Spaceman's Transmissions (Ambient Music Podcast)
Dear listeners, I have a tale for you!! It was one of the best/worst thing to happen to me delivered by our sweet Mother Nature. I had been planning a camping trip for 1 whole year with a high school buddy (who only knows me only as a metalhead, shhhhhh......). He had never been to the mid-west, in any place like South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, or Idaho. I had, but for work-related travel, which was a soul sucking endeavor and left me devoid of any potentially wonderful life altering experiences. Our plan went from imagining to planning, and would take us to The Badlands, Custer State Park, Mount Rushmore, the Black Hills, Devil's Tower, Bighorn National Forest, Yellowstone Park, and beyond. It was going to be fantastic. I bulked up some snivel camping gear and I was ready. Imagine that: me, a sissy novice camper, eating barbaric foods over a fire and having a flexible agenda while listening to nature at night in a tiny tent. What could go wrong? We didn't bother to plan more than a day in advance, just in case we liked something so much we decided to explore it more. How exciting!! The first day after flying into Rapid City, SD was the Badlands. We hiked all over it, went places where we probably should not have (including into a buffalo field about a mile's walk from our car, how very wise) and spent about 12 hours there. It was blissful! That night, we set up camp at a very basic campsite. I was awoken in the morning at about 2:30 to hear some distant thunder and some very light sprinkling that lasted about 30 minutes. Perfect. In the morning, the sweet breezes dried everything flawlessly. This is how it is all going to be. Or so I thought. After another few days, we were succeeding, and confident. Nothing could defeat us! On the 3rd night, we set up camp at a popular chain camping place with great amenities and were nice and comfortable. We didn't even bother to see if it was going to rain. Like I said before, what could go wrong? Well, yeah, dear listener, I found out how wrong it could really go for us. I was awoken that night at around 1:30, and there was a torrential downpour above us. Not only that, it sounded as though the wind was whipping at about 300 miles per hour, and massive hailstones were pummeling my tent. There were flashes of lightning that seemed like a thousand suns happening every 10 seconds and thunderclaps with deafening roars. Not gonna lie, I was extremely petrified. I could hear by buddy sneezing non-stop in his tent during it all (we were under pine trees, he has a very bad allergy) that multiplied my fear because I knew that the end is near! It lasted for 2 hours, and I buried my head within my sleeping bag and wondering why I thought that it was wise to sleep under a lightning rod, uh, I mean a tree, and planning my escape to the car at a moment's notice if needed. Dear listeners, I was relegated to the fetal position and turning back into the sissy camper that I really was. I was indeed back at square one. When we woke in the morning, we had to carefully pack (after shaking out) all of our drenched gear and drove 5 hours to a hotel that was gracious enough to permit usage of a private room in which to completely dry out our gear. Dear listener, I made promise to Mother Nature that I would use my fortune of survival against the elements to create a session in the volume of the Camping Under The Stars series. I could only happily oblige. Even though Mother Nature can be comforting and offer serenity and peace, she also exists to put us in our places. She provides a balance of awareness, and offers us sanctuary. Remain cognizant of her beauty and power, respect her intentions, use this session to overcome your challenges, and invigorate your senses with monumental breakthroughs. Make the time to exercise your new mental awareness and gain a new appreciation and respect for Mother Nature in all of her beauty. Shameless plug time!! The very last song is an original song of mine that will be released on an upcoming album (waiting on one last song to be mastered). You can find my music at https://www.tonepoet-music.com Another very last thing, I did record a few sounds from this crazy camping trip and posted them to the app White Noise (I'm not affiliated with them, and I'm not endorsing anything, I just use the app). You can find those sounds HERE. Turn on, tune in, sleep... https://www.tonepoet-music.com https://www.facebook.com/tonepoetmusic TRACK LISTING “In Tents” by Tonedude from I'm A Dude (Start Time: 00:00) “Oceannaire Pragmatist” by ambalek from Lull (Start Time: 00:16) “Rainbow Bridge” by Cliffdiver from Cliffdiver (Start Time: 04:02) “Benevolent Whirlpool of Stars” by Florigenix from Wild Light (Start Time: 10:14) “Generative Curriculum (Excerpt)” by Orbital Patterns from Imposter Syndrome (Start Time: 14:17) “The Long Journey Home” by Realm from Ambient Online Compilation Volume 14 (Start Time: 16:18) “No Agenda (Instrumental)” by Hammock from Chasing After Shadows...Living With The Ghosts (Start Time: 20:57) “Durga (Featuring The Corrupting Sea)” by Aura Gaze from Great Moon Essence (Start Time: 25:37) “Flying High” by Brother Saturn from Music for Sleep (Start Time: 29:03) “A2. Profumo Di Nebbia” by Carlo Giustini from Colla (Double Album) (Start Time: 33:16) “Air and Salt” by Idra from Duet (Start Time: 37:19) “Viola” by Igor Yalivec from Still Life (Start Time: 39:36) “Godspeed, Little Doodle (Excerpt)” by Marta Mist from Eyes Like Pools (Start Time: 43:47) “Home Movies” by Radical Face from Missing Film (Start Time: 45:08) “Layered Sun” by William St Hugh from Anomaly (Start Time: 47:57) “Infinite Portals” by Jörgen Kjellgren from Hollawood (Start Time: 50:07) “Beam Me Up. We Are Free To Go” by Kosmorama from Kosmorama (Start Time: 53:05) “...And the Sun Smiled at the Horizon, Bringing Us Joy!” by Tonepoet from Bloom (Start Time: 56:48)
LanguaTalk Spanish: Learn Spanish through conversation
Jesús and Rocío have good news and want to share it with all of you...they have moved to Budapest! Why have they moved to Hungary? Was it an easy or a difficult process? What do they think of the city, the food, the language…? Listen to all this and much more in this episode.This podcast is perfect for learning Spanish if you have a basic or intermediate level (A2 to B2).You can read an interactive transcript (which highlights the words as they're spoken) and see translations of key vocab from the episode via https://languatalk.com/blog/podcast?via=spanishpodWant to improve your speaking skills too? Book a trial session with a talented Spanish tutor here: https://languatalk.com/spanish-tutors-online?via=spanishpod
In this episode, Morgan chats with Joe Carr, founder and President of Serenity Kids, about his adult autism diagnosis and why he adopted a Paleo diet. Serenity Kids produces nutrient-dense baby food made with organic vegetables, high-quality oils, and pasture-raised meats from small family farms. Find out what inspired Joe to create Serenity Kids, how their grass-fed A2 formula works for babies with digestive issues, and how his experience with the Paleo lifestyle changed the way he feeds his family. Plus, use code PRIMALKITCHEN for 15% off your first order at myserenitykids.com!
Let's continue our magic reading)!Продолжаем шестой сезон
Today we have Jessie on the podcast and before we dive in, let's hear her response to a couple rapid-fire questions: Q1. What was the first thing you did this morning?A1. Besides getting up to pee... haha. I tongue scrape.Q2. What is your go-to Karaoke anthem?A2. Shania Twain - I grew up on her!Q3. If you could eat one food every day, what would it be?A2. Pizza!Now, let's dive into the episode! Jessie is a holistic fitness coach and certified personal trainer. She helps entrepreneurial women prioritize their health by working with their bodies instead of against them. She got into this work through her own journey in this space.Jessie describes holistic health as widening the lens and creating a larger perspective. It's important to not just look at exercise and nutrition - these things are so customized to each individual. To start she shares that mindset is the key. If you want to change habits, you have to accept that change is uncomfortable.Next, blood sugar regulation is so important. Consistent glucose spikes can lead to so many unwanted things within our bodies. Some of the red flags that might come up when we're heading down a path that doesn't serve us physically, emotionally, etc. might be if you aren't being validated in how you are feeling. Just because we try to normalize things doesn't mean it's supposed to happen. When we become aware of something we can make a change. We need to remember that we permanently live in our bodies and we have to advocate for ourselves - it's important to be heard and understood even by someone in a professional field. The difference between men and women is something we cover because so often we lump them together. The male hormonal cycle is 24 hours long, but for women, we have a 28-day cycle. Jessie goes into each phase of our cycle and how each of them works and what happens within our body during each phase.One of the key takeaways is that we need to honor our body in each cycle and that might mean slowing down and allowing ourselves to rest. While other times we might feel more creative and social. Going to the gym and doing the same workout every day isn't necessarily what is best.There are ways to track your phases, besides just your menstrual phase aka when we bleed. Jessie describes what we can physically look for in order to help us track and stay in tune with our bodies. She recommends using In the Flo app to track. Our bodies can tell us so much when we lean in.A lot of women think the only way to avoid pregnancy or heal symptoms they are experiencing is with birth control but Jessies explains the other options we can take that empower us to be in control should you decide birth control is not for you.Jessie shares how important nutrition is to supporting our hormone health and how making changes there can actually help us heal from the inside. This episode touched on so much and we will definitely have Jessie back on future episodes! You can connect with her using the links below.Swoleistic™ Coaching Applicationhttps://bit.ly/swoleisticappThe Swoleistic™ Show on Applehttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-swoleistic-show-with-jessie-lockhart/id1644989514FREE Swoleistic™ Cycle Syncing Workout Guidehttps://bit.ly/swoleisticworkoutguideThe Swoleistic™ Collective Facebook Grouphttps://bit.ly/swoleisticfbgroupMy Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/msjessielockhartSlate Milk: Use code Michaela10
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Learn from Mark Westguard, founder of WS Form, a powerful, next-generation WordPress form plugin. Mark and Cory discuss how AI is starting to integrate into the world of WordPress and how the WP Form software is leveraging its power. Top Takeaways:Harnessing the Power of Open AI. The possibilities are endless with the revolution of AI as an open-source tool. Making the most of its capabilities allows WordPress users to create more intuitive and integrated content, like better fields and options in WordPress forms.Create, Edit, Moderate. AI should be seen as an assistant working alongside you to help generate your content. You're still essential in the creation process, and it's important not to rely on AI 100% for accuracy. You can get creative prompts, edit for grammar or spelling and generate unique images, but moderating that content is essential.The Future is All-in-One AI Integrated Tools. Limiting time spent running around to different AI software is good for business. So how can that be accomplished? By integrating the AI capabilities into WordPress tools, where everything you need is in one place. These are the things we look forward to in WordPress software and plugins
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Celina Furman and Chris Walker are two of my favorite jumpers to hang with and talk all things jump rope. I've done separate podcasts with Celina and Chris individually, but I thought it would be fun to have them both on together, and it was indeed a blast!Celina is a lifelong competitive and performance jump roper, with an extensive history in the sport. She also was a founding member of the A2 jump rope club at the University of Michigan. Chris is a jump rope coach and owner of the Jump Rope Company, making some of the best ropes out there. He's always doing work to support the growth of adult recreational jump ropeThis is a fun episode because Celina comes from the competitive sport side of jump rope, and Chris comes from the adult recreational side, which made for a VERY fun, mixed conversation. We get into a lot in this episode including defining what a jump rope coach is, the differences between coaching and giving tips, undoing bad jump rope habits, whether or not jump rope is bad for your knees, the best surfaces to jump on, a brief history of how long jump rope skills have been around and where their names came from, the reason why we don't need new names for these skills, how to use social media to help your jump rope journey, and a lot more!New to jump rope and want to get started correctly with everything you need? Sign up for my FREE beginner program:natekg.com/kickstartIf you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to spread the sport of jump rope! I also love reading the reviews! For show notes and past guests, please visit natekg.com/jump-rope-blog. Check out everything new I'm doing (tutorials, email newsletter, combos, etc.) at natekg.com/new. Discover Nate's jump rope coaching programs: natekg.com/coaching. Follow Nate: Instagram: instagram.com/nate_kg YouTube: youtube.com/CoachNateKG Facebook: facebook.com/natekg
Trevor McCue senior editor from the M&BR joins the show. The Michigan basketball game tomorrow night against Indiana is our lead topic. Will UM beat IU? What are the Wolverines tourney chancess? We discuss the news in football of Michigan and Texas playing in Ann Arbor in '24. Who will be the starting QB's in that game? It's never too early for a UM football spring football preview. McCue previews position battles, players that will make a big jump & notes on QB's on and not on the UM football roster. We wrap things up with NIL talk. Breakdown Terrance Williams II 00:00-:30 Open :31-2:11 Michigan vs Indiana 2:12-11:56 Michigan Texas in A2 in '24 11:57-16:53 Starting QB's or UM & UT in '24 16:54-20:35 Early Spring Football preview position battles 20:36-27:28 Biggest jump from young players & Woodson wiskley 27:29-31:05 QB recruiting & backup QB's 31:06-41:55
Rádio Comercial - Momentos da Manhã
A Vera está sem voz! O Vasco faz tudo, salvo seja! O chá da Vera foi parar à A1, à A8 e à A2. A Vera parece quem? Ana Moura? Bryan Adams? 4 cafés por dia: sim ou não? Lavar o chão sempre no mesmo dia? Chichi no teto!
I'm back)! Let's get SEASON 6 started! Начинаем шестой сезон
Let's hear a line-by-line translation of the dialogue from lesson 14, and then practice with a Q&A. At the end of the lesson, I suggest that you can practice answering the questions yourself, and can even send me your answers -- either written (pinyin or Chinese characters) or, better yet, as a recording of yourself speaking! Don't be afraid of making mistakes, and if you want to copy part or even all of A-Ming's answers as your own, that is fine! When learning a language, imitation is golden. Lesson Outline: [00:21] Introduction [01:46] Translation of the dialogue [10:17] Questions and answers with A-Ming Scroll down for: Dialogue transcript (Chinese characters) Dialogue transcript (w/ pinyin and translation) Questions and answers (Chinese characters) Questions and answers (w/ pinyin and translation) Dialogue transcript (Chinese characters only): 阿明：哈囉！有人嗎？ 康太太：喔，這麼早就回來！ 小李：現在不是七點嗎？ 康太太：可是我女兒還沒下班呢！ 莉莉：媽媽，我在這裡！ 康太太：嚇死我了！莉莉！你什麼時候進來我都不知道！ 莉莉：我今天坐計程車回家，比較快。 康太太：是喔，我都沒聽到你進來的聲音。 莉莉：所以這個是你說的那個外國朋友嗎？你好。 康太太：啊對！欸你叫什麼名字？我不記得了！ 小李：你好，我叫小李，我住在隔壁。這個是我朋友阿明。 阿明：你好。 莉莉：你好，你好。 康太太：啊這個小李還沒結婚！你要不要跟他約會？ 莉莉：媽！不要亂講！不好意思，她年紀大了，講話比較直接。 小李：沒事，沒事。謝謝你邀請我們來你家。好香！ 康太太：沒有！我做得很簡單。炒蘑菇、竹筍、青菜、雞湯、清蒸魚、豬腳、白飯，就這樣而已！ 阿明：這麼多！ 康太太：還好啦！ 莉莉：媽，你這樣太辛苦了！你不用煮這麼多！ 康太太：還好啦！有客人，當然要準備多一點啊！來，請坐。東西快好了。 Dialogue transcript (w/ pinyin and translation): 阿明：哈囉！有人嗎？ Hello! Is anyone here? Hā luō! Yǒurén ma? 康太太：喔，這麼早就回來！ Oh! You're back so early! Ō, zhème zǎo jiù huílái! 小李：現在不是七點嗎？ Isn't it seven o'clock now? Xiànzài bùshì qī diǎn ma? 康太太：可是我女兒還沒下班呢！ But my daughter hasn't gotten off work yet! Kěshì wǒ nǚ'ér hái méi xiàbān ne! 莉莉：媽媽，我在這裡！ Mom, I'm here! Māmā, wǒ zài zhèlǐ! 康太太：嚇死我了！莉莉！你什麼時候進來我都不知道！ You scared me to death! Lili! I don't even know when you came in! Xià sǐ wǒle! Lìlì! Nǐ shénme shíhòu jìnlái wǒ dōu bù zhīdào! 莉莉：我今天坐計程車回家，比較快。 I took a taxi home today, it's faster. Wǒ jīntiān zuò jìchéngchē huí jiā, bǐjiào kuài. 康太太：是喔，我都沒聽到你進來的聲音。 Oh. I didn't even hear you come in. Shì ō, wǒ dōu méi tīngdào nǐ jìnlái de shēngyīn. 莉莉：所以這個是你說的那個外國朋友嗎？你好。 So, is this the foreign friend you mentioned? Hi. Suǒyǐ zhège shì nǐ shuō de nàgè wàiguó péngyǒu ma? Nǐ hǎo. 康太太：啊對！欸你叫什麼名字？我不記得了！ Oh right! Hey, what's your name? I don't remember! A duì! Ēi nǐ jiào shénme míngzì? Wǒ bù jìdéle! 小李：你好，我叫小李，我住在隔壁。這個是我朋友阿明。 Hi, I'm Xiao Li. I live next door. This is my friend, A-Ming. Nǐ hǎo, wǒ jiào xiǎo lǐ, wǒ zhù zài gébì. Zhège shì wǒ péngyǒu ā míng. 阿明：你好。 Hi. Nǐ hǎo. 莉莉：你好，你好。 Hi. Hi. Nǐ hǎo, nǐ hǎo. 康太太：啊這個小李還沒結婚！你要不要跟他約會？ Oh this Xiao Li isn't married yet! Why don't you go on a date with him? A zhège xiǎo lǐ hái méi jiéhūn! Nǐ yào bùyào gēn tā yuēhuì? 莉莉：媽！不要亂講！不好意思，她年紀大了，講話比較直接。 Mom! Don't talk nonsense. Sorry, she's old, she speaks a little directly. Mā! Bùyào luàn jiǎng! Bù hǎoyìsi, tā niánjì dàle, jiǎnghuà bǐjiào zhíjiē. 小李：沒事，沒事。謝謝你邀請我們來你家。好香！ No worries, no worries. Thanks for inviting us to your house. It smells great! Méishì, méishì. Xièxiè nǐ yāoqǐng wǒmen lái nǐ jiā. Hǎo xiāng! 康太太：沒有！我做得很簡單。炒蘑菇、竹筍、青菜、雞湯、清蒸魚、豬腳、白飯，就這樣而已！ No it doesn't! I made it very simply. Stir-fried mushrooms, bamboo shoots, green vegetables, chicken soup, steamed fish, pig's feet, white rice, that's all! Méiyǒu! Wǒ zuò de hěn jiǎndān. Chǎo mógū, zhúsǔn, qīngcài, jītāng, qīngzhēng yú, zhū jiǎo, báifàn, jiù zhèyàng éryǐ! 阿明：這麼多！ So much! Zhème duō! 康太太：還好啦！ Nah… Hái hǎo la! 莉莉：媽，你這樣太辛苦了！你不用煮這麼多！ Mom, you're working too hard! You don't have to cook so much! Mā, nǐ zhèyàng tài xīnkǔle! Nǐ bùyòng zhǔ zhème duō! 康太太：還好啦！有客人，當然要準備多一點啊！來，請坐。東西快好了。 Nah… when there are guests, of course you should prepare a little more! Come, please sit. It's almost ready. Hái hǎo la! Yǒu kèrén, dāngrán yào zhǔnbèi duō yīdiǎn a! Lái, qǐng zuò. Dōngxī kuài hǎole. Questions and answers (Chinese characters only): (Q1) 問題：在你的國家，坐計程車很貴嗎？ (A1) 阿明：還好，在台北剛上車要七十塊。從A到B，要差不多一到兩百塊吧。 (Q2) 問題：你結婚了嗎？ (A2) 阿明：呵呵… 還沒。為什麼這樣問？ (Q3) 問題：你上次約會的時候，你去了哪裡？ (A3) 阿明：我上次約會… 我們去山上騎腳踏車！ (Q4) 問題：在你的國家，學生很辛苦嗎？ (A4) 阿明：非常辛苦！我小時候每一天八點就要上課，下午五點才下課，晚上還要去補習班！ (Q5) 問題：你會煮飯嗎？你最會煮什麼？ (A5) 阿明：呃… 我會煮泡麵！ (Q6) 問題：你會邀請朋友來你家吃飯嗎？ (A6) 阿明：來我家吃泡麵嗎？去外面吃比較好吧。 Questions and answers (w/ pinyin and translation): (Q1) 問題：在你的國家，坐計程車很貴嗎？ Zài nǐ de guójiā, zuò jìchéngchē hěn guì ma? In your country, is taking a taxi expensive? (A1) 阿明：還好，在台北剛上車要七十塊。從A到B，要差不多一到兩百塊吧。 Hái hǎo, zài táiběi gāng shàng chē yào qīshí kuài. Cóng A dào B, yào chàbùduō yī dào liǎng bǎi kuài ba. Not really, in Taipei just after getting in the car it's 70 kuai. From A to B, it's around one to two hundred, I guess. (Q2) 問題：你結婚了嗎？ Nǐ jiéhūnle ma? Are you married? (A2) 阿明：呵呵… 還沒。為什麼這樣問？ Hēhē… hái méi. Wèishéme zhèyàng wèn? Heh heh... not yet. Why do you ask? (Q3) 問題：你上次約會的時候，你去了哪裡？ Nǐ shàng cì yuēhuì de shíhòu, nǐ qùle nǎlǐ? Last time you had a date, where did you go? (A3) 阿明：我上次約會… 我們去山上騎腳踏車！ Wǒ shàng cì yuēhuì… wǒmen qù shānshàng qí jiǎotàchē! Last time I had a date... we went to the mountains to ride bikes! (Q4) 問題：在你的國家，學生很辛苦嗎？ Zài nǐ de guójiā, xuéshēng hěn xīnkǔ ma? In your country, are students xīnkǔ (exhausted / arduous / tired / working hard)? (A4) 阿明：非常辛苦！我小時候每一天八點就要上課，下午五點才下課，晚上還要去補習班！ Fēicháng xīnkǔ! Wǒ xiǎoshíhòu měi yītiān bā diǎn jiù yào shàngkè, xiàwǔ wǔ diǎn cái xiàkè, wǎnshàng hái yào qù bǔxí bān! Extremely xīnkǔ! When I was a kid, I had to start class every day at eight, and only got out of class at five in the afternoon. In the evening I also had to go to cram school! (Q5) 問題：你會煮飯嗎？你最會煮什麼？ Nǐ huì zhǔ fàn ma? Nǐ zuì huì zhǔ shénme? Can you cook? What are you best at making? (A5) 阿明：呃… 我會煮泡麵！ È… wǒ huì zhǔ pào miàn! Uh... I can make instant noodles! (Q6) 問題：你會邀請朋友來你家吃飯嗎？ Nǐ huì yāoqǐng péngyǒu lái nǐ jiā chīfàn ma? Do you ever invite friends to come to your house to eat? (A6) 阿明：來我家吃泡麵嗎？去外面吃比較好吧。 Lái wǒjiā chī pào miàn ma? Qù wàimiàn chī bǐjiào hǎo ba. Come to my house to eat instant noodles? Going outside to eat is better, I think. Thanks for listening? Want to support the podcast? ★ Support this podcast ★
Another epic weekend of racing but life continues to fly by. I breakdown each and every class from A2, and dive into some thoughts from Ryno himself about your will on the bike over talent.
翻电和其他podcast有明显的区别，首先体现在翻电不是一个单集独立结构的电台，而是一个专题化的电台。不仅如此，翻电也可能是唯一提供keynote配合收听的电台，那么翻电有哪些专题呢？我们就来做个大梳理！ 翻电keynote和地图的下载：flipradio.3adisk.com 以下专题最方便都可以在网易云找到播单收听。 内容包括： A 翻电SPECIAL&翻电问答合集 05:09 A1 参与公共的勇气和能力 08:35 翻电问答 • 35 | 公共正义中的“重要性感受” 翻电问答‧55 | 致郁性环境如何做好内心自我建设？ 翻电 Special 三年后，公共舆论在谣言潮一败涂地 VOL.107 翻电 Special 为了更有效的讨论，练习对 “尺度” 的熟练 VOL.101 翻电 Special 俄乌的撕裂及因此国内舆论的再次撕裂 VOL.82 翻电 Special 言论对立纷繁，你怎么知道你相信的是对的？ VOL.76 翻电 Special 婚外情索要分手费是敲诈勒索吗？ VOL.46 翻电问答‧76 | 为什么 “良好生活不再可能”？ A2 商业资本的理性和情操 21:10 翻电问答‧59 | 企业与社会碰撞，企业责任为何？为何负责？ 翻电问答‧69 | 哈耶克逝世 30 周年谈电商是否比芯片贡献低 翻电问答‧6 | 商业需要遵循道德吗？商业必然违背道德吗？ 翻电问答‧2 | 如何看待外卖行业和我们的责任？ 翻电 Special 996: 不仅是道德问题 VOL.04 翻电 Special 腾讯 99 公益：技术、社会、政治的交汇 VOL.66 翻电问答‧53 | 翻电不就是事后付费吗？也是知识付费啊 翻电 2.0Special 在恐惧年代聚焦概念 “自由主义” VOL.25 A3 亲密关系的疑惧和信望 31:40 翻电问答‧8 | 来吧，你们最关心的那个问题，亲密关系 翻电问答‧51 | 婚姻制度必然消亡吗？它是一种父权制工具吗？ 翻电问答‧52 | 亲密关系为何如此脆弱？这是一种不可解决的脆弱吗？ 翻电问答‧42 | 网络劝分，对生活崩溃的想象力 翻电问答‧12 | 春节将临，再谈源生家庭 翻电问答‧38 | 父母子女关系必然是利益关系吗？ 翻电问答‧63 | 性可以脱离道德判断自由交换吗？ 翻电问答‧23 | 追求一个人还值得吗？ A4 志业选择的意义和实现 37:12 翻电问答‧47 | 择业中屈服于现实，我们是否得偿所愿？ 翻电问答 • 20 | 个人选择从来不仅仅关乎自己 翻电问答‧19 | 应该成为多才多艺的人吗？ 翻电问答‧61 | 请不断轻看 “精神探索” 和 “精神世界 “的价值 翻电问答‧62 | 不困于生活需要 “方向” 的隐喻，生活需要平滑改变 翻电问答‧62 续 | 重要补充：做事的真正挑战和视角转变 翻电问答‧33 | 教育体系与丛林法则三观 翻电问答‧57 | 后精英教育时代的方向思考 翻电问答‧37 | 如何开始属于自己的项目 (podcast、公众号、小组…) 翻电 Special 获得人生意义：一个拼图游戏的比喻 VOL.39 A5 平等公正的狂热和歧途 44:30 翻电 Special 永居权与 AO3 风波，我们与时事的关系 VOL.19 翻电 Special 人格平权，还是实际的功利 | 一次关于平权的调查 VOL.28 翻电 Special 清华学姐事件，正义的语境和难度 VOL.36 翻电问答‧68 | 如何对待法律以外难以惩罚的罪 翻电问答‧3 | 如何看待圣母和政治正确讽刺？ 翻电 Special KanyeWest 的疯言疯语投入我们精疲力竭的生活 VOL.102 翻电 Special 如何应对观网式网络暴力 VOL.55 翻电 Special 请想一个不可饶恕必须重罚的人（群） VOL.67 翻电问答‧13 | 关于死刑的道理和直觉 翻电问答‧70 | 同理心可以解释致郁的舆论吗？面对一个难问题 A6 真实世界的翻电式演绎 49:56 翻电 Special 美国最高院禁止堕胎？到底发生了什么？ VOL.88 翻电 Special 反 A 不反 B？帝国主义与战争 VOL.83 翻电 Special 从盲山到怒江，同理心与正义感的事实根基 VOL.81 翻电 Special 重刑不绝，商议罗翔主张提高收买被拐妇女儿童刑罚文章 VOL.80 翻电 Special 江歌案再起进展，我们对受害人的残忍还要多久？ VOL.74 翻电 Special 流浪地球现象与文化霸权（葛兰西） VOL.02 翻电问答‧60 | 动物虐待，动物保护立法难？一个社会共识的动力探究 翻电问答‧72 | 养猫养狗这事儿能严肃到什么地步？ 翻电问答‧73 | 动保激进主义，回复创纪录 4 万字评论区 A7 知识理论的偏狭与暴力 53:57 翻电 Special 暴力，语言的暴力，思考的暴力 VOL.40 翻电问答‧41 | 我的困境是因为我道德水平太高或别人道德水平太低吗？ 翻电问答‧27 | 翻电是哲学电台吗？反思的危险和懒惰 翻电 Special 从农民工读哲学，看我们对哲学的期待 VOL.69 翻电 Special 相对主义的贫困 VOL.14 翻电问答‧43 | PETA、百度戒色吧... 极端主张为何能被人接受 翻电问答‧74 | 翻电为何 25 禁？理解的身体与经验门槛 翻电 Special 互联网道理争辩的面相学 VOL.37 A8 城市机器的铁幕与缝隙 01:00:00 翻电问答‧30 | 道理能解决消费主义和死的欲望？ 翻电问答‧50 | 城市人情淡漠，就靠契约和个人自足不行吗？ 翻电问答 • 56 | 生育与躺平，群己界限如何划定？ 翻电问答‧34 | 人是注定孤独的吗？ 翻电问答‧11 | 为何很难真正融入一座城市？ 翻电Special 如果春节迎来大结局，我们的精神如何安放？ feat.雍福会•碎片谈 VOL.108 翻电 Special 手机：私领域的消失及其所有意义 feat. 雍福会‧碎片谈 VOL.106 翻电问答‧17 | 专业信赖与反智的社会？ 翻电 Special 旅行（壮游）、流动和主体性，再谈知识愚蠢 VOL.09 B 三巨头专题 01:04:09 B1 翻电2.0 - 第一章 现代世界开始 18期 - 第二章 语言何以可能 23期 - 第三章 我们如何不同 36期 - 马上第四章要开始了 现代精神危机 B2 FF30 9期 B3 个人主义与平民社会 31期 C 翻电小专题 01:15:10 十大哉问/精神工作在现代/将中国历史还给世界/《会饮篇》/欧洲近代历史与思想/神话与religious/复杂性/行为经济学/媒介与传播/翻电语文课/ 均可用 关键词搜索 找到 希望今天的内容能够让你更方便地收听翻转电台。 [ 欢迎在Patreon和爱发电支持翻转电台 ] 如果你过去有在Patreon支持其他项目的经验，优先推荐使用Patreon，因为其有按月订阅的制度： https://www.patreon.com/flipradio 如果你从来没有在Patreon支持其他项目的经验，可以在爱发电： https://afdian.net/@flipradio 感谢大家对翻转电台的支持。大家要记得敢于去相信。并敢于分享你的相信。
Jett Lawrence had him self a super eventful Triple Crown at Anaheim 2 and we have him on to talk about those struggles, donuts, being annoyed by getting interviewed after finishing 3rd and lots more. Levi Kitchen got the overall win at the A2 Triple Crown and we have the charismatic whippersnapper on to talk about it and his goals moving forward. Phil NEARLY won a Moto at Anaheim 2 but he just couldn't hold it on for 3 more laps. He rode well and joins us to talk about it. Chase Sexton had some very rough moments during the races at A2 but in the end, he secured his first win of the season. He joins us to talk about the exciting night and his second 450 SX win. Daniel Blair and Darkside are in studio!
Dylan Woodcock is our guest on the SMX Review Show, fresh from his ride at A2.
Returning to Team PRMX for 2023, Cade Clason looks to build off of a successful 2023 to drop his national number for 2024 and achieve more personal bests. A rocky rough and tumble start to the year was set in the right direction by making his first mains in A2’s triple crown format. Looking to […]
Show 109, Trent is back for the first time in 2023 with in-studio co-host Kaleb Barham to talk about round 3 of the Monster Energy AMA Supercross from A2 the Triple Crown. The boys then chat with the newly signed Brisbane Motorcycles rider Dean Ferris to talk about his return to racing, the program for 2023, and some old training stories with KJ. Kyle Webster also joins the boys in the show after his dominant ride at the AMX Open in Wonthaggi, and of course Trent is in his element with "his guy". motolimited.au go and get the new merch now. www.serco.com.au fisthandwear.com.au FLY Racing mpesuspension.com.au linkint.com.au qb4.com.au @t.maher83 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/motolimited/message
Michigan basketball drops a five point decision to Purdue in Ann Arbor last night. Looking ahead to next year for UM QB JJ McCarthy. #umichbball #umichfootball #michiganbasketball #michiganfootball #goblue #jjmccarthy Juwan Howard 2:00 Michigan Purdeu 2:01-8:50 Positives for UM basketball 8:51-14:35 JJ McCarthy numbers 14:36-22:28 Feedback on JJ: Heisman, predictions for JJ, Gattis, JJ draft & JJ's wr's. 22:29-42:30 Good energy in A2 last night 42:31-49:00
In this episode the tables are turned on me. My friend and mentor Adam Harris of www.frankandfearless.com interviews me about the entrepreneurs journey and gathers a deep insight into the typical struggles, trials and tribulations of the day to day operations of the small business owner trying to have a massive impact on the world. You will relate to this one and gain perhaps many insights for your own career path be it as your own business team leader/director or as part of a business team. Values, missions, world impact goals, team building, taking on risk, stress and resilience these are just a few of the topics we cover in this interview. We talk about the importance of having a team and having the right bums on the right seats. Why the visionary in the business needs an integrator - a robin to their batman so to speak. If you want to do a deep dive into your own career path journey then listening to the struggles and triumphs of someone in the midst of it can be a helpful reflecting mirror for you and learning some of the strategies we can use to grow and succeed in any challenge we face. About Adam Harris Adam is the managing director, board and leadership team as well as aspiring leader who want to climb the corporate ladder. He help them his team achieve greater results, their businesses and themselves. How? By taking them from where they are to where they want to get to. Adam do that not by answering their questions, but by questioning their questions. By being Frank and Fearless. He ask tough questions and encourage clients to say what they really think. Create space to enable them to stop, pause and reflect. Out of that space comes clarity and real opportunities for growth. He also help clients do incredible things and understand that good and bad things happen. Life goes on regardless. For him, what matters is the perspective and how you react to the shit that happens to you. What you get out of life depends on how you navigate your way through it. If you want to know more about my Frank and Fearless journey, click here. Health Optimisation Consulting with Lisa Are you struggling with a health issue and need someone who looks outside the square and someone connected to some of the greatest science and health minds in the world? Then reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, we can jump on a call to see if we are a good fit for you or visit Lisa's Health Consulting If you have a big challenge ahead, are dealing with adversity or want to take your performance to the next level and want to learn how to increase your mental toughness, emotional resilience, foundational health, and more, contact us at email@example.com. Order Lisa's Books My latest book Relentless chronicles the inspiring journey about how my mother and I defied the odds after an aneurysm left my mum Isobel with massive brain damage at age 74. The medical professionals told me there was absolutely no hope of any quality of life again. Still, I used every mindset tool, years of research and incredible tenacity to prove them wrong and bring my mother back to full health within three years. Get your copy here: https://shop.lisatamati.com/collections/books/products/relentless. Lisa's Anti-Ageing and Longevity Supplements Lisa's full range of anti-aging, longevity and health optimisation supplements curated by Lisa herself working with some of the best supplement producers in the world. https://shop.lisatamati.com/ NMN: Nicotinamide Mononucleotide, an NAD+ precursor Feel Healthier and Younger* Researchers have found that Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide or NAD+, a master regulator of metabolism and a molecule essential for the functionality of all human cells, decreases dramatically over time. What is NMN? NMN Bio offers a cutting edge Vitamin B3 derivative named NMN (beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) that can boost the levels of NAD+ in muscle tissue and liver. Take charge of your energy levels, focus, metabolism and overall health so you can live a happy, fulfilling life. Founded by scientists, NMN Bio offers supplements of the highest purity and rigorously tested by an independent, third-party lab. Start your cellular rejuvenation journey today. Support Your Healthy Ageing We offer powerful third-party tested NAD+ boosting supplements so you can start your healthy ageing journey today. Shop now: https://nmnbio.nz/collections/all NMN (beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) 250mg | 30 capsules NMN (beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) 500mg | 30 capsules 6 Bottles | NMN (beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) 250mg | 30 Capsules 6 Bottles | NMN (beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) 500mg | 30 Capsules Quality You Can Trust — NMN Our premium range of anti-ageing nutraceuticals (supplements that combine Mother Nature with cutting edge science) combats the effects of aging while designed to boost NAD+ levels. Manufactured in an ISO9001 certified facility Boost Your NAD+ Levels — Healthy Ageing: Redefined Cellular Health Energy & Focus Bone Density Skin Elasticity DNA Repair Cardiovascular Health Brain Health Metabolic Health Perfect Amino Supplement by Dr David Minkoff Introducing PerfectAmino PerfectAmino is an amino acid supplement that is 99% utilized by the body to make protein. PerfectAmino is 3-6x the protein of other sources with almost no calories. 100% vegan and non-GMO. The coated PerfectAmino tablets are a slightly different shape and have a natural, non-GMO, certified organic vegan coating on them so they will glide down your throat easily. Fully absorbed within 20-30 minutes! No other form of protein comes close to PerfectAminos Ketone-IQ Get your fuel from ketones. Ketones are nature's superfuel, proven to support energy, focus, endurance, and more. Developed alongside the U.S. military and top universities, Ketone-IQ™ delivers all those benefits in one drink. No caffeine, no sugar—just clean, on-demand energy for superior physical and cognitive performance. You can read about it here and https://shop.lisatamati.com/products/ketone-iq%E2%84%A2?_pos=2&_sid=727714231&_ss=r My ‘Fierce' Sports Jewellery Collection For my gorgeous and inspiring sports jewellery collection, 'Fierce', go to https://shop.lisatamati.com/collections/lisa-tamati-bespoke-jewellery-collection. Resources Gain exclusive access and bonuses to Pushing the Limits Podcast by becoming a patron! You can also connect with Matty on his Website YOUR DNA 360 REPORT + ONE-ON-ONE CONSULTATION Enjoyed This Podcast? If you did, subscribe and share it with your friends! Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning in, then leave us a review. You can also share this with your family and friends so they can discover the benefits of an infrared sauna. Have any questions? 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I share the thoughts of a Harley Davidson and Royal Enfield owner- what would they pick?And what's the best way to navigate picking an A2 motorbike?Find me on:Instagram: www.instagram.com/freedom_machines_podcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/freedommachinespodcast/YouTube: www.youtube.com/@freddiedobbs Web: www.freddiedobbs.com Got a question or story to share? email@example.com
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This week on "Pushing the Limits" I have Clinical Educator from Precision Analytical Dr Kelly Ruef to guest. Over the past few weeks we have diving deep into hormones from various aspects and this week it's all about Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy- the pros and cons Cortisol production and how it affects everything from cognitive function to mood, to energy and beyond Methylation and detox pathways - the why and how of getting hormones out of our bodies after they have done their job How to support optimal hormone balance Why men need to focus on more than just testosterone and what can happen if you don't have the bigger picture in mind. The intricacies of dialing your hormones in and how testing helps. How other factors play a role in hormonal balance - from genetics to environmental toxins to nutrition status Hormones do just so much in our body, when they are off life can be miserable, get them right and it can slow aging and many age related diseases so it's worth investing the time to understand this admittedly complicated field if you are wanting to optimise your lifespan, performance and health. If you enjoy this content please share it with friends and we would really appreciate a rating and review. Also drop us a line with any comments or questions firstname.lastname@example.org, we will do our best to answer. If after this you are wanting to do a DUTCH test to find out what your own hormones and cortisol pattern looks like and even organic acid markers (11 of which are included now in the DUTCH test) reach out to Lisa and she can get you sorted email@example.com xxx Lisa and team About Dr Kelly Ruef Dr. Ruef is a licensed naturopathic doctor who completed her medical education at the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon. She also completed a residency at Pearl Natural Health in downtown Portland, where she specialized in inflammatory bowel diseases and women's health. For undergraduate education, Dr. Ruef received a Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry and cell biology with a minor in cognitive neuroscience from the University of California, San Diego. Dr. Ruef's strategy is to give thorough, clear explanations to her patients, and she always encourages questions to help lead her patients to better health. Learn More about Dr Kelly Ruef and follow this website You can find her on Instagram under @drkellyruef Health Optimisation Consulting with Lisa Are you struggling with a health issue and need someone who looks outside the square and someone connected to some of the greatest science and health minds in the world? Then reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, we can jump on a call to see if we are a good fit for you or visit Lisa's Health Consulting If you have a big challenge ahead, are dealing with adversity or want to take your performance to the next level and want to learn how to increase your mental toughness, emotional resilience, foundational health, and more, contact us at email@example.com. Order Lisa's Books My latest book Relentless chronicles the inspiring journey about how my mother and I defied the odds after an aneurysm left my mum Isobel with massive brain damage at age 74. The medical professionals told me there was absolutely no hope of any quality of life again. Still, I used every mindset tool, years of research and incredible tenacity to prove them wrong and bring my mother back to full health within three years. Get your copy here: https://shop.lisatamati.com/collections/books/products/relentless. Lisa's Anti-Ageing and Longevity Supplements Lisa's full range of anti-aging, longevity and health optimisation supplements curated by Lisa herself working with some of the best supplement producers in the world. https://shop.lisatamati.com/ NMN: Nicotinamide Mononucleotide, an NAD+ precursor Feel Healthier and Younger* Researchers have found that Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide or NAD+, a master regulator of metabolism and a molecule essential for the functionality of all human cells, decreases dramatically over time. What is NMN? NMN Bio offers a cutting edge Vitamin B3 derivative named NMN (beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) that can boost the levels of NAD+ in muscle tissue and liver. Take charge of your energy levels, focus, metabolism and overall health so you can live a happy, fulfilling life. Founded by scientists, NMN Bio offers supplements of the highest purity and rigorously tested by an independent, third-party lab. Start your cellular rejuvenation journey today. Support Your Healthy Ageing We offer powerful third-party tested NAD+ boosting supplements so you can start your healthy ageing journey today. Shop now: https://nmnbio.nz/collections/all NMN (beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) 250mg | 30 capsules NMN (beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) 500mg | 30 capsules 6 Bottles | NMN (beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) 250mg | 30 Capsules 6 Bottles | NMN (beta Nicotinamide Mononucleotide) 500mg | 30 Capsules Quality You Can Trust — NMN Our premium range of anti-ageing nutraceuticals (supplements that combine Mother Nature with cutting edge science) combats the effects of aging while designed to boost NAD+ levels. Manufactured in an ISO9001 certified facility Boost Your NAD+ Levels — Healthy Ageing: Redefined Cellular Health Energy & Focus Bone Density Skin Elasticity DNA Repair Cardiovascular Health Brain Health Metabolic Health Perfect Amino Supplement by Dr David Minkoff Introducing PerfectAmino PerfectAmino is an amino acid supplement that is 99% utilized by the body to make protein. PerfectAmino is 3-6x the protein of other sources with almost no calories. 100% vegan and non-GMO. The coated PerfectAmino tablets are a slightly different shape and have a natural, non-GMO, certified organic vegan coating on them so they will glide down your throat easily. Fully absorbed within 20-30 minutes! No other form of protein comes close to PerfectAminos Ketone-IQ Get your fuel from ketones. Ketones are nature's superfuel, proven to support energy, focus, endurance, and more. Developed alongside the U.S. military and top universities, Ketone-IQ™ delivers all those benefits in one drink. No caffeine, no sugar—just clean, on-demand energy for superior physical and cognitive performance. You can read about it here and https://shop.lisatamati.com/products/ketone-iq%E2%84%A2?_pos=2&_sid=727714231&_ss=r My ‘Fierce' Sports Jewellery Collection For my gorgeous and inspiring sports jewellery collection, 'Fierce', go to https://shop.lisatamati.com/collections/lisa-tamati-bespoke-jewellery-collection. Resources Gain exclusive access and bonuses to Pushing the Limits Podcast by becoming a patron! You can also connect with Matty on his Website YOUR DNA 360 REPORT + ONE-ON-ONE CONSULTATION Enjoyed This Podcast? If you did, subscribe and share it with your friends! Post a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning in, then leave us a review. You can also share this with your family and friends so they can discover the benefits of an infrared sauna. Have any questions? You can contact me through email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or find me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. For more episode updates, visit my website. You may also tune in on Apple Podcasts. To pushing the limits, Lisa
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Cette série américaine est adaptée du célèbre jeu de rôle Donjons & Dragons, créé dans les années 1970. Elle arrive en France le 24 décembre 1986, dans Récré A2 sur Antenne 2. Le générique est interprété par Dorothée, l'animatrice principale de l'émission. Pourtant, elle n'a pas chanté tant de génériques que ça à cette époque : seulement pour quatre dessins animés…
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In this episode, Cory Miller talks with Matthias Pfefferle, creator of Activity Pub, about the growing potential for decentralization through innovation within WordPress. Current social networks have stripped creators of agency and power. The threat has been more acutely felt with the recent transitions within Twitter. Recognizing what is at stake and moving towards innovation could not only create needed solutions but could also propel the future of WordPress.Top Takeaways:Decentralization: So much of the power of WordPress is rooted in decentralization. The silos created by social media platforms leave users without agency. The potential and appetite for decentralization is increasing along with the tools to make it a reality via the Fediverse, Activity Pub, and more.Portable Social Networks: If you are blocked or banned from a major social network, you lose your content and contacts. The need to create portable social networks so you can move your audience and retain your content if you opt to or are forced to switch platforms or hosts is crucial. Alternative Walled Gardens: The need for alternative social platforms where users have agency and ownership continues to increase. The Twitter debacle has been a huge catalyst for users to transition to other platforms like Mastodon, but the potential for WordPress to solve identifier issues and more could create the largest platform overnight. How can we create tools and empower people to be a part of social networks and retain ownership of all they create? How can WordPress build on the current momentum to create future relevance?
In this podcast molecular Biologist Dr Elena Seranova joins us to talk through some of the exciting anti-aging and longevity compounds on the market currently, the research behind them and what they do in the body. We consider what you should think about when deciding to take a supplement what each compound does, it's mechanism of action what aging hallmarks each compounds combats. what senescent cells are and what senolytics do, the importance of methylation we cover Quercetin, Trimethylglycine, Nicotinamide Mononucleotide and Berberine Tune in to get the latest information on this exciting compounds and where the research is headed next. About Dr. Elena Dr. Elena Seranova is a scientist, serial entrepreneur, and business mentor. She has now founded multiple innovative biotechnological businesses. She first studied at the University of Ioannina with a major in Psychology. Dr. Elena then started a private practice before developing an interest in neuroscience. Dr. Elena continued her studies and earned her Master's Degree in Translational Neuroscience at the University of Sheffield. She now also holds a Doctorate Degree in Stem Cell Biology and Autophagy from the University of Birmingham. Dr. Elena's expertise in these fields led her to co-found the biotech start-up SkyLab Bio. She has written several peer-reviewed articles on autophagy. Her latest business is NMN Bio. Her own experiences with supplements have inspired her to expand the market to include cutting-edge anti-ageing supplements. NMN Bio reaches New Zealand, the UK, and Europe. Dr. Elena found her passion for drug discovery and autophagy. She has endeavoured to share this with the public through her research and work as an entrepreneur. To learn more about Dr. Elena and her work, visit NMN Bio. 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Crohn puede clasificarse en diferentes grupos o tipos de enfermedad según la edad de debut, la localización afectada y el patrón evolutivo de la enfermedad: A1, A2, A3, L1, L2, L3 y L4. Según la evolución de la enfermedad puede clasificarse en B1, B2, B3 y P si hay afectación perianal En cuanto al tratamiento para Crohn, va a ser necesaria una buena adherencia terapéutica para prevenir la aparición de brotes o el retorno a la actividad de la enfermedad. Debemos pedir consejo a nuestro médico especialista en digestivo en cuanto a cúando es mejor tomar la medicación, conocer los posibles efectos secundarios de la medicación, la dieta a seguir, los cuidados personales y el abandono de los malos hábitos como el tabaquismo y la ingesta de alcohol. También es muy común encontrar pacientes con déficits nutricionales, ya que Crohn puede afectar cualquier tramo del tubo digestivo, por lo tanto, el consejo que debemos dar es intentar basar nuestra dieta en alimentos de origen vegetal poco o nada procesados, priorizar el consumo de grasas de calidad, como el aceite de oliva, fruta, verduras, carbohidratos integrales y alimentos proteicos de calidad, como las legumbres, el pescado, carnes blancas y magras y huevo. Aumento de los requerimientos nutricionales (actividad inflamatoria, presencia de algún proceso infeccioso, etc.). El paciente desnutrido tendrá una menor capacidad de cicatrización y reparación de los tejidos, aumentando el riesgo quirúrgico y con periodos de remisión más cortos. En el tratamiento de los pacientes con EII debe incluirse el cuidado nutricional incluyendo la prevención de desnutrición y desarrollo de déficits nutricionales, la prevención de la osteoporosis y la promoción de un adecuado crecimiento y desarrollo en los niños.
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Ken Winner, wing foil designer extraordinaire talks about his background as a pro windsurfer and how he became a designer at Duotone and developed the first inflatable handheld wing for foiling. At first there was little interest in his invention but once a few people tried it, the sport of wing foiling really took off. Transcript of the interview: Aloha friends. It's Robert Stehlik. Thank you for tuning into another episode of the Blue Planet Show, where I interview foil athletes, designers, and thought leaders. You can watch this show right here on YouTube or listen to it on your favorite podcast app. Today's interview is with Ken Winter, the designer at Duotone wing designer extraordinaire. And as always, I ask questions, not just about equipment and technique, but also try to find out more about his background, what inspires him and how he got into water sports. So Ken was really open in this interview, shared a lot of information about wing design, even showed his computer screen where he designs wings. So that's at the very end of the interview. So you don't want to miss that part. It's really cool if you're into Wing design and wanna know more about the materials and the construction, the design and Ken's philosophy. This is a really good show for all that kind of information. During this interview, I'm gonna play a little bit of footage of Alan Cadiz Wing foiling in Kailua. I got some drone footage of him, which was after this interview, but he's using the 2023 Duotone unit Wing 4.5 meter wing. I'll play some of that in the background. Thank you so much for your time, Ken, and for sharing all the detailed information. So without further ado, here is Ken Winner. Okay. Good morning, Ken. How are you doing today? Good morning. I'm pretty good. All right. It's a little bit of a rainy and windy day here on Oahu. How's the weather on Maui? Same. Same. Yeah. Yep. So have you had super stormy winds the last few days? It's been crazy windy here. Yeah, it's been gusting 45 at times. Do you actually go out in those kind of conditions or do you wait? Yeah. Windy days. Yeah. It's pretty fun. Yeah. So you've been doing what you, what do you do on days like that? You go on a down window or you just go go off? I only do down windows with my wife nowadays. That's her favorite thing. Otherwise I from a friend's house over on Stable Road and Peter actually lives on Stable Road and so we launched there, go out race around a bit, test different wings, hydrofoils. Nice. What kind of equipment were you on in, on those super windy days? Anything from a two to a four. Sometimes we go out pretty overpowered just cause we have something we wanna try and we don't have many choices. Some days we just have to go and do what we can with what we have. We do a lot of prototyping in the four and five meter size. We do a fair amount in the three meter size and then smaller and bigger. We also prototype and test quite a bit, but maybe not as intensely. Nice. Okay. But before we get more into all the equipment and stuff like that, I wanted to get talk a little bit about your background. So tell us a little bit about start in the beginning, like wh how, where you grew up and how you got into water sports and all that kind of stuff. was born a long time ago, 1955, so there's a lot of history there. You don't wanna hear it all. Grew up near Annapolis, Maryland. Did a fair amount of recreational cruising type sailing. My dad owned boats. Built a lot of stuff when I was a kid. Owned a couple boats when I was a teenager. Started windsurfing in 75. How extensive do you want this to be? Started windsurfing in 75, won the world championship in 77. We won again, 80 in 81. We had the right there on Oahu, where you are. We had the World Cup, the PanAm World Cup, which I. Actually, yeah don't worry about making it short. Like we, we got time. So just actually like how did you get into windsurfing? What was your first experience with that? Or what were you doing? Anything other like surfing or water sports before windsurfing? Yeah. No, I've never actually surfed. As I said, I grew up sailing I, when I was a teenager, maybe 17 or 16, I bought a old wooden boat, a little wooden boat, a Bahamas fixed it sailed around, kept it house else. I also bought a shark catamaran sail out bit. So I was into sailing and I, I saw an ad for a windsurfer and thought that would be a good thing for me to try. So wind, Also about the same time bought a hang glider. So I taught myself to hang glide and but I really enjoyed the windsurfing more so sold everything else and just focused on windsurfing. So that you were around 20 years old? Yeah. About 20. Yeah. Did you you have any like formal education or did you go like straight into wind surfing? Yeah, it's funny, I was gonna University of Maryland when I started windsurf, and I might have stuck with that, but I started windsurf and thinking, oh, I can go to college little, a little time windsurfing. And and then when I'm ready to quit, I can go back to school. But I never did actually go back to school, kept wind surfing. For the next forever , 23 years, but ba So basically you're self-taught, like all the knowledge you have on with computers and aerodynamics or, all that is basically from experience and self-taught kind of thing or? Yeah, I do a lot of reading. I remember in, sometime in the early eighties Barry Spanner, I think got a book. The title was The Aerodynamics of Sailing. And I, I heard him make a comment about it, so I got it and I read from cover to cover several times and really absorbed, I think the lessons of that. And did a lot of other reading after that. But that was sort my foundation for learning about the technical side of sailing. , nowadays, of course, it's super easy to get a lot of information online, really good information. So unless you're pursuing a career like attorney or doctor or degreed engineer or PhD scientist, you don't need formal education as much as you used to. If you need it at all, I don't know. But yeah, I think as long as you're a lifelong learner, you can pretty much teach yourself almost anything. . Yeah. Okay. Yeah, a lot of things, for sure. Yeah. So I'm gonna, I'm gonna do some screen sharing here from the windsurfing Hall of Fame. There's little bit of information about you online here. So in the, so you started windsurfing in 1975. That's, this was the day, days when they, the booms were still made out of wood and so on, right? Talk a little bit about your first first wind windsurfing set up bought a used board for 300 bucks and went out, taught myself to use it, and just became hooked like most people. Did it every chance I had. And at first all I focused on was trying to improve my skills. That was hundred percent of my effort. But then gradually over time, I got more interested in improving the equipment. So over time I did some things like. Built my own boards and built my own rigs, masks spoons. Yeah. And you start, you started winning a lot of races, so you were very focused on the com racing side of windsurfing or also I guess freestyle as well, right? Yeah. So I won the freestyle world two or three times, and that was back, it was a much simpler affair than it's now. Of course, the guys who do freestyle nowadays circles around all of us who did freestyle back then. yeah. Around. But you gotta start somewhere in every sport. And so that, that's a picture of Robbie and Jurgen in me at the pan, the Panta actually which was right there on Wahoo. Over in Kai. Yeah. And you were able to beat Robbie, I guess at that point. Still, and you have several world world titles right? In Windsurf racing. Yeah. Robbie and I were rivals to some extent, but he was younger and when he got to be when he achieved his full adult strength, he was extremely hard. I started when I was 20. He started when he was nine. And it's surprise that he dominated the sport so much for so many years. He's a amazing athlete and really great guy. Good entrepreneurs, got a great business. And and we're still rivals. , it's been a good, it's been a good 40 some years. . And then you started build, you said you started building your own boards and making smaller and smaller boards, right? Yeah. So I, excuse me. Yeah I built a a nine foot board. Actually prior to that I had a board shaped for me and glass, and that was a board I would say. I basically invented carving, jives, cause everybody had boards back then. I had a round tail board, which carve through my, instead of skid through them. And basically from that point on, I focused a lot on trying to improve my equipment. I you're showing a picture of the Transatlantic Windsurf race, which was a pretty funny. That was in about 98, I think. But this has gotta be pretty boring for anybody watching. People are interested in what's happening now. Yeah. No, I don't think so. I don't think so at all. I don't think any, what he's gonna find is boring at all, but, , yeah, just yeah. And then I guess you yeah, I tell us a little bit about how you got into the Wing, wing des, or were you designing w windsurfing sales for duo to before kites, or like how, or, and then, yeah. Just tell us a little bit about how you got Yeah. So I went surfed intensely for three years. I guess in 97, I think I won the US Racing Championships. And then just shortly after that I tried kiting for the first time. And basically after I tried kiting for the first time, I I sold on my windsurfing gear and got straight into kiting. My, my first kite experience was with Don Monague right off Stable Road on Maui. He was out kiting. I was out windsurfing and I told him I wanted to try that, so he handed me his control bar and the leashed, his board to my ankle, and he told me how to secure the kite. And I, so I kited back and forth down to Kaha for the next half hour. And so that was my, that's how I got hooked on kiting. And so from the very first session, you were able to stay upwind and everything and no, I didn't stay upwind. I ended up down at Kaha, so starting at camp one, ending up at Kaha. Oh, okay. And yeah and when, not long after that, I spent a week on Maui hiding every day. And and then a few months after that I did some, I did a how kite video. Cause there were no schools, hardly anybody knew how to learn. So I did some videos. Robbie was saying needed somehow to kite videos. So took the opportunity to do that. We sold about 30,000 videos and then of course, schools came along and the internet came along. So that was, there's, you don't need that kinda stuff anymore. It's all online. Yeah. Oh, so you had a, like a VHS tape on how to kite and sold it like through magazines and stuff like that. But I actually, I used the Nash distributor network to the dealer network to sell boxes of videos to dealers who would then them, to 'em, to customers. And I had a website so I could retail videos directly to the customers. And we actually did a total of three howto videos over a couple years time. And then I helped convince boards and more, which is the parent company of Duotone and fanatic to get into kite boarding kit, making kites. . And so that was about the year 2000. And we tried to hire people to do the job of designing kites, but there were so few kit designers at the time that I ended up taking it on. So I had learning design kit weeks and in China working 16 hours a day learning how to use computer aid design software, CAD software, and then pumping up existing kites and trying to figure out the geometry and trying to figure out how to do that on the Ultimately it worked, so we ended up with a decent and started growing the company from that point. Okay. So boards and more at that time, they had Brand was fanatic and or what were their brands that they were run? It, I'm just gonna say Boards and More is the parent company of the, the parent company that I work for now. , which is we produce Duotone kites and Fanatic windsurfing gear and kites surfing and surfing gear and, sub foiling gear. Boards and More is the company I've been working for the last 22 years. And right now what is your official role at Duotone? I know, I just wanted to say I've been waiting such a long time to get you on the show because you're always so busy. You said you have to, come up with a whole new line of wings and kites and everything, so you were too busy to meet with me. But Yeah, tell me a little bit about like your job, like your role and how you were able to make time today to come here, . Yeah. Yeah, great question. I I tend to overcom commit and try to do more things than I can reasonably do. So years I was designing kites, but I also decided to start designing hydrofoils and that turned into a lot of work. And then I started designing wings and that turned into more work. So I was to foil design work off on some very capable guys that we in Mauritius and Germany. And then more recently I've been able to push the kite design work off on Sky now. Sky's been working with me for 18 years. We've both been learning a lot about kite design and in the last year, so I've been helping him master the software that we use for kit design. And so now he's doing the kite design. And I would say that he's for sure one of the most experienced and capable designers in the world, even though he hasn't been the lead on kite design until recently, but he's now and he's doing a great job. He's making some really great improvements. So having a good teacher, right? Hope . So having so now I'm just focused on maintenance, so that, like your job basically at duo tone right now is wing designer? Yeah. I'm focused on wing design now, and we have two main wing models the unit has handled, boom. And. The unit is more focused on wave riding and down winding. The slick is more free ride and freestyle. Unit has a little bit more Wingspan Slick has a little less the okay. So before we go into the current gear let's go back to when you first started winging and like how you came up with The Wing. I interviewed mark Rappa Horse and Alan Ez as well on the show. And they both talked about how, you guys used to go out downwind together with the standup paddle foil boards and and then, when one day you showed up with the wing. So can you talk a little bit about. Like how you first came up with the wing and the inflatable wing design and so on. Yeah, I was trying to downwind hydrofoil with these guys, and I wasn't doing it that well, was having great success and I was getting a sore shoulder. So I was trying to figure out how could I do downwind hydrofoiling and not get a shoulder? And I, by chance, I saw a video of Flash Austin with his homemade handheld wing that he was using on a hydrofoil at Kaha. And I thought eight years before I had designed some inflatable handheld wings for suffering. Not with a hydro, but just for, and so I thought I wonder if something like that would work. It fits my skillset because I do inflatable adult toys. And so I, I went home, got on the computer, designed crude. Another crude, handheld, inflatable wing. So those designs are you sent me an email with some pictures. Is that from that time when you designed your first wings? Yeah. That, that blue and black wing was my first effort to do a handheld inflatable wing. My idea was to use it on aboard, and that was back in two 10 Sky and I tried it. So this one was the one the original one that you made for for basically wind windsurfing on or on a regular windsurf board? Well, a sub board, yeah. Board. Ok. Yeah. And so it was very similar to what we have today, actually, you yeah. It has some similarities. Yeah. And then you would, hold one hand would go here on one hand here. Yeah, that's how it was at first. Okay. And I tried another one a month or two later and Sky and I didn't, we tried and we didn't really think it was that much fun. Another guy who designs for us took the idea and made a inflatable rig. We call it the I rig, which was pretty nice for kids, very low impact. So I remember that. So in that picture of six wings, you can see the first two in two 10, 2011. And then in 2018, I tried something. I just yeah, just very quickly threw something together. I modified an existing neo design and like a Neo's, one of our kites. And sent that off to the factory. And then when I took it to the beach and stepped on the board and sailed away, it popped up. I popped up on the foil immediately and sailed right out to the reef. Turning around, I fell and I had trouble getting going again. But basically I considered that a success and I figured that would allow me to do down windows without stressing my shoulders. I kept building prototypes after that sky went, this was June of 2018. Sky went to a dealer meeting in there and demonstrated it for everybody. Everybody there and nobody was interested. And then we took it to the SI show in August and nobody was interested. But then finally in November, people started getting interested. I got our ceo Alber. He's a, he used to be a snowboarder on the German national team, so hes really good. And he had thought it looked too complicated and difficult, but then when he tried it, he discovered that it's not too complicated and difficult. Maybe we make some of these and people will buy 'em. So at that point we decided we were gonna go into production with wings, and I think some other brands decided at that point. Interesting concept. Of your of your wife, and then you also sent me this little video. So she was the fir you said probably the first woman to wing Foil. Is that, Yeah. Sky's wife, Christine and Julie both tried it out. I think right around Christmas time of 2018. And then after that Julie got very interested in it. And I took her out at KEG quite a few times, and I think this was her first time on the North Shore , and she was a little excited by the size of the swell . So nowadays she, she really enjoys doing downs from to the harbor and she can do it in about 35 minutes if she's in a hurry. And it's her favorite sport. Cool. Yeah. And then this was your first wing design? The foil wing. And I actually got one of those. I've been, I was waiting for a long time and then finally got the wing and I think it was a three meter, the first one I got. And it was yeah, it was super cool because same as you were, we were trying to do the foil doman runs and Really kind. It's really hard actually. But talk a little bit about this first wing design and because it had a boom and no strut and then it had full battens and so on. So talk a little bit about the swing. Your first Yeah. Starting from scratch, we had no, I had no idea really what to do with it. We, we tried differentl angles and different patterns. I put bats in it because that reduces the fluttering by quite a bit. Nowadays we don't have belong bats because we've found other ways to reduce the flutter. Some of us have a lot of brands go ahead and continue making wing wings with a lot of flutter, but I don't really care for that. The boom I made my first few wings with handles as you saw in the photo, and I really hated the handles. Then I went to a kind of a strap on rigid handle. And then after that I thought why should I have a strut and a boom or strut and a handle and I can just have this one boom or long tube and potentially save money and hassle. So that was the reasoning there, but, It turns out the strut is really nice for stabilizing draft. And so we went back to using a strut sometime later. Yeah. Like I know the, that first wing, it was it did that TikTok thing right? When you held it by the front handle it, it didn't really behave very well. Just lefting behind you. It didn't yeah. So was that, I guess part of the reason for that was because it didn't have that strut to of stabilize it. Yeah. I think the strut kinda acts like a ruter in some respects helped stabilize the it's really hard to know what's gonna be important to people when you're starting with something new. One of the, one of the things I have to do is I have. I can't just pay attention to the things I like to do. I have to pay attention to what other people like to do. At first, to me, the idea of holding the wing by the front handle I just never did it. I would hold it by the boom. So never really noticed that instability when I was using it myself. Yeah, but basically, yeah, that's what, how when I used it on a wave, I would just hold the front of the boom and it worked fine. But but then, yeah, I guess some of the other wings were really stable, just holding it in the front handle and you'd be able to surf with it, just holding the front handle, which, which then I guess so yeah. So another thing that's kinda interesting is if you wanting, that will be pretty stable when you're just on the, we experimented with. And the thing we found is that if I let the air out of my wing and let it get a little bit floppy, take it down to three or four psi, it will fly on the leash. Really stable. But then if I pump it back up to eight psi and I haven't really tight 12 canopy, which is something I like, then it's no longer really stable on the leash. So far we kinda have to make the choice. Do we wanna, do we want our wing more floppy and therefore it'll fly on the, or do we want our wing more stable? Which it's less stable on the leash, but it's more stable otherwise. And so basic, so that's basically why you have those two different wings. One is the unit for more that's more, I guess more stable being on supplying by itself. And then the unit is more, has more of a profile. And is that kind of the thought behind it? We go for a lot of canopy tension on both models of wings. We're not gonna compromise on canopy tension cause it gives, it helps give lift to the, when it's, and it improves power when you're pumping. It improves de power and stability when you're overpowered. So we're not gonna compromise on canopy tension but the difference, one of the differences between the slick and the unit is the unit has more sleep. In the leading edge, and that helps improve the stability. While it's, if you're surfing a wave and holding it by the front handle, the fact that it has more sweep than the slick makes it a little more stable in that respect than the slick. But then the downside is you have more wingspan, so it's easier to catch a wing tip, by sweep. You're saying like the leading edge in the front is a little bit more like this versus that kind of thing? Or, but what do you mean by sweep? Sweep is the you know how some airplanes, like a fighter jet will have wings that are swept back. And some wings, like a sail plane will have wings that are not swept back. . So sleep is that back angle in the leading edge. Understood. Okay. And DL is the up angle in the leading edge. So we've done quite a bit with different DL patterns and some things I thought would be better weren't. So I thought a progressive DL would be more stable than a linear dl. And a linear DL is actually more stable. So the new unit has a very linear DL shape and uhno. Another thing that's kinda interesting is some wings have very little dl and the advantage of that is when the wing is lying flat on the water, it's less likely to flip over. The disadvantage of that is it's hard to have a, with a deep canopy and with a lot of canopy tension when you have little, so again we're giving up the fact that. . Our wings when they're lying belly down on the water, are more likely to flip over than somebody else's mic. But on the other hand, we have the ability to put in more depth while maintaining really good canopy tension cause we have more behavioral. So would you say there's a downside to having more canopy tension? Like to, to me it seems like the more tension you have, the, the better the profile works, but I guess like sometimes on a wave or whatever, when you're luing it, it has a little bit more drag, right? Is that, or like what's your experience with a tension? The canopy tension gives you less drag if you have, if more canopy tension gives you less drag when you're, but the wing is more stable while if it has A bit less canopy tension. If I let some air pressure out my wing and make it have less canopy tension, it'll flutter more. And that makes it drier and sad to say it makes it more stable. Yeah. Cause it basically when it doesn't have a lot of attention, it can just completely flatten out and just flutter flat. Versus attention has, it still has that profile. Yeah. So thet thing you can have is a wing that flaps and flutters and loves, but that drag impart a certain amount of stability. I see. This is one of those things where you, it's hard. It's hard to get, it's hard to get everything you want. Divorce, trade offs. Okay. So maybe talk a little bit about things you've tried early on that were that ended up on the trash tape and versus, like things that, I guess like the full battens, you said in the beginning you tried them or used them to reduce the flutter, but I remember those battens used to break really easily too in the waves, right? So the, they're thin battens. Yeah. So early on I never really even imagined I would be using a wing in the waves, which is why I didn't mind putting bats in . They don't, they're not really compatible that way. It's, I did make a three strut wing early on. My, my fourth wing in 2005th wing in 2018 was a three stru wing. And it was, perceptively heavier. So I didn't make any more three str wings for a while. So by, sorry, by three struts you mean three inflatable struts? Like this kind of Yeah. So the blue one? Yeah. The 3.0 from July of two 18. Yeah. Yeah. I tried that and it was, not a great wing and a little on the heavy side. So I decided I was gonna try to stick with just one strut, and then actually went to a home after that. For the simplicity and the low cost and so forth. So the three stru is something I abandoned early on, but it does have potential advantages. So we've been doing more work with that. F1 has a nice three wing. It has its pros and cons, but there are people who like it. And one of the reasons is the fact that you have strut takes away the corner, the the back corner at the tip of a wing, and that's the place people drag most often when they're trying to get going. Getting rid that, I'm sorry, screen. Share that again. So what you're saying, like this corner is what drags in the water when you're to get foiling, right? Yeah. And so a certain arrangement of three strut, I certain three strut geometry will get rid of that corner. . So I think F1 actually has like a patent a patent or a patent pending for that third strut. But it looks like you were the first one to develop that. So how does that work? They They, if they came to contesting it with us, I don't think they could win. But I don't think either of us or them are interested in having a fight. So I don't think it'll be a problem for us. So basically when, I know Duotone is also has a, I think you, I know you have a patent for the hand, the rigid handles on the unit. Are there any other patents that you're, you've gotten or applied for and Yeah, we've, and the question is like, why didn't you apply for a patent for the inflatable wings in the first place? Or did you? Because I think in part you have to do it pretty quickly and it can't really be in the public domain. So these wings that I made in 2000 10, 2 11 From what I understand is they were out there in the public domain and they were, they happened many years before. And so just trying to patent an inflatable wing I don't think that was an option. But we've tried to, we've applied for patents on various aspects of the inflatable wing design as, things related to the DL and boom. And trying to think, what can I mention? What can I not, there's some things we do that we don't even talk about because some people. Aren't aware and we don't wanna give them ideas. Yeah, you don't wanna give away your secret sauce. So I understand. Not too, it's not too soon. Yeah. . Yeah. Okay. So actually I had a question from a friend, my friend Steve. He was asking, have you ch or about basically, on windsurf sales where the can doer and stuff, they have a left tube to improve the laminar flow on the bottom side of the, have you tried that? Have you tried playing with that and or what are your thoughts on that? Yeah, that, that's a popular topic. It came up in in connection with kite design years ago, and I think when I was picking up. The first kite that I actually owned from Don Monague, he was talking about that very idea and doing it in connection with kites. And Don Monague has done amazing amount of work along those lines in connection with kites. And if you were to see PDFs, he put all the things you tried, you would be astonished. Don would be a really interesting guy for you to talk to on this. Don Monague. Okay. Yeah. . Yeah, he was the kit designer for Nash 20 years ago, or 23 years ago. , he's moved on to a lot of really interesting things. But he was talking about it then he worked with it then, and it, it's never really worked for kites for a variety of reasons. There's weight, there's the tendency for. Water to get in and weigh down the kite. Complexity, cost and the actual benefit is hard to find. I've also tried to do elliptical, leading edges in kites and where I have two leading edges side by side. Kinda two bladders next to each other kind of thing. Yeah, exactly. Trying to thin out the shape of the wing and make it stiffer. And that, that's been really hard to make it work. There are people who, tried this stuff and they, know, somebody's probably gonna succeed at some point someday, but so far hasn't One of the problems with double surface on a wing is that the lower surface tends to keep the flow attached, and that attached flow sucks the second surface down. And actually tends to suck the whole wing down. So we spent a lot of time making sure our wings always lift. If you're locking the wing, it lifts if it, if you get hit by a lifts every, all the time, our wings are lifting. If you add that second surface, boom, your lift goes away. The flow remains attached on the bottom of the wing. As it passes, the leading edge sucks the lower surface down and sucks the whole wing down with it. And this is something I've actually experimented with and tried and observed, so I'm not just speculating here. Interesting. Again, I'm not saying it'll never work, but it's not a slam dunk. It's not an obvious, easy thing to do. And the benefits aren't obvious either, so Yeah. And it's more weight, it's more cost. So we and with wings in particular, we have to worry about weight. Wind surfers don't worry about weight nearly as much as we do apparently. Tis are, you have to hold it, hold that thing up in, in your hand, and light wind especially then the weight really makes a difference. It does. Yeah, for sure. What about rigid wings? I know people have been making rigid wings for on the ice and stuff like that, but and forever, have you played around with that or have you tested rigid wings? Yeah. Yeah. I saw early on I'd like to have a rigid wing that opened up like an umbrella. . And I actually have tried some rigid and hybrid prototype. But the problem you run into there is you lose one of the greatest attractions of wings, inflatable wings, which is the simplicity in the fact that you just blow 'em up and go and when you have rigid components, elements. You make a more complex, harder to rig up. They're less robust because something like a carbon fiber tube can break pretty easily, especially in the waves. And I question whether a lot of people would want give up the simplicity and the robustness of inflatable in order speed or higher or whatever tructure might give you. That's priority for Right. Would working on that for kids and people who aren't fanatical wingers, people who wanna get into it, but aren't gonna be doing it every day, I would, I'm interested in making it better for families rather than, Better for Kailin . Yeah. But obviously you're also very interested in going fast and testing. I know ANCA has told me that you guys go out and race each other and see what's faster and test equipment and that's, he told me about the Mike's lab foil that he let you know, you let him try your foil and then he got one himself and I just got one recently. So those are, yeah, just having a fast foil makes a big difference that alone, right? I do going fast up to a point about the Mike's slab, what happened was during the pandemic we had a shortage of fanatic hydrofoils. We weren't getting the latest stuff. We weren't even able to get anything out China for a while. My wife is pretty into getting the latest stuff. So she ordered Mike's lab hydrofoil and she got it and she actually had a hard time with it, so I started using it. So I used it a fair amount. But she went to an 1100 Mike's Slab and that worked really well for her. Then she moved to 800, which worked well for her. Then she went to a and that worked well for her, and now she's, now, she now, I dunno she's in the five 40 to 800 range nowadays, depending on what she wants to and so through all that I've been using her hydros as well. But I also use, fanatic has some new stuff that I also use. Peter Slate, who I sail with a lot, is using fanatics and he's going really fast with, he's hard to keep up with. And Alan, of course is very hard to keep up with too. Yeah. And I, sorry, should, when we're talking about fast and I should say don't try to go faster race, because I think that but I'm not sure how to put this. I think that racing with slow equipment is actually more interesting than racing with fast equipment. In the old days of windsurfing, we raced with really slow boards. Didn't matter that we were going slow. Cause the important thing was trying to use the wind and the waves and whatever we found out there to go a little bit faster or to take a slightly shorter course than the next person. So I don't of speed as requisite on the, and. just getting on the water and racing with the stuff you have is pretty interesting. . Yeah, I that's I guess the beauty of one design racing where everybody uses the same equipment and it's not an arms race and it's more about this, your skill and sta strategy and so on, right? Yeah, exactly. And I think of it as the most social form of winging on the water because you're actually doing something with other people. And it's a very sort of a responsive thing where you do one thing and somebody will do another thing in response. So you're, there's interaction that you don't have pretty much any other time, except when you're wanting people to stay outta your way on wave, which is different kinda interaction. But getting back to the winging that Alan or Peter and I do if we're racing around side by side, Trying to go faster. What the main thing I'm doing is I'm trying to assess the performance of the wing. I'm trying to, the power delivery, I'm trying to, is the power consistent hit? Does easy to deal with gust? Is it difficult to deal with the gust when a gust hits, do I accelerate or do I just slow down because there's so much drag? And then, we'll go upwind and we'll go downwind. And if we're going downwind, we can, whether we can deeper with one wing rather than another. This all translate into performance that even someone who's not racing is gonna appreciate. And you can notice subtle differences between wings when you're side by side with somebody of equal ability. But you can't notice if you're just out there cruising by yourself. So that, that, I think that's a real valuable thing for us. But the other thing we do is we've got Finn and Jeffrey Spencer out there on our wings. They test every prototype that comes in. They write our little report and every wing that that comes in, they go out, they loop 'em and spin 'em and race around with them. Do everything that anybody does with them and evaluate them in very thorough, in a very thorough manner, I think. Yeah. I think originally they used to ride for what's it called? They used to write for Slingshot. Slingshot, yeah. So how long have they been writing for Duotone? The last few months. Okay. Yeah, they're amazing wingers. Talk a little bit about the r and d process. I guess it's like you can't really make too many changes at once yet, right? You have to change one, one variable at a time, and then like how many prototypes go into like how many prototypes do you have to make to come up with next year's wing, kind of thing. I'm just curious about that. Yeah, so for the 22 4 meter unit i, I design I name every prototype with a, from the alphabet. So I got down to Q on that one. I'm not sure how many. That's maybe 20 or so. And each one is one that you actually made. Is it just a, do they all make it to the, to be actually samples, or those are all actual samples that you made or that's a good question. I might starting design and try five different variations on my computer. , but they'll all be the same letter. That might be, it might be, okay. Four B dash one or four B dash two and I'll, okay. I'll look at all those and then I'll decide which one I wanna try and in person. And I'll send the, I'll generate patterns. Send the patterns to the factory. The factory, ship it out a week later, or five days later. And then we'll test it. But, I can go through dozens and dozens of prototypes before we finalize a line like, The unit from size two to size 6.5, which is 10 sizes. And we do build and test every size before we put any big into production. Yeah. But I guess on Maui, like basically the four meter is your, like that's the one you start with and then once you have a good four meter, then you start working on the other sizes. Is that kind of how you do it or? Usually I'll do a four or a five in a lot of iterations. I'll also do some sixes. I'll also do threes. I did quite a few threes on the latest slick design because it can be hard to get a three meter working really well. So we , we made six or seven threes before we felt like we were in the right ballpark with with the slick. Yeah, because you can't really use the same design and just make it bigger and smaller because obviously the bigger wings the, one of the issues is that they have too much wingspan, so you have to make 'em kind of lower aspect and then, but the smaller wings, it's not, the wingspan isn't so much of an issue. So can you talk a little bit about that? Like the differences be from your bigger swing to your smallest w in the same lineup, or is that Yeah, that's exactly right. The wingspan, the aspect ratio can be a little bit higher in the smaller wings. With the bigger wings, we haven't really gone over seven and we haven't adjusted the aspect ratio that much up to there. But in the future we'll probably have a seven and an eight with a little bit lower aspect ratio. Another thing you can't scale exactly is. Pretty much everything. You can't scale. Exactly. You have to make adjustments with everything. So if you take a five meter that you like and you wanna go smaller, you actually as a percentage have to go bigger with diameter of the leading edge. And because if you were to scale those down exactly to a, like a three meter, the leading edge wouldn't be big enough in diameter to get the stiffness you want. And then it goes small wing. You really want a stiff leading edge. Cuz otherwise when you're winging and gusty wind, it'll just bend. Yeah. And that, let's talk a little bit about that, the leading edge diameter, like the what you learned about that from all your designing and where, what are your thoughts on that and also the different materials. I know you're doing the unit D-lab with the a Lula fabric and stuff like that, and can you make the diameter thinner with the different fabric if you have more pressure and so on. Just go talk a little bit about that. Yeah. At first of course I was trying a lot of different diameters to see what seemed to work OK at my weight. And one of, one of the issues we have is people of all different weights are doing the sport. And we have to optimize around the average weight of the average writer wrap. So why are you showing that? Oh, I just wanted to bring up some of the wings and the different I was gonna show the aula wings and stuff like that. Okay. Sorry. Sorry. Distract you there. Yeah. So leading edge diameter is a huge topic and most of us who test are in the one 40 to one 90 weight range. So we tend to optimize for that weight range. And a four meter wing has a diameter of about 10 inches at the center. And at eight psi or eight and nine psi, that seems to enough, we've. Tried going smaller diameter. When we go to our ULA wings or glab wings are made outta right now and is great cause it's very light. It's very, and you would think that since it's so you could go smaller in diameter, but after making quite a few prototypes with smaller leading edge we see both advantages and disadvantages. So you can have a little less drag if you're going up wind or if you're in a lot of wind, you get less drag with a smaller leading edge. But if you lose a little bit of air pressure, then you have a softer leading edge. And the smaller, the leading edge, the more sensitive it's to small losses and air pressure. So with our DLA wings, our Lulu wings, we've decided to just keep the diameter about the same. And anybody that wants a little bit softer leading edge can run a little air out. And then bigger riders, the 200 pounders or 210 pound riders will have something that's fully stiff enough to handle their weight. That's one of the tradeoffs we've made with leading edge diameter. Another thing, so basically you found that you can't really even though the all Lula can handle more pressure, you can't really reduce the the leading edge diameter by much? Not yet. We can. It's just when we do it, we find that we're not happy with the tradeoffs. . And so we're leaning toward being conservative. We won't, we don't want. We don't want people to have unreasonable we don't want their expectations to be stymied. Yeah we're getting the best all around performance by keeping the leading edge diameter pretty substantial. Recently, for example, we made two identical slick prototypes. One with standard leading edge diameter. One with maybe a not quite a 2% drop up a about a two centimeter reduction from about 10 inches to a little over nine inches. And the smaller leading edge diameter had advantages as we expected. If we were going up wind and a lot of wind, the guy on the smaller levy edge had a, had an advantage. But overall it had a little less power, little less grunt. And if we lost a little bit of air pressure, it had a little less stiffness. And we felt like those were big enough problems to keep us away from that. Okay. So can you talk a little, sorry, go ahead. Another thing we did related to leading edge stiffness is we put a two 30 gram Dacron in the center. That white panel, those white panels in the center are a heavier, stiffer Dacron. So we put those in a place where there's a lot of stress on the leading edge and both in terms of point loading where the strut attaches and that leading edge handle attaches and the leash touches. And it's also a point where there's a lot of bending load. So that helps make our leading edge differ. I know a lot of brands will double up on their clock there. , which we did at one point, but we really prefer the single layer of two 30 gram Dacron. It's very robust. Interesting. Can you explain like how, why you recommend different pressures for, depending on the size of the wing, like I, I see you're the 2.0, you're recommending 12 psi and then for the 5.5 7.5 and kind of in between. So can you talk a little bit about that? Yeah. The load on the seams, first I should say the closing sea of a leading edge has the most load on it. Of all the seams, it has twice the load on it. Segment, the inter segment seems are the ones between panels of, so we do a lot of testing to try and maximize the strength of our closing. But one thing about closing seams is the load on the closing sea is related to, it's proportional to the pressure times the diameter. So if you have a small diameter, you can have higher pressure without overloading the closing sea. But if you have a big diameter, have to have lower pressure to avoid overloading the closing scene. And think every, everybody understands this in the business. They're all recommending higher pressure for small and lower pressure for big, and it's all related to how much load the closing can handle without breaking. I. I see. Okay. Do you our standard Dacron construction can handle 15 or 18 PSI in a four meter size before it breaks. And I've, I. Done test tubes. I do a lot of test tubes where we test the strength of seam and I've done test tubes where I've taken it up to five psi in the standard diameter for four meter before its, so we do actually quite a bit of lab testing and bench testing on things like strength and cloth strength. So the difference between the unit and the D-lab unit is basically just the material of the leading edge and the str. Is that correct? Otherwise? Yeah, that's correct. Another difference is that the materials stretch a little differently and they require different seam construction. So I can't use the same patterns for the D-lab that I use for the unit. Customize the patterns for the D-lab wings. To make adjustments to allow for a different, not just different stretch, but also different shrinkage because different scene construction will take up more cloth. know, One scene construction might take up X amount and the other scene construction will take up 1.5 x amount. So I have to make those adjustments in the patterns. And then I've noticed let's talk a little bit about the flutter in, in wings. I noticed looks like the unit has like this little tiny Batten thing versus the D-lab doesn't have that. Is that what's the reason for that? No. The D-lab has it. They just didn't put it in the graphic. Okay. They both have it. But that's one thing I noticed, like the first generation wings, they would get really baggy quickly or after a few months of using them, they would get all bagged out and and you would lose a lot of performance and there would be a lot of flutter in the, in especially in the trailing edge. So how did you, do you eliminate that? Or how are you able to get away without battens in the trailing edge and avoid fluter stuff like that? About a year and a half ago we decided we were gonna attack that problem and we built some wings with different materials stronger rip stop materials for the canopy, and we sent 'em out to team writers in schools around the world and got feedback on how durable the different materials were. And so the material we use in the canopy, the white material in the canopy of the, no, not that one. That, so that one has standard kite rip stop, which is 50 gram rip stop, which is pretty good, especially if you get this panel alignments right. And you get the warp orientation. But then the wing, you're showing now the 2023 D-lab which I think is coming up tomorrow. Oh wow. That has our, what we're calling mod three for modules, three ripstop material in the canopy. So the white material in that canopy has three times the bias stretch resistance of the standard kite style. Rip stop and. That makes it not only more resistant to things like rips when you drop it on your hydrofoil, but really makes it more durable and a higher performance material. It makes our standard unit feel more like a D unit because it's more solid and when you're pumping it, you get better response. It's not a spongy response, it's a, it's more rigid response when you hit a gust. The draft is really super stable. So all around it's a big improvement. There's a small weight penalty of course. But we've, we did some testing where we built three nearly identical six meter wings and we put different amounts of this mod three material in the canopy of each one. So they would in weight by bit. And we founded the canopy with the most, with the largest amount of this material in it was far and away the best performers. So we decided to put in all of our wings for 2020 canopy. So that, so basically that combats that bagginess after, after using it for a while. That doesn't stretch as much, basically. Exactly. Yeah. I just noticed that. Okay. Yeah. So this is the traditional canopy, the mod three. You just have less stretch and especially in the d diagonal direction, right? Yes, exactly. So I just noticed that for the unit. You recommend, the D-lab wings, you recommend a lower pressure than the regular unit wings. Why? Why is that? You get more stiffness for the pressure, know, whatever you're given pressure is. The D-lab gives you more stiffness, but the thing about all is it's incredibly strong and stiff. It's incredibly strong everywhere except where you put a hole in it. So if we have to sew these things together so they have thousands of holes in them, and we do a lot of reinforcement on the seams with materials that are not alu. , but our testing shows us that these are the numbers we should be using for inflation to be safe. And so even though you might pump a five meter to seven instead of eight, it's gonna be stiffer at seven than Aron wing at eight. Okay. So you, you just said, so tomorrow you're gonna release the new the 2023 wings. I think on your website, this is still your 2022 model, right? So what is the no that DLA you're pointing at is the 2020. Oh, I'm wrong. It's the 2022. You're right. It's got the windows for 2022. So what has changed? I think I've seen Alan with some wings that have two windows here. Is that like one of the ways you can tell, or? Yeah. So the new units. Have windows that are more like the current slick, the 2022 Slick has four windows, not just two of them. Ok. And that improved our, that improves the visibility quite a bit. So talk a little bit about the seam orientation. Because it seems like the seams have a little bit more they don't stretch as much as the fabric, right? So is that, is that you're trying to use the seams to add more basically more tension to the canopy? Is that what your thought is on that or? What I'm doing there is I'm trying with the wing design in general, I'm trying to get more tension from tip to tip across the canopy. And in order to deal with that tension, I'm, or I'm making the thread orientation run tip to tip. So it's more about getting the thread orientation. The aligned with the loads that I'm trying to put in the, and that's actually evolved a bit. Those same angles have changed for 2023. And I surprised there's no photo anywhere of the 2020 threes. They've been out for a while now. . So the Duotone Sports website doesn't have the New Wings. Yeah, I dunno. But yeah, so talk a little bit about the changes that you did make in the wings from 22 to 23 other, I guess the windows, the seams, but what else has changed? Yeah the cloth is a huge thing. It's a really big thing. And up to now, the leading edge materials have lasted longer than the can materials, and you really want everything to break all at once, ideally. So we change the windows, we change the, we increase the depth and the power of the wing a bit. The profile depth is greater. So we are getting more power, but the canopy cloth itself also improves the top end, so we have more wind range overall. We we refined the tip angles, tip angles, tip twist has a lot of influence on wing performance. And so we've been, we've gone through a lot of prototypes trying to find the tip angles that are best. So I'd say we have an improvement in overall power delivery in part cause we've got better control over tip twist. Trying to think what else we've done is I know I'm forgetting something. So the, this wing that Alan Kiddas is using is probably the 23 right? As that's probably A2 three prototype. Correct. That's one of our prototypes where we were trying different canopy materials. Material is one of the materials we tested for use production. And we, we decided not to use it, but it's a very good material. We might use it in the future as possible. Okay. Interesting. Cool. That's cool that , you're able to talk about that it's gonna be released shortly for wing design. What's your philosophy and what are you trying to accomplish when you're designing a wing? I guess for this slick, I really like a wing that delivers power as, very consistently across the wind range. And, I've ridden a lot of wings. I've, I've ridden wings that don't do that. Most wings in the past haven't done that. And we're getting better and better at keeping the power on at all times. I like a, that's always lifting. A lot of people don't have that yet. I like a wing with good canopy tension for low flutter good pumping. Never want, I never really want have to move my hands cause I'm in a, the old days of windsurfing and the old days of winging, you hit a, you have back, wind, move back. You used move handle, or, which is one reasons I liked having a boom at first because I could just slide my hand back. I didn't have to let go and grab another handle. Nowadays the wings, our wings are so stable that I never really have to move my hands back or when lull hits, they're always in the right place. So that's really important to me and I think it's important to everyone when I'm thinking about the sport in general and how to, how to make the sport appealing to more people. I think about the fact that we get families doing winging. We get. No, my, the guy who actually runs our wing brand guy named in Germany, lives just off the Baltic Sea, near Keel. He has a seven year old son who started when he was five. And yeah, I think that's awesome. I love the idea being able to do the sport. So I don't ever wanna lose focus on making it easy, making it accessible, making it affordable. We're a high end brand, so we don't tend to go for the bargain basement type wings. But we do wanna make quality wings at a reasonable price, and I don't wanna lose sight. Yeah. And like in terms of price, like obviously the, a Lula wing is much more expensive, the material like, and like what, how much of a performance advantage do you actually get out of that material and is it, only like someone noticed that, is it just for high performance wing foiling or do you think the average user, it's a big advantage for them to go with a Lula fabric? Yeah, I mean anybody that can afford it will benefit from it. It's just a question of do you wanna spend the money and, know, where are your priorities? You have three kids you have to worry about until spending my wife likes them cause they're light and she doesn't need the stiffness, but she likes the low weight, so she always wants to be on, if possible bigger rider like the. Someone who weighs 200 pounds is gonna really benefit from the stiffness or somebody who likes to jump, who benefit from the stiffness. Most people, it's totally a matter of whether they wanna spend the money or not. You, there's always a benefit and the bigger the wing, the greater the benefit. So a six meter gives you more benefit in aula than a three five in Aula for sure. So let's talk a little bit about the equipment that you use personally. What's your go-to wing like on Maui? I know you have, what, which wing do you use the most, on. We use s scores and fives here a lot. Three. Three fives scores and fives a lot. . On a sea breeze days, sea breeze day when it's blowing six, eight knots, I can be on a seven or eight pretty easily. And. Of course if it's blowing like it has last week, I can easily be on it too. And do you prefer the unit or the the slick wing for your personal use? I really like booms a lot because I can, it's easier to locate my harness lines precisely and I can put my hands anywhere and I can fly one handed. When I say I'm getting from my, from a sitting position to a kneeling position I can one hand the boom and that makes it easier. One hand. But, I used to hate handled wings, but we, our handles are good enough that I like the units also. So what I, it's pretty much whatever I'm working on is what I'm writing. So lately I've been working on slicks mostly and I've been writing slicks mostly. But in the coming few months I'll be working on units entirely and I'll be writing units. So what changes have you made to the slick wing for 2023? What have been? So we did a lot of the things on the new slick that we did on the unit. So we went to the mod canopy, we four windows. We have gone with more canopy depth and more power. We fine tune the tip twist and we had some reflex, quite a bit of reflex in the strut of the 2022 slick. With the new canopy cloth. First I should point out that the thing the reflex did was made it so that the back of the canopy didn't bag out so much when you get gust or if you're out in high wind. So the reflex in the stru improved the top end performance of the slick. By however, with our new canopy, We don't have that bagginess in the cloth. So we were able to tone down the reflex by quite a bit. It's just a maybe three degrees now of reflex in the strut. I should point out also that the wider tips of the flick make it so that the slick benefits more from a little bit of reflex than the unit. The unit has narrower tips and it works different. What else on the slick? We've changed the shape of the strut a little bit. And yeah, o overall it's a lift smoother, lift wing, smoother wing. The power development is actually the smoothest of any I've tried. So when we're sailing along through Guston walls, we feel the gusts less with the slick than we have with any other wing we've ever tried. Okay. And then what about your board and your foils? Like what are your go, what's your go-to equipment on that? Yeah, so I I don't use small boards. I did a little bit a while ago, but I don't jump, so I don't really need a small board. I've been using 75 liter five foot boards quite a bit for the last year or two. And lately I've been on a five four, that's 24 wide and we're trending narrower. Some of us are trending narrower, just cause if you're on a small hydrofoil, if you have a little bit longer narrower board, you can pop up on the foil more easily. But. A longer board isn't necessarily good for waves, so anybody who's on, heavily into waves isn't gonna be on the longer board. I see. There's probably, I'm sorry, go ahead. Oh, sorry. I was just gonna say the ta tail shape, I mean I know it people used to have all the kick tails and all that, but it seems like with the, the smaller, faster foils high aspect foils you need, it's almost like you don't want to pop up at a steep angle. You want to keep that board as flat as possible on the takeoff. So do you still use that kick tail or is it just a flat tail in your Yeah, I haven't used kick tail in quite a while. And I think those were mostly valuable in the bigger boards cause it was hard to some lift. Sinking the tail and getting the nose up is easy. So I think you don't really need any kick for a small board. , the boards I use my mask is about six or seven inches from the tail of the board. So there's just not much back there to keep it from kicking up in the nose. And then how long is your mask? What mass length do you like? I've been using in the 90 to 95 range a lot. And I've used longer, but there's a lot of shallow water around here. Yeah, I was gonna ask what's the disadvantage? So a lot of times it's, it is just like you don't want to hit the reef, right? ? Yeah. The longer, longer mass are either they're, to keep 'em stiff, they have to be a bit heavier and maybe a little thick, which. Not necessarily attractive. And then there's, you always have to look at what the tide's doing. Where I ride I don't like to go out. If there's less than a foot of water a foot above mean water. And if it's two feet, that's better . And sometimes I'll just go to the harbor. If it's a super low tide time of day and I need to test something, I might go to the harbor. Cause at least I know they can get away from the beach without hitting the bottom. I'm curious cuz you've done a lot of testing, like when you get scratches on your foil from the, like hitting the reef a few times all my fos are pretty scratched up. How much does it affect the performance, like in your experience? Hugely. Hugely. Yeah. Yeah. It's terrible. I feel it. I've had, I won't say bad luck, but I have had collisions with things in the water that have destroyed my foils. And you really notice yeah, you notice everything. If you're, if you're sailing with somebody else, you notice because you're going slower all of a sudden, if you're not, yeah. Do you repair it? Scratch, do you try to repair scratches in your foils? Or is there a way to Oh yeah. Fix it. Like how do you repair scratches on the bottom of the foil? I usually try to keep the scratching to a minimum and I'll just use a little tiny bit of two epoxy to fill the scratch. Just, just enough to fill it and then sand it smooth. , I wanna get some epoxy paint so that I can, do a proper paint and sand job on some foils. But I haven't got around to that yet. You can't get a shipp here. Oh, yeah. Yeah. So that would be like a two-part paint epoxy paint kind of thing. Yeah, there's stuff called DPO out Think Australia that America's Cup campaigns use for their hydrofoils and boats. That's supposed to be really good, but you have to ship it by boat probably, or something like that. Yeah. Yeah, I think so. Yeah. Interesting. Yeah, . Okay. And then what we talked a little bit about the Mike's lab foils, but like what foils do you use the most and what sizes and so on? Yeah, so we have a phone has a really nice five 90. It's, I don't think it's in the shop. It's a five 90 front wing that I really like. They, we have a seven, we, we've got an eight 50. We've got sizes, I guess the, I really dunno what's on the website. Okay. You just have a look real quick, but okay. So that's pretty small for you. You have five 90 is pretty small foil size for your you're not, probably not as light as Alan could is or someone like that, right? Yeah, Alan and I use a Mike five 40 sometimes my wife uses it too. And so Alan and I can sail around both being on five 40, but 60 pounds, 50 pounds. So work for most days around here, something like a five 90 is a really nice size for me. Lighter wind days. The seven five is good. It's a very powerful for size. I was looking at the so are they the duotone foils or the fanatic foils did you say? Use those are Oh, the ones you're showing the, there's those are kite hydrofoils. Oh, duo Kite hydrofoils. Okay. And they're not the, they're not the latest stuff. I don't know if we have the latest stuff on the website. Cause it's been quite the challenge to get the new stuff outta Asia. It's basically not in available yet, basically. Yeah, I think so. Okay. So probably by spring on the mainland. Okay. And that, but the, so the foil that. Five 90 that you're saying using, I assume that's a pretty high aspect pretty thin fast foil. Is that kind of what you, how you would describe it? Yeah. It's, yeah, high. It's probably 10 to one aspect ratio and designed to be fast. We have cfd Computational Fluid dynamic in Germany who does, we work for a lot of projects, likeer America's Cup campaigns, and he's designed some profiles for us, for our mask and for our wings that we think are really very competitive. I, Peter rides his stuff all the time and he's extremely hard to keep up with, so I have no doubt that it's fast. , yeah. It's pretty amazing how much the foils have improved over the last couple, or, last three years or so. Coming from the early goal foils, what foils did you start on? I was designing our kite hydrofoils and our windsurf hydrofoils, and we had some decent trading windsurf, hydrofoils. And then when I started making 'em bigger, they weren't very good at first. So I started on some real crap foils. Very difficult to ride hydrofoils. . Then over time they got better and and became pretty easy to ride over the period of some months and maybe a year. Okay. So I just want some of the, a lot of those hydrofoils you just showed on the website or things that I designed Oh, a couple years ago. . Yeah. So actually, let's talk a little bit about the challenges that, during the pandemic, the whole supply chain issues and logistics, shipping issues and things like that, and delays and the demand, obviously during the pandemic when everybody was like staying, could, couldn't, people couldn't go to work, so they added more free time. It seemed like that's when winging just took off, like I know here on Oahu it was like, you just couldn't, we couldn't get enough stuff, there was like more, way more demand than supply. And then now it seems like where it's almost like the op opposite way where there's everything's back in stock and people are back in at work and not buying as much. I don't know, just can you talk a little bit about that and your experience with that? You pretty much said it all except for the fact that when pandemic was. Paradise. There was no traffic, there was no people on the beaches. It was amazing time in so respects sad in many respects, but not
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Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast
As utilities grow in profile in the eyes of customers and in urgency in the eyes of politicians, the leaders who are steering these major companies and community pillars are being recognized for the critical role they play in society. Tough decisions have to be made, forward-looking views have to be considered, and any missteps of wrong decisions are subject to scrutiny and criticism in the media, in townhalls, and even in Congress. Given that high-pressure situation, utility professionals would be forgiven for being hesitant to step into the C-Suite, but certain leaders have been unequivocally rising to the occasion in recent years to guide utilities into the energy industry of tomorrow. Last year, Garrick Rochow joined the Energy Central Power Perspectives Podcast when he was still freshly minted as the President and CEO of Consumer Energy, but at the time of recording this follow up episode with him he had just crossed the two year mark as the head of the Michigan power company. Garrick and Consumers Energy were kind enough to invite podcast host Jason Price to visit the Consumers Energy campus in person for this special episode to discuss what Garrick has learned in his time as CEO and what the future looks like for Consumers Energy. Key Links Full Post with Episode Transcript: https://energycentral.com/o/energy-central/episode-105-leadership-evolution-utility-c-suite-garrick-rochow-president-and-ceo Garrick Rochow's Energy Central Profile: https://energycentral.com/member/profile/garrick-rochow/about Garrick's first appearance on the podcast: https://energycentral.com/o/energy-central/energy-central-power-perspectives%E2%84%A2-podcast-episode-29-rising-moment-creating Did you know? The Energy Central Power Perspectives Podcast has been identified as one of the industry's 'Top 25 Energy Podcasts': https://blog.feedspot.com/energy_podcasts/
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My Polyglot Life - En Francais
Découvre l'histoire de Ran Erez, product manager chez Monday.com, et comment il a appris le français pour rendre hommage à son grand-père. En appliquant les principes AGILE pour apprendre le français, il a pu atteindre un niveau B2 en un an. Interview disponible sur YouTube avec des sous-titres en français et en anglais. Sommaire de cette interview inspirante: L'échec du "transfer learning" (Duolingo & fluidité) et les avantages de l'apprentissage par la pratique. Exemples des principes de l'apprentissage agile appliqués à l'apprentissage du français. Pourquoi Ran a sauté les examens de niveaux inférieurs (A2, B1) et est allé directement au B2 et comment il a étudié pour maîtriser tous les sujets nécessaires pour réussir le test. Mets de l'ordre dans tes priorités : tu n'atteindras pas le niveau B2 en 1 an seulement en prenant un cours d'une heure chaque semaine. L'expérience de Ran avec les applications d'apprentissage des langues : l'application idéale existe-t-elle? Comment rendre ton propre parcours d'apprentissage plus ludique avec des défis personnels. Pourquoi traduire à partir de ta langue maternelle te ralentit. Créer de bonnes habitudes d'étude Comment gérer les erreurs et les corrections d'erreurs et choisir le meilleur tuteur ou professeur pour toi. La vie ne s'arrête pas au B2 ! Qu'y a-t-il après ? Si tu veux entrer en contact avec Ran, dis-moi et je ferai les présentations. Liens*: • Articles "Learning a language in 12 months, product management style" "How to use comprehensible to learn French" • Trouve des tuteurs et tutrices sur iTalki • Applis pour trouver du contenu à ton niveau (comprehensible input) en français et créer des fiches de vocabulaire (flashcards): Lingopie Lingq Abonne-toi à mon compte Patreon Tu voudrais suivre le même chemin mais tu as besoin d'une coach pour te guider? Rejoins le programme "Feuille de route: coaching de 2 semaines pour créer ton plan d'action vers le niveau avancé" * Contient des liens affiliés --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mypolyglotlife/support
TIME STAMPS: How he utilized the book up to peak week (1:23) Adjusting to the higher protein level and the reasons for the increase (5:28) Salt cravings during the prep and electrolyte consumption (9:42) Overcoming challenges when beginning this prep (14:59) Struggling with disordered eating (21:39) Other obstacles he had to overcome, such as a foot injury and a big move right in the middle of the prep (22:38) The Master Press (23:23) How his foot injury affected his training (29:39) Leaning on his faith during the prep and healing (35:11) The mental growth that happens during a prep (39:33) Using a sauna (49:39) Colt's upcoming shows the rest of this season (52:13) Trends he's seen with his clients and what's sustainable (54:49) Handling cravings on the ketogenic diet (59:12) Nutrient density vs. volume (1:04:09) Extremely high water intake (1:07:22) SUPERSETYOURLIFE.COM is a HEALTH-FIRST movement dedicated to empowering your aesthetic journey, specializing in KETO-CARNIVORE nutrition and BODYBUILDING coaching plans. Book your free 15-minute phone consultation with Coaches Colt & Taylor: https://calendly.com/ssyl/meet-greet or text “coaching” to (206) 743-1346 All of the supplements we take: https://supersetyourlife.com/collections/supplements Skullbellz™ & Metabolic Nutrition® Merchandise: https://supersetyourlife.com/collections/merch Skull dumbbells & barbells: https://supersetyourlife.com/collections/skullbellz%E2%84%A2 *if items are out of stock, please subscribe to the channel for production updates!* To custom order your own skull cable attachment, any color you like: https://supersetyourlife.com/products/rope-cable-attachment-extra-long To Order Celtic Sea Salt & Redmond Real Salt: https://supersetyourlife.com/collections/supplements
A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom
Move over butter, ghee is on the rise! My guests on this episode of A Healthy Bite are the founders of Simply Ghee, and they're sharing everything you could ever want to know about this golden superfood! Listen using the player above, but also make sure to use the table of contents below to read more about ghee. Just for you, they've created the coupon code OMGhee to save 20% at SimplyGhee.com. (Nope, this is not a sponsored post and I'm not an affiliate for the product. As I often do, I'm sharing information about a fantastic product that I believe in, because I think it will be beneficial for you!) What is Ghee and How Is it Made? Ghee comes from the process of separating the various components of butter. Technically speaking, ghee is almost clarified butter. Keep reading. So, how is ghee made? Well, butter is made up of saturated fat, sugar, protein and moisture. When it is heated on low heat, it melts and separates the solids of lactose and casein from the fat and moisture. Those solids sink to the bottom and as the heat cooks more the fat (oil) becomes clearer. Once done, you can see down to the bottom of the pot where the solids have adhered to the bottom. The solids are responsible for imparting a caramelized/slightly nutty flavor profile in ghee. Is Ghee better than butter? Yes and no! Simply put, ghee is butter without lactose (sugars) and casein (proteins) and moisture leaving behind the beautiful saturated fat. Beyond clarified butter which always contains solids. Ghee is way purer! Ghee is purer than butter but good grassfed butter also has many healthy benefits too. Those who might have issues with dairy can tolerate ghee without lactose and casein since these two culprits have history doing so with lots of folks gastrointestinal systems.Simply Ghee Is Ghee Healthy Ghee has numerous health benefits! Here are just a few: Rich in essential, health-boosting vitamins, minerals and nutrients, ghee has plentiful amounts of fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E, and K. These nutrients nourish and protect the brain and boost the immune system. In addition, ghee aids the body's absorption of fat-soluble nutrients from other foods.Heals and repairs the digestive tract - In Ayurveda, ghee is believed to aid in digestion. Because it only contains trace amounts of milk, it is suitable for most people with dairy allergies and also fits the Paleo diet.Perfect balance of Omega 3, 6, and 9, the same fatty acids found in foods like avocado and salmon.Contains conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) which has been shown in studies to lower cholesterol and high blood pressure. CLA may help reduce tumors, inflammation, and help fire up the metabolism. A study on a rural population in India showed a significantly lower prevalence of coronary heart disease in men who consumed higher amounts of ghee.Increases energy levels, according to Ayurvedic Medicine, by supplying life force to the body and mind. Learn more about the health benefits of ghee. Ghee Benefits According to The Complete Book of Home Remedies by Dr. Vasant Lad, mixing a small amount of ghee in warm milk may help relieve constipation. Beyond the health benefits ghee helps to protect and brighten the skin, according to Vogue in Why Ghee Should Be Part of Your Skincare Routine. Apparently, it can act as a carrier to increase the potency of other ingredients when mixed together and applied to the skin. It is said to help fight dryness and fine lines while being an ideal moisturizer for rosacea prone skin. What is A2 Ghee As I mentioned in the podcast, I first noticed A2 milk while shopping. I'd never heard of it and I grew up on a dairy farm; so I immediately began looking up studies and research that had been compiled on the topic. Here's what I found: All milk contains proteins, one of them is casein and it makes up about 80% of the total. The most common forms are A1 Beta-Casein and A2-Beta Casein,
The only podcast episode you'll ever need to discover the truth about raw milk, its health benefits, how you've been lied to and more! Support the podcast by getting yourself an Ekster wallet with code 2AM using the link here! TIMESTAMPS: (0:00) Ekster x The 2AM Podcast (2:00) Dairy puns (2:40) Rockefeller hates raw dairy (10:50) What is raw milk? (11:20) Milk alternatives (14:30) Food poisoning (17:00) Quality & foodborne illness (17:30) Magical benefits (20:00) Improves skin health (20:40) Prevents nutrient deficiencies (28:10) The 3 tier dairy system (30:30) Milk preparation methods (33:00) Lactose intolerance & A1 vs A2 dairy (36:35) How do you find a good source of quality dairy? (40:30) Fix your diet first (43:25) Making the switch (44:50) Bonus: Using raw milk for your skin (45:20) Outro SOURCES: The CDC reports that there are an estimated 48 million foodborne illnesses diagnosed each year. Of these 48 million illnesses, only about 42 (about 0.0005 percent!) each year are due to consumption of fresh, unprocessed (raw) milk. A study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology involved 8,000 children with various diets, and one of the conclusions that researchers made was that by drinking raw milk, children experienced “naturally immunizing” effects. Follow Joshua Rainer on Twitter FOLLOW THE 2AM PODCAST: ALL PLATFORMS
Today on Subscribing to Wellness we are joined by Founder and CEO of Alec's Ice Cream, Alec Jaffe. Former USC football player turned ice cream maker, Alec is on a mission, creating an ice cream made up of the worlds only certified regenerative organic A2 dairy and carbon neutral regenerative cane sugar. This ice cream is actually making a positive impact on the planet. We unpack all of these buzz words with Alec to understand what exactly A2 dairy is and better understand the regenerative farming techniques they are using. Episode Fun Facts: 1) Alec's supports regenerative farming as well as A2 dairy because it is the very best way for us to holistically care for our earth and the lives of all the creatures on it. 2) Alec's flavors are delicious and include Tahitian Vanilla, Chocolate Chip, Salted Caramel Latte, Mint Chocolate Chip, Honey Blueberry Lavender, and Match Chocolate Chip. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/subtowellness/support
Robert was born with a birth defect called Fibular Hemimelia. His mother made a hard decision when he was 10 months old to amputate his leg. Growing up wasn't easy, he lost his home in a house fire when he was young , suffered through some abusive circumstances as well as other hardships . As a young man he had to adapt to PMA as he calls it "Positive Mental Attitude". Sports as a way to show people what I can do instead of what I can't. Robert was able to turn his Test into his Testimony and began embracing his disability. This has led me to be on several Tv Shows such as ; American Ninja Warrior, Ink Masters, 7 Seconds, Returning the Favor with Mike Rowe, and much more. He then created his speaking company Limb Possible, and helped create a non profit Limb Kind where he has traveled around the world helping underprivileged children recieve prosthetics. In 2019 a short film about my life "Able" was nominated for an Emmy. You can learn more about Robert via his website Robertanthony.us and connect with him on Facebook and Instagram For more information about James Roberts (the host of the podcast), visit jamesowenroberts.com and connect with him on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Youtube, Tik Tok and Instagram He participated in his first CAF event when he was 21 and from there fell in love with the organization and has been a part of it since! Robert Quotes " CAF and the amazing community involved has been so helpful a long my journey and I am honored to call myself a CAF Athlete'' Robert has played on the Amp 1 Basketball Team and competed in NBA half times, USA Sitting Volleyball Nationals and the A2 team, Para Spartan World Championships. He is a Player on the USA Amputee Soccer Team and is now a USA Elite Paratriathlete with 4 World Races under his belt in his 2nd year of Triathlon. Robert Quotes " My goal is to empower others and show them "Anything's Possible ".
In this podcast episode, Dr. Anthony Gustin, along with his guests Joe and Serenity Carr of Serenity Kids, answers the question - is there a clean baby formula brand out there? You'll likely be shocked to learn that 99% of baby formulas on the market contain harmful ingredients like GMO corn and industrial seed oils. When Joe and Serenity realized that, they set out to make a healthier version that was nutrient-dense and much closer to the actual nutrient breakdown of breastmilk. You'll hear all about their journey in this episode where they discuss how they discovered that the formula options on the market were terrible for you and why they set out to make a healthier, more nutrient-dense alternative. They'll also share why they chose specific ingredients, why other formula manufacturers aren't doing the same, how large amounts of heavy metals get into baby foods, and more. You'll also learn the difference between A1 and A2 protein in formula and why that matters and how formula manufacturers are cutting costs at the expense of our health. If you don't know Joe and Serenity Carr, they're a husband and wife duo behind the clean baby food brand Serenity Kids. After seeing how bad the baby food options were on the market, they decided to create their own using nutrient-dense proteins, healthy fats, and savory vegetables instead of sugar, grains, and other harmful ingredients. Joe and Serenity recently launched their toddler formula and they share all about it in this episode. Here's a peek at everything Joe, Serenity, and Dr. Gustin get into: Joe and Serenity's background and how they found themselves in the baby food space The first food product Joe and Serenity launched and why How they chose the specific ingredients in their first baby food product The principles their baby food products and company live by Heavy metals in baby food and how this came to light Other foods high in metals and why this is a problem for growing babies What Serenity discovered with infant formula during her own search as a mother How Joe and Serenity found themselves making their toddler formula Why other companies are still using harmful seed oils in their infant formula The differences between A1 and A2 protein found in milk How Joe and Serenity's toddler formula compares to those on the market Why they chose to add a natural folate instead of a synthetic one like most formulas on the market do Population studies on breastmilk Why Joe and Serenity have a toddler formula (vs. infant formula) Why Joe and Serenity chose palm oil in their toddler formula Mentioned in This Episode Serenity and Joe Carr's website Serenity and Joe Carr's Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube channel Serenity and Joe's blog with recipes and helpful articles More Resources The Natural State Podcast Episode 128: Katie Wells - Creating a Toxin-Free Healthy Home, Raising Independent Children, Self-Exploration, and More The Natural State Podcast Episode 136: Brad Marshall - How PUFAs and Vegetable Oils Negatively Impact Health The Natural State Podcast Episode 144: Tucker Goodrich - The Science Behind Vegetable Oils and Why They're Terrible For You
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