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Drive Time with Travis Wingfield
All 22 Review, Balanced Attack, the RPO, Big Plays on Defense, Stats, Snap Counts and Scanning the Soc

Drive Time with Travis Wingfield

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 34:43


Travis is back for his favorite podcast of the week, the all-22 review. We'll break down the offense, defense, the individuals, the big plays and the stats from the Dolphins third-straight win. Plus, scanning the soc., snap counts and much more!

The Gravel Ride.  A cycling podcast
EverAthlete - Dr. Matt Smith

The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 39:36


This week we are joined by Dr. Matt Smith, Founder EverAthlete. Matt walks us through the importance of strength training for gravel cyclists. Presented by: Competitive Cyclist Join The Ridership Episode Transcription (please excuse the typos): EverAthlete - Dr. Matt [00:00:00] Craig Dalton: Hello and welcome to the gravel rod podcast. I'm your host Craig Dalton. This week on the show, we've got Dr. Matt Smith from ever athlete coming to talk to us. About the importance. Once of strength training for cyclists.  [00:00:14] Before we jump in, we need to thank this week. Sponsor competitor. cyclist.  [00:00:18] Competitive cyclist is the specialty online retailer of road, gravel and mountain bikes, components, apparel, and accessories.  [00:00:26] Featuring some of your favorite brands like pock, Castelli, Pearl Izumi on the gravel bike side. They feature frames from evil Niner. Ibis. Really creating a big selection of gravel bikes for your perusal [00:00:41] But the real difference that competitive cyclists are the gearheads equal parts customer service cycling fanatic gear heads are former pro athletes, Olympians and seasoned cyclists. With years of experience. All available by phone, email, or chat for personal. Product recommendations and hard won advice.  [00:01:00] Last week you heard me talk about my personal experience. With Maggie. I brought her through an exercise to help me find the. Perfect gravel bike for 2022 and perfect for me not. Perfect for what they had in inventory, or really put her to the fire and asked her a lot of tough questions. About designing a bike that was going to fit the type of writing that I do as an individual. So it's not like I was building, a bike for someone.  [00:01:25] In a different part of the country or a different part of the world. She really listened to me. And as I tried to point her to bikes that I thought were flat. Flashy or good-looking. She reminded me that those bikes were all good, but based on what she told me about the riding I was looking to do. She would recommend that I  [00:01:42] key in on a couple specific bikes. And to be honest, she was spot on all the bikes that she recommended. I think it was the IBUs haka. To a lesser degree and the pivot we're spot on for the types of. Bikes that i would want to ride here in marin county. [00:01:58] One of the things that might be a concern for any product you're buying online would be returns. Competitive. Cyclists has a. A hundred percent guaranteed returns. So you can shop in confidence, whether it's a component or bike, anything you need competitive. Cyclists, this has your back. So go to competitive cyclists.com.  [00:02:16] Slash the gravel ride. And enter promo code the gravel ride to get 15% off your first full price order. And free shipping on orders of over $50. Some. Some exclusions apply to go right now and get 15% off. Plus free shipping. shipping@competitivecyclists.com slash the gravel ride. And remember that.  [00:02:37] Promo code is the gravel ride. We very much appreciate their sponsorship and appreciate that they're sending a discount your way.  [00:02:45] Would that business out of the way, let's jump right into my interview with Matt from ever athlete.  [00:02:51] Matt. Welcome to the show.  [00:02:53] Dr. Matt Smith: Thanks so much for having me. [00:02:55] Craig Dalton: I'm super excited to learn a little bit about, more about your background and about other ever athlete. As I'm about seven weeks into my first program and I'm eager to talk about my experiences, but also look forward to some of the other ride strong programs. So why don't we start off by just setting the stage for the listener a little bit about yourself and then about the. [00:03:17] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. So ever athlete is now an online platform. That's dedicated to helping athletes to perform outdoors on trails in the water on bikes. W our goal is essentially to create longevity to that journey and help people improve their performance. I started out I'm a sports chiropractor and a strength coach and started ever athlete as a sports injury care clinic, actually back in 2015. [00:03:46] And since then, through the pandemic and a few other things we have transitioned into doing some in-person one-on-one work, we work with a lot of different athletes and. Different people, but, we've transitioned a lot of our efforts to the online atmosphere. [00:04:03] And I've taken a lot of the lessons that we've learned from working with high level athletes and also amateur athletes and have started creating training programs, recovery tools, and injury rehab programs online. To rewind a little bit, to give you a little bit more background about, how we started, again, we started as an injury care clinics, primarily focused on athletes and quickly. [00:04:27] Transitioned into strength training as well. We work with a variety of people, but our goal is really to meet any athlete, wherever they are on the healthcare spectrum or the health and performance spectrum, whether they're dealing with an injury or looking to make it to the Olympics. [00:04:44] That's been the premise of ever athlete since we began. And that's just been amplified in the last few years. So that's a little bit about us.  [00:04:52] Craig Dalton: That's interesting. When you started, obviously what you went through chiropractic college, did you act as a traditional sports focused chiropractic professional originally, and then see that these were all different pieces of the same puzzle you were trying to solve for your clients? [00:05:08] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. So before I ever went to, I went to a school called Palmer west for grads. And before I went to Palmer and throughout my time going to Palmer I was working as a strength coach. And so I've worked in strength conditioning for about 15 years. And so when I graduated, I went to work at a pretty cool sports therapy clinic out in Austin, Texas where we were not traditional chiropractic. [00:05:34] So it was. A lot of people think about chiropractic as, if you're going into a chiropractic clinic you're coming in to get adjusted and it's a mill, I've never practiced in that way. I've always been more focused on soft tissue therapy corrective exercise, rehab work in a lot of other modalities. [00:05:53] And so from the beginning of ever athlete, we've always. W we've always worked in a non-traditional sense with people, going through soft tissue work, teaching exercises and then leveraging for the more functional training and exercise now as a preventative and wellness model. And so it's always been a little non-traditional, it's always been athlete focused. [00:06:17] Especially from the beginning phases, but initially it was a little bit more like I think of our company as a company that just solves problems for athletes. And initially we were very focused on solving solving the problems that athletes would have when they're dealing with injuries. [00:06:33] And now we're diving far more into the performance space and also preventing injuries.  [00:06:40] Craig Dalton: That's super interesting and resonates with me personally. I know the relationships I've had with the chiropractic community, the ones that have been the strongest have always been the ones that looked at my problem or my challenge holistically and never, just simply as a chiropractor, because honestly, as a athlete, I could care less about whether you call it chiropractic work, what you're doing on me, or it's stretching or strengthening or advice. [00:07:07] I just want to have that session. Get through whatever hurdle I'm going through and learn tools and techniques to prevent me from, arriving at whatever acute injury probably led me through the door in the first  [00:07:20] Dr. Matt Smith: place a hundred percent. And I think, to, to your point, I've never cared if anyone called via chiropractor, I've never really, I don't know if I fully identify as any one. [00:07:32] I don't fully identify as a chiropractor. It's certainly a part of what I do and has taught me a lot, but it's like a piece of it. And for me, the chiropractic profession, there are a ton of really great practitioners who do a phenomenal job and focus on educating people and creating self-reliance in patient groups. [00:07:52] And that was really the big thing for me, especially early on when. Transitioning out of this role of having people rely on me constantly. And, especially with our online stuff, creating more affordable avenues for people to get good high performance, health care and performance training has been a huge form of wellness. [00:08:15] Whereas a lot of times, if you're thinking about wellness from a chiropractic sense, it's, going to see your chiropractor once a week for, your entire life. And for me, just from a professional mindset, I've never wanted a hundred percent resonated with, having that be my life's work, I've always, really wanted to educate people more and provide. [00:08:36] More self-reliance through practical resources and that's really what we've evolved into has been fast-tracked due to the pandemic, but but it's been a really interesting, this project, this online platform has been this like second evolution I've ever athlete that have been very stoked. [00:08:54] Yeah,  [00:08:54] Craig Dalton: a hundred percent. It's never one single thing. And I think if for the listener, if you've got a relationship with a chiropractor that just feels like they just have to keep coming back in and they're not advising you on how to change your life or how to avoid the situation you're in. And it just becomes this weekly crutch that becomes one expensive and two, in my opinion, just not in your best in. [00:09:16] Dr. Matt Smith: A hundred percent, and a lot of those models are based off of what insurance companies will pay out for, in terms of getting reimbursed as a professional. And I've always worked outside of those lines, from the beginning, we've never been a part of the insurance game. [00:09:32] And so it's been, for me, that's forced me to provide value in a way that is. Far different than trying to fit into that type of model. And that's pushed me forward into saying how do we provide maximum value and self-reliance, and, empowerment for people not on a one-on-one basis. [00:09:53] And yeah, it's been, it's not to downplay Cairo. There's a ton of really great chiropractors out there. There's phenomenal. Hands-on practitioners. And a lot of times, people go through injuries or situations where they need some guidance. But I think the bottom line for me in terms of, what I pride myself on is teaching it's helping people become more resilient on their own. [00:10:17] And that's really been our focus with every athlete from the.  [00:10:21] Craig Dalton: Yeah, I think I became aware of ever athlete probably first through Kate Courtney on Instagram, going through her exercise routine. And I'm pretty sure it predated any of the kind of ride strong and run strong and try strong programs that you've put out there. [00:10:38] So I know when I started to see those things arrive in this online platform that you guys had been working on throughout the pandemic, I guess it really spoke to me in a different way. To see these programs being very specific to me as a cyclist was just one of those pushes that helped me get off the dime and start. [00:10:58] Can you talk about why strength training is important for cyclists and why it might be important for us to back off a little bit in our riding routine, particularly in the off season, quote unquote and what we should look forward to throughout a strength training? Yeah.  [00:11:15] Dr. Matt Smith: I think, the conversation about how strength training can fit in for cyclists can go in a lot of different directions. [00:11:23] I think the, one thing to constantly come back to is the fact that sitting for long hours, Is not like it's pretty new for the human body. This is in terms of our evolution and what we're really designed for. That's not exactly in line, even though it's very fun. It's not exactly attuned to what is most healthy for us movement wise. [00:11:48] And so it's not to say that riding a bike is bad. It's just to say that there's an expense. And one of the ways that you can combat that expanse. And ensure that you can do it for longer and potentially with more effectiveness, more power is to implement some strength training. And the identification that, Hey, riding a bike, being in a flection posture pedaling for long hours, the posture that you have to be in while you're on a bike is not super beneficial for the overall. [00:12:22] Human body. And again, one of the ways that we can bring the body back into balance, bring it back to a healthier state is to implement some strength training techniques. And one of the biggest misconceptions when people start thinking about, Hey, I'm an endurance athlete. I, I don't want to train like a powerlifter and I don't want to train like a bodybuilder. [00:12:44] You know that's, those are barriers that, you certainly don't need to start becoming a powerlifter. If you're going to implement some basic strength principles as a part of your training plan. And you can have a tremendous effect. By just implementing some basic movements, getting some good hip extension, thinking about turning your glutes on and driving your hips all the way forward. [00:13:05] We sit in hip flection constantly on the bike, and that can be pretty detrimental for the low back long-term and the hips long-term. And strength training is a really great way to start. Counteracting some of the repetitive stress that you'll find on the bike and it doesn't take that much, it doesn't take a huge commitment. [00:13:22] It's the simple things that you implement over time that can have a pretty tremendous impact on your overall health, but also your performance on the bike. Yeah,  [00:13:32] Craig Dalton: that makes sense. I think most listeners have probably had one of those days where they've just spent so long on the bike. [00:13:38] By the time they got up, it was difficult to stand fully around. Yes. And that's a very acute sign that, that's the way your body feels on every ride, probably to some small degree. And I know for one I need to work at a standing desk because I just don't want to add any more sitting position in my life for the amount of time I'm actually riding. [00:14:01] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. I think that's a super smart move and, . Your comment about, seeing some Kate Courtney's exercises and some of the stuff that she'll put up on, on Instagram, and I've worked with Kate for years now. And I think even with the stuff that she puts out, it's super cool to see what an elite world-class athlete can do. [00:14:24] But I think when it comes to, the audience, who's listening to this podcast and also just like the endurance community over. There's a lot of really high level endurance athletes that are novice strength athletes. They just don't have, they haven't developed the same skill set that they have aerobically when they're in the gym. [00:14:44] And, the bang for your buck that you can get out of like really simple things that don't look cool on Instagram. Bodyweight rose and simple deadlifts or even bridges. I think that, the more exposure that we can give to like how simple it can be for people to implement, very effective tools in their training program. [00:15:03] That's a critical thing because a lot of people think, when they see Kate's stuff or they'll see some of the things that Ali. It's making a little bit more flamboyant than it needs to be. And so a lot of the programs that we put out get to the bare bones of, simple patterns that bring the body back into balance and build a more resilient system overall. [00:15:24] Craig Dalton: Yeah. For the listener, I can attest that in the beginner program, I have not. Balanced on a balance board and brought a dumbbell around my head, like Kate has done in our recent Instagram post. She was just  [00:15:36] Dr. Matt Smith: doing that 15 minutes ago in the other room.  [00:15:39] Craig Dalton: That it's awesome. And funny because I do have a balanced board, so I like dream of getting there, but time will allow that  [00:15:46] Dr. Matt Smith: to happen. [00:15:47] Yeah. And that's a great, I think that's a pretty good segue in terms of. How you parse out your time? Like how can you, everything costs when it comes to training, right? Like it costs time. It costs energy and how to be most effective for a lot of people doing some like simple stuff, not getting too overwhelmed with balance board stuff or anything like that. [00:16:10] Stuff is very effective and can be very fun. But starting with the foundational principles of just good healthy positions and movement can be. Equally, if not more beneficial and as much more accessible. So  [00:16:23] Craig Dalton: for sure. And I know when I reached out to your team originally, and I came in the front door as any other customer would, and it just said, here's the deal. [00:16:31] I, I'm a lifelong cyclist and may have done some strength training. Many years ago, but essentially I'm a beginner in this, where should I start? And the recommendation was this eight week beginner strength program, which I'm seven weeks into at this point of the recording. And it's been good. [00:16:48] We started at a very basic level, half an hour long workouts, maybe at this point, they're about 45 minutes long, but they add up and you're not asking. You've never asked me to do any massive weightlifting or anything like that. It's just been about getting these basic motions down and introducing these concepts to my body, which it's been paced out in a great way. [00:17:13] For me. I've never felt overly sore from an exercise or anything like that. It felt very appropriate and I feel a lot more confident reaching the end of this program about what's next than I did when I first start.  [00:17:25] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. And that's the whole premise. It's one of the most challenging things. And I really commend you for being such an inexperienced athlete and also saying, Hey, this is a new skill set or one that I haven't visited for a long time. [00:17:42] Let me start with victories. Let's build up some victories in the bank and give myself some things that are fairly simple to do. And I'm just going to continue to hammer them out and take bite. A bite sized approach to the whole thing is really the premise behind the beginners program. It's that the program is designed to be very simple and progress over time. [00:18:06] And. And what that allows you to do is to reintegrate some of the software programs in your body and your brain that it takes to squat well, or to activate your glutes or to hold a side bridge position or whatever else. The things that you lose from not doing. And especially if you've been riding a lot for many years and have not done any strength work, that's where you get the most bang for your buck. [00:18:34] It's like integrating these simple patterns in bite ways, and then you can make it more complex and add volume and add more load over time. But that's really the premise behind the beginners programs like to be ultimately accessing. And then lead in to some of the other ride strong programs that we have that give a little bit more specific to positions that you'll find on the bike and get you a little bit more, we'll we add in little, different tempos to exercises, more load increase the stability demands and, we add difficulty in a variety of ways, but starting out with foundational movement where you're just learning good patterns. [00:19:12] And practicing those things so that you can load them more effectively later without getting injured is really what our goal was when developing that, that  [00:19:21] Craig Dalton: program. Yeah. That's certainly been one of my focuses is to really look at the instruction and make sure my body to the best of my ability. Is it a hearing to the correct shape and. [00:19:33] 'cause I know, like anytime we're adding dumbbells in that if I have poor form, if I'm curling my back, if I'm not getting the squat in the right position, that's not going to serve me well, as real weight starts to be added into the equation. Yep.  [00:19:48] Dr. Matt Smith: And one of the biggest misconceptions, I think that's out there right now is like, there's this like global agreement that strength training is good for endurance health. [00:20:01] But poor staff, poorly executed strain training could be the absolute worst thing for an endurance athlete. And, you get a lot more out of performing a good unloaded squat or lunge or hinge without heavy loads. If you just do the pattern well, you get just as much, if not more out of that than using really heavy load. [00:20:26] And having poor form or potentially hitting, faltering in your movement pattern in a way that could injure you. And coming back to Hey, what's the point of all this, the point of all this is to reintegrate healthy patterns for the body and bring it back to balance and then start to add some load to build strength and power is really where we come from. [00:20:47] Craig Dalton: So as a cyclist, one of the things I noted in this beginner strength program, which I think of your programs, that this is obviously more generic to just get me started, but there is a fair amount of upper body work that goes on. And as a weak upper body cyclist, that was, that's probably one of the bigger transitions. [00:21:06] Can you talk about why we're working kind of the upper body and arms as well as the legs and these moves.  [00:21:11] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah, in that specific program. So in the beginner strength program, the goal of the program is really just to develop not only strength, but just overall athletics. And a robust system. And so in that program specifically, it's really teaching you different patterns with the upper body so that you get a little bit more balanced. [00:21:32] And I think when it comes to, our ride strong programs and some of the upper body work that we do more specific to the bike, that stuff is critical. For a couple of different reasons, it's critical in the same way that like building up foot strength is very important for running. In the sense that that's your, it's like one of your primary contact points on the bike. [00:21:53] And if you don't control well with your provider, if you don't have strength, endurance, grip, strength and solid control of your upper body, especially in gravel riding with the. Amount of time that you're on the bike, you can start running into not only acute situations where you crash or, you just lose control of your bike. [00:22:14] But also longterm, you can just start running into poor posture on the bike, which leads to all kinds of issues, not only in the upper body, but also sometimes in the lower back in the neck. And building up a certain degree not again, not we're not doing like bicep curls and heavy bench press with our programs. [00:22:33] It's more like integrating pushups, grip strength from hanging. Pull-ups all these different things that can be very beneficial just in terms of like control, just in terms of like confidence and control on the bike and maintaining healthy posture with your.  [00:22:50] Craig Dalton: Yeah, that resonates with me. It might be a good time to take a moment and just talk about the type of equipment that is necessary to follow these programs. [00:22:59] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. So we have a variety of programs up on the site, including no equipment programs. So we have we have a body weight strength program that's eight weeks long, and if you're looking for kind of a generic program to follow that will build up, lower body, upper body core strength. [00:23:17] That's a great one. If you've got nothing available, we also have kettlebell programs that just require one kettlebell that are also generic, very similar to the beginner strength program. But build up overall athleticism when it comes to our ride strong program. There's a pretty good amount of equipment that you need. [00:23:35] But any, Jim will have these things and then if you wanna, if you want to get pretty robust at home, you can a few of the things that we have in our programs, I'm actually looking up our equipment list right now, but we have everything. Many bands. So there's a little bands that you see people wrap around their legs and do like sidesteps or squats with long bands with handles are one piece of equipment that we use quite often that can wrap around a door handle, or a pole or a pull up bar. [00:24:06] We use barbells in our new restaurant. So we're currently putting out a 20 week ride strong program. It's like a slow release right now. But we do have a strength cycle in there with barbells. So barbells bumper plates, all that we use dumbbells, we use benches for box jumps and then for a few other exercises. [00:24:30] And I'm trying to think here,  [00:24:32] Craig Dalton: what else do we use? Yeah, I've I was lucky in that I already owned a TRX that was gathering dust and TRX that's right. Yeah. And the TRX was useful in that there were some modifications. So if you didn't have a pull-up bar, which I don't currently have a plan on getting you could do a TRX derivative of that. [00:24:52] And I, the, just FYI for the listener those stretch bands, I think for $29, I got a set of the long ones and the short ones that pretty much cover all my needs. And then I ended up just recently finding a deal on a barbell set. So ended up getting barbells thinking, I'm going to want it for this next stage, but you can take these things in incrementally and that's what I've been doing. [00:25:15] Just acquiring them when I have the finances to do.  [00:25:18] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. And just to be clear. So last year we put out six months of rod strong program. Actually more than six months, we put out a full off season of red, strong programming that required no barbell. So it was all dumbbell work, all bands, a suspension trainer, and we have all of our. [00:25:39] The one thing that I didn't mention so far was a Swiss ball. We do Swiss balls, particularly in the registrar program. Good. Because I  [00:25:46] Craig Dalton: Got one of those and didn't see it in the beginner strength program. So I was hoping I would see it in the future.  [00:25:51] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah, you will see it. If you follow the 20, which I do recommend falling that the 20 week ride strong program that we have coming out. [00:25:58] Now, if you follow that, you'll see that in core routine. Like we like to play around particularly in like kneeling positions on the ball, using it for hamstring curls and a lot of different drills. Yeah,  [00:26:12] Craig Dalton: right on. That's actually a good segue into my question. So I've, I've, I'm fortunate that I got the bug early and I'm finishing my eight weeks sort of the beginning of December. [00:26:22] What would you recommend? I move on to it. It sounds like it's that 20 week program. And if so, could describe the journey that you've created?  [00:26:31] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. And so to be clear, like what I recommend to you now, And really like the conversation should revolve around a goal. So everything that we every th the premise behind everything that we're putting out is to help people set goals and create a path from a to B and so create, do you have any races coming up in the. [00:26:54] Craig Dalton: I'm sure I will. And here's my challenge in my coachability is it's difficult for me as a family guy to plan out my race calendar. And it's often driven by balancing my desire with family obligations and, ability to travel. But so I typically end up at. Two to four gravel events, big gravel events a year, and then a smattering of local ones that I can drive to. [00:27:19] Typically they're not going to start until, March or April, I would say.  [00:27:25] Dr. Matt Smith: Okay. Yeah. Yeah. And that's that's pretty common. So if you're finishing up this beginner's program, I was looking at a calendar here and you're in the first week of December, you've got a bow. 12 to 16 weeks until you're actually racing. [00:27:43] And, you can jump into our 20 week program. I'll send you a note about this offline, but. I do recommend like our 20 week program that we're currently putting out is based on a lot of the work that we've done with pro riders and essentially have taken those concepts and made them more available to amateur and lower level competitive writers. [00:28:05] And. We start out with a six week stability phase. That's broken up into three parts. So three, two week phases, and then we go into an eight week strength cycle. That's broken up into two different four week strength blocks. And then we finished with a six week power and power endurance cycle. [00:28:27] And so the way that we've created the program, Is to allow for flexibility. So say you have 20 weeks from an event or versus having 12 weeks from an event, we can clip things out and give you a custom program to have you peaking for your event. Just based on the programs that we currently have out, and we have a few other programs outside of the 20 week program that we're currently releasing. [00:28:54] We have a five week strength and power blend. We have a six week strength and power blend and we have a 12 week progressive strength program. So there's a lot of different things that we can pull from. To basically figure out what's right for you. And this is a lot of what we're doing with people right now. [00:29:08] It's we're doing calls with people pretty often. And we include this in our membership where you can set up, you can shoot us an email and say, Hey, here's what I have going on here. My goals, do you have any suggestions for my path? And this is a lot of what we're doing day to day is trying to answer these questions for people. [00:29:24] So for you, I would recommend, jumping right in, hop right into. Our stability phase one, for this new ride strong program it'll pick up in a similar way with where you left off from the beginner strengths. And, it's in the front half of this thing it's pretty low volume. [00:29:43] It's the same concept of working on patterns. Some of the patterns in the stability phase are a little bit more specific to the bikes. You'll get that feeling a little bit more. And then the volume starts to pick up as we start getting into the later phases of the stability program and then furthermore, into the strength phase. [00:30:01] Craig Dalton: For those who are unaccustomed to strength training in their winter of their cycling season is the conflict that if you're if I'm in a power lifting phase of this program, come March and I want to go out and race. I'm just going to be too fatigued and played out to pre.  [00:30:18] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. So the way that our program works is it peaks in volume during the strength phase, because usually during that phase, like we're really timing it with a like a seasonal schedule for say, cross country, mountain biking. [00:30:34] There's a time when the writing volume is low enough to where we have an opportunity to build up in the gym and we can do a little bit more volume and can boost that there becomes a secondary time in the spring, or like the early, like late winter. We'll say where that's not the case. [00:30:53] The writing volume kicks up at. We're in full preparation mode for race season to start. And that's when the gym starts to take a back seat a little bit more and our volume needs to go down. And that's really what we do in our power, endurance phase. And we do recommend being conscious of volume. [00:31:10] Particularly if you are doing, if you're a cyclist who's competitive and you're doing a lot of time on the bike, many hours per week. Then you need to be careful with, overwhelming your system through just too much strength work. That's a huge piece of all this. And pretty much all of the, this 20 week program that we're putting out currently is very careful about volume. [00:31:33] In reference to Hey, what should I do leading up to a race. If I'm not following the direct timeline that we've written out, you can parse different things. I would take out part of the strength cycle and Mo I would like skip strength B, which is the second four weeks, and then move into the power. [00:31:49] And during. Psych part of things leading up to your race.  [00:31:52] Craig Dalton: Gotcha. And one of the fears maybe from the listener and certainly in my mind is, okay. I commit to this program. And I think in these, in the strength phase, a it might even be three workouts a week, trying to figure out how to squeeze that in with riding and riding for pleasure. [00:32:10] I think for a lot of my listeners writing as an outlet, that is, is not. Necessarily about the competitive nature of it. It's like what we crave every week to get out there and get in the wilderness. Can you just talk about, R D would you advocate lifting and riding in the same day? Is there a certain number of rides per week that you think about that athletes would typically have in their program? [00:32:35] In addition to these, the strength training routine?  [00:32:39] Dr. Matt Smith: It really depends. This is a pretty subjective. Topic, because different writers who are doing, there'll be writers who are doing high volume on the bike, but really this is like the first time that they've done any strength training. [00:32:55] Versus there are writers who are not doing as much volume on the bike who are very familiar with strength training and have that cash in the bank. And so their response to strength volumes can be. And the way that I typically like the way that we've structured this whole program is to be two days of strength. [00:33:13] And then you have, and these days are like 30 to 45 minutes in the starting phases. And then they kick up to about 45 minutes. And then we have a third session each week, which is a 20 minute core routine. And you can repeat that throughout the week whenever you'd like, so you can do it once a week. [00:33:30] You can do it twice a week. And so you can stack things to whatever makes sense for you. And part of the reason that we did that is we want to have a fairly flexible plan for people because it is, there's just such a variety of. Have, not only people's schedules, but also how they respond to training what their life off the bike looks like. [00:33:50] Nothing is going to be perfect. And so in terms of, what would be ideal, usually we'll stack strength days on very light low intensity riding day. Is historically what I've done and, I've had other writers that try and do strength and an intense ride on the same day. [00:34:11] But if you're just a recreational rider, who's doing it for the enjoyment which, everyone should be doing it for the enjoyment, but I would recommend maximize your enjoyment on the bike. Don't let any part of your training program steal that from you. Consider your strength work as like you're contributing to the longevity of you enjoying your time on the bike and don't have your strength work, be so intense that it starts pulling away from that. [00:34:39] So think of it as a long-term plan, we don't hit home runs with this program is all singles and doubles. And you really if you're starting strength work as a masters cyclist this year, consider it like a 20 year. And don't try and change everything in your first year of doing that. Dip your toes in the water. [00:34:57] Just add maybe one to two days of strength, per week. And just see, I would say two days is probably the. The like optimal range, particularly for someone who's riding quite a bit add that in and do it in a way that doesn't completely disrupt your writing schedule. Particularly if you're like very comfortable with, a fairly strict writing schedule and you know exactly how you're going to respond to that. [00:35:21] Just add a little dose of strength. Don't try and go ham on the. Yeah, that  [00:35:27] Craig Dalton: makes a ton of sense. It's been interesting for me personally, as this eight week period, it just happens to be a period where for whatever reason, I just haven't had a lot of opportunity to ride. So it's been, I don't feel like I've got that. [00:35:41] Balance yet. So as I enter this next phase and feel a little bit more compelled to get in quote, unquote, riding shape, I want to get out there more. So I'll have to circle back with the listener and inform them how I'm doing on finding that balance between the strength training and the riding I love to do for pleasure. [00:35:58] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah. And I think that you're certainly not alone in that it's a. It can be fairly tricky, especially if you haven't done strength work for a long time, or you've never done it. It's this new habit that you it's no one can address it the same way. No one can implement it the same way. [00:36:20] And so figuring out. What works best for you and playing around with, scheduling and, allowing yourself a little bit of flexibility on the front end to see how you respond to strength, work and see how you feel on big rads after that, taking the time to really observe and see what works for you. [00:36:38] Not necessarily everyone else is a critical piece to making sure that, strength and recovery work stays a part of your game plan for a long.  [00:36:47] Craig Dalton: Yeah, right on. That makes a ton of sense. And I think for the listener, check out the ever athlete website, I'll link to it in the show notes. [00:36:54] There's, as Matt's described, there's a lot of programs there that the subscription is quite affordable. From what I've seen out there, I was really pleased and I didn't get hit by some massive dollar number. So kudos to you and hope you get the volume you need. Cause I know the production values high and the effort you guys have put into designing these programs is quite substantial. [00:37:14] Dr. Matt Smith: Yeah, no, we. Our whole goal with it is to make the lessons that we've learned with different athletes and also working from an injury care perspective. Making those lessons accessible to people is that's the. That is the thing. That's the legacy that I would want to leave behind, for my career. [00:37:37] And so in terms of the dollar, the pricing of our platform will not go up from what it is. It'll probably go down at some point, but. Our goal is to make stuff accessible, particularly for people that we love hanging out with, which includes gravel cyclist, mountain bikers, road, cyclists, like we love supporting people's active lifestyle. [00:37:56] And in terms of covering our costs and all that, like w we're doing great and more than anything, it's been a really interesting project. And, we're excited to keep. Yeah.  [00:38:08] Craig Dalton: Thanks so much for all the time and insight matter, really enjoyed the conversation, hopefully for the listener, it wasn't too much of a Greg's journey to strength training. [00:38:16] I feel like I got a lot out of it, but hopefully it's translated to everybody listening and you can find your own journey.  [00:38:23] Dr. Matt Smith: Oh yeah. Hey, thanks so much for having me on Craig. This is spot cheers  [00:38:27] Craig Dalton: Huge. Thanks for Matt for joining us this week, I learned a ton on my personal journey to strength training. I actually just knocked out another exercise before recording this outro. So I'm finishing week eight and feeling good about my journey and continuing on through the winter and hopefully hitting 20, 22 much stronger as a person and as a gravel cyclist.  [00:38:50] Another huge, thanks to competitive cyclist or appreciate their support of the podcast. Remember, visit competitive cyclists.com/the gravel ride and enter the promo code, the gravel ride for 15% off your order.  [00:39:05] Finally, if you've got any feedback for the show or would like to connect with other gravel cyclists around the world. I invite you to join the ridership. Simply visit www.theridership.com to join our free community and communicate with thousands of other cyclists around the world. Until next time.  [00:39:25] Here's to finding some dirt under your wheels.  [00:39:29]   

Chicago Bears Podcast: Bears Banter
Bear & Balanced: The good, the bad, and the Nagy

Chicago Bears Podcast: Bears Banter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 46:29


Jeff and Lester have a jampacked episode this week talking about the Bears and Ravens game, the performances of Robert Quinn, Andy Dalton, Roquan Smith, Justin Fields, Matt Nagy and so much more. Also find out who/what they picked for their weekly categories of; Trench Tribute Sweet Tweets Caught up in a numbers game The 3 Bears: Hot, cold, just right! The Fields Report Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Windy City Gridiron: for Chicago Bears fans
Bear & Balanced: The good, the bad, and the Nagy

Windy City Gridiron: for Chicago Bears fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 46:29


Jeff and Lester have a jampacked episode this week talking about the Bears and Ravens game, the performances of Robert Quinn, Andy Dalton, Roquan Smith, Justin Fields, Matt Nagy and so much more. Also find out who/what they picked for their weekly categories of; Trench Tribute Sweet Tweets Caught up in a numbers game The 3 Bears: Hot, cold, just right! The Fields Report Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

From Better Half to Boss with Tavia Redburn
71: A Unique Way to Plan 2022 for a Well-Balanced and Successful Year (with Seran Glanfield)

From Better Half to Boss with Tavia Redburn

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 34:32


If you've been hanging out with me for a while now, you'll know how I LOVE goal setting. And now that we are nearing the end of this year, this is an essential part of my business process. I always take the last week in December to look back at the previous year and set goals for the upcoming year. I've developed my own system that I've been using since 2017, and I love it! But honestly, after talking to today's guest, I'm going to switch up my methods for sure! I know y'all are with me in preparing for the upcoming year. So if you want to get a fresh take on how to place for 2022 or if you have no idea how to plan and want to know how to do it, this episode is for you! Better be prepared to take notes - so much great insights and action steps in this episode!   Check out the show notes for this episode here!   I would love to serve you more! If you have any question, submit it here: www.taviaredburn.com/ask and I might answer it on the podcast! Oh and I would love to get your feedback on the podcast! Feel free to leave a review. This will help the podcast reach more people, so thank you!

Modern Minorities
Sam Yo's (balanced) geek fitness

Modern Minorities

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 47:35


“If I am off service to whoever's on the other side, if I can make one person feel a little better - then it's such a lucky thing to do for people.” Sam Yo is an acclaimed Peloton fitness Instructor, an actor / entertainer / trained movie ninja, a massive nerd, and once an ordained monk in Thailand. Sam draws his professionalism from his kaleidoscope of experiences and uses this to help others achieve their fitness and mindset potential. A Londoner of Thai heritage, Sam combines technical expertise, sick beats, and a serene mindset to challenge people on screens around the world to go further with a perfect balance of showmanship and hustle. We had all sorts of fun with one of Sharon's personal heroes - whose name may not actually be Sam. LEARN ABOUT SAM yoiamsamyo.com instagram.com/yoiamsamyo // twitter.com/yoiamsamyo onepeloton.com/instructors/bike/stest MENTIONS SONG: Turbo / Eye of the Tiger cover - youtu.be/yOu1uGtuyx4 SONG: Stan Bush / the Touch (Transformers) - youtu.be/A52--FKUQgU WIND DOWN: Ella Fitzegerald - https://spoti.fi/3qKCQS8 BOOK: George's Marvellous Medicine (Roald Dahl) - goodreads.com/book/show/74532.George_s_Marvellous_MedicineJUlie's Mother's Medicine (Rahl Dahl) PERSON: Hugh Jackman - wikipedia.org/wiki/Hugh_Jackman PERSON: Ranveer Singh - wikipedia.org/wiki/Ranveer_Singh PERSON: Emily Blunt - wikipedia.org/wiki/Emily_Blunt --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/modern-minorities/support

Kam & Kary Do Dallas
Sparkled and Balanced Visions

Kam & Kary Do Dallas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 47:16


This week Kam and Kary are joined on the mic with Spirit Visionary and Life Transformation Expert Lori Dixon. Lori gives an in depth spiritual readings on both Kam and Kary and how it translates into both current and future events to look for.Sponsor:Get 100$ off your first month by going to talkspace.com and using promo code DODALLAS

Calmly Coping
You Could Be Calmer If You Do THIS

Calmly Coping

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 8:57


My mission is all about helping you feel calmer, because I know that's what you crave when you're struggling with a mind that never shuts off and a busy schedule and overwhelm that constantly puts you in survival mode. Check out this episode to learn what to do to actually be calmer.   In this episode you will learn: My 4 tips to help you feel calmer Why coping skills aren't enough to help you feel calmer The one thing that helps you stop getting in your own way   ++++++++ Calmly Coping is a self-improvement podcast for overthinkers who struggle with high-functioning anxiety to help you feel more calm, balanced, and confident. ++++++++   LEARN MORE ABOUT CALM, BALANCED, & CONFIDENT AND APPLY https://www.calmlycoping.com/apply   ***** WORK WITH ME ***** My mission is to help you decrease your anxiety, declutter your mind, and say hello to a life of calm and balance.  Learn more about my coaching and course offerings below. https://becalmwithtati.com/work-with-me   ***** JOIN THE CALMLY COPING GROUP ***** The free supportive community for high-achievers with high-functioning anxiety.Join Today: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CalmlyCoping   ***** SAY HI ON SOCIAL ***** Website: https://becalmwithtati.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/tatianaglpc LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tatianaglpc/ Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/tatianaglpc   ****TAKE THE FREE HIGH-FUNCTIONING ANXIETY QUIZ **** http://hfaquiz.com   ***** INTRO/OUTRO MUSIC ***** Rescue Me (Instrumental) by Aussens@iter (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/tobias_weber/57990 Ft: Copperhead   DISCLAIMER All content here is for informational purposes only. This content does not replace the professional judgment of your own mental health provider. Please consult a licensed mental health professional for all individual questions and issues.

Devotionals on the Go
Seeking a Balanced Heart

Devotionals on the Go

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 12:20


We should make it our goal to seek a balanced heart, not just a balanced life.  This means we need to lovethe right thingsto the right degreein the right waywith the right kind of loveFor more Faith & Fitness content be sure to visit SoulStrength Fit and Kelly's YouTube Channel AND for kids animated Bible Study Exercise video, check out SoulStrength Fit Kids

Sleaze-Free Real Estate Investing
On The Go Episode: Are You Balanced…or Balancing

Sleaze-Free Real Estate Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 14:35


The topic of balance is something we all think about, and strive for. But as we know, it can be elusive. In this episode, recorded on the go, Jeff discusses what it feels like to always be striving for, but often failing to achieve, a state of balance. He explains the difference between balance, the noun, and balancing, the verb, and encourages us to strive for balancing (verb) rather than balance (noun).

Forge the Narrative - Warhammer 40k Podcast
FTN Episode 409 – Is Warhammer 40k Balanced? Okay.. What About Now?

Forge the Narrative - Warhammer 40k Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021


The Balance update is here and people by in large seem to be digging it.  Is it what we needed to put Competitive 40k back on track?  We are really … Read More

eLuvated
Balanced Expressions ✨

eLuvated

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 11:14


Peace and Eternal Blessings Beautiful Beings!!!

Eye on Icon
Eye on Icon - Weekly News Ep 81

Eye on Icon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 64:17


Weekly News is out! We talk launch party, markets, run through Icon 2.0 stuff, IISS, Balanced updates, Omm discussions and more! Timestamps 00:00 Intro - Launch party and markets 11:16 ICE ICE baby 14:09 Red fox Labs partnership (alpha here) 19:50 IISS 3.1 breakdown - lets talk numbers 33:11 Foundry box Media and Digital Dave marketing adventures 37:00 Balanced Updates 48:00 OMM news 56:47 other news - devs wanted/ GG and more Official Eye on Icon Community: https://t.me/Eyeonicon Not financial or tax advice. This channel is strictly educational and is not investment advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any assets or to make any financial decisions. This video is not tax advice. Talk to your accountant. Do your own research. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eye-on-icon/message

Burritos, Breaks, and Flies - A Fly Fishing Podcast
Episode 36 - Bobber Down! With Phil Rowley

Burritos, Breaks, and Flies - A Fly Fishing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 86:33


The quintenssential authority of stillwater returns the BBF podcast to enlighten us on the finer points of indicator fishing. We welcome back the one and only Phil Rowley to shed light on the magical and mystical world of well, bobbers! Balanced leeches, chironomids, and more are on order in this great discussion. This is an especially important podcast to listen to if you plan on heading out to Pyramid Lake this season! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bearfish/message

52 Weeks of Hope
How to Feel Balanced and Centered Now with Rachel Lyle

52 Weeks of Hope

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 33:57


Join Reiki Master and Meditation teacher Rachel Lyle in this comforting conversation as she simplifies mindfulness practices that you can implement as a way to feel centered and balanced immediately.  After a lifelong struggle with anxiety and depression, Rachel's now a Mindlefulness expert and explains in this episode how to be present in the moment and how you can use your energy to ground, heal, and reclaim any part of your life. Rachel bridges the practical with joyful spirituality. Such perfect timing for right now in your life.

Windy City Gridiron: for Chicago Bears fans
Bear & Balanced: Talking Fields, Roquan, Borom, the refs and so much more

Windy City Gridiron: for Chicago Bears fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 46:04


Jeff and Lester take a (mostly) level-headed look at the Bears vs Steelers game in their latest podcast. Also find out what they had for their weekly categories of; Trench Tribute Sweet Tweets Caught up in a numbers game The 3 Bears: Hot, cold, just right! The Fields Report Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Chicago Bears Podcast: Bears Banter
Bear & Balanced: Talking Fields, Roquan, Borom, the refs and so much more

Chicago Bears Podcast: Bears Banter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 46:04


Jeff and Lester take a (mostly) level-headed look at the Bears vs Steelers game in their latest podcast. Also find out what they had for their weekly categories of; Trench Tribute Sweet Tweets Caught up in a numbers game The 3 Bears: Hot, cold, just right! The Fields Report Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Calmly Coping
Is It Possible To Overcome High-Functioning Anxiety?

Calmly Coping

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 12:02


Is it possible to overcome high-functioning anxiety? The answer to this question is more nuanced than you might think, and it's what I'm going to break down in today's podcast episode. I'll be answering questions such as, what does it mean to overcome a mental health struggle? Can you overcome anxiety? If so, what does it take?   In this episode you will learn: What it means to overcome a mental health struggle The things you need to understand to overcome high-functioning anxiety What anxiety flare-ups are and how to manage them   ++++++++ Calmly Coping is a self-improvement podcast for overthinkers who struggle with high-functioning anxiety to help you feel more calm, balanced, and confident. ++++++++ REGISTER FOR THE HOW TO OVERCOME HIGH-FUNCTIONING ANXIETY WEBINAR https://www.calmlycoping.com/webinar   LEARN ABOUT MY CALM, BALANCED, & CONFIDENT PROGRAM https://calmlycoping.com/waitlist   ***** WORK WITH ME ***** My mission is to help you decrease your anxiety, declutter your mind, and say hello to a life of calm and balance.  Learn more about my coaching and course offerings below. https://becalmwithtati.com/work-with-me   ***** JOIN THE CALMLY COPING GROUP ***** The free supportive community for high-achievers with high-functioning anxiety. Join Today: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CalmlyCoping   ***** SAY HI ON SOCIAL ***** Website: https://becalmwithtati.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/tatianaglpc LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tatianaglpc/ Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/tatianaglpc   ****TAKE THE FREE HIGH-FUNCTIONING ANXIETY QUIZ **** http://hfaquiz.com   ***** INTRO/OUTRO MUSIC ***** Rescue Me (Instrumental) by Aussens@iter (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/tobias_weber/57990 Ft: Copperhead   DISCLAIMER All content here is for informational purposes only. This content does not replace the professional judgment of your own mental health provider. Please consult a licensed mental health professional for all individual questions and issues.

The Balanced Blonde Podcast // Soul On Fire
261. Dr. Daniel Amen: Optimizing Your Brain Health, Finding Happiness & Ending Mental Illness

The Balanced Blonde Podcast // Soul On Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 73:31


Dr. Daniel Amen is one of America's leading psychiatrists and brain health experts, and someone Jordan happens to be obsessed with. He's helped millions of people heal and optimize their brains, end mental illness, and live happier lives. A trailblazer in mental health, he has revolutionized how we address depression, anxiety, and stress. With 12 New York Times bestsellers under his belt, scores of celebrity patients (including Justin Beiber and Miley Cyrus), and millions of followers across social media, he's rightfully made his mark as "the most popular psychiatrist in America." Unlike most psychiatrists, Dr. Daniel Amen looks at the brain first and uses brain scans as a visual cue to explain self-sabotaging behaviors robbing us of true happiness. In this episode, Dr. Amen outlines specific steps to boost your mood with a brain care toolkit of diet and lifestyle habits. From feeding your brain the best diet (say yes to colorful fruits and veggies, no to alcohol, drugs, and fruit juice) to the mental exercises that train you to be happy and achieve your goals. Plus, discover how your brain type dictates what makes you happy and how to cultivate micro-moments into your routine to increase your overall happiness.  There is nowhere in school where they teach you to question your own thoughts, so many of us overlook – or ignore – the red flags for brain health. Dr. Daniel is rewriting the rulebook to help replace behavioral addictions with empowering strategies to think and act smarter to better our brains and be happier people, achieving our goals and bringing them to life. Thanks to https://obefitness.com/ (Obé Fitness) for sponsoring this episode. This on-demand fitness app keeps exercise fun and flexible with your lifestyle and needs. It's one of Jordan's favorite workout platforms because it takes all of the guesswork out of exercising and makes it super easy for everyone. Use the code “BALANCED” to get one month FREE at https://obefitness.com/ (obefitness.com). Thanks to https://beekeepersnaturals.com/blonde (Beekeeper's Naturals) for sponsoring this episode. This brand's mission is to boost your immune system and help you build a medicine cabinet that's both holistic and powerful. Jordan loves to kick start her day – and podcast recordings – using their B. Immune Throat Spray. Go to https://beekeepersnaturals.com/blonde (beekeepersnaturals.com/blonde) or enter the code BLONDE to get 20% off your first order.  Thanks to https://us.foursigmatic.com/special-offer-new/special-deal-coffee1?discount=blonde&afmc=blonde&utm_campaign=blonde-coffee-week&utm_medium=partner&utm_source=email&utm_content=blonde&utm_term= (Four Sigmatic) for sponsoring this episode. This mushroom coffee brand has been part of Jordan's morning routine for many years. She loves to brew a cup of dark and nutty goodness to boost her creativity and productivity throughout the day.  We have a special TBB deal for you to get up to 40% off + free shipping on their mushroom coffee bundles. Simply head to https://us.foursigmatic.com/special-offer-new/special-deal-coffee1?discount=blonde&afmc=blonde&utm_campaign=blonde-coffee-week&utm_medium=partner&utm_source=email&utm_content=blonde&utm_term= (foursigmatic.com/blonde), or use the code BLONDE at checkout.  To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: http://www.thebalancedblonde.com/podcast/ (http://www.thebalancedblonde.com/podcast/) Resources: Website:https://www.amenclinics.com/ ( amenclinics.com) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doc_amen/?hl=en (@doc_amen) TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@docamen? (@docamen) Website:https://www.thebalancedblonde.com/ ( thebalancedblonde.com) Store:https://www.thebalancedblonde.podia.com/ ( thebalancedblonde.com/shop) Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/thebalancedblonde/ ( @thebalancedblonde) The Balanced Blonde is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media)

Golden Hour
RECAST ✨Love Stories, Wellness, & Becoming a Balanced Boss w/ Jaci Marie Smith

Golden Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 62:58


https://plantstoporch.com/FREE SHIPPING & 15% OFF YOUR FIRST ORDERFREE AUDIOBOOK: http://www.audibletrial.com/goldenhourJaci Marie Smith:Jaci's Instagram: @jacimariesmithJaci's Podcast: What We Said PodcastOur Instagram: @the_goldenhourpodMichela's instagram: @michela_jeanMarit's instagram: @marit_basedSong Used:in one place... by Barradeen | https://soundcloud.com/barradeenMusic promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unportedhttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US

New Day Church
11-7-21 TAC Aaron Fb Live, "Spiritual Practice for a Balanced and Harmonious Life" - Audio

New Day Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 48:33


Living in harmony, rather than in unity, with the diversity of Creation.

Iboga Radio Show
Asgard - Bright Horizon (Original mix)

Iboga Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 3:21


Asgard - Bright Horizon (Original mix) Light in the Depths - Iboga Records http://musicshop.iboga.dk/store/view_release?release=1703 IBOGADIGITAL730 1. Asgard - Light in the Depths (Original mix) 2. Asgard - Bright Horizon (Original mix) The debut EP from Asgard takes us on a cinematic journey that begins in the depths of a mysterious underwater world. The title track 'Light in the Depths' sees us submerged in the deep blue, progressively lifting the atmospherics to the shimmering surface of light. 'Bright Horizon' is the continuation of that elevation - a bright, serene landscape that ascends the skyline. Balanced and beautifully structured, this first solo release from Asgard paves the way for a very promising new name in progressive psytrance. Roi Hausman 2021 Iboga Records Iboga Records Publishing

Iboga Radio Show
Asgard - Light in the Depths (Original mix)

Iboga Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 4:19


Asgard - Light in the Depths (Original mix) Light in the Depths - Iboga Records http://musicshop.iboga.dk/store/view_release?release=1703 IBOGADIGITAL730 1. Asgard - Light in the Depths (Original mix) 2. Asgard - Bright Horizon (Original mix) The debut EP from Asgard takes us on a cinematic journey that begins in the depths of a mysterious underwater world. The title track 'Light in the Depths' sees us submerged in the deep blue, progressively lifting the atmospherics to the shimmering surface of light. 'Bright Horizon' is the continuation of that elevation - a bright, serene landscape that ascends the skyline. Balanced and beautifully structured, this first solo release from Asgard paves the way for a very promising new name in progressive psytrance. Roi Hausman 2021 Iboga Records Iboga Records Publishing

Daily Strides Podcast for Equestrians
Riding Smooth & Balanced Upward Transitions with Your Horse

Daily Strides Podcast for Equestrians

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 12:03


How well do you ride upward transitions?  For many riders, it can feel a little frustrating and ironic how many of them are anything but 'upward' as far as energy and lightness go!  In fact, sometimes they can feel quite the opposite, flat. Upward transitions are part and parcel of every single ride you do with your horse.  From the 'halt to walk' one immediately after mounting up, to all of the others throughout the ride. The quality of each upward transition you ride will directly impact where you find yourself with your horse immediately after the transition.  Meaning, if the transition from walk to the trot was not that well prepared and then performed, chances are that you will have to work at improving the trot itself once you get there.  So, with all of this in mind, it makes sense to prepare and ride the best quality transitions you possibly can, in order to improve the whole ride. Here are the 6 essential steps to begin riding better quality and more consistent upward transitions with your horse. Read More... Free Riding Plan https://stridesforsuccess.com/planner Let's Work Together:- Connection; the Online Membership for Equestrians Daily Strides Premium Newsletter Lunging for Riding Groundwork For Riding Join Our Online Communities for Equestrians Connect in the Mindset & Fitness for Equestrians Private Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/SFS30DayRiderFitnessChallenge Connect in the Virtual Stable Lounge Private Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1499737810323191

ChooseFI
350 | Runaway Winners and the Balanced Portfolio

ChooseFI

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 41:49


With volatile assets like Tesla stock, Ethereum, and Bitcoin, how do you keep a level head while investing? In this week's episode, Brad and Jonathan are joined by friend of the show Brian Feroldi to discuss managing your runaway winner investments and balancing your portfolio! Listen along as Brian shares his strategies for evaluating stocks, creating guidelines for yourself as an investor, and mentally preparing yourself for the highs and lows of investing! Resources Mentioned In Today's Conversation Brian's Anti-Fragile Checklist! Subscribe to ChooseFI's Weekly Newsletter! If You Want To Support ChooseFI: Earn $1,000 in cashback with ChooseFI's 3-card credit card strategy Share FI by sending a friend ChooseFI: Your Blueprint to Financial Independence Track your personal finances with Personal Capital Compare, buy, and save big on insurance with Policygenius Keep learning or start a new sidehustle with one of our educational courses Slash your cellphone bill without sacrificing service with Mint Mobile Want to start your own journey to Financial Independence? Sign up for the free 5-Day FI Challenge here!

Pharmacy Podcast Network
Pain Management in the Era of COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond | The Public Health Pharmacist

Pharmacy Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 27:04


What does public health mean to you? Balanced pain policy, safe access to palliative medicines, medico-legal and political barriers to the treatment of pain; using satire and digital film as a tool to raise awareness and bring about positive reforms Bio:  Stephen Ziegler, Ph.D., J.D., is a political scientist who has focused on pain relief, access to essential medicines, and health policy reform for over two decades as a professor, pain fellow, pain scholar, and as a humorist with a law degree. His personal website can be found at www.painpolitics.com with links to the first season of his podcast. He is also a political satirist who uses digital film, and like Don Quixote, is an idealist who seeks to right wrongs in occasionally silly ways. Social Media Handles @painpolitics (Twitter) https://www.linkedin.com/in/zhealthpolicy/ Websites and Links Painpolitics.com Youtube.com/painpolitics Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Love Letters Live
STARRING IN HER OWN WEB-SERIES, DONNA RUSSO GIVES A WELL-BALANCED SOMETIMES HUMOROUS LOOK AT DISABILITY

Love Letters Live

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021


Donna Russo is the main character of Donna On the Go, her original web-series about a young woman with two non-related disabilities that cause some challenges, some difficulties and, yes, some laughter. With a childhood diagnosis of two conditions that may have stopped most people from achieving goals that were dearly held dreams, Donna forged ahead on the path...

For The COLTure
Week 9 Recap: Colts (45) vs Jets (30) | The BALANCED approach | Did Frank Reich listen to the show??

For The COLTure

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 52:10


Thanks for listening to the #ForTheCOLTure podcast!! SHOP ForTheCOLTure Shirts & Sweatshirts!! https://teespring.com/stores/for-the-... Please support the ForTheCOLTure podcast on Patreon!! https://www.patreon.com/GoColts SUBSCRIBE on YouTube!! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPkl... SUBSCRIBE & Leave a review on iTunes!! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6uEjXMu... iHeartRadio: https://iheart.com/podcast/269-for-th... http://Radio.com: https://app.radio.com/6vPE4LAXs6 Google Play: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR... Podbean: https://podbean.com/ei/pb-adkwi-d99ba2… LIKE our Facebook page!! https://www.facebook.com/ForTheCOLTur... JOIN our Facebook group!! https://www.facebook.com/groups/16518... FOLLOW us on Twitter!! Luke Diamond @ForTheCOLTure Jason Spears @ForTheCOLTure_J Best Of ForTheCOLTure @COLTure_Podcast FOLLOW us on Instagram!! Luke Diamond @colture_podcast Jason Spears @jasonspears_301

Liberty Baptist Church of Rock Falls, IL
Balanced: Balancing Vigilance vs Not Worrying - Audio

Liberty Baptist Church of Rock Falls, IL

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 42:58


Liberty Baptist Church of Rock Falls, IL
Balanced: Take What You Need - Audio

Liberty Baptist Church of Rock Falls, IL

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 41:40


11/7/2021 Sunday Morning

DeenStrong
Friday Sermon: True Piety Is Balanced

DeenStrong

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 19:43


Friday Sermon: True Piety Is Balanced by Imam Bilal Elsakka

The Dating Den
Surprising Foods for Better Sex, Balanced Hormones, and a Healthier You With Christine DeLozier

The Dating Den

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 39:08


Marni welcomes Sexual Health Specialist, Christine Delozier to the Life Check Yourself podcast. Christine is an acupuncturist and herbalist who treats every patient holistically through research and study into traditional Chinese medicine, dietary nutrition, and counseling. She shares some simple changes you can do to get your mind and body sex-life ready.    Key takeaways from this episode:  Pre-date mood-enhancing snacks  Foods that increase sensitivity in the body Minerals that make you feel sexy How traditional Chinese medicine promotes great sex   The Connection Between Physiology, Diet, and Sex [2:03] Christine believes approaching health from a natural perspective is the most effective way to take care of our bodies. In Chinese medicine, a practitioner always looks to the root of health to assist their patient, not symptoms. To achieve optimum sexual health it is best to treat the root of the issue through diet and nutrition. When we think about great sex, women tend to think about it psychologically, but physiological great sex means strong signals of pleasure are sent from our genitals and nerve endings up to our brain, therefore, balancing our sex hormones. One of the most-widespread complaints Christine receives from women is they often have low libido and difficulty achieving orgasm. What they don't realize is that the food they are eating affects each of those things. Leafy greens are great for great sex. They increase nerve conduction, blood flow, reduce cortisol, and optimize testosterone. In addition, antioxidants show stronger nerve impulses, protect against damage, and increase clitoral sensitivity.  Eating a salad is more about being healthy than losing weight.           Chomp on This Before Going on a Date [15:57] In Christine's book, Diet for Great Sex: Food for Male and Female Sexual Health, she includes a Date Night Sex Menu. She describes what greasy foods do to the libido and how refined sugars disrupt hormones and taint our testosterone. Plus, to stay confident and comfortable throughout a date, eat plenty of vitamin C and potassium before leaving the house on a date.  Oysters are known as libido-raising food due to their high zinc content.    How to Achieve Great Sex Based on Chinese Medicine [26:11] Traditional Chinese medicine teaches us that hormonal balance is the balance of Yin/Yang in the body. Yin is the feminine essence and the physical attributes of the body. Yang is male energy, think nerve conduction, and the heart beating. Balance is key.  The traditional Chinese view on sex is that when we have strong Chi we have good sex. And, the essence of life is believed to be housed in the kidneys. The embodiment of our essence is menses for women and ejaculate for males. In addition, every meal should have five main flavors. Without a bit of each,  it can throw hormones out of balance.    Make a Connection: Visit Our Website Join Our Dating Den Facebook Community Here! Learn how to attract your perfect equal...watch our latest training here! Interested in working with us? Book a Breakthrough session at DWDVIP Get a Free Coaching Session with Marni on Our Podcast - Sign up Here to Be a Guest On Our Show Download a Complimentary Copy of our Book - How to Find a Quality Guy Without Going on 200 Dates

Jappy Jaws
It's All About Balance (ft. Mia & Carleigh of Mostly Balanced)

Jappy Jaws

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 62:09


Happy Thirsty Thursday! A late one this week, but with good reason. Earlier this week, your favorite Jappy hostess with the mostest was lucky enough to attend the 'Chicks Out of the Office' live event in New York City. Lindsay discusses how the show was not only incredible, but how inspired she felt from the show. Seeing female hosts dominating the industry, and being able to put on events like this consistently motivates her to continue building her own Rome. Tyler Cameron's presence also does not hurt to see. Seeing the show this past week transitions well into today's episode. Mia and Carleigh of the podcast 'Mostly Balanced,' joins Lindsay today to talk all about all the questions we wish we had answers to. Mostly Balanced often chats about health, wellness, fitness, everyone's favorite topic - dating, and much more. Today, Lindsay got to chatting and picking the two's brains on setting boundaries in relationships (romantic and platonic), self-worth, priorities, and how team work truly does make the dream work. The three also chat about the true concept of ghosting, as well as the importance of being selfish. Balancing life at any age is something no one will ever have a set answer on, but with women in the industry like Mia and Carleigh who have these open conversations daily, makes things a bit easier to understand. Take notes, and take some deep breaths. Happy listening! Make sure you follow Jappy Jaws and Lindsay on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jappyjaws/ https://www.instagram.com/lindsayyanyaa/ Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMJvhfqHa/ Inquiries: jappyjaws@gmail.com https://linktr.ee/lindsayyanyaa The Pregame Games: Pregame Game - https://www.instagram.com/pregame_games/ https://thepregamegames.com - Use code 'JJ10' for 10% off Mostly Balanced Socials: https://www.instagram.com/mostlybalancedpodcast/ https://linktr.ee/mostlybalanced

The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)
Do Deficits Matter Anymore?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 34:08


Balanced budgets is not a term you hear often during a pandemic. Governments worldwide of all political stripes have run massive deficits to deal with COVID-19. How concerned should we be about this ballooning debt? Or do deficits not matter anymore? And, is this a temporary change, or does it reflect a larger shift in thinking about deficits and debt? A panel, including Stephanie Kelton, author of "The Deficit Myth: Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People's Economy," debates the issue. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RCCG Heavens Glorious Embassy
Bible Study: The Balanced Christian - Part 2 (11-03-2021)

RCCG Heavens Glorious Embassy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 71:26


Join us Wednesday's at 7pm on Zoom & YouTube. Podcast audio will be available at 9pm. Follow us on Podcast for all the latest HGE Services. Zoom ID# 7613491690 Feel free to share & invite friends! rccghge.org --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rccg-hge/message

Fertility Friendly Food
A Candid & Balanced Conversation about Weight & Fertility | Episode 44

Fertility Friendly Food

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 21:38


Trigger warnings:  weight, weight-centric discussions, eating disorders and miscarriage are mentioned in this episode.In this candid conversation, I dive into all things weight and fertilityHow does weight impact fertility for females and males?Should you aim for weight loss or gain?When is it NOT the right time to lose weight on your TTC journey?BMI cut-offs and fertility treatment access: the issuesA non-diet approach to fertility nutritionI sincerely hope this brings you some perspective on what can be a really loaded topic in the fertility space.Want to book in a Fertility Nutrition Intensive? Limited spots available! Click here.Welcome to Fertility Friendly Food The Podcast! I'm Stefanie, expert fertility dietitian and nutritionist, founder of The Dietologist, here to help inspire and empower you with factual nutrition information about women's and men's health, hormones and fertility & pregnancy. A virtual nutrition practice dedicated to women's health, fertility & pregnancy.Book a session with The Dietologist team to work on optimising your health and fertility using effective dietary and lifestyle strategies here.Or, for a cost-effective, 100% online fertility nutrition program you can start straight away, sign up for The Waiting Game, my 30-day program designed to improve your chances of falling pregnant using evidence-based diet and lifestyle strategies.Disclaimer: The information presented in this podcast is not to be replaced by personalised medical or dietetic advice, please speak to your health care professional before making any diet or lifestyle changes. The Dietologist and its guests do not accept any liability for any harm or damages that occur from following any of the suggestions in these podcast episodes.Save your seat in the next FREE Fertility Masterclass, '4 Fertility Diet Mistakes You're Making and What to do Instead' here (spots fill fast!): https://bit.ly/fertility-nutrition-masterclass Download my FREE ultimate pre-conception lifestyle checklist for him and for her at: https://pages.thedietologist.com.au/checklist Shop my range of meal plans, eBooks and cookbooks at: https://thedietologist.com.au/shop/ Website: thedietologist.com.au Want to work one-on-one? Apply for a Complimentary Discovery Call Instagram: @the_dietologist and @endo.dietitian  Facebook: @thedietologist and @endo.dietitian Facebook Group: Fertility Friendly Food by The Dietologist Twitter: @the_dietologist Subscribe, leave a rating and review in Apple Podcasts and share the love with a friend or family member who may enjoy the show!

Hōm Bod
72. Uplifting Women with Alaina Rupe

Hōm Bod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 31:21


Alaina Rupe, the Co-Founder of Begin Rich and Founder of the Boss Babe Association joins us today on the HomBod Podcast! Alaina is a busy mama of two beautiful little girls, runs two businesses, and volunteers 30 hours a week to coach the West High School Drill and Dance Team. With a very busy "go-go-go" schedule, she has had to learn how to effectively manage her time to avoid overwhelm. She's a business and productivity coach and will be sharing a small snippit of her Masterclass, the "Unapologetically Ambitious Guide to Sharing Your Brilliance," as we discuss how to avoid overwhelm and love your BALANCED life. Afterall, we are here to enjoy this beautiful life with a happy Home, Head, and Health!  

The Balanced Blonde Podcast // Soul On Fire
260. Mel Robbins: The High 5 Habit, Overcoming Indecisiveness & Getting Your Confidence Back with NYT Bestseller

The Balanced Blonde Podcast // Soul On Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 71:51


Mel Robbins is a motivational powerhouse whose groundbreaking work on behavioral change has impacted millions. Her internationally best-selling books, “The Five Second Rule” and “The High 5 Habit,” empower people to flip their lives around through simple, science-backed actions. I mean, you probably already know who she is if we had to guess!! She is massive on social media and beyond. Mel is a living testament that these tools work. Ten years ago, she was unemployed, crippled by anxiety and $800,000 debt. Initially, counting down from five was the only thing to get out of bed in the morning. This practice would later evolve into “The Five Second Rule,” which became the first step toward her becoming the most booked speaker in the world and changing the lives of so many who apply the rule to address issues in all aspects of their lives. Jordan shares that she's among those touched, having first discovered Mel's work while in the throes of a panic attack a few years ago.  In this deep and stimulating conversation, Mel gets candid on her professional and personal downward spiral in 2020, which saw her get fired from her dream job and threaten the future of the business empire she spent a decade building. She shares how high-fiving herself in the mirror gave her the strength to love herself through her rock bottom and the fascinating science behind the simple gesture that helps you become your own self-advocate.  Plus, you'll hear the magic of Mel's motivational wisdom in real-time as she helps Jordan make a call on an important decision (or two or three!!).  There is so much wisdom and tools for anyone out there suffering from anxiety or a lifestyle rut. But if you walk away from this conversation with anything, let it be that you have the power to be your own cheerleader and celebrate yourself, wherever you are in your journey.  Thanks to https://obefitness.com/ (Obé Fitness) for sponsoring this episode. This on-demand fitness app keeps exercise fun and flexible with your lifestyle and needs. It's one of Jordan's favorite workout platforms because it takes all of the guesswork out of exercising and makes it super easy for everyone. Use the code “BALANCED” to get one month FREE at https://obefitness.com/ (obefitness.com). Thanks to https://www.curednutrition.com/ (Cured Nutrition )for sponsoring this episode. This is the only CBD brand Jordan uses to heal her joint pain and eliminate anxiety and stress. They're simply the best on the market and you'll feel the difference as soon as you try them! Go to http://curednutrition.com/blonde (curednutrition.com) and use the code BLONDE for 15% off your order. To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: http://www.thebalancedblonde.com/podcast/ (http://www.thebalancedblonde.com/podcast/) Resources: Read: https://www.high5habit.com/#pre-order (“The High 5 Habit: Take Control of Your Life With One Simple Habit”) Website: https://melrobbins.com/ (melrobbins.com) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/melrobbins/ (@melrobbins) TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@itsmelrobbins (@itsmelrobbins) Website:https://www.thebalancedblonde.com/ ( thebalancedblonde.com) Store:https://www.thebalancedblonde.podia.com/ ( thebalancedblonde.com/shop) Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/thebalancedblonde/ ( @thebalancedblonde) The Balanced Blonde is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media)

Heavenlyfoods for Working Saints
Msg 1 - Knowing That the Situation before the Lord's Coming Will Be Like That of the Days of Noah, Living a Properly Balanced Human Life, and Being Raptured before the Great Tribulation

Heavenlyfoods for Working Saints

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 85:03


Speaker: Ron Kangas; Scripture Reading: Matt. 24:32-44; Luke 17:31-36; GENERAL SUBJECT: CRUCIAL MATTERS CONCERNING PRESENT NEEDS IN THE LORD'S RECOVERY Source: Anaheim

Baskin & Phelps
Angel Gray: The thing that impresses me the most with the Cavaliers is how balanced the team is

Baskin & Phelps

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 11:33


Angel Gray joined Baskin and Phelps to recap the Cavaliers' five game road trip and share her impressions of the team through eight games. She broke down the strengths and weaknesses of the team, as well as her thoughts on Evan Mobley and how well he's playing in his rookie season.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Windy City Gridiron: for Chicago Bears fans
Bear & Balanced: Fields shines as Bears fall

Windy City Gridiron: for Chicago Bears fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 36:30


Jeff and Lester dive back into the Bears vs 49ers game and even though Chicago dropped their third consecutive contest, they found plenty of positives to discuss. Also find out what they had in their weekly categories of; Trench Tribute Sweet Tweets Caught up in a numbers game The 3 Bears: Hot, cold, just right! The Fields Report Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The GameBrew Podcast
Episode 119.5 - A Balanced Macrobrew

The GameBrew Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 63:44


In this nice “little” macrobrew, the Brew Crew discusses what really makes a game balanced as well as the games they have been playing this week, all while imbibing some beautifully balanced brews! Tune in and check it out!

Uncharted Podcast
Uncharted Podcast #106 featuring Jareau Wadé: Importance of Self-Care and Emotional Wellness in Reaching Your Full Potential

Uncharted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 26:52


Jareau Wadé is a payments entrepreneur and recovering engineer based in Atlanta, GA. He is the Chief Growth Officer at payments infrastructure company, Finix. Prior, Jareau led product partnerships for commerce and visual search at Pinterest and co-founded Balanced, a payments company that exited to Stripe in 2015. Jareau was also the head of data acquisition at Milo.com, a local shopping search engine acquired by eBay in 2010. This week's episode was brought to you with the support of bambee.com/scale and Netsuite.com/scale --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/uncharted1/support

Life. On Purpose
Psychologist and Certified Wellness Coach Ana Vucetic On Overcoming Emotional Eating and Discovering Food Freedom

Life. On Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 51:25


Ana Vucetic is a Psychologist, Certified Wellness Coach, Founder of “Balanced by Ana” and mother of 2 beautiful boys.Driven by her own health struggles – Ana now is on a mission to help women find food freedom, end emotional eating & feel comfortable in their bodies again.She helps achieve a balanced approach to life and wellness by helping clean your emotional pantry.Ana believes that a balanced life is not just about the food we eat and how we move, how many hours in a week we put into our fitness routines and meal preparation - It is also how we process stress, how we manage relationships, how we balance our hormones for optimal functioning as well as knowing your own body and the signals it gives you.In this episode we discuss:~ Ana's Story~ Society's role in the rising obsession with body image~ The spectrum of dysfunctional eating: binging, restricting, emotional eating~ Psychological reasons you can't lose weight~ Intuitive eating...and much more!To learn more visit:website: https://balancedbyana.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/balancedbyanaInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/balancedbyana/

Green Living with Tee
What It Takes to Age Young with Debi Carlin Boyle

Green Living with Tee

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 45:26


Debi Carlin Boyle is a fitness professional and TV commercial producer with over two decades of experience in the fields of health and wellness and commercial production. Her credibility in these fields is well established, having worked at some of west Los Angeles' most prestigious gyms and fitness facilities. Debi was recently certified as a Health and Nutrition Coach by The Institute of Integrated Nutrition and her numerous group fitness enthusiasts include David Duchovny, Nick Nolte, Kyra Sedrick, Kevin Bacon, Gabrielle Reese, Jamie Kurtz, David Steinberg, and Jennifer Beals, among others.  A believer in the fundamentals of fitness & diet rather than fleeting trends, Debi helps her clients maximize their genetic potential through her back-to-basics approach. By following her ‘BalancedLife' exercise and diet regimes, her clients see results that are not just dramatic, but more importantly, lasting and sustainable for their continued healthy lifestyles. Now merging her “Age Young” and production ventures into a lifestyle brand called BalancedLife, Debi is spreading her no-nonsense and holistic approach to health and wellness through online video blogs, magazine articles, and her live streaming radio show & podcast; BalanceLife by Debi, Conversations Connecting to a Healthier You. Her authentic and creative approach to health and wellness is a breath of fresh air in a market saturated by so-called ‘quick fixes,' and her extensive experience in production gives her an accessible and transparent voice. Debi's goal is to help the widest possible audience achieve a long and healthy life. Follow Debi: Website: https://www.balancedlifebydebi.com/  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/balancedlifebydebi/  Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/balancedlifebydebi/  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5Gi1uKwBJHCj3KkE9dSc2A Podcast: https://ubngo.com/portfolio-items/balancedlife-with-debi-carlin-boyle/ ______________ Follow Therese "Tee" Forton-Barnes and The Green Living Gurus: The Green Living Gurus Website: https://thegreenlivinggurus.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/greenlivinggurus/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW7_phs1GZUPzG21Zgjnqtw Healthy Living Group Facebook Green Living Gurus Page Facebook For further info contact: Therese Forton-Barnes Email: Greenlivinggurus@gmail.com Cell: 716-868-8868

Awaken Your Inner Awesomeness with Melissa Oatman-A daily dose of spirituality and self improvement

How do you stay balanced when we are going through such a crazy energetics shift right now? It can be extremely difficult to remain grounded and balanced when you're going through difficult times. In today's episode, I talk to you about why it is so important to stay grounded, and I explain how you can get grounded using some simple methods. I also channeled some  messages from the Universe about how you can make some simple shifts in your life to stay grounded when the world around you is so chaotic. Biolife Donation You can get up to $800 in your first 8 donations. Enter promo code Buddy800. It expires 11/30/2021. Terms and Conditions apply. Mention my name: Melissa Oatman Contact me: https://melissaoatman.com melissaoatman77@gmail 636-748-4943   Become a Patron:   https://www.patreon.com/moatman?fan_landing=true   Download my free checklist: Habits of Highly Successful People   https://mailchi.mp/b8078533248a/habits-of-highly-successful-people   Download my free eBook on Manifesting   https://mailchi.mp/240e02dfadcf/ebook   Join my monthly membership:   https://www.melissaoatman.com/magical-mo   Free Heart Chakra Healing Guided Meditation https://www.melissaoatman.com/landing-page   Purchase my book Beautifully Broken:   https://www.audiobooks.com/audiobook/beautifully-broken-the-spiritual-womans-guide-to-thriving-not-simply-surviving-after-a-breakup-or-divorce/459896   https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/beautifully-broken-melissa-oatman/1136174371?ean=9781989579060 https://www.amazon.com/Beautifully-Broken-Spiritual-Thriving-Surviving/dp/198957906X https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/50977070-beautifully-broken   Purchase my book Mindfulness Matters https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08HDSKGGH/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=melissa+oatman&qid=1599159677&sr=8-2   Follow me on social media:   https://www.facebook.com/groups/awakenyourhearttopurpose/https://www.facebook.com/reikiwithlissa/ http://www.instagram.com/melissaoatman222 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQPtU9hPeEWjbHr62LxuEXA https://twitter.com/MelissaOatman   Donations are not necessary, however, if you feel inclined to donate to my channel through Venmo or PayPal, your energetic gifts are very much appreciated! Venmo @Melissa-Ann-161 PayPal: melissaoatman77@gmail.com  

The Remnant Radio's Podcast
How the Church Fathers Balanced Liturgy & Spontaneity

The Remnant Radio's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 82:38


How the Church Fathers Balanced Liturgy & SpontaneityYou ever been in one of those services where the Spirit of God was so tangible that the staff canceled the sermon, the offering, and communion so that we could continue in worship? Well back in my pentecostal days, it wasn't all that uncommon for us to do just that. But is it a good thing to throughout the liturgy (order of service) for spontaneity? On the other hand, should we be so liturgical that there is never room for spontaneous expressions of worship? Oddly enough the Church fathers might have an answer for us. In this episode Josh Hoffert, Matthew Esquivel, and Father Ron Drummond are doing a survey of the church fathers, looking for their balance of liturgy and spontaneity. Going to be a fun episode full of flag-waving, tambourine playing, and shofar blowing. Hope you guys enjoy it!Donate (Paypal)https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=GC2Z86XHHG4X6___________________________________________________________________________________Exclusive Content (Patreon)https://www.patreon.com/TheRemnantRadio__________________________________________________________________________________We're social! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheRemnantRadioInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/theremnantradio/___________________________________________________________________________________Our Favorite Bookshttps://www.amazon.com/shop/theremnantradio___________________________________________________________________________________Michael Rowntree's Church Wellspringhttps://wellspringdfw.org/___________________________________________________________________________________Michael Miller's Church Reclamation Churchhttps://reclamationdenver.com/___________________________________________________________________________________Conferencehttp://propheticreformationokc.com/

SOUNDFOOD
THE FUNGAL DIMENSION: Living in Service to the Fungi with Giuliana Furci

SOUNDFOOD

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 91:19


Today we step into an alternate, healing dimension: into the realm of the Fungi.    We are deeply honored to welcome Giuliana Furci, Foundress and CEO of the Fungi Foundation to SOUNDFOOD.  Giuliana is the first female field mycologist in Chile, a Harvard University Associate, Dame of the Order of the Star of Italy, Co-Chair of the IUCN Fungal Conservation Committee, lecturer, author, mother, and a true fauna for Funga. Under her leadership, Chile became the first country in the world to include the Fungi Kingdom in its environmental legislation, thus allowing Chilean funga to be included in the study and evaluation of environmental impacts throughout the country.  Giuliana's dedication to research and cultivating awareness around mycology is grounding and activating. She shares why it is crucial to include fungi in our entire framework; beginning with our educational and legal systems; while simultaneously  recognizing the ancestral significance of how fungi (and yeast) connect us all through space, time and species. In our conversation, Giuliana also touches upon the breakthroughs which are now emerging in mycology.  We honor Giuliana for her leadership and for being able to listen to what the fungi need without inserting her own agenda. Tune in to expand your perception of existence and harmonize with the vast and powerfully interconnected  ecosystems beyond our human form!  THE FUTURE IS FUNGI. Thank you Giuliana!  Mentioned In This Episode:  Fungi Foundation  The Future is Fungi   Giuliana Where to find Giuliana:  Instagram | Twitter  @FUNGIFOUNDATION @FUNDACIONFUNGI    SUPPORT SOUNDFOOD  DONATE TO US  Everything and anything you can give helps us continue to share these conversations with the world! Episodes Mentioned: A VOICE FOR THE VOICELESS: Film, Farming, Fungi and the Future with Nathalie Kelley THE MAGIC OF MUSHROOMS: Full Spectrum Fungi to Raise the Planetary Frequency with Tonya Papanikolov  À LA MODE : The Pursuit of a Passionate, Balanced, and Authentic Life with Vanessa Hong NOURISHMENT PARTNERS Rainbo Mushrooms: Enter SOUNDFOOD15 and enjoy 15% off all medicinal mushroom nourishment on rainbo.com Christy Dawn: Use NITSAC15 and enjoy 15% off their farm-to-closet  dresses on christydawn.com Living Tea: Enter  SOUNDFOOD for 10% off all tea nourishment  from livingtea.net Living Libations: Use the code SOUNDFOOD15 and enjoy 15% off your order from livinglibations.com for high vibrational botanical beauty nourishment  MIKUNA: Enter  SOUNDFOODFAMILY for 25% off your  first purchase  and  30% off subscriptions from mikunafoods.com CONNECT WITH US soundfood.space @soundfoodspace JAM SESSION  Catch our recent JAM SESSION with Desiree here  TELEPORTAL  tune in via text for high vibrational updates @ 1-805-398-6661  MERCURIAL MAIL  Subscribe to our newsletter HERE Connect with our Host @nitsacitrine Lastly, we would be so grateful if you felt inspired to leave us a review on APPLE PODCAST!

The Balanced Blonde Podcast // Soul On Fire
259. Kristen Schwartz: All Things Empaths, Boundaries, HSPs, Healing & More with @RealizedEmpath!

The Balanced Blonde Podcast // Soul On Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 73:07


This week's guest, Kristen Schwartz from @realizedempath, guides empaths and highly sensitive people (HSP's) with tools to feel safe, secure, and seen in an overstimulated world that often deems sensitivity as a weakness. You guys know how I feel about sensitivity -- it is actually a superpower! And we get into that in this conversation.  Kristen has created a beautiful platform that articulates what so many of us feel but perhaps have not found the words to express. The good news is that we are not alone! There are so many empaths and highly sensitive people in the world, and this personality type is often linked to deep intuition and those who are seers, psychics, creatives, healers, coaches, and beyond. Kristen outlines a roadmap that allows us to clear out the emotional debris, own your truth and harness your sensitivity as a superpower.  Kristen has been there. Six years ago, a dark night of the soul pushed her edge. She went inward, strengthened her internal trust muscle, set strict boundaries, and transcended from tragedy to triumph. Now she's a shining light for others and has birthed her first book: The Healed Empath.  Her blend of psychology, science, and a dash of magic is guaranteed to inspire you to create space in your life for better boundaries, energy protection, and the emotional freedom to shine as YOU! I've extended my birthday giveaway with Nama! They are giving away one of their brand new J2 juicers (worth over $550!!) to one of our TBB listeners!  To enter: Rate and review the podcast on Apple Send a screenshot to jordan@thebalancedblonde.com Comment on my Instagram post about this giveaway Follow Nama (https://www.instagram.com/namawell/?hl=en (@namawell)) Thanks to https://www.sakara.com/pages/balanced (Sakara Life) for sponsoring this episode. This plant-based food brand delivers delicious organic meals and daily wellness essentials straight to your door. Get 20% off your first order by going on https://www.sakara.com/pages/balanced (sakara.com/balanced) and entering “BLONDE20” at checkout.  Thanks to https://obefitness.com/ (Obé Fitness) for sponsoring this episode. This on-demand fitness app keeps exercise fun and flexible with your lifestyle and needs. It's one of Jordan's favorite workout platforms because it takes all of the guesswork out of exercising and makes it super easy for everyone. Use the code “BALANCED” to get one month FREE at https://obefitness.com/ (obefitness.com). Thanks to https://get-base.com/index.html (Base) for sponsoring this episode! Jordan loves their super easy at-home testing kits and app to monitor her hormone levels during her pregnancy. Whether you're looking to address your issues with stress, weight loss, sex, sleep, and energy, Base is the perfect place to stop guessing, investigate, and get to the root of your symptoms – all through their easy-to-navigate app. You can get 20% off all things Base when you use the code “BLONDE” at https://get-base.com/ (get-base.com) To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: http://www.thebalancedblonde.com/podcast/ (http://www.thebalancedblonde.com/podcast/) Resources: Pre-order: https://www.realizedempath.com/buy-my-book (The Healed Empath) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realizedempath/ (@realizedempath) Website: https://www.realizedempath.com/ (realizedempath.com) Website: https://www.thebalancedblonde.com/ (thebalancedblonde.com) Store: https://www.thebalancedblonde.podia.com/ (thebalancedblonde.com/shop) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thebalancedblonde/ (@thebalancedblonde) The Balanced Blonde is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media)

The Balanced Blonde Podcast // Soul On Fire
258. Emily DiDonato: Pregnancy, Skincare, Modeling, & Navigating Social Media

The Balanced Blonde Podcast // Soul On Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 67:07


You probably recognize Emily DiDonato from your favorite magazines, brand campaigns, or from her incredible social media presence where she has 2.3M followers on Instagram alone! In this fun and fascinating conversation, you'll get to know the Emily beyond the highlight reel as she chats with Jordan about the realness of pregnancy, the highs and lows of modeling, and the backstory behind her new clean skincare brand, Covey. In a few short weeks, Emily went from your average teen to shooting for Ralph Lauren and picked to be the face of Maybelline! Over the past decade, she has walked international fashion shows, jetted all over the world, and graced the covers of Vogue and Sports Illustratrated. Along the way, she tried just about every beauty product and routine in the book, which inspired her to create the skincare brand Covey. She unpacks her journey, from taking the leap to move to Manhattan alone to forge her modeling career, to the three-year process to birth Covey out into the world and how it feels to be the boss and content creator of her own brand and message. With motherhood on the horizon for both Jordan and Emily (they're due three weeks apart from one another!), the conversation takes an inevitable turn to pregnancy -- and specifically, the realness of pregnancy. Emily reveals how she found out she was pregnant, the rituals getting her by (yoga, cold foods, and laying low), and the harsh realities of being constantly judged on her appearance online. We hope this conversation sparks excitement and joy and inspiration all around! Thanks to https://obefitness.com/ (Obé Fitness) for sponsoring this episode. This on-demand fitness app keeps exercise fun and flexible with your lifestyle and needs. It's one of Jordan's favorite workout platforms because it takes all of the guesswork out of exercising and makes it super easy for everyone. Use the code “BALANCED” to get one month FREE at https://obefitness.com/ (obefitness.com). Thanks to https://drinkolipop.com/pages/variety-pack-landing (Olipop) for sponsoring this episode. Jordan has at least two of these delicious soda drinks every day. You can enjoy a can guilt-free, knowing it's low-sugar, non-GMO, Paleo, and keto friendly. Get 20% off their variety packs + free shipping by heading to https://drinkolipop.com/pages/variety-pack-landing (drinkolipop.com/blonde) or using code “BLONDE” at checkout.  Thanks to https://us.foursigmatic.com/special-offer-new/special-deal-coffee1?discount=blonde&afmc=blonde&utm_campaign=blonde-coffee-week&utm_medium=partner&utm_source=email&utm_content=blonde&utm_term= (Four Sigmatic) for sponsoring this episode. This mushroom coffee brand has been part of Jordan's morning routine for many years. She loves to brew a cup of dark and nutty goodness to boost her creativity and productivity throughout the day. We have a special TBB deal for you to get up to 40% off + free shipping on their mushroom coffee bundles. Simply head to https://us.foursigmatic.com/special-offer-new/special-deal-coffee1?discount=blonde&afmc=blonde&utm_campaign=blonde-coffee-week&utm_medium=partner&utm_source=email&utm_content=blonde&utm_term= (foursigmatic.com/blonde) or use the code “BLONDE” at checkout.  To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: http://www.thebalancedblonde.com/podcast/ (http://www.thebalancedblonde.com/podcast/) Resources: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emilydidonato/?hl=en (@emilydidonato) + https://www.instagram.com/covey/?hl=en (@covey) Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/EmilyDiDonato (@EmilyDiDonato) TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@didonatoemily?lang=en (@didonatoemily) Website: https://www.thebalancedblonde.com/ (thebalancedblonde.com) Store: https://www.thebalancedblonde.podia.com/ (thebalancedblonde.com/shop) Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/thebalancedblonde/ ( @thebalancedblonde) The Balanced Blonde is a production of http://crate.media (Crate...