Extreme Time Cheaters on the TLC Network featuring STV residents

(Courtesy of TLC)

(Courtesy of TLC)


Ken Taylor and Barby Ingle, residents of San Tan Valley, will be featured in an upcoming pilot of the television show “Extreme Time Cheaters” on TLC Network. The show will air at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 30.

“Some people will do anything to save time. Time cheaters go to extreme measures to shave seconds off their daily routines. From doing the dishes while showering, to body waxing at work, they all go to extreme lengths to make every second count,” according to a press release from TLC.

The married San Tan Valley couple share their life as caregiver and pain patient who cheat time to get the best experience from each life moment. They share their ideas for doctor visits, painting toenails in a flash, multitasking and throwing a party with efficiency. This super couple puts a human face on organizing life and shows viewers how to achieve the maximum goodness while having a whole lot of fun.

Mr. Taylor and Ms. Ingle are chronic pain educators, patient advocate, and members of the board of directors for the Power of Pain Foundation. They are also motivational speakers and authors on pain topics.

Ms. Ingle has been a pain patient since developing endometriosis in 1997, and reflex sympathetic dystrophy in 2002.

The local show premiere party will take place 6:30-8:30 p.m. Dec. 30 at R.T. O’Sullivan’s Sports Grill, 1610 S. Stapley Drive in Mesa. The show’s cast, including Mr. Taylor and Ms. Ingle, will be present, according to the release.

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