Dirty Moderate with Adam Epstein
This episode we are going to talk about the total fuckery of FOX News. I'll share some of my front line observations from my time as a regular in 2019 on Trish Regan's now defunct FOX News show. It wasn't all pretty, folks, but this Dominion lawsuit? WOW... In March 2021, Dominion Voting Systems filed a defamation lawsuit against Fox News Network for the false claims the network pushed after the election. Those false claims were extensive: In the two-week period after Fox News declared Joe Biden the president-elect, the network questioned the results of the election or pushed conspiracy theories about it almost 800 times, including the seemingly fact-free theory that Dominion voting machines were "hacked" despite having no evidence of the alleged hacking. They. Knew. It. Was. A. LIE.Here is a taste of the absolute carnival of bullshit that came out of the filing. These are actual FACTS, not some garbage theory:Fox star Tucker Carlson to his producer Alex Pfeiffer about Sidney Powell, one of Trump's campaign lawyers: “Powell is lying.” [11/16/20]Carlson to Ingraham: “Sidney Powell is lying by the way. I caught her. It's insane.” Ingraham replied: “Sidney is a complete nut. No one will work with her. Ditto with Rudy.” Carlson replied: “It's unbelievably offensive to me. Our viewers are good people and they believe it.” [11/19/20]Fox Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch after watching Giuliani and Powell on November 19, 2020: “Terrible stuff damaging everybody, I fear.” Fox reporter Lucas Tomlinson to anchor Bret Baier: “It's dangerously insane these conspiracy theories.” [12/1/2020]And the list goes on and on and on. Roughly one in five Fox News viewers trust the network less after the defamation lawsuit brought by Dominion Voting Systems revealed text messages and emails from top figures at the network expressing doubt about former President Trump's false claims of voter fraud during the 2020 election, according to a new poll conducted by Maru Group for Variety Intelligence Platform. Let's see where this goes. Subscribe to our Substack for your passport to Dirty Moderate Nation-the port in America's political storm for lovers of democracy seeking shelter from polarization and autocracy.
“Your self-worth is not going to be married to what number reflects your name on the leaderboard. … At the end of the day, it's more important to know that you did the best effort that you could, to know that you now have some good insight into some things that can maybe improve your training.” — Adrian BozmanCompetition Director Adrian Bozman joins host Chase Ingraham in today's episode to recap the 2023 NOBULL CrossFit Games Open and look ahead to the second stop on the road to the Games — Quarterfinals.After three weeks, four tests, and hundreds of thousands of competitors, the Open has come to an end. Boz gives insight into the programming for this year's Open and details “big ticket” ideas he wanted to implement each week, including movement variety, a repeat element, and a heavy lift.He also explains the value in benchmark and repeat workouts on an individual and community scale, and offers advice and encouragement on athlete growth to those who were discouraged or disappointed with their performances this year.With the Open in the rearview, Ingraham and Boz look ahead to Quarterfinals with individuals up first.In addition to reviewing Quarterfinals details, including invite schedules, floor plan releases, and score submission dates, the pair also discusses some of the reasons why the Quarterfinals stage of competition is a special time for the CrossFit community.“(Quarterfinals) is a celebration of our champions, our local champions, and the people within our affiliates that are top of the top,” Boz says.Boz also reminds Quarterfinalists that only athletes who qualify for Quarterfinals and register for the competition will be included in the worldwide ranking calculation.Find out what Boz learned from this year's Open, analyze top scores from the Open leaderboard with the crew, and learn best score submission practices for Quarterfinals.Learn More About Quarterfinals:The Worldwide Ranking System: How It Works → https://games.crossfit.com/article/worldwide-ranking-system-how-it-works/gamesWhat Are Quarterfinals? → https://games.crossfit.com/article/what-are-2023-crossfit-games-quarterfinalsQuarterfinals Schedule → https://games.crossfit.com/quarterfinals/scheduleCrossFit Open Leaderboard → https://games.crossfit.com/leaderboard/openPresented by RP Strength.
Some of America's leading First Amendment attorneys are now suggesting Fox News could lose its $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit filed by Dominion Voting Machines. How do you prove defamation? How embarrassing will the trial be for Carlson, Hannity and Ingraham? We talk with lawyer and minister The Reverend Barry W. Lynn from Americans United For Separation of Church and State. Guests: Howie Klein, from Down With Tyranny, and The Rev. Barry W. Lynn from Americans for Separation of Church and State. Chapters: 00:00 The Rev. Barry W. Lynn on Dominion's defamation lawsuit, and whether Fox News is going to lose. What would it mean if Fox did lose? Would it matter to their viewers? 29:30 David plays a rarely heard clip of Tucker Carlson admitting he's a liar. Then David talks about the protests in France, and why Americans would be far better off if we occasionally shut it all down. 1:29:20 David does The News. Protests in France, and CPAC. SUBSCRIBE TO DAVID'S NEWSLETTER: Take David wherever you go by subscribing to this show as a podcast! Here's how: . And Subscribe to this channel. SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MEDIA: . More David @ Get Social With David: Facebook: . Twitter: iTunes: . . More David @ Get Social With David: Facebook: . Twitter: iTunes: .
“We all have our weaknesses. We're all exposed at some point.” — Stacie TovarEight-time CrossFit Games athlete Stacie Tovar and Games athlete, coach, and CrossFit analyst Adrian Conway join host Chase Ingraham on the podcast to recap Open Test 23.3 and look ahead to Quarterfinals.In today's episode, Ingraham, Tovar, and Conway give their initial reactions to the final Open test. They offer their perspectives about the six-minute time cap, including the value of a short time domain, and discuss different varieties of intensity levels. The crew also discusses the coach's role in athletes' growth from failure and/or challenges.The group reflects on the Open as a whole, sharing their opinions on the balance of the tests and lessons they've learned as coaches and athletes. They also highlight surprising performances and moments from the three-week competition.With the Open behind us and Quarterfinals up next, Ingraham and the crew throw around possible movement combinations and workout structures they'd like to see in the next stage of competition with Tovar recognizing, "anything is possible with Boz at this point."Also in this episode, hear from Mal O'Brien as she chats with Sean Woodland about her performance in the live announcement of Open Test 23.3.Join the conversation about this year's Open and get ready for Quarterfinals. Individual Quarterfinals begin March 16.Learn more about Quarterfinals here → https://games.crossfit.com/article/what-are-2023-crossfit-games-quarterfinals
In this episode, who we are and what we do. At least 40 Americans are currently being detained in 11 foreign countries. More Americans crossing into Mexico met with gunfire.
Jim is joined by NBA Analyst Bill Ingraham to discuss the Hall of Fame candidacy of NBA Power Forward Otis Thorpe. First, Bill and Jim cover Thorpe's massive hands and his signature one-handed rebounds (14:41). Next, they discuss his performance during the 1994 Houston Rockets Championship run, why Thorpe reminds them both of Aaron Gordon, and how by playing 1,257 games allowed Thorpe to put up HOF-level point and rebound totals (17:26). Finally, they rank Thorpe among the best PFs of the 1990s (46:27), before making a final call on whether or not Thorpe deserves a place in the HOF (52:59).
There are more women in the trade show industry that we know. For this episode, we have not just one, but two guests! What a perfect way to start Women's Month!Join Map Your Show's Regional Vice President, Abby Ingraham, and Marketing Associate, Madison Frye, as they give an in-depth view of women in the trade show industry at varying points in their careers.We Discuss:Advice for women thinking about a career in this industryCreate a work-to-life balanceMentorshipEvents for women in the industry to help build and empower themAbby and Madison's Top Tips:The industry is a welcoming and engaging place for your career to prosper, no matter the stage of your career.Abby and Madison's Key Takeaways:Make work-life balance a priority in your life. You can't pour from an empty cup.The industry is a welcoming and engaging place for your career to prosper, no matter the stage of your career.Get in touch with Abby Ingraham and Madison Frye on:Abby's LinkedIn profileMadison's LinkedIn profileMap Your Show LinkedIn page mapyourshow.com/contactGet the Trade Show University email newsletter for weekly tips, tools, and expert advice to maximize the ROI for your next trade show or event - all for FREE!Visit tradeshowu.biz and drop your email on the home page!Subscribe at Apple Google Spotify
What's Trending: The Attorney General is pushing a very dangerous bill, could be the most dangerous in legislative history, this bill goes after free speech, GUEST: Libs of TikTok creator Chaya Ratchik on the rise of her platform and what she's tackling next on behalf of kids and families, GUEST: Tom Homan (former acting director of ICE) on the crisis at the border // GUEST: Sen. Marsha Blackburn on the rise of the Chinese threat and lab leak reveal. // Students from Ingraham High School speak out regarding the recent school shooting, many are asking the question of when will I be able to feel safe inside the school?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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“It was definitely a really, really good test of fitness. I enjoyed it.”Eight-time CrossFit Games athlete and co-owner of Big Omaha Fitness, Stacie Tovar, returns to break down both parts of Open Test 23.2 with host Chase Ingraham. After giving her initial thoughts about the second test of the Open, Tovar shares her perspective as an affiliate owner about setting up, programming, and preparing her athletes for 23.2. Tovar and Ingraham also discuss the new thruster standard, referring back to the standards listed in Thruster Ladder from the 2011 Regional. The pair dive into some of the top scores on the leaderboard and discuss Roman Khrennikov's and Pat Vellner's performances at the live announcement. Get Tovar's and Ingraham's predictions for 23.3, leaning on past Open experiences to make their guesses, and hear from Tovar on hosting the live announcement of 23.3 and joining Sean Woodland and Annie Sakamoto on the broadcast at CrossFit Omaha. Also in this episode, Tommy Marquez chats with Pat Vellner about his approach to Open Test 23.2 and his experience at his fourth live Open announcement. Tune in on Thursday, March 2, at games.crossfit.com to watch Mal O'Brien go toe-to-toe with Danielle Brandon in Open Test 23.3, live from CrossFit Omaha.Presented by RP Strength. RP Strength is giving away an all expense paid trip for two to train with Rich Froning. Enter for a chance to win → https://cf.games/23open_rp
Michael offers thoughts on the revelations in a public legal filing that Fox Corporation Chairman Rupert Murdoch acknowledged that Fox News hosts endorsed false stolen election claims in the 2020 presidential race.
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“This is the first stage of finding the absolute fittest person in the world and to see where we've come from, just think about this workout being written in 2014 … it's just kind of crazy to think about. … I look at that leaderboard and I can't even believe these numbers that I'm seeing. … It's just mind blowing.” Eight-time CrossFit Games athlete Stacie Tovar joins host Chase Ingraham on the podcast to break down Open Test 23.1, a repeat of Open Workout 14.4, and share her predictions for Open Test 23.2.After sharing her story of becoming an affiliate owner, Tovar — owner of Big Omaha Fitness, home of CrossFit Omaha — breaks down the men's and women's 23.1 leaderboards with Ingraham. The pair highlight top scores, and also discuss the impact and evolution of CrossFit athletes' fitness over the years.Tovar reminisces on her own performance from 14.4 and explains how her strategy from 2014 still worked for her years, heading into 23.1.Tovar also pulls from her past experiences as a competitive athlete and offers advice to the younger generation of up-and-coming competitive athletes saying, “Soak it up, surround yourself with people willing to help you, go all in.”Hear more from Tovar on why being an affiliate owner brings her so much joy, how Haley Adams is inspiring others to be vocal about the challenges of being a competitor, and what movements she thinks could appear in Week 2 of the Open.Also in this episode, hear from CrossFit Games athletes Lazar Dukic and Laura Horvath — who, along with Gabi Migala and Bjorgvin Karl Gudmundsson, helped kick off the 2023 NOBULL CrossFit Games Open from Madrid, Spain — as they share their movement strategy and overall opinions about their performances in the live announcement of Open Test 23.1.Watch the live announcement of Open Test 23.1 on the CrossFit Games YouTube channel.Presented by Chipotle. Join Chipotle Rewards for Freepotle → https://cf.games/23open_chipotle
This week we get to dive into the life and career of Ret. Lt Col Ivan Ingraham. Ivan was stationed at 1st Recon for some time before stepping into his role running Marines through Amphibious Reconnaissance School in the Marines, then into a bigger role at MARSOC. Ivan steps in to share some items that he has learned along his 24-year career through the Marine Corps as well as to fill us in on what he is currently doing now.Listen to this episode and reach out to Ivan below.Ivan F. Ingrahamivan@goldencompassllc.comwww.goldencompassllc.com Contact Thad - VictoriousVeteranProject@Gmail.comThanks for listening!
Countdown with Keith Olbermann
EPISODE 136: COUNTDOWN WITH KEITH OLBERMANN A-Block (1:41) The death of baseball's legendary television analyst Tim McCarver, easily one of the most beloved people in the sport, and in broadcasting. I knew him for 42 years and for whatever criticisms he took late in his career from listeners who didn't realize all the other ones were merely doing impressions of him, in 1983 he literally, personally, saved my love of the game. He was a pleasure to work with, and as I have been saying for 20 years, his insight in literally the last 60 seconds of the bottom of the 9th inning of the 7th Game of the most emotional season in baseball history was the television equivalent of Bill Mazeroski's home run to win the 1960 World Series. B-Block (19:55) POSTSCRIPTS TO THE NEWS: The Fox News texts are out. Tucker Carlson was afraid Trump would destroy them, but telling the truth about him would tank the stock price. He, Ingraham and Hannity all thought Rudy Giuliani was crazy. The News Chief tried to stop news. Perjury in the Trump Atlanta case? How many people did Senator Fetterman help yesterday? Now that he's proven he can live on his own, why is the Central Park Zoo setting a honey trap to re-capture Flaco the Owl? And can anyone stop the Killer Windows of Russia? (25:48) THE WORST PERSONS IN THE WORLD: Nikki Haley would struggle with the math part of her own Presidential Candidate Mental Competency Test, Ann Coulter makes you feel sympathy for Nikki Haley, and a German choreographer says: I am an artist and you have criticized me, so, I will now smear my dog's feces on your face. C-Block (31:50) EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY: Falcon, Rio, Titan, Torino, and Tundra - five pups with Parvo in Texas (32:50) FRIDAYS WITH THURBER: fittingly on the occasion of the loss of a great baseball broadcaster, Thurber's story that begins with the words of another great baseball broadcaster: "The Catbird Seat."See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“There are some pretty extreme situations out there that we don't want to have as a barrier for people who legitimately want to qualify and compete. Those were the problems we're trying to solve with this exemption region, is how do we take care of particularly the athletes that are going to have to travel for Semifinals and the Games? How do we take care of those athletes that find themselves on the margins of this citizenship qualification process?.” — Adrian BozmanAthlete Communications Manager and CrossFit Coach (CF-L4) Becky Harsh and Competition Director Adrian Bozman join host Chase Ingraham to talk about competition region exemptions.New for the 2023 NOBULL CrossFit Games season, individual athletes who reside in a region outside of their country of citizenship and believe they may advance to an in-person Semifinal competition were able to request an exemption to be placed in a different competition region.Harsh and Bozman give insight into how and why this exemption process came about, and review and clarify the process from start to finish, digging into the criteria and information athletes needed to provide in their application.The pair also share examples of cases they viewed this year and encourage anyone with questions to reach out for further information and clarification.Learn more about competition region exemptions and other uncommon situations in Section 1.09 of the 2023 Rulebook at games.crossfit.com/rules.Presented by NOBULL.
The 14-year-old suspected of fatally shooting a 17-year-old classmate at Seattle's Ingraham High School in November had brought weapons to school one month earlier, records show.
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“The worldwide ranking will have an effect on how many final positions there are out of your Semifinals and into the Games, but the process of getting (to the Games) has not changed.” — Adrian Bozman Competition Director Adrian Bozman and Senior Manager of the Competition Team Dave Eubanks join the podcast to explain the strength-of-field calculation for the 2023 NOBULL CrossFit Games season.Last episode, Bozman and Eubanks described a new worldwide ranking system — a sliding two-year span of data where athletes earn points based on their performances during the Games season — and explained that one of the system's functions would be to finalize the number of Games-qualifying spots for each Semifinal event.Each competition region has the opportunity to add to its minimum number of guaranteed Games-qualifying position(s).(Watch “Worldwide Ranking System Explained” here → https://youtu.be/bsXOGSnZGeM) CrossFit will use the top 100 athletes in the worldwide rankings* after the 2023 Quarterfinals to determine the relative strength of field at each Semifinal.In this episode, Eubanks and Bozman fully break down the formula — based on the D'Hondt method — used to calculate the strength of field, and give an example of how it will work. The pair also give insight into how the D'Hondt method was chosen and why the top 100 athletes in the worldwide ranking is the pool size used in the calculation.Learn more about the strength-of-field calculation and see it in action with a hypothetical distribution of the top 100 women here → https://games.crossfit.com/article/strength-field-explained Sign up for the 2023 NOBULL CrossFit Games Open at games.crossfit.com.*Note: the top 100 in the worldwide rankings are based on the previous two years of competition results. This list is not simply the top 100 athletes from the 2023 Quarterfinals competition.Presented by NOBULL.
Your Natural Dog with Angela Ardolino - Formerly It's A Dog's Life
Zoopharmacognosy is the study of how animals self-medicate using natural substances. It has been found that many animals, including dogs, have the ability to self-medicate using natural herbs and mushrooms. This can help them to maintain their health and well-being, and address a variety of health conditions. In this episode of Your Natural Dog, we're joined by Caroline Ingraham, leading expert in the field of animal self-medication and founder of Applied Zoopharmacognosy. She joins us to discuss how dogs can benefit from animal self selection. Episode Recap: What is Zoopharmacognosy? Self Selection in the Wild Essential Oils for Pets Success Stories How to Help your Dog Helping with Pain, Inflammation Helping with Anxiety Use code RADIO for 15% off your first order at https://cbddoghealth.com/Use code MYCO10 for 10% off your order of https://mycodog.com/Episode Resources: Visit Caroline Ingraham's Website Follow Caroline on Instagram Have a question about your pet that you want answered on the podcast? Email us at Carter@yournaturaldog.com Angela Ardolino CBD Dog Health Shop Natural Products for Pets Note: Like all discount codes, they don't last furever!Follow Your Natural Dog on Facebook and Instagram and if you want to see what Angie (our founder) is up to, follow her on Facebook
“The basic system is very simple — as athletes compete through the season, they can gain points for each stage of the season that they compete in. Obviously, you're gonna get more points for placing higher and less points for placing lower, and your worldwide ranking will be determined based on the total number of points that you've accumulated over the season, or in this case, two years.” — Adrian BozmanA new worldwide ranking system was recently introduced for the 2023 CrossFit Games season.Using a sliding two-year span of data, athletes will earn points — based on their performances during the four stages of competition — that will be used to calculate their ranking. Available points will increase as athletes advance through the season. One of the worldwide ranking system's functions will be to determine the final number of Games-qualifying spots at each Semifinal event.In this episode, Competition Director Adrian Bozman and Senior Manager of the Competition Team Dave Eubanks join host Chase Ingraham to explain this new system in depth and give insight into the thinking and decision-making behind this new process.Hear from Boz and Eubanks as they break down the point system, explaining how athletes will earn points during each stage of the season and how many are up for grabs, and briefly explain how this ranking system will be used to determine the strength of field at Semifinal competitions.Learn more about why athletes will be ranked on a worldwide level during the Open and Quarterfinals, and how points will be allocated during the Semifinal and Games stages.In order to earn points toward your ranking, you've got to play. It all starts with the CrossFit Open.Sign up today for the 2023 NOBULL CrossFit Games Open at open.crossfit.com.
Gun violence in schools has only gotten more common in the past decade. Often, it's young people themselves who are shouldering the burden of finding solutions to the crisis. The shooting at Ingraham High School in November is just one of many tragic examples.Youth reporters Antonio Nevarez and Hayden Andersen explain what changes local youth advocates want to see in the face of the Ingraham shooting, and how young people can get involved in solutions.We can only make Seattle Now because listeners support us. Make the show happen by making a gift to KUOW: https://www.kuow.org/donate/seattlenowAnd we want to hear from you! Follow us on Instagram at SeattleNowPod, or leave us feedback online: https://www.kuow.org/feedback
This Episode we interview Mary Steiner, Kristen Ingraham-Morgan, Mike Messner about their take on being a Gym Owner. Welcome to the Gym Lords Podcast, where we talk with successful gym owners to hear what they're doing that is working RIGHT NOW, and to hear lessons and failures they've learned along the way. We would love to share your story! If you'd like to be featured on the podcast, fill out the form on the link below. https://gymlaunchsecrets.com/podcast
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In a post-COVID era, parents are more aware of the Left's influence over academia. Their demand is loud and clear: quality, transparency, respect, and choice. The Left's extreme ideologies have taken root in school policies, practices, and curricula. What does the future hold for education in America and how can the conservative movement fight […]
Welcome to the Type1lifting Podcast Episode 81 In this episode I sit down with Announcer and Box owner Chase Ingraham. In this episode we talk about how he got into CrossFit, why he hates deadlifts, and being a dad. Help support the channel Venmo @Thomas-lennon-4 Link to the type1lifting website store https://type1lifting.com Proceeds of the shirts go to the Children's Diabetes Foundation Please subscribe to my Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/@Type1Lifting Subscribe for more Episodes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/type1lifting/id1493068726 Or listen on Spotify app: https://open.spotify.com/show/1di7ozscKMvQXo0kNn4b6j?si=e9e487aba4c041d2 Share this video with a friend: Liberte Lifestyle: https://libertelifestyles.com use promo code TYPE1 Listen next – Let's connect online: Instagram – @Type1Lifting Twitter – @Type1Lifting LinkedIn – THOMAS LENNON Facebook - Type1Lifting Youtube - @Type1Lifting Thank you for listening and please leave a review so I can help this podcast grow. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/type1lifting/support
In a post-COVID era, parents are more aware of the Left's influence over academia. Their demand is loud and clear: quality, transparency, respect, and choice. The Left's extreme ideologies have taken root in school policies, practices, and curricula. What does the future hold for education in America and how can the conservative movement fight back against education indoctrination? This National School Choice Week, Dr. Keri Ingraham joins the show to discuss the importance of breaking the K-12 education monopoly, the necessity of school choice, and equity in education. A former classroom teacher, coach, and school administrator, Dr. Keri Ingraham currently serves as Fellow and Director of the Discovery Institute's American Center for Transforming Education where she focuses much of her work on educational freedom and parent empowerment. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Jim is joined by HOF voter and sportswriter Jim Ingraham to discuss the Hall of Fame candidacy of former MLB centerfielder Kenny Lofton. First, Jim talks about Lofton's first spring training with Cleveland and how in awe everyone was with Lofton's out of this world athleticism (6:28). Next, they discuss Lofton's ridiculous baserunning in Game 6 of the 1995 ALCS, how Lofton compares favorably to Tim Raines, and where Lofton's stellar WAR places him among the greatest centerfielders in MLB history (15:05). Finally, they cover how Lofton stacks up against the best centerfielders of the 1990s (37:50), before making a final call on whether or not Lofton deserves a plaque in Cooperstown (42:22).
“(Adrian Bozman) is probably about to dose us up with what we're missing or what he thinks we're missing.” — Adrian ConwayFormer CrossFit Games athlete and coachAdrian Conway joins host Chase Ingraham on the podcast this week to review the newly released equipment list for the online stages of the 2023 season and talk about how to prepare for the upcoming CrossFit Open.“The equipment list for not just the Open — that's the thing. The equipment list just got unveiled from CrossFit, and it said ‘All Online Competition' equipment list.” — Chase IngrahamThe launch of early registration for the Open and the recent unveiling of the equipment list for the online stages of competition provide affiliate owners, athletes, and coaches an opportunity to get ready for the upcoming season.In this episode, Conway offers ways athletes can begin prepping for the Open, noting that consistency is a great place to start. Conway and Ingraham also break down the equipment list in full detail and let their imaginations run wild, sharing their ideas for new “outside-of-the-box” movements that the community might see this season.Are you ready to party? Sign up for the CrossFit Open today at games.crossfit.com.Presented by Wilde Brands. Get 20% off your first order at wildebrands.com using code WILDEFIT20.
“What we really aspire people to leave with regardless if they're showing up as a spectator or as a competitor is (to) really embrace the community. … Take the focus off of yourself a little bit, regardless of what stake you play, and invest in other people and watch other people compete. … Everybody can inspire you. ”Wodapalooza (WZA), co-founded by Peak 360 CrossFit owner Guido Trinidad, began as a one-day fitness competition in Miami in 2012. Since then, the competition has evolved into a four-day fitness festival, uniting the local Florida community and athletes from around the world in a celebration of fitness, community, and life.Trinidad joins host Chase Ingraham to dive into the competition's 11th season, running Jan. 12 through Jan. 15.In this episode, Trinidad reflects on the evolution of the event, its impact on the CrossFit community, and how it remains true to the ethos of the competition.He also shares the importance of providing an excellent experience for everyone participating in the event — not just athletes — and hopes the competition will continue providing “an experience unlike anything else” to the community.New this year due to the design of the schedule, individual athletes will also be able to compete in the team division. Trinidad gives his insight on the team competition and how he approaches programming to provide athletes with a mental and physical challenge that is safe, fun, and exciting.Find out more about the event's sponsor TYR, why Wodapalooza is such a well-known and special competition, and what Trinidad is most looking forward to this year.Can't experience Wodapalooza in person? Watch the live stream on YouTube and/or the CrossFit Games website to be part of the action.Presented by O2 Recovery.
“How can we Tetris together seven different events over every continent in the world that does then fit in to meet the criteria for a great location, great test, and a great community and athlete experience?”Senior Manager of Events John McLaughlin — better known as JMac in the community — drops in on the podcast to discuss the recent announcement of CrossFit Semifinal locations. CrossFit has worked toward releasing information about the 2023 NOBULL CrossFit Games season early to give the community ample time to plan and prepare ahead of the new year. Most recently, locations for Semifinals — the third stage of competition — were released through the Hopper.Read more here → https://games.crossfit.com/article/2023-nobull-crossfit-games-semifinalsIn this episode, McLaughlin sheds light on what key factors played a role in selecting venues for Semifinals around the globe, citing venue availability, competition footprint, and spectator and athlete experience as part of the considerations.CrossFit also announced this year that the number of Semifinal events would be reduced from 10 to seven, all with standardized programming and with CrossFit running the North American and European Semifinals. After reviewing the locations and schedule, McLaughlin provides insight on these changes and CrossFit's connection and role in supporting the additional four Semifinal competitions.To close out the show, McLaughlin shares what he's most looking forward to in the new year, especially during the Semifinals stage of competition.Subscribe to the Hopper and sign up for the 2023 NOBULL CrossFit Games Open at games.crossfit.com.Presented by Wilde Brands. Get 20% off your first order at wildebrands.com using code WILDEFIT20.
A review of 2022. We chose everything from best performances, funniest moment and best event and more besides.
“It's just what we do. We do things that make us uncomfortable, we do things that challenge us because we know they make us better. And that is the Open. That is CrossFit.” — Adam NeifferNicole Christensen, owner of CrossFit Roots and CF-L4 trainer, and Adam Neiffer, owner of CrossFit Fort Vancouver and coach to two-time Fittest Man on Earth Justin Medeiros, pop in on the podcast to share their insights on the CrossFit Open, why they encourage others to participate, and how they create an exciting atmosphere for their members.The 2023 NOBULL CrossFit Games Open is quickly approaching and as longtime affiliate owners, Christensen and Neiffer have a bank of ways to make the competition fun and memorable.After sharing what gets them excited about the Open, the pair gives a plethora of examples of activities and competitions they've run alongside the Open — such as an intramural competition, talent shows, and trivia games — that make the experience more enjoyable and fosters a supportive, encouraging, and unified culture inside their gyms.With a diverse level of athletes training at their affiliates, Christensen and Neiffer also provide insight on how they balance the competition for everyday athletes and competitive athletes, agreeing that it's “easy.”“I think the Open does such a good job — and especially the last few years — of making it accessible for not just adaptive athletes, but foundations athletes, scaled, Rx'd,” Neiffer says. “Everybody gets to play and finding the right version is easy because it's already done for us. It's just a matter of supporting each person at the gym as an individual, and that's no different from what we do every day in the gym.”Throughout the podcast, the group also touches on how the Open can be a motivator and catalyst for strengthening relationships among their members, explains how the Open offers athletes an opportunity to set up goals for the new year, and gives advice on how to coach and guide athletes who are hesitant to participate in the competition.Sign up for the 2023 NOBULL CrossFit Games today at games.crossfit.com. Presented by O2 Hydration.
Real Estate Investing – Live from New York
On this week's episode, I am speaking with Will Ingraham, a partner at GDC Properties. Back in my Massey Knakal days we sold Will's company a loft conversion in Brooklyn. I have stayed in touch and have guest lectured for him at Fordham University where he teaches a class on affordable housing. I love how Will is a big picture thinker. When I asked if his knowledge base was his Insider's Edge, he said it was quite the opposite. He said as a generalist his value is knowing who to bring into complex situations whether for entitling land or figuring out how to capitalize affordable development. Will recounts his early days as a house painter in Manhattan, when he stumbled across a development opportunity. As he had followed real estate from an early age, he was able to assemble the site and essentially flip the contract to score a big profit launching him into the real estate business. He then went on to spec homes in Milford, NY where he ultimately met Martin Ginsburg a founder of GDC properties. They were not only the largest developer in Westchester, NY but went on to amass 3 million SF of shopping centers nationwide, as well as developing hotel projects. Will's past roles at the company include president and chief investment officer. He has been responsible for developing and implementing the company's strategic vision, overseeing acquisitions and dispositions of property and leading new development activity. Mr. Ingraham is also managing member in the Peregrine Opportunity Zone fund. He holds a master of science degree in real estate development from Columbia University's Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. I know you will get a lot out of this episode especially the students out there. Will's advice is to learn a hard skill so you can add value. He is also a big believer in being a problem solver.
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“What makes (the Open) worth it is all the things we've been talking about so far — the camaraderie, the fact that anybody can do it. What a confidence boost to take anybody who's not athletic, isn't particularly health-conscious, and over the course of time they can enter into something like this and see success, whatever that looks like to them. Maybe it's just the fact that they did it … and that's worth far more than any combination of movements that's gonna come out of the Hopper.” — Adrian BozmanCrossFit CEO Don Faul and Competition Director Adrian Bozman join host Chase Ingraham on the podcast to share their favorite and worst memories from the Open, their personal reasons for competing, and why they encourage the global community to participate in 2023.The 13th annual 2023 NOBULL CrossFit Games Open is quickly approaching, and registration for the three-week worldwide competition, beginning Feb. 16, is now open.After reminiscing on their first Open experiences, the trio explains the importance of the affiliate's role in the competition, highlighting the benefits of a built-in support system with members of the gym and expert coaching from trainers who can support and encourage members to get out of their comfort zones.Bozman also reflects on past live Open announcements, including 21.3 at CrossFit Hendersonville, and discusses plans for next year's workout announcements. He also shares what people can expect from the programming and explains challenges that come with planning for such a large, inclusive competition.Faul and Bozman also explain how the competition's registration fee helps support the CrossFit ecosystem and why it is important to CrossFit's future success.For anyone feeling apprehensive about signing up for the Open, Bozman offers his insight, saying, “It's really what you do every day. … There's nothing new there.”Throughout the podcast, the group reminds listeners why the Open is such a special and unique competition, and closes out the show sharing their most challenging Open workout experiences.Whether it's to support the CrossFit ecosystem, get out of your comfort zone, or to see if your hard work all year has been paying off, sign up for the 2023 NOBULL CrossFit Games Open today at games.crossfit.com.Presented by Wilde Chips. Get 20% off your first order on wildebrands.com with code: WILDEFIT20.
King County Superior Court Judge Samuel Chung prohibited a student at Ingraham High School Tuesday from purchasing or possessing firearms, after the student told a psychologist he was mentally preparing to commit a school shooting on the Eastside. However, the student's father declined to hand over his own firearms to police for safekeeping.
What's Trending: SPS is implementing a new safety after the Ingraham shooting, Greg Gilday joins the show to talk about a tight race and an odd bus stop story. Big Local: A Snohomish County tax scam, another string of robberies hits King County and a man is committing assaults near the Burien transit center. // A New Jersey teacher is questioning students sexuality. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“From an athlete perspective, it can get very, very frustrating trying to plan your season, trying to plan your training, not knowing what's going on, so the real goal here was to support the athletes as best as possible in a world where it's unknown and unknowable most of the time.” — Becky HarshAthlete Communications Manager Becky Harsh joins host Chase Ingraham on the podcast to review new changes to the 2023 CrossFit Competition Rulebook and discuss her role as a liaison between CrossFit and athletes.Transparency and early communication between CrossFit and the community has become a priority, and as Athlete Communications Manager, Harsh has been working closely with athlete committees to ensure their voices are heard.One step forward has been the earlier-than-ever release of the 2023 Competition Rulebook to allow athletes a chance to plan appropriately for the upcoming season.Harsh and Ingraham discuss region selection (Section 1.08), including the division of North America into East and West, and how athletes can petition for citizenship exemption (Section 1.09), noting a firm due date to file.The pair also dive into team eligibility and team rosters (Sections 1.14 and 2.04) for Quarterfinals, Open score submission and validation (Sections 1.20 and 1.21), and the truncated Quarterfinals schedule (Section 2.06).The Rulebook also includes a new “Appeals” section for individual and team athletes competing at Semifinals (Section 4.10) with an explanation of a two-appeal rule provision, and explains the backfill process for the CrossFit Games (Section 6.02).Finally, CrossFit is awarding a complimentary Level 1 or Level 2 course to the top five finishers in all adaptive divisions and to all individual, team (excluding alternates), and age-group athletes who qualify, register, and complete the on-site Athlete Registration at the CrossFit Games (Appendix C).For full season details, refer to the official 2023 Competition Rulebook at games.crossfit.com/rules.Questions or concerns? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trump makes his presidential bid announcement for 2024. KNOW IT ALL: 1) FTX collapse. 2) Polish President pulls us back from WWIII. // 11 law enforcement recruits in critical condition after being hit by a car during a morning run. Tacoma Police Union says chief's reports of falling crime is ‘misleading'. // People are getting ready for the Christmas season rather early this year. Jennifer Newsom, wife of California Gov., testifies about Harvey Weinstein. Questions about the gun that was used in the murder at Ingraham high school.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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What's Trending: Ingraham students walk out to protest gun violence, King County is cracking down on holidays and an ASL interpreter is allegedly fired for being white. // Republicans are still hoping for a house majority and people are questioning republican leadership. // A 14-year-old is charged with first degree murder in the Ingraham shooting and a Seattle coffee shop owner is no longer taking cash payments. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Big Lead @ 2pm // Rep Adam Smith on Russia hitting Poland // More details from Ingraham shooting // Tulsi signs with Fox // Seattle City Council says they're $200M in the hole // Awesome AudioSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
6pm -Talking Sports with Ry: Takeaways from Seahawks' disappointing loss to Buccaneers in Munich // 70,000 Fans Sing ‘Take Me Home, Country Roads' At NFL's First Regular-Season Game In Germany // Ingraham High students to walk out, demand gun control after shooting // The MMA Fighter Who Hopes Honesty Pays Off With a $1 Million PrizeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What's Trending: Activists students are planning a walkout in response to the Ingraham shooting, Trump continues his attack on Republican governors and Lebron defends Kyrie.Big Local: $19 minimum wage passes in Tukwila, a new homeless shelter is set to open in Tacoma and Apple Maps is suggesting a detour that is not safe.A teacher was recorded saying he thought students were gay. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It was a big election week in Washington and around the country. Republicans are likely asking themselves what went wrong.We're asking: why did so few people in King County send in their ballots? We're also processing the tragic shooting at Ingraham high school this week.We break it down with The Needling's Lex Vaughn and Scotty Cayton, a.k.a. drag queen Betty Wetter.We can only make Seattle Now because listeners support us. Make the show happen by making a gift to KUOW: http://bit.ly/seattlenow And we want to hear from you! Follow us on Instagram at SeattleNowPod, or leave us feedback online: https://www.kuow.org/feedback
Big Lead @ 2pm // Instagram post from Ingraham teacher in lock down says "f*** you" to people who don't vote blue // Election latest // Joe Kent recap // Awesome AudioSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tiffany Smiley concedes to Patty Murray. Mark Zuckerberg releases a video about layoffs at Meta. Ingraham teacher curses and blames Seattleites who ‘didn't vote blue' for school shooting. // Bryan says Russia has planned a trap for Ukraine as they leave Kherson. // Zelenskyy took the rare occasion to speak in English to the American people ahead of our midterms.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In episode 1350, Jack and Miles are joined by writer, actor, and comedian Jackie Keliiaa to discuss… The MAGA Loser that Fire Bombed His Own Garage is Becoming a Martyr on the Right, The Tucker / Kanye Interview Deleted Scenes Reveal How Exploitative This Dynamic Is and more! The Tucker / Kanye Interview Deleted Scenes Reveal How Exploitative This Dynamic Is LISTEN: Blow My Mind by Say She SheSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.