Per migliorare la pronuncia in italiano, puoi seguire i seguenti suggerimenti: 1. Ascolta attentamente la lingua italiana: ascolta canzoni italiane, guardare film o serie televisive in italiano, o ascolta podcast italiani. Questo ti aiuterà ad abituarti ai suoni italiani e all'intonazione corretta. 2. Ripeti ad alta voce: praticare la pronuncia ad alta voce è fondamentale per migliorare. Ripeti frasi, parole e suoni italiani fino a quando non ti sentirai più a tuo agio con essi. 3. Fai pratica con un madrelingua: avere un madrelingua italiano con cui fare pratica può essere molto utile. Chiedi a un amico italiano di ascoltare la tua pronuncia e correggerti quando necessario. 4. Registrati mentre parli: usa un registratore o una app per registrare la tua voce mentre parli in italiano. Ascolta la registrazione e confrontala con quella di un madrelingua italiano per individuare eventuali errori o aree da migliorare. 5. Esercizi di pronuncia: trova esercizi di pronuncia online o su libri di grammatica italiana. Questi esercizi ti aiuteranno a focalizzarti sui suoni specifici dell'italiano e a migliorare la tua abilità di pronunciarli correttamente. 6. Sfrutta le risorse online: ci sono molte risorse online, come video tutorial o corsi di pronuncia, che possono aiutarti a migliorare la tua pronuncia in italiano. Utilizza queste risorse per imparare e praticare i suoni e l'intonazione corretta. 7. Leggi ad alta voce: leggere ad alta voce testi in italiano ti aiuterà a migliorare la tua pronuncia e ad aumentare il tuo vocabolario. Concentrati sulla corretta pronuncia delle parole e delle frasi mentre leggi. 8. Partecipa a un corso di lingua italiana: se sei seriamente interessato a migliorare la tua pronuncia in italiano, potresti considerare di partecipare a un corso di lingua italiana. Un insegnante qualificato può fornirti feedback personalizzato e guidarti nella correzione degli errori di pronuncia. Ricorda, la pratica costante è la chiave per migliorare la pronuncia in italiano. Dedica del tempo ogni giorno per esercitarti e sarai in grado di notare dei progressi significativi nel tempo. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/chatgpt20/message
Coltivare amicizie durature richiede tempo, impegno e sincerità. Ecco alcuni consigli e trucchi per farlo: 1. Mostra interesse: Fai domande sincere e ascolta attentamente le risposte. Mostrare interesse per la vita e gli interessi degli altri è essenziale per creare una connessione significativa. 2. Sii autentico: Sii te stesso e non avere paura di mostrarti vulnerabile. Le amicizie durature si basano sulla sincerità e sulla condivisione di esperienze personali. 3. Mantieni la promessa: Sii affidabile e mantieni le promesse che fai ai tuoi amici. Dimostrare che sei una persona su cui si può contare rinforzerà la fiducia reciproca. 4. Mostra gratitudine: Esprimi gratitudine per gli amici che hai nella tua vita. Invia un messaggio di ringraziamento, fai un piccolo regalo o semplicemente dimostra apprezzamento per il loro sostegno e amicizia. 5. Fai attività insieme: Organizza attività o eventi in cui puoi trascorrere del tempo di qualità con i tuoi amici. Questo rafforzerà il legame e creerà ricordi condivisi. 6. Investi tempo e sforzo: Coltivare amicizie durature richiede impegno. Dedica tempo alla relazione, anche quando le cose diventano difficili. Sii disposto a risolvere eventuali conflitti e a lavorare sulle differenze. 7. Sii disponibile: Mostra ai tuoi amici che possono contare su di te. Sii presente quando hanno bisogno di supporto emotivo o di aiuto pratico. 8. Celebra i successi: Sii felice per i successi dei tuoi amici e celebra con loro. Essere genuinamente felici per gli altri rinforza il legame e crea un ambiente positivo. 9. Chiedi scusa e perdoni: Nessuno è perfetto e possono verificarsi incomprensioni o litigi. Sii disposto a chiedere scusa quando commetti un errore e ad accettare le scuse degli altri. Il perdono è un elemento chiave per mantenere amicizie durature. 10. Mantieni il contatto: Anche se la vita può portare a distanze fisiche, cerca di mantenere il contatto regolare con i tuoi amici. Invia un messaggio, fai una chiamata o pianifica incontri periodici per rafforzare il legame. Ricorda che coltivare amicizie durature richiede tempo e pazienza. Non aspettarti che si sviluppino immediatamente, ma cerca di mantenere un impegno costante nel costruire e nutrire le relazioni. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/chatgpt20/message
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Striscia di Gaza. nell'ospedale Al Shifa intrappolate 7000 persone fra pazienti, medici e altri civili in cerca di rifugio - In migliaia sono in marcia verso Gerusalemme in una iniziativa per chiedere il rilascio degli ostaggi israeliani tenuti a Gaza. - In Gran Bretagna rivolta interna contro il leader laburista Keith Starmer che ha bloccato una mozione sul cessate il fuoco ( Andrea De Domenico – Onu, Laura cappon, Daniele Fisichella) -Emergenza Plastica ( Sara Milanese, Alfredo Somoza) - QUASI 5 MILIONI DI PERSONE A RISCHIO TRA UCRAINA, SIRIA E AFGHANISTAN. Unhcr lancia la campagna “ Fai sentire il tuo calore” Laura Iucci - UNHCR Italia
Kevin and Kieran take a detailed look at Manchester City's latest accounts, and discuss the news that the prize money for the Women's FA Cup has doubled. COVERED IN THIS EPISODE: - Roman Abramovic and Chelsea - Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Manchester United - Manchester City's accounts - Associated parties loan deals - Nottingham Forest stadium - Florentino Perez and the European Super League - Southend United sale - Carlisle United ownership - Women's FA Cup prize money - SPFL accounts - FAI chairman - US National Women's Soccer League Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter - @KieranMaguire Follow Producer Guy on Twitter - @guykilty Follow The Price of Football on Twitter - @pof_pod Support The Price of Football on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/priceoffootball Check out the Price of Football merchandise store: https://the-price-of-football.backstreetmerch.com/ Visit the website: https://priceoffootball.com/ The Price of Football is a Dap Dip production: https://dapdip.co.uk/ email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Fondazione C.r.Tortona: Questa mattina a Buongiorno Pnr ,Pietro Massiglia che ci racconta delle giornate FAI per le scuole "I Maestri del Divisionismo raccontati dagli studenti delle scuole tortonesi",che si terrà mercoledì 22 Novembre dalle ore 8 alle ore 13.30 nella Sala Convegni della Fondazione di Tortona.
Two blind men did what some would consider challenging and that is they followed Jesus. They had a real need and they needed a real God to meet that need. They came and asked Jesus to have mercy on them. The question that Jesus asked them is one that we all must consider in our journey with Christ, "Do you believe that I am able to do this?" In this teaching, Pastor Dobbs challenges us to get personal and ask ourselves the question, do we believe that Jesus is able to do this? Hit the notification bell so that you do not miss our most recent video. From your mobile device, to sow a financial seed into the ministry you may visit us at occvr.org and click the menu tab to locate the donate button. The donate button will provide two options for online giving. You may utilize “Text To Give” in which you will text “give” to the phone number 770-692-2225 to setup your monthly gift or one time financial gift. The additional method for online giving is simply click on the paypal “donate” button. Thanks to our generous partners in ministry, we are able to continue spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ with our local and foreign outreach ministries. For further information on Overcomers Christian Center including address, service times, and other information please visit occvr.org. Also you may visit us at the following: Facebook: @occvr Podcast: The Overcomers
Two blind men did what some would consider challenging and that is they followed Jesus. They had a real need and they needed a real God to meet that need. They came and asked Jesus to have mercy on them. The question that Jesus asked them is one that we all must consider in our journey with Christ, "Do you believe that I am able to do this?" In this teaching, Pastor Dobbs challenges us to get personal and ask ourselves the question, do we believe that Jesus is able to do this? Join us online: OCCVR.org
In questo episodio del podcast rispondo ad una domanda che mi arriva molto spesso, in questo caso da Monica: come imparare a gestire i nostri pensieri? Può capitare di avere molti pensieri e dubbi, soprattutto quando ci troviamo di fronte ad un cambiamento, ad una decisione importante da prendere e non sappiamo cosa aspettarci dall'altra parte. È un tema che sento molto vicino. Infatti io stessa, quando circa un anno fa ho deciso di trasformare Happy Daily Home, la mia piattaforma di crescita personale al femminile, non ero sicura che la scelta che avevo fatto fosse quella giusta. E se anche tu ti senti in una situazione simile, sappi che è uno stato emotivo assolutamente comune. Soprattutto quando prendiamo delle decisioni lasciando qualcosa di familiare e conosciuto. Per avere degli spunti pratici su come imparare a gestire i tuoi pensieri, non ti resta che ascoltare il podcast! E ti invito ad iscriverti al mio mini percorso completamente gratuito e strutturato sulla base delle vostre richieste: trova la tua forza e serenità. Scoprirai i 4 pilastri fondamentali per trovare più pace, armonia e sentirti più calma e realizzata nel tuo quotidiano: iscriviti ora e fai il primo passo per iniziare a lavorare su te stessa! [00:00:09] Di cosa parliamo? [00:01:00] Iscriviti al mio mini percorso gratuito: trova la tua forza e serenità [00:03:06] La domanda di Monica: come gestire i pensieri che arrivano dopo aver preso una decisione importante? [00:04:12] Una decisione difficile: la trasformazione di Happy Daily Home [00:07:20] Fai questo esercizio pratico: di cosa hai paura? [00:10:40] Riconoscere i processi mentali [00:13:22] L'importanza di allenare la nostra mente [00:18:49]La gestione dei pensieri è un processo in continua evoluzione [00:20:39] Conclusioni
MILANO (ITALPRESS) - “È la realtà milanese che chiede i taxi, non io. Mettersi a fronteggiare anche il mondo dei tassisti, perché ci sarà da fronteggiare, che alla fine è fatto di persone che hanno le loro recriminazioni, il loro vissuto, che hanno pagato le licenze, non è una cosa facile. Da questo punto di vista, posto che tutti sappiamo che è difficile, dovremmo stare uniti”. Così il sindaco di Milano Giuseppe Sala a margine della presentazione di due case museo del FAI ha risposto ai giornalisti in merito all'emissione di nuove licenze per i taxi. Giusto ieri, la giunta comunale approvato l'emissione di 450 nuove licenze. “Siccome i milanesi lo chiedono, quello che il sindaco deve fare è cercare, nel limite del possibile, di accontentare i concittadini. Troveremo le formule per farlo, intanto partiamo con le nostre 450”, ha aggiunto Sala aggiungendo che “se la regione non dovesse concedere anzitutto dirò con chiarezza ai milanesi che la regione non vuole e poi continueremo con la via data da questa nuova legge”.xh7/pc/gsl
An exciting weekend of sports is ahead of us.The FAI cup final will see St Patrick's Athletic take on Bohemians on Sunday in the Aviva.Kieran and Ger previewed the game and also chatted about Evan Ferguson's new Brighton contract and the worrying future of FAI funding.
In This Episode, You Will Learn: Challenges of cash-based physical therapy businesses. Measuring healing and function in end-stage rehab. Assessing progress in physical therapy after surgery. Resources + Links: Check out Anthony's Masterclass - The High Performance Hockey Masterclass Follow Anthony on Instagram | @anthonydonskov Follow Anthony on Twitter | Anthony Donskov, PhD Subscribe to our YouTube Channel | The HPH Podcast with Anthony Donskov Follow HPH Podcast on Instagram | @hph_podcast Follow HPH Podcast on Twitter | @TheHPH_Podcast Learn more on our Website | https://www.donskovsc.com/ Check out Anthony's Books Physical Preparations for Ice Hockey: Biological Principles and Practical Solutions The Gain, Go, and Grow Manual: Programming for High Performance Hockey Players Show Notes: Today we're joined by the founders of Resilient Performance Systems, Dr. Doug Kechijian, Dr. Trevor Rappa and Dr. Greg Spats. Resilient Performance Systems seeks to systematically explore the continuum between acute rehab and athletic performance. Their clientele include athletes and operators from MLB, the NBA, the NFL, professional mixed martial artists, X Games, and Olympians, just to name a few. RPS also advises organizations about medical and performance staffing, program development, and injury risk mitigation strategies. It's a fantastic episode. Welcome to the podcast! 05:46 - Everyone's backgrounds in physical therapy and strength conditioning. 09:12 - State of the healthcare industry and professional certifications. 11:44 - Certification requirements in healthcare. 14:47 - Challenges of cash-based physical therapy businesses. 21:30 - Sports injury rehab and prevention strategies. 24:47 - Passing the baton in sports rehabilitation. 28:39 - Athlete rehabilitation and communication between providers. 33:16 - Education gaps in physical therapy and strength conditioning. 36:22 - Sports rehabilitation and training strategies. 39:40 - Measuring healing and function in end-stage rehab. 45:58 - Injury rehabilitation and sports preparation. 49:21 - Rehabilitating a college football player post-injury. 53:36 - Rehabilitation strategies for FAI surgery. 56:48 - Assessing progress in physical therapy after surgery. 1:00:45 - Athlete assessment and training progression.
Matt and Joe sit down with Josh Finn to discuss Free Flight and his efforts to make the largest rubber band powered plane. Also joining in this episode are Tony Lewis and Lee Krieger. Josh and Hope Finn: https://flyingacesclub.com/wp/ https://jhaerospace.com/ Rocket Glider: https://jhaerospace.com/product/red-shift-ii-mini-hotliner-rocket-glider/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jRhnnWFGp0 www.RetroRC.com Videos: Joshua Finn: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWZeb233fw4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1XS61_P5_Y https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQXdaAklWxE Whomsley: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJk245qi-PI Thinkflight: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgwkA-hLvf4 Something Fun:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3BNV9p36uE Learn More about the FAI: https://www.fai.org/commission/ciam Glossary: Free Flight: flown without any form of mechanical or radio control over the model in flight Rubber Powered Flight: Thermalling: Flying and keeping in a RC model in an updraft of Air current. De-Thermalizer: a Way to Break the upward draft Thermal. In FF planes - Tip the tail up 45° --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/avaitionrcnoob/message
Ti vediamo che sei sul divano, dai dai metti su le scarpe e vieni a correre con noi!A guidarci nel mondo della corsa ci sono le ospiti di questa puntata Maria Pia Chemello e Nicoletta Buzzacchero di Sportrace ASD! Fai un po' di stretching Telegram (t.me/radiooblo) e ascoltaci!
It's been five years since I got into the "fitness over 50" game -- and five years since I first met Dan Ritchie and the Functional Aging Institute.So, when Dan asked me to speak last week at an FAI gathering in Nashville last week, my thoughts turned to "then" and "now." I spoke about 5 points of communications in the over-50 market that were true then -- and 5 that are new today. Change is scary sometimes. But it comes whether we like it or not. So, I wanted to take this opportunity to remind gym & studio owners that they need to keep their eyes and minds open while evaluating what comes along, what happens, and what's worth their attention.ResourcesFunctional Aging InstituteMy new course to motivate men over 50 to get off the couch and into fitnessLife Priority Supplements -- Affiliate Discount hereFunctional Aging Institute -- Use FAIMM50 discount codePrime Fit Content – Engage the over-50 market
1 Timoteo 6:10 e Luca 12. sottolinea l'importanza di evitare l'avidità, di non identificarsi con le proprietà materiali e di ricordare che Dio ha l'ultima parola. L'accento è posto sulla fiducia e la spiritualità come valori più significativi dei beni materiali. Si esprime la speranza che il soggetto del discorso sia considerato uno strumento di benevolenza anziché uno stolto alla fine dei tempi. Cosa possiamo imparare dallo stolto ? Attenzione alla cupidigia (Desiderio sfrenato; avidità) L'uomo stava cercando di espandere i suoi magazzini. Luca 12:48b A chi molto è stato dato, molto sarà richiesto; e a chi molto è stato affidato, tanto più si richiederà. Fai attenzione all'avidità, non ignorarla ma individuiamolo per estirparlo dalla nostra vita. Era il decimo comandamento, doveva essere importante. Esodo 20 17 Non concupire la casa del tuo prossimo; non concupire la moglie del tuo prossimo, né il suo servo, né la sua serva, né il suo bue, né il suo asino, né cosa alcuna del tuo prossimo C'è di più nella vita che acquisire cose. La tua anima non si può saziare dalle "cose", il tuo valore non è nelle cose che indossi/mangi/bevi/guidi o ti intrattieni. Dio non si oppone al fatto che tu abbia case e macchine belle, purché non ti abbiano te! Samuele 10 21bPoi fu designato Saul, figlio di Chis; e lo cercarono, ma senza riuscire a trovarlo. 22 Allora consultarono di nuovo il Signore: «Quell'uomo è già venuto qua?» Il Signore rispose: «Guardate, si è nascosto fra i bagagli» Non nasconderti dietro le tue "cose", tu come individuo sei prezioso davanti a Dio. Non Isolarti : l'uomo stava parlando da solo. Non essere "irresponsabile", ma mettiti nella posizione di essere responsabile di ciò che hai e fai. Parlava da solo! “IO” Dio ha l'ultima parola: v20 Ma Dio gli disse: “Stolto, questa notte stessa l'anima tua ti sarà ridomandata Dio ha sempre l'ultima parola su tutto. Pensiamo che attraverso le nostre abilità persuasivi possiamo aggirare qualsiasi cosa, in qualche modo pensiamo e agiamo come se non ci fosse il giorno della resa dei conti. Viviamo la nostra vita come se dovessimo vivere per l'eternità! Conclusione Matteo 7:21 Non chiunque mi dice: Signore, Signore, entrerà nel regno dei cieli, ma chi fa la volontà del Padre mio che è nei cieli. 22 In quel giorno molti mi diranno: "Signore, Signore, non abbiamo noi profetizzato nel tuo nome, non abbiamo cacciato i demoni nel tuo nome e non abbiamo fatto molte opere potenti nel tuo nome?". 23 E allora dichiarerò loro: 'Non vi ho mai conosciuti; allontanatevi da me, operatori d'iniquità'. Non si tratta di soldi, in definitiva, è tutta una questione di fiducia! Il giorno in cui morirò, non voglio che Dio mi chiami STOLTO! Ma voglio che dica SEI STATO UNO STRUMENTO, entra nella gioia della tua salvezza! Vogliamo che il signore ci dica "ben fatto, mio servo buono e fedele" ma dobbiamo iniziare ora!
Del Colectivo Los Gimenólogos. Con Paco Marcellán, catedrático y militante libertario; José Álvarez Cobelas, historiador, docente, miembro de FAI y militante libertario; y Alejandro Díez Torres, historiador y profesor universitario. Autor de "Trabajan para la eternidad. Colectividades de trabajo y ayuda mutua durante la guerra civil en Aragón. La instauración del comunismo libertario en Aragón en 1936 en el contexto de la Guerra Civil, a través de las historias de vida de militantes libertarios y libertarias.
Dromai came in droves to Dallas and ended up on top. We discuss the top 3 heroes represented in the Dallas metagame and how they might impact the World Championships. Will Katsu and Fai emerge? Will Bravo finally seem good to Brendan? Does Azalea have a window to return alongside Bullseye Bracers? Can Iyslander find a handhold and play the fun police to a potential rebirth of aggressive Dromai counters? We observed (and commented on stream) some of the best this past weekend and we'll share our key takeaways. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ArsenalPass Review Us: https://ratethispodcast.com/arsenalpass Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClhUUppHaVDBUOJHXL-a0EQ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6H2Y8uTHZaVgxpjhnTBn6n?si=R6Uya7paT_e2HOr4n2KC-w Twitter: @BrendanAPG (Brendan) & @Fyen_Dale (Hayden) Hosts: Brendan Patrick and Hayden Dale
Oggi ci sfidiamo a indovinare alcune delle parole inserite nel nuovo vocabolario Zanichelli. Supporta Stivale Italiano qui : www.patreon.com/stivaleitaliano Tre motivi per supportarci: Ci aiuti a continuare questo progetto e a migliorare la qualità dei nostri contenuti Riceverai le trascrizioni dei nostri podcast per studiare meglio le parole e le espressioni che usiamo, glossari di parole nuove, un Q&A con noi, sconti e materiali extra per migliorare il tuo italiano. Ci aiuti ad aprire sempre più corsi con noi e scrivere materiale per migliorare il tuo italiano. Fai la prova gratuita per 7 giorni del nostro abbonamento! Vuoi iscriverti alla nostra newsletter? Cerchi informazioni sui nostri corsi? Visita www.stivaleitaliano.com oppure scrivici a email@example.com Vuoi altri contenuti oltre ai podcast? Seguici anche su Instagram e Tiktok e Youtube! Link dell'articolo del post: https://www.ilpost.it/2023/09/29/neologismi-zingarelli-2024/ Music from #Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/ra/funky-town License code: YA7ZZRRFXJ9V96NB --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/alessandro-ligorio/message
Nelle grandi città italiane, complice anche la diffusione sempre più ampia dell’ecommerce, la distribuzione delle merci genera una forte pressione sui centri urbani. Allo stesso tempo, gli operatori dei trasporti sono chiamati a rispettare una serie di regole d’accesso che variano anche da Comune a Comune. A Milano, ad esempio, dal mese di ottobre è obbligatoria l’installazione di sensori per gli angoli ciechi sui mezzi pesanti sopra le 12 tonnellate.In questa puntata di Container, Massimo De Donato parla di questo tema con il segretario della Fai di Milano, Marco Colombo.Il trasporto merci urbano è caratterizzato da brevi distanze, numerosi viaggi e piccoli carichi. Negli ultimi anni, in tutto il territorio nazionale si è assistito ai tentativi dei vari Comuni di riorganizzare i flussi dei veicoli per garantire, da un lato, sicurezza e vivibilità degli spazi urbani, dall’altro, libera circolazione delle merci. Un ruolo chiave in questo senso è quello dei Piani urbani della mobilità urbana - i cosiddetti Pums - e dei Piani Urbani della logistica sostenibile - i Puls.
Sam Hammond is a senior economist at the Foundation for American Innovation and is non-resident fellow at the Niskanen Institute. Sam is also a previous guest of the show, and he rejoins Macro Musings to talk about artificial intelligence and the future of the state. Specifically, David and Sam discuss the current AI environment, how private AI may replace functions of the state, key moments in the techno-feudalistic future of AI, and more. Transcript for this week's episode. Sam's Twitter: @hamandcheese Sam's FAI profile Sam's blog David Beckworth's Twitter: @DavidBeckworth Follow us on Twitter: @Macro_Musings Join the Macro Musings mailing list! Check out our new Macro Musings merch! Related Links: *AI and Leviathan: The Institutional Economics of an Intelligence Explosion* by Sam Hammond *AI and Leviathan: Preparing for Regime Change* by Sam Hammond *AI and Leviathan: A Timeline of Our Techno-Feudalist Future* by Sam Hammond *Attention is All You Need* by Ashish Vaswani et al.
Roberto Audisio"Giornate FAI d'Autunno"www.fondoambiente.itSabato 14 e domenica 15 ottobre 2023 tornano le Giornate FAI d'Autunno, l'amato e ormai atteso evento di piazza che il FAI – Fondo per l'Ambiente Italiano ETS dedica, da dodici anni, al patrimonio culturale e paesaggistico del nostro Paese.Durante il fine settimana, animato e promosso con entusiasmo dai Gruppi FAI Giovani, assieme a tutti i volontari della Rete Territoriale della Fondazione, saranno proposte speciali visite a contributo in centinaia di luoghi straordinari in tutta Italia, selezionati perché solitamente inaccessibili oppure perché curiosi, originali o poco valorizzati e conosciuti.Il pubblico potrà meravigliarsi di fronte alla ricchezza e alla varietà dei tesori di storia, arte e natura che si celano, inaspettati e stupefacenti, in ogni angolo della Penisola: tra questi si scopriranno palazzi storici, ville, chiese, castelli, e ancora esempi di archeologia industriale, musei, collezioni d'arte, aree archeologiche, biblioteche, laboratori artigiani e siti produttivi. Saranno in programma, inoltre, itinerari nei borghi e percorsi in aree naturalistiche, parchi urbani, orti botanici e giardini storici. Le Giornate FAI d'Autunno sono organizzate nell'ambito della campagna di raccolta fondi della Fondazione "Ottobre del FAI", attiva per tutto il mese.https://youtu.be/gwHkW9do9EU“In viaggio nel Medioevo di Caraglio e della Valgrana” è il tema delle Giornate FAI d'Autunno, scelto dalla Delegazione FAI Saluzzo con il Gruppo Giovani, e che propone cinque aperture per la grande Festa del patrimonio italiano, in calendario sabato14 e domenica 15 ottobre. Il Gruppo FAI di Savigliano condurrà invece tra antiche dimore e nel verde di giardini segreti.È possibile seguire le iniziative della Delegazione FAI Saluzzo, il Gruppo FAI Giovani Saluzzo ed il Gruppo FAI Savigliano su Facebook e Instagram.Info sulle aperture Giornate FAI d'Autunno 2023 anche sul sito nazionale: www.giornatefai.itIL POSTO DELLE PAROLEascoltare fa pensarewww.ilpostodelleparole.itQuesto show fa parte del network Spreaker Prime. Se sei interessato a fare pubblicità in questo podcast, contattaci su https://www.spreaker.com/show/1487855/advertisement
Gary is back from his football holiday in Germany and gives us the low down on pints, currywurst, and kebabs. While he's been away, Kieran has been getting wound up over cup final ticketing arrangments, refereeing performances, and of course, the FAI. Sponsored by QuinnAv.ie
Dr. Mark Gallant // #ClinicalTuesday // www.ptonice.com In today's episode of the PT on ICE Daily Show, Extremity Division Leader Mark Gallant delves into the various phases of rehabilitation for shoulder instability, providing valuable insights and recommendations. One key phase highlighted is centered around core stability, with Mark emphasizing the significance of incorporating core-related exercises into the rehabilitation program. Specifically, exercises like plank and plank rotations are mentioned as effective ways to engage the core muscles. Furthermore, Mark discusses the importance of tailoring functional exercises to the individual's capabilities. He explains that if certain exercises, such as overhead press or full bench press, are too challenging, alternative exercises can be introduced. Examples provided include the landmine press, bottoms-up press, and push-up variations. The goal is to find a level of functional activity that the person can comfortably perform and then scale it accordingly. This approach not only helps to keep the individual motivated, but also allows them to track their progress towards their goals. In addition to core stability, Mark discusses the significance of incorporating speed work into the rehabilitation program. As the patient progresses through the program, Mark suggests gradually introducing speed training. This involves training the tissues to tolerate different velocities of force through a full range of motion. Specific speed work exercises, such as concentric-eccentrics at different beats per minute (30, 50, 70, 90, 120), are mentioned. Additionally, activities like Turkish Get-Ups are highlighted for their ability to improve core resilience while working on shoulder stability. Overall, Mark underscores the importance of integrating core stability exercises and speed work into the rehabilitation program for shoulder instability. These phases of rehabilitation play a crucial role in enhancing overall function and resilience of the shoulder joint. Take a listen or check out the episode transcription below. If you're looking to learn more about our Extremity Management course or our online physical therapy courses, check our entire list of continuing education courses for physical therapy including our physical therapy certifications by checking out our website. Don't forget about all of our FREE eBooks, prebuilt workshops, free CEUs, and other physical therapy continuing education on our Resources tab. EPISODE TRANSCRIPTION 00:00 - MARK GALLANT Alright, what is up PT on ICE crew? Dr. Mark Gallant here, lead faculty for the Ice Extremity Management Division. alongside Eric Chaconas and Lindsey Hughey. Coming at you, sorry, Lindsey, messing up that last name. Happened to me for years, now it's happening to you. Lindsey Huey, the other extremity management lead faculty. Coming at you here on Clinical Tuesday, wanna talk about atraumatic shoulder instability and traumatic shoulder instability, and what a good plan is if we're gonna treat these folks non-operatively. Before we get into that, I want to update on a few courses coming up. So I'll be in Woodstock, Georgia, November 11th. Cody Gingrich will be in Newark, California, December 2nd. And Lindsey Huey will be in Windsor, Colorado on December 9th. So a lot of opportunities, different regions of the country to check out ice extremity management. over the next couple months if you need to get in those CEUs for the year. So again, that's November 11th, Woodstock, Georgia. December 2nd will be in Newark, California, and December 9th will be in Windsor, Colorado. So definitely come meet us out on the road. 02:58 - CONSERVATIVE CARE FOR SHOULDER INSTABILITY So when we're looking at shoulder instability, it used to be that if someone had a traumatic shoulder instability, it was an automatic do not pass go, you're required to have surgery. And then the folks that had atraumatic shoulder instability, the people who were either born loose or worn loose, those folks, it was a maybe depending on how many dislocations, what was going on. But oftentimes a lot of these folks were getting filtered into surgical procedures. What we've now seen over the last couple of years, now that we're getting better with our rehab programs, is that conservative care and physical therapy can do quite well with both the traumatic shoulder instability and the atraumatic shoulder instability. So Anju Jaggi, who's been researching shoulder instability for years, came out with a trial this past year that recently released that showed in folks who had atraumatic shoulder instability, if they had conservative care versus if they had an inferior capsular shift, if they had an inferior capsular shift or an inferior capsular shift placebo procedure where they actually did nothing, that the folks who had the placebo treatment did just as well with physical therapy. So placebo surgery versus actual surgery, the placebo surgery with physical therapy did wonderful. We also have Ellen Shanley in 2019 who looked at what happens if people do have a traumatic shoulder instability event and they go through a full course of physical therapy and found that a majority of those folks were able to return to their sport the next year. So 85% of the individuals who had an instability event had good physical therapy and they were able to return to their sport. We do want to have some humility as physical therapists and allied health professionals that These folks were all individuals who did not have bony damage, so no bony bank hearts and no Hill Sachs lesions in these studies. If those things are not present, we can do quite well. So what is this actually going to look like? Margie Olds, who's another researcher who does a lot with shoulder instability, recently came out with a clinical commentary of how do we best do how do we best work with these folks? And we've been using it in clinic and seeing some really nice results. What the overall theme is, is we really want to get some of the local rotator cuff muscles really functioning well so that the lats, the pecs, the big movers don't have to take over. 04:13 - MUSCLE FIRING PATTERNS & PRIME MOVERS What we used to see is everyone would try to disinhibit the prime movers, the pecs, the lats. We saw this a lot in FAI treatment where we would try to disinhibit the TFL. What we realize now is this is very challenging, and what we actually wanna do is get the muscles that aren't firing as well to be more robust, more resilient, and fire well, and that will calm down the prime movers. So what we see is if we get the posterior cuff functioning well, if we get the subscapularis functioning well, that we will see the tone of the pecs and the lats calm down. The issue traditionally in physical therapy has been once we get to that stage, we don't move them on to more functional fitness, to more global resilience, to more general preparedness of the system. So what is this gonna look like in clinic? It's actually gonna look quite a bit like our tendinopathy progressions for rehabbing folks. So we're gonna start folks out with more isometric contractions, really getting the cortex and those muscles firing, progressing them more into a rehab dose with concentric eccentrics, then we're gonna focus on speed training, getting those tissues to tolerate speed and different velocities of force through a full range of motion, and then getting them back to their overall functional fitness. So what we specifically like to do in clinic is early on, first phase, they're first coming in to see you, they may or may not have been in a sling for a few weeks, Recommendation for slings and these folks now, if it's first time instability event, or if they've had that atraumatic shoulder instability and they had an instability event, is you can put them in a sling short term. There's no research that says it benefits them. There's no research that says it harms them. Put them in the sling. We don't want them in a sling for more than three weeks. If they feel like they need that to calm down, it is okay for a short period of time. We're going to get them in clinic and we're going to start with our isometrics. Two things that we specifically want to hit with our isometrics, if they can get into a 90-90 external rotation position, we want to hold that three sets, 30 seconds. If that person's willing to perform more, five sets of 45 seconds is even better. Whatever range of that external rotation they can get in, without pain going over a mild and whatever range they have access to, that's where we're going to perform that exercise. The other exercise we're going to perform to go after that subscapularis is a prone liftoff. So they're going to be on their stomach, they're going to put their hand behind their back as far as they can, and they're going to rotate into internal rotation to lift the wrist and hand off the back. If they can only get to the glute day one or just barely to their side, that's totally fine. When you're looking at this one, we want to be really careful that that person is actually internally rotating the shoulder. So this is not the time to turn around and type your notes. We want to be focused that they're getting true shoulder internal rotation. what a lot of people are going to do is they're going to wind up trying to extend their shoulder more or really dump through that scapula. So making sure that when they're doing that isometric, they're getting a pure shoulder internal rotation. We also want to start working on co-contraction of the shoulder. So where the delts, all the muscles are going. Oftentimes these people, although weight-bearing, closed-chain exercise is beneficial, early on it may be too much for the system. We're gonna start them out with a side-lying arm bar. So our big three exercises that we've found to be very beneficial are 90-90 ER, three sets to 30 seconds, if they can tolerate five for 45, that's even better, that prone lift-off isometric, and then a side-lying arm bar for that same period of time. Once they're able to demonstrate that they can do these exercises well, then we're going to, that they can do them well with pain less than a, than a three out of 10 or keeping it in that mild symptoms, they can tolerate the entire timeline. Then we're going to move them into a more of our rehab dose program where we're going to start getting some, some resistance through the system and getting, getting into some actual concentric eccentric repetitions. we really like to do the same motions. So we're going to stand them up, have a, have either a meter band, or if you have a cable pulley system, their hand is going to be behind their back. The cable will be to the opposite side, and they're going to have to do that lift off with resistance. We want them to hit somewhere in the 15 to 20 rep, keeping those symptoms mild for three sets. that will get their subscap, their internal rotation, again, making sure they're not solely substituting extension in that motion. Then we're gonna get them back, either on the table or in quadruped, hitting their 90-90 ER. This time we're gonna hit a light weight, two and a half to five pounds, and then we're gonna do, again, 15 to 20 reps. Can they tolerate that high volume, 15 to 20 reps? keeping their symptoms mild, that would be good for that motion. Then we're going to progress them now instead of doing their open chain arm bar, we're going to see how they can tolerate planks. So getting them into that plank position and having them do plank taps. We can modify this depending on the person by either widening their feet to get a better base of support or putting them onto a box. So for phase two, again, we want to hit that lift off, this time with either a band or a cable resistance, 15 to 20 reps, three sets. We're going to hit our 90-90 ER, two and a half to five pounds, if they can tolerate that, keeping symptoms mild. Again, higher on those repetitions. And then we're going to start working towards our plank taps. As they progress through this phase, then we're gonna start working on speed. 10:30 - SPEED & METRONOME TRAINING What we wanna look at with the speed is how much can that person tolerate velocity? The metronome is one of the best tools we can use to get this going. We've seen this a lot in the tendinopathy research. Margie Old is the first person that we're aware of that really laid out in a peer-edited journal article, clinical commentary, how exactly they're doing this with shoulder instability patients in clinic and what they're doing is they're starting them out 30 beats per minute on the metronome and they're going to do neutral internal rotation with a band or a cable column at that 30 beats per minute then as they can tolerate that well they're going to progress to 50 beats per minute then to 70 beats per minute, 90 into 120, which is moving pretty fast. If they're doing internal rotation at 120 beats per minute, it's pretty rapid. As they can tolerate that better, they're going to go out, put a towel under their arm, 45 degree angle of abduction, hitting those same 30, 50, 70, 90, 120 beats per minute, and then progressing to a 90-90 position, hitting that 30, 50, 70, 90, 120 beats per minute. Same with external rotation for that posterior cuff, 30 beats per minute in the neutral, progressing to 50, to 70, to 90, to 120. Then looking at can they do it at 90 degrees of external rotation or 90 degrees of front plane external rotation, 30, 50, 70, 90, 120. and then progressing up to 135 similar to that face pull type of motion. Again, 30, 50, 70, 90, 120. So really systematically progressing the speed training the same way you would with your loaded resistance exercise. Now, the other thing that we're gonna do during that phase three, we're gonna start progressing the plank taps. Can they now do a plank with a rotation going on to their side. So they've got to get a little bit movement through that closed chain exercise. And we love to add Turkish get up variations. So one thing that we see with a lot of, especially atraumatic shoulder instability folks, is that they're going to have a, their core is not going to be as resilient as it could be. So we often see a lot of that anterior and posterior trunk dysfunction leading to maybe the lats and the pecs having more myofascial tone and if we can work on that while we're getting the shoulder more resilient that can be a nice beneficial step. So what we'd like to do is do the first part of the Turkish get up or doing a whole Turkish get up so that we're getting some shoulder stability and we're getting a big massive core engagement. And then the final phase, phase four, where historically A lot of PTs have stopped. Oftentimes these folks are out of pain now, so compliance becomes more challenging. Really encouraging these folks that we want to get them fully back to everything that we're doing and build as much resilience to their shoulder. This is where you're going to really work on your vertical pulls, your horizontal pulls, so your pull-ups, your rows, your vertical presses, your overhead press, your horizontal press, your bench press, and then really getting into dynamic speed work or sports training. So snatches, push jerks, push press, burpees, things that are going to be more functional and have some velocity to them are really good here. Your kipping pull-ups. What we want to encourage is we're not going to only start the functional phase after they've gone through phase one, phase two, phase three. So phase one, again, being more of your isometrics, phase two being your slow concentric eccentrics, oftentimes starting at a higher volume, those 15 to 20 reps and progressing to more load. Phase three, working on your speed work, 30 beats per minute, 50 beats per minute, 70, 90, 120 beats per minute. Working on your core related exercises, with shoulder stability. We're not going to only do functional exercise after that's all done. We're going to find what is the level of that functional exercise that they can do. So if they can't overhead press, can they landmine press? If they can't do a full bench press with the barbell, can they do a bottoms-up press? Can they do a push-up variation? What is the level of functional activity that they can do? We're gonna scale it down to that level so that the person is, they've got that goal in mind. They are always aware of what they're getting back to. They're doing something that's getting all of the tissues moving. Oftentimes it's a little more fun for them. So we're keeping that as part of the program. as early as irritability allows us. So again, overall for shoulder instability, what we now know is for both traumatic and atraumatic, as long as there's not a Hill Sachs or a bony bank heart or severe trauma related changes that we do quite well in conservative care and physical therapy, we want to have a systematic program starting out with your isometric exercises that give both the posterior cuff and the anterior cuff really going. 16:01 - PROGRESSING TO CONCENTRIC-ECCENTRICS Progressing those to our concentric eccentrics, typically starting out with a higher volume. When they can do that, then we're going to progress to our speed work with our concentric eccentrics, 30 beats per minute, 50 beats per minute, 70, 90, 120, making sure we've got some activities that also engage the core, like our Turkish get ups, our closed chain exercises with those plank and plank rotations, and then getting into our more functional fitness or whatever their sport related activity is. Hope this helped overall. Love to hear anything in the comments. We would love to chat and engage about this. Hope you all have a great Tuesday in clinic and hope to see you on the road soon. OUTRO Hey, thanks for tuning in to the PT on Ice daily show. If you enjoyed this content, head on over to iTunes and leave us a review and be sure to check us out on Facebook and Instagram at the Institute of Clinical Excellence. If you're interested in getting plugged into more ice content on a weekly basis while earning CEUs from home, check out our virtual ice online mentorship program at ptonice.com. While you're there, sign up for our Hump Day Hustling newsletter for a free email every Wednesday morning with our top five research articles and social media posts that we think are worth reading. Head over to ptonice.com and scroll to the bottom of the page to sign up.
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In this episode, Dr Joanne Kemp discusses the difference in assessment and management between hip and knee Osteoarthritis. We differentiated between back pain, local pain and red flags as well as how there may need to be consideration for flexibility training in the hip vs the knee. Want to learn more about Hip Osteoarthritis? Dr Jo Kemp recently did a brilliant Masterclass with us, called Hip Osteoarthritis: Optimising your Assessment and Treatment where she goes into further depth on this topic. You can watch her whole class now with our 7-day free trial: https://physio.network/masterclass-kempDr Joanne Kemp is a Sports Physiotherapist and Senior Research Fellow at Latrobe Sport and Exercise Medicine Research Centre, Australia. Her research is focused on hip pain including FAI and early onset hip OA in young and middle-aged adults, and its impact on activity, function and quality of life. If you like the podcast, it would mean the world if you're happy to leave us a rating or a review. It really helps!Our host is Michael Rizk from Physio Network and iMoveU: https://cutt.ly/ojJEMZs
Today we sit down and speak with Dr. Aaron Casp about FAI. FAI seems to be all the rage these days in elite and amateur athletes. But what is FAI and how do we treat it? Dr. Casp is a sports medicine specialist, with advanced training in the treatment of knee, shoulder, and hip injuries. His primary focus is working with active patients of all ages to help get them back to doing what they love. He completed his sports medicine fellowship at the world-renowned Steadman Clinic and Steadman Philippon Research Institute in Vail, Colorado. During this fellowship, he treated elite athletes from the high school level to the NFL, NHL, NBA, and MLS. He traveled to Austria to provide medical coverage to the U.S Ski Team athletes, and was also responsible for the care of athletes from all over the world at the FIS Snowboard and Freeski World Championships in Aspen, CO. Check out the Real Triathlon Squad online store here for all the best products we use or the RTS Club Store for RTS branded clothing! If you want to go above and beyond consider supporting us over on Patreon by clicking here! Follow us on Instagram at @realtrisquad for updates on new episodes. Individual Instagram handles: Garrick Loewen - @loeweng Nicholas Chase - @race_chase Jackson Laundry - @jacksonlaundrytri
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Welcome to the first of three lore episodes introducing the new campaign! Included is a transcript of the episode for those who prefer to read! ------------------------- Welcome, one and all, to Through the Balcony and welcome, for the first time, to the world of Hy'ilrith. For those of you joining us here for the first time, I am Adam, the Dungeon Master for this homebrew campaign. This particular episode, and the next few like it, are not our usual live play content, which I only specify because I've had family members get confused about that before. Instead, today, we're going to explore a little bit of our new world before we fully dive in. Now, if you want to go into the game with a blank slate and learn all of it over the course of the story that is totally alright. However, during the process of making characters my players were given a primer on the world that covered things like magic, and religion and history so they're going into this with at least a basic knowledge of the world at large. That way as we go into the world I can mention things like countries and gods in passing until we have a good moment to dive into those details further. So my goal over these little lore episodes is just to introduce anyone interested to the world just a bit. No spoilers, but if you aren't interested come back in a few weeks for the official start of the campaign. I will warn you that this first one is a little more technical since it's focus is on the elements that make the backbone of the campaign. It's still fun, but you have been warned! For those hanging around…welcome to Hy'ilrith. Hy'ilrith is the second moon of the gas giant Osharra, orbiting it once in a day. As for Osharra itself, it is the fourth planet orbiting the sun Corisdrin. Its orbit around the sun is slightly elliptical and is the main cause of the seasons on Osharra's moons. At perigee, when the planet is nearest the sun, Hy'ilrith is at the height of summer and in winter when it is at apoge. Something of note is that Hy'ilrith itself is tidally locked to its parent planet. The side of the moon facing Osharra is, unsurprisingly, known at the moon's planetward side, and the side away from it known as the starward side. On the planetward side, the presence of Osharra in the sky above leads to a different day and night cycle from the starward side where the sun rises at dawn in the east and sets at night in the west. On the planetward side the sun rises at first light and sets for true night when it passes behind the planet in the sky above. True dawn is when the sun rises yet again, and the time when the sun sets is often referred to simply as night, though it is also called Osharra light, as the sun's light reflected from the planet is bright enough to easily read by. Here would probably be the best time to talk about seasons, though there is a slight challenge to that because magic, the gods, and the seasons are all intimately tied together. A cleverer person than I might be able to introduce them all at once but you're stuck with me, so we'll just start with the seasons and delve more deeply into the magic later. Throughout the year the world goes through two different cycles. The first is a cycle of light and dark, the magics of creation and decay.. When Hy'ilrith halfway between its apogee and perigee, the power of light and dark are in equilibrium. As the planet moves towards perigee light waxes to its height before waning back to equilibrium. The cycle then repeats for dark; equilibrium, waving to full, and waning back to equilibrium. Within these cycles there is another cycle within the other three elemental powers in the world: Growth, Stability, and Change. Once per cycle of light or dark, these powers have a period of dominance. Starting from the equilibrium of light and dark, the magic of Growth rises to prominence. It shifts to Stability,then to Change, and then repeats. This happens once per cycle of light, and once per cycle of dark, and the combination of these two cycles is the basis of the seasons of Hy'ilrith. The year starts with Spring's Blooming as equilibrium shifts towards light. This is followed by Summer's Bounty and then Autumn's Tapestry before the balance shifts towards darkness. That shift is marked by the start of Fall's Quieting which eventually leads into Winter's Respite and Vernal Dawn. Each season is 63 days long, dividing up the 378 day long Hy'ilrith year. So now that we've talked about how magic affects the seasons, let's get a little bit more into the specifics of it. I will try to keep it as simple as possible. There are five prime elemental forces that shape the magic of Hy'ilrith. Elemental in the sense that they are the key ingredients that make up all magic, rather than elements like fire, earth, and water. These elements are known as Aya, the element of creation and light; Era, the element of chance; Kan, the element of stability; Fai, the element of growth; and Ru, the element of shadow and decay. All magic is made up of these elements. A simple way to look at it would be to compare magic to colors. Just as any color is made up of Red, Blue, and Yellow and shaded by white and black, all magic is made up Era, Kan, and Fai and influenced by Aya and Ru. This means that Aya and Ru work in their own axis that affects the other three. This means that Era, Kan, and Fai directly interact with each other, but that they can also be either light or dark aspected. While all magic divine and arcane alike use the same elements, diving casters like clerics draw magic from the source, and arcanists draw their magic from the world around them. Some alchemists can dilute the elemental essence in plants and minerals in the world and shape them into a form anyone can use. At the end of the day, however, these things all exist in a balance that is critical for all on Hy'ilrith to live. And overseeing that balance we have the gods, the embodied will of the elements themselves. There are five gods on Hy'ilrith whose only purpose is to maintain the careful balance of elements that allows life on Hy'ilrith to thrive. While they work on a macro scale, it is their clerics, and on rare occasions their Champions and Avatars, who work in the world on a daily basis to make sure that problems on the smaller scale are never able to rise to a scale that the gods need to directly intervene. The last time that happened the world was never the same, but that's a story for next time. The first of the five gods is Ardayn. He is known as the Life Giver, Light Bearer and Creations hammer. He rules over the forces of creation and light, and guides crafters, builders, and many others. Temples to him are the most common among the gods, and he is very much seen as a protector and guide to the world. His paladins are known as Dawnknights and often devote themselves to protecting the world and those that live in it. The second god is Eowra, and they are the first of the three deities influenced by light and dark. As the god that presides over the powers of change the effect of those forces on them isn't as easily discerned as with their fellows as their form is often changing and thus they only bear one name. Their titles are many, however, and they are known as the Endless Ocean, the Weaver and the Tempest, among many others. Any who spend time on the water turn to them for guidance, and their temples are often found near the water. The Tidebearers that protect these temples also seek to ensure safe passage for those upon the rivers and seas of the world. The next god is referred to as Ravv as a general term, but the aspect of light or dark they align to gives them two distinct sides, much like a coin. Their light aspected name is Ravkai, and she is a creator and crafter said to form the very land itself. When aligned with shadow, however, he is known as Ravkin, and he is said to bring tremors to the world when he walks. Any who work with earth or stone or metal, and those that work the land, are among those that pay Ravv homage. Kan, the power of stability, is the domain of magic they rule over, and the Stalwart Guard that serve him have been a shield against danger for millenia. The last of the trio is known as Nefen, but much like Ravv the are better known by their aspected names. Nefenth, the light aligned form, and Nefena, the dark aligned form, oversee the powers of Fai; the powers of grown. When people speak of Nefenth they talk about how gentle and encouraging he is, how comforting he is. Nefena, on the other hand, is wary and suspicious. She takes the path she ust with little regard for others. Many travelers and hunters, and merchants pay visits to their shrines, but give the Tempestsworn Paladins a wide berth. This brings us to the last of the gods: Ardayn's balance, Ruin. She is known as Wither, Decay, Entropy. The Darkness Before the End. Few openly worship her, but all respect and fear her. Her duty is necessary as she rules over the powers of shadow and decay. And though least loved among the gods, she carries on with her task without cease. Her clerics and her Fadeknights are rarely seen, but much like shadows she is never far away. There are other powerful beings in the world, such as the Primordial Dragons, or the god simply known as the Keeper that watches over the souls of the dead, but out of all of them Ruin is the only one with a day wholly devoted to her. The day at the very center of Winter's Respite is known as the Day of Remembrance. A day when the world goes dark, all light seeming to abandon it. It is a day to gather with those you love and reflect on the past. Reflect, and remember what matters to you. It is a day that also serves as a reminder that Ruin should be respected, for it is said she was the one that brought about the Decimation nearly two millennia ago. But, like I said, we'll get to that next time when we cover the History of Hy'ilrith. For now, I hope you enjoyed yourself. We'll be back soon, but until then, take care. "Teller of Tales" by Kevin MacLeod, Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License, Incompetech;
Today's story comes from Emma Byrne. The Republic of Ireland's most capped woman tells us the story of leading a player revolt against the FAI and how it helped to improve the standing of women's football in the country.Listen to the original full episodes:Emma Byrne: 'Reaching the World Cup is the Biggest Achievement in Irish Sport' - The Big Interview with Graham Hunter | AcastEmma Byrne: 'I was told I wouldn't play any more at 18. I wasn't having it.' - The Big Interview with Graham Hunter | Acast Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hip pain ranges from minor pinching felt during squats to excruciating pain that causes you to limp or even need the support of a cane. Like all joint injuries, the process of diagnosing and treating a hip injury is often long and circuitous. Do you need surgery? Physical therapy? Will the pain ever go away? In this week's podcast, you'll meet a physiotherapist who focuses specifically on hips. Listen and learn: What femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is and what it might mean for you Why you should forget quick fixes and focus on a six months plus healing journey Realistic options for post-hip replacement exercise and sport Why labrum tears are so common in the general population and are usually asymptomatic Links Mehmet's Site ABOUT OUR GUEST Mehmet Gem is a physiotherapist. Much of his work is focused on the hips and femoroacetabular impingement (FAI). He has worked with athletes in multiple sports and non-athletes internationally via his consultancy and training programs. Like the Show? Leave us a review Check out our YouTube channel Visit www.yogabody.com
Signore e signori, si riparte. E Parenzo piange di nuovo. Doppia fotografia crucianiana. Vannacci e l'orsa Amarena. Uno è un eroe della libertà di pensiero, chi minaccia l'assassino dell'orsa è pazzo.Parenzo è circondato. Anche alla Biennale è stato attaccato. "Fai ballare la fresca".Favino e la "p......a sesquipedale" sugli attori italiani che devono interpretare personaggi italiani. E se l'avesse detto Lollobrigida?Enrico Rizzi, Amarena e le caprette. Una vicenda... accesa.Marco Zanasi, da Montese, è in studio e denuncia. La terra è piatta, come un foglio. Putin? Ci vorrebbe anche qui. Poi interviene il direttore Fabio Tamburini.
Aidan Delaney and John Duggan give the latest on Vera Pauw's exit as Republic of Ireland Women's senior manager, after she took aim at the FAI in the previous two days. The Women's World Cup Show - with Sure non-stop protection deodorant, official sponsor of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023.
Eoin Hand, former Ireland football manager, and Marie Curtin, former Ireland international, react to Vera Pauw's claims that the FAI interfered in football matters during the 2023 Women's World Cup and that her exit from the FAI as Ireland manager was "flawed."
Trust broke down' - Those are the damning words from Vera Pauw in her first comments since the FAI confirmed on Tuesday night that they would not be offering her a new contract. In a lengthy statement released last night she has accused the FAI of "major mistakes" by interfering in football matters during the 2023 Women's World Cup. Valerie Mulcahy, a Former Irish footballer spoke to Shane this morning.
Adversaire de l'équipe de France dans le cadre des éliminatoires pour l'Euro 2024, l'Irlande espère retrouver les grands rendez-vous internationaux. Absents du dernier Euro, les « Boys in Green », 47e nation FIFA, n'ont plus connu le parfum d'un Mondial depuis 2002.Comment expliquer ces résultats ?Que vaut la sélection irlandaise, le championnat irlandais ?Qui est Stephen Kenny, le sélectionneur de l'Irlande ?Pourquoi et comment le Brexit va bouleverser le visage du football Irish ?Réponses avec Bastien Héry, footballeur franco-malgache, évoluant en Irlande depuis de nombreuses années, Sébastien Berlier du compte @footballirlande) et Nicolas Vilas.
Cameron Hill has all your top sports stories, all in one place, in Wednesday's Lunchtime Wrap.Coming up today: Eileen Gleeson takes over as Ireland manager after Vera Pauw's contract is now renewed by the FAI, former All Black Colin Slade reacts to Steve Hansen helping the Wallabies ahead of the World Cup, and 1500m athlete Ciara Mageean reflects on having GB Olympian Helen Clitheroe as her coach.Lunchtime Wrap on Off The Ball with Energia – proud sponsor of Irish Rugby. Think of the possibilities.
Vera Pauw's reign as manager of the Republic of Ireland is over after the FAI decided not to offer her a new contract after six hours of deliberations among its board of directors last night In reaction to this news, Newstalk Breakfast spoke to Méabh De Búrca, a Former Irish international with over 50 caps.
Cameron Hill has all your top sports stories, all in one place, on Tuesday's Lunchtime Wrap.Coming up today: the FAI board will make a decision on Vera Pauw's future as Ireland manager, Philippe Auclair on how Liverpool can retain Mo Salah this transfer window, and James Tracy details why Bundee Aki is essential for Ireland's World Cup clash with South Africa next month. Lunchtime Wrap on Off The Ball with Energia – proud sponsor of Irish Rugby. Think of the possibilities.
Former Republic of Ireland player and manager Linda Gorman joined Ger & Shane on Tuesday's Off The Ball Breakfast as the FAI complete their review into the Women's World Cup campaign, with the semi-final action getting underway this morning. Catch The Off The Ball Breakfast show LIVE weekday mornings from 7:30am or just search for Off The Ball Breakfast and get the podcast on the Off The Ball app. SUBSCRIBE at OffTheBall.com/join Off The Ball Breakfast is live weekday mornings from 7:30am across Off The Ball.
El retrato político de los reos que arribaron a Francia a partir de 1938 nos muestra a antiguos combatientes del Ejército Popular y a miles de sindicalistas. El doctor en Historia Gaspar Celaya, experto en el exilio, confirma que hubo anarcosindicalistas de la CNT, trotskistas del POUM, anarquistas de la FAI, catalanes independentistas y socialistas de la UGT. La mayoría terminaron en una veintena de campos de concentración insalubres levantados en el sur del país. La razón: Daladier no se fiaba de los españoles. Tras meses de penurias, y después de pasar por varios ‘Stalags' como el de Estrasburgo —cárceles alemanas de tránsito en la que los reos gozaban de ciertos derechos—, cientos de españoles empezaron a ser enviados a campos de concentración y exterminio regidos por el Tercer Reich. Gracias por escuchar nuestros contenidos en podcast. Suscríbete a nuestra revista MUY HISTORIA con un descuento del 50% accediendo a este link y usando el código descuento especial para podcast - PODCAST1936 https://suscripciones.zinetmedia.es/mz/divulgacion/muy-historia?a=1 Comparte nuestro podcast en tus redes sociales, puedes realizar una valoración de 5 estrellas en Apple Podcast o Spotify. Gracias por escuchar nuestros 'Grandes Reportajes de Muy Historia' Dirección, locución y producción: Iván Patxi Gómez Gallego
Fai Abadi is a Certified Professional Hypnotist and Mindset Coach that is widely known as The Mind Whisperer. No stranger to trauma and depression, Fai deeply understands the power of hypnotic transformation on a personal level. She is the founder of Fai Abadi - Hypnotic Transformational Method where she helps clients become the ‘master of their own mind,' change their habits, and overcome negative thought patterns, trauma, and addictions using her hypnotic transformational method. Prior to starting her hypnosis practice, Fai was the founder of Relax & Revive, a massage and meditation business. Fai joins me today to share her personal journey with creating extraordinary breakthroughs in her life and her desire to help others. We discuss the significance of turning points and internal shifts leading to extraordinary breakthroughs and why it's common for breakdowns to occur before a transformational breakthrough happens. Fai shares how the COVID pandemic impacted her massage and meditation business and how it motivated her to open her hypnosis practice. We discuss the benefits and challenges associated with meditation and why for many clients, those that struggle with meditation often find success through hypnosis. We also discuss the benefits of online hypnosis sessions for yourself and your clients and discuss strategies for helping your clients get accustomed to working with you online. Join us at our next certification course LIVE and ONLINE at: https://worksmarthypnosislive.com/ “Don't wait for a sign. Don't wait for things to change in your life - your finances, the people, your environment. Make a decision and line up with it. That's the only way.” - Fai Abadi ● The transformational moment in Fai's life that led to an extraordinary breakthrough● Why breakdowns are common before reaching an extraordinary breakthrough● What inspired Fai to open her hypnosis practice● How Fai discovered the benefits of guided meditation and hypnosis in relaxation and stress reduction● How Fai helps her clients through online hypnosis sessions● The benefits of working remotely● Getting clients accustomed to working with you online Connect with Fai Abadi: ● Fai Abadi - Hypnotic Transformational Method Website● Fai Abadi on LinkedIn● Fai Abadi on Facebook Join our next online certification course… wherever you are in the world!● https://WorkSmartHypnosisLIVE.com/ Get an all-access pass to Jason's digital library to help you grow your hypnosis business: ● https://www.hypnoticbusinesssystems.com/ Get instant access to Jason Linett's entire hypnotherapeutic training library:● https://www.hypnoticworkers.com/ If you enjoyed today's episode, please send us your valuable feedback! ● https://www.worksmarthypnosis.com/itunes ● https://www.facebook.com/worksmarthypnosis/ Join the new WORK SMART HYPNOSIS COMMUNITY on Facebook!● https://www.facebook.com/groups/worksmarthypnosis/ Want to work with Jason? Check out:● https://www.virginiahypnosis.com/call/
In Today's episode of "Moment of Truth," Saurabh sits down with Jon Askonas, Assistant Professor of Politics at Catholic University of America and Senior Fellow at the Foundation for American Innovation, and Samuel Hammond, Senior Economist at the Foundation for American Innovation, to discuss the state of artificial intelligence, the risks and rewards of its development, AI's impact on the economy and jobs, and whether or not AI will become the terminator and destroy us all.#AI #ArtificialIntelligence #Technology #Innovation #FoundationforAmericanInnovation #JonAskonas #SamuelHammondJon Askonas is a senior fellow with FAI. He is an assistant professor of Politics at the Catholic University of America, where he works on the connections between the republican tradition, technology, and national security.Learn more about Dr. Jon Askonas's work:https://www.thefai.org/profile/askonashttps://twitter.com/JonAskonasSamuel Hammond is Senior Economist at FAI, where his research focuses on innovation and science policy and the institutional impact of disruptive technologies. He previously worked as the director of social policy for the Niskanen Center, where he remains a senior fellow.Learn more about Samuel Hammond's work:https://www.thefai.org/profile/Samuel-Hammondhttps://www.twitter.com/hamandcheese––––––Follow American Moment across Social Media:Twitter – https://twitter.com/AmMomentOrgFacebook – https://www.facebook.com/AmMomentOrgInstagram – https://www.instagram.com/ammomentorg/YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4qmB5DeiFxt53ZPZiW4TcgRumble – https://rumble.com/c/ammomentorgCheck out AmCanon:https://www.americanmoment.org/amcanon/Follow Us on Twitter:Saurabh Sharma – https://twitter.com/ssharmaUSNick Solheim – https://twitter.com/NickSSolheimAmerican Moment's "Moment of Truth" Podcast is recorded at the Conservative Partnership Center in Washington DC, produced by American Moment Studios, and edited by Jake Mercier and Jared Cummings.Subscribe to our Podcast, "Moment of Truth"Apple Podcasts – https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/moment-of-truth/id1555257529Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/show/5ATl0x7nKDX0vVoGrGNhAj Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Kevin Neeld is the Head Performance Coach for the Boston Bruins, where he oversees all aspects of designing and implementing the team's performance training program, as well as monitoring the players' performance, workload and recovery. Prior to his time in Boston, Kevin spent 2 years as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach for the San […] The post Kevin Neeld on FAI, Movement Variability, and Eccentric Training in Ice Hockey appeared first on Robertson Training Systems.