Today Crystal is joined by Amy Sundberg, author of Notes from the Emerald City & Co-Chair of the Seattle Committee of People Power Washington - Police Accountability and Shannon Cheng, Chair of People Power WA - Police Accountability. Crystal, Amy and Shannon break down the latest on the Seattle City budget process, the mess that is Washington State redistricting, and talk about a wonderful opportunity to get involved with the Institute for a Democratic Future. As always, a full text transcript of the show is available below and at officialhacksandwonks.com. Find the host, Crystal Fincher on Twitter at @finchfrii and find today's co-hosts, Amy Sundberg at @amysundberg and Shannon Cheng at @drbestturtle. More info is available at officialhacksandwonks.com. References: “Seattle's Divide on Public Safety is Fueling a Fight Over Next Year's Police Budget” by Ben Adlin from The South Seattle Emerald: https://southseattleemerald.com/2021/11/15/seattles-divide-on-public-safety-is-fueling-a-fight-over-next-years-police-budget/ “In Reversal, Council Keeps Durkan's Expanded Police Budget Mostly Intact” by Paul Faruq Kiefer from The South Seattle Emerald: https://southseattleemerald.com/2021/11/19/in-reversal-council-keeps-durkans-expanded-police-budget-mostly-intact/ “Seattle's LEAD program wins accolades, but not everyone is a believer” by Amy Radil from KUOW: https://www.kuow.org/stories/seattle-s-lead-program-wins-accolades-but-some-officials-want-more-options “The Community Responder Model: How Cities Can Sent the Right Responder to Every 911 Call” by Amos Irwin and Betsy Pearl from the Center for American Progress: https://www.americanprogress.org/article/community-responder-model/ “Council Declines to Fund Two Big-Ticket Asks from Homeless Authority” by Erica C. Barnett from Publicola: https://publicola.com/2021/11/17/council-declines-to-fund-two-big-ticket-asks-from-homelessness-authority/ “In a first, court will decide new WA redistricting plan as commission falters” by Melissa Santos from Crosscut: https://crosscut.com/politics/2021/11/first-court-will-decide-new-wa-redistricting-plan-commission-falters Learn more about how you can get involved with Institute for a Democratic Future here: https://democraticfuture.org/ Find the contact for your Seattle City Councilor here: https://www.seattle.gov/council/meet-the-council Transcript: [00:00:00] Crystal Fincher: Welcome to Hacks & Wonks. I'm Crystal Fincher, and I'm a political consultant and your host. On this show, we talk with policy wonks and political hacks to gather insight into local politics and policy in Washington state through the lens of those doing the work with behind-the-scenes perspectives on what's happening, why it's happening, and what you can do about it. Full transcripts and resources referenced in the show are always available at officialhacksandwonks.com and in our episode notes. Today we're continuing our Friday almost-live shows where we review the news of the week with a co-host. Welcome to the program today's two co-hosts - Chair of People Power Washington-Police Accountability and indispensable member of the Hacks & Wonks and Fincher Consulting teams, Dr. Shannon Cheng. And, Amy Sundberg, author of Notes from the Emerald City and Co-Chair of the Seattle Committee of People Power Washington-Police Accountability - an excellent live-tweeter of municipal meetings in Seattle, indispensable informer of all of us, and the person who's happy to take your baked goods for compensation. Welcome to both of you, Amy and Shannon. [00:01:21] Shannon Cheng: Thanks Crystal. [00:01:23] Amy Sundberg: Good to be here. [00:01:24] Crystal Fincher: So I am happy to have you both on here to start talking about the Seattle budget process, the actions that the Council just took - particularly because you both have been instrumental in keeping people up-to-date on where we're at in this process. And this was an eventful week. So what has been happening? [00:01:48] Amy Sundberg: Well, a lot of very long meetings have been happening, especially yesterday's marathon all-day meeting. I signed off at 6:30p and it was still going. So the Councilmembers have been talking about proposed amendments to the Budget Chair's Balancing Package this week. [00:02:12] Crystal Fincher: Okay. In that process, what was under consideration and what ended up getting passed? [00:02:19] Amy Sundberg: I mean, there was a fair amount under consideration. In terms of public safety, there were several proposed amendments that would - basically the Chair's Balancing Package decided to invest a bit less in the police department than what they had asked for in the mayor's proposed budget. And- [00:02:51] Crystal Fincher: So pausing for a second. What is a Balancing Package? [00:02:54] Amy Sundberg: The Balancing Package is basically Budget Chair Mosqueda - she gets feedback from community, she gets feedback from Central Staff about various issues having to do with the mayor's proposed budget, she speaks with her colleagues. They already went through a round of amendment proposing, and then she looks at where she thinks the strong consensus is going to be for the Council in terms of what they all agree on - what should be funded and what should not be funded in the year's budget. And then she puts together a package that funds these priorities and balances to where they think revenues will be for the year. [00:03:46] Crystal Fincher: Okay. So where are the points of likely agreement? What did they end up saying, "Yeah, we're all on the same page."? [00:03:55] Amy Sundberg: I mean, the Balancing Package - and one of the great things I think that was in that package was a huge investment in affordable housing, much more than we've ever seen. So that was very exciting. I would say that's probably the most notable thing that was happening in the budget. But in general they were funding a lot of services for people - so a lot of food assistance. And there were also a lot of district-specific investments - fairly small investments for various projects within a particular district. And obviously that varied a lot, but there were a bunch of those - different parks, different sidewalk projects, different community centers, all of that sort of thing. There was some consensus around public safety, but a lot of the requests for funding for alternatives, like alternative emergency response, for example, or for LEAD to be scaled up, or for mental - [00:05:16] Crystal Fincher: And LEAD is Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion, which is an alternative to incarceration or further involvement in the criminal legal system and trying to give people pathways and alternatives out of the system. [00:05:31] Amy Sundberg: Exactly. Just Care, which helps house people in hotels if they don't have a home or a place to stay. Behavioral health response - all of these things were proposed in amendments and most of them were not fully funded in the Balancing Package. So there was - [00:05:57] Crystal Fincher: And these proposals were making good on commitments that Councilmembers had made to fund alternatives to basically police patrolling the streets, and alternate responses that may be more appropriate to the challenges that people calling 911 are actually calling about. So if someone is having a behavioral health crisis, if someone is unhoused, many Councilmembers have said, "Yeah, actually probably an armed patrol response is not the appropriate response for that." Or certainly isn't able to address some of the root causes to address the issue that's being called about. So having someone with a different set of expertise that may not be armed, that doesn't introduce or escalate a situation in an unhelpful way may be more appropriate in addressing the root cause of the issue and actually solving the problem that's being called about. And the Council collectively had previously signaled and made commitments to move in that direction. Is that a fair synopsis? [00:07:11] Amy Sundberg: Yeah. I would say that's correct and I would even go further and say it's not even particularly controversial. In general, people would like there to be alternate responses. In general, people would like people who are qualified to answer some of these needs and some of these calls - they don't all need to be armed policemen. [00:07:35] Crystal Fincher: And so, these community responses were a number of the ones that you just talked about, but the Council seemed like it changed direction and didn't follow through on there. How did that come about? What were the votes that changed what happened? [00:07:53] Amy Sundberg: I mean, it wasn't voted upon. I mean, that's what happened. The first round of amendments are not voted upon - and basically Chair Mosqueda has to go back and she has to look at all the different proposals, all which cost money. And then, she has to look at how much money is available and she has to make some hard choices about where to spend that money. And she did not find the money to fully fund some of these programs. One of the ones I was personally most disappointed to see not funded was - Andrew Lewis had proposed money for standing up a CAHOOTS-style community-based alternate emergency response for 911 calls. And you know - a couple million dollars. It wasn't, in the scheme of the budget for Seattle which is very large, it was not much money. And $400,000 of that did get allocated to start working on dispatch protocols so that 911 dispatchers can start to figure out how to route calls in alternate ways, which is great. I mean, that is an important step, but the rest of the money was not given to that project to start to actually stand it up. [00:09:14] Shannon Cheng: Yeah. I think it's just been really frustrating that it is kind of generally agreed upon that we want a faster ramp up of alternative responses to armed police, but obviously the money does have to come from somewhere. And this whole budget process has been about SPD digging their heels in - whenever any even tiny amount of money or arguing about semantics about funded versus unfunded positions. And all the energy is being spent on that instead of actually building actual solutions that are going to help all of us. [00:09:52] Crystal Fincher: Yeah. And I mean, there were certainly articles this week and some clarifications that were trying to be made about the funding of 110 police positions and that being - that right now they are positions that are not filled. And so, it's not like they are removing any police from the streets. That was never the proposal and nothing there, even though that had been strongly implied by several of the usual suspects who report on it. But even things like that seem to be caught up in political spin and moving that away from the roots and the crux of what's being discussed. And what the community voted for. And to say that you support moving in a different direction, making a commitment to do that, and then failing to provide any funding to do that is just plain old not meeting the commitment and going back on your words. So I certainly hope that gets addressed throughout the budget process. What are the options to address this further on in the budget process and how can people advocate for seeing a budget that reflects their values? [00:11:10] Amy Sundberg: Well, the budget process is almost over now. It will be done on Monday. So if you want to speak up, now is the time. You can definitely call and email your Councilmembers now. And there will be a chance for public comments on Monday at 2:00 PM. So I guess signups would be at around noon then - right before all the Councilmembers take their final vote on the budget, which will be at the 2:00 PM meeting on Monday. I will say, also, regarding those positions that you talked about in the police department that aren't filled but are funded - not only are they not filled, they cannot be filled. It is literally impossible for SPD to fill those positions because they have a hiring pipeline. They've figured out how many officers they can hire next year - that amount of officers, there's money for that. And then, these are in addition to any officers that they could possibly hire. They probably can't even hire them in 2023, to be frank. So these are not positions that are going to be filled any time in the near term. The fact that this amendment was not able to be passed, even though it's completely about transparency of budget and fiscal responsibility and has very little to do with staffing, is deeply disappointing. [00:12:47] Shannon Cheng: Yeah. I was really frustrated about that one as well, Amy. I guess I was trying to think about how to relate that to a household budget situation. So I was thinking it'd be like you have two people in a household but you only have one car. And so, you're trying to budget money to buy a second car for the second person to get to work, but conditions are currently difficult - used cars are super expensive, maybe you aren't able to get the car. But then it would be like the first person who has the car telling the other person, "No, you can't use any of this money that's been allocated for a car to take the bus to work and you have to walk." And I guess that's just how I feel about these unfunded positions - that SPD gets to hold the money and we don't get to use it for any of the other things that we desperately want and need. And it's just going to sit there. And then, if Council does ever try to take the money back that SPD isn't even able to spend, it just becomes this big messaging spinning from - we've seen already Chief Diaz and others come out and make it sound like we're trying to take money from them. [00:13:52] Amy Sundberg: But even in the dialogue going on right now, we've been talking about these amendments that are going to restore a $10 million cut in the police department. But I mean, it's only a $10 million cut because they had all of this money to begin with for these unfilled, unfillable positions. So then, it gets to be called a cut but it's not actually - the framing of it becomes very convoluted and it becomes harder to talk about it in a really honest and straightforward way. [00:14:23] Crystal Fincher: I mean, there is a City Councilmember who was just elected, a future member who was elected, who talked about finding waste in Seattle and finding money that isn't being used optimally that we can use for other things in the City, and there has to be somewhere. We found the somewhere. We found where money cannot be spent, where money is allocated that is not serving any purpose. These are residents' funds, this is public money. And so, where there is money that cannot be spent, it's not even possible to spend it, and is only there to serve as a budget line because they just solely want a bigger number for vanity purposes and for messaging purposes - that could be used to help the people of Seattle in different ways more directly and be spent on something, instead of just sitting dormant in an account. We found it. It's SPD budget. It is for positions that not only are not filled, cannot be filled. And for some reason there are not the votes at this moment to use that funding for something more productive. It really is mind-boggling. It's disappointing, and I certainly would hope that people listening and those that you know, that you encourage people to call their Councilmembers to talk about this, to ground this conversation in reality and facts. And that we need dollars that are there to be spent on people, on the residents of Seattle, and not sitting in an account because of some political messaging war. It just doesn't make any kind of sense. We are facing too many challenges that are so big and so pressing that we can't let funding get caught up in this pettiness. And it is pettiness. And I'm just very challenged by that. And hope it changes, but yeah, that's been a frustrating conversation to look at. And another frustrating thing was that the Council declined to fund two requests from the Regional Homelessness Authority and Erica Barnett wrote piece about this in PubliCola. But we have had so many conversations about the priority of addressing homelessness - certainly the mayor-elect, who is coming in, made commitments about doing this. The Council has made commitments about this. Residents of Seattle have talked about this being the most important thing. And what we've heard for years really, and heard continuing conversation about is, well, this really needs to be a regional solution. We really have to take action in conjunction with our regional partners. And we all have a role to play in this. And Seattle certainly is the largest city in the region and would be carrying the lion's share of that responsibility with contributions from others. But there is a responsibility from the City of Seattle in this. And the City declined the requests from the Homelessness Authority. As Erica Barnett mentioned in her article, there was a request for a high acuity shelter to help stabilize unsheltered people experiencing health crises. The King County Regional Homelessness Authority asked for $19.4 million. They will receive $5 million of that, with potentially another $5 million from the county to begin work on a shelter. That's supposed to help that, but certainly looking at a quarter of the funding there. And then a $7.6 million request to fund 69 peer navigators, people who have lived experience being homeless to help unsheltered people navigate through the homeless system, won't receive any funding. This one came with a justification that there are several existing providers that provide similar services that may be able to do that without incurring additional expenses and be able to build on their current expenditures and current processes. So that will be interesting to see how that shakes out. And they're looking at certainly coming up with proposals to see how they might be able to address that, but this is something to keep our eye on and just feels a bit counter to all of the rhetoric and a number of the promises that have been made. And certainly the direction of the solution that a number of electeds in the City and people who were just elected have made. It's a bit confusing to hear rhetoric for years - we need to participate in a regional solution. It's like, "All right, regional solution, got everybody on board. Here we go." And it's like, "Yeah, never mind, maybe not so much." But we will see if the City comes up with a better plan on their own or not. But I think that's something to keep our eye on. And also looking at how legitimate is this Regional Homelessness Authority going to be if the charter it's been given and the solutions that they are looking to implement may be dead or disabled on arrival because of a lack of funding. I mean, really a lot of what we talk about in policy - it's great to talk about these policies, it's great to talk about these alternative public safety programs. And it's great to talk about needing to address all of our unhoused neighbors and getting them into housing. It takes money and that money has to be allocated. And when it's not, we're not going to make progress on solving these problems. So I am curious to see what results from this - and what targets they have, how they plan to meet the commitments that they've made. And if not funding this as part of a regional solution is in their plans, what is the regional solution they've been talking about for years and what are they going to do about it? And I'm interested in hearing that from the mayor's perspective and from the Council perspective. Certainly it's an issue that people want addressed. It's an issue that people who are unhoused need addressed and so we will see how that happens. [00:21:24] Amy Sundberg: It's going to be really interesting to watch the transition and see how much power the City of Seattle is willing to cede to the regional authority, because they're used to kind of doing their own thing, right? And so, I think there might be a little bit of resistance there. I also know, for example, that the Council has been very excited about tiny home villages for some time now. And the new CEO of the Regional Homelessness Authority is not so excited about tiny house villages. So you get these interesting kind of policy discussions and power dynamics that I don't think we know how they're going to play out yet. [00:22:12] Crystal Fincher: Yeah. And speaking of things we don't know how they're going to play out yet, we might as well talk about redistricting. Redistricting. So this has been a bit of an eventful, not eventful week in the arena of redistricting. So if you haven't seen, and do not fault anyone for not having seen - this is not a fun thing to be following. But our state has a bipartisan Redistricting Commission that we put in charge of redrawing maps every 10 years in response to the changes in population and demographic compositions that we learn from the Census that is taken every 10 years. In Washington state, we have Democrats appoint two members and Republicans appoint two members. And then there is a different Chair of the organization - that is the Redistricting Commission. They are responsible for collecting public comment and basically balancing the population and composition within districts, which involves adjusting boundaries of different districts to even out population - some districts grow a lot in size, some shrink. And so, from Congressional Districts on down, the boundaries have to be adjusted to balance out - to rebalance - population and representation to make sure everyone is being represented fairly and accurately throughout the state. This process has successfully produced maps every year that it has been in existence, which this current process has been in existence since 1983. Every 10 years they have successfully performed their jobs and produced maps, until the deadline this past Monday, which they missed. And they didn't just miss it, they missed it in such interesting, ridiculous, and we can plug in whatever adjective we want to use their way. [00:24:19] Amy Sundberg: Shady. I would say it was kind of shady. [00:24:23] Crystal Fincher: There was a lot shady about it, and likely straight up potentially illegal about how it happened. Because the deadline was Monday night. Now it is not at all uncommon for a commission to take to nearly the deadline, or any entity to take until nearly the deadline to complete their job. A lot of times a deadline is a helpful pressure point to help people who may be disagreeing negotiate and come to an agreement. And that clock ticking down is helpful in getting that done. However, as the deadline approached, there didn't seem to be any progress. And oddly and troublingly, as the deadline approached, in what was supposed to be a public meeting - because by law, these commissioners and these commission meetings have to be held in public. This is not like the Legislature - this is like most other bodies where their deliberations have to be held in public. And they actually are forbidden by law to meet in groups of more than two to prevent there being any meeting basically that is not in view of the public. However, leading up to this deadline, instead of meeting in view of the public, the commissioners retreated - they said - to meet in groups of two, and they were going to meet and come back and discuss publicly. And then they didn't come back. And then they didn't come back again. And then, the updates were non-updates and the meeting that was supposed to take place in public view did not. And then, there was an update that coming up to the midnight deadline on Monday, maybe there is a vote to be taken. There wasn't. And then, the word came that - they came back just in time to take the vote, to approve - it's still confusing what they did or did not approve and what timeline and this is part of the confusing part. What was presented in public at the time - they said that they voted to approve a framework, just after the midnight deadline, I believe. But that framework did not have any maps attached to it. And so, this was a very confusing time, and it's not quite sure what was approved and they have not clarified much about their deliberations or what was approved. And then, the next day, late in the day, and this was well after the deadline, they published some maps that they said were what was approved in the framework. Both Congressional District and Legislative District maps, which a lot of people - I mean, the first reaction was just, for most people, well these maps are invalid. One, you missed the deadline to vote - that's kind of very cut and dry, that's actually a pretty black and white thing. They admitted they missed the deadline, there doesn't seem to be any disagreement that they missed the deadline. What they do seem to be saying is, "But we voted just after the deadline. And so we put so much work into it that maybe you should consider what we did." However, the maps that they eventually - that the commission eventually published a day later after the deadline passed - it has issues. It has a number of issues, but I think a lot of people are really not even getting into those issues yet at this point in time, just because they missed the deadline and therefore - in a situation where it would've gone to the Legislature to be approved, now it is up to the Supreme Court. If you missed a deadline, it gets kicked over, Redistricting Commission is done. What they have done is basically all null and void because they did not produce what they were supposed to approve and produce in the timeline that they were supposed to do this. And this is prescribed by law, so it's not like someone can just decide to take a little bit more time. And in this process with the Supreme Court, they have until now - April 30th - to approve maps. So what seems pretty clear is that the Supreme Court has no obligation to consider anything that the Redistricting Commission has done. The challenge becomes that the Supreme Court is not a mapping body. This is not anything that is in their - it's not in their job description. [00:29:09] Shannon Cheng: Yeah. And Crystal, isn't that April 30th deadline really problematic? Isn't filing week for a lot of these positions, that people need to know their districts for, the second week of May, usually? [00:29:22] Crystal Fincher: It's so problematic. And that's such a good point. I mean, the reason why the deadline is in mid-November is because we actually moved it up from the end of December. We moved the deadline up because it was such a stretch to implement all of this and have people learn their new districts. And so we said, "Hey, we actually need more time to - once we decide what these maps are, everything that follows the new maps - need more time to implement it." So not having maps now and moving this deadline to April 30th does mean that some representatives do not know which district they are going to ultimately represent. Depending on which version of which map you look at, some representatives are in one district on some maps, they're in another district on another map. They maintain their incumbency according to some maps, they don't according to others. Different candidates who have run four different positions or are considering - are in one district according to some maps, another district according to others. So this uncertainty now goes until April 30th. The candidate filing deadline is May 20th. So there are less than three weeks, fewer than three weeks between the time districts become final and the time that people learn, not just whether if you're an incumbent, whether you're still in your district, but what the composition of your district is. And we know that there are going to be several districts whose compositions meaningfully change. So you don't know what neighborhoods, what areas you're going to be representing or not. As someone who may potentially be a candidate, you don't know where you might end up running, who you might challenge. There may be one person who you're very interested in running against, there may be another person who you're not. This is all up in the air until April 30th. I hear a lot of people say, "Well, maybe the Supreme Court will get done early." And to that I say, what entity has ever gotten done early? There is nothing that has happened in the past that suggests that this would happen early. It could happen. The thing is this is actually a completely unprecedented process and we don't know what's going to happen, but trying to assume upfront that they're going to get done early does not seem like it's the most likely thing, given that, I mean, you have a commission whose job it was just to figure out these maps - who came in and it was on their job description, part of their job description, to get these maps done. They had process, they had staff, they had this whole thing. They were unable to get this process done by the deadline. I don't know why kicking it over to a body that doesn't have any of the preparation that this one had would make us think that they would get done faster. Certainly is possible but - [00:32:16] Amy Sundberg: And weren't there also problems with a lot of the proposed maps in terms of the legality?So I mean, that becomes an issue as well. [00:32:24] Crystal Fincher: Oh there are so many problems. Yeah. There have been several independent analyses, from Harvard to UCLA, I think the League of Women Voters - looked into several of these maps and several of them have pretty blatant Voting Rights Act violations. They appear to be unconstitutional, they appear to be illegal maps. That's certainly a major issue that had been talked about throughout this process. The alleged maps - it's hard to even say - this last map that was published after the deadline, which seems to have several issues even on top of the Voting Rights Act violations. Yeah, that's a problem. And so, the one thing I would say is I would assume, I would hope and I actually would assume from our Supreme Court, our Washington State Supreme Court, that they are interested in adhering to the Voting Rights Act, which would automatically mean, because of that would mean that some of the maps that have been published, that their maps would not look like those. And so, there's going to be a question of where do they start? Because the process is not defined. There are some states who have gone through similar processes. Some would be useful to follow, others may not be good to follow - but that's all going to be determined. But really what we have now is we're in an unprecedented situation for our state. The Redistricting Commission did not complete their job by the time that was required, so the normal process that we are used to following is no longer the process that we're in. We're in a brand new process, we are going to see what happened. Because there is so much - I'm sitting here probably - I still don't get what happened on that Monday, and what they approved, and what they didn't approve, and what happened when. And I probably did a horrible job of explaining that - the reason why, is because we don't know. It is very confusing as to what happened. In fact, the Supreme Court has ordered the Chair of the Redistricting Commission to basically submit a sworn statement about what did happen because no one knows. We are supposed to know. It's supposed to be in public for deliberation. What was the timeline of the events? What happened? When did it happen? And that is due by this coming Monday, the 22nd? I think Monday is the 22nd. So we will hear the Redistricting Commission's sworn version of events and from there we'll see where it goes. But it seems pretty black and white from what they said before that they did not make the deadline for the map. So that basically - question one, the most important question is, did you approve those maps in time by the deadline? They did not. I'm sure they will be like, "But it was only by a little bit." And the thing about when a deadline is prescribed by law - is when you miss it, it doesn't matter whether it's by two seconds or two days. It is missed. And so that's question one, which is why it is now in the hands of the Supreme Court. And we'll see where it goes from here. We will probably have other shows talking about this in more detail, but certainly as we get more information. But this is something to continue to pay attention to and certainly to make sure that you are engaging, especially as we have, these conversations about whether districts adhere - proposed districts - and that's adhere to the Voting Rights Act primarily. And that's important for issues like in Central Washington, looking at places like Yakima - are there attempts, bad faith attempts really, made to dissect that community in a way that eliminates voting power, organizing power that would normally be there because of the population? Or are they looking at that and trying to dilute the power of specifically non-white populations in order to maintain electoral power? And this is the conversation that we see with gerrymandering in so many other states, right? And so we were trying to avoid that here. So we'll talk about this a lot more, but it's a mess. [00:37:10] Amy Sundberg: I think too, that it bears repeating how shocking it is that we don't know what happened. And that it's now Friday and we still don't know what happened. And that these are meetings that are legally required to be within public view. And that all the commissioners felt emboldened - they felt just fine not having to be transparent. [00:37:35] Crystal Fincher: Well, I will be careful in characterizing what all of the commissioners done - I mean, did. I don't know where all of the commissioners were, I don't know if a couple of them felt strongly about this and a couple others didn't. I don't know that, but I do know that the process overall was certainly not ideal. And even that meeting in pairs - it is also illegal if you meet in pairs and then have an intermediary relay information from one of those meetings in pairs to a member of the other pair. You can't pass information back and forth that derives from those smaller meetings, because that in effect is a meeting. That is also specifically illegal. So I think most people are going now - it is not believable to think that this process happened completely behind doors, behind closed doors, there was no agreement beforehand. You come back in time to take a vote, but no one talked to each other, even though we didn't see what you were doing and somehow came to an agreement. No one believes that. [00:38:47] Amy Sundberg: No. [00:38:48] Crystal Fincher: I think we're there. I don't believe that. [00:38:54] Amy Sundberg: And I would say if you're appointed to be a commissioner, one of your tasks is to work towards transparency. So making sure the public does know what you're doing. And I mean, yes, maybe there are circumstances we don't know about, maybe you can just be swept along - but, I mean, transparency is part of what you should strive for. [00:39:18] Crystal Fincher: Part of what we should strive for. And really that issue in itself, whether or not they violated Open Meetings Acts and whether or not they adhere to the law there, even if they would have voted in time, could invalidate that entire process. So there are just so many issues with how this process came to its non-conclusion conclusion, but we will get more information about what the commission says happened by Monday. And certainly we'll be talking about this next week too on Hacks & Wonks. One last thing I wanted to talk about before we left was - we are approaching the deadline for applications to the Institute for a Democratic Future. What's the Institute for a Democratic Future, you ask - I'm glad you asked. It is a fantastic six-month fellowship where you spend about a week in a month immersing yourself in politics and policy on the ground throughout the state of Washington and there's even a trip to DC. But it is an excellent way to get an education on not only a range of policy and politics, but to see how the policy that is passed connects to real-world conditions on the ground for people in different circumstances and in different walks of life. So being in Eastern Washington, being in Central Washington and talking to farmers and talking to farm workers and talking to union leadership and talking to people who are doing environmental work and talking to business organizations and just the full range of people in communities. And how different legislation impacts them, how different challenges are presenting themselves, and what their feedback and perspective is on different things. And it's varied. And especially, I think most of the people who are listening to this podcast are in the King County area, how things look in rural communities is different. How life is experienced in rural and communities elsewhere is different. And it's important to understand how that manifests in order to create policy in a way that actually does help people. This program is for people who are 39 or under. The deadline is approaching, coming up in about a week. So if this sounds like it's something interesting to you, I would highly encourage you - reach out to me on Twitter, I'm @finchfrii, send me a text message, email, send me a message to the website. I'll be happy to talk about it more with you, but this is actually how I got my start in politics. I had a career before I worked in politics - I was in corporate sales, but I knew that I wanted to make a change and do something different. I was pretty naive - I didn't know what jobs and stuff there were in politics, what options were. I had watched the West Wing and knew of those positions there, but really didn't understand the wide variety of positions in politics. But also how that also works together with policy positions, advocacy positions, and there is a rich world that you can work in and contribute to. And it can be in a full-time paid capacity or not, but it's just really useful and helpful to be able to see how policy translates. What type of policies in the conversation, what different people from different areas are saying about their lives and what they're facing. And what is helping and what is not helping. And a lot of it will surprise you. A lot of it may not fit neatly into rhetoric that we're used to hearing. And that's really important to engage with and understand. So I highly encourage you to do that. If you're listening to this and you know me, there's a letter of recommendation required - talk to me. If you know me and we can do that, I'm happy to do that. I've done it before for people, but highly recommend this for anyone interested in being more engaged in the world of politics or policy or advocacy, it really is invaluable. You would not be hearing my voice on this podcast right now if it weren't for the Institute for a Democratic Future. I wouldn't be working in politics. It is just really important and helpful. So if this sounds interesting to you or you think it would sound interesting to any others, you can go to democraticfuture.org. I'll also put that in the show notes so that you can read more about it. But it really is valuable. And for young leaders, young progressive leaders, age 21 to 39, and the program itself runs January through June. And there are 11 weekends between January and June plus a Washington, D.C. week. So give me a chat if this is interesting, but Institute for a Democratic Future is great. And it's also just a great network of people and really helpful and useful network of people to belong to, and you would be surprised how many people have been through this program and who are working there. It has been useful for a ton of us. So that's where I'm at on those. And I thank you all for listening to Hacks & Wonks on today, November 19th, 2021. And thank you to the producer of Hacks & Wonks, Lisl Stadler, who is assisted regularly by Shannon Cheng and our wonderful co-host today - who, hey, Shannon Cheng, the Chair of People Power Washington-Police Accountability, as well as Amy Sundberg, author of Notes from the Emerald City and Co-Chair of the Seattle Committee of People Power Washington-Police Accountability. You can find Shannon on Twitter @drbestturtle, Amy Sundberg @amysundberg and you can find me @finchfrii. Now you can follow Hacks & Wonks on iTunes, Spotify or wherever else you get your podcasts - just type "Hacks & Wonks" in the search bar. 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This episode is presented by Ambrosia Meals. Like, rate, and leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Follow @theunfitpod on Instagram and Twitter. This week we're chatting with the Sports Dietitian of the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres, Christine Dziedzic, RD, CSSD, APD (9:42). Christine's career has taken her from her hometown in Australia all the way to Canada and ultimately landed her in Buffalo, New York. We're talking about the team behind the team (23:31), the measurements she takes to keep her athletes at the top of their game (32:42) and what game day fueling looks like for the Bills vs. the Sabres (43:18). Of course we had to ask about the now-infamous peanut-butter-and-jelly-gate from the Bills' Sunday Night Football game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Christine cannot confirm or deny who made the sandwiches or whether the ratio of peanut butter to jelly was off. This one goes out to all our Buffalo fans! Follow Christine on Twitter @SportDietitian.
In this episode, Wahoo sports scientists Neal Henderson and Mac Cassin wrap up their three-part series on fueling strategies. This time they're tackling post-workout nutrition. You'll learn what and when to eat to help consolidate the gains you've made and get you ready to smash your next workout.Learn more:https://blog.wahoofitness.com/importance-strength-training-age/Try the SYSTM Training App free for 14 days.https://www.wahoofitness.com/systm/getting-startedHave a question? Ask and get answers here! https://systm.forum.wahoofitness.com/t/fuel-for-the-fire-part-3-post-ride-fueling-strategies/14218
Time for the next course. In this second in a three-part series, Wahoo sports scientists Neal Henderson and Mac Cassin serve up knowledge on fueling strategies for during your workout to help you stay strong through the last interval. Hope you're hungry for some top training tips.Learn more:https://blog.wahoofitness.com/importance-strength-training-age/Try the SYSTM Training App free for 14 days.https://www.wahoofitness.com/systm/getting-startedHave a question? Ask and get answers here! https://systm.forum.wahoofitness.com/t/fuel-for-the-fire-part-2-fueling-strategies-during-your-workout/14217
It's chow time. In this episode, Wahoo sports scientists Neal Henderson and Mac Cassin tuck into pre-workout fueling strategies. They break down how your body breaks down what you put into it, what to eat and the best time to fuel before your workout to ensure that you get the most out of your training.Learn more:https://blog.wahoofitness.com/importance-strength-training-age/Try the SYSTM Training App free for 14 days.https://www.wahoofitness.com/systm/getting-startedHave a question? Ask and get answers here! https://systm.forum.wahoofitness.com/t/fuel-for-the-fire-part-1-pre-workout-fueling-strategies/14216
"Fear and Faith ask of us the same thing, to believe in something unseen"... which are YOU fueling your power to?When we can practice walking in faith and accepting where things are, it is absolutely INCREDIBLE how many "miracles" can occur FOR us.*The last few years have entered us into a MIND WAR. Where are YOU now, where do you want to be, and how have you used this time to elevate your life? *It's time to FLIP THAT SCRIPT and start walking in our power as we remember who we really truly are and what we desire our life to look like! Cheers to YOU,XX- V
Anxiety is a normal human emotion. But when you want to do your best, most impactful work, it's not helpful. Anxiety prevents you from serving clients at your highest level and -- if left unchecked -- prevents you from showing up the way you want to in your life. What most people don't know is that we unconsciously fuel anxiety with our thoughts and behaviors. In this episode of Be a Better Lawyer Podcast, you'll learn how to stop fueling your anxiety. When you do, you'll take back control of your life and be the person you want to be for your clients, your loved ones, and (most importantly) yourself. RESOURCES Calendar Masterclass for Lawyers CONNECT WITH ME On Instagram @dina.cataldo On LinkedIn WORK WITH ME When you're ready to start implementing what you're learning in this podcast, book a call with me. Book a call here. If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than 90 seconds, and it really helps spread the word about this podcast. For transcripts, go to the show notes for episodes.
Riall Johnson, Principal Partner at Prism West consulting, joins Crystal to talk about Nicole Thomas-Kennedy's campaign for Seattle City Attorney, the funding mechanisms behind the scenes in Seattle politics, and the future of progressive candidates in Washington. As always, a full text transcript of the show is available below and at officialhacksandwonks.com. Find the host, Crystal Fincher on Twitter at @finchfrii, and Riall Johnson at @RiallJohnson. More info is available at officialhacksandwonks.com. Resources "Where Urbanists and Progressives Go from Poor 2021 Showing" by Doug Trumm from The Urbanist https://www.theurbanist.org/2021/11/05/where-urbanists-and-progressives-go-from-poor-2021-showing/ "Abolitionist Nicole Thomas-Kennedy Announces Last-Minute Run for City Attorney" by Mark Van Streefkerk from The South Seattle Emerald: https://southseattleemerald.com/2021/06/10/abolitionist-nicole-thomas-kennedy-announces-last-minute-run-for-city-attorney/ "Two Seattle candidates reflect rise of abolitionism in U.S. politics" by Lilly Ana Fowler from KNKX Public Radio: https://www.knkx.org/politics/2021-10-21/two-seattle-candidates-reflect-rise-of-abolitionism-in-u-s-politics "Seattle's Choice: A Police Abolitionist or a Law-and-Order Republican?" by Mike Baker from The New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/30/us/seattle-city-attorney-election.html Ann Davison's 2019 Homelessness Plan: https://twitter.com/ericacbarnett/status/1450516851503501314 "Abolitionist Candidates Are Running for Office Across the Country" by Gennette Cordova from Teen Vogue: https://www.teenvogue.com/story/abolitionist-candidates-running-for-office "Seattles Divide on Public Safety is Fueling a Fight Over Next Year's Police Budget" by Ben Adlin from The South Seattle Emerald: https://southseattleemerald.com/2021/11/15/seattles-divide-on-public-safety-is-fueling-a-fight-over-next-years-police-budget/ Transcript The transcript will be uploaded as soon as possible.
When it comes to social impact, Christina Louie Dyer has a knack for getting others engaged. Throughout her career, Christina has used her passion for change to help the organizations she's worked for — like Teach for America and Box — make a difference. Now as head of social impact at Lob, Christina is bringing her skills to the automated mail space, helping to grow its social impact arm, Lob.org, into a leader for good. In this episode, Christina takes us through her career in corporate social impact and the creation of their dot-org. Listen to learn how Christina is leveraging employees and partners for change, their three focus areas for social impact are and what Christina's hopes are for its future. This episode includes music by audionautix.com, released for use under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Jesse Allen talks with Jena Bjertness, director of market development with the North Dakota Soybean Council, about their upcoming “Fueling Your Farm” workshop series across the state. Learn more as well here: https://ndsoybean.org/fueling-your-farm-workshop-series/
Guest host Anne Carto, director of client strategy and sustainability at Adamantine Energy, welcomes Xuan Yong, CEO and co-founder of Workrise, to the Energy Thinks Podcast. Anne and Xuan discuss:· Workrise's commitment to customers and the skilled labor workforce;· Retaining employees that support your company's mission and vision;· What Workrise is doing differently to disrupt the industry through empowering employees;· Skilled labor shortages and enhancing workers' marketability;· Building company success by empowering your team;· Ensuring corporate employees understand the field experience firsthand; and.· Lessons to learn from the changing energy landscape.Xuan Yong is the CEO and co-founder of Workrise, a workforce management company that provides professional training, networking opportunities, and other resources to people looking for jobs and businesses looking for workers in industries including solar, upstream and midstream oil and gas, wind, construction, and defense. The company, which was previously known as RigUp, was rebranded in February 2021 to reflect its growth across multiple industries and the company's mission of empowering hard workers. Prior to his start at RigUp in March 2014, Xuan served as an analyst at multiple companies including Citadel Investment Group, Kortright Capital, D.E. Shaw & Co., and Goldman Sachs. He received his Bachelor of Business Administration in finance and economics from Texas A&M University.Subscribe here for Tisha's weekly "Both Things Are True" email newsletter. Follow all things Adamantine Energy at www.energythinks.com. Thanks to Lindsey Slaughter, Adán Rubio, and Michael Tanner who make the Energy Thinks podcast possible. [Interview recorded on October 28, 2021]
The North Dakota Soybean Council is partnering with MEG Corp to host a series of workshops titled “Fueling Your Farm.” Jena Bjertness, NDSC Director of Market Development, explains more about these free to attend workshops that will be held across the state. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sean: I have hit some speed bumps on my journey to starting a business and I'm starting to feel discouraged. How can I keep pushing forward? Get mentors. That's the best thing. I mean, when I'm stuck in a rut, I actually ask mentors because they've been there, you know. These are people who have also struggled with the things that you are struggling with, or have failed where you're struggling with, and they got up and they learn from it. Mentors are good because they evaluate their failures. They evaluate their experiences. If they didn't, they'd still be failures and they're not going to mentor you. And make sure to choose your mentors well. Make sure that they are mentors with no agendas, that they really have a helping spirit. There are people who just want to help. They have a helping spirit. Make sure that they are those kinds of people so that you can ask them for time and ask them questions. And also respect them. Respect their time. When you ask them for one hour, stick to one hour. And make sure you prepare your questions before the mentorship session. Don't go into the mentorship session and say, “I'm here. I want to learn from you.” Mentorship is not like that where you sit on the teacher's feet and get enlightened. Mentorship is about asking questions to people who have gone the way. So prepare your questions ahead. With my mentors, usually, I have 20 questions. I'm just being safe, but usually, with 5 or 10 questions, the one hour has gone by. It has flown by. But I prepare a set of 20 questions just in case there's still time I want to squeeze that in because I want to learn from this person, you know. So that's how I do. And I feel encouraged after that because I realize it's not so bad where I am. It's actually worse what they've gone through because of technology or the advent of, you know, having mentors like this person or that person. So get mentors. That's one of the ways that I have been able to do it. And I found it very encouraging, very enlightening. I mean, I'm not going to be where I am today without my mentors. That's how important they are to me. How about you, JM? JM: Besides getting mentors it's important for you also to get a group that can encourage you. I hope I can pronounce it right. Inklings. Have you heard about C.S. Lewis? And then the other authors also, they have this group called The Inklings. So they meet every week for a certain day. And then at a certain, I think that's a cafe in the UK and then, they will just meet, and discuss the books that they're writing about. And so it's very important for you to have those people who can give you support and feedback when it comes to the challenges that you're facing. And also to give you encouragement whenever you need it, whenever you feel stuck, or whenever you feel, I like your words earlier, you're paralyzed, Sean. And I know a lot of people are dealing with that also nowadays. So that's my encouragement for you to get a group as well, besides having a mentor, which is very important. Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/leadershipstack Join our community and ask questions here: from.sean.si/discord Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/leadershipstack
Entrepreneurship is much like running into a wall until you knock it down, and German-born Florian Hagenbuch has committed to making sure that the wall stays down for those coming after him.Florian founded Loft to digitalize the real estate market and make it accessible to millions of Brazilians dreaming of owning a home. Their latest funding round bumped them up to a nearly 3 billion-dollar valuation.With a portfolio of over 100 companies he has personally invested into as an angel, his trajectory naturally evolved into the formation of a VC fund. Canary, a pre-seed and seed-stage investment firm in Latin America, has now over $150M in assets under management.In this episode, Florian goes over:The lifecycle of disruption opportunitiesHow fast-growing companies can accelerate careersThe potential of addressable markets in Latin AmericaAngel investing as a way to give backBuilding something new? Apply for the Latitud Fellowship at apply.latitud.com
How much of your “race fitness” is due to improvements in capacity and how much of it comes from pain tolerance? We'll cover this and how should average athletes and pro athletes fuel differently, get into cyclocross season and much more in Episode 339 of the Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast! -------------------------------------------- TOPICS COVERED IN THIS EPISODE - Intro 0:09 - What has Ivy learned during her CX season so far? 03:16 - Deep dive on pain tolerance and endurance training 19:17 - Rapid fire questions 53:26 - Physical vs. psychological benefits of drafting 1:14:19 - Examining how a specific pro athlete should manage their nutrition 1:19:59 - How average athletes should manage their nutrition 1:30:21 -------------------------------------------- RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE - The Cerebral Signature for Pain Perception and Its Modulation - Survey of Chronic Pain in Europe: Prevalence, Impact on Daily Life, and Treatment - The Relationship Between Psychological Resilience and Pain Threshold and Tolerance: Optimism and Grit as Moderators - Psychological Factors Associated With Ultramarathon Runners' Supranormal Pain Tolerance: A Pilot Study - Does exercise induce hypoalgesia through conditioned pain modulation? - Assessing Endogenous Pain Inhibition: Test-Retest Reliability of Exercise-Induced Hypoalgesia in Local and Remote Body Parts After Aerobic Cycling - A meta-analytic review of the hypoalgesic effects of exercise - Examination of the dose–response relationship between pain perception and blood pressure elevations induced by isometric exercise in men and women - Dose Response of Isometric Contractions on Pain Perception in Healthy Adults - Exercise-Induced Hypoalgesia in Healthy Individuals and People With Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis - Influence of Preferred versus Prescribed Exercise on Pain in Fibromyalgia - Prescribed Versus Preferred Intensity Resistance Exercise in Fibromyalgia Pain - Similarities between exercise-induced hypoalgesia and conditioned pain modulation in humans - Hypoalgesia after bicycling at lactate threshold is reliable between sessions - Intensity and duration threshold for aerobic exercise-induced analgesia to pressure pain - Exercise-Induced Hypoalgesia After Isometric Wall Squat Exercise: A Test-Retest Reliability Study - Sex-Dependent Components of the Analgesia Produced by Athletic Competition - Changes in Pain Perception and Descending Inhibitory Controls Start at Middle Age in Healthy Adults - Effects of Mirthful Laughter on Pain Tolerance: A Randomized Controlled Investigation - Does Manual Lymphatic Drainage Have Any Effect on Pain Threshold and Tolerance of Different Body Parts? -------------------------------------------- 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/gE2yPYZ15ew 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
Hot inflation numbers are turning up the pressure on the Fed, and raising questions about the speed of its taper. We'll look at just how far behind the curve they might be. Plus, it's no secret that auto prices have been soaring. We'll ask the CEO of CarGurus if there are any signs it's improving. And, in today's Earnings Exchange: we'll give you the action, the story and the trade in Lordstown Motors, Blink Charging & Warby Parker.
Jeff Ward's experience, insight, and unique perspective on football is always in demand. The audience starves for his fearless, agenda-free, and irreverent take on the teams and storylines that matter most. Now, fans can get a steady diet of his football knowledge with regular segments titled “Six Minutes of Football." Follow The Jeff Ward Show on social media: Twitter Instagram Facebook Jeff Ward is a highly decorated former NCAA football player with extensive ties to the University of Texas. He's been nominated as an Outstanding Young Texas Ex, and while a student at The University of Texas, he was a four-year Letterman in football, a football team captain, a member of the Athletics Director's Academic Honor Roll, a three-time all-conference football player, and a two-time All-American football player. He's among the top five all-time leading scorers at The University of Texas, and he's the NCAA record holder for game-winning field goals. He was selected in the 1988 NFL Draft to play football professionally. The podcast market is oversaturated with NCAA and NFL football content but with Jeff, you get the educated perspective of someone who's lived it. Jeff has been appearing on both national news and local (Texas-based) news platforms to discuss sports, politics and economics for over 20 years. Jeff's time at The University of Texas provided him with knowledge of worldwide economics, marketing strategies and the economics of sports, particularly with NCAA Football. With the NCAA always finding itself involved in hot-button issues, Jeff Ward explains what's going on behind the scenes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
My guest today is Claire Bartholic, also known as The Planted Runner, a Running, Nutrition, and Mindset Coach, as well as the Host of ‘The Run to the Top Podcast' -one of the leading running podcasts in the world and a top podcast in the entire world! Although, Coach Claire wasn't always a runner. She started running in her mid-30s simply to get in shape for her high school reunion. It wasn't about getting faster or racing; it was, to be honest, mainly about vanity. But something changed in her as the miles slowly added up. The reunion came and went and she kept running. Already plant based, she finished her first marathon at age 38 in a respectable 4:02 and was immediately hooked. She became a student of the marathon using Jeff Gaudette's training philosophy and RunnersConnect coaching. With dedicated coaching and training, she successfully lowered her marathon PR to 2:58, remarkably without injury, and entirely plant-based. Claire is a multiple-time Boston Marathon qualifier, state Master's Marathon Champion, and a competitive Master's athlete. As a coach, she has led hundreds of athletes to the best performances of their lives through science-based training, nutrition, and mindset programs. Claire is also the host of one of the first and most popular running podcasts, The Run to the Top. With over 6 million downloads, thousands of runners listen to Claire interview the best in the sport each week as well as learn actionable lessons to become a better runner each episode! What you'll hear in this episode… *Claire's story of how she got started & that running sucked for a long time before it became enjoyable. -Get tips if this is you on how to keep moving forward through the suck! *How to get started as a beginner running & how to uplevel your running as an athlete *What to do for the ‘bad days' or days you don't feel like working out or going out for your run *Some tips & tools to get through the first 3-4 weeks of starting to move your body & 90 days *The difference it made to have a community & support along the journey *What a difference running makes in all areas of Claire's life - destressing, her own solo time, mental health, and more. *Her favorite plant based cooking book & a simple way to start eating healthier! *Her best advice *And SO many more golden nuggets & inspiration to stay moving consistently! Get your FREE download from Claire: ‘The Ultimate Guide to Fueling as a Runner - before, during, and after your runs.' www.theplantedrunner.com/join Find Claire on IG @theplantedrunner and tune into The Run to the Top Podcast for more juicy tips and inspiration!
In this week's episode of the Jackson Hole Connection, Stephan visits with Bob Shervin. Bob is a grandfather, entrepreneur, former mayor of Jackson, former county commissioner, the founder of Shervin's Independent Oil, and a born and bred Jackson local. In this episode, Bob shares the history of his family lineage and the story of when he was born back in 1933. He talks about what it was like growing up in Jackson in the 40s and how isolating the winters could be. Bob reminisces about his time working in Big Piney and how a scuffle almost led to his demise. He goes into how he met his wife, moved back to Jackson, and eventually started Shervin's Independent Oil. Stephan and Bob discuss all the changes that have happened in Jackson since the 30s and what Bob accomplished when he was mayor and county commissioner. This week's episode is supported in part by Teton County Solid Waste and Recycling reminding you to reduce, reuse, recycle, and compost. Avoid single-use products whenever possible, and remember to bring your reusable bags with you while shopping. More athttps://www.roadtozerowastejh.org/ ( RoadtoZeroWasteJH.org) or athttps://www.instagram.com/roadtozerowaste.jh ( @RoadToZeroWaste.JH on Instagram) Support also comes from The Jackson Hole Marketplace. The Deli at Jackson Hole Marketplace offers ready-made soups, sandwiches, breakfast burritos, and hot lunch specials. More at http://jhmarketplace.com/ (JHMarketplace.com) Want to be a guest on The Jackson Hole Connection? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Marketing and editing support byhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelmoeri ( Michael Moeri) (http://michaelmoeri.com (michaelmoeri.com)).
“I see so much potential and opportunity for women entrepreneurs, and I'm just passionate about supporting women, who the research shows, women entrepreneurs tend to be undersupported.” -Erin Joy Today's guest is Erin Joy, CEO at Black Dress Circle and Fuel to Fire, where she works with women entrepreneurs to help launch and grow their businesses. Erin Joy has twenty-five years of experience as a self-employed entrepreneur and is finishing her PhD in Business Psychology. In this episode, Erin sits down with the team to discuss her journey of personal growth, the importance of supporting female entrepreneurs, the intersection of well-being and success, and much more!
You can be the person you have dreamt of becoming. Join your host Rodney Flowers as he talks with Russ Yeager on developing a strong and positive mindset to achieve your goals and reach success. Do you want to stay fit? Then you have to program your mind to do it. In this episode, Russ emphasizes that he enjoys what he eats 20% of the time but still maintains the right physique and fitness. Russ Yeager is one of the top Body and Business Coaches in the world. Bodybuilding is not just all about having a good body shape and toned muscles; but it is also building your mind. You have to condition your mind to continue being motivated and to continue what you are doing to reach the change you want for yourself eventually. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! http://rodneyflowers.com/
2nd part to habit hiccups! We'll dive a bit deeper into our habits - forming new ones and ditching old ones!Book with 4-week self-guided lifestyle program:https://wayoflifenutrition.com/product/b2ps-fueling-on-purpose-workbook-self-guided-lifestyle-program/Fueling on Purpose Book - buy here to save on shipping:https://wayoflifenutrition.com/product/b2ps-fueling-on-purpose-workbook/Our book on Amazon:Fueling on Purpose: Shifting Perspectives Around Nutrition, Movement, & Health https://www.amazon.com/dp/0578792702/ref=cm_sw_r_awdo_navT_a_SQ0MGYXZC42DTXZDG4Y2
The Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Lauren, Consultant Chris and Producer of the show Director SP discuss the Marvel screen related news of the week and some audience feedback. The Team debriefs you on how Consultant Chris is able to get a letter of recommendation from an Avenger, how Bill Murray could just party right on to any active filming set, how good Albert Einstein was at math, Disney's inclusion stance in parts of the world, how film review bombing is a failed tactic, why Chris does not care about the PlayStation 5 Marvel games, all the Disney+ Day Trailer hype, which Legends of SHIELD host would give Kate Bishop a run for her money, how a great cast might not be able to save Morbius, and a spoiler free mini review of the 2021 film Dune. Stay tuned after the credits for a few minutes of Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. bonus audio. THIS TIME ON LEGENDS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.: Weekly Marvel News Preparing ourselves by watching a Disney+ Day Trailer Discussing yet another Hawkeye 30 second trailer with a new character Fueling up on some pre Ant-Man and Eternals stories Your Feedback Your input on where you will be watching Eternals WEEKLY MARVEL SCREEN RELATED NEWS [3:48] TOP NEWS STORY OF THE WEEK Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is scheduled to premiere on September 3rd, 2021. Eternals is scheduled to premiere on November 5th, 2021. Disney+ Day on November 12th, 2021 including streaming premiere for Shang-Chi Hawkeye is scheduled to premiere on November 24th, 2021. There will be 6 episodes … I think. Spider-Man: No Way Home is scheduled to premiere on December 17th, 2021. Ms Marvel is supposed to premiere late in 2021 on Disney+ but no date has been announced. Moon Knight is supposed to premiere late in 2022 on Disney+ but no date has been announced. She-Hulk is supposed to premiere late in 2022 on Disney+ but no date has been announced. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (Mar 25th 2022?) Secret Invasion is in development for release on Disney+ but no date has been announced. Ironheart is in development for release on Disney+ but no date has been announced. Thor: Love and Thunder (May 6th, 2022) Armor Wars is in development for release on Disney+ but no date has been announced. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (July 8th, 2022) https://comicbook.com/marvel/amp/news/black-panther-riri-williams-ironheart-mcu-debut-dominique-thorne/ Echo is in development for release on Disney+ but no date has been announced. An untitled Wakanda series is in development for release on Disney+ but no date has been announced. The Marvels (November 11th, 2022) Also, we know there will be a Loki season two at some point. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (February 17th, 2023) Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (May 5th, 2023) Fantastic Four (???) I Am Groot is in development for release on Disney+ but no date has been announced. I've heard this will be a holiday special. Untitled (February 16th, 2024) Untitled (May 3rd, 2024) Untitled (July 26th, 2024) Untitled (November 8th, 2024) List of MCU films in production without premiere dates Fantastic Four Deadpool 3 Blade Avengers-Level Team up to end the phase (not confirmed in development) Could be linked to Russo Brothers story from last week Captain America Sequel Possible X-Men Projects that have NOT been announced yet Young Avengers MCU – MARVEL STUDIOS [3:48] Bill Murray on Ant-Man Rumors, The French Dispatch & Barging in on David Letterman's Doc Appointment https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZ1UKE8K7dM https://www.cbr.com/bill-murray-ant-man-3-mystery-role-comment/?utm_content=buffer7e99b&utm_medium=Social-Distribution&utm_source=CBR-TW&utm_campaign=CBR-TW While promoting his upcoming movie The French Dispatch on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Murray "answered" some of Kimmel's questions about his involvement in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. After Kimmel detailed Murray's prior comments on joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the host asked plainly "Are you in the Ant-Man movie?" Murray dodged the subject by mentioning all the people that ARE confirmed for the movie, but that he isn't at liberty to talk about himself. On Kimmel, Murray poked fun at his past press experiences by only answering Jimmy's questions after speaking through a pair of his own translators. The convoluted conversation left Jimmy laughing throughout its entirely. When he finally answered Kimmel's question about a possible MCU appearance, Murray said "I am not at liberty to talk about it," before turning to his translators and saying "But we can talk about it when we eat dinner." Another new addition to the cast of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is Jonathan Majors, who will be playing Kang the Conqueror. Majors originally appeared in the Disney+ series Loki playing a variant of Kang that created the TVA, "He Who Remains." However, that version of Kang suffered an untimely end, raising questions about what Majors' appearance in Quantumania will entail. [7:21] Marvel Reveals Ant-Man's Official MCU Timeline https://www.instagram.com/p/CVvJXZMIRen/ Marvel Studios has shared an official graphic chronicling Ant-Man's journey through the Marvel Cinematic Universe thus far. On Instagram, the official Marvel UK account posted a timeline recounting all of Scott Lang/Ant-Man's MCU appearances in chronological order. What makes this timeline … is that it also charts Scott's size throughout each film. The timeline uses Scott's normal size as a baseline, with the line on the graph dipping every time he used the Ant-Man suit to shrink and, eventually, climbing significantly when he used the suit to grow and become Giant-Man -- a feat he first accomplished in Civil War. The line reaches its absolute lowest points whenever Scott visits the Quantum Realm, which he did in Ant-Man, Ant-Man and the Wasp and multiple times in Endgame. Meanwhile, it reaches an all-time high during his biggest foray as Giant-Man to date, which took place during Endgame's climactic final battle. Inside Einstein's Mind https://video.vermontpbs.org/video/nova-inside-einsteins-mind/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfSMcDqnh00 The BBC version of "Inside Einstein's Mind" is the YouTube link. The PBS voiceover version is better but the BBC version is free on YouTube. The comment about Einstein's math abilities is at 23:02 and 29:00. His breakthrough is at 32:05 which was, ironically based on math equations, and is not e = mc^2 although that is the common vernacular. [13:05] ‘Eternals' Pulled From Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Kuwait in Apparent Ban https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movies/movie-news/eternals-banned-saudi-arabia-qatar-kuwait-1235042241/ The all-star superhero film, which was due for release across the Gulf region on Nov. 11, is understood to have been met with a series of edit requests by the local censors, edits that THR has heard Disney was not willing to make. The news emerged on Thursday, with Eternals having quietly been removed from websites in each of those countries. In the United Arab Emirates, however, the film is still listed as among the titles coming soon. Sources suggest the decision was likely made over the inclusion of a same-sex couple in the film and the MCU's first gay superhero. In one scene, the character, Phastos (played by Brian Tyree Henry), and his on-screen husband, Ben (Haaz Sleiman), share a passionate kiss. Homosexuality is still officially illegal across the Gulf, and films containing anything related to LGBTQ issues are frequently pulled from release. Last year, the Pixar title Onward was banned across Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and Saudi Arabia over a single line referencing a lesbian relationship [16:11] Eternals Review Bomb Proves Marvel is On the Right Track https://screenrant.com/eternals-movie-review-bomb-marvel-good-future-representation/ Review bombing is the practice of a subgroup of people providing a huge number of negative reviews to a movie before it has been released in an attempt to make producers think that public opinion is against them. Of the over 400 1-star reviews, many of them reference the fact that the movie includes LGBTQ+ representation and an on-screen gay kiss. Kumail Nanjiani, who plays Kingo in Eternals, tweeted in response to the Eternals review bomb to say, “Looks like we're upsetting the right people.” Chloe Zhao has said that she is hopeful that Marvel Studios will not allow the movie to be censored for overseas audiences. By including Phastos as a gay superhero and weathering the Eternals review bomb by standing behind the film, Disney and Marvel are putting their money where their mouth is on their repeated claims to want to introduce more diverse characters. Video Games [22:35] https://www.superherohype.com/video-games/507350-spider-man-comes-to-marvels-avengers-later-this-month That Avengers game everyone loves to hate on will be getting Spidey on 30 Nov. Disney+ [24:49] Celebrating Two Years | Disney+ Day | Disney+ https://youtu.be/PAnhkop5UqM Trailer to Disney+ Day [26:37] NEW HAWKEYE TRAILER: Friends Partners | Marvel Studios' Hawkeye | Disney+ (30 sec) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_8Xvb-Dyjyw https://www.cbr.com/hawkeye-disney-plus-kate-bishop-mother-promo/ Marvel Studios released a new promo for Hawkeye on Disney+ that offers up a new look at Kate Bishop's mom, one of the series' potential villains. In the source material, Eleonor Bishop is Kate's long-lost mother. It was thought that she died when Kate was a child, only for it to later be revealed in Kelly Thompson and Leonardo Romero's Hawkeye run that she had survived and begun financing criminal activities. Eleonor's activities ended up bringing her into the crosshairs of Kate, as the younger Hawkeye was pursuing her longtime foe, Madame Masque, who was under Eleanor's employ. With rumors swirling that Madame Masque will be featured in Hawkeye, Farmiga's heel turn may have been hidden in plain sight. MCU – Non-Marvel Studios [30:20] https://www.superherohype.com/movies/507192-the-morbius-trailer-sees-jared-leto-fully-entering-sonys-spider-verse Morbius trailer has come out. It looks bad. Hopefully it's just bad early CGI. It will never be better than the Morbius arc of the animated series. FEEDBACK [32:07] https://twitter.com/LegendsofSHIELD/status/1455922296586051586 OUTRO [37:13] We would love to hear back from you! Call the voicemail line at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871. Join Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. next time as the hosts discuss an all Marvel news podcast. You can listen in live when we record Thursday Evenings at 8:00 PM Eastern time at Geeks.live. Contact Info: Please see http://www.legendsofshield.com for all of our contact information or call our voicemail line at 1-844-THE-BUS1 or 844-843-2871 Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. 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Will the gas station as we know it disappear in the next decade? Justin and Lance answer this question and discuss how the natural gas shortage will affect your life. tags: justin weller, lance jackson, green, energy, oil, natural gas, heating cooling, winter, politics, economy, electric car, solar, gas stations, charging, fueling
When South Africa's cricket team took to the pitch last week, one player was missing. Quinton de Kock refused to play, after the players were told they must ‘take the knee'. Sports teams around the world have adopted the gesture to take a stand against racism. The former captain has since apologised and took the knee at the next match. He explained that he was initially unhappy at being ordered to make the gesture…and at short notice. But his hesitancy has fuelled debates about racism in South Africa, more than 25 years after the end of apartheid. So, should players be forced to take the knee? #AfricaDaily Host: Mpho Lakaje (@mpholakaje) Guests: Mahlatse Mahlase (@hlatseentle) Lawson Naidoo (@lawsonnaidoo) Hermann Pretorius
U of Oregon Article: https://www.oregonlive.com/trackandfield/2021/10/women-athletes-allege-body-shaming-within-oregon-ducks-track-and-field-program.html Body composition of elite athletes: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/036354658301100604?url_ver=Z39.88-2003&rfr_id=ori%3Arid%3Acrossref.org&rfr_dat=cr_pub++0pubmed& Overtraining or Relative energy deficiency? https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34181189/ Athlete triad in female and male ultrarunners https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34232162/ Position stance and overview of RED-S: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7146210/
How does a division 1 linebacker fuel his performance on a vegan diet? That's exactly what we set out to discover in this interview with John Petrishen, Pitt football star who began experimenting with a vegan diet in the early days of lockdown. Through close attention to his nutrition, along with consulting with numerous nutrition experts, Johnny played his greatest season yet, and it's far from over! Follow along as we hear Johnny's story and break down from a scientific perspective how his vegan diet may have become the secret weapon to this talented athlete's victorious season. Disclaimer: Like it says in our name, we believe in a "case specific" approach to nutrition. While a carefully supervised vegan diet turned out to be a great choice for Johnny, you should work with a dietitian to figure out what kind of diet is best for you and your unique needs :) Make sure to subscribe for more engaging interview and nutrition advice!
This is actually a positive vibe, but we know Halloween can kick off the “excuse period” for a lot of athletes. Candy around the house, Thanksgiving feasts and Christmas parties, and a “we'll start later” attitude. Life is hard enough without what we've been doing through the last year and this holidays only make it harder. Today we talk about energy, vibration, guilt, shame and how to beat the vicious circles to keep moving the right direction. You don't have to nail every single workout… you just need to move and connect. Topics: Halloween Sugar Sedentary lifestyle The excuses started yesterday Excess and football and the couch Mental and Physical Health during the Holidays Flex Plans Regression and Depression Traps Isolation Low-Level Angst Rejuvenating in November and December Hibernation should be functional A different kind of energy Fueling your Soul December Rules Guilt Battles over one missed session The coaching partnership Vicious circles of suck Being selective with your time Stretching yourself too thin No strength or energy left --------------- Coach Mike is accepting full-time athletes. Please check out the benefits of Customized Weekly Coaching here or contact Mike directly at: CrushingIron@gmail.com Registration is still open for the C26 Club Training Program. Take the worry and stress out of your next year of planning, recovering, taper, etc. The Club membership is good for 12 months from sign up. For more information, please visit www.C26Triathlon.com/the-c26-club Looking for a swim analysis, personalized zones for training, and an awesome experience? Check out our New C26 Hub Training Center in Chattanooga. C26 Gear is now available (for a limited time) at www.c26triathlon.com/c26-store A great way to support the podcast! Looking for an awesome coach? Former Professional triathlete, Jessica Jacobs is now coaching for C26 Triathlon. Check out her bio and contact information at our Coaching Page on C26Triathlon.com Big Shout out to podcast listener and Wordpress designer Bobby Hughes for helping get the new c26triathlon.com off the ground. If you like what you see and may need a website, check out Bobby's work at https://hughesdesign.co/ You can also slide by www.crushingiron.com which is now the official blog page for the podcast. Community and coaching information are at www.c26triathlon.com Our 2020 C26 Camps are sold out (other than swim camp) Find out more on our Camps Page. If you'd like to support the Crushing Iron Podcast, hit up our Pledge Page and help us keep this podcast on the rails. Thanks in advance! Are you thinking about raising your game or getting started in triathlon with a coach? Check out our Crushing Iron Coaching Philosophy Video Please subscribe and rate Crushing Iron on YouTube and iTunes. For information on the C26 Coach's Eye custom swim analysis, coaching, or training camps email: C26Coach@gmail.com Facebook: CrushingIron YouTube: Crushing Iron Twitter: CrushingIron Instagram: C26_Triathlon www.c26triathlon.com Mike Tarrolly - email@example.com Robbie Bruce - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sergey Young believes that we are on the brink of a health revolution. There are new technologies and scientific discoveries being presented every day that make it possible to reverse the effects of aging on the body and treat previously incurable diseases. It's always been thought that life extension was the domain of the rich – only those in the top 1% could afford the practices available, so how practical is it really? Sergey's aim and mission in life is to make this technology affordable and accessible to everyone, and to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to live to the ripe old age of 200. In This Conversation We Cover: [01:58] How Sergey decided on the goal of extending life to 200 years [06:28] How we are going to break the lifespan barrier [10:06] Longevity supplements and wearables [18:13] When it comes to lifespan, how long is “long enough” [21:40] The way you think is the way you age [27:29] The role of balanced hormones in a long life [34:27] How our limiting beliefs affect our lifespan [39:14] The effect of your environment on longevity Resources: https://sergeyyoung.com/ (sergeyyoung.com) Read: https://sergeyyoung.com/book (The Science and Technology of Growing Young) Text "Dream Life" to 310- 388-9724 to get our FREE dream life course Mastermind: https://workhardplayhardpodcast.com/mastermind/ (workhardplayhardpodcast.com/mastermind) Connect with Rob on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robmurgatroyd/ (@robmurgatroyd) Connect with Kim on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kimmurgatroyd/ (@kimmurgatroyd) To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: https://workhardplayhardpodcast.com/ (workhardplayhardpodcast.com) Work Hard Play Hard is a production of http://crate.media (Crate Media)
Hydration and supplementation are two huge areas when it comes to doing an event and probably the more asked about part, even more macros. We already covered carbs, protein in fat in the previous parts so now we talk about hydration and supplementation for your endurance even fueling needs.
149. In Developing Healthy Eating Habits, host Will Moore sits down with Danielle Walker (@daniellewalker), to discuss how to fuel your body with nutrients that will enrich your life. Danielle breaks down what it means to have an autoimmune disease and use it to build your momentum and happiness. She also discusses the number one habit she is working on to keep it all going. This episode is great for anyone suffering from ulcerative colitis or chrones disease. What's your core score? Take the FREE Life Evaluator Quiz to see where you currently stand in your five cores: www.mooremomentum.com/free-li... Like and Subscribe! Are you ready to fire on all cylinders? If so, let's go! MORE ABOUT 5 CORE LIFE & WILL MOORE: My #1 mission in life is to help you become the best version of YOURself so you can, in turn, pay it forward to make the world the best version of ITself. WHAT'S YOUR CORE SCORE? Take the FREE Life Evaluator Quiz to see where you currently stand in your five cores: https://www.mooremomentum.com/free-life-evaluation Like and Subscribe! FIND ME ON FACEBOOK, IG or TWITTER: @mooremomentum JOIN MY FACEBOOK GROUP: 5 Core Life: Become an Entrepreneur in the Five Crucial Areas of Your Life ⬇️ https://www.facebook.com/groups/buildamilliondollarbiz/ SIGN UP FOR OUR WEEKLY BLOG AS WELL! www.mooremomentum.com/blog Danielle Walker Bio: Danielle Walker is a New York Times bestselling author (Against All Grain, Meals Made Simple, Celebrations, Eat What You Love, Food Saved Me) health advocate and self-trained chef. After being diagnosed with an autoimmune disease at age 22 and suffering for many years, Danielle found health through dietary and lifestyle changes. Inspired by her own health journey, Danielle shares her gluten-free recipes on her blog as a beacon of hope for others. Learn more at: https://daniellewalker.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/5corelife/message
How to PR your first Boston marathon may be something that sounds impossible! That is what our Healthy Runner coach Lu did for the 2021 Boston marathon! In this episode, coach Lu provides his reflective thoughts and lessons learned from his amazing feat, crushing a sub 3 hour marathon personal best during his first Boston marathon. Coach Lu talks about the following topics and so much more in this value packed episode: Race recap of the 2021 Boston marathon Why is the Boston marathon such an historic race What makes Boston special for so many runners How to BQ or qualify for the Boston marathon How to PR your first Boston The most fun race course with the “scream tunnel” and “heartbreak hill” Boston race preparation Fueling for Boston Boston race strategy Benefits of run coaching Strength training specific for the Boston course Want to work with Coach Lu to get a marathon PR or train for the 2022 Boston marathon? Grab your slot on my calendar here to see if you are a good fit for our brand new Healthy Runner Coaching program: https://calendly.com/duanescotticoaching/30-minute-strategy-session Resources mentioned in this Episode: 5 Minute Warm Up For Running: https://youtu.be/5cKxUUVeVVI Episode 72: What Pace Should I Run with Coach Lu https://sparkyourtraining.com/what-pace-should-i-run/ This Episode is brought to you by: Edge energy from UCAN. Edge is the first and only on-the-go training fuel powered by SuperStarch, putting you in the ideal performance state by keeping blood sugar stable. Learn more about how SuperStarch unlocks and sustains optimal output, reducing fatigue without spikes or crashes and is backed by science. We've got a special offer for you where you can save 20% by using the code HEALTHYRUNNER. Just head to: https://ucan.co and use the code HEALTHYRUNNER at checkout to save 20%! Tracer2 by Noxgear. The Tracer2 keeps you safe while you run by pairing powerful multi-color LED fiber optics with ultra-reflective 3M patterns and fluorescence. The Tracer2 maximizes your visibility through changing light, weather conditions, and in the glare of headlights. Learn more about this amazing product that has been recently re-engineered for a better fit, higher visibility, more color modes and twice the LEDs for your brightest move yet. Just head to: https://noxgear.com and use the code HEALTHYRUNNER at checkout to save 35%! Connect with Coach Lu: Facebook: Lufeng Zou Healthy Runner Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/HealthyRunnerGroup/ Instagram: @lucio_run_fitness *If you're enjoying the podcast and want to show your support, please write a brief review on Apple Podcasts. It only takes a minute and will help new listeners to discover the show. Want step by step instructions on how easy it is to leave a review? Click here to get my instructions on how to leave a review! Thank you in advance for your consideration! Subscribe, listen, and review: Subscribe to the Healthy Runner podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, iHeart Radio, and Amazon Music/ Alexa. Stream this episode in your browser
School board races are usually quiet contests centered around local issues like budgets. But this year, many of these boards are engulfed in nationalized, cultural hot-button fights over issues like mask mandates and teaching critical race theory. Anger at school boards has resulted in heated meetings and threats of violence -- and federal intervention. Judy Woodruff reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
You don't have to look very hard to see the ‘clean eating' message all over social media and the internet. While I believe the intention of this movement isn't to create harm, it is problematic in so many more ways that people understand. Key Takeaways If You Want To Stop Making Low Energy Food Swaps, You Should: Put work into unlearning what you have been taught about food and fueling Stop making low energy food substitutions and start fueling for your activity level and volume Join the Group Strength Nutrition Program to explore the 4 Keys of Fueling Your Strength Why ‘Clean Eating' May Not Be for You If you are an active person and are not fueling your body with the energy needed to complete your chosen activity, you are doing a disservice to your body. Creating an energy deficit for yourself can happen easily when you are not giving your body the carbohydrates and fats it needs to perform at peak capacity. While nobody is saying that vegetables are bad, it takes more than just vegetables to fuel your body the way it requires. Figuring out the right combination of foods that work for you is the only way to fuel your body the way it should be fueled. Fuelling Your Body the Right Way By being mindful of the old habits that you are still engaging with, you can start to change your mindset and routine to eat in relation to the intensity and volume of your training. The good news is there is a middle ground to develop awareness, a framework, best practices, and science-based information to fuel yourself for your activity in a way that does not consume your whole life. It doesn't need to be complicated; it just takes some learning and unlearning to see the results you have been looking for. Are you ready to stop counting calories and start eating in a way that is both healthy, but also non-restrictive? Share how you are working to fuel your body the right way for you with me in the comments on the episode page. In This Episode Examples of low energy food substitutions that you may be making without even realizing it (5:52) How ‘clean eating' and other food trends could be disrupting your strength training (9:21) Why you need more than just vegetables when fueling your activity levels and energy (14:30) Learn my personal story with fueling in relation to my intensity and volume of training (19:05) What to do if you are ready to walk away from macro counting (25:43) Quotes “This is a very common issue that is facing people who are active and working out and lifting weights and challenging themselves and asking their bodies to do fun and hard things. And it really has to do with an element of fueling and energy intake that not a lot of people talk about or are aware of.” (2:49) “You don't intend to do these low energy substitutions or really low carb substitutions, but it is kind of a holdover from your old habits and ways of looking at food.” (11:31) “Vegetables are not bad, vegetables are amazing. Fibre, nutrients, vitamins, minerals, delicious! But they are usually much lower in energy.” (16:40) “I went on to be on a team at CrossFit Regionals in 2013 and really had one of what I would consider the Top 5 athletic performances of my life; it was amazing. It was such night and day contrast from where I had been just a few months earlier because I really started to eat enough, and I didn't go out and count every single thing I was eating.” (24:38) “I want you to experience how amazing it feels, how powerful and strong and badass you feel when you are properly fueled up and recovered, and you can go out there and do hard things.” (30:26) Featured on the Show Join the Group Strength Nutrition Unlocked Program Check out the full show notes here! Follow Steph on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Pinterest I'd really love it if you would take 1 min and leave us a rating and review on iTunes! Podcast production & marketing support by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes LTYB 352: Energy Flux and Fueling for Athletes with Jamie Scott LTYB 353: Fueling Best Practices for Active People with Jamie Scott LTYB 350: Are You Eating Enough? Low Energy Availability in Sport
Fueling series for your endurance event continues, this time with protein and fat. Protein is largely viewed as muscle building and recovery, but if you are in a multi hour event, you should still be getting protain. Then fat is the most overlooked or neglected macro nutrient so we go into why fat is needed and how to best use it.
I share my thoughts on what is going on in the world around us. There is chaos, fear, and an uncertain future as we grapple with a struggling nation. My objective is to add fuel to the fire in your heart or to feed that small ember to grow into an inferno. We were put here is this time, and in this place for a reason. I see an inferno growing that will stand together on a hill to shed light into the deepest darkest crevices and expose those lurking in the shadows that desire to taint and destroy all that is righteous, pure, and good. I touch on my book, the story of the emperor's new clothes, and the Game of Thrones series to illiterate what I see happening. I made a promise that PDL would never be a bitch-fest, or a show that solely shared info or opinions. This podcast is a consistent reminder that no one is coming to save you and that you need to focus on improving yourself so I wrap up the episode with the 4 As from my book these will help in the evaluation of where you are and where you should be heading. Assess- Honest evaluation Accept- Accept that evaluation as true, whether it is good or bad Adapt- Develop action plan based on the evaluation Advance- Move forward with the plan Hit the link below for links to https://hy.page/preparedefendlead
To learn more and apply to work one-on-one with Rachel, visit her website: https://www.metflexlife.com/ Join Rachel's weekly newsletter: https://www.metflexlife.com/newsletter In this episode, Rachel breaks down 10 common mistakes women make when trying to build muscle, signs that recovery needs to be prioritized, benefits of incorporating electrolytes daily, and how to practice the art of patience when it comes to building your best physique. “Building muscle takes a long time. It takes a lot of patience, it takes getting comfortable with the uncomfortable...and with that comes setting goals that are outside of aesthetics.” Top Takeaways: Telltale signs you might be doing too much or need to prioritize recovery Strategic ways to track biofeedback daily The minimum amount of months Rachel recommends devoting to a building phase Show Notes: [0:00] Welcome back to MetFlex and Chill! Today's episode is a solo chat about common mistakes women make when building muscle [0:30] Keto For Women, Muscle Science for Women, or check out all of Rachel's programs at www.metflexlife.com/programs [4:30] The next round of The Muscle Science for Women is opening soon! If you're interested in signing up for the waitlist check it out at www.metflexlife.com/msw [5:30] The first common mistake: not eating enough food to support muscle growth and recovery [7:00] “Fueling appropriately is not just about fueling yourself for your workout, but to make sure that you're fueling your body and your muscles so that they can repair and rebuild after you've worked out.” [8:00] Not fueling appropriately and not paying attention to the amount of sodium and electrolytes you're consuming, could hinder progress [9:00] The Second common mistake: Overworking and not giving your body and mind enough time to recover [13:30] “The ability to recover isn't just about rest days, it also has to do with what's going on in the rest of your life.” [17:30] The Third Common Mistake: Too much HIIT and circuit style training (i.e., Orange Theory, CrossFit, F45) [19:00] “You don't have to be dead on the floor in a sweat angel to know you've gotten a good workout.” [23:00] The Fourth Common Mistake: No structure, no progression, and not enough intensity [28:00] The Fifth Common Mistake: Not tracking your workouts or biofeedback [33:30] The Sixth Common Mistake: Not being patient! [36:00] Episode 104: 8-Month Building Phase Results & Plan For Next Cut, Episode 45: The Science of Body Recomposition with Dr. Bill Campbell, Episode 125: The Protein to Energy Ratio with Dr. Ted Naiman [36:30] “Building muscle takes a long time. It takes a lot of patience, it takes getting comfortable with the uncomfortable...and with that comes setting goals that are outside of aesthetics.” [39:00] The Seventh Common Mistake: Not being consistent [41:00] The Eighth Common Mistake: Scared to see the scale go up [42:30] The Ninth Common Mistake: Letting body image and body dysmorphia consume your mindset [44:30] If you're interested in working with Rachel one-on-one check out www.metflexlife.com/apply [44:30] www.metflexlife.com/programs [45:00] The Tenth Common Mistake: Letting your ego run the show [49:30] If you want to reach out to Rachel connect with her on Instagram @rachelgregory.cns or email her at email@example.com [50:00] Thanks for listening to another episode! 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THINGS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: If you're interested in working with Rachel one-on-one check out www.metflexlife.com/apply The next round of The Muscle Science for Women is opening soon! If you're interested in signing up for the waitlist check it out at www.metflexlife.com/msw --- Join the FREE MetFLex Life Course: www.metflexandchill.com Rachel Gregory (@rachelgregory.cns) is a Board-Certified Nutrition Specialist, Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and Author of the best-selling book, 21-Day Ketogenic Diet Weight Loss Challenge. She received her Master's Degree in Nutrition & Exercise Physiology from James Madison University and Bachelor's Degree in Sports Medicine from the University of Miami. Rachel helps her clients transform their lives by starting with the physical (body), realizing the power of the mental (mindset), and ultimately gaining massive confidence that bleeds into every aspect of their lives (family, relationships, work, etc.).
In Part 3 of the Purple Patch series on performance nutrition, Matt Dixon, along with leading performance nutritionist, Scott Tindal, lift the veil on nutrition and fueling with nutrition case studies around real-life Purple Patch athletes. The goal for all? To frame a smarter common-sense approach to nutrition and fueling in order to build a long-term platform of health and resilience. This final case study is centered around the elite amateur triathlete, Andy Williams. Like many triathletes, Andy is seeking top-level performance in all areas of his life, with his primary goal being an IRONMAN World Championship qualification. His first few attempts had been disastrous, but all-too-common for many multisport athletes. He's gone from GI distress from overconsumption to bonking because of underconsumption. Like many, prior to working with Purple Patch and FuelIn, Andy didn't have a grasp on his eating and fueling habits. He didn't know his sweat rate, body composition, amount of fuel he should be taking in, and what types of food he should prioritize around training and racing. This led to confusion and paralysis, dangerous experimentation, frustration, and poor results relative to training potential. With the guidance of Scott and Matt, Andy developed strategies around: His Baseline numbers - knowing exactly where he was starting from and where he needed to be Repeated testing and nutrition practice in stressful training situations to mimic hard race conditions Hot Water Immersion and/or Sauna protocols for heat acclimation Better organization and specificity around his eating and nutrient timing for energy management, hunger control, and body composition. In this discovery process, Andy upskilled his knowledge, felt empowered and confident during races, and achieved his goal of qualifying for both the 70.3 and IRONMAN World Championships. This work included no voodoo science, no magic elixirs, and no secrets. As you'll hear, the only requirements were a massive desire to learn, organization around habits, and repetitively applying that knowledge. 0:00-04:05 Welcome and Episode Introduction 04:06-07:40 Squaddie Update - Upcoming Events include a Discussion with Inside Tracker, a Live IRONMAN Florida Course Overview, and a public webinar on the topic, "So You Want to Do Your First IRONMAN." All are encouraged to register at the links below 07:45-11:40 Word of the Week - "Strong" - Join Matt on his Strength Journey 11:45 Meat and Potatoes with Scott Tindal - Andy Williams and the Elite Amateur Triathlete Episode Resources This episode is sponsored by our new collaboration with INSIDE TRACKER. Inside Tracker and Purple Patch - Receive 25% off their services with code: PURPLEPATCHPRO25 Building Your Platform of Health - A Discussion with Inside Tracker - October 21st at 3:00 pm PST IRONMAN Florida - Course Overview and Insights - October 26th at 5:00 pm PST So, You Want to Do An IRONMAN? Live with Matt Dixon - November 16th at 5:00 pm PST Dial-in YOUR Fueling with Purple Patch Comprehensive Nutrition Programming FuelIn Programming Learn more about Purple Patch Fully Customized 1:1 Coaching Learn more about Purple Patch Squad High-Performance Training Program Learn more about Purple Patch Strength Programming Stay Up-to-Date with Purple Patch News and Events Purple Patch Upcoming Webinars and Events
Does your diet allow you to go to happy hour?! What about enjoying your kid's birthday party? Or weekend getaways with friends? Today we are on a search for science and sustainability in popular diet trends. A lot of the time, food is more than just fuel, it is a way to connect with friends, family, and yourself! It's important to take these things into consideration when establishing your own relationship with food. In this episode I am covering a framework that you can use to evaluate whatever diet it is that's trending to decide if it's something you actually want to do. I break down keto, intermittent fasting, detox and cleanses, and the vegan diet to see where they all fall on the sustainability spectrum. I also go over what actually happens to the body when we fall into yoyo dieting and how it may be more harmful to our health than carrying a few extra pounds. Lots of science and fun nutrition facts coming your way! For more in intermittent fasting be sure to check out this episode! References: (1) Golden, N. H., Schneider, M., & Wood, C. (2016). Preventing Obesity and Eating Disorders in Adolescents. Pediatrics, 138(3). doi:10.1542/peds.2016-1649 (2) The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) at Columbia University. Food for Thought: Substance Abuse and Eating Disorders. The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) Columbia University; New York: 2003 (3) Neumark-Sztainer, D. (2005). I'm, Like, SO Fat!. New York: Guilford (4) Golden, N. H., Schneider, M., & Wood, C. (2016). Preventing Obesity and Eating Disorders in Adolescents. Pediatrics, 138(3). doi:10.1542/peds.2016-1649 (5) Grodstein, F., Levine, R., Spencer, T., Colditz, G. A., &Stampfer, M. J. (1996). Three-year follow-up of participants in a commercial weight loss program: Can you keep it off? Archives of Internal Medicine 156(12), 1302. (6) Neumark-Sztainer D., Haines, J., Wall, M., & Eisenberg, M. ( 2007). Why does dieting predict weight gain in adolescents? Findings from project EAT-II: a 5-year longitudinal study. Journal of the American Dietetic Associatio, 107(3), 448-55 (7)Harvey K.L., Holcomb L. E., Kolwicz S. C. (2019). Ketogenic Diets and Exercise Performance. Nutrients. (11)2296. (8) Mattson M.P., Longo V.D., Harvie M. Impact of intermittent fasting on health and disease process. Aging ResRev. 2017 10 (39) 46-58. (9) Cho et al., 2016 (10) Sainsbury et al., 2018 (11) Rynders CA et al, 2019 (12) Dr. Stacy Sims “Roar: How to Match Food and Fitness to You Female Physiology for Optimum Performance, Great Health, and a Strong, Lean Body For Life.” (2016). (13) Tantamango-Bartley Y, Jaceldo-Siegl K, Fan J, Fraser G. Vegetarian diets and the incidence of cancer in a low-risk population. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. 2013;22(2):286-294. (14) Key TJ, Appleby PN, Crowe FL, Bradbury KE, Schmidt JA, Travis RC. Cancer in British vegetarians: updated analyses of 4998 incident cancers in a cohort of 32,491 meat eaters, 8612 fish eaters, 18,298 vegetarians, and 2246 vegans. Am J Clin Nutr. 2014;100(Supplement 1):378S-385S. (15) Hokin BD, Butler T. Cyanocobalamin (vitamin B-12) status in Seventh-day Adventist ministers in Australia. Am J Clin Nutr. 1999;70(3 Suppl):576S-578S. (16) Bardone-Cone AM, Fitzsimmons-Craft EE, Harney MB, et al. The inter-relationships between vegetarianism and eating disorders among females. J Acad Nutr Diet. 2012;112(8):1247–1252. (17) Fuhrman J., Ferreri DM. Fueling the Vegetarian (Vegan) Athlete. Curr. Sports Med. Rep., Vol. 9, No. 4, pp. 233Y241 (18) “Detoxes” and “Cleanses” : What You Need to Know. (n.d.) Retrieved June 26, 2020 from https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/detoxes-and-cleanses-what-you-need-to-know (19) CPR Monthly: Examining Popular Detix Diets- Today's Dietitians. (n.d.). Retrieved June 26, 2020, from https://www.todaysdietitian.com/newarchives/1016p52.shtml (20) Publishing, H (n.d.) The dubious practice of detox. Retrieved June 26, 2020, from https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/the-dubious-practice-of-detox (21) Makkapati, S., D'Agati, V. D., & Balsam, L. (2018). "Green Smoothie Cleanse" Causing Acute Oxalate Nephropathy. American journal of kidney diseases : the official journal of the National Kidney Foundation, 71(2), 281–286. https://doi.org/10.1053/j.ajkd.2017.08.002 (22) Jane E. Getting, PA-C., James R. Gregoire, MD (2018). Oxalate Nephropathy Due to ‘juicing': case report and review. The American Journal of Medicine. (23) Seidelmann SB., Claggett B., Cheng S., Henglin M., Shah A., Steffen LM., Folsom AR., Rimm EB,. Willett WC., Solomon SD. Dietary carbohydrate intake and mortality: a prospective cohort study and meta- analysis. Lancet Pub Health. 2018; 3(9):e419-e428.
We have a three part series we will be doing which is completely focused on endurance events. So if you have a spartan race, half/full marathon, etc on the books definitely check this out. We are taking one very large study and breaking it up into 3 episodes. This first part is all about carbohydrates.
Mike Gamson, CEO of Relativity, has joined the show this week to provide his take on leadership, sales, and the evolution of his career leading up to Relativity. Mike's path into becoming a CEO is a varied one and his diverse range of experiences has helped him hone in on essential insights, which he very humbly shares. With a background in liberal arts, Mike has an interesting story about how he became a leader in the world of sales and technology. It all began when he made the decision to move to Costa Rica after an epic surfing trip along the coasts of South America. At one point, he faced a crossroads and had to decide between staying in Costa Rica or going back home. He chose the former and opened his own burrito shop. Afterward, Mike served as Advent's head of product development, which set the stage for the rest of his career.In this episode, Mike walks through the transitions in his career and shares why he was initially hesitant to join LinkedIn. He also talks about the crucial leadership skills and values he gained at LinkedIn under Jeff Weiner's tutelage and dives into Relativity, Chicago's “best-kept secret,” and the exciting innovations that Relativity is bringing on board. In this episode, we cover: Mike's fascinating professional journey leading up to LinkedIn; from turning down Goldman Sachs to opening his own burrito shop in Costa Rica - and he and Joubin discover some of the striking similarities they share. (02:03) The evolution of Mike's role at LinkedIn - and what factored into his decision to come on as an individual contributor. (9:47) The challenges LinkedIn faced in its early stages, as leadership navigated the company's identity - and how the question, “what kind of leader do you aspire to be?” helped Mike tap into his core leadership principles. (15:37) Mike recounts moments when he was challenged to make decisions to preserve LinkedIn's values as he grew into his sales leadership role - and how Jeff Weiner's coaching gave him a more compassionate understanding of how to do business more broadly. (21:17) Why Relativity was the “best-kept secret in Chicago” - and why Mike feels passionate about leveraging tech companies to build ecosystems within their communities. (28:04) Mike's views on investing in companies full-time and how his love for learning plays a role in his decision - and more on his transition to CEO of Relativity and how he gained his footing. (33:37) A look at Mike's life as CEO: what he factors into his daily decisions, lessons learned, and his advice to those who are thinking of the next layer up job. (40:34) Mike elaborates on philosophies that he lives by, including his stance on hiring talent, why “yet” is the most powerful word in the English language, the power of being here by choice, and more. (45:21) Joubin and Mike discuss three important leadership traits - and the importance of asserting agency over your time to create a personal life harmony. (50:33) Links: Connect with Mike LinkedIn Relativity Connect with Joubin Twitter LinkedIn Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about Kleiner Perkins
Meet Elizabeth Tiam-Fook...she's so special to host Becky Hennesy that she's the first repeat guest on Becky's world of podcasting! (See Season 1, Episode 12).As a Spirit-filled prophet, a pioneer and a reformer, Elizabeth shares her unquenchable and contagious passion to see genuine societal reformation for Christ and His Kingdom. Becky sits down with Elizabeth and they waste no time unpacking a treasure chest of wisdom for all those seeking to be an agent of authentic change in their community.Throughout their conversation they discuss the first ever Reformers Collective Conference on Oct 18-19 at Trinity Church in Cedar Hill, Texas. Click here for details and registration information.Elizabeth helps listeners learn how to identify if they have a spirit of a reformer residing inside them...and how to activate that anointing. Becky shares a story about David Wilkerson, who is her "reformers role model" and why his call to action has so deeply impacted her life. The Reformers Collective podcast is part of the expanding Charisma Podcast Network (CPN). Click here to visit the CPN main page. While at CPN, look for additional Reformers Collective resources such as Becky's blog articles on the topic of reformation.
Hi Beauties! In this weeks episode of 5 Minute Friday, I will be talking about the most powerful anti-aging weapon that we have...Antioxidants!! They offer up numerous health benefits but are best-known for their ability to nurture cells and fight against potentially harmful diseases. Fueling the body with antioxidants helps to hinder the process that activates free radicals that develops these harmful diseases. I love informing my Beauty Bytes with information! Have a question or something you'd like covered on the podcast? Send me a DM or email email@example.com! Click HERE to follow me on Instagram Click HERE to purchase KD Skincare Click HERE to listen to more podcasts
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Fueling Yourself on A Rocket With The "Blooprint" to Success with Mike C-Roc CiorroccoMike "C-Roc" Ciorrocco joins Shawn and Lacey for a talk that will get you FIRED UP to live out your mission, your why, and to your fullest potential. As a founder of Blooprinted, Mike shares his rules for success and how his high level of transparency is inspiring others to do the same!Bomb Drop Moments:4:00 - The Journey To Success is Always Invisible10:00 - Put Things In Your Tank, Not Your Trunk12:00 - We Don't Know What We Don't Know16:00 - What is Your Mission, Your Why?17:30 - I Used To Be Like a Ford Focus...20:45 - Create A Model That Attracts People25:30 - Lego Building Analogy for Blooprinted27:30 - What is Blooprinted?37:15 - The Hater CycleMike "C-Roc" Ciorrocco is the Co-Founder of Blooprinted, best-selling Author of ROCKET FUEL Convert Setbacks. Become Unstoppable and the powerhouse behind the "What Are You Made Of?" podcast.He has been featured by Yahoo! Finance as one of the Top Business Leaders to Follow in 2020 and is on a mission to build people. He is driven to inspire others and he measures his success on how he is able to help others achieve greatness. C-Roc had a fire lit in him at an early age. That fire has ignited him with a fierce desire to compel people to see the greatness inside themselves using past life events to fuel their fire.Connect with C-Rochttps://mikecroc.com/https://www.instagram.com/mikeycroc/https://www.facebook.com/mikeciorroccohttps://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-ciorrocco/https://twitter.com/mikeycrochttps://www.youtube.com/c/MikeCRocCiorroccoMake sure you check out Mike's Book ROCKET FUEL:https://www.amazon.com/Rocket-Fuel-Mike-C-Roc-Ciorrocco/dp/1087911699If you enjoyed this episode give it a like, share, subscribe, and a review!Join the #1 Community for Service Professionals and Entrepreneurs: www.blackdiamondclub.com
ESI of ESI Money talks about how to fuel your net worth with investing Episode 1671: Invest Overview - Fueling Your Net Worth by ESI Money on The Keys and Stages To Investment Success ESI Money is written by "ESI", a 50-something retiree. The site is basically a list of what's allowed him to become financially independent and how you can implement those successes in your life. His philosophy is simple and focuses on doing three simple things to achieve financial independence: earn, save, invest. There's a bit more to it than that, of course, but if you can concentrate on these three areas, they will get you at least 90% of the way there. The original post is located here: https://esimoney.com/invest-overview-fueling-your-net-worth/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily