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Nutritional Freedom
The effects of Zoom on body image

Nutritional Freedom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 25:35


With the significant rise in video conferencing that accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic we also saw an increase in the amount of time we spend looking at ourselves on camera. Maybe you've experienced hours upon hours of watching your facial expressions, feeling weird eating on camera, and maybe having a new source of body image stress. For others, maybe being on Zoom lets you think less about your appearance and the return to in-person is aggravating your body image anxieties. Both of these experiences have been documented in the research. In this episode, Claire shares research on the effects of Zoom on body image and seven tips to combat the negative effects video calls may be having on you. https://www.weflourish.com/podcasts/zoom-body-image#transcript (View episode transcript) Links: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115001077226-Hiding-or-showing-my-video-on-my-display (How to hide your self view on Zoom) Keep up with all things Flourish. ✨ Use code https://app.weflourish.com/ (PODCAST) to get early access to the Flourish membership Follow https://www.instagram.com/weflourishapp (Flourish (@weflourishapp) on Instagram) Follow https://www.instagram.com/claire_siegel (Claire (@claire_siegel) on Instagram)

Ask a Cycling Coach - TrainerRoad Podcast
Strength Training, KOM Training Guide, Training Fatigue and More – Ask a Cycling Coach 341

Ask a Cycling Coach - TrainerRoad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 105:11


Is it possible to time your strength training in such a way that it doesn't affect your cycling training? Coach Chad dives deep into interference-effect and if it is worthy of concern, as well as a guide to training plans for KOMs of different durations, how training fatigue and freshness can mask adaptations and much more in Episode 341 of the Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast! -------------------------------------------- TOPICS COVERED IN THIS EPISODE 0:00 Intro 2:56 How to stop failing workouts 10:07 XTERRA World Championships 15:50 Deep dive on timing strength training and cycling 56:54 Rapid Fire questions 1:13:55 TrainerRoad's Polarized Training Plans 1:18:03 Guide to KOMs of different durations 1:25:25 Can you treat knee injuries while training? 1:36:42 How fatigue and freshness can mask adaptations -------------------------------------------- RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE - Evaluation of performance improvements following either resistance training or sprint interval based concurrent training -  Development of Maximal Dynamic Strength During Concurrent Resistance and Endurance Training in Untrained, Moderately Trained, and Trained Individuals: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis - Effects of high-intensity interval cycling performed after resistance training on muscle strength and hypertrophy - Concurrent Training with Different Aerobic Exercises - Interference between Concurrent Resistance and Endurance Exercise: Molecular Bases and the Role of Individual Training Variables - Impact of low-volume concurrent strength training distribution on muscular adaptation - Using Molecular Biology to Maximize Concurrent Training - Decrease in Akt/PKB signalling in human skeletal muscle by resistance exercise - Skeletal muscle amino acid transporter expression is increased in young and older adults following resistance exercise - Resistance exercise enhances the molecular signaling of mitochondrial biogenesis induced by endurance exercise in human skeletal muscle - Concurrent Training for Sports Performance: The Two Sides of the Medal - The physiological effects of concurrent strength and endurance training sequence: A systematic review and meta-analysis - Concurrent exercise training: Do opposites distract? - Concurrent exercise and muscle protein synthesis: Implications for exercise countermeasures in space - Caloric restriction induces anabolic resistance to resistance exercise - Low muscle glycogen concentration does not suppress the anabolic response to resistance exercise - Resistance exercise enhances the molecular signaling of mitochondrial biogenesis induced by endurance exercise in human skeletal muscle - Interference of strength development by simultaneously training for strength and endurance -------------------------------------------- TRY TRAINERROAD RISK FREE FOR 30 DAYS! TrainerRoad makes cyclists faster. Athletes get structured indoor workouts, science-backed training plans, and easy-to-use performance analysis tools to reach their goals. Get Started: https://bit.ly/3unoSnx   Adaptive Training: What it is, how to use it: https://bit.ly/3dIRClW Build Your Custom Plan: https://bit.ly/3oR8sme  Train Together with Group Workouts: https://bit.ly/3fkaYyd  -------------------------------------------- LEARN MORE ABOUT ADAPTIVE TRAINING Adaptive Training Video: https://youtu.be/c15eVK29bj0  Adaptive Training: What it is, how to use it: https://bit.ly/3dIRClW  How Adaptive Training Makes You Faster: https://bit.ly/2ZNfWLq  -------------------------------------------- SUCCESSFUL ATHLETES PODCAST Listen to the Successful Athletes Podcast now!: https://www.TrainerRoad.com/SAP  -------------------------------------------- SCIENCE OF GETTING FASTER PODCAST Listen to the Science of Getting Faster Podcast now!: https://www.TrainerRoad.com/SOGF  -------------------------------------------- STAY IN TOUCH Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainerRd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trainerroad/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TrainerRoad Strava Club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/trainerroad

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth
1697: HIIT Training Doesn't Work (Unless You Follow These Steps)

Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 47:28


In this episode Sal, Adam & Justin discuss everything HIIT  HIIT training season is here! (1:26) Busting the myths surrounding HIIT. (6:00) Who is HIIT training for? (7:36) How has HIIT training been abused? (9:24) HIIT Training Doesn't Work (Unless You Follow These Steps). (13:49) Step #1 – Programming matters! (15:30) Step #2 – Have perfect form. (18:10) Step #3 – Use rest periods as a tool to compose yourself. (23:06) Step #4 – Apply plyometrics properly. (28:04) Step #5 – Phase your programming. (32:35) Step #6 – Focus on mobility. (38:24) Why everyone should start as a beginner. (41:57) Related Links/Products Mentioned December Promotion: MAPS HIIT and MAPS SPLIT 50% off! **Promo code “DECEMBER50” at checkout** Concurrent resistance and endurance training influence basal metabolic rate in nondieting individuals Effects of moderate-intensity endurance and high-intensity intermittent training on anaerobic capacity and VO2max The effects of high intensity interval training on muscle size and quality in overweight and obese adults Mind Pump #1042: The Truth About HIIT- The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Mind Pump #1205: Do The Risks Of HIIT Training Outweigh The Benefits? Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources

Migration Policy Institute Podcasts
Effects of the Pandemic on High School English Learners and Ways to Help Them Recover

Migration Policy Institute Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 62:04


It is well established that the pandemic has upended the rhythms of school life, perhaps most acutely for high school English Learners (ELs) who are already racing to complete graduation requirements before aging out of the K-12 system. For many, the responsibility to care for family members or to earn family income took precedence over school, and for others, lack of digital access hampered regular attendance while most schools were engaged in distance learning. Beyond these major obstacles, students coped with disruptions to college and career planning, and missed out on academic, linguistic, and social-emotional supports, and the many extracurricular and community-based activities that often deepen and add meaning to students' high school years.  This webinar illuminates these and other challenges experienced over the last two years. Speakers describe state- and district-level efforts to help ELs re-engage in high school, recover academically, and address mental health needs. Participants also hear the results of new research on the postsecondary aspirations of immigrant-background Latina/o students and how the pandemic may have helped shape their decisionmaking.

Bernstein & McKnight Show
Mike Florio on college football coaching ripple effects, Midday Midway goes off rails (Hour 2)

Bernstein & McKnight Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 43:14


In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Leila Rahimi were joined by Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk to discuss the college football coaching carousel's effects on the NFL. He also previewed Week 13 in the NFL. After that, Bernstein and Rahimi reacted to the news that MLB used two different types of baseball in the 2021 season -- without telling anyone. Later, they conducted the Midday Midway, with the topics including Gwar and a woman breastfeeding a hairless cat. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Los Fanboys Podcast
No Way Home Tix Presales Are Big, New MCU/Sony Spidey Trilogy, Mental Age Effects Films | Daily COG

Los Fanboys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 51:05


#SpiderManNoWayHome #MCU #LRMOnline #Genreverse #DailyCOG In today's episode, Kyle (@ThatKyleMalone) and Christine (@adorabledoom) discuss entertainment news from across The Genreverse. Spider-Man: No Way Home is enjoying ticket presales not seen since Avengers: Endgame, but some scalpers are trying to ruin the fun (they're failing though). Also, There's a new Spider-Man trilogy with Tom Holland coming from Sony and Marvel. However, that conversation leads down a deep talk about age and generations, and the effect they have on a film's content. Enjoy the Daily Cup of Genre! WE HAVE A SPONSOR! Check them out here: www.GrowGeneration.com "Where the pros go to grow." 00:00- Intro, Catching Up, & The Great Is Great 05:09- Anime Done Well (?) In Live Action With Cowboy Bebop 08:29- Spider-Man: No Way Home Ticket Presales Are Good But Not Great (In Context) 16:35- Spidey-Scalpers Don't Really Hurt Anyone... This Time 22:06- Box Office & New Tom Holland Spider-Man Trilogy From Sony And Marvel In The MCU 29:07- High School Peter Vs College And The Philosophy Lecture Begins 33:04- Adults Vs Kids In Movies & How Nerfing Adults Is Hurting Films 39:43- Gen Z Vs The World (OK Boomers) 43:58- Extended Adolescence Is A Thing & Final Thoughts Catch the last episode here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4godAUA5OKHqXRbwXpdUd2?si=_mOt2Q6cSHeiJAasf44_Yw Be sure to follow the hosts, co-hosts, and LRM Twitter to get the latest on upcoming guests, new segments, and chances to be a guest on one of our podcasts! Join our Discord: discord.gg/PyrzzmrceY Question(s) of the day: Did you have any trouble getting Spider-Man: No Way Home Tickets? Also, do you think extended adolescence is having a negative impact on film? Support: We have SO MANY podcasts! Anime-Versal Reviews Podcast covers anime (duh!), LRM's No Mercy covers Cobra Kai, and the Marvel craze continues with Thor reviews on Marvel Multiverse Mondays. Also, classics like BGRtP, The Cantina Podcast, and The Daily COG (Formerly LRMornings) are still going! Please like, share, and SUBSCRIBE to the podcast. This will help us help you! Also, by getting more visibility, with more feedback, and a bigger audience, we can provide more content for YOU! Website: www.LRMOnline.com Kyle Twitter: twitter.com/ThatKyleMalone Manny Twitter: twitter.com/LRM_Emmanuel Christine Twitter: twitter.com/AdorableDoom Subscribe to our podcast channel where ever you get podcasts: Spotify: open.spotify.com/artist/4h1ngeRAmfYxWdzeblFmNe Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/@los-fanboys

Locked On Raptors - Daily Podcast On The Toronto Raptors
Toronto Raptors role players no-show in 98-91 loss to Memphis Grizzlies as injury effects mount

Locked On Raptors - Daily Podcast On The Toronto Raptors

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 35:17


In Episosde 1069, Sean Woodley goes solo to recap the Toronto Raptors' 98-91 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies. Off the top, Sean discusses the boring but undeniable true reason for the team's recent struggles: they're very injured, and they're simply not a team that has the horses to sustain through the injuries to key pieces like OG Anunoby, Gary Trent Jr., and Khem Birch, as much as Pascal Siakam, Scottie Barnes and Fred VanVleet are trying of late. Next, Sean runs through the cast of bench and role players who are really not pulling their weight. "Next man up" has its limits, and those limits look like Malachi Flynn, Svi Mykhailiuk, Precious Achiuwa and Chris Boucher right now, among others. Lastly, Sean hands out the Dude of the Game for the loss to the Grizz to Yuta Watanabe, who seems like the only Raptors bench hand with any interest in snatching a rotation spot once the team is fully healthy. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! TrueBill Don't fall for subscription scams. Start cancelling today at Truebill.com/LOCKEDONNBA. Shopify Go to SHOPIFY.com/lockedonnba for a FREE fourteen-day trial and get full access to Shopify's entire suite of features. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood
Does Having Kids Make Us Happy?

What Fresh Hell: Laughing in the Face of Motherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 45:18


The world wants us to believe that having kids will bring us untold happiness. It's a love you've never known! Your life will never be the same! The reality is a little more complicated, and that can be quite confusing. As psychologist Jean Twenge points out, "Parents might believe that it's their fault when the transition to parenthood is difficult, rather than seeing it as something that everyone experiences." So: does having kids make us happy? Is that even the right question? Is it supposed to? Are the benefits that come from parenting different, and perhaps larger, than happiness? Here are links to some writing and studies on the topic that we discuss in this episode:  Paul Bloom for The Atlantic: What Becoming a Parent Really Does to Your Happiness Dan Kahneman et al: A survey method for characterizing daily life experience: the day reconstruction method Roudi Nazarina Roy et al: Effects of Expected and Perceived Division of Childcare and Household Labor on Mother's Relationship Satisfaction during Their Transition to Parenthood E.E. LeMasters: Parenthood as Crisis M. Luhmann et al: Subjective well-being and adaptation to life events: A meta-analysis.  Jay Belsky et al: Patterns of Marital Change across the Transition to Parenthood: Pregnancy to Three Years Postpartum Jean M. Twenge et al: Parenthood and Marital Satisfaction: A Meta-Analytic Review Rainer Maria Rilke: “Go To The Limits of Your Longing” Special thanks to our sponsors for this month: Aura Frames make it easy to share photos with your loved ones from anywhere in the world using the Aura app. Visit auraframes.com and use the code FRESHHELL to get $30 off. Brooklinen's luxurious, high-quality bedding is the ultimate comfort upgrade. Go to Brooklinen.com and use promo code FRESH to get $20 off with a minimum purchase of $100. Givewell researches and recommends charities that do an incredible amount of good. Get donations up to $250 matched at givewell.org by picking PODCAST, and entering What Fresh Hell at checkout. Helix customized mattresses will give you the best sleep of your life! Get up to $200 off all mattress orders, plus two free pillows, at helixsleep.com/laughing. KiwiCo projects make science, technology, engineering, art, and math super fun. Get 50% off your first month at kiwico.com with the code MOTHERHOOD. Olive & June delivers all the manicure tools you need in one box. Visit oliveandjune.com/FRESH and use code FRESH for 20% off. your first mani system. Once Upon a Farm fruit and vegetable blends are made with whole, organic, farm-fresh ingredients . Go to onceuponafarmorganics.com and use the code FRESH25 for 25% off your first order. Prose now makes supplements personally tailored to address your specific cause of hair shedding . Get your free in-depth consultation and 15% off your custom hair supplements at prose.com/laughing.  Quip electric toothbrushes have timed sonic vibrations with 30-second pulses to guide a dentist-recommended two-minute clean. Go to getquip.com/LAUGHING to get your first refill FREE.  School Toolbox makes shopping for school supplies for your kids easier– and also creates fundraising opportunities for your school! Find out more at schooltoolbox.com/whatfreshhell. StoryWorth helps your loved ones share stories through thought-provoking questions about their memories and personal thoughts. Get started with $10 off at storyworth.com/whatfreshhell.  WINNØW is the first clean face cream to pair CBD with ingredients like shea butter and hyaluronic and amino acids. Go to www.winnowcbd.com and use the code FRESH15 to save 15% on your first order.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Emergency Medical Minute
Podcast 733: Nitric Oxide for COVID

Emergency Medical Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 5:59


Contributor: Nick Hatch, MD Educational Pearls: Inhaled nitric oxide or Flolan may be considered in COVID Flolan is a prostaglandin can be inhaled or given IV These medications are classically used for right-sided heart failure, but may be used in COVID Causes pulmonary vasodilation to reduce the resistance against the right ventricle Complications include hypotension and hemolysis, but nitric oxide can be turned off very quickly if needed Be careful and wean patients on nitric oxide for pulmonary hypertension References Lotz C, Muellenbach RM, Meybohm P, et al. Effects of inhaled nitric oxide in COVID-19-induced ARDS - Is it worthwhile?. Acta Anaesthesiol Scand. 2021;65(5):629-632. doi:10.1111/aas.13757 Summarized by John Spartz, MS4 | Edited by Erik Verzemnieks, MD   The Emergency Medical Minute is excited to announce that we are now offering AMA PRA Category 1 credits™ via online course modules. To access these and for more information, visit our website at https://emergencymedicalminute.org/cme-courses/ and create an account.  Donate to EMM today! Diversity and Inclusion Award

Toddler Purgatory
Our Biggest Parenting Fears

Toddler Purgatory

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 42:21


The list of typical parenting fears is longer than a CVS receipt, and for us, researching this episode didn't exactly make that list shorter. Turns out there are big picture, hypothetical fears, most common before the baby actually arrives; there are societally imposed, nightly-news sort of fears; and for most of us, a few more “I know this sounds crazy but” fears, which we have made up all on our own.  It's hard not to want to bubble wrap our kids until college… but since there are probably some negative side effects to that as well, in this episode we discuss how to manage our relationships with some of the most common parenting fears. Here are links to some writing on the topic that we discuss in this episode: Connie Mattiessen for BabyCenter: Top 5 parenting fears and what you can do about them Paul Donahue: Parenting Without Fear: Letting Go of Worry and Focusing on What Really Matters Dr. Minne Fekkes et al: Effects of Antibullying School Program on Bullying and Health Complaints Special thanks to our sponsors: Hey Honey is the first complete skin care line infused with Honey and Bee Propolis. Get 20% off your first order by going to heyhoney.com and using code FRESH at checkout. Jane.com is a boutique marketplace featuring the latest in women's fashion, accessories, home decor, children's clothing, and more. And you will not believe the prices! Visit jane.com/laughing. Betterhelp Start taking charge of your mental health– no matter where you live! Go to betterhelp.com/laughing to get 10% off your first month of counseling. Once Upon a Farm fruit and vegetable blends are made with whole, organic, farm-fresh ingredients and packaged in grab-and-go pouches. Go to onceuponafarmorganics.com and use the code LAUGHING for 25% off your first order. KiwiCo is the perfect kids' gift this holiday season– a fun, hands-on educational experience. Get 50% off your first month plus free shipping on any crate line with the code LAUGHING at kiwico.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Survival Preppers with Duff & Dale
TSP074: Internet Outage Effects & Social Credit Scores

The Survival Preppers with Duff & Dale

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 71:12


In today's show, we'll be going over what a complete internet outage would look like, the newest Covid variant, and how a social credit score could be coming to the U.S. and other countries around the world. Complete Internet Outage What would a complete internet outage mean to the economy and the average person? Just […]

Biohacking Superhuman Performance
Episode # 71: How to Boost the Effects of Anti-Aging Skincare and Light Therapy

Biohacking Superhuman Performance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 99:40


My guest this week is Amitay Eshel, the co-founder, and CEO of Young Goose, the biohacking skincare brand. After serving in leading roles in Israel's special forces community, he has held executive roles in the health, wellness, and beauty industry for over a decade.  Young Goose embodies his two passions, performance optimization, and skin health, with products that boost the functions of natural rejuvenation processes in the skin. We're discussing anti-aging, biohacking for the skin and whole body, and red light therapy.  Guest Offer: Save 20% on your purchase of Young Goose SkinCare:  http://bit.ly/YOUNGGOOSE20 Code: SUPERHUMAN20 Follow Amitay https://www.instagram.com/young_goose_skincare https://www.younggoose.com/   Sponsor: Thanks to our Episode Sponsor BiOptimizers. BiOptimizers make the only full-spectrum and most bioavailable Magnesium Supplement on the market called Magnesium Breakthrough – I use it every day and every night for brain benefits, to optimize my sleep, and much more. This month is also when they are offering huge discounts and free products on all qualifying orders! Just use my exclusive link: www.magnesiumbreakthrough.com/bionat and use discount code "bionat" to stock up and SAVE! That's www.magnesiumbreakthrough.com/bionat with promo code “bionat”   Show Notes: [04:30] How do you go from Green Beret to Red Light Therapy to Skincare line? .. [11:00] Can you look younger without optimizing your overall health?.. [19:15] Light therapy for anti-aging, longevity, medical purposes and more… [32:25] Red light masks for anti-aging… [37:00] Can red light affect the infrastructure underneath the skin?.. [41:05] Red light therapy for the brain and gut… [49:45] Red light for hair growth… [56:45] Let's talk about skincare… [62:15] NAD for health and skin… [73:40] Talking more about ingredients.. Chamomile to downregulate CD38.. Using fermented resveratrol, a polyphenol, and antioxidant. Ghk-cu for glycation and more… [79:30] Should all GHK-cu products be blue to be effective?.. [81:34] How do you figure out what products you should and shouldn't trust?.. [85:06] What results should we expect from skincare as far as a reversal of skin damage?.. [86:55] Damaging the skin in order to remodel your skin.. Is there a limit to the number of procedures you can do for improvement?.. [93:03] What is in the face mask that Amitay gave Nathalie?..

The Perception & Action Podcast
378 – Achieving Balance (and Integration?) in Skill Acquisition Research & Theory

The Perception & Action Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 20:52


A few updates on the first month of my book release. And how do we achieve balance in looking at the different theories of skill acquisition? Is it possible to integrate the different approaches?   Articles: Two visual systems and two theories of perception: An attempt to reconcile the constructivist and ecological approaches Information Processing and Constraints-based Views of Skill Acquisition: Divergent or Complementary? Contextual inference underlies the learning of sensorimotor repertoires Effects of an expert-modeled attentional focus cue structure on skilled jump rope performance and learning Prospective control of manual interceptive actions: comparative simulations of extant and new model constructs Children are suboptimal in adapting motor exploration to task dimensionality during motor learning How direct is visual perception?: Some reflections on Gibson's “ecological approach” Ecological foundations of cognition. I: Symmetry and specificity of animal-environment systems Motor Schema Theory after 27 Years: Reflections and Implications for a New Theory   Videos: https://youtu.be/0idB-6ToVAI https://youtu.be/kEFlYLM3nX0   More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articles) My ASU Web page Podcast Facebook page (videos, pics, etc)   Subscribe in iOS/Apple Subscribe in Anroid/Google   Support the podcast and receive bonus content   Credits: The Flamin' Groovies – ShakeSome Action Mark Lanegan - Saint Louis Elegy via freemusicarchive.org and jamendo.com

Marketing, Media & Money
The Compounding Effects of a Great Brand with Claire Bahn

Marketing, Media & Money

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 31:57


Claire Bahn is a personal brand strategist and the CEO and Founder of Claire Bahn Group. She has been helping high-achieving entrepreneurs, investors, founders, and executives create their best personal brand for over 10 years.As an entrepreneur and influencer with over 70k+ followers on social media, Claire has learned the importance of creating and maintaining your personal brand. She helps everyone from entrepreneurs to business executives leverage their personal brand to develop the authority, influence, and trust they need to exceed their business goals.Claire has been featured in Entrepreneur, Forbes, This Week in Startups with Jason Calacanis, MarketWatch, and Ticker Australia to name a few.Claire's Gift: Personal Branding MasterclassLearn how to position yourself as an expert, grow your audience, and attract the right clients>> https://clairebahn.com/personal-branding-masterclassConnect with Claire Bahn:Website: https://clairebahn.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/clairebahnTwitter: https://twitter.com/ClaireBahnLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/clairebahn/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/clairebahn/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/clairebahngroup See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Ghostbusters Interdimensional Crossrip
#743 - Arjen Tuiten, Special Make-Up & Live Acton Creature Effects Designer - November 29, 2021

Ghostbusters Interdimensional Crossrip

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 45:22


This week on the show, we're honored to be joined by the amazingly talented special make-up and creature effects designer of Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Arjen Tuiten. Spoiler avoiders beware, we discuss any and all creatures and prosthetic make-up effects that were created for Jason Reitman's outstanding film and delve into how the original Ghostbusters among other classics from the 1980's inspired Arjen to get into his chosen profession in the first place. If you love creature design, animatronics, and learning just how all the magic is made, this is the podcast interview for you!

Viewpoints
The Mental Effects of Solitary Confinement & Imprisonment

Viewpoints

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 11:05


The U.S. still has the highest number of inmates in the world, with more than 2 million people behind bars. For a segment of this population, spending weeks, months, or even years in solitary confinement is very much a reality. We speak with two criminal justice experts about the lasting effects of solitary confinement and the mental health crisis plaguing prisons.

Shit We Don't Tell Mom
35. The Financial, Physical, and Mental Costs of Our Periods

Shit We Don't Tell Mom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 53:04


IUDs. Sex during periods. Pain. Discomfort. The tampon tax and all the other costs associated with our menstrations. Kristy and Angie tackle some burning questions about the ever so enduring, unbelievably persistent, biological event we unwillingly go through - our periods. We hit up our male friends and asked them to tell us something they know about menstruation and then ask something they want to know about menstruation.Takeaways:We need men to do the work to normalize periods for everyonePeriods are expensive, and pads and tampons are just the tip of the icebergsSevere menstrual cramps is debilitating, physically and mentallyJust because we experience periods on a regular (or  not so regular) basis, does not dilute its severity or legitimacy Mentions & Resources:IUD Expulsion: is it as scary as it sounds?Intrauterine Devices (IUDs) Ovulation. Breastfeeding, and Being A Chinese Daughter ft. Georgie MahBuilding Resiliency and Tearing Down Facades ft. Steven NgoWhat is Dysmenorrhea?Effects of Premenstrual Symptoms on BipolarSocial Justice with Your Asian Parents ft. Irving Chong Did you enjoy this episode? The best way to support this show is by listening and sharing with a friend. If you would like to buy a coffee or bubble, we would love that too.---- Connect with us:Website: www.shitwedonttellmom.comSend us an audio message by clicking here!Instagram @shitwedonttellmom Email: shitwedonttellmom@gmail.comSupport us with a bubble tea: www.ko-fi.com/swdtm   ----Interested in creating your own podcast?We use Buzzsprout as our host because they seamlessly link to major podcast platforms and make it really easy to read analytics. They also have an awesome support team. Sign up today and get a $20 Amazon gift card and we get a little something too. Yes this is an affiliate link because we use them too. Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/swdtm)

Healing Word Radio
Pegi Deeter - Healing the effects of Abortion

Healing Word Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 29:18


Pegi Deeter - Healing the effects of Abortion by Bill and Sandi Griffin

Chasing Immortality
Rasputin: The Man Who Can't Be Killed

Chasing Immortality

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 63:38


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The Cure for Chronic Pain with Nicole Sachs, LCSW
158: Episode 159 - The Traumatic Effects of Anger

The Cure for Chronic Pain with Nicole Sachs, LCSW

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 39:38


Happy Podcast Day, Day After Thanksgiving, And Black Friday! And no matter what you feel about any of those things, I send you love. Today on the pod we are discussing the lifelong effects of being raised in an angry, rageful, chaotic environment, or however this translates to your experience (don't worry - we make room for everyone.) You have far more power than you realize to affect your emotional and physical health, and we discuss lots of ways for you to consider this! Join us. XOXO n. ALSO, Black Friday DEALS ABOUND! My next VIRTUAL RETREAT WEEKEND, May 13-15, 2022 is $100 off from now until Sunday, 11/28 at noon. You will receive a copy of my FFCP Course and 4 original guided mediations FREE when you sign up (to use yourself or gift to another for the Holidays!) Click here to join us: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/freedom-from-chronic-pain-virtual-weekend-with-nicole-sachs-lcsw-tickets-210512597847 For BLACK FRIDAY Curable is offering 60% off a year's membership. Click here! www.getcurable.com/nicole My next retreat - LIVE and in person: APRIL RETREAT AT THE ART OF LIVING RETREAT CENTER 4/8-4/10 click below! https://artoflivingretreatcenter.org/event/faculty/nicole-sachs/freedom-from-chronic-pain/ Past virtual retreats recordings available for sale now on my website: https://www.thecureforchronicpain.com/buy-retreat-recordings FREEDOM FROM CHRONIC PAIN course: https://www.thecureforchronicpain.com/course FREEDOM FROM AN ANXIOUS LIFE course: Click here for all the details and to purchase! PLEASE RATE AND REVIEW THE PODCAST HERE TO HELP OTHERS FIND IT! If you are interested in supporting the many free resources I offer to get this message to the global community, please consider donating to my cause on my website, www.thecureforchronicpain.com. Look for the DONATE button on the home page. Thank you so much! ALL MY RESOURCES: Instagram: Follow me on insta @nicolesachslcsw for tons of new content Website: The Cure for Chronic Pain YouTube: The Cure for Chronic Pain with Nicole Sachs, LCSW Book: The Meaning of Truth Online Course: FREEDOM FROM CHRONIC PAIN FB Closed Group:JournalSpeak with Nicole Sachs, LCSW OMEGA General info: OMEGA INSTITUTE Subscribe Apple Podcasts Deezer iHeart RadioPublic RSS Spotify

YAP - Young and Profiting
#YAPClassic: Tap Into a Miracle Mindset with Tim Storey

YAP - Young and Profiting

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 63:20


Get in the Miracle Mindset with Tim Storey! In this episode, we are chatting with Tim Storey, acclaimed author, speaker, and life coach to top athletes, celebrities, and executives. Tim has inspired millions of people across the globe to create the future they desire. Featured on Oprah, Steve Harvey, and numerous other shows, Tim has helped people become honest with themselves to overcome the obstacles that are setting them back. In this week's episode, we talk about Tim's beginnings in Compton, how he became a great communicator, and his main principles: The Law of the Harvest and The Miracle Mindset. We'll then dig deeper into how to find true direction in your life, dealing with outside pressures, overcoming difficult setbacks (especially in the era of COVID), and much more. This is an episode you don't want to miss! Sponsored by Podbean. Podbean is a podcast hosting platform with all the features you need to start a podcast, promote your podcast, and monetize your podcast. For 1 month of free hosting visit: www.podbean.com/YAP   Calls to Action:    Follow YAP on IG: www.instagram.com/youngandprofiting Reach out to Hala directly at Hala@YoungandProfiting.com Follow Hala on Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Follow Hala on Instagram: www.instagram.com/yapwithhala Check out our website to meet the team, view show notes and transcripts: www.youngandprofiting.com Timestamps:   00:53 - The Thread That Connects Tim's Endeavors 01:58 - Mother Teresa's Influence on Tim 03:19 - How Tim Became a Great Communicator 04:45 - The Law of the Harvest 07:29 - The Miracle Mindset and Perspectives  09:21 - The Miracle Mentality  11:31 - Living in the Moment 16:51 - How to Find Direction in Life 18:59 - Dealing With Pressure and Outside Influence 21:12 - Tim's Personal Story with Loss 23:47 - Secret to Getting Out of a Setback  26:24 - The Way to Pick Yourself Up After the Effects of COVID 28:44 - One of Tim's Most Memorable Stories 35:23 - The Secret to a Happy Life 37:55 - Conversations Around Discrimination in 2020 40:37 - Story Behind John Lennon's All We Need is Love 42:47 - Don't Be Dramatic in the Midst of Drama 47:04 - Tim's New Book, The Miracle Mentality  49:20 - Tim's Secret to Profiting in Life Mentioned in the Episode:   Tim's Website: https://www.timstorey.com/ Tim's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/timstoreyofficial/?hl=en

MacVoices Video
MacVoices #21224: MacVoices Live! - The Effects of App Tracking, Big Tech Company Bias (3)

MacVoices Video

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 29:54


David Ginsburg, Brittany Smith, Warren Sklar, Jim Rea, Kelly Guimont, and Mark Fuccio finish up our MacVoices Live! discussion of Apple buying ads for apps in the App Store before turning their attention to the effects of app tracking. We finish up with some thoughts on why there seems to be so much bias against big companies…and big tech companies in particular. (Part 3)   This edition of MacVoices is sponsored by Smile, the makers of TextExpander for Mac, iPad, and iPhone. Find out more at TextExpander.com/podcast. Show Notes: Guests: Mark Fuccio is actively involved in high tech startup companies, both as a principle at piqsure.com, or as a marketing advisor through his consulting practice Tactics Sells High Tech, Inc. Mark was a proud investor in Microsoft from the mid-1990's selling in mid 2000, and hopes one day that MSFT will be again an attractive investment. You can contact Mark through Twitter on LinkedIn. David Ginsburg is the host of the weekly podcast In Touch With iOS where he discusses all things iOS, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Apple Watch, and related technologies. He is an IT professional supporting Mac, iOS and Windows users. Visit his YouTube channel at https://youtube.com/daveg65 and find and follow him on Twitter @daveg65. Kelly Guimont is a podcaster and friend of the Rebel Alliance. She hosts the Daily Observations Podcast at MacObserver.com, and appears on The Incomparable network as well as hosts I Want My M(CU) TV. You can also hear her on The Aftershow with Mike Rose, and she still has more to say which she saves for Twitter. Jim Rea has been an independent Mac developer continuously since 1984. He is the founder of ProVUE Development, and the author of Panorama X, ProVUE's ultra fast RAM based database software for the macOS platform. Follow Jim at provue.com and via @provuejim on Twitter. Brittany Smith is a cognitive neuroscientist who provides a variety of consulting services through her business, Devise and Conquer that includes ADD/ADHD coaching, technology coaching, productivity consulting, and more. She is a self-designated “well-rounded geek”, and holds a M.S. degree in Cognitive Neuroscience. She can be found on Twitter as @addliberator. Check out her latest project, a YouTube channel of tech tips. Links: Apple hit a new low with its high-profit App Store antics by The Macalope on Macworld Support:      Become a MacVoices Patron on Patreon     http://patreon.com/macvoices      Enjoy this episode? Make a one-time donation with PayPal Connect:      Web:     http://macvoices.com      Twitter:     http://www.twitter.com/chuckjoiner     http://www.twitter.com/macvoices      Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/chuck.joiner      MacVoices Page on Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/macvoices/      MacVoices Group on Facebook:     http://www.facebook.com/groups/macvoice      LinkedIn:     https://www.linkedin.com/in/chuckjoiner/      Instagram:     https://www.instagram.com/chuckjoiner/ Subscribe:      Audio in iTunes     Video in iTunes      Subscribe manually via iTunes or any podcatcher:      Audio: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesrss      Video: http://www.macvoices.com/rss/macvoicesvideorss

Restoring Human Movement
Can Exercise Reduce The Effects Of Aging

Restoring Human Movement

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 36:03


PREMIUM PODCAST LINK (for Clinicians only) This week's podcast is a solo discussing the positive effects of exercises on the "feeling of being old." There is no way to reduce age, yet the feeling of being old can be improved with general physical and mental activity Enjoy! Looking to get in touch with our office? Send us a message here. We are in Costa Mesa CA but we can help people virtually very efficiently.  5 Step Workshops for Clinicians link Cody Dimak Strength and Conditioning Series for Clinicians. Lower Body Conditions Upper Body Conditions

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary | Astronomy, Space & Science News

The Astronomy, Technology, and Space Science News Podcast.SpaceTime Series 24 Episode 134*DAVINCI mission to study VenusNASA's DAVINCI -- Deep Atmosphere Venus Investigation of Noble gases, Chemistry and Imaging mission will launch in 2029.*Evidence of an exploding comet discovered in ChileA new study has revealed that slabs of silicate glass covering the ground in Chile's Atacama Desert were caused by a comet.*Ingenuity undertakes its 15th flight on MarsNASA's Mars Ingenuity helicopter has undertaken its 15th flight in the skies above Jezero crater on the first leg of a journey taking it back to its starting point from where it took off on its first ever flight on the red planet.*The Science ReportTragedy at a Nebraska zoo where three extremely rare snow leopards have died of COVID-19.Effects of global warming on soils could see food and fibre production affected by fungal plant pathogens.Extinct Japanese wolf might be the domestic dogs closest relative.Alex on Tech – Apple launches a self-service repair program.For more SpaceTime and show links: https://linktr.ee/biteszHQ If you love this podcast, please get someone else to listen too. Thank you…To become a SpaceTime supporter and unlock commercial free editions of the show, gain early access and bonus content, please visit https://bitesz.supercast.com/ . Premium version now available via Spotify and Apple Podcasts.To listen to SpaceTime on your favorite App automatically: https://link.chtbl.com/spacetime https://bitesz.com

Stay Young America!
80. Mental Health for First Responders with Kevin Lynch

Stay Young America!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 19:48


Depression and PTSD are up to 5 times more common in first responders. In fact, Americans in public service are more likely to die by suicide than in the line of duty. The reality facing our country's first responders is at a critical point. We need to create greater awareness and understanding of the emotional toll our nation's first responders experience through their day-to-day lives and the long-term impact on their well-being, according to Kevin M. Lynch, CEO, and President of The Quell Foundation. We are fortunate enough to have Kevin on our show today. Learn more here.  1:52 First responders being exhausted 2:10 Why are you focusing on first responders? 3:16 Stress or fear playing a role for first responders? 4:19 Do first responders have a higher chance of abusing substances or alcohol?  4:55 Let's discuss how stress affects our minds and bodies Stress management and mental health Long-term effects of stress can include: diabetes, heart disease, decreased libido, stroke, high blood pressure. Long-term effects of stress can include: diabetes, heart disease, decreased libido, stroke, high blood pressure. Most police officers are not required to receive stress management training prior to entering into the workforce “Stressful law enforcement duties are associated with a risk of sudden cardiac death (3)” What does stress do to the brain? Effects of stress on the mind can include: migraines, depression, mood changes, withdrawn, impulsive behaviors, ect Trauma “Experiencing trauma can keep your brain in a hyperactive state, suppressing your memory and impulse control. Trapping you in a constant state of strong emotional reactivity (4)” 6:35 According to your research does gender play a role in stress management? 8:01 To the doctors: How is the stress first responders face affecting their physical health? What are you seeing in the field?  10:33 Is there a generational divide? 11:33 Is this something you can be proactive about?  13:01 Statistics “The #1 Killer of police officers is suicide (1) “Depression and PTSD are up to 5 times more common in first responders. (2)” “85% of first responders have experienced symptoms related to mental health conditions. (2)” “Police officers and firefighters are more likely to die by suicide than in the line of duty. (2)” 14:17 Knowing these statistics, why aren't there more resources for first responders? 15:03 Quell Foundation- Can you give us a program overview? First responders teaching first responders Importance of learning from trusted peers We are working with 2 retired first responders, and 1 active first responder to help create and administer our program. “Police officers reported that they would be more open to talking about mental health if their peers or organization directors started the conversation (5)” Providing tools to combat everyday stresses How we can help prepare first responders prior to experiencing a traumatic event Critical Incident Stress Management. Have a plan laid out that will be available if/when a traumatic incident occurs Providing daily self-help practices that are easily accessible Mindfulness practices Sleeping guides Most people who experience PTSD have trouble with sleep schedules Counseling resources Yoga for first responders General structure of your project Introductory course Kickstarter program to include Mission Statement Screening of documentary followed by discussion General information that will be useful for all first responders Mini crash courses Follow up mini courses to focus on specific topics Module Topic examples: Peer Support Resiliency Stress management Life after work: retirement   References https://bluehelp.org/resources/statistics/ (1) https://business.kaiserpermanente.org/insights/mental-health-workplace/first-responder-support (2) https://cdn1.sph.harvard.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/575/2017/07/Sudden-Cardiac-Death-and-Police-Officers.pdf (3) https://www.wholewellnesstherapy.com/post/trauma-and-the-brain (4) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7559930/ (5)   “Executive Medicine Moment” At Executive Medicine of Texas we understand that true health can only be found when you treat the patient as a whole. That's why our Executive Physical Exams are second to none in the amount of testing and information we gather prior to making a wellness plan for our patients. Learn more about how you can take charge of your health at http://www.EMTexas.com  Website: StayYoungAmerica.com  Twitter: @StayYoungPod  Facebook: @Stay Young Media, LLC

GymCastic: The Gymnastics Podcast
Carly Patterson's Album Interpreted and Dr. Dave Tilley PT Gymnastics Myth Busters

GymCastic: The Gymnastics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 115:34


CARLY PATTERSON'S ALBUM: BACK TO THE BEGINNING This episode has been commissioned by "Just an Ordinary Girl Putting Up a Fight to Get Out of This Temporary Life," who requested an episode analyzing the music of 2004 Olympic Champion, Carly Rae Patterson and her 2009 album, Back to the Beginning. We answer important questions like, which song is a metaphor for WOGA? And which one is really about Khorkina? Gymnastics Science Myth Busters with Dr. Dave Tilley PT, NCSA The internal work; therapy and/or self reflection, necessary to be healthy in our jobs and relationships Learning to have a healthy relationship with exercise after gymnastics The actual force impact of landings and falls and a yurchenko double back on the body The science behind back pain in gymnasts during puberty. Red S Syndrome (formerly Female Athlete Triad) and the damaging garbage nutrition fads hurting gymnasts. Gymnastics Myth Busted with an Dr. Dave Tilley PhD: You have to be short, young, and under-developed to be good at gymnastics and all skills have to be learned before puberty. False! We discuss the physical and psychological advantages of hormones and puberty for female gymnasts. Gymnasts and children should never weight train. False! The original study was based on children laborers and not safe, supervised weightlifting. Back pain, during puberty especially, is just a normal part of gymnastics and can't be prevented. False! We discuss the effect hormones have on ligaments and bones during healthy puberty and how coaches can help their gymnasts safely navigate this growth period. If you are overweight you will tear your achilles. False! BMI is not a factor in gymnasts achilles tears. Read the study here. Resources & References: SHIFT Movement Science and Gymnastics Education SHIFT Free Resource Lab  SHIFT Hero Lab: international online gymnastics education community Developing Powerful Athletes Pt 1  Developing Powerful Athletes Pt 2   Long Term Athletic Development Natalie Yurchenko Olympic Channel interview on yurchenko double back. Factors Associated With Achilles Tendon Rupture in Women's Collegiate Gymnastics Weight Training Safety & Performance in children and adolescents: The effectiveness of exercise interventions to prevent sports injuries (BJSM)  Youth Resistance Training International Consensus Position Statement (BJSM)  Resistance training for children and adolescents (Translational Pediatrics)  Youth Resistance Training Position Statement Paper (JSCR) Plyometric training performance in elite-oriented prepubertal female gymnasts  Effects if Resistance Training in Youth Athletes  The effects of eccentric training on lower limb flexibility: a systematic review (BJSM)  Increasing muscle extensibility: a matter of increasing length or modifying sensation? (Phys Ther)  Regular stretch does not increase muscle extensibility (Scan J Med Sci Sports) Red S Syndrome and Disordered Eating in Gymnastics: Understanding Eating Disorders in Elite Gymnastics (Clin Sports Med) Disordered Eating in Women's Gymnastics (JASP) The IOC consensus statement on RED-S (BJSM) Interaction among skeletal muscle metabolic energy systems during intense exercise (J Nutr Metab) JOIN CLUB GYM NERD  Join Club Gym Nerd for access to Behind the Scenes episodes. Buy our awesome clothing and gifts here. We have masks too! RELATED EPISODES Project K Project K: Decoding Romanian Secret Police Files on The Karolyis with Dr. Simona Petracovsch 368: No-No-Nunnoisms (Commissioned) 367: Shawn and Nastia: From Feud to Friendship (Commissioned) 365: 1988 Olympics Team Competition (Commissioned) 364: 80s Fight! (Commissioned) 327: 1993 NCAA Nationals (Commissioned) 325: Olympics of Difference Makers (Commissioned) 313: Best Floor Routines EVAH! (Commissioned) 312: 4th Is the New 1st (Commissioned) 309: Perfect Form – The O'Beirne Code (Commissioned) 308: 2004 Olympic All-Around Final (Commissioned) 306: Gymnastics Fails (Commissioned) 304: The GymCastic Olympics (Commissioned) 281: Myths, Legends, and Unexpected Moments PART 2 (Commissioned) 279: A Diva Is Magical: The Svetlana Khorkina Episode (Commissioned) 278: 2000 Sydney All-Around Final (Commissioned) 262: 1996 Olympic Event Finals (Commissioned) 258: The Fluff Cast (Commissioned) 256: 1996 Olympic All-Around Final (Commissioned) 255: 1996 Olympic Team Final (Commissioned) 252: Myths, Legends and Unexpected Moments in Gymnastics History (Commissioned) 228: Leotards (Commissioned) 225: 1992 Olympics Recap with Wendy Bruce (Commissioned) 185: 2008 Olympic All-Around Finals (Commissioned)

Dunc'd On Basketball NBA Podcast
Dunc'd On Live Mailbag: Spurs and Cavs' Next Steps, Effects of New Rules, Is There Anyone Like Steph, and More

Dunc'd On Basketball NBA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 52:58


More great questions from listeners, revolving around the plan in Cleveland with the emergence of Evan Mobley, what will happen with the Spurs' future, building a team around Nikola Jokic, and much more. If you like Dunc'd On, you or someone in your life might like my wife Aislinn's analytical approach to yoga. Check out her streaming service, Yoga With Aislinn, free for a week. Subscribe to our new weekly mailing list for free bonus content and all the info you need to keep up with the latest from Nate and Danny!  With Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) and Danny Leroux (@DannyLeroux). 

Ask a Cycling Coach - TrainerRoad Podcast
Muscle Cramps Deep Dive, Fitness Plateaus, Protein Guidelines and More – Ask a Cycling Coach 340

Ask a Cycling Coach - TrainerRoad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 122:14


What role does glycogen availability play in cramping and what is the latest research showing us about why cramps happen? Orange Seal Off-Road Team's Alex Wild will join us to dig into this as well as discussing fitness plateaus, endurance athlete guidelines for protein intake and more. Join us live for Episode 340 of the Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast! -------------------------------------------- TOPICS COVERED IN THIS EPISODE 0:15 Intro 4:28 Alex's off-season 10:31 The Hosts' Goals for 2022  24:26 Deep dive into muscle cramps and glycogen 01:12:04 Rapid Fire Questions 1:23:55 Training with too high of an FTP 1:32:40 How Alex avoids fitness plateaus as a pro athlete 1:39:33 Training for extremely long climbs 1:49:10 How much protein should endurance athletes ingest? 1:56:00 More Rapid Fire Questions -------------------------------------------- RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE - Kawasaki: 'A monkey never cramps' - Serum electrolyte concentrations and hydration status are not associated with exercise associated muscle cramping (EAMC) in distance runners - Cause of Exercise Associated Muscle Cramps (EAMC) — altered neuromuscular control, dehydration or electrolyte depletion? - A Narrative Review of Exercise-Associated Muscle Cramps: Factors that Contribute to Neuromuscular Fatigue and Management Implications - Muscle Cramping in the Marathon: Dehydration and Electrolyte Depletion vs. Muscle Damage - Muscle Cramping During Exercise: Causes, Solutions, and Questions Remaining - Ingestion of transient receptor potential channel agonists attenuates exercise-induced muscle cramps - Exercise-Associated Muscle Cramp-Doubts About the Cause - Skeletal muscle fatigue: cellular mechanisms - Role of glycogen availability on SR Ca2+ kinetics in human skeletal muscle - Effects of Congestive Heart Failure on Ca2+ Handling in Skeletal Muscle During Fatigue - Oxidative stress impairs the function of sarcoplasmic reticulum by oxidation of sulfhydryl groups in the Ca2+-ATPase - The Role of the Anabolic Properties of Plant- versus Animal-Based Protein Sources in Supporting Muscle Mass Maintenance: A Critical Review -------------------------------------------- TRY TRAINERROAD RISK FREE FOR 30 DAYS! TrainerRoad makes cyclists faster. Athletes get structured indoor workouts, science-backed training plans, and easy-to-use performance analysis tools to reach their goals. Get Started: https://bit.ly/3unoSnx   Adaptive Training: What it is, how to use it: https://bit.ly/3dIRClW Build Your Custom Plan: https://bit.ly/3oR8sme  Train Together with Group Workouts: https://bit.ly/3fkaYyd  -------------------------------------------- LEARN MORE ABOUT ADAPTIVE TRAINING Adaptive Training Video: https://youtu.be/c15eVK29bj0  Adaptive Training: What it is, how to use it: https://bit.ly/3dIRClW  How Adaptive Training Makes You Faster: https://bit.ly/2ZNfWLq  -------------------------------------------- SUCCESSFUL ATHLETES PODCAST Listen to the Successful Athletes Podcast now!: https://www.TrainerRoad.com/SAP  -------------------------------------------- SCIENCE OF GETTING FASTER PODCAST Listen to the Science of Getting Faster Podcast now!: https://www.TrainerRoad.com/SOGF  -------------------------------------------- STAY IN TOUCH Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainerRd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trainerroad/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TrainerRoad Strava Club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/trainerroad

A Duck in a Tree
A Duck in a Tree 2021-11-20 | Hypermedial Effects

A Duck in a Tree

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 58:34


    The 489th of a series of weekly radio programmes created by :zoviet*france:   First broadcast 20 November 2021 by Resonance 104.4 FM, and CJMP 90.1 FM   Thanks to the artists included here for their fine work.   track list 00 Matt Atkins - Intro 01 Monty Adkins - With Love. From an Invader. [extract] 02 Katatonic Silentio - Underwater Temple 03 Eamon the Destroyer - A Slow Motion Fade 04 Mira Calix - Wooddrifts 05 Jos Smolders & Jim O'Rourke - Additive Inverse [extract] 06 S.E.T.I. - Multiverse 07 Cousin Silas - The Old Room 08 Anne Turyn - Phone Machine Messages by Joe Gibbons [extract] 09 Posset - Ordinary Bootsy 10 Matt Parker - Transmission from Overseas 11 Bandoek - In the Red Room 12 Sevenism - Nitrol 13 Beautytone - Above ++ Matt Atkins - Outro    

Naturally Florida
Florida on Fire: Prescribed Fire in the Sunshine State

Naturally Florida

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 19:17


In this episode, we explore fire in Florida, what ecosystems burn and why, the history and current state of fire in Florida, and some neat adaptations found in plants and animals of fire-depended ecosystems. Learn more: Fire and Habitat - https://sfyl.ifas.ufl.edu/archive/hot_topics/environment/fire_habitat.shtml Effects of Fire on Florida's Wildlife and Wildlife Habitat - https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/publication/uw132 Wind and Trees: Lessons Learned from Hurricanes (Mentioned by Shannon) - https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/publication/FR173 How You Can Help: Consider Creating a Firewise Landscape - These documents outline actions homeowners can take to better prepare their landscape for a possible wildfire: https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/publication/FR076 https://www.fdacs.gov/Forest-Wildfire/For-Communities/Firewise-USA/Create-Defensible-Space-Around-Homes https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/publication/FR334 https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/publication/FR147 https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/publication/FR151 Support Prescribed Burning Programs – These resources outline prescribed burning efforts throughout Florida: https://www.fdacs.gov/Forest-Wildfire/Wildland-Fire/Prescribed-Fire https://myfwc.com/wildlifehabitats/habitat/prescribed-fire/ Sources for this Episode: Gopher Frogs, Burrows, and Fire: Interactions in the Longleaf Pine Ecosystem - https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/publication/UW295 Effects of fire history, tree age, and canopy seed bank size on serotiny of Ocala sand pine (Pinus clausa var. clausa) in Florida scrub - https://www.jstor.org/stable/26477959 Chapter 9 – Ecological Effects - https://www.fdacs.gov/content/download/39688/file/pft_chapter_09_ecological_effects.pdf If you enjoyed this episode, please consider sharing it with a friend who might enjoy learning about Florida's natural areas and the wild things that live here! If you're active on iNaturalist, consider joining our iNaturalist project, Naturally Florida's Listener Observations, here: https://www.inaturalist.org/projects/naturally-florida-s-listener-observations --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/naturallyflorida/message

Safety FM with Dr. Jay Allen
Body Language ant It's Effects on Communication

Safety FM with Dr. Jay Allen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 15:21


Today on The Jay Allen Show, Jay discusses the importance of body language and the effects it has on communication. Take a listen to this episode if it has been a while since you've been around people. Happy Thanksgiving!

Behind the Headlines Podcast
1221: Thompson and Gillespie see special session effects differently

Behind the Headlines Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 31:23


State Representatives John Gillespie and Dwayne Thompson, both of Memphis, talked on “Behind The Headlines” about the fallout from the most recent special session of the Tennessee Legislature, a possible return of legislation on the three Gs and new district lines.

The Peter Attia Drive
Rick Johnson, M.D.: Metabolic Effects of Fructose (Ep. #87 Rebroadcast)

The Peter Attia Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 109:48


Today's episode of The Drive is a rebroadcast of the conversation with Rick Johnson (originally released January 6th, 2020). This episode was one of the most popular discussions to-date and is a prelude to an upcoming follow-up discussion which will be coming out in February 2022 along with the release of Rick's new book. In this episode, Rick Johnson, professor of nephrology at the University of Colorado, explains how his research into the causes of blood pressure resulted in a change of research direction to focus more on how fructose has such profound metabolic effects. Rick begins by talking about the relationship between salt and high blood pressure, then provides a masterclass into uric acid, and then expertly reveals the mechanisms and pathways by which sugar (specifically fructose) can profoundly impact metabolic health. From there, he explains how he applies this information to real life patients as well as touches on some of the most promising ideas around pharmacotherapy that are being developed in response to the epidemics of fatty liver, insulin resistance, diabetes, and obesity. Furthermore, Rick gives his take on artificial sweeteners compared to real sugar, discusses cancer's affinity for fructose, and much more. We discuss: The connection between blood pressure and fructose that shifted Rick's professional focus [3:00]; The relationship between salt and blood pressure (and the role of sugar) [4:45]; Defining fructose, glucose, and sugar [18:30]; An ancient mutation in apes that explains why humans turn fructose into fat so easily [22:00]; The problems with elevated uric acid levels, and what it tells us about how sugar causes disease [30:30]; How sugar causes obesity—explaining the difference in glucose vs. fructose metabolism and the critical pathway induced by fructose [39:00]; Why drinking sugar is worse than eating it [49:00]; Unique ability of sugar to drive oxidative stress to the mitochondria, insulin resistance, and diabetes [53:00]; Why cancer loves fructose [59:20]; The many areas of the body that can use fructose [1:04:00]; Fructokinase inhibitors—a potential blockbuster? [1:06:15]; Treating high uric acid levels—Rick's approach with patients [1:09:00]; Salt intake—what advice does Rick give his patients? [1:15:30]; How excess glucose (i.e., high carb diets) can cause problems even in the absence of fructose [1:20:00]; Artificial sweeteners vs. real sugar—which is better? [1:28:15]; Umami, MSG, alcohol, beer—do these have a role in metabolic illness? [1:32:45]; Fructose consumption—Is any amount acceptable? Is fruit okay? Where does Rick draw a hard line? [1:37:45] How does Rick manage the sugar intake of his young kids? [1:42:00]; and More. Learn more: https://peterattiamd.com/ Show notes page for this episode: https://peterattiamd.com/rickjohnson/  Subscribe to receive exclusive subscriber-only content:  https://peterattiamd.com/subscribe/ Sign up to receive Peter's email newsletter: https://peterattiamd.com/newsletter/ Connect with Peter on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram.

The Elective Rotation: A Critical Care Hospital Pharmacy Podcast
663: What are the effects of morbid obesity on filgrastim pharmacokinetics?

The Elective Rotation: A Critical Care Hospital Pharmacy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 3:27


Show notes at pharmacyjoe.com/episode663. In this episode, I’ll discuss the effects of morbid obesity on filgrastim pharmacokinetics. The post 663: What are the effects of morbid obesity on filgrastim pharmacokinetics? appeared first on Pharmacy Joe.

Curiosity Daily
Psychedelic Therapy History, Cold Showers, Only Child Myth

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 15:25


Learn about psychedelics research in the 1950s; cold shower benefits; and an inaccurate stereotype about the only child. Thousands of patients were treated with psychedelics in the 1950s by Cameron Duke Fuentes, J. J., Fonseca, F., Elices, M., Farré, M., & Torrens, M. (2020). Therapeutic Use of LSD in Psychiatry: A Systematic Review of Randomized-Controlled Clinical Trials. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 10. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2019.00943  Lattin, D. (2017, January 3). How the War on Drugs Halted Research Into the Potential Benefits of Psychedelics. Slate Magazine; Slate. https://slate.com/technology/2017/01/the-war-on-drugs-halted-research-into-the-potential-benefits-of-psychedelics.html  Rick, D. (2011). Dr. Leary's Concord Prison Experiment: A 34-Year Follow-up Study. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/02791072.1998.10399715  The '60s Are Gone, But Psychedelic Research Trip Continues. (2014, March 9). NPR.org. https://www.npr.org/2014/03/09/288285764/the-60s-are-gone-but-psychedelic-research-trip-continues  Yensen, R., & Dryer, D. A. (1992, September 24). Thirty Years of Psychedelic Research: The Spring Grove Experiment and Its Sequels. ResearchGate; unknown. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/309477954_Thirty_Years_of_Psychedelic_Research_The_Spring_Grove_Experiment_and_Its_Sequels  Johns Hopkins Medicine Receives First Federal Grant for Psychedelic Treatment Research in 50 years. (2021, October 18). Johns Hopkins Medicine Newsroom. https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/newsroom/news-releases/johns-hopkins-medicine-receives-first-federal-grant-for-psychedelic-treatment-research-in-50-years  Are cold showers actually worth it? by Cameron Duke Bottoms, L. (2021, September 28). Cold showers are said to be good for you – here's what the evidence shows. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/cold-showers-are-said-to-be-good-for-you-heres-what-the-evidence-shows-167822   Buijze, G. A., Sierevelt, I. N., van der Heijden, B. C. J. M., Dijkgraaf, M. G., & Frings-Dresen, M. H. W. (2016). The Effect of Cold Showering on Health and Work: A Randomized Controlled Trial. PLOS ONE, 11(9), e0161749. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0161749  Janský, L., Pospíšilová, D., Honzová, S., Uličný, B., Šrámek, P., Zeman, V., & Kamínková, J. (1996). Immune system of cold-exposed and cold-adapted humans. European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology, 72-72(5-6), 445–450. https://doi.org/10.1007/bf00242274  Only children aren't more selfish than kids with siblings by Steffie Drucker Only Children Are No More Selfish Than Those With Siblings. (2021, October 7). Research Digest. https://digest.bps.org.uk/2021/10/07/only-children-are-no-more-selfish-than-those-with-siblings/   Zheng, X., Su, Q., Jing, C., & Zhang, Y.-Y. (2021). They Are Not Little Emperors: Only Children Are Just as Altruistic as Non-Only Children. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 194855062110381. https://doi.org/10.1177/19485506211038190   Higuera, V. (2019, October 23). Only Child Syndrome: Proven Reality or Long-Standing Myth? Healthline; Healthline Media. https://www.healthline.com/health/parenting/only-child-syndrome   one-child policy | Definition, Start Date, Effects, & Facts | Britannica. (2021). In Encyclopædia Britannica. https://www.britannica.com/topic/one-child-policy  Fifield, A. (2019, May 3). Beijing's one-child policy is gone. But many Chinese are still reluctant to have more. Washington Post; The Washington Post. https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/beijings-one-child-policy-is-gone-but-many-chinese-are-still-reluctant-to-have-more/2019/05/02/c722e568-604f-11e9-bf24-db4b9fb62aa2_story.html   Gallagher, J. (2020, July 14). Fertility rate: “Jaw-dropping” global crash in children being born. BBC News; BBC News. https://www.bbc.com/news/health-53409521   BBC News. (2021, May 31). China allows three children in major policy shift. BBC News; BBC News. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-57303592  Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to learn something new every day withCody Gough andAshley Hamer. Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Cup Of Nurses
CON EP 75: No Nut November

Cup Of Nurses

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 35:38


In this episode to commemorate all the homies in November, we are talking about no nut November. For those of you that don't know, men try to devote one month a year to no nutting. You can call it sex sobriety month, so we decided to devote this episode to talk about sex and porn. We want to give everyone out there more reasons to have more sex, this one's for the boys. Cup of Nurses: https://fanlink.to/CONsite Frontline Warriors: https://fanlink.to/FWsite Youtube https://fanlink.to/CONYT Apple https://fanlink.to/Applepodcast Spotify https://fanlink.to/Spotifypodcast Cup of Nurses Store https://fanlink.to/CONshop Frontline Warriors store https://fanlink.to/FWshop Interested in Travel Nursing? https://fanlink.to/TravelNurseNow Free Travel Nursing Guide  https://fanlink.to/Travelnursingchecklist Nclex Guide https://fanlink.to/NCLEXguide Cup of Nurses FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/cupofnurses Frontline Warriors FB group https://fanlink.to/FWFBgroup 0:00 Cup of Nurses Intro 1:45 Episode Introduction 4:00 Sex During the Pandemic 8:03 Health Benefits of Sex 10:24 Headache Relief 13:49 Good Cardiovascular Exercise 15:40 Helps With Menstrual Cramps 17:23 Makes you happy 20:57 What is Porn Addiction 25:15 Effects of Addiction

Blossom of Thought
Emerald Wilkins: Resolving Trauma and Its Intricacies

Blossom of Thought

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 38:55


The subject of this episode is trauma on mind and body. My guest is Emerald Wilkins from Florida, US. She is a Life Coach and has a Youtube channel - Diamond Net where she shares her perspective on the topics of wisdom, spirituality, enlightenment, depth psychology, the psyche, creativity, altered states of consciousness, and many other forms of exploration of Self and reality. We divide deep on: Effects of trauma on the body (immune system, central nervous system, etc.) and our minds. Gaining control over the residues of past trauma and returning to being masters of our own ship. Establishing a tough skin or defense mechanism against trauma. Why traumatized people fail to avoid repeating the same problems and have a tough time learning from experience. Dangers of trying to act as if nothing happened and move on without resolving traumatic effects. Mental trauma is at the top of the list of most-common psychological health conditions. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, 61% of men and 51% of women report at least one traumatic event in their lifetimes. Find Emerald's brilliant work in the links below: Youtube - youtube.com/thediamondnet Masterclass - shadowintegration.org/masterclass --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mpilo-nkambule/support

Conversations with Roland
Effects of the Mars & Pluto's Unity Full Moon November 19th, 2021 with Wendy Reitz

Conversations with Roland

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 43:45


In this podcast, Wendy talks to us about the effects of Mars & Pluto's Unity Full Moon on November 19th, 2021. We both share our personal experiences and lessons learned during the first two weeks of this moon cycle, in anticipation of this powerful alignment. Wendy Reitz is the founder of Me, We, and Us. She helps you grow your Consciousness by offering you a unified way to understand yourself and your life's challenges. Connect with her through her https://meweandus.org/ (website!)

Lakewood Daf Yomi #DafBySruly Reid Bites
What You Are Learning Effects Reality

Lakewood Daf Yomi #DafBySruly Reid Bites

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 5:33


Something You Should Know
SYSK Choice: Spotting Lies to Get to the Truth & The Many Effects of Noise

Something You Should Know

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 51:51


Just how accurate is Wikipedia? If you go to one of their articles, how likely is it to be correct and objective. This episode begins with some surprising facts about Wikipedia and its accuracy. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/long_reads/wikipedia-explained-what-is-it-trustworthy-how-work-wikimedia-2030-a8213446.html As you know, people lie. In fact, we all lie. Often the lies we tell are small and inconsequential – other times they are a big deal. Pamela Myers is a leading experts on lies and deception and she joins me to take us all on a journey into how deception works, how to identify it and how to get people to tell you the truth. Pamela Myers is author of the book Liespotting (https://amzn.to/2K8Bj2b) and you can watch her TED talk at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_6vDLq64gE. How many times have you seen a sign at the store that says “You Break It You Buy It.” Can a store actually enforce that? Accidents happen – so how can you be forced to pay for something just because it slipped out of your hand or because you walked by something just as it fell and broke? Listen and find out what the law says. https://blogs.findlaw.com/common_law/2012/01/if-you-break-it-must-you-buy-it.html You may have noticed that the world is getting a lot louder. And all that noise is taking a toll on you – whether you realize it or not. Noise can take a toll on your physically and psychologically according to Mathias Basner, professor of psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania and an expert on how noise affects sleep and health. PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS! Go to https://stamps.com click the microphone at the top of the page, and enter code SOMETHING to get a 4 week free trial, free postage and a digital scale! Go to https://FarewayMeatMarket.com promo code: SYSK to get $100 off The Butcher's Holiday Collection and site wide free shipping! Firstleaf – the wine club designed for you!! Join today and get 6 bottles of wine for $29.95 and free shipping!  https://tryfirstleaf.com/SOMETHING Go to https://backcountry.com/sysk to get 15% OFF your first full-priced purchase! Helix Sleep is offering up to $200 off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners at https://HelixSleep.com/SYSK Get a $75 CREDIT at https://Indeed.com/Something Omaha Steaks is the best! Get awesome pricing at https://OmahaSteaks.com/BMT T-Mobile for Business the leader in 5G, #1 in customer satisfaction, and 5G in every plan! https://T-Mobile.com/business Discover matches all the cash back you earn on your credit card at the end of your first year automatically and is accepted at 99% of places in the U.S. that take credit cards! Learn more at https://discover.com/yes JUSTWORKS makes it easier for you to start, run and grow a business. Find out how by going to https://justworks.com Visit https://ferguson.com for the best in all of your plumping supply needs! https://www.geico.com Bundle your policies and save! It's Geico easy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Succeed Under Stress
Owen Muir | The Effects of an Outdated Healthcare System

Succeed Under Stress

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 62:46


Here's a glimpse of what you'll learn:  Owen talks about creativity and the importance of collaboration He dives into his experience as a psychiatrist and how psychiatry with his patients work He speaks to the lack of work life balance, especially for those working in the mental health field Jonathan and Owen get into how our outdated healthcare system affects both healthcare workers and clients Owen talks about Sphere Health, a third party health benefit plan for people of all walks of life. They talk about what SHOULD change in the modern day healthcare system and what CAN work. Owen is passionate about Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (dTMS) and speaks to the benefits and how it works

Brilliant Perspectives
The Effects of Poor Grace & Grace as Confidence

Brilliant Perspectives

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 19:08


Today wraps up our current podcast theme, “Empowering Grace.” Graham unpacks what it means to have a lens of poor grace in your life:Getting clear about what grace is not.Moving into embracing the magnificent realities of true grace.Some of the effects poor grace on our lives (robbing our identity, imprisoning us in negative cycles, etc.)Grace is more than just a safety net, or a fallback plan when we mess up or things go sour; it is the ruling, dominant force that God uses to unveil His goodness in and through us. Thanks for joining us for the last several weeks of this Podcast series on “Empowering Grace.” I hope you've been blessed! This episode is a combination of two different segments, taken from episodes 7 and 8 of the “God's Empowering Presence” series on BTV.––## STAY CONNECTED with Graham and Team Brilliant by signing up for our weekly newsletter "Brilliant News."  Every week it features Graham's podcasts, videos and articles. Plus FREE resources, upcoming sales and special offers, invitations to our challenges and special events, and more! When you sign up, we will send you a coupon for free shipping on your first order in our store.CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP!––Visit Graham's BLOGExplore his online community at BRILLIANT TVOr visit our STORE to browse Graham's books, downloads and audio teachings

In Touch Ministries Daily Devotions
The Effects of Unforgiveness

In Touch Ministries Daily Devotions

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021


For the sake of others and ourselves, God wants us to forgive as we've been forgiven.

Widow 180 The Podcast with Jen Zwinck
How Proper Nutrition Battles Grief's Nasty Effects On Our Bodies - With Grief Nutritionist Sabine Horner

Widow 180 The Podcast with Jen Zwinck

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 67:17


Sabine Horner, grief nutritionist and widow, joins me today on this fascinating look into what exactly grief does to us physically and mentally.  We all know it wreaks havoc, right? We can't eat properly, we feel like we can't breathe, we don't sleep, we can't think straight. Sabine talks to me about: ~ How grief and nutrition are linked ~ Ayurveda and how proper eating for body types is beneficial ~ The importance of keeping food colorful and simple. ~ How to preserve energy while grieving ~ Certain vitamins that get depleted during grief, and how to supplement them. ~ How she is dedicated to bringing awareness to widows and the bereaved about the importance of taking care of our bodies after loss. You can reach Sabine on Instagram @sabine.horner Her Facebook Group is Wellbeing Community For Bereaved Partners Here's the link to Sabine's wellness sheet: file:///C:/Users/Sabine/Downloads/3%20Simple%20Self-Care%20Practices.pdf Please leave a rating and review for the podcast!  

Discover with Dr. Dan | Proactive Health
#52: Berberine | Reduce the Effects of Metabolic Syndrome, PCOS, and Diarrhea

Discover with Dr. Dan | Proactive Health

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 20:09


Today we're going to talk about the amazing bioactive compound, berberine. Berberine has been used in traditional Chinese medicine and ayurveda for more than 1500 years and is found in many different plants, among such are Berberis Vulgaris, Coptus Chenensus, and Berberidis Cortex. Berberine belongs to a class of molecules called Isoquinoline Alkaloids. It's a flat molecule, it's planar, and it's aeromatic, meaning that the electrons can move together in a conjugated system. Berberine has been found to regulate insulin levels, as well as change the composition of the 10 trillion bacterial cells that live in our gut. It helps with overall cholesterol levels as well as overall heart health, and can even reduce chances of polycystic ovarian syndrome, a frequent reproductive and metabolic disorder associated with insulin resistance, increasing birth rates. Physical characteristics 2:04Health benefits and metabolic syndrome 3:08Meta analysis on berberine 5:10Insulin 8:52PCOS 13:26Preventing acute diarrhea 16:14Why berberine is good 17:10“There's actually 5 criteria for metabolic syndrome. Number one is elevated waist circumference. Number two is high fasting blood glucose levels. Number three is high triglycerides. Number four is low HDL cholesterol, and number five is high blood pressure. These are the 5 criteria and a person has metabolic syndrome if they have at least 3 of these 5 criteria.” 3:59https://feelbrilliant.com/

The Common Sense Show
MORE CRIPPLING VAX EFFECTS & THE END GAME IS IDENTIFIED- SARAH WESTALL

The Common Sense Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 58:55


Healthy Wealthy & Smart
366: Dr. David Logerstedt:Get a Load of This!: Effects of and Response to Mechanical Loading on the Knee

Healthy Wealthy & Smart

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 34:59


In this episode, Associate Professor at the University of the Sciences and Director of BTE Laboratory, David Logerstedt, talks about monitoring and responding to load injuries on the knee. Today, David talks about the most common loading injuries on the knee, difference between external and internal loads, and how to improve tissue capacity. What is mechanical loading? Hear about David's most recent research paper on mechanical loading and the knee, how therapists can monitor and respond to loads, how clinicians can apply the information in the paper, and get David's advice to his younger self, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast.   Key Takeaways “A lot of the stresses that cause the injury also are some of the same stresses that you can use to rehabilitate the injury.” “Most of us have enough tissue capacity to walk, but we might not have the tissue capacity to run a 10k.” “You really are trained to look at how the joint is reacting to the loads that you're placing on it. Measuring irritability is probably the best way to describe it.” “Even just asking how they feel can give a lot of information.” “If people understand the ‘why', then maybe they're more likely to do it and follow through.” “Don't say no. Always say yes to opportunities. Especially in that early career, if an opportunity comes along, take it.”   More about David Logerstedt David Logerstedt, PT, MPT, PhD is tenured Associate Professor at University of the Sciences and Director of BTE laboratory. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in health and human performance from the University of Montana and a Master of Arts degree in exercise physiology from the University of North Carolina. He earned a master's degree in physical therapy from East Carolina University and a doctorate in the interdisciplinary program of biomechanics and movement science from the University of Delaware. Dr. Logerstedt has been a practicing rehabilitation specialist for over 25 years and is board certified in sports physical therapy. He has presented his research on knee disorders at national and international conferences and has published in high-impact sports medicine journals on ACL injuries. He has co-authored several clinical practice guidelines on knee disorders. His goal to improve the implementation of clinical research into practical and accessible for all clinicians.   Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Knee Injuries, Loading Injuries, Tissue Capacity, Stress, Research, Rehabilitation, Recovery, Physiotherapy   Resources: Effects of and Response to Mechanical Loading on the Knee   To learn more, follow David at: Website:          David Logerstedt's Bibliography Twitter:            @DaveLogPT LinkedIn:         David Logerstedt   Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website:                      https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts:          https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify:                        https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud:               https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher:                       https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio:               https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927   Read the Full Transcript Here:  00:07 Welcome to the healthy, wealthy and smart podcast. Each week we interview the best and brightest in physical therapy, wellness and entrepreneurship. We give you cutting edge information you need to live your best life healthy, wealthy and smart. The information in this podcast is for entertainment purposes only and should not be used as personalized medical advice. And now, here's your host, Dr. Karen Litzy.   00:35 Hey everybody, welcome back to the podcast. I am your host Karen Litzy. And today's episode is brought to you by Net Health so when it comes to boosting your clinics, online visibility, reputation and increasing referrals, net Health's Digital Marketing Solutions has the tools you need to beat the competition. They know you want your clinic to get found get chosen, and definitely get those five star reviews on Google. They have a fun new offer if you sign up and complete a marketing audit to learn how digital marketing solutions can help your clinic when they will buy lunch for your office. If you're already using Net Health private practice EMR, be sure to ask about his new integration, head over to net health.com forward slash li tz why to sign up for your complimentary marketing audit. And it's great, I use it and it works. So I highly recommend it. Now onto today's episode. So I'm really really happy to have Dr. David lager stead on the episode today. And we are talking about monitoring and responding to load injuries on the knee. So Dr. Lager stat is a tenured associate professor at the University of sciences and director of the BT EE Laboratory. He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health and Human Performance from the University of Montana and a Master of Arts degree in exercise physiology. from the University of North Carolina. He earned a master's degree in physical therapy from East Carolina University and a doctorate in the interdisciplinary program of biomechanics and Movement Science from the University of Delaware. He has been a practicing rehabilitation specialist for over 25 years he is board certified in Sports Physical Therapy. He has presented his research on knee disorders at national international conferences and has published in high impact sports medicine journals on ACL injuries. He co authored several clinical practice guidelines on knee disorders. His goal is to improve the implementation of clinical research into practical and accessible, make it practical and accessible for all clinicians. So yeah, so today we're talking about a new paper, that he co authored the effects, the effects of em response to mechanical loading of the knee to great paper, you can go to podcast at healthy, wealthy, smart calm, to find a link to the paper. And a big thanks to Dr. Lager stead for breaking it down for us and everyone enjoyed today's episode. Hey, David, welcome to the podcast. I'm happy to have you on.   03:04 Thank you for having me. Yeah, and I'm excited. Today we're going to talk about a new paper that your co author on that came out on to be very precise, October 20, of 2021. And it's the effects of response to mechanical loading on the knee. So of course, my first question, I'm sure this is the first question everyone asked you is, why write this paper? What is the why behind it? You know, as a, as a clinician, as well, as somebody who is now in academia, I've always kind of had this question myself, you know, what kind of loads are on the knee? And I've always had this, you know, concern about dosing and trying to figure out like, how can we can best dose exercise around the knee. And as I, as I really started to think about this more, really started to find that there hasn't been any review, or any kind of clinical commentary kind of brings at least the concept of mechanical loading, kind of in one place. And the knee is always a good model, because it does seem to have a lot of a lot of research around it. And it's an area I'm familiar with, because of my work in ACLs. And so I, we, you know, we just started, started thinking about, okay, how can we best talk about what kind of loads are being placed on the knee and, and some of it kind of kind of came out of some conversations I had with another colleague of mine, where we've really started to talk about the use of inertial measurement units and how those can start to give at least some general indications of what loads are occurring through the lower extremity. And so we decided to just kind of put a team together   05:00 who had expertise in in loading? And then expertise in specific structures related to the knee? And so that's kind of how it kind of came together. And when we're talking about loading of the knee, so in this, in this paper, you're talking about mechanical loading. So let's, let's go with some more definitions here. So what is mechanical loading? And why is it important in respect to the knee will stick to the knee? Yeah. So, you know, in the paper, we really describe mechanical loading, this is the physical forces that act on are free to make demand on the body, either at the system's level, or even on structures at a specific organ or tissue level. And so if you think about mechanical loading can kind of subdivided into different variables, such as, like the magnitude of the load, how long the load is being applied, how frequent it might be applied, or even maybe the direction or the nature of that load. So   06:05 so when we think about loading, though, all those components kind of interact, can interact with one another, and then create different loading patterns that can impact again, the knee is the organ itself, or specific structures within the knee. And when we're talking about loading, I think most people think of loads as external, so something that we are placing on that knee, but there are external loads in their internal loads. Can you kind of differentiate those for the listeners? And how, and why are both important? Yeah. So when we think about, you know, external loads, to kind of think about is like, really kind of that work that's being performed? So like, how far did I run today? Or how high did I jump? So when we think about like, like that, it's almost, it's almost kind of like that outcome in, in an essence when we think about external load. But when we think about internal load, you can either think about what what's the physiological process that's going on inside the body related, potentially related to the external load, or maybe even the psychological. And again, maybe even that biomechanical response to that external load? So So usually, when we think about internal load, it's like, you know, how what, you know, what is your heart rate doing related to how far you run? Or what is the extra? Or what's the amount of stress that's being placed on the knee after you land from a jump? Yeah, so so both are important, especially when it comes to knee injuries, and loading injuries. So let's talk about what are some of the common loading injuries on the knee?   07:54 Yeah, so if you think about some of those different types of loads, you can kind of really subdividing at least at Deneen to kind of three major categories. In essence, whether it's a compressive load, a shear load, or a, you know, a tensile load that occurs, there's some other loads that can occur, such as some hydrostatic pressure loads, but the primary ones are really related to that. And so then if you break that down into specific structures, such as a ligament, you know, like the ACL, which is one of the more common injuries that occurred the knee, you know, that's usually related to some kind of tensile load that's occurring on that ligament, it can occur either from, you know, cyclical loading, where you can continue to put stress on that ligament until that ligament ultimately fails. But usually, it's one usually large load that occurs that relates in, you know, a traumatic tear. That's probably an example of kind of one of the more common ones. But, you know, we, you know, we commonly see other tissues damaged, you know, the meniscus is another common injury. And that's usually again, that's really related more to some compressive with shear load. And then, you know, cartilage also kind of was kind of relies on   09:24 a shear load to be damaged. So   09:28 all those different loads occur on the knee, it just sometimes it depends on again, all those other variables that we've talked about, you know, the nature of it, or the compressive versus the shear versus the tensile load, but then again, how quickly does it occur? Maybe at what angle your knee is bent that can impact all those types of things? Yeah, I would think angles, speed, fatigue levels, hydration levels, you know,   10:00 All of that I can only imagine goes into   10:04 a type of injury from one of these loads, right? And you say, you know, and if think about, you know, again, you have that that external load, but then, you know, think about some of the other internal loads, you know, the muscles around the joint contracting, to maybe unload the knee at a specific time, because, you know, we have, you know, you've seen many athletes like they cut and pivot 1000s of times in a career, why is it that one certain time, they do the exact same maneuver, they've done 1000 times before, their ligament tears or their meniscus tears. So there's, there's so many other underlying factors that lead to it.   10:50 And so part of this papers, at least trying to describe some of those things, so people have an understanding of what is the underlying loads that can can lead to an injury. But then,   11:03 what can we do after that? How can we use those exact same parameters of same loading parameters to rehabilitate them? Because the same, a lot of the same stresses that caused the injury   11:17 also are some of the same stresses that you can use to rehabilitate the injury? Right, and I would think have to use to rehabilitate the injury. Right? Right. Yeah. So so they, so they can adapt to that stress and be ready to handle the stress the next time it occurs. Exactly, exactly. And now what one of the figures we were talking before we went on the air within this paper is figure four. So for everyone who is listening to this, we'll leave a link to the paper in the show notes. But when you go through, you'll see there's one figure it's figure four, it's a conceptual model of loading of the knee. And it's like a monster of a figure like it is. It's large, it looks very intimidating, and very complicated. So can you break it down for us? Yeah. So this is how, you know, we started to think about taking a lot of these other models that have been out there that have described, you know, maybe the physical stress model, or many people have commented on the,   12:24 on the die model, related to the envelope of function, and also the dynamic recursive model related to injury, probably the, is the best one, best way to describe it. But you got to take into all those factors that can influence or just leave somebody susceptible to an injury,   12:52 as well as including this their underlying physiology. And again, that could just be related to those non modifiable factors such as your age and your sex.   13:04 And then again, your underlying physiology, you know, your genetic makeup, maybe even just some kind of a little bit of your underlying fitness level. And then what are some things that can predispose that tissue to injury? And again, it could be, you know, do you have a strong tissue or a weaker tissue? Does the, you know, do you have certain types of muscle fibers, you know, that can influence again, things like fatigue? And then what are the external factors that lead into it? So, some of these models have already been kind of described in the ACL related literature, you know, you know, shoot a surface interactions, whether that occurs out there is, is it turf versus grass. So, those types of things can all potentially influence an injury and then,   14:00 you know, moving into the next part, then you just think about the mechanical load. So, again, all those factors related to magnitude and duration and frequency. And then we wanted to kind of   14:15 try to articulate that, again, if you took, you know, just conceptually took it is looking at each of the different major structures in the knee that could be impacted, and then talked about how those tissues respond to some kind of stress and strain. So, you know, if you put it,   14:39 again that load under a specific type of compressive versus shear strain, how does it respond to that, and William Thompson did a really nice review in ptJ a couple of years ago, looking at some of the Meccano therapy and McKinna biology that occurs at specific   15:00 tissues that Karim Khan had kind of initially proposed back, God 10 years ago or so. And then if you take all those things account, and the stresses and strains, so then you start to look at how that impacts how the tissue adapts to those stresses and strains. And, you know, using kind of the fitness model, or the fitness fatigue model is, is if you apply the right stresses at the right time. And you do that consistently over time, it basically builds up into tissues adapt to it, and it gets stronger, and fitter. But if you don't do it, or you do it at a delayed time, it may stay at a homeostatic level, or than if you do it too infrequently, or the loads are too much, too frequent, then you can actually fatigue the tissues. And, of course, if you get too much fatigue, and you get the right amount of load placed on it, then that can result in injury. And then you kind of go through, go through again, and go through it again. And again, that's part of the rehab process is taking all those things into account. And so   16:22 that's how we tried to really try to conceptualize it and think about, you know, and so we really kind of focused more on the the tissue levels and the response to injury, and how you can use that kind of this conceptual model of kind of stress and strain along those other factors, too. I think it's important to note that we're not only talking about ligaments or meniscus when we're talking about the tissues around the knee, ligaments, meniscus tendon, articular, cartilage bone. It's not just, we're not just talking about ACL 10. Lien, you know what I mean? There's, it's really the all the structures that that make up that knee joint, correct? Correct. Yeah. And, I mean, I think that's even a really important point to like, when we're rehabbing. You know, somebody and you know, you take somebody with a meniscus tear, not only are you impacting the meniscus that you're working on, you're also impacting a lot of the other structures around it. And so you can influence the all that rehab, or that rehab impacts all those tissues, depending on how you're providing the specific load. Right? Absolutely. And, you know, one of the the words that's in that figure is tissue capacity. And so during the rehab process, certainly after injury, but even, let's say, without injury, right, I think one of the goals is to always improve tissue capacity. So can you kind of talk about what exactly that means? What that What does tissue capacity mean and as physical therapists, what where do we stand in the improvement of that capacity. And on that note, we'll take a quick break to hear from our sponsor and be right back.   18:18 When it comes to boosting your clinics, online visibility, reputation and increasing referrals, net Health's Digital Marketing Solutions has the tools you need to beat the competition. They know you want your clinic to get found get chosen, and definitely get those five star reviews on Google. Net Health is a fun new offer. If you sign up and complete a marketing audit to learn how digital marketing solutions can help your clinic when they will buy lunch for your office. If you're already using Net Health private practice EMR, be sure to ask about this new integration, head over to net health.com forward slash li tz y to sign up for your complimentary marketing audit.   18:55 Kind of an in a general layman's term, you think about just tissue capacities, it's all related to the under I think sometimes so the underlying tasks that's being performed, right, you can have a certain level of tissue capacity that allows you to, to walk or run the tissue can meet the demands of that load placed on placed on the body by that specific task. Right. But if the task is too high, or the load is too high, relative to what the tissue can handle the tissue than this doesn't have the capacity to handle that load. And again, it may be able to handle that load one or two times. But over a repeated bout, it may fail much quicker. And so I think sometimes tissue capacity is it's also related to the task that's being performed. may know most of us have enough tissue capacity to to walk community levels and things like that. But you know, we might   20:00 not have the tissue capacity to run a 10k, even though that we may have the underlying structure that we could build up to that, I think those are the things you have to take into account. And from a rehab perspective, you know, you always have to think about kind of that starting point of what people can handle, and then how, how you can adjust the rehab process to improve that capacity over time. So that that leads into what are some ways we can monitor load and respond to that load? So we're the therapist, we're taking care of our patients, how can we monitor and and, and change that load as necessary? Yeah, so.   20:46 So from, you know, a clinician standpoint, you know, most of us probably in the clinic, you know, we don't have high tech equipment, like global GPS units are inertial measurement units to measure   21:01 acceleration, and   21:04 you know, how far people have gone   21:08 a certain amount of distances they walked or jogged or done the whole thing, like you have seen with some of the devices like catapult or, or   21:18 I measure use IMU units. But I think from a clinician standpoint, we still have a lot of great tools that I think are that we still under utilize, to some degree. So,   21:32 you know, I, I always like to tell my students   21:38 that you really are kind of training to look at how the joint is reacting to the, to the loads that you're placing on it? And are you making the tissues more irritable or less, irritable, measuring irritability is probably the best way to describe it. And the knee, you know, you can see things like, you know, increase swelling, you know,   22:02 which is a common, probably a common measurement to see for, for increased irritability, but it can also be, you know, is the joint getting sore versus the muscle getting sore, right? And so trying to be very clear,   22:20 with   22:21 the person you're working with is, you know, does it hurt inside the knee, or is it just hurt in the muscles around the knee, because we'd expect to see some muscle soreness if you're working those, right, but you don't want the, you know, the irritation to be in the knee. Um, so those are probably the two major major, major ones that I like to use. But   22:44 you can also look is, you know, do Did they have a sudden decrease in a range of motion, you know, which can be an impact, or, you know, a factor of them, having some irritability, has their strength gone down, which is probably a little bit harder to assess more consistently, but those are probably the major things I would consider looking at is, if you're starting to see some of those means the tissues become a little bit more irritated. But if you don't see those, then you know, the next, you know, maybe the next session, the next couple sessions, you can start to slowly increase the load a little bit, and see how they respond. And I think that's always the challenging part. Like, I like to challenge my students with is, but that's one of the great things about being a therapist, who is we get to see them again, and see how they respond to our treatments. And we can regress or progress them as needed. Yeah, and and I think that's a really great thing that you said at the end, we can regress or progress as needed. So if someone if you give someone some exercise or some loading, and they come back with like an angry knee, it doesn't mean stop everything and go back to passive range of motion. It means okay, let's just take it down a notch. But continue. Yeah. Yeah. And I think when the the last one I meant should have mentioned is, you know, just even just ask them how they feel. Mm hmm. You know, how are you how do you how does it feel today can give a lot of information then you can use things like you know, a session RPE schedule, you know, scale, say, Okay, your knees a little bit angry. Let's back, let's back your exercise session down two or three today, instead of working at a seven. Mm hmm. So you can still do something still keep the knee moving. Still keep it kind of moving forward, but you've kind of backed off in gave it a little bit time to, to calm down. Yeah. So it's, it's sort of this combination of what you're seeing objectively and then asking them how novel What a novel idea you're doing or you're having   25:00 Having trouble? Yeah. The other day you were doing stairs really well. And now you're having trouble doing stairs, you know, some of these functional day to day things? Yeah, exactly. I mean, I think, like you said, those are just really simple tools, I think we, we get so focused on, you know, what we like to call the objective data, instead of just asking people, how do you feel today? Yeah.   25:23 Absolutely. And now, how can we and I say myself, we, I'm a clinician, how can how can we clinicians use the information in this paper to start applying load to a REIT to the rehabilitation of an injured knee? Or post surgical knee? Or what however you want to categorize? Yeah, yeah. I think, you know, as we were talking before, there's a, there's a, there's a lot of data in this in this paper, too, that the clinicians can think canoes, and so I don't want them to get overwhelmed with all the numbers in the data, but it's really there to be is it as a resource for clinicians to say, Okay, I have somebody who has a pretty irritable knee, and these are the activities that we're doing before, you know, and we can get a sense of, okay, that that activity, you know, was, you know, three times body weight, I need to find an activity, that's maybe two times body weight.   26:27 So we can regress them a little bit. And this is an activity that kind of fits that or this was an activity that put this amount of stress on the ligament, we know that that stress is still within us safe range to, to push it a little bit to the next level.   26:47 Because, you know, I think some of the, some of the fear is, is that if we're putting stress on the ligament that we're going to injure it, or even on any tissue, right. But we, as we know that, especially after the initial inflammatory phase, you need to start putting a little bit of stress on the healing tissues, because that's how tissue gets stronger is that it has to respond to stress. But if you're putting, you know, if you're putting state and I'll put an air quotes, safe, safe stresses, or stresses that are below kind of the the below the failure rate, and you're monitoring the knee for those inappropriate responses, then you can use that information to slowly progress them through a rehab safely and adequately the healing structure to then kind of into the next level of repair. The one of the tables, we talked about this, again, before we came on, was table seven, within this paper, where you have some activities where it's like this is like you said, maybe it's 1.4 times body weight, or this is 20 times body weight, or this is eight times body weight. And I think that's a really nice guide for clinicians. But I think it's also a really great educational tool for the patient. So you can show this too, because most patients get it. I think a lot of times we underestimate our patient's ability to understand. Yeah, a lot of these concepts, you know, and and so I think if we can say the patient, hey, listen, this is X amount, your body weight, this activity is less than that. And let's say you're a month out of like some sort of surgical procedure, hey, let's go with the one that's less times body weight than this. And because people say, well, what's the big deal? It seems like it would be fine. But I love that because I think it's a great way for clinicians to use the paper also is a great educational opportunity. Yeah, no, no, I think that's a that's a really valid point, is it? I think if we can educate the patients on, you know, these are the activities that you should be doing right now. And as you strong, get stronger and get better than you can move into these activities the next time, right. And so they're always asking, patients are always asking, like, what can I do now? What can I do now? And so, you know, this table can give them some insight of, okay, this is where you're at. These are the things that you start doing now. And these are the things that probably wait a little bit longer. I think that the patient will really understand the why behind, you're giving them the exercises that you're giving them. Yep. And that's really important, because if people understand the why then maybe they're more likely to do it. Yeah. And follow through. Yep. So I mean, I think it's great. I think this paper is great. Is there anything   30:00 thing that we didn't touch upon in the paper, the process of doing this paper that you would like to share before we start to wrap things up, no, you know, I'd really like to, you know, first of all, thank my co authors who were willing to, to sit down and write this, it was, it was no small feat, you know, pulling together, clinicians from around the world to, to do this. And so, you know, definitely want to, you know, think tour MacLeod, Brian higher shyt, J uebert. Tim Gavitt and Brian eckenrode, for, for agreeing to do this, you know, this, like I said, this was a paper that had been mulling around in my head, probably since I was in PT school, you know, for a long time. And, you know, this just felt like the opportune time to pull it together. And fortunately, you know, in the last several years, last 20 years or so, we have, we have the data now to support a lot of the things that we do is physical therapist that I think intuitively, we've always done. But I think now that we can, we can demonstrate a lot of what we do, and some of the value that we bring to, to rehabilitation into to patients and to clients. Yeah, and and I mean, I like this paper from a rehab standpoint, but I think it's also really great from a strength and conditioning standpoint, right? Because as physical therapists, we don't have to just be the people there when the athlete or the person is injured, we can also be the person that helps to keep them strong and kind of improve, especially in I know, in a lot of professional settings. You've got strength and conditioning coaches, and athletic trainers and pts. But for the average physical therapist, like if you're in a small town, maybe you're it. Yeah, you're doing it all. Yeah. So I think this paper is really helpful not only to progress, people after injury, but to kind of look and say, Hey, this is the load that we can place on you that will hopefully help to decrease your chances of getting injured. Yeah. So I appreciate that in this paper. And now, where can people find you? And like I said, we will have a link to the paper in the show notes. But where can people find you if they have questions of you specifically? Yeah, I'm fairly active on Twitter. And so that's primary, my primary social media outlet so you can find me It's Dave, log PT. You know, if there's any questions or anything like that, that's probably the best, best way to reach me is either directly through DMS, or, or through my Twitter feed. Perfect. And now before we wrap things up, I have one more question. And it's a question I asked everyone is knowing where you are, in your life and in your career? What advice would you give to yourself? Let's say as a new grad, right out of PT school, I would probably, I would say, at that early stage advice, actually was given to me before is don't always don't say no. Always say yes to opportunities, especially in that, that early career, that if an opportunity comes along, take it, it may or may not be the perfect opportunity. It may not be what you dreamed of, but it more likely or not, will   33:32 be the a value to you. And many times it's a huge stepping stone. I would say you know, an opportunity comes along, say yes. Especially when you're young. Yes, yes. Young and full of energy. I think that's great advice. So listen, David, thank you so much for coming on the podcast breaking down this paper. It's a great paper. So congratulations on that. So thank you for coming on. You. Thank You, anytime and everyone. Thanks so much for listening, have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart. And a big thank you to Dr. David lager stat for coming on the program and talking all about load parameters around the knee joint and of course, a big thank you to Net Health. So again, their digital digital marketing solutions can help your clinic win by allowing you to get found get chosen and get those five star reviews on Google. They have a new offer if you sign up and complete a marketing on it to learn how digital marketing solutions can up your clinic when they'll buy lunch for your office. 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Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 58:27


Megan talks with breathwork teacher and bestselling author, Ashley Neese, to learn about the practice of breathwork.    Show Notes: [03:29] - Ashley's Breathwork Beginnings [06:27] - Where Ashley Heard of Breathwork [10:03] -  There Is No Wrong Way [13:28] - Peak Experience [17:45] - Living for Yourself [19:21] - The Burnout Issue [24:43] - Breaks and Productivity [28:07] - Taking Time Off [34:34] - How Work Affects Relationships [40:41] - The Effects of Moving  [44:58] - About Entrainment [48:50] - Ashley's Breathwork Method [52:18] - Tapping Into Your Resilience [54:11] - Ashley's Second Book   Where to find Ashley: Website Instagram Courses Book   “Just a Tip with Megan Batoon” is a comedic advice podcast that's equally about tangents as it is about tips. Megan and rotating guests tell stories and act as cautionary tales so you don't make the same mistakes they did. DM your questions to @justatippodcast on Instagram! Be sure to rate Just a Tip 5-stars on Apple Podcasts! Follow Megan: Twitter: @meganbatoon Instagram: @meganbatoon Shop Merch: shop.meganbatoon.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/MeganBatoonFP Just a Tip on Instagram: @justatippodcast Advertise on Just A Tip via Gumball.fm See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.