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GAA on Off The Ball
GAA Quick Picks: Backing against Limerick hurlers | Massive football ties

GAA on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 26:27


Adrian Barry, Eoin Sheahan & Will O'Callaghan look ahead to the weekend's GAA action. With Gillette | #EffortlessFlow

The Throw-In
Philly McMahon's Throw-In: The truth about Dublin dominance - and it's not finances or population

The Throw-In

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 32:20


As Dublin and Meath prepare to face each other in Sunday's Leinster semi-final, Meath boss Andy McEntee has previously suggested that splitting Dublin is something that has to be considered to counter the Dubs dominance in Leinster and the Football Championship in general. On this week's Throw-In with Philly McMahon, Philly and the Irish Independent's Conor McKeon, set out to counter the argument that says population size or finances have anything to do with the Dublin GAA's superiority over the last decade – despite what Colm Cooper has said about things reaching a tipping point. Join Philly McMahon on the Throw-In every Thursday where he gives his take on the Football Championship while every Monday the Irish Independent's team of sports writers and former players, including John Mullane, Eddie Brennan, Ciarán Whelan and Dick Clerkin bring you the best insights and analysis from all the weekend GAA action. Listen and follow on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from. For more visit the show page at: www.independent.ie/podcasts/the-throw-in/

GAA on Off The Ball
The life of a GAA fourth official - Referee Maggie Farrelly explains the chaos of officiating GAA

GAA on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 10:48


GAA Referee Maggie Farrelly joins OTB AM to discuss the role and responsibilities of a GAA fourth official. With Gillette | #EffortlessFlow

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast
Using ROVs On Vessels and Farms With Cody Warner of Deep Trekker

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 42:56


Links:Visit  Deep Trekker's WebsiteConnect with Deep Trekker on LinkedInFollow Deep Trekker on Twitter!Check out our new website!: https://www.globalseafood.org/podcastFollow us on social media!Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | InstagramShare your sustainability tips with us podcast@globalseafood.org or leave us a voicemail at +1 (603) 384-3560!If you want to be more involved in the work that we do, become a member of the Global Seafood Alliance: https://www.globalseafood.org/membership/

Galway Bay FM - Sports
PODCAST: Over The Line EXTRA – EP14

Galway Bay FM - Sports

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 38:16


00:00 mins In hurling, former Galway Coach Francis Forde, who is now part of Cheddar Plunkett's coaching set up with Laois, looks forward to the clash with Galway this weekend. He also chats about the Leinster Championship to date, the difficulties faced by Laois, the success of the Laois minors and the structure of the Leinster U20 championship that sees the likes of Laois and Galway only get one game. 21:41 mins In football Ollie Turner chats to former Galway footballer Diarmuid Blake about the upcoming Connacht Final against Roscommon and how the GAA split season is going so far for club footballers.

The Throw-In
Kerry pull away, Tipp defiant and Conal Keaney on the Dubs

The Throw-In

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 49:08


Former Dublin dual star, Conal Keaney, joins Will and Michael on this week's Throw-In with his thoughts on Limerick's latest win over Tipperary and why there's hope for the Premier county going forwards. Conal also gives his view on the Dublin hurlers as they prepare for Kilkenny in Parnell Park – a clash that promises to define so much of the season for these two teams. The Irish Independent's Colm Keys joins the show to discuss the weekend football action which saw Kerry overcome Cork, finally pulling away after 50 minutes, while Donegal are through to another Ulster final and Galway routed Leitrim to set up a repeat of the Division 2 final against Roscommon for their Connacht final. Every Monday the Throw-In brings you the best insights and analysis from all the weekend GAA action. And don't forget to listen to Philly McMahon's show every Friday where he gives his take on the Football Championship. Listen and follow on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from. For more visit the show page at: www.independent.ie/podcasts/the-throw-in/

Galway Bay Fm - Galway Talks - with Keith Finnegan

Clare Ann Irwin- sponsored by Irwin's Funeral Directors.   Previously a primary school teacher, Clare Ann is an ambitious, hardworking and outgoing individual, who loves travelling, playing the piano and spending time with her friends and family. Clare Ann works full-time in her family-run funeral business in Galway City. She is not only the 5th generation in the business, but the first female funeral director and embalmer since its establishment in 1834. Sport has always played a massive part in Clare Ann's life, representing Connacht in hockey, and both coaching and playing with her local GAA club St. Michael's. Above everything, Clare Ann is a proud Galway Girl. 

Mobility Experiment
#84 - How Your Environment Affects Your Life & Heath

Mobility Experiment

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 21:48


In this episode of the podcast we discuss environment & community. This is something I'm always interested in chatting about as I feel many of us are not aware how the things around us have an affect on our thought patterns, attitudes & goals. We explore how this may affect your pain levels, whether you decide to get surgery, recovery times and the severity of injury you suffer. We also speak on whether your community is having a positive or negative impact on your life, when you need to reasses  as well as how you can improve it.

Scariff Bay Radio Podcasts
INTERVIEW HIGHLIGHTS - Brian Torpey

Scariff Bay Radio Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 20:32


 talking about activities in and around Tulla including the completion of the GAA stand and looking at amended programme of events to celebrate the Tulla 1400, plans for  which have been disrupted due to covid. Lots of other fun and chat also. (-17.45 ) Musical Snippets - Aisling and Aine play a few tunes- Patricks Night and the boys of Tulla! Originally broadcast as part of Saturday Chronicle Hosted by  Jim Collins with John S Kelly and broadcast LIVE from the Stables in Tulla at the new studio of Matt and Darragh Purcell on Saturday 30th April 2022  Saturday Chronicle is Sponsored by JAMES M NASH AND DERG KITCHEN DESIGN http://dergkitchendesign.ie 

In the 11 with Brendan Griffiths
Episode 62: Bayer Leverkusen Youth To Saving Shots From Landon Donovan; Persistence Against Adversity w/ Devala Gorrick

In the 11 with Brendan Griffiths

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 71:01


Episode 62: Bayer Leverkusen Youth To Saving Shots From Landon Donovan; Persistence Against Adversity w/ Devala Gorrick Welcome to the 62nd episode of the In The 11 Podcast! Today, Brendan Griffiths is joined by   Devala Gorrick as they chat about Devala's journey starting overseas at an early age in some of the biggest European football academies which prepared him for the transition into high level College Soccer. His youth experience instilled a mindset of work ethic and dedication to his craft that he brought into the collegiate environment and further set him on a path to persevere through his pursuit of a professional career. We chat about the pro career that has brought Devala all across the world, from Thailand to Sweden to Colorado and beyond and how through it all he remained true to himself, pushed outside of his comfort zone and wrote the story of his career through the game he loves. Being the new guy:  Devala shares how he disagrees that players have to go through so much trouble as a new player. He does retract the thought of lenience though by saying that a player has to be a sponge, absorbing all the information they can and learn. But more so, he also shares that a player has to know how to respect. Being the new guy, an outsider at first, he says that you have to have the humility to be able to stay and learn. There's also the nuance of unsaid and unwritten rules in a club. Playing to these rules helps everyone on the team know that you're there to stay. Simply being courteous and humble goes a long way.  The business with soccer clubs:  Devala shares how he evaluates his pay and his ability and compares those to someone that he thinks is near his level and checks what's different, especially if someone is earning more than him. On that premise, he explains how clubs are out to make money too, and as much as everyone benefits from being a club, whether a player or behind-the-game personnel, and that they aren't equally given compensation as other sports are. From that point, Devala shares how he tried to get clean sheets and was deemed to be valuable for the club which gave him more bonuses.    About Devala Gorrick:  At age 16 Gorrick was sent to Vienna, Austria to house and train with the academy of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Austria_Wien (Austria Wien) football club. He spent 2 months with the academy and played matches with the U-16 and U-17 teams. He gained coaching and mentoring from the renowned coach https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christoph_Daum (Christoph Daum). After playing goalkeeper for https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Fe_High_School_(Alachua,_Florida) (Santa Fe High Scho)ol he began his college career with https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyler_Junior_College (Tyler Junior College) in Texas. He then transferred his junior year to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barry_University (Barry University) in Miami where he was the starting goalkeeper his Junior and Senior year posting a 1.73 GAA and was honored as Defensive player of the week on four occasions and also added to the Athletic Deans list. He received his degree in 2009 in Advertising.Gorrick started his professional career at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bayamon_FC (Bayamon FC) in Puerto Rico. He started 10 games, posted 5 shutouts with a 0.70 GAA. Gorrick played an important role in helping lead Bayamon to be https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puerto_Rico_Soccer_League (Puerto Rico Soccer League) Champions in 2009, winning on aggregate 3–2 over https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atletico_de_San_Juan_FC (Atletico de San Juan FC).In 2010, he signed a one-year contract with Thailand football club https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pattaya_United_FC (Pattaya United FC) for their 2010 season. During this season, Gorrick, played in the top division of Thai football, the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thai_Premier_League (Thai Premier League). Gorrick was the starting goalkeeper for...

An Inside View Podcast
Series 3 // Ep. 3 - Dean Cassidy - Online Coach | Dubai Celts

An Inside View Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 69:29


On episode 3 of #AnInsideViewPodcast we are joined by Online Coach - Dean Cassidy.     Some points we discuss:  

Mobility Experiment
#85 - Are Morning Routines Necessary?

Mobility Experiment

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 24:30


In this episode of the podcast we look at morning routines. With many top performers we often see them talking about their routines & habits. Consistent habits are key to success in any domain, yet many of us find it difficult to implement these on a daily basis. We explore if morning routines are actually important, can they help us during the day or do they just contribute to a small part of the puzzle.  We also discuss different routines I implement myself and with clients to help get the most out of the morning and promote a positive attitude towards the day.

The Throw-In
Philly McMahon's Throw-In: Cork's wrong fight, soccer's influence & managers on the sidelines

The Throw-In

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 29:50


Philly McMahon joins Sinéad Kissane and the Irish Independent's Conor McKeon for his weekly take on the Football Championship, with Cork v Kerry, the influence of soccer and the behaviour of managers on the sideline all up for discussion on the latest show. After Cork refusing to play Kerry in Killarney, they now face the Kingdom in Páirc Uí Rinn in the Munster Championship but are they onto a hiding to nothing? They've poked the bear and should be mindful, says Philly. The influence of soccer on the Cliffords and on Philly's own career is also discussed with Philly highlighting how spatial awareness is just one of the positives that can be brought into a player's Gaelic football career which we're seeing in spades with David Clifford. And what about managers micro-managing on the sidelines, will it eventually become a thing of the past? Philly reckons it should be, saying the game should go towards rugby where the manager is in the stands seeing what the players can't see. Plus there was also mention of that Cody-Shefflin handshake and what it all could mean…. Every Monday the Throw-In brings you the best insights and analysis from all the weekend GAA action. And don't forget to listen to Philly McMahon's show every Thursday where he gives his take on the Football Championship. Listen and follow on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from. For more visit the show page at: www.independent.ie/podcasts/the-throw-in/

Know Yourself Performance
The Body Composition & Performance Conundrum: How to Improve Both Together

Know Yourself Performance

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 5:31


Lads often (apologetically) apply to work with me saying, "I know it's a bit vain, but I'd like to have a 6-pack to go along with performance improvements." This is in spite of most of my testimonials focussing on both areas, and every social media platform and webpage of mine saying "Working with everyday athletes to improve body composition AND performance." That shows the level of stigma athletes can feel about admitting they also have body composition goals. It's strange, because if we're being honest, we all want a body that reflects the level of work we put into training and nutrition, even if performance is also a goal. But balancing both can be difficult. These are the 3 key principles I follow when approaching these competing (but potentially complementary) goals. Find out more: Know Yourself Performance Coaching Program: www.knowyourselfperformance.com/coaching Work with me directly, to improve your body composition and performance, through optimising your nutrition, training, and psychology. The Gaelic Athlete Programs: www.knowyourselfnutrition.com/gaa/programs The leading resource for programs for GAA players who want to optimise their body composition and performance. Nutrition, Training, and Psychology Articles: www.knowyourselfnutrition.com/articles The written form is my best method for consolidating ideas concepts, based on research and experience working with athletes. I'm continuously adding to and updating the articles I've written, so you're sure to get something from them. Otherwise, if you have any questions or inquiries, email me at conor@knowyourselfperformance.com Regards, Conor O'Neill, Know Yourself Performance

Tipp FM Radio
Tipp Today Podcast 3rd May '22

Tipp FM Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 143:04


What are the chances of a nuclear attack on Ireland? We speak to security expert Declan Power after footage emerged of a threatening news report in Russia The Housing crisis continues, we speak to tenants struggling to secure long term accommodation. 99% of intercounty GAA players would support a teammate if they came out as LGBTQ+ The side you sleep on makes a difference to your health apparently - We speak to sleep coach Tom Coleman Our agony aunt Phil Prendergast joins us in studio Niall Kitson of TechCentral.ie joins us for our weekly tech slot Holistic Therapy with Alison Byrne will talk about Touch therapy

GAA on Off The Ball
The Hurling Pod With Skehill And Murphy | Episode 11 | The Salthill Shake | Clare Crush Cork

GAA on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 98:32


On Episode 11 of The Hurling Pod, former Galway keeper James Skehill and ex Kilkenny defender Paul Murphy joined Will O'Callaghan to discuss the handshake felt across the GAA world between Brian Cody and Henry Shefflin after the Tribesmen's win in Salthill. They also looked at how Clare impressed in backing up their win against Tipperary with another Thurles triumph, this time against League finalists Cork. There's a preview of this Sunday's meeting of Tipperary and Limerick and the lads answer your questions arising from the weekend.

The GAA Hour with Colm Parkinson
Derry put Tyrone to the sword, poking the Dublin bear and penalty drama in Ennis

The GAA Hour with Colm Parkinson

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 61:56


Darran is joined by Dublin's Barry Cahill and Tyrone's Kyle Coney to discuss the weekend's football action (00:00) Intro (01:00) Derry v Tyrone (28:00) Dublin v Wexford (44:00) Penalties in the GAA - Limerick v Clare (47:00) Kildare v Louth - The Mickey Harte impact? (51:00) Quickest goal in championship history (52:00) Next week's fixtures and GAA news

The Throw-In
Eddie Brennan on the aftermath of the Cody-Shefflin handshake, Dick Clerkin on Tyrone's fall

The Throw-In

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 51:47


Eddie Brennan has been in Henry Shefflin's shoes before as a former player turned manager facing his old master and he joins Will and Michael on this week's Throw-In to analyse and discuss the fall-out from that handshake between Shefflin and Cody after yesterday's game between Galway and Kilkenny. Elsewhere they discuss the manner of Galway's win and what Kilkenny need to do as they face Dublin next in Parnell Park. Munster's only game was the meeting of Cork and Clare and the Banner county have made it two wins from two with their two point win following on from their victory over Tipperary the previous week. Dick Clerkin was on the show to look back on all the weekend football action with the main talking point the defeat of All-Ireland Champions, Tyrone, at the hands of Derry. Tyrone may have been under-performing this year but don't write Tyrone off, warns Dick. Let's not forget the form of Derry in winning either who nearly got promoted to Division 1 this year and now face Monaghan in the Ulster semis who beat Down on Saturday. In Leinster, it was a comprehensive 23 point win for Dublin over Wexford and compared to their performance last year it bodes well for their season after all the talk of the Dubs faltering. Their next opponents are familiar foes, Meath, who beat Wicklow by 10 points. In the other semi in Leinster, it will be Kildare v Westmeath. Elsewhere, in Connacht, Roscommon beat Sligo while in Munster, Tipperary beat Waterford and Limerick made history winning the first-ever penalty shoot-out in the senior football Championship. Every Monday the Throw-In brings you the best insights and analysis from all the weekend GAA action. And don't forget to listen to Philly McMahon's show every Friday where he gives his take on the Football Championship. Listen and follow on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from. For more visit the show page at: www.independent.ie/podcasts/the-throw-in/

The Laughs Of Your Life with Doireann Garrihy

I've always been an admirer of Danny O'Reilly; he's in one of the biggest bands in Ireland but he always come across as such a sound guy. It was great to have him in for natter about playing GAA in London (and how that helped him get gigs!), how he answers people who question why they aren't bigger outside Ireland, and why he used to deny that Mary Black was his mam. I hope you enjoy it.This season of the Laughs of your Life is brought to you by F&F, fashion at Tesco. Pop in for the weekly shop and step out in style with a new wardrobe this Spring. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Mobility Experiment
#83 - Do You Play These Subconscious Tricks On Yourself?

Mobility Experiment

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 21:41


In this episode of the podcast we discuss the different tricks people play on themselves consciously & subconsciously that cause them to fall at the same hurdles consistently. We asses it from a rehab perspective & from a life perspective. We also explore certain tricks people will play to give themselves excuses when crunch time comes. As well as how this may manifest in the body as pain or injury. Lastly we speak on different solutions to the problems at hand as well as how to become more aware of these issues to tackles them before they crop up.

RTÉ - Game On Podcast
Racing- Soccer-GAA

RTÉ - Game On Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 51:59


Damien O'Mera is live from Punchestown to chat all things Racing, GAA and Soccer.

SportsDaz
The Curtain Raiser (Friday, 29th April 2022)

SportsDaz

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 22:57


Our weekly show looking at the game's talking points and ahead to the weekend's action. This week, Darren Kelly caught up with the Leinster camogie chairperson Linda Kenny to chat about the work being done in the eastern province. We looked ahead to the Leinster adult championships, and the under 16 finals this weekend, as well as reflecting on the minor finals just concluded. Darren and Linda also discussed the importance of working with counties struggling for numbers, how double headers with the GAA is the way forward, bringing through female graduates from their coaching academy, and the importance of camogie followers getting behind their game as we move closer to integration with the GAA. == THE CURTAIN RAISER broadcasts every Friday on SportsDaz Theme Song (c) josephmcdade.com/music #SportsDaz

Know Yourself Performance
Calculating Your Macros as an Athlete

Know Yourself Performance

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 13:07


Once you know how many calories to eat, you can start to get more specific about what those calories are made up of, by addressing the macronutrient composition of those calories. Find out more: Know Yourself Performance Coaching Program: www.knowyourselfperformance.com/coaching Work with me directly, to improve your body composition and performance, through optimising your nutrition, training, and psychology. The Gaelic Athlete Programs: www.knowyourselfnutrition.com/gaa/programs The leading resource for programs for GAA players who want to optimise their body composition and performance. Nutrition, Training, and Psychology Articles: www.knowyourselfnutrition.com/articles The written form is my best method for consolidating ideas concepts, based on research and experience working with athletes. I'm continuously adding to and updating the articles I've written, so you're sure to get something from them. Otherwise, if you have any questions or inquiries, email me at conor@knowyourselfperformance.com Regards, Conor O'Neill, Know Yourself Performance

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast
Seafood Innovations: Keeping track of your gear with Peter Macy of Blue Ocean Gear

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 41:34


Links:Visit https://www.blueoceangear.com/Follow Blue Ocean Gear on Twitter!Connect with Blue Ocean Gear on LinkedInCheck out our new website!: https://www.globalseafood.org/podcastFollow us on social media!Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | InstagramShare your sustainability tips with us podcast@globalseafood.org or leave us a voicemail at +1 (603) 384-3560!If you want to be more involved in the work that we do, become a member of the Global Seafood Alliance: https://www.globalseafood.org/membership/

RTÉ - Game On Podcast
Punchestown preview, Merseyside derby & Limerick beat Waterford

RTÉ - Game On Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 51:34


Barry Cahill and Niall Moran on the weekend's GAA, Ruby previews Punchestown plus Alan Cawley and Stephen Kelly on the Merseyside derby and the rest of the Premier League! Game On.

The Throw-In
Galway must kick on, Armagh's lack of stomach and Limerick's extra gear

The Throw-In

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 53:10


Galway finally defeated Mayo in the Connacht Championship helping to relieve the tension for Padraig Joyce but the Tribesmen must now kick on in the province to really capitalise on this victory says Martin Breheny on this week's Throw-In. He joins Will Slattery and Michael Verney as they look back on all the weekend football action with Armagh coming in for particular criticism in the wake of their defeat to Donegal. Plus, the club v county debate in the current congested fixture schedule gets an airing with Breheny describing as ‘utter madness' the extended lay-off for counties now waiting for the football qualifiers to begin. Meanwhile in the hurling, John Mullane was also on the show to discuss Limerick's win over Waterford. Although the margin of defeat was only three points this time around, Limerick have shown they're still the ones to beat but it's not the be all and end all for Waterford says Mullane. Finish in the top three, get to Croke Park and then they can challenge for the All-Ireland he tells Will and Michael. Elsewhere, the panel discusses Clare's three goal haul against Tipperary in Semple Stadium and Dublin's one point win over Wexford on the road. Every Monday the Throw-In brings you the best insights and analysis from all the weekend GAA action. And don't forget to listen to Philly McMahon's show every Friday where he gives his take on the Football Championship. Listen and follow on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from. For more visit the show page at: www.independent.ie/podcasts/the-throw-in/

FidelityConnects
Tackling high inflation and rising interest - Ilan Kolet

FidelityConnects

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 26:26


With inflation at a 40 year high and more interest rate hikes to come, consumers are feeling the pinch as the cost of gas, groceries and housing continue to skyrocket as we've seen in recent months. Here at home, unsustainable household debt is also a major issue plaguing Canadian families, and the cost of servicing this debt only continues to rise. Joining us today to unpack what all of this means from an investment perspective is Ilan Kolet, Institutional Portfolio Manager on Fidelity's Global Asset Allocation team. Ilan shares how the GAA team is responding to the current economic and monetary policy environment within their multi-asset class funds. This includes their funds being overweight to commodity producers. Ilan also reflects on where we are in the cycle, and looks at the Canadian housing market. Recorded on April 19, 2022. At Fidelity, our mission is to build a better future for Canadian investors and help them stay ahead. We offer investors and institutions a range of innovative and trusted investment portfolios to help them reach their financial and life goals. For more information on Fidelity Mutual Funds and ETFs, visit www.fidelity.ca. FidelityConnects by Fidelity Investments Canada was ranked the #1 podcast by Canadian financial advisors in the 2021 Environics' Advisor Digital Experience Study.

Clare FM - Podcasts
Atlantic Tales - Seamus Connolly - 24th April - Podcast

Clare FM - Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 44:02


This Sunday Pat Flynn was out and about again for Atlantic Tales. We hear from Kilbaha-based sculptor Seamus Connolly. Seamus is one of Ireland's leading bronze sculptors, best known for his highly acclaimed life-size portraits. These include one of the late US President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy; GAA legend, Páidí Ó Sé and writer John B Keane

Mobility Experiment
#82 - When MRI's Can Be Harmful

Mobility Experiment

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 26:24


In this episode of the podcast we discuss the use & misuse of medical imaging in a healthcare setting, especially around recurring pain or injury. We look at when an MRI or X-ray may be the best option for your situation, as well as when it could be harmful to your recovery. We explore the use for knee, hip & shoulder injuries specifically. As well as should they be an option for long standing back pain or is it even necessary for possible cartilage issues? We also discuss what to expect when getting certain scans, what you need to worry about and what is not generally an issue.

RTÉ - Liveline
VHI refund - Disabled access to sports stadium - Plastic wrapping on food

RTÉ - Liveline

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 69:39


Trish will miss out on a waiver from VHI because of finding a new health insurer; GAA fans with disabilities denied convenient access into Semple Stadium; Gerry and others feel there are still too many plastic wrappings on supermarket vegetables

The Throw-In
Philly McMahon's TI Friday: Sledging, the Dark Arts & Getting into Players' Heads

The Throw-In

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 30:46


When does the ‘Dark Arts' cross the line between players on the GAA pitch? And is sledging on the rise? On this episode of Philly McMahon's Friday Throw-In, presented by Sinéad Kissane and with the Irish Independent's Donnchadh Boyle, the Dublin legend explains why he doesn't agree with the negative connotations attached to the ‘Dark Arts'. For him, it's about mental warfare and getting into your opponents' heads and he describes some of the personal abuse he has suffered at the hands of two players, something he didn't let go. Listen and follow The Throw-In on Apple and Spotify and don't miss new shows every Monday looking back on all the weekend action, plus Philly McMahon's Friday Throw-In for his take on the Championship. For more, visit the show page at: www.independent.ie/podcasts/the-throw-in/

GAA on Off The Ball
The GAA's disciplinary process | Football Championship round up and preview | Tommy Rooney

GAA on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 25:40


OTB's resident GAA voice, Tommy Rooney joined Ger Gilroy and Eoin Sheahan on #OTBAM to discuss all of the latest news surrounding the GAA. @GilletteUK | #EffortlessFlow

Know Yourself Performance
Peaking at the Right Time: How to Periodise Your Gym-Work Throughout the Year

Know Yourself Performance

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 9:38


As athletes, we want it all. Bigger, leaner, stronger, fitter, faster, and more powerful. In pursuit of this holy grail, you've probably noticed a few things: 1. You only have a certain amount of time to train, and trying to cram training all these aspects into your week can be tough 2. You can't progress all aspects at once. Trying to get bigger means you might lose a bit of leanness. Optimising for endurance might mean strength won't increase as much. 3. You want different things at different times of the year. You might not care about losing a bit of abdominal definition in winter if it means you can pack on a bit more muscle. And when it comes to championship time, you probably care more about performing at your best on the pitch than you do about your bench press PB. With these things in mind, your training focus will, and probably should, change throughout the year. Contemplating these changes ahead of time will allow you to plan how and when you're going to prioritise and progress each quality at the appropriate time. The process of systematically planning these changes in training ahead of time is known as periodisation. In this episode, I break down what that should look like, and how you should think about peaking at the right time when it comes to your athletic goals. Find out more: Know Yourself Performance Coaching Program: www.knowyourselfperformance.com/coaching Work with me directly, to improve your body composition and performance, through optimising your nutrition, training, and psychology. The Gaelic Athlete Programs: www.knowyourselfnutrition.com/gaa/programs The leading resource for programs for GAA players who want to optimise their body composition and performance. Nutrition, Training, and Psychology Articles: www.knowyourselfnutrition.com/articles The written form is my best method for consolidating ideas concepts, based on research and experience working with athletes. I'm continuously adding to and updating the articles I've written, so you're sure to get something from them. Otherwise, if you have any questions or inquiries, email me at conor@knowyourselfperformance.com Regards, Conor O'Neill, Know Yourself Performance

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast
Seafood Innovations: Predictions using Big Data with Tony Chen of Manolin

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 34:54


Links:Visit  Manolin's Website!Follow Manolin on Twitter!Check out our new website!: https://www.globalseafood.org/podcastFollow us on social media!Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | InstagramShare your sustainability tips with us podcast@globalseafood.org or leave us a voicemail at +1 (603) 384-3560!If you want to be more involved in the work that we do, become a member of the Global Seafood Alliance: https://www.globalseafood.org/membership/

RTÉ - Game On Podcast
Lord Lariat, Limerick & League of Ireland

RTÉ - Game On Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 59:34


Jane Mangan looks back on the Irish Grand National; Neil Ewing and Niall Moran dissect the weekend's GAA action; Shane Byrne on rugby; and Alan Cawley & Tony O'Donghue talk soccer! Game On.

The Throw-In
Cork's definition of insanity, Waterford's strength in-depth and Tyrone's title defence

The Throw-In

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 36:51


The 2022 Hurling Championship has begun right where it left off, with Cork once again on the wrong end of a Limerick beating and on this week's Throw-In, former Kilkenny All-Star, Eddie Brennan, joins Will Slattery, Michael Verney and Vincent Hogan to discuss all the main talking points from the weekend action. While the soul-searching for Cork goes on, they have to pick themselves up for their next match against Clare and Limerick face Waterford in an early meeting between the country's top two teams. The Déise got their season off to a good start with a win over Tipperary, showing their own strength in depth, but can Waterford narrow the gap to Limerick and ask them some difficult questions? In other matches, Wexford rallied against a wasteful Galway to earn a draw, while Dublin edged out Laois and Kilkenny blew Westmeath away by sixteen points. Meanwhile in the football it was a low-key start to the Championship with Tyrone overcoming Fermanagh as the reigning All Ireland champions move on to face Derry while in Connacht, Sligo just about survived a scare from New York in America and Leitrim won out against London. Every Monday the Throw-In brings you the best insights and analysis from all the weekend GAA action. And don't forget to listen to Philly McMahon's show every Friday where he gives his take on the Football Championship. Listen and follow on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from. For more visit the show page at: www.independent.ie/podcasts/the-throw-in/

Historyhub.ie Podcast
The Origins and Importance of the GAA (Episode 6 of Sport and Ireland: A History, with Prof. Paul Rouse).

Historyhub.ie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 41:25


'The Origins and Importance of the GAA', episode 6 of 'Sport and Ireland: A History', with Prof. Paul Rouse.

GAA on Off The Ball
GAA Late Night: Cork bullied, Waterford buzzing, Split-season debate and Leitrim Ultras with Daithi Regan and callers

GAA on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 66:57


Welcome along to the first episode of GAA Late Night - it's our brand new GAA phone-in show which will be available every Sunday night throughout the season. Listen live and call in with your thoughts on Twitter Spaces on Sundays. This week, Tommy Rooney was joined by Daithi Regan and a host of callers to break down and react to the first weekend of Championship action, enjoy!

Mobility Experiment
#81 - Q&A w/Mike Nicholsen (@Mikenicho) Sports Nutritionist

Mobility Experiment

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 49:08


In this episode of the podcast I was delighted to welcome back performance nutritionist Mike Nicholsen (@Mikenicho) for a Q&A on sports nutrition. In this wide ranging podcast we cover many topics such as nutrition timing for improved performance during an event, key nutritional strategies for vegan / vegetarians, beta alanine supplementation & creatine supplementation. We also discuss nutrition for inflammation & flare-ups, fuelling for endurance & ultra endurance events as well as recovery nutrition.

Blas Pod
Na Gaeil Aeracha, Feis Dhoire Cholmcille ag 100, Cogadh na gCarad, Teaghlaigh le Gaeilge a bhfuil Úcránaigh ag fanacht leo

Blas Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 27:58


Cluineann muid ó Chian Ó Gríofa agus Aoife Moore ó na Gaeil Aeracha, club úr CLG don phobal LADT+ i mBaile Átha Cliath. Tá Feis Dhoire Cholm Cille 100 bliain ar an fhód i mbliana, labhraíonn Niamh Nic Oistigín le cuid de na daoine a bheidh páirteach sa cheiliúradh. Insíonn an Dr Críostóir Mac Cárthaigh, Stiúrthóir Cnuasach Bhéaloideas Éireann,dúinn faoi thionscnamh úr, The Civil War Memory Project, a cuireadh ar bun le béaloideas an phobail maidir le Cogadh na gCarad (1922-1923) a bhailiú. Cuireann Marcus Mac Ruairí ó Glór na nGael síos ar an tacaíocht atá curtha ar fáil do theaghlaigh le Gaeilge a bhfuil Úcránaigh ag fanacht leo. We hear from Cian Ó Gríofa and Aoife Moore from the new GAA club for the LGBTQ community in Dublin, Na Gaeil Aeracha. Derry Feis celebrates its 100th birthday this year and Niamh Nic Oistigín chats to some of those involved in this special event. Dr Críostóir Mac Cárthaigh, Director of the National Folklore Collection, tells us about The Civil War Memory Project which aims to collect the oral history of the community relating to the Civil War (1922-1923). Marcus Mac Ruairí from Glór na nGael speaks about the support available for Irish speaking families who have Ukranian families staying with them.

Highlights from Moncrieff
Meet Ireland's first #LGBTQ inclusive GAA team who are looking for a home pitch to play & train on

Highlights from Moncrieff

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 14:31


This week Na Gaeil Aeracha tweeted “Call out to GAA Clubs, Please help @NaGaeilAeracha find a home pitch. Anywhere in Dublin, somewhere for our #LGFA and #GAA teams to train/play official matches. Please Retweet.” We wanted to find out more about Na Gaeil Aeracha, Ireland's first ever LGBTQ Inclusive GAA Team and sent Henry McKean to a training session.

Dermot & Dave
Dermot & Dave's Best Of Podcast-14/04

Dermot & Dave

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 123:10


Missed some of your favourite bits during the week? Want to catch up on the craic from Dermot and Dave? Well look no further than the Dermot and Dave Best Of podcast, your home for all of the messing with none of the music! [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2022/04/14130026/0414_Final.mp3"][/audio] Whether you're on a drive, out on a walk, getting stuck into the gaff or garden or looking for a bit of distraction from work, the Dermot and Dave Best of podcast has just some of our favourite moments from the week gone by! Just because it's a short week doesn't mean we didn't manage to cram a whole lotta craic in! There was the distant sound of wedding bells when we caught up with the very newly wed Olympian and all round legend, Kellie Harrington. She filled us in on her big day, honeymoon plans and revealed that she's planning on retiring at 34, but keeping up with the training…for cakes and takeaway purposes. She's a woman after our own hearts.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Today FM 💛 (@todayfm) We'd a bunch of Hollywood stars on the show, the cast of Anatomy of a Scandal, including Sienna Miller joined Dermot and Dave to reveal all about the brand new Netflix show. Aine Duffy told us about finding out that Billie Eilish is actually her cousin, and we heard some (pretty dubious) accounts of celeb relatives. And we heard from an anonymous listener who got himself into a hot polo neck after an ‘accidental' hickey from his missus. Dave broke into Dermot's gaff, Dermot's dreaming about Bono again and our Cathal is very excited about the start of the GAA championship. Plus all your faves from Dave's Bad Jokes to Say Stuff That Suits The Music and our Noni, live from Augusta. You can catch all the craic by clicking play above.

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast
Insect Proteins and Other Novel Feed Ingredients with Andrew Richardson of Innovafeed

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 45:14


Links:Visit  Innovafeed's WebsiteCheck out the video of the Black Soldier Fly facility!Check out our new website!: https://www.globalseafood.org/podcastFollow us on social media!Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | InstagramShare your sustainability tips with us podcast@globalseafood.org or leave us a voicemail at +1 (603) 384-3560!If you want to be more involved in the work that we do, become a member of the Global Seafood Alliance: https://www.globalseafood.org/membership/

The GAA Hour with Colm Parkinson
Orla O'Dwyer interview, Meath continue the winning streak and Kerry keep Darran happy

The GAA Hour with Colm Parkinson

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 63:32


Darran is joined in studio by Michelle Ryan and Denise Masterson to review the weekend's Ladies league finals. Also, we speak to Brisbane Lions All-Australian Orla O'Dwyer, and SportsJoe's Lee Costello has the latest GAA news. (00:40) - Meath v Donegal (15:55) - Kerry v Armagh (31:10) - Orla O'Dwyer interview (46:35) - Offaly development panel controversy (56:45) - Questions around Tyrone

The Throw-In
Camogie & Ladies Football Special: No stopping Meath & Galway's dominance over Cork

The Throw-In

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 29:33


Since their All Ireland triumph over Dublin last year there's been no stopping Meath who have now captured their first-ever League title and have made themselves favourites for the All Ireland this year, says Cork dual star legend, Rena Buckley, on this week's Throw-In podcast. Rena joined Sinéad Kissane and Donnchadh Boyle as they looked back on an impressive two point win over Donegal in Croke Park on Sunday that has laid down a marker for the summer. Also in the ladies football, in Division 2, Kerry beat Armagh by 1-12 to 0-12 to gain promotion to the top flight next season. Meanwhile, with the camogie Division 1 and 2 finals also on in Croke on Saturday, Wexford legend, Ursula Jacob joined Sinéad and Donnchadh on the show, and highlighted Galway's strength in-depth as they came back from six points down to beat Cork by four points. It's five wins in a row now over Cork for the reigning All Ireland champions but Ursula believes Cork can look ahead to another tilt at the All Ireland over the summer. She's tipping them to face Galway again. Elsewhere, in Division 2, Wexford beat Antrim by seven points to return to Division 1. Every Monday the Throw-In brings you the best insights and analysis from all the weekend GAA action. Listen and follow on Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts from. For more visit the show page at: www.independent.ie/podcasts/the-throw-in/

Mobility Experiment
#80 - Does Posture Matter?

Mobility Experiment

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2022 23:51


In this episode of the podcast we look at posture. We often hear about the effect of certain postures on our body whether that be rounded shoulders, slumped at a desk or a forward head posture. There is always going to be different opinions on what's best, so in this podcast I want to chat more on principals of your body and how these are expressed through posture. I discuss why posture is thought to be an issue, what affects your posture, as well as when is it a problem & when should you look to change it.

GAA on Off The Ball
SAM MULROY | Changing Louth's mentality | Mickey Harte's influence | Top scorer in Ireland | Chasing greatness

GAA on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 21:39


Louth captain Sam Mulroy joined Nathan Murphy in studio on Thursday evening to discuss their Division 3 National League success. Mulroy explained what it is like to play under Mickey Harte and Gavin Devlin, developing as a captain and changing Louth's collective mentality in recent years. GAA with AIB #TheToughest

GAA on Off The Ball
Is it even possible to mark David Clifford? | Kerry's utter domination | BILLY JOE PADDEN

GAA on Off The Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 16:57


Former Mayo and Armagh footballer Billy Joe Padden joined Off The Ball to break down Kerry's utter domination in the League this year. #GAA w/ AIB | #TheToughest

The GAA Hour with Colm Parkinson
Clifford class, Galway's video analysis and SLEDGING in the GAA

The GAA Hour with Colm Parkinson

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 63:51


Darran O'Sullivan is joined on the show by Finian Hanley and Eamon McGee (00:45) Clifford's Class and Kerry v Mayo (23:20) Galway v Roscommon (36:55) Division 3 & 4 finals (41:15) Páirc Uí Rinn or nowehere (48:35) Sledging in the GAA (57:50) Player and team of the League

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast
A Taste of SENA 2022, Part 2

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 23:20


Links:Learn more about Manolin Aqua here!Contact Steve at Steven.hedlund@globalseafood.orgContact Elise at Elise.avallon@globalseafood.orgCheck out our new website!: https://www.globalseafood.org/podcastFollow us on social media!Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | InstagramShare your sustainability tips with us podcast@globalseafood.org or leave us a voicemail at +1 (603) 384-3560!If you want to be more involved in the work that we do, become a member of the Global Seafood Alliance: https://www.globalseafood.org/membership/