This episode features Zak Holdsworth, Co-Founder and CEO at Hint Health. Here, he discusses why he started Hint Health, their focus on customer service, how his firm delivers a software automation solution that gives the administrative power of a health plan, and a lot more.
Mel Gibson's vid on the USCCB w/ Brian HoldsworthTim discusses with Brian Holdsworth Mel Gibson's recent video on the “counterfeit, parallel” Church and whether such a notion squares with the Catholic precept of perennial visibility.***Tim's NEW BOOK on anti-feminism, "The Case for Patriarchy," is now available for PRE-ORDER!!! You can get your copy at:Sophia Press: https://www.sophiainstitute.com/products/item/the-case-for-patriarchyAmazon: https://www.amazon.com/Case-Patriarchy-Timothy-Gordon/dp/1622828402________________________________________________
For this week's bonus podcast, we're taking an in-depth look at the character of Maureen Holdsworth. From the hilarious waterbed incident with Reg to the poignant scenes at the Normandy graves with cantankerous mother Maud, Maureen had plenty of memorable moments during her time on the cobbles, and in this episode, we chat over some of our favourites - and ponder whether a return to the Street for Maureen could ever become a reality..
Today, Brian Holdsworth tells us about his favourite argument for god. It's less than impressive.Sources:An alternative to the war on drugs: https://bit.ly/3gthh1GElectrical brain stimulation: https://bit.ly/2Tyxc7cOwnership: Changing Concepts and Practices: https://bit.ly/35nC9CvDoes the Bible allow a husband to spank his wife?: https://bit.ly/2UaNraXTheoretical perspectives accounting for adolescent homosexuality: https://bit.ly/35pw8W0Do readiness potentials happen all the time?: https://bit.ly/3zuxZ9JOriginal Video: https://bit.ly/3cGOe9UCards:The Atheist Experience 25.24 with Matt Dillahunty and @Viced Rhino:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kHooToskPR8Brown; Color is weird:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wh4aWZRtTwU
So much of our parenting triggers + challenges hark back to our own early, formative years. Our attachment to our own parent or caregiver impacts our relationships, how we form identity in adolescence, how we cope with stress + our resilience... so how do we feel more like we're nailing this parenting thing?Emma Holdsworth from Treehouse Family Counseling has spent her entire adult life supporting families to become the best parents they can be, connecting them to their core values as a parent, holding space for new Mothers as a postpartum doula + helping burgeoning families with her vast experience as a sandplay therapist + counsellor.Emma firmly believes doing our own inner work and exploring ourselves more deeply, examining our own past – is actually the key to parenting education. In this episode Emma talks to us about the formative years of childhood + that behaviour (of any kind) is just how kids communicate their needs, as parents we can stuff it up by taking it super personally!She also advocates what she calls radical role modelling – be that which you want for your kid, yourself. It's easier said than done, we know... this is what I love about Emma's realistic approach to shifting our shit. It’s a process, don’t be afraid to show them the process or strategy behind trying to build sustainable + healthy change. THAT is radically modelling adulting.Continue the conversation here:https://www.instagram.com/quintessentialbeingbynikki/https://www.facebook.com/quintessentialbeingbynikkihttps://www.quintessentialbeing.com/Find Emma here:https://www.facebook.com/emholdsworthhttps://www.instagram.com/treehouse_emma/http://www.treehousecounselling.com.au/
Welcome back to Episode 092 of The Active Life Podcast. Today on The Guest Show we have JL Holdsworth. JL has squatted 800 pounds– He's a pretty strong dude. Today we discuss his training program Reflexive Performance Reset. In this episode we talk about; Managing the nervous system Improving athletic performance Pain reduction Transitioning from athlete to coach Understanding strength and conditioning Connect with JL Holdsworth IG: @coach_jl @rpr_system Website: www.reflexiveperformance.com Are you ready to Turn Pro? Connect with us! www.activelifeprofessional.com Dr. Sean @DrSeanPastuch Active Life Professional @activelifeprofessional
On today's episode we sat down with one of the strongest individuals on the planet, JL Holdsworth, Owner of The Spot Athletics in Columbus and Dublin Ohio. JL's name may sounds familiar since he is part of Westside Barbell royalty with some staggering lifts in his lifetime. Now, his focus is solely on creating the best experience possible at his gyms.We talk about his journey in fitness and how it has shaped him into the person he is today. Holdsworth's view of movement has changed a lot over the years and its important to take in that perspective to make the most for the people we interact with every single day. Strap in, there are so many chunks of knowledge in this one!
Life is hard. And when your body is constantly in fight or flight mode, it’s even harder. What if resetting your system was as simple as learning an easy technique that you could apply yourself every day? As one of the most respected strength coaches on the planet, JL Holdsworth spreads his knowledge of RPR, Reflexive Performance Reset. This simple technique allows your body to reset itself, realign your neural pathways, and increases your overall wellness. || LINKS || reflexiveperformance.com/ || Full Show Notes - darinolien.com/podcasts
Join Em Stroud and her clown Barbara as they talk all things Clowns without Borders. What is Clowning without Borders? How can Clowning help change the world? What is the mission of Clowns without borders? How can play help change us all live a life full of more of joy and wonder. How is Barbara going to help support Clowns without Borders? What can play teach us all? And much much more.. Samantha’s Social Media: Facebook: clownswithoutborders Instagram: clownswithoutbordresuk LinkedIn: clowns-without-borders-uk Twitter: childrenlaughUK About Samantha Clowns Without Borders UK supports the emotional wellbeing of children living through disaster by sharing laughter and play. Putting children at the heart of everything they do, the charity shares their joyful performances and activities in refugee camps around the world.
Self Tanner, Skincare Routines, and Silk Pillow Cases! We’re here for our monthly Listener Letter episode with our resident beauty, hair, and makeup guru Sabs The Good Girl, answering YOUR beauty questions. Yall know @sabsthegoodgirl ! She’s here once a month to help all of us out, so stay tuned, and don’t forget to send us YOUR beauty, hair, skincare, makeup, or life, questions, your Milk?! With Your Dinner?! And “I Didn’t Know Then, But I’m Older Now” segments to email@example.com.DM us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklyn, @truebeautybrooklynpodcast, or @sabsthegoodgirl . Check us out Twitter @truebeautyBKpod If you live locally, make an appointment and come check us out at www.truebeautybrooklyn.com. Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars, subscribe and leave a review on Apple iTunes. Tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!
From Allan Holdsworth (Bonus: This episode features a previously unreleased interview clip with Holdsworth that may save you from ever playing "mayonnaise" chords again) to Steve Howe/Yes to Eddie Van Halen, renowned bassist JEFF BERLIN has played with some truly great guitarists. On this episode, he plugs in and shows you what he loves to play, study, and teach, and write, with demonstrations spanning Bach to Jaco Pastorius to Eric Clapton. And this interview was extra special for me, because I used to tour with Jeff, as I was the guitarist for BX3, the bass extravaganza concert that featured Jeff doing a set along with sets from Stuart Hamm and Billy Sheehan. Presented by Guitar Player magazine. -- JUDE GOLD, host, No Guitar Is Safe
Why are younger Catholics (and not-so-young-Catholics, like me!) identifying more and more with "traditional" Catholicism? I interview my good friend Brian Holdsworth and ask him this very question. If you're interested in learning more about "traditional" Catholicism, then this episode is for you! SPONSORS EL Investments: https://www.elinvestments.net/pints Hallow: http://hallow.app/mattfradd STRIVE: https://www.strive21.com/ Catholic Chemistry: https://www.catholicchemistry.com/ GIVING Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mattfradd This show (and all the plans we have in store) wouldn't be possible without you. I can't thank those of you who support me enough. Seriously! Thanks for essentially being a co-producer coproducer of the show. LINKS Website: https://pintswithaquinas.com/ Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/matt-fradd FREE 21 Day Detox From Porn Course: https://www.strive21.com/ SOCIAL Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mattfradd Twitter: https://twitter.com/mattfradd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mattfradd MY BOOKS Does God Exist: https://www.amazon.com/Does-God-Exist-Socratic-Dialogue-ebook/dp/B081ZGYJW3/ref=sr_1_9?dchild=1&keywords=fradd&qid=1586377974&sr=8-9 Marian Consecration With Aquinas: https://www.amazon.com/Marian-Consecration-Aquinas-Growing-Closer-ebook/dp/B083XRQMTF/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=fradd&qid=1586379026&sr=8-4 The Porn Myth: https://www.ignatius.com/The-Porn-Myth-P1985.aspx CONTACT Book me to speak: https://www.mattfradd.com/speakerrequestform
This is the second Megna Method Podcast with JL and in this episode JL breaks down the mental and emotional necessities of healthy and successful daily living. We discuss JL's mental and anger transformation as well as how LOVE changed the whole game. https://chomps.com/ Thanks to CHOMPS for sponsoring this episode of the Megna Method. CHOMPS provides high quality, all-natural, healthy, environment-friendly protein products. Visit www.chomps.com and use the code "Megnamethod" to get 15% off your order PLUS FREE SHIPPING. Only one coupon per customer. Don't wait, these products will quickly become your "go-to" source for healthy and delicious protein! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Learn more about Marc Megna at: https://megnamethod.com/ @marcmegna ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Learn more about JL Holdsworth at: https://www.thespotathletics.com/jl-holdsworth @Coach_JL ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
This week we welcome the strongest strength coach in the industry, J.L. Holdsworth who is a champion powerlifter, an international speaker, and the founder/head coach at his training facility in Ohio, The Spot Athletics. With a hulk-like frame and many success, he can be intimidating but once you start talking to him you witness his vulnerable side about the mistakes he’s made along the way but also his passion to serve his coaches and his clients.
This week Supercars race winner, Drivers' Driver Award recipient and TCR Australia Series race winner Lee Holdsworth joins us on the V8 Sleuth Podcast. In Part 2 Lee chats about his time with Garry Rogers Motorsport, headlined by his maiden Supercars race win at Oran Park in 2007 and his Bathurst 1000 podium finish in 2009 – plus his ‘five year' contract that actually went for six … He also chats about his move to Stone Brothers Racing and its change to Erebus, racing for Team 18 and the breakdown of that relationship and his move to Tickford. Lee also answers your National Motor Racing Museum Couch Racer Questions and tackles the Motorfocus Top 10 Shootout.V8 Sleuth Bookshop: https://bookshop.v8sleuth.com.au
This week Supercars race winner and Drivers' Driver Award recipient Lee Holdsworth joins us on the V8 Sleuth Podcast. In Part 1, Lee chats about the recent news that he's no longer a full-time Supercars racer, his move to TCR with support from Betty Klimenko, where his love of motorsport came from, his unorthodox progression towards Supercars compared to his peers, the ‘manual Tinder' event where he met his wife Alana, plus the true origins of his ‘Leethal' nickname and the straightforward way he got it to stick at Garry Rogers Motorsport.V8 Sleuth Bookshop: https://bookshop.v8sleuth.com.au
In this interview, keyboardist and composer, Steve Hunt talks about his upcoming release entitled CONNECTIONS. This new album features an allstar lineup of musicians, including Jimmy Haslip, Chad Wackerman, Gary Husband, Vinnie Colauita, Virgil Donati, Nate Wood, Evan Marien, Jimmy Johnson, Eric Marienthal, Billy Cobham, and many others. We also talked about his work with Allan Holdsworth, Stanley Clarke, Billy Cobham, and others. Pianist Steve Hunt, throughout his career, has stayed true to an uncompromising vision of composing and performing jazz music from his heart. Steve has continued to push himself technically, focusing on a musical style which is both challenging and meaningful... Steve credits jazz greats Keith Jarrett, Joe Zawinul, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, and Thelonius Monk as strong influences to his jazz style. During his formative years he studied with concert pianist Albert Hirsh, and jazz pianists Sid Davis and Lyle Mays who all helped form his lighting fast technique and unique style. Steve later attended Berklee College of Music in Boston where he continued his study of jazz. After recording and performing with top Boston jazz musicians such as Randy Roos and Tiger Okoshi, and leading his own jazz fusion band, Steve spent the next ten years on the road with several renowned jazz artists such as Billy Cobham, Stanley Clarke, Angela Bofill, Tom Brown, and Allan Holdsworth. Steve's international touring took him to countries such as Japan, Israel, Austria, France, England, Italy, Sweden, Argentina, and Australia, as well as major cities in the US and Canada. During this time, Steve also served as musical director for the famous touring Jazz Explosion where he led the trio which headlined artists Freddy Hubbard, Gato Barbaira, Stanley Turentine, Ramsey Lewis, violinist Noel Pointer, Kenny G, and the late Phillis Hyman. The Jazz Explosion performed in major concert venues including the Circle Star in San Francisco, Beacon Theater in New York, Universal Theater in Los Angeles, and Hammersmith Odium in London. Steve's desire towards challenging himself is no where more evident than with his long time association with Allan Holdsworth, whose progressive and innovative style has helped Steve to further his own musical development. Holdsworths more recent CD releases including Secrets, Wardencliff Tower, and Hard Hat Area, as well as featuring Steve on keyboards, also include Steves original tunes "Maid Marion," "Joshua," and "Dodgy Boat." While touring with Holdsworth, Steve was featured in the Japanese edition of Keyboard Magazine (July 1991 and March 1993). Other noteworthy recording contributions by Steve include two of Stanley Clarkes CD releases If This Bass Could Only Talk and East River Drive. Steve reached a major milestone, producing his solo jazz CD From Your Heart and Your Soul (BMI). For the promotional release tour of his new CD, Steve organized a quintet including Gregg Bendian, John Lockwood, Ole Mathisen, and Bruce Bartlett.
Kevin Holdsworth’s new book is about the Uinta Mountains, Utah's loftiest range. “Red Stone Heart” celebrates the peak bagging experience and shares a little lore. The highest named peaks, The Notorious Nine, form a goal, but as with an Uinta stream, there is much meandering in the book through forest and meadow. Peaks and routes are pulled from a life's rucksack, and we are carried along as we watch a young fool somehow survive to a riper age.
You guys we are wrapping up the end of an incredible year with your listener letters! We have our resident hair, make- up and all- things- beauty guru Sabrina Rowe Holdsworth here to do a deep dive, and anwer your most pressing questions, like, How do I wear eye make up with a hooded eye? Or, what the fuck is going on with my skin-- I’m doing all of the things! Stay tuned, and don’t forget to send us YOUR questions, your Milk?! With your dinner?! And “I didnt know then, but I”m older now” segments to firstname.lastname@example.org. Sabs is with us once a month to answer YOUR beauty questions, so write to us at email@example.com or DM us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklyn, @truebeautybrooklynpodcast, or @sabsthegoodgirl. We love you guys, and thanks for an incredible first year!
In this Episode we talk with CEO of the Spot Athletics JL Holdsworth. JL talks about his beginning from college football. To being a College Strength Coach at Kentucky. He goes into his time being a world champion powerlifter at his weight class. We talk about him going to Westside Barbell and Conjugate Periodlization. We discuss his RPR which he helps athletes and trainers do self therapy
I've got another brilliant guest interview for you today on Balance Before Burnout. On this weeks episode, I'm chatting to life writer Portia Holdsworth. We have an inspiring conversation about what it's like to reach that ultimate stage of burnout and then rebuilding a life afterwards. We talk about the chronic health illness, societal norms and the pressure that we all sometimes feel to get it all right, from those around us and from ourselves. I really hope you enjoy it! Links I mention in the episode: Contact Portia on Via her website: Contact Alicia: Instagram:
This Week's Geek - Cam Herdt:IG - @mistercamTwitter - @camherdtSpotify Playlist - A playlist of jam bands including Phish. DM for link if interested This Week's Topic - Phish:(Source: Wikipedia - Phish)Phish is an American rock band that formed in Burlington, Vermont, in 1983. The band is known for musical improvisation, extended jams, blending of genres, and a dedicated fan base. The band consists of guitarist Trey Anastasio, bassist Mike Gordon, drummer Jon Fishman, and keyboardist Page McConnell, all of whom perform vocals, with Anastasio being the primary lead vocalist.The band was formed by Anastasio, Gordon, Fishman and guitarist Jeff Holdsworth, who were joined by McConnell in 1985. Holdsworth departed the band in 1986, and the lineup has remained stable since. Phish performed together for 15 years before beginning a two-year hiatus in October 2000. The band regrouped in late 2002, but disbanded again in August 2004. They reunited in March 2009 for a series of three consecutive concerts at Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, Virginia, and have since resumed performing regularly.Phish's music blends elements of a wide variety of genres, including funk, progressive rock, psychedelic rock, folk, country, jazz, blues, bluegrass, and pop. The band was part of a movement of improvisational rock groups, inspired by the Grateful Dead and colloquially known as "jam bands", that gained considerable popularity as touring concert acts in the 1990s. Phish has developed a large and dedicated following by word of mouth, the exchange of live recordings, and selling over 8 million albums and DVDs in the United States. This Week's Thanks:Thanks to Visager for our theme song “Welcome Player.” You can find more of their music at visager.us. That’s V-I-S-A-G-E-R dot U-S. Remember to rate and subscribe to us on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and all your favorite podcast sites. And hey while you’re there leave us a review! We LOVE them. Thank you for listening, dear listeners. We’ll be back next week! Kevin - @RuthInComedy (Twitter and Instagram)Spencer - @whoisspencer (Twitter) / @theotherspencer (Instagram) / old_hands (SoundCloud)GeekOut - @GeekOutGeekOut ((Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook)
Get out your honey and dry brushes gals, we’re here with our resident hair and makeup guru Sabrina Rowe-Holdsworth to walk you through transitioning your skin and hair through fall and winter seasons AND Sabs is going to teach us some Zoom beauty hacks since….well this Pandemic doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon. You guys! Don't forget that Sabs is with us once a month to answer YOUR beauty questions! Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us on Instagram @truebeautybrooklyn, @truebeautybrooklynpodcast, or @sabsthegoodgirl. We want to answer all of your skin, beauty, and hair questions and we want to hear your Milk?! With Your Dinner?! and I didn’t know then, but I’m older now segment stories! Don’t forget to rate us 5-stars, or leave a review on Apple iTunes, and tell a friend to tell a friend if you like the show!If you live locally, make an appointment and come hang with us at www.truebeautybrooklyn.com.To learn more about us and our guests, check out www.truebeautybrooklynpodcast.com.
Welcome to the Theology of the Buddy - a Podcast for Catholics who love the beauty of the Church's Sacred Tradition. This is episode 62. My name is Chris and I'm joined by my co-host Mike. If you are somebody who is looking to grow in their faith in new ways, looking to network with other faithful Catholics who are committed to helping you grow closer to our Blessed Lord, or simply looking for other Catholic voices who are willing to speak the Truth without compromise, you've come to the right place. We are a group of Catholic laity but have learned a lot over the 15+ years we've been friends in the Faith and we want to share that with you. So if you aren't yet, make sure you hit that subscribe button wherever you are listening to ensure you get the best Catholic candid conversations delivered to you every week. While you're at it, don't forget to follow us on social media so you can keep up to date with all of the great content we are sending out. On Today’s Podcast we’re beginning a new series entitled “Sons of Thunder Reacts” wherein Mike and I will be discussing Brian Holdsworth’s worst video. Resources used in this podcast: The video in question:https://youtu.be/8H2vwixa0ns Communion in the hand video from Gabriel Castillo:https://youtu.be/BiUqDa_Gzj0 Thanks so much for listening to today’s podcast! We would love to hear from you guys! Message us on Facebook or DM on Instagram @theologyofthebuddy, find us on Twitter @tradfriends, or email us at email@example.com. You can also send us a voicemail via Facebook Messenger. If you like what you heard today, please consider subscribing to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Youtube, or wherever you listen to great podcasts. Would you also please consider rating and reviewing us on iTunes? We’d greatly appreciate it as it helps us to get noticed within the larger podcast community. Make sure you’re subscribed so you can listen as soon as the next episode is out! We’ll save you a seat at the table. New episodes are released every Wednesday, so until then, Stay TRADDDDDDDDY! Social Media Links: Facebook: www.facebook.com/theologyofthebuddy Instagram: www.instagram.com/theologyofthebuddy Twitter: https://twitter.com/tradfriends Want to help the work of Theology of the Buddy? Buying books and other items from Tumblar House helps us out! Please consider supporting the good people at Tumblar House and your friends at Theology of the Buddy by using this link: https://www.tumblarhouse.com/?rfsn=2493353.84bd5a&utm_source=refersion&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_campaign=2493353.84bd5a Music used in this podcast: Intro Music:https://soundcloud.com/anttu-janhunen/sixth-mass-extinction-royalty-free Time Out - Atch https://soundcloud.com/atch-music Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: http://bit.ly/l-time-out Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/NPnLxESfv50
JL Holdsworth is the Founder of The Spot Athletics, a World Champion powerlifter, and the Co-Founder of Reflexive Performance Reset (RPR). RPR is a system of daily self-care techniques that allow you to improve your performance. Whether you are a business owner, parent, special operations in the military or professional athlete, RPR helps you perform …
In this episode I get to talk shop with Coach JL Holdsworth. JL Holdsworth is a world champion powerlifter, published author and former University of Kentucky strength and conditioning coach. With over 30,000 hours of practical experience and competition best lifts of a 905 lb. squat, 775 lb. bench press, and a 804 lb. deadlift, JL is no doubt one of the strongest and most experienced strength and conditioning coaches in the industry.JL has been the official speed and performance coach for the Major League Lacrosse, Ohio Machine, for the past 3 seasons. He is a highly sought after speaker and has presented internationally on many topics relating to human performance. He regularly consults with major collegiate, NFL and NHL programs such as The New York Jets, St. Louis Blues, University of Clemson & The Ohio State University.In 2010 he founded The Spot Athletics and has built that small private training facility into two 20,000sq. ft. locations in the Columbus, OH area. Along with his facilities, JL is the Co-Founder of Reflexive Performance Reset (RPR), an injury prevention and performance system being used by many top sports organizations around the world. Reflexive Performance Reset USING RPR’S SIMPLE SYSTEM YOU CAN RESET YOUR BODY OUT OF SURVIVAL AND INTO PERFORMANCE.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (http://cash.app/$thefitboss)
We are back from our summer break and joined on the pod this week with our friend and resident hair and makeup guru, Sabrina Rowe Holdsworth. We are tackling aging in today’s beauty school episode, but we thought to try a different approach this week! Our conversation is definitely less skincare science-heavy--hey, even we can only talk about anti-oxidants for so long--and more of a fun chat with your homegirls over drinks! Sabs answers a listener letter about the difference between a CC and BB cream, we hear back from a listener who contacted us in March regarding choosing a serum, and we finish the hang with a few segment rounds.Check out our Instagram @truebeautybrooklyn or @truebeautybrooklynpodcast . Follow Sabrina on instagram @sabsthegoodgirl and check out her gorgeous website and portfolio www.sabrinarowe.com/Visit us at www.truebeautybrooklynpodcast.com to learn more about us, and all of our incredible guests!If you live locally, make an appointment and come check us out at www.truebeautybrooklyn.com. Don’t forget to send us your questions and segment letters to firstname.lastname@example.org . We want to hear from you! Email us at email@example.com
There is a lot of misinformation out there surrounding the topic of steroids and PED's (Performance Enhancing Drugs). Specifically what is the definition of each, how is it different from hormone replacement therapy, and how risky is it if someone decides to dabble into that world. Ali hosts renowned coach & world champion powerlifter JL Holdsworth to discuss the raw, uncensored truth surrounding the intricacies of steroids and PEDs. We know there will definitely be a Part 2!
On todays episode we have a conversation with my dear friend Scott Holdsworth! He has held many titles though his long and successful career in Ortho Device...Global Extremities Director, Hip Product Director, Sales Training Director et al. He is currently Senior Director of Career Development at Medical Sales College, putting his incredible breadth of experience to use with the next generation of device leaders!If you want to be a part of this amazing business, or want to help someone else achieve their dream job, reach out to Scott at:firstname.lastname@example.org You can find more information about the company here:https://medicalsalescollege.comWe find out why Gladys Knights husband smells amazing, why character should be spelled ch"air"acter, and why you never speak ill of anyone....even if you think they deserve it! Character is who we truly are, and good character is the foundation of rock upon which a quality house can be built.
We'll also learn about the botanical illustrator and collector who established a worldwide reputation for his incredible herbarium. We celebrate the great Himalayan and Alpine mountain climbing and writer - he was also a botanist. We also honor bees with today's poetry. We Grow That Garden Library™ with a book gardening in a humane way - helping you create a garden that is healthy and harmonious for all living things. And then we'll wrap things up with an Ode to Basil - my favorite summer crop. But first, let's catch up on some Greetings from Gardeners around the world and today's curated news. Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Gardener Greetings To participate in the Gardener Greetings segment, send your garden pics, stories, birthday wishes and so forth to Jennifer@theDailyGardener.org And, to listen to the show while you're at home, just ask Alexa or Google to play The Daily Gardener Podcast. It's that easy. Curated News The hidden gardens of lockdown | The Guardian "As some of the UK's best-loved gardens prepare to reopen to the public, we ask the head gardeners what has been happening behind their closed gates." Gardener Jess Evans: "I can't lie, it's been amazing, and so peaceful," she says. "It's very easy to stick your head down and just crack on and get things done, but this has given us an opportunity to take stock and look at the garden properly." She has also enjoyed the chance to get her hands dirty. "I'm doing more outdoor work than I have done in ages. Usually, I'd be in the office at least two or three days a week, and yet now I've had the perfect excuse not to be." Hollyhocks | Gardenista "Hollyhocks are designed to give easy access to quantities of pollen, through the open funnels of the single varieties. Just watching a less svelte bee (like a bumblebee) climbing around a hollyhock illustrates how double flowers can be problematic. Aesthetically, the simple singles are very desirable but have been out-marketed by the doubles. The best way to procure singles, in the best colors, is through a generous friend." What's Green and Sings? (Click to read this original post) Alright, that's it for today's gardening news. Now, if you'd like to check out my curated news articles and blog posts for yourself, you're in luck, because I share all of it with the Listener Community in the Free Facebook Group - The Daily Gardener Community. There's no need to take notes or search for links - the next time you're on Facebook, search for Daily Gardener Community and request to join. I'd love to meet you in the group. Important Events 1706 Today is the anniversary of the death of Leonard Plukenet, who had served as the botanist to Queen Mary II. When he died (like almost every plant-lover of his era), he left his collections and herbarium to Sir Hans Sloane, which is how his collections have become one of the oldest still existing at the Natural History Museum in England. As the royal botanist, Plukenet was an important part of botanical society during the 1600s. Along with George London and William Sherard, Plukenet assisted the zealous botanical aspirations of Mary Somerset, Duchess of Beaufort. Her next-door neighbor was Sir Hans Sloane. When she died, she, too, left her herbarium and other valuable botanical items to Sir Hans Sloane. This is how Hans Sloane became a one-man botanical repository, and that repository ultimately became the Natural History Museum. Plukenet played an unforgettable role in the history of the sacred lotus. And in 2011, Corinne Hannah wrote an exceptional piece about Plukenet's name for the sacred lotus. Here's an excerpt from Corinne's marvelous article, which appeared in the Calgary Herald. "[The] English botanist Leonard Plukenet christened the sacred lotus in 1696 as: Nymphaea glandulifera indiae paludibus gardens foliis umbilicatis amplis pediculis spinosis flore rosea-pupureo, ("nim-fay-EE-ah-gland-you-LIFF-er-AH-in-die-EE-pall-ooh-duh-bus-gardens-fol-ee-ice-umb-Bill-ah-CAY-tis-AMP-YOU-lis-ped-DIC-YOU-lis-spin-OH-sis-flora-row-SAH-poo-PURR-EE-oh") or "the marsh-loving, nut-bearing Indian water lily with large, navel-centered leaves, prickly stalks, and rose-purple flowers. Thank heavens for Carl Linnaeus and his invention of binomial nomenclature, which decreed each plant could only be identified with two names! But Linnaeus was not infallible. He, too, initially identified the sacred lotus as being closely related to the water lily family (Nymphaea). Recent genetic testing has confirmed that sacred lotus belongs to a genus unto itself, Nelumbo nucifera. This aquatic plant is not even remotely related to water lilies. In fact, it is far more closely allied to woody plants such as plane trees or banksias. " 1785 Today is the birthday of the great Sir William Jackson Hooker. Hooker was both a botanist and a botanical illustrator, and he was a great friend of Joseph Banks. Thanks to his inheritance, Hooker was wealthy; he didn't need a patron to fund his work or expeditions. Hooker's first expedition was to Iceland in the summer of 1809. The trip was actually Bank's idea. Hooker came along in order to collect specimens, as well as to trial everything he discovered. Unfortunately, during their voyage home from Iceland, there was a terrible fire. Most people don't realize it, but Hooker nearly died. Sadly, all of Hooker's work was destroyed. But it turns out, Hooker's mind was a steel trap. In a remarkable accomplishment, Hooker was able to reconstruct his discoveries and publish an account of his adventure in a book called Tour in Iceland. Over his lifetime, Hooker established a global reputation for his world-class herbarium. By 1841, he was appointed the director of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Hooker elevated Kew to greatness. His leadership resulted in an expanding of the gardens from 10 to 75 acres as well as adding a 270-acre Arboretum and a museum for botany. In 1865, there was a virus going around at Kew. Everyone had sore throats. Soon, Hooker, too, became ill. He was 80 years old. The virus overpowered him, and he died. His son Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, and outstanding botanist in his own right succeeded him at Kew. 1900 Today is the birthday of the great Himalayan and Alpine mountain climber and mountaineering writer Frank Smythe. Frank had a diverse range of interests, which he mastered - including photography, collecting plants, botany, and gardening. He is most remembered for his mountaineering and for discovering and naming the Valley of Flowers in the Western Himalayas in India. During his lifetime, Frank would go on seven expeditions to the Himalayas, where he especially enjoyed botanizing and taking pictures. In 1931, Frank stumbled on the Valley of Flowers along with two other English mountaineers after they got lost. The climbers had just finished ascending Mount Kamet, and they were looking for a place to escape bad oncoming weather. The Valley enchanted them, and the flowers made it seem like they were in a fairyland. When Smyth returned to England, he wrote a book called Kamet Conquered, and in it, he named the area the Valley of Flowers. Well, the name Frank gave the Valley caused a sensation. In one of his later books, Frank wrote about the moment he discovered the Valley: "Within a few minutes, we were out of the wind, and in the rain, which became gradually warmer as we lost height. Dense mist shrouded the mountainside, and we paused, uncertain as to the route when I heard Holdsworth, who was a botanist as well as a climbing member of the Expedition, exclaim, "Look!" I followed the directions of his outstretched hand. At first, I could see nothing but rocks. Then suddenly, my wandering gaze was arrested by a little splash of blue, and beyond it were other splashes of blue, a blue so intense it seemed to light the hillside. Holdsworth wrote: 'All of a sudden, I realized that I was simply surrounded by primulas. At once, the day seemed to brighten perceptibly. Forgotten were all the pains and cold and lost porters. And what a primula it was! Its leek-like habit proclaimed it a member of the nizalis section. All over the little shelves and terraces, it grew, often with its roots in running water. At the most, it stood six inches high, but it's flowers were enormous for its stature, and ample in number— sometimes as many as thirty to the beautifully proportioned umble and in the color of the most heavenly French blue [and] sweetly scented.' In all my mountain wanderings, I had not seen a more beautiful flower than this primula. The fine raindrops clung to its soft petals like galaxies of seed-pearls and frosted its leaves with silver. " Now you can see how Frank's writing inspired so many people to make a pilgrimage to the Valley. For the people who make the trek, the Valley of Flowers is a seven-day trip from Delhi. It is now a protected national park. As the name implies, it is a lush area famous for the millions of alpine flowers that cover the hills and slopes and nestle along icy flowing streams. Through most of the year, the Valley of Flowers remains hidden, buried under several feet of snow throughout a seven-to-eight-month-long winter. In March, the melting snow and monsoon activate a new growing season. There is a brief 3-4 month window when the Valley of Flowers is accessible – generally during the months of July, August, and September. In 1937, Frank returned to the Valley, where he especially enjoyed botanizing. He gathered specimens and seeds and documented his discoveries. The Valley of Flowers is home to over 500 varieties of wildflowers, and many are still considered rare. Along with daisies, poppies, and marigolds, there are primulas and orchids growing wild. The rare Blue Poppy, commonly known as the Himalayan Queen, is the most coveted plant in the Valley. Unearthed Words Today's poetry is all about the buzz of July: Bees. The hum of bees is the voice of the garden. — Elizabeth Lawrence, garden writer The dandelions and buttercups gild all the lawn: the drowsy Bee stumbles among the clover tops, and summer sweetens all to me. — James Russell Lowell, American Romantic poet "And pray, who are you?" Said the Violet blue To the Bee, with surprise, At his wonderful size, In her eyeglass of dew. "I, madam," quoth he, "Am a publican, Bee, Collecting the tax Of honey and wax. Have you nothing for me?" — John Bannister Tabb, American poet and priest, The Violet and the Bee Answer July— Where is the Bee— Where is the Blush— Where is the Hay? Ah, said July— Where is the Seed— Where is the Bud— Where is the May— Answer Thee—Me— ― Emily Dickinson, American poet All day the bees have come to the garden. They hover, swivel in arcs and, whirling, light On stamens heavy with pollen, probe and revel Inside the yellow and red starbursts of dahlias Or cling to lobelia's blue-white mouths Or climb the speckled trumpets of foxgloves. My restless eyes follow their restlessness As they plunge bodily headfirst into treasure, Gold-fevered among these horns of plenty. They circle me, a flowerless patch With nothing to offer in the way of sweetness Or light against the first omens of evening. Some, even now, are dying at the end Of their few weeks, some being born in the dark, Some simply waiting for life, but some are dancing Deep in their hives, telling the hungry The sun will be that way, the garden this far: This is the way to the garden. They hum at my ear. And I wake up, startled, seeing the early Stars beginning to bud in constellations. The bees have gathered somewhere like petals closing For the coming of the cold. The silhouette Of a sphinx moth swerves to drink at a flowerhead. The night-blooming moon opens its pale corolla. — David Wagoner, American poet, Falling Asleep In The Garden Grow That Garden Library The Humane Gardener by Nancy Lawson This book came out in 2017, and the subtitle is: Nurturing a Backyard Habitat for Wildlife (How to Create a Sustainable and Ethical Garden that Promotes Native Wildlife, Plants, and Biodiversity) In Nancy's words: "A humane gardener challenges herself to see the world through the eyes (and ears and noses and antennae) of other species, from the easy-to-love butterflies and birds to the more misunderstood moles and beetles and wasps and groundhogs. She appreciates all the creatures just trying to make a life outside her door, rather than applying compassion selectively to some species and not others." The book is 224 pages of valuable, inspirational, and critical information designed to help you create a garden that is healthy and harmonious for all living things. You can get a copy of The Humane Gardener by Nancy Lawson and support the show, using the Amazon Link in today's Show Notes for around $16. Today's Botanic Spark 2015 On this day, Leah Raup, over at the unboredhousewife.com, wrote an ode to Basil. It's a delight. Basil, sweet basil, you are a true summer treat. Straight from the plant is the only way to eat your tender green leaves on Caprese salad or penne, the uses for you are vast – they are many. In ice cream or cookies you're an unexpected flavor, you make me creative and cause me to savor the warm summer air and my bare feet in the grass. I'm pondering ways to store you when autumn comes to pass.
Don't Separate the Body from Mind Reflexive Performance Reset. You’ve heard the term RPR slung around the scene some time now, including on this podcast, but what IS it actually? This week we are joined by J.L. Holdsworth to discuss just that. Hear how the use of breath work and tactile input on very specific…
Educator, producer, and facilitator Samantha Holdsworth tells us about the downright inspiring creative work she does with young people, how art can be used for social change, and why clowns are not -- repeat, not -- scary.Co-founded with Greg Klerkx in 2006, Nimble Fish creates theatrical productions and public programmes designed to make meaningful impacts in communities across the country. Clowns without Borders UK is a part of an international support network that brings joy, laughter, and emotional relief to children in areas of humanitarian crisis. www.nimble-fish.co.uk www.clownswithoutborders.org.uk@samantha_holdsworth@clownswithoutbordersukSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/betweentwocurators)
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Host Dr. Chris Hicks is joined by AMSSM Past Presidents Dr. John DiFiori and Dr. Jon Divine to discuss the ketogenic diet and how it affects athletes and their performance.In this entertaining podcast, we will be discussing the following topics:What is a Ketogenic Diet?What are the ratios of fats, carbohydrates and proteins that define the Ketogenic Diet?What does the high-fat content in Ketogenic Diet mean for athletes’ overall health?Are there any negatives that accompany this diet?Does the Ketogenic diet offer any enhancements in athletic performance?What are the overall recommendations for athletes and Ketogenic Diet?REFERENCES:Hyun-seung Rhyu, et al. The effects of a ketogenic diet on oxidative stress and antioxidative capacity markers of Taekwondo athletes. Journal of Exercise Rehab. 2014;10(6):362-366.Seidelmann, Sara B. et al. Dietary carbohydrate intake and mortality: a prospective cohort study and meta-analysis. Lancet Public Health. 2018(18)2468-2667.Paoli, Antonio et al. Ketogenic diet does not affect strength performance in elite artistic gymnasts. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition. 2012, 9:34.Urbain, Paul et al. Impact of a 6-week non-energy-restricted ketogenic diet on physical fitness, body composition and biochemical parameters in healthy adults. Nutrition and Metabolism. 2017, 14:17.Wilson, Jacob M. et al. The effects of ketogenic dieting on body composition, strength, power and hormonal profiles in resistance training males. Journal of Strength and Conditioning.Holdsworth, David A. et al. A ketone ester drink increases postexercise muscle glycogen synthesis in humans. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 2017.Burke, Louise M. et al. Low carbohydrate, high fat diet impairs exercise economy and negates the performance benefit from intensified training in elite race walkers. J. Physiol 000.00(2017) 1-23.
JL Holdsworth is a world champion powerlifter, author, and former strength & conditioning coach of the University of Kentucky. He is also the owner and founder of The Spot Athletics in Columbus, OH and the creator of Reflexive Performance Reset (RPR). Hit up JL on Twitter: https://twitter.com/_coachJL and on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coach_jl/ Subscribe to the Podcast on on Platforms! ➢ https://lnk.to/PowerProjectPodcast Visit our sponsors: ➢Icon Meals: http://iconmeals.com/ Use Code "POWERPROJECT" for 10% off ➢Piedmontese Beef: https://www.piedmontese.com/ Use Code "POWERPROJECT" at checkout for 25% off your order plus FREE 2-Day Shipping on orders of $99 ➢Perfect Keto: http://perfectketo.com/powerproject Use Code "POWERPROJECT10" at checkout for $10 off $40 or more! ➢SHOP NOW: https://markbellslingshot.com/ Enter Discount code, "POWERPROJECT" at checkout and receive 15% off all Sling Shots Follow Mark Bell's Power Project Podcast ➢ Insta: https://www.instagram.com/markbellspowerproject ➢ https://www.facebook.com/markbellspowerproject ➢ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbpowerproject ➢ LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/powerproject/ ➢ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/markbellspowerproject ➢TikTok: http://bit.ly/pptiktok FOLLOW Mark Bell ➢ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marksmellybell ➢ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarkBellSuperTraining ➢ Twitter: https://twitter.com/marksmellybell ➢ Snapchat: marksmellybell ➢Mark Bell's Daily Workouts, Nutrition and More: https://www.markbell.com/ Follow Nsima Inyang ➢ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nsimainyang/ Podcast Produced by Andrew Zaragoza ➢ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamandrewz
Our inaugural guest is someone that I am so honored to call a dear friend, and mentor, celebrity hairstylist and makeup artist, Sabrina Rowe Holdsworth. Sabrina is a powerhouse whose work can be seen in countless magazines like all of the Vogues, Essence, Elle, Instyle, Architecture Digest, Marie Claire, (really the list goes on and on), and on TV, most recently on HBO’s Two Dope Queens comedy specials. The first rows of tiles on Sabrina’s Instagram page @sabsthegoodgirl is like a who's who of WOC bad bitches. The woman works with all of your fave’s fave’s like Ilana Glazer, Lena Waithe, Uzo Aduba, fashion icon Elaine Welteroth, and she is 1/3 of Phoebe Robinson’s glam squad. So anytime you see Phoebe on TV or in print, chances are my girl Sabrina wasn’t standing too far from her, just out of frame. She toured with Phoebe and Michelle Obama on my forever first lady’s 2018/2019 Becoming book tour and tells us all about meeting and hugging Auntie Michelle. I should mention Sabrina is not only my homegirl, but she’s also my hairstylist. She’s the type of friend who says, if you’re coming over to talk to me, I’m going to fix your hair while we’re at it. And so she did. You’ll hear a few apologies from her as she detangles my hair, and retwists my locks during our conversation. Don't forget to email us at email@example.com with any questions, or comments! Follow us on IG @truebeautybrooklyn and please share our show with your friends!
Want to learn more about proper strength training principles and how to program? Check out my webinar here: https://brettbartholomew.net/product/foundations-of-program-design-a-primer/ This information is kept free by our partnership with Momentous. To learn more about Momentous and what they do to help our community go to livemomentous.com/brett. As part of the Art of Coaching audience, you can receive $20 off your 1st order of Momentous by using code BRETT20 at checkout. (Minimum purchase amount of $50). J.L. Holdsworth is a world champion powerlifter, published author and former University of Kentucky strength and conditioning coach. With over 30,000 hours of practical experience and competition best lifts of a 905 lb. squat, 775 lb. bench press, and a 804 lb. deadlift, J.L. is no doubt one of the strongest and most experienced strength and conditioning coaches in the industry. In 2010 he founded The Spot Athletics and has built that small private training facility into two 20,000sq. ft. locations in the Columbus, OH area. Along with his facilities, J.L. is the Co-Founder of Reflexive Performance Reset (RPR), an injury prevention and performance system being used by many top sports organizations around the world. Topics discussed with J.L. on today's episode: Who is J.L. Holdsworth and how have mistakes along the way shaped his career The constant evolutionary mission of J.L.'s life and how he is leveraging this today to help others How selfishness led J.L. down the entrepreneurial path and the opening of his own gym "If we don't know and own our story, our coaching will be dictated by a story we don't understand" What will happen if you do not follow the order of operations when training athletes of all levels The madness created by researchers coming to conclusions on powerlifting with 2/3 of the information The circumstances that have changed J.L.'s view of the world and understanding where people are coming from Reach out to J.L. Via website: www.reflexiveperformance.com Via Instagram: @coach_jl Sign up for my course: https://courses.artofcoaching.com/signup Follow me on social media: Via Instagram: @coach_BrettB Via Twitter: @coach_BrettB Subscribe to my youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChxkPJr4WMhAeQUlOu6ld-w Learn More About My Courses, Clinics, and Live Events At: artofcoaching.com
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JL Holdsworth is a world champion powerlifter, published author, and former University of Kentucky strength and conditioning coach. The guy can not only talk the talk, but he can walk the walk as well as anyone in the game. With over 30,000 hours of practical experience and competition best lifts of a 905 lb. squat, 775 lb. bench press and a 804 lb. deadlift, he’s one of the strongest and most experienced S&C Coaches in the industry. In 2010 he founded The Spot Athletics and has built that small private training facility into two 20,000sq ft. locations in Columbus, OH. Along with his facilities, JL is the Co-Founder of Reflexive Performance Reset (RPR), an injury prevention and performance system being used by many top sports organizations around the world. Whether you’re a gym owner or fitness pro looking to grow your business, or you’re someone who wants to know how to build and strengthen your own body, you’ll find a ton of value in this awesome interview with JL. Listen as we discuss: What sparked his desire to make people bigger, stronger & faster? [6:14] His fall from grace, loss of identity and how he found his purpose. [10:05] How does one go from living out of their car to starting their own business? [14:00] The ONE policy his lives by: Do the right thing! [18:56] Should you be scared sh*tless every day? [21:18] Why he values people more than anything. [24:00] How he evolved from anger to “shifting his neurology”. [25:16] Understanding the parasympathetic/sympathetic nervous system and how the Reflexive Performance System (RPR) has changed his life. [37:15] The simplicity of his system and why the results speak for themselves. [49:11] How can people learn RPR? [55:02] Why the universe has a way of making things work out. [58:49] This episode is brought to you by biOptimizers. kApex is THE most affordable, highly effective way to supercharge your transformation, shed excess weight, and gives you focused energy and drive for 6-10 hours. Go to www.kenergize.com/jay to order yours and receive 20% off your order with the coupon code JAY20.