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It's Hard to Have a Bad Day When I Hit These (Yours?) Every day I hit 101 Targets in the Heroic App. As I joke with our team and with some friends, “101 Targets a day keeps the daimon in play!” I can assure you that it's *really* hard to have a *really* bad day when you start your day recommitting to being your best self in your Energy, Work, and Love and then do 101 things you KNOW help you stay plugged in. But… Don't take my word for it. Test it! Now… I recommit to over 30 Heroic Energy Targets every morning. I've basically breadcrumbed my day with what I KNOW I do when I'm at my best so I can make that prior best my new baseline. My #1 Energy Target? “In Bed for 9-10 Hours” I haven't missed that ONCE since we launched the app. Sleep is a sport for me and THAT (process!) Target is the #1 reason why my (outcome Target!) average Oura Sleep Score has been 90+ every month for nearly 2 years. For curious souls, my current Heroic Energy Top 3 includes: I. In Bed for 9-10 Hours II. AM Meditation (1%) III. Movement (30 Min) Just hitting THOSE three Targets would be enough to keep me feeling pretty darn Zesty and provide bumper rails to make sure I never got too off track. But, of course, I'm not trying to keep myself on track, I'm trying to see just how Heroically I can show up and just how much Soul Force I can activate as I strive to help YOU show up with a fully-activated Soul Force of 101! Which is why I also recommit to a Digital Sunset, PM Meditation (1%), my 1 Sun Salutation, 10 Pull-ups, 100 Burpees, 1,000 Meters of Rowing, 10,000 Steps and a couple dozen other targets. But that's not quite the point of this +1. When I started writing it I planned to share a new 2 minute and 43 second Heroic meditation with you but I'll save that for our next +1. Today's +1 is this… What are YOUR Top 3 Heroic Energy Targets? What are the THREE simple things you do when YOU are plugged in and at your most-Heroically-Energized best? Seriously. What are they? REMEMBER!!! (Yes, I'm shouting.) Life doesn't need to be so hard. We just need to step back from TikTok and the latest must-see Netflix show for a moment or three, get clarity on who we are and what we do when we're at our best and then… BE THAT best version of ourselves and DO THE THINGS that best version of ourselves does!! As always… Not once in a while and DEFINITELY not only when we feel like it. Nope… All day, EVERY day ESPECIALLY on those days when we don't feel like it. THAT, I repeat, is how we develop the antifragile confidence to KNOW that we have what it takes to show up and respond to every challenge life throws at us while we give the world all we've got. Of course, we architected the E N T I R E Heroic app to help you move from Theory to Practice to Mastery TODAY but whether you choose to use our tools or some other set of tools, please please please please please take the time to get clear on who you are at your best then recommit to being that version of yourself and doing the things that best version of you does TODAY. We need you at your Heroic best. Day 1. All in. Let's GO!!!
What are the essential parts that make up a programme? Is it the sets and reps, the exercise selection, or the weekly progression scheme? We'd argue that having a clear understanding and picture of what you want the programming to lead to is the most critical element when writing training. Often people can get wrapped up in the minutia and the details of a programme, leading to less focus on the end goal. As a result, they try to do too much, not achieving much in the end. So how do you create training programmes with the end goal in mind? We continue our series on template writing with a more tactical episode focusing on how to reverse engineer in programming. We discuss how knowing what to sacrifice is a big part of pushing the bigger picture forward in someone's training, and choosing the right things to work on and being consistent is more important than fancy rep schemes. Listen to find out more about how we set up a training week and what we consider baseline engine testers for the sport of CrossFit. If you're not already subscribed to our newsletter, head over to www.legionsc.com to get a weekly selection of training tips and our favorite articles. We run online workshops for coaches as well. Find out when our next workshop is here: https://legionsc.com/program-design-workshops These podcast are posted in video format on YouTube as well. Show Notes: [1:20] Difference between pre-competition and off-season training cycle aims [2:00] Establishing training priorities [3:00] Creating the training template [3:30] Finalising the details of sets and reps [5:00] What matters is having consistency and making it challenging [5:45] Sacrificing areas in a training cycle [7:30] How Jon creates a training week with priorities [8:45] Big chat on engine testers [13:40] Burpee and Row EMOM key performance indicator [15:00] Mental toughness with hard testers [17:45] Learning to move at paces that are required in the sport [20:30] Developing progressions with the Burpee Row tester [23:30] Approaching the goal and outcome while being dynamic
In this episode, we talk about Spartan Race Ontario and the conclusion of the Spartan Race North American Elite Series. Support Race Brain on Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/racebrain
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Hey guys! Wanna tone up your body? There's a universal exercise that trains your overall body, including chest, shoulders, arms, abs, glutes, and legs. In short, it engages every muscle in your body and is also great for strength-building. It's burpees! If your purpose is burning fat, burpees are exactly what you need. Are you ready to start? That's great! But first, check out this really cool burpee experiment! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I was away for about a month so we have a lot to cover in these next few episodes. We learn about the origins of the burpees. Where did they come from and who invented them? Brother Garrett talks a little about his Masonic journey so far. Then, because he's a journalist and a law student, it was interesting to get this take on some Grand Lodge legislation that just came up about Virtual Stated Meetings and Prohibiting Alcohol in lodges. What the HELL!?! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cesar-rubio5/support
Die Zeit für Sport ist im Alltag der meisten Menschen sehr begrenzt. Darum klingen ganz kurze Workouts, wie es sie auf Youtube zuhauf gibt, besonders verheißungsvoll. Die gute Nachricht: Diese HIITs – das steht für High Intensity Interval Training – dauern nur einige Minuten. Die schlechte: Dabei muss man sich mit Hampelmännern, Burpees oder Sprints ziemlich abschießen. Aber bringt die Schinderei wirklich etwas? Was steckt hinter Vier-Sekunden-Workouts? Und was hat das alles mit unserem Büroalltag zu tun? Diese und weitere Fragen beantworten wir mithilfe des Salzburger Sportmediziners Josef Niebauer in einer neuen Folge des "Besser leben"-Podcasts. **Hat Ihnen dieser Podcast gefallen?** Mit einem STANDARD-Abonnement können Sie unsere Arbeit unterstützen und mithelfen, Journalismus mit Haltung auch in Zukunft sicherzustellen. Alle Infos und Angebote gibt es hier: [abo.derstandard.at](https://abo.derstandard.at/?ref=Podcast&utm_source=derstandard&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=podcast&utm_content=podcast)
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Today, the ladies talk pregnancy and fitness, modifications to Chika's least favorite workout (take a wild guess, it's probably your least favorite too) and the importance of keeping your coaches and trainers informed of any health things you're experiencing. It's a true gripe gals PSA. They also make up and become friends again - on their Apple Watches, not IRL, true 1st world problems. They end with a lovely Backtalk segment - so jump on in and enjoy!
Washington, D.C. is one of the best towns to network -- can you imagine working out next to an Emmy award winning journalist? Well, that's exactly how Lisa and Larry Miller got to talking about journalism. Today we learn about Larry's path in journalism that has resulted in numerous awards (including an Emmy and an Edward R. Murrow) and an enviable career. In just one example of his investigative work, Larry shares how he and his team uncovered systemic discrimination in the housing markets - and exposition that resulted in an historic bill signing at the White House. Larry shares his love of journalism, the outdoors and the performing arts -- and a mutual dislike for the dreaded burpee. Listen in today!
Friend of the show Brandon Burpee returns Off Panel for a rare discussion oriented on...comic book adaptations? Burpee discusses the greatness of the new Marvel Legends Maggott toy, his affinity for the character, our current feelings about the Marvel Cinematic Universe, MCU fatigue, hype levels about the recent announcements at San Diego Comic Con, thoughts on the multiverse, how the X-Men could enter the fray, DC's status, the Wakanda Forever trailer, and more.
Plank, Lunges aka Ausfallschritte, push ups aka Liegestützen, Burpees und sit ups bzw Mountainclimber: Das sind die TOP 5 am meisten gehasstesten Fitness Übungen.Nicht selten haben die Menschen Schmerzen nach einem solchen Workout und verlieren den Spass am Training und der Bewegung. Heute erkläre ich euch warum ihr gegebenenfalls Rückenschmerzen, Knieschmerzen und auch Schmerzen im Bereich der Handgelenke bei diesen Übungen verspürt und was Du statt dessen lieber machen solltest. Ich nenne euch Alternativen, die genauso effektiv für Dich und Deinen Körper sein werden und Du weiterhin mit viel Freude und ohne Schmerzen trainieren kannst. Viel Spass beim hören dieser Wunschepisode. Sponsoren der heutigen Epsiode sind: die Firma Novafon. Hier geht es zu dem tollen Novafon. Mit dem Code: Mimi15 erhälst Du 15% Rabatt ab einem Mindestbestellwert von 49 Euro. Der Code ist gültig bis zum 30.09.2022 Einschränkung: Nicht mit Aktionen und anderen Rabatten kombinierbar; Ausschluss von Geschenkgutscheinen, Fortbildungen und Garantieverlängerungen. Und die Firma Braineffect mit ihren tollen Produkten. Heute habe ich über die Complete Aminos berichtet. Mit dem Code MIMI15 erhälst Du auch hier 15% Rabatt auf das gesamte Sortiment.
Background - B2B Sales to Taking a Chance in the Remodeling IndustryFailing Forward - Figuring out Selling, Marketing, Closing, Estimating, Building a Brand, and Growing BusinessesHelp First Mentality and Monetizing"What makes me so good at ME?" Prospecting to AppreciationIn April 2018 WinRate Was Born!Set the Agenda, Problem Solve WITH the ClientPre Covid, Covid, and Maintaining a Positive Presence OnlineEnter the Subject Matter ExpertsMoney Mindset Hurdles - It's Real and Sustainable Now!Vision Board and Quarterly SWOT AnalysisCharge What You're WorthEarn It and Execute the Power List!You Can't Replicate the Confidence That Comes From a Brand New Pair of Shoes!Blessings and Burpees!Connect with Mike:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/winrateconsulting/Champions Non-Profit: https://www.instagram.com/a_champions_shoes/?hl=enFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/winrateconsulting/Website: https://www.mikeclaudio.com/Podcast: https://www.mikeclaudio.com/podcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC86r4_wMGU5M1-dVovjxf1w
Sometimes we challenge the body in many ways. When you set larger than life challenges the mind,body and soul play such an integral role in execution. My next guest embodies all the above as she faces her own personal goal of 24 hours of burpees! What I love about why she's doing it makes this whole experience even more special. The latest sports news and talking points around the world internationally and locally. Listen to #Pulse95Radio in the UAE by tuning in on your radio (95.00 FM) or online on our website: www.pulse95radio.com ************************ Follow us on Social. www.facebook.com/pulse95radio www.twitter.com/pulse95radio www.instagram.com/pulse95radio www.soundcloud.com/pulse95radio
Kaum weg vom schönsten Schreibtisch der re-publica,schon wird hier direkt der Refrain zu Beginn rausgehauen und nebenbei noch Burpees gemacht. Besucht uns zur großen Premiere von El Elefanto in Leipzig am 19. Juni und weil Open Airs so schön sind, machen wir am 23.7. in München gleich noch eins im Kino am Olympiasee. [WERBUNG] Informiere dich jetzt auf HS-Fresenius.de/berufsbegleitend oder kontaktiere uns direkt per E-Mail, Whatsappoder telefonisch! https://www.hs-fresenius.de/berufsbegleitend/?crmid=aCbKeqHcFfCaAa
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In this episode, Ryan chats with Melanie Sliwka a Functional Nutritionist about the basics of implementing proper nutrition into a busy schedule. Melanie shares examples of the types of challenges with emotional and conditioned eating she sees most often with coaching clients and how you can get started with building greater awareness around nutrition and having healthier eating habits. About Melanie: Her passion and mission are to guide humanity to better health and happiness and reduce suffering. She believes that this can be accomplished through physical and mental training and trials. Supportive fueling, recovery, and self-care are at the heart of these efforts. Through the actions of Unbeatable Mind training and SEALFIT, she has been witness to thousands of people doing just this, living better lives. Living lives of service, passion, and health aligned with each person's unique offering. Melanie started her journey as the CEO of the first Crossfit equipment company, The Garage Gym Store. I had the extreme fortune to be positioned at the starting block of the Crossfit function fitness revolution while learning from the industry's finest athletes, nutritionists, and trainers. For the past 12 years, she has trained and worked with many Navy SEALs, thought leaders, and top-performing executives. This experience has given me the unique mental and physical mentorship to help her assist others in this unique journey of an uncommon life. Melanie lives her life to serve in the name of Functional Medicine, Nutrition, and the Unbeatable Mind Coaching program. Some of her achievements are: Masters Degree in Functional Medicine and Nutrition from the University of The Western States and a BA in communication from Central Michigan University Author of 6 weeks to Cleaner Eating. Certified Unbeatable Mind Coach KOKORO Yoga certified trainer Level 1 and 2 certified Crossfit coach 2017 and 2018 Boys and Girls Club, Carlsbad, California Parent of the Year. Member of 2018 TEAM COURAGE which holds the World Record for Burpees in 24 hours KOKORO 29 Graduate SEALFIT Basic Training certification Double certified in KT taping. Nutritional Advisor for the Courage Foundation's Integrated Recovery Program Connect with Melanie: https://www.medmel.com/ email@example.com Free 30-Minute Consultation Connect with Ryan: Join our FREE Community Website: www.ihpcoaching.com Instagram: @integrated.human.performance or @coachryansawyer Grab Ryan's book Choice Point
Episode 95 (6/8/22) Nationals Preview:13 Lifters from Team Rohr: Dmitry Lampe, Serena Thomas, Gretchen Patios, James Vang, Stacie Metcalfe, Amy Pancake, Olivia Vilella, Jo House, Cindi Jaeger, Katey Dodge, Alicia Webb, Chris Elmore, John LampeNGB Meeting on Monday following Nationals Week.PL SituationWhen you are 3 out, you get out of your chair and walk to the chalk bowl, leaving your headphones on your chair and your drinks under the chair. When you return from your attempt, you find your headphones on the ground and another lifter sitting in your chair. There are no other empty chairs but there are a few coaches sitting in other chairs. What do you do? New Lifter TipDo not use ammonia or smelling salts for the very first time at a meet. Try them in training first. Agree or Disagree?30 Burpees vs Bench Only Meet wager between Josh and Lara. Georgia Sate Bench Press Championships in OctoberFollow/Direct Message us @PLBalladsPodcast on Instagram & Facebook or email us at PLBalladsPodcast@gmail.comMore Information about the Podcast and Team Rohr Powerlifting: https://solo.to/plballadspodcastGet the Team Rohr Training App!The Powerlifting & Power Ballads Podcast is co-hosted by Josh Rohr and Lara Sturm and sponsored by Team Rohr Powerlifting - for all of your powerlifting coaching and meet day handling needs. The podcast covers Georgia Powerlifting information as well as National Powerlifting news. One of our more popular segments is music, specifically 80's music and Power Ballads.Team Rohr Powerlifting 100% Individualized Programming, Meet Day Preparation and Live Virtual Coaching
*DISCUSSION TOPICS*- John's Reba McEntire Ride Review. I'll give my breakdown.- Chase Sapphire Member Meet-ups! They also have a virtual meeting with Rad!!! Will this cause FOMO, thus more Chase Sapphire card applications?- Bold Predication...When will Danielle get her Rower? I drop my thoughts on when the Peloton Rower will be released!- Peloton's Just Workout Feature. Who's received the push? Does Danielle have it yet? How does she like it?- People love the Peloton Guide? Really??? What did I miss?- Christine D'Ercole Gets Married!!!- When is the Peloton Studio Re-opening? Indication is it may be sooner than once thought!- Peloton Sessions vs. Here Now. Should Peloton keep Sessions?- Logan Aldridge Premier Peloton Class! Anyone take it? How was it?- Tunde Arms program classes have Burpees??? I think Tammy loved the surprise...right Tammy?
It turns out that Katrina isn't a popular name, and was perhaps made less popular by the hurricane. Go ahead, try to think of a famous Katrina. I'll give you two hints: walking and sunshine. Katrina rates the Van Gogh Experience and tells us about her experience there. She rates nose rings, planking, and pumpkin spice, which she has to painstakingly explain to your uniformed host. I also get a lesson on the street value of genetic Percocet, and the abuse she tries to combat as a pharmacist. I also get Katrina to rate Sunday Mass, which hasn't been a good experience for her. I, of course, end up confessing to the sin of ridiculing confession. Lastly, after she rates burpees highly, we get into a very heated debate about how to rate things that you hate, but are good for you. If you enjoy the show, leave me a rating on iTunes, tell a friend, follow the show on Instagram @theratingshow, and street tag "The Rating Show" on your office building. Legally, of course.
Do athletes need more guidance on movement standards? Do volunteers need more coaching? Does Hyrox risk losing the 'competitive element' if movement standards aren't policed properly?Ben and Max share their thoughts on the above issues and recap the Vegas world championship. Ben also shares his experience at 'Runners Need' and complains about his size 13 feet.Music Credits:https://uppbeat.io/t/mood-maze/trendsetterLicense code: ZADHRBZF8YOZJDE4
Welcome to Beer Fest Fridays! In this episode the guys talk about their new box with their former coach Ivan Hidalgo and are also joined by comedian Mario Ramil. Mario tries out new jokes on the crew while they are try new beers! Beer Fest Fridays, where beer meets barbells! Follow: Instagram: @BeerFestFridays | Twitter: @BeerFestFridays | Hashtag: #BeerFestFridays
If we constantly see "beautiful" images on social media, does that change what we think is "beauty" in plastic surgery?We conclude our deep dive into social media and plastic surgery by looking at what is "normal" and "beautiful," and how social media influences what we think and want. Special guest is @dr.christian.j.vercler Dr. Christian Vercler, MD, MA, HEC-C, Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatric Plastic Surgery at the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital. He serves as Co-Chief of the Clinical Ethics Service of the Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine at the University of Michigan. Dr. Vercler is a board certified plastic surgeon who specializes in craniofacial surgery.Dr. Vercler has written extensively about the complex ethical issues regarding social media and plastic surgery, and how Instagram, Snapchat and Tik Tok may lead (or mislead) both surgeons AND patients into choices which may result in problems.You can get every episode of Botox and Burpees wherever you listen to podcasts, YouTube, or go to botoxandburpees.com. Thanks for watching and listening!#thoughtfulplasticsurgery #podcast #plasticsurgery #cosmeticsurgery #boardcertified #plasticsurgeon #beauty #aesthetic #botoxandburpees #bestplasticsurgeon #boardcertifiedplasticsurgeon
In this episode, I get real with Tori Hein! Tori exudes such knowledge and prophecy and is so gifted in expressing playful yet digestible wisdom. In part one, we talk all about: • Why it is worth doing the unseen work to live with a purpose that is impossible to lose • Bearing a willingness to remain in an atmosphere that can produce growth • Working from worth rather than for it • Her journey of the "75-Day Hard Challenge" and how God met her on day 65 • The importance of healing our own story to become healing agents in the lives of others I can't wait for you to listen to this incredible conversation with Tori...and this is just part one! Stay tuned for part two next week! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Robert and I talk about what it's like to serve Twenty years in prison, while using burpees to train your mind and body to get the most out of every day. This book honors the lessons that his father Ruben taught home while they were in prison together. We talk about our lives out here in society, and the obstacles we face. My longest episode to date, it was great catching up with my buddy Rob, and an honor to meet his brother Ruben Jr.
Welcome to Episode 15 of "Givin Them The Business" Podcast Powered by Add Ventures Music Topic: Interview with Charlotte's #Power98 #NoLimitLarry In this episode of #GTTB Podcast, with your host Chris Gotti Lorenzo, CEO of Add Ventures Music. Chris Gotti while out on the road took some time out to sit down and talk with Power 98 "No Limit Larry". One of #Charlotte's finest DJ with the morning crew #MorningMaddhouse (Ms Jessica Girl Next Door, Mr Incognito, Burpee. While setting up for the event at #CrownStation Coffee House following the interview. #AddVenturesMusic was in town for a #ChuckT Music Industry Night at Charlotte Hornets #SpectrumStadium and preparing for their own Artist Showcase. No Limit Larry came by to share some love and chop it with #ChrisGotti about what's going on in Charlotte, NC. (03:40s) Start in the game he explains how he was working as an intern. How did he start his grind? Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, looking at how they put their all into the dream of having the #business created become successful. (06:30s) #Kanye's documentary how it shows where Kanye's #dream starts, and he progress towards it. Donda Kanye's mother being his biggest supporter and how she believed his dream too. (10:30s) How do you bring yourself back to perspective? When you need to rant, how do you handle the energy? (14:00s) How do you get to No Limit Larry? How do they get my music on his show? Your actions.. Empower and educate #independent artist (16:15s) A & R, protocol, what the back door process is like. The analytics involved in putting a song rotation. (21:10s) Community the give back what it means to see that they are real people that mean well by the community by contribution. Family; how you use what you can do and make the best of it. Do what you love... (31:00) No Limit Larry productions..?? Learning the process, making an effort to market yourself, people see everywhere all over town. Working on #podcast "Lemme Talk.." Where to Find Us... Guest Information: No Limit Larry & The Morning Madhouse Show @iamnolimitlarry Station Information: Power98fm.com GTTB information: https://linktr.ee//givinthembusiness Hosts @chrisgotti187 @dinero717 Production Team @blackcoin.ent @shotbyishan @shotbymy9 @kingdomcomemedia @dilutedeyz Marketing @dexdiamond @officaljayelmore @kingblenn --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/givinthemthebusiness-podcast/support
What could possibly go wrong mixing social media and plastic surgery?Our special guest is Dr. Christian Vercler, MD, MA, HEC-C, Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatric Plastic Surgery at the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital. He serves as Co-Chief of the Clinical Ethics Service of the Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine at the University of Michigan. Dr. Vercler is a board certified plastic surgeon who specializes in craniofacial surgery.Dr. Vercler has written extensively about the complex ethical issues regarding social media and plastic surgery, and how Instagram, Snapchat and Tik Tok may lead (or mislead) both surgeons AND patients into choices which may result in problems.You can get every episode of Botox and Burpees wherever you listen to podcasts, YouTube, or go to botoxandburpees.com. Thanks for watching and listening!#thoughtfulplasticsurgery #podcast #plasticsurgery #cosmeticsurgery #boardcertified #plasticsurgeon #beauty #aesthetic #botoxandburpees #bestplasticsurgeon #boardcertifiedplasticsurgeon
A great hour and a half with Burpee. Knew he'd be great but didn't know he'd be a legend with the mic in his hands. We talked about family dynamics, a ton of sports, and common sense, or lack thereof. A lot of laughs, stick around as long as you can for this one.
On today's show, Michelle and I did a rapid fire overrated or underrated episode. We hit on a number of different topics including but not limited to: 10k steps, ice baths, consistent wake up time, pre-workout, burpees, carb powders and much, much more! Podcast Q&A Submissions – https://keynutrition.com/podcast-qa-submission/ Discount code: keynutrition for 20% off your first Legion order. Order Legion Supplements -> https://bit.ly/3mHRqYV Connect with us on Instagram Host Brad Jensen – @thesoberbodybuilder Co-Host Michelle Raines – @thebreathwithinyou Key Nutrition – @keynutrition
https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/...As someone who has over 19,000 followers on LinkedIn and routinely has his posts seen by thousands of people per day, I'd like to help you win on LinkedIn.I'll keep this tutorial simple because how you can win on LinkedIn is simple.But before I get into the Action Plan, let me share two observations.Observation No.1: Most people don't succeed on social media because they will not do the basics. The basics are not sexy or exciting, most often. The basics take time and consistency.Burpees and kettlebell swings are not that fun. But if you keep doing them over and over every other day for months, you'll see the difference. Not sexy, but quite effective.Observation No. 2: Complex people (over-thinkers and the idle) love to complicate everything. Then they tell you that they are waiting because they “want to make sure I'm doing it right”.Perfection is the blood brother to procrastination.Start simple. Then build up your competencies and systems as you get into a groove of activity and success.
Celebrating the closing of Season 1 with 100 episodes under our belts!Grateful to you, Empowered Vegan Lifers, for being a part of our lives through this podcast and our programming. In this episode, Stephanie and I share the lessons of our podcasting journey, what inspired us to create 100 episodes, and intriguing answers to the questions: which episode is the MOST…
Welcome to Beer Fest Fridays! Malia drops in with a cooler of craft including one of our seasonal favorites; Hopslam from Bell's Brewery. At a healthy 10% ABV, it's a sneakily-crushable double IPA with honey. We find out what's going on with her fitness journey including the next (and possibly last) burpee challenge for Burpees 4 Boobs. Nick starts CrossFit and Boris makes progress. Beer Fest Fridays, where beer meets barbells! Follow: Instagram: @BeerFestFridays | Twitter: @BeerFestFridays | Hashtag: #BeerFestFridays
(Get Surfshark VPN at https://surfshark.deals/MOXIE - Enter promo code MOXIE for 83% off and 3 extra months free!) T-shirt for Ukraine, all proceeds and matching donation to Ukraine Red Cross at yourbrainonfacts.com/merch Who you gonna believe -- me or your lying eyes? Today we look at court cases where people try to avoid taxes by arguing that things aren't the things that they clearly are. 00:50 Tomato 08:18 Jaffa Cakes 17:48 Hydrox vs Oreo 37:40 X-Men Links to all the research resources are on the website. Hang out with your fellow Brainiacs. Reach out and touch Moxie on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Become a patron of the podcast arts! Patreon or Ko-Fi. Or buy the book and a shirt. Music: Kevin MacLeod, Want to start a podcast or need a better podcast host? Get up to TWO months hosting for free from Libsyn with coupon code "moxie." We like labels, as humans we like labeling things. Taxonomy is the branch of science concerned with classification and there used to be several inconsistent and sometimes conflicting systems of classification in use. Then came Carl Linneaus and his influential “Systema Naturae” in 1735, laying down the system we use to this day. Linnaeus was the first taxonomist to list humans as a primate, though he did classify whales as fish. Years later, a New York court agreed with him. My name's… D&D Stats Explained With Tomatoes Strength is being able to crush a tomato. Dexterity is being able to dodge a tomato. Constitution is being able to eat a bad tomato. Intelligence is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is knowing not to put a tomato in a fruit salad. Charisma is being able to sell a tomato based fruit salad. TOMATOES So that's more clear, but it raises a rather mad –and for some, maddening– question: Is the tomato a fruit or a vegetable? Well, yes, it's both, but actually no. Botanically, it's a fruit. But legally, it's not. A fruit is technically the seed-bearing structure of a plant whereas a vegetable can be virtually any part of the plant we eat. Things must have been slow in March of 1893, because this definition was set by the Supreme Court. The issue at hand was tariffs, specifically a 10% tariff on the import of vegetables into the United States. Just veggies. Imported fruits were not. This was of particular interest to John Nix of Manhattan. He ran a produce wholesale business along with his four sons and found himself the proud owner of an enormous tax bill on a shipment of Caribbean tomatoes. John Nix & Co. were one of the largest sellers of produce in New York City at the time, and one of the first companies to bring the Empire state produce from such far-flung places as Florida and Bermuda. Nix disputed the tax on the grounds that tomatoes were scientifically-supportably fruit. Full of seeds, ain't they? That's the part that seems to turn grown adults into fussy toddlers when their burger has a tomato despite their very clear instructions. Worse than the anti-pickle crowd. Anyway, Nix filed a suit against Edward L. Hedden, Collector of the Port of New York, to get back the tax money he'd been forced to pay under protest. The crux of Nix's case was the opening of an uninspired speech - counsel read the definitions of the words "fruit," "vegetables," and tomato from Webster's Dictionary, Worcester's Dictionary, and the Imperial Dictionary. Judgment for the plaintiff, case closed! But wait, there's more. Not to be outdone, defendant's counsel then read into evidence the Webster's definitions of the words pea, eggplant, cucumber, squash, and pepper. Oh, it's on now! Countering this, the plaintiff then read in the definitions of potato, turnip, parsnip, cauliflower, cabbage, carrot and bean. That's when, I assume, all hell broke loose in the courtroom and perhaps a giant musical number broke out. Just trying to jazz it up a bit. Nix's side called two witnesses, not botanists or linguists, but men with a lot of years in the fruit & veg business, to say whether these words had "any special meaning in trade or commerce, different from those read." The supreme court decided to look more practically and less pedantically at the situation and ruled that it's how a tomato is used that makes it a vegetable, not the official scientific definition. If people cook and eat them like vegetables, then vegetables they must be, and so they were subject to the tariff. “Botanically speaking, tomatoes are the fruit of a vine, just as are cucumbers, squashes, beans, and peas,” wrote Justice Horace Gray in his 1893 opinion. “But in the common language of the people, whether sellers or consumers of provisions, all these are vegetables.” What was really important about Nix's case was the timing. We're talking late Victorian, after the age of sail had been obviated by the steam power of the industrial revolution. You might have heard about it, it was in all the papers. Ships could now cross the Atlantic in 1-2 weeks, rather than the 6-12 weeks it took in a century prior. Foods from the tropics could now reach New England in a week or less, making their import a viable option. This was when bananas went from being expensive oddity to must-have trend to staple of every grocery store, though that was the Gros Michelle banana, the one our fake banana flavor is based on, not the Cavendish banana we eat today, but that's a topic for another show. To service the evolving tastes of urban population, a new class of national wholesalers, such as the Nixes, were born. The tomato's identity crisis was far from settled, though. In 1937, the League of Nations, precursor to the UN, sought to classify various goods for the purpose of tariffs and they too labeled tomatoes a veggie, putting them under the heading of “vegetables / edible plants / roots and tubers.” Not to be left out, the U.S. Department of Agriculture agreed, citing 1890s Nix v. Hedden case. But there are always exceptions, hold-outs, outliers, and just plain contrarians. Tennessee and Ohio made the tomato their state fruit. If you think that's silly, you might want to swallow your coffee before I tell you the state vegetable of Oklahoma is the watermelon. I did not care to look into their reasoning. The European Union went a step further with a directive in December 2001 classifying tomatoes as fruit — along with rhubarb, carrots, sweet potatoes, cucumbers, pumpkins and melons. It's bad enough all prepackaged fruit bowls have some form of melon in them (which causes me instantaneous reverse peristalsis), but it you gave me a fruit salad and it had cucumbers in it, I have a parking lot and I'll fight you in it. But I think I'll give the last word to George Ball of the Burpee's seed and plant company: “Are [tomatoes] fruits? Of course,” he said. “Are they vegetables? You bet.” Though Burpee's does put “vegetable” on the seed packet, so maybe it's not settled after all. JAFFA CAKES Maybe things that grow are too ephemeral for man's taxonomy. Things are a lot of simpler when we're talking about man-made goods, things that don't grow on trees, and it is only a tragedy that you can't plant an entire orchard of Jaffa cake trees. For those whose life has not yet contained this job, a Jaffa cake it a little round of dense yellow cake –sponge, as they say in the home counties– with a disc of orange jelly on top enrobed in chocolate. It. Is. So. Good. You can sometimes find them in big grocery stores like Kroger and Publix if they have a large enough “International” aisle stock Branston pickle along with pad thai sauce and Tajin. This issue here it again taxes, but this time VAT. For those that don't speak British, VAT or Value-Added Tax is “A type of consumption tax that is placed on a product whenever value is added at a stage of production and at final sale.” Basically sales tax cranked to 11. VAT is a tax that is paid by everyone involved with the manufacture of a given object or foodstuff, as well as the consumer. As I go to air, the VAT rate in the UK is 20%. If you're a UK-based widget-maker, you pay VAT on the price of the raw materials. When you sell the widgets wholesale to a store, the retailer pays VAT on that sale. Then, when someone comes into the shop to buy one of your cutting-edge widgets, they pay VAT too. As with most areas of life, there are exceptions – a number of things are subjected to a reduced 5% rate and some things are exempt altogether. The exceptions are for the really necessary things, like mobility aids, menstrual hygiene products, stamps, end of life care, and most food, including cake. That's some grade A foreshadowing right there. But some foods are just so wonderful, they absolutely must be taxed and taxed fully. Such luxury items include alcohol, mineral water, confectioneries and, with the specificity that all governments seem to love, chocolate-covered biscuits. Regular biscuits are apparently basic essentials. No, American listeners, not like buttermilk biscuits, because even I'd have to think twice about covering one of those in chocolate. Whereupon I would do it. I could make that work. You're talking to the chick that made a startling good roasted garlic and parmesan ice cream. No, British biscuits are cookies. And British listeners, don't at me on soc meds with the definition of biscuit, because you know you're not consistent with it. The only word that's more confusing is pudding. Is that a dessert course, a sausage made of 80% blood, a flambeed Christmas dessert, or a suet dough stuffed with beef and veggies and steamed for eight hours? While I'm on British language, Cockney rhyming slang has got to be the worst thing… The McVities company had a notion otherwise. They appealed, prompting a Customs and Exchange VAT tribunal. Jaffa cakes, they said, shouldn't be taxed at the “most food” 20% rate, but at the 5% rate of chocolate-covered biscuits. It takes a lot of brass to make that claim when you yourself named the product Jaffa *cakes. [tiktok] origin story] According to the website for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs, the court first had to establish a legal definition of what made a cake a cake and what makes a biscuit a biscuit, before determining which column Jaffa Cakes belonged in. Jaffa Cakes were assessed using the following criteria: The product name, ingredients, texture, structure of the product, the size, how the product is sold, and how the product is marketed. Towards this end, the main arguments on behalf of the office of Customs and Excise were that Jaffa Cakes are the approximate size and shape of biscuits, are stocked on the shelves with the biscuits, and, owing in no small part to McVities' own marketing, people eat them in the sort of contexts biscuit are eaten. McVities countered by stating that Jaffa Cakes are baked in the manner of cake and of the same base ingredients. Their master stroke was staleness – cakes go hard as they stale and biscuits go soft. When Jaffa cakes go stale, and it's hard to imagine them sitting there long enough, they go hard. McVities actually let a bunch of them out to go stale and brouhght them into court as evidence. And in a legal tactic I'd like to see more often, McVities baked a big ol' 12-inch version of a Jaffa Cake, to show that if you blew it up to the size of a normal cake, it would just be a cake. If I were on the other side of it, I might make a big deal over the name, but the judge presiding over the case, Mr D.C Potter, ruled that to be of “no serious relevance” because a product's name often has little to do with its actual function. In the end, the court decided the Jaffa Cake was, in fact, a cake, and the Irish Revenue Commissioners agreed, though their ruling was based on the Jaffa Cakes' moisture content being greater than 12%. So no VAT on Jaffa cakes, which means we can buy more of them, hooray! HYDROX VS OREO In 1882, the entrepreneur Jacob Loose bought a biscuit and candy company that would eventually be known as Sunshine Biscuits, the company that would eventually give us Cheez-its, which my ex-husband went through at least a box of a week, dipping in port wine cheese spread. About as close as he ever got to a balanced diet. In 1908, launched the cream-filled chocolate sandwich biscuit known as Hydrox. The name, he thought, would be reminiscent of sparkling sunlight and evoked an impression of cleanliness (probably because it sounds like a disinfectant). This was after all only a few years after the Pure Food and Drug Act, before which your canned veggies might be full of borax and your milk be a watered down concoction of chalk dust and cow brains, and you wouldn't know. Some tellings have it that Hydrox is a portmanteau of hydrogen and oxygen, the elements that make up water, the gold standard of purity. Meanings aside, the fact that there actually was a Hydrox Chemical Company in business at the time, one that sold hydrogen peroxide and was caught up in a trademark lawsuit at the time over the use of the word “hydrox,” should have given them a hint to maybe go back to committee. Hydrox chemicals lawsuit, btw, pointed out that the word “hydrox” was already in use for such disparate things as coolers, soda, and ice cream, so maybe Jacob Loose figured the word is out there, might as well use it. For four years, Hydrox cookies with their lovely embossed flower design made cash registers ring for Sunshine Biscuits. Then, 90 years almost to the day of this episode dropping, the National Biscuit Company came along –you probably know them by their shortened name, Nabisco– with the launch of three different cookies, the Mother Goose biscuit, the Veronese biscuit, both now lost to history, and the Oreo. The cookies were very similar, with Oreos even being embossed by the same time of production machine, but Hydrox have a sweeter filling and less-sweet cookie. Like VHS vs beta, which you can learn more about in the book and audiobook, the newcomer soon came to dominate the landscape, and there's no clear reason why. Any chocolate sandwich biscuit is offhandedly called an Oreo, no matter how cheap a replica it may be. It's literally the best-selling cookie in the world now, with $3.28 billion in sales in the U.S. alone. They sell 92 million cookies per day throughout 100-plus countries under the parent brand Mondelez International. That ubiquity has led a lot of people to erroneously assume that Oreo is the original and Hydrox is the Mr. Pibb to their Dr. Pepper. Hydrox did manage to hold onto a cadre of die-hards, especially in areas with significant Jewish populations, because Hydrox were always kosher. Oreo cream used to be made with lard from pigs and Nabisco would later have to invest a lot of resources into replacing the lard with shortening in the 90's. Sunshine Biscuits was purchased by Keebler in 1996, who replaced Hydrox with a reformulated product called "Droxies," which 100% sounds like drug slang for a veterinary tranquilizer. Keebler was acquired by Kellogg's in 2001, and Kellogg's yanked Droxies from the shelves before adding a similar chocolate sandwich cookie to the Famous Amos brand, then discontinued them. In August 2008, on the cookie's 100th anniversary, Kellogg's resumed distribution of Hydrox under the Sunshine label, a limited distribution, one and done. Hydrox-heads besieged Kellogg's with phone calls and an online petition, asking that Hydrox be brought back for good, but all for naught. Less than a year later Kellogg's had removed Hydrox from their website. “This is a dark time in cookie history,” one Hydrox partisan, Gary Nadeau, wrote, according to the Wall Street Journal. “And for those of you who say, ‘Get over it, it's only a cookie,‘ you have not lived until you have tasted a Hydrox.” As of the time of writing, I've never had one myself, but I'll see if I can't lay my hands on some before going to air. Getting my hands on some may be a touch trickier than it should be. They exist; that's not the issue. In 2015, entrepreneur Ellia Kassoff, a lover of Hydrox who knew the trick to getting a trademark someone else had allowed to lapse, was able to pick up Hydrox for his own company, Leaf Brands—itself a dormant brand that Kassoff had revived. Hip to the time, Leaf Brands made Hydrox available on Amazon, so anyone anywhere could get them whenever they wanted (plus two days for delivery). These new Hydrox weren't going to bow gracefully to the dominant Oreo. Their website points out that they use real cane sugar instead of high-fructose corn syrup, and no hydrogenated oils, artificial flavors, and GMOs, and warn consumers, "don't eat a knock-off!" Hydrox are also made in the USA while Mondelez International was laying off U.S. workers. Sales of Hydrox grew by 2,406 percent from 2016 to 2017, amassing more than $492,000 in sales — clearly, still light-years away from Oreo's overwhelming dominance in the market, but impressive progress nonetheless. If you ask Leaf Brands, they'd be doing a lot better if not for Mondelez – not out-competing them, deliberately sabotaging them. This is the hard-to-find bit I alluded to. In August 2018, Leaf Brands filed a lawsuit against Mondelez International, seeking $800 million in damages because of "lost sales and reputation.” The charges claimed that Mondelez was using its massive industry muscle "to place their own products in favorable locations in stores and move competitors in less desirable positions on store shelves." On their Facebook page, you can see pictures of grocery stores where Hydrox cookies are hidden behind other displays, scooted to the back of shelves, and even turned sideways so the short end is facing out. If you've never worked grocery retail, your instinct may be to blame the store staff, but a lot of brands are actually stocked by the manufacturer. Ever pass a guy in a Pepsi polo shirt with hand-truck loaded with soda? That, but with cookies. And it's not just their own products. Mondelez is what's called a “category captain,” meaning they get to determine much of the layout for the whole cookie aisle. Leaf alleges that Mondelez employees and agents are deliberately making Hydrox harder to find while making Oreos pert near impossible to miss. This is far from the first lawsuit over Oreos. A class action lawsuit was filed claiming the cookies misled buyers by stating that the product contains real cocoa. The judge dismissed the case. And they were sued for Fudge Covered Mint Oreos not containing any actual fudge. The plaintiffs claim that these cookies don't contain any milkfat from dairy, a key component of fudge, but rather cheaper palm and palm kernel oil. As so often happens, there are eleventy-hundred articles from the week the case was filed and nothing on the outcome. That's what happened with the main point of this article. I was dead sure I remembered Hydrox and Oreo going to court over the basic infringement question, and Hydrox losing, but I couldn't turn up anything on that because of the sabotage lawsuit sucking up all the search results. X-MEN It's not all foodie fact fun today. I'm going to risk a copyright strike to play 15 seconds of a song that will make everyone near me in age go “aw yeah!” [sfx Xmen theme] For the young or those who had social lives in high school, that's the theme song to the 90's Xmen cartoon, and it slaps, as they kids used to say. For the truly uninitiated, and c'mon even my mom knows who the Xmen are, the story centers on a group of superheroes who get their powers from genetic mutations…and government experiments, time travel, by dint of being aliens – it's a comic book, what do you want. Ever since their introduction to the Marvel Universe in 1963, the X-Men have always had to deal with questions about their humanity. While their enemies will stop at nothing to cast them as monsters, the team continues to fight for a world where they are treated just like humans. That's in-universe. In the broader reality, it's actually in the X-Men's best interest not to be considered humans. Well, Marvel comics financial bottom line, anyway, and they went to court over it. In 1993, international trade lawyers Sherry Singer and Indie Singh found an interesting provision in a book of federal tariff classifications – “dolls” are taxed at 12% on import while “toys” are only taxed 6.8%. The devil is in the details, or in this case, the definition. A “toy” can be any shape, representing any thing, but a "doll" can only be a representation of a human being, like Barbie or GI Joe. [tik tok Joe's thumbnail] Singer and Singh knew this distinction could be a sizable financial benefit for their client, Marvel Entertainment, who had an ownership stake in ToyBiz at the time. For years, Marvel had been importing action figures that were taxed as dolls, despite their wide panoply of brightly colored characters often being anything but human. Taking a direct approach, the two lawyers gathered up a literal bag full of action figures and went to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection headquarters in Washington, D.C. to try and convince them that Marvel wasn't importing humanlike “dolls,” but instead very non-human “toys.” The Customs staff's reaction to the bag of toys is not recorded, but their official response was that the “non-human characteristics” of the X-Men and other action figures “fall far short of transforming [these figures] into something other than the human beings which they represent.” Singer and Singh were locked onto this tactic and pursued it for a decade. A judge considered various figures from Marvel's whole line to decide whether or not individual characters were human or not. Rippling pecs, long claws, blue skin, red eyes, all were scrutinized, as lawyers on both sides expostulated on the philosophical ramifications of what it means to be human. How can these action figures be human if they have "tentacles, claws, wings, or robotic limbs?" I'd loved to have been there to hear people with expensive educations in tailored suits, stand before a learned jurist in a wood-paneled courtroom and say things like, "The figure of 'Kingpin' resembles a man in a suit carrying a staff. Nothing in the storyline indicates that Kingpin possesses superhuman powers. Yet, Kingpin is known to have exceedingly great strength (however 'naturally' achieved) and the figure itself has a large and stout body with a disproportionately small head and disproportionately large hands. Even though 'dolls' can be caricatures of human beings, the court is of the opinion that the freakishness of the figure's appearance coupled with the fabled 'Spider-Man' storyline to which it belongs does not warrant a finding that the figure represents a human being." In 2003, Judge Judith Barzilay ruled that Marvel characters aren't quite human enough to taxed as dolls. “They are more than (or different than) humans. These fabulous characters use their extraordinary and unnatural physical and psychic powers on the side of either good or evil. The figures' shapes and features, as well as their costumes and accessories, are designed to communicate such powers." Yay, a victory for the giant multimillion dollar corporation! But a slap in the face for diehard X-Men fans. Chuck Austen, one of the writers for Uncanny X-Men at the time, said his whole goal in the story was to show the team's humanity. The nerds grew restless and Marvel had to issue a statement that read, "Don't fret, Marvel fans, our heroes are living, breathing human beings—but humans who have extraordinary abilities ... A decision that the X-Men figures indeed do have 'nonhuman' characteristics further proves our characters have special, out-of-this world powers." And that's… To protect the public from contaminated oil, New York State law required that all fish oil be gauged, inspected and branded, with a penalty of $25 per barrel on those who failed to comply. Samuel Judd purchased three barrels of whale oil that had not been inspected, and James Maurice, a fish oil inspector, sought to collect the penalty from him. Judd pleaded that the barrels contained whale oil, not fish oil, and so were not subject to the fish oil legislation. At trial, one side said the term "fish oil" was commonly understood to include whale oil, and the other side plead the obvious science that whales are mammals. The jury deliberated for 15 minutes and returned a verdict in favor of the fish oil inspector. Mr. Judd, dissatisfied with the verdict, moved for a new trial. By then, the Legislature was in session and the Recorder, knowing that a new fish oil bill was pending, delayed his decision on the motion. The new enactment limited the inspection to fish liver oil, and the Recorder took the view that this implicitly confirmed that the earlier legislation covered whale oil. Accordingly, he refused to grant Judd's motion for a new trial. James Maurice resigned his position as fish oil inspector because he considered that the position under the new law had too little value or importance. 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Dave Gaudet joined the CSz Chicago roster in 1988, served as their Artistic Director from 1989-1992 and 2006-2007, and is currently a co-owner, President, and Chairman of the Board. He initially found his love for improvisation as a member of the Burpee's Seedy Theatrical Company, the nation's oldest collegiate improv troupe, developed by Steve Carell. In addition to ComedySportz, his list of theatrical credits include several performances with the Annoyance Theatre and various teams at iO Chicago. When he grows up, he wants to be just like Dick Chudnow. The ComedySportz Podcast is an independent production made by CSz players. The views and opinions expressed by the podcast host and any guests are their own and do not represent the views and opinions of any CSz location or CSz Worldwide. Vocabulary used by the host and guests is not necessarily representative of the CSz brand.
After reviewing diet trends and body shapes over the last century, we decided to take a look at workout clothing trends so we got back to our Google research. From wool bloomers and sailor collars to leg warmers we got it covered. We also shed light on how to test for squat proof leggings and allude to our experiences of wearing inappropriate colors during heavy lifting and double unders (you will understand when you listen!!). Thanks for tuning in!
Mike Dascal is a North Carolina native who has always had a heart for serving others. He enjoys gathering with friends and family within the community, and he enjoys a doing CrossFit. A few years ago, he combined those passions with an event he hosted at his home. The idea was simple – they would workout then hang out, eat food, and drink beer. They had a massive turnout. The following year, he decided to charge a fee and donated the funds to charity. That was the start of a yearly event, now called Beers and Burpees, which is held to raise money for charity. Two years ago, they launched their own nonprofit, Changing Lives Together (CLT) Foundation, which exists to enrich and change the lives of special needs kids and kids with life-altering medical circumstances. Many programs are offered within the CLT Foundation - a scholarship program, Christmas in July, and Camp CLT. To find out more about these amazing events, or to serve at a future event, visit www.CLTFoundation.org. • And don't forget to sign up for Beers and Burpees while you're there. • • Follow: @cltfoundation • • • • #charity #podcast #follow #subscribe #clt #nc #inspiration #struggle #survival #leadership #author #your #story #love #compassion #hope #home #family #life #lifestory #courage #change #give #art #athlete #hustle #progress #greatness #beyond #grit