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Quarterback Justin Fields is doing something reminiscent of another former Bears quarterback. Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes explained what it is and revealed the identity of the former player.
Quarterback Justin Fields is doing something reminiscent of another former Bears quarterback. In the third hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes explained what it is and revealed the identity of the former player. Later, they played the best audio from the squirrel chase that took place on the field in Pittsburgh during the Cubs-Pirates game Monday night.
Wes Watson (IG: @Watson_Fit) is an inspirational speaker, fitness trainer, and ex-convict. He did a 10 year term in the Californian penitentiary system for an aggravated assault related to drug dealing. He currently posts videos on his youtube channel @GP- Penitentiary Life Wes Watson about stories from when he was in prison and the lessons he learned from them. Wes has an online fitness program called Watson Fit. ——————————————————— Michael's Men of Action program is a Master's course dedicated to helping people elevate their social lives by building elite social circles and becoming higher status. Click the link below to learn more: https://go.moamentoring.com/i/2 ———————————————————— Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MichaelSartain Listen on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-michael-sartain-podcast/id1579791157 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2faAYwvDD9Bvkpwv6umlPO?si=8Q3ak9HnSlKjuChsTXr6YQ&dl_branch=1 Filmed at Sticky Paws Studios: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UComrBVcqGLDs3Ue-yWAft8w 0:00 Intro 0:56 **Brad Lea 1:45 ***Clients after 2 or 3 years 2:45 Growing up in San Diego 3:48 ***Start selling weed 5:55 Learn how to f&@k up money 6:40 Getting out of jail, YouTube 8:00 ***I'm going to be the best at this prison shit 9:18 ***Going viral 10:57 You're not working hard enough 11:42 One take 12:55 Give yourself permission 15:06 ***When you first get to prison 16:23 ***Races in prison, r@pe 18:48 Passive aggressive 19:48 ***Attempted murder 20:51 Racial based lockdown 22:04 **Police your own race 22:49 *** Chomos 25:33 When your get your ass whooped 27:39 ***I beat the dog shit out of them 30:02 Ryan Stewman 31:01 They love your story 33:10 **Be a stud 35:07 **You can't do anything half ass in prison 37:40 Irrefutable visual evidence 39:04 Vegetables and desert 39:40 ***Posting in prison 41:47 ***I love what I do 43:15 *He didn't miss posting while in prison 44:26 More people die from living soft 47:10 ***I wish they would let people just fight 49:39 ***Bro you got a 3 50:38 *Peak physical performance 52:52 Gratitude 45:23 I didn't even know I was in prison 55:28 *Rubin “Hurricane” Carter 56:24 Someone who attracts millions 59:08 Unapologetic and undeniable 1:00:31 *How does he do it? 1:02:30 **Passive aggressive disease 1:04:08 Most famous person on the planet 1:05:05 *Passive aggressive behavior explained 1:07:19 Dealing with objections 1:10:15 **Haters, alcohol 1:12:00 Fu@k your feelings 1:14:32 *Love is a verb 1:15:50 ***My Lifestyle is not leased 1:18:07 David Goggins, Stoicism 1:19:38 Dad bod myth 1:21:24 Uncomfortable 1:22:42 Macros 1:23:51 *Workouts 1:27:04 Jay Cutler, over training 1:28:52 Maslovs hierarchy 1:29:57 High rep workouts 1:31:51 Watching TV 1:32:39 **Don't watch my videos 1:33:07 Books 1:34:00 Mentors 1:35:42 Networking, following your purpose 1:38:23 Big ego, victim mentality 1:39:02 ***Won't post on social media 1:39:31 Being the observer 1:42:10 Always looking for a weakness 1:43:49 Above reproach 1:44:36 Shitting on their own story 1:47:58 **Torpedo shaped tits 1:49:44 Motivational 1:50:15 @Watson_Fit 1:52:24 Napoleon Hill
Jay sits down with adventurer and hunter Donnie Vincent to talk about hunting and how his viral video "Who We Are" was originally made to explain the hunting lifestyle to National Geographic, who was against featuring hunting on their platform. Donnie dives into his background, and his deep view on the responsibility of hunting and how important he takes for the hunting culture. Jay also asks Donnie about the experience of hunting caribou in the Arctic Circle, and how even though he couldn't pay his electric bill as a college student he still scraped together enough money to get to Alaska. And a wild conversation as Jay and Donnie talk about the kills that are the best to eat, and they argue about bears, coyotes and lions being great to eat regardless of what Jay has heard. Donnie also explains to Jay why he has turned down every TV offer he's received and why he started his own production company instead. And we round out the show with some of Donnie's incredible close encounters on his craziest hunts.
This podcast covers New Girl Season 3, Episode 7, Coach, which originally aired on November 5, 2013 and was written by David Feeney and directed by Russ T. Alsobrook. Here's a quick recap of the episode:Coach moves back into the loft after a breakup and chaos ensues when the guys go to a strip club. Meanwhile, Jess is testing the limits with Nick. We discuss Pop Culture References such as:“Shirley Temple Grandin” - At the bar, Artie smells Jess's drink to order her another and we learn Jess calls her cocktail a “Shirley Temple Grandin”. Shirley Temple (Drink) Shirley Temple (Actress)Temple Grandin (Scientist) Raiders of the Lost Ark - Nick and Schmidt make a couple references to the Indiana Jones movie, Raiders of the Lost Ark when they were lightly arguing with each other throughout the episode. Additional Pop Culture References such as:“Rock You Like a Hurricane” - Scorpions - When remembering old times with Coach, the guys flash back to drunk singing “Rock You Like a Hurricane” at a wedding. "Rock You Like a Hurricane" is considered the German rock band Scorpions' signature song, which was released in 1984 as the lead single from the band's ninth studio album, Love at First Sting. The Notorious B.I.G. / Maggie Gyllenhaal - When Nick brings up Jess at the Strip Club, Coach refers to her as “the Notorious N-A-G” and “Naggie” Gyllenhaal to indicate she was nagging him. Christopher George Latore Wallace, who is better known by his stage names the Notorious B.I.G., Biggie Smalls, or Biggie, was an American rapper and songwriter, widely considered one of the greatest rappers of all time. Margalit "Maggie" Ruth Gyllenhaal is an American actress and filmmaker. Jay Cutler - Jess was apologizing for having Artie in her bed and said the situation would be like her spray-painting "Jay Cutler Sucks" on the wall. Jay Cutler was the quarterback for the Chicago Bears NFL team from 2009–2016. Nick would find this horrible because he loves the Chicago Bears. We also share more about Jay Cutler in S2E5 (Models).In this episode's Most Likely To we discuss who would accidentally take out a lot of money from a specialized ATM, think a phone number is sexy, hide their feelings until they burst, and get in a silly drunk fight. We also cover a “Schmiditsm” of Nick and Schmidt fighting in the car. For “Not in the 2020s” we highlight a lot of the way Coach spoke and Artie refusing to leave Jess's bed. In our “Yes in the 2020s” we cover how Coach is in touch with his emotions and Cece realizing she was projecting onto Jess and then supporting her. We also give a brief look into Taye Diggs (Artie), the Guest Star we feature in this episode.Also in this episode were the following guest stars who we do not discuss in the podcast: Greg Vrotsos (Derek), Lindsay Ames (Mystic), Eileen O'Connell (Bartender), Jush Allen (Strip Bar Guy), Kelli Barksdale (Stripper), Sophie Dee (Stripper), Virginia Petrucci (Stripper), and Imani T. Williams (Eclair).We also share some of the news from the time the episode released about Damon Wayans Jr. returning as Coach and how “mah-gaa-leesh” doesn't appear to be a real word. The only bear we found in this episode was the reference to Jay Cutler.While not discussed in the podcast, we noted other references in this episode including:In a flashback, we see how Jess and Coach shared a moment when Seal Team Six caught Bin Laden.Seal Team Six - The Naval Special Warfare Development Group is the full official name for the United States Navy component of the Joint Special Operations Command. Most information about the group and their missions are classified.Bin Laden - Osama bin Laden was a founder of the Pan-Islamic militant organization al-Qaeda who were a terrorist group responsible for the September 11th attacks in the United States.This episode got a 6/10 rating from Kritika and 7/10 from Kelly and we both had the same favorite character: Nick!Thanks for listening and stay tuned for Episode 8!Music: "Hotshot” by scottholmesmusic.comFollow us on Twitter, Instagram or email us at email@example.com!Website: https://smallscreenchatter.com/
In the second hour, Mark Grote was joined by Josh Nelson of the Sox Machine Podcast to discuss White Sox manager Tony La Russa's perplexing decision to intentionally walk Dodgers shortstop Trea Turner with a 1-2 count Thursday. Los Angeles second baseman Max Muncy subsequently unloaded a three-run home run. Mark Potash of the Sun-Times then joined the show to discuss his takeaways from Bears OTAs. Later, Mark Grote listened to former Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall's admission about his days in Chicago with Jay Cutler at quarterback.
Original Air Date: April 23rd, 2021 | EP 170 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2kaud7Tofc *I feel like this should be obvious, but since this is an older podcast, the current events discussed are not the current events anymore. Wild. So keep that in mind for why we might be discussing a certain topic before you make a dumb comment. Just helping ya out. --- Best Shorts to Chat In: https://www.thehviii.com/collections/goat-training-shorts Video of Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLz-3Al1WFD9-ZVYsWL0k8B2MceAqCesRX UMSO TOP 10 We are rebranding the podcast! I've loved this chapter of the podcast and building it into something I am very proud of. But, I want the podcast to have a bit more of a direction which is why we are renaming the podcast Not Dead Yet. I want to talk to people that had a moment where they realized they are going to die at some point and enacted major changes in their life to do and find more. I wanna hear those stories. So while things are getting ready, we are going to playback to you our Top 10 episodes from the past years! I can't thank you guys enough for all the love and support of the show. I am excited about this new direction and hope you all will be too! (OP) Jay Cutler 4X Mr. Olympia and Entrepreneur, Jay Cutler, joins us to talk about his life during and post-Olympia. He has started and invested in his own and other businesses and talks about what it took to become one of the greatest bodybuilders of all time. There is a level of discipline and mentality that a bodybuilder has to hold for an extremely long time to be winning multiple Olympias that fascinates me. Join us as we dive in to learn more about Jay and his successes. Sponsors: HVIII - Code UMSO 10% off Habit - Code UMSO 10% off Caveman Coffee Onnit - Onnit.com/mattvincent 10% off Oregon Originals - Code UMSO 10% off Stay Classy Meats - Code UMSO 10% off Nutrition Solutions - Code UMSO $20 off Cold Plunge - Code UMSO to save Ice Barrel - Code UMSO to save Daily Destroyer - team training and programming https://marketplace.trainheroic.com/brand/Matt%20Vincent?attrib=445833-pod Core Medical Group - http://coremedicalgrp.com/matt Sunlighten Saunas - https://www.sunlighten.com/?leadsource=Matt-Vincent&utm_source=Matt-Vincent&utm_medium=partner&utm_campaign=Matt-Vincent
Jay sits down with country superstar Randy Rogers, and they talk about how Randy got his career started and how hard it was to get his stuff played on the radio early in his career and having big shows regardless of that support. Randy and Jay also talk about how hard life can be when you're on the road and missing events with your kids, but they both try to reflect on all the cool stuff they get to do in light of missing family time. Randy also dives into his road into music, and how he grew up in a musical family (which seems to be a trend for our music guests) and how he tried to develop a business acumine in college so he could build a business. Jay and Randy also discuss why his music stopped getting played on country radio, how that sound has evolved, and remaining true to his sound and style. Plus Randy's new bourbon is on the market and he talks about the wild adventure into the liquor industry.
Paramount finds itself in hot water with two of its biggest franchises, and Dylan breaks it all down. First, Scream's most iconic star is leaving after an insulting offer, and Top Gun Maverick is facing a copyright lawsuit. And after an eternity, Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari are finally, finally done.
Here's what's trending - We tell you about all the highs and lows from last nights MTV Movie and TV awards, Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari discuss their divorce, and Shakira and long time BF Gerard Pique split.
Jay sits down with Clay Travis, the founder of Outkick and host of the nationally syndicated "Clay and Buck Show", and jokes about coming along as a student in Nashville around the time Jay was playing at Vanderbilt and remembering the fun they had together. Clay also talks about meeting his wife in college, and how he got his start in broadcasting and writing after spending years as a practicing lawyer. Jay asks Clay about his time as an Internet writer, from CBS Sports, to Deadspin (and the mayhem of the lawsuit fallout) and the now defunct Fanhouse. It all led Clay to starting Outkick the Coverage, and he tells Jay how it started and how he built it up. Clay also talks about taking over for Rush Limbaugh in 2021 and how politics has become so divisive over the last 10 years and the whirlwind of judgement that follows. Plus Jay and Clay talk about the power of being true to yourself and authentic, regardless of how the audience feels about what you say. And lifelong Tennessee Titans fan Clay Travis picks Jay's brain about the NFL and what would have happened if Jay got drafted by the Titans.
Joining the Deux U Classroom this week is Kate Casey. Kate is the host of Reality Life with Kate Casey, devoted to unscripted television. We're discussing the week's hottest topics, including: Kardashian/Barker Wedding...Where was Corey? A clarification on the alleged Jay Cutler affair Intel on Paul Rudd and Florence Pugh Deux explains the origin of the John “safe sex” Mayer nickname Austen Kroll talks Summer House Listen for never-before-heard or read information! Follow Deux @Deuxmoi Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Eric Trump and Matt Pittman from Meat Church kick off the BBQ at Jay Cutler's house, and Matt talks briefly about how he actually quit his day job to start Meat Church. And just as Eric gets rolling, his all-time favorite Internet jokester Rut Daniels from "Catchin Deers" crashes the party and jokes about hunting, barbeque and gear. Eric and Rut exchange hilarious hunting tips, and Matt Pittman breaks down how to smoke the perfect brisket. Plus Jay and Eric talk about how the country is finally getting back to "normal" and whether or not his father will make another run at the Presidency. A blast to have these four guys all hang out together!
Many years ago, the Denver Broncos were one of the most consistent teams of the NFL. Under HC Mike Shanahan, the Broncos saw much success. However, in 2008, with 3 games left to go, Denver just had to win 1 game to clinch the division and get a home playoff game. However, they could not. What might have happened had the team closed out the season with a playoff appearance? Where does it leave Mike Shanahan? Jay Cutler? Brandon Marshall? Tim Tebow? Peyton Manning? Andrew and Matt do their best to examine the possibilities.
Dave Chappelle triggered John Mulaney fans, Elon Musk pulls a Deshaun Watson, Monkeypox, Stagflation, George Carlin's American Dream, Drew Crime: The Cyclist Murder, and the Detroit Lions' DJ cancels Kid Rock.John Mulaney is in trouble for not issuing a trigger warning for fans before bringing comedian Dave Chappelle on stage at his Columbus comedy show.Bill Maher went off on the trendiness of transgendered youth.Dustin Diamond is making a comeback and trying to eclipse Drew in Twitter followers.Other John Mulaney Notes: Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers is really insensitive to the original Peter Pan. People are mad that John's baby-mama needs baby formula too. Early Voting won the Preakness stakes and Maz owes us all money for his 2nd consecutive incorrect horse race prediction.The Detroit Lions DJ scrubs Kid Rock from Ford Field.Harry Styles is ripping off Paul McCartney.Dolly Parton has covered a lot more rock songs than you think.My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman landed a Will Smith interview... before the Oscars slap.The biggest stars in the world are showing up for the Queen's month-long Platinum Jubilee.The Detroit Tigers have many injuries.Congratulations to Travis and Kourtney on their THIRD wedding... this time in Italy.Stagflation is the newest thing we're told to fear.McDonald's in Royal Oak closes at 7pm despite the internet saying it's 24/7.A bunch of German baby formula has landed, but will take weeks to get on the shelves. Marc's worried there might be a peanut butter shortage soon.Monkeypox is the second newest thing we're told to fear.Elon Musk is #MeToo'd by a former flight attendant/masseuse that he has sign an NDA.Britney Spears is still CRAZY.Rebel Wilson was sexually assaulted years ago by a mystery celebrity (before she was sizzling). She wants you to know she handled it perfectly because she was a lawyer.Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard rolls into its 230th week. The Daily Wire spends thousands to somehow make this case political.A Bhad Bhabie look-a-like/sound-a-like battled with a Florida McDonald's and the McPuns were McPlentiful.George Carlin's American Dream doc on HBO is worth your time.Gaylord was hit hard by a tornado over the weekend leaving two dead.Studio Woes: The No BS News Hour can leave the DealsintheD.com studio in slight disarray every Friday. Check out ML's latest piece on Sam Riddle who will be in this basement on Tuesday.Mitch Albom has a lukewarm take on Nick Saban vs Jimbo Fisher.Juwan Howard told the LA Lakers to pound sand/salt.Drew Crime: Another nude pic suicide. Stop sending photos of your weiner. Player Dave 2.0 leads to another murder and a smoking hot fugitive. One of the Big 3 (Dateline, 48 Hours & 20/20) covered the murder surrounding ex-Chicago Bear Shaun Gayle.Jay Cutler allegedly nails his friend's wives.Matthew Stafford is in Top Gun commercials now. He's complicit with the atrocities of Scientology.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Jay sits down with music star, front man of the group Staind, Aaron Lewis as he celebrates his 50th birthday, and they are joined by golf legend John Daly - live from Losers Bar & Grill in Nashville! Aaron and John both talk about getting started in their respective careers at the age of four, and how Aaron went to goldsmithing school instead of pursuing music so he'd have a career if music didn't work out. Plus Aaron takes us on the wild journey of creating Staind and how the band failed several times early on, and John tells the story about how he dropped out of college at Arkansas after borrowing $300 from his mom to play in the Missouri Open and never looked back. And of course John jokes about being a blue-collar redneck on the PGA tour and how he actually learned to play golf on a baseball field. Plus, Aaron, John and Jay also weigh in on the state of politics in 2022 and where they think things have gone wrong.
Bow hunting all-star, world class athlete and author Cam Hanes sits down with Jay for this huge BONUS episode, presented by MTN OPS, to talk about how he grew up bow hunting and where his love of the outdoors came from in his youth. Cam also tells Jay why he's kept his day job for 26 years, despite having all these other ventures, how he respects the guys that put in service work every day, and when he'll transition out of working his day job to pursue his new adventures. Jay also talks to Cam about why he tries to run a marathon each day, and Cam relates it to not having as much talent as other people but finding a way to always work harder. Special thanks to Mountain Ops for this awesome bonus show, check out their entire line of outdoor performance supplements at MTNOPS.com and receive 30% off with the code "UNCUT"!!
Jay sits down in the studio with country/rap superstar Breland to talk about his new album, finally getting to tour to support his single that came out before the pandemic, and growing up in a musical family. Plus Breland talks about how he pivoted into country music, how he saw Justin Bieber's achievements as an attainable goal for a guy his age, and jokes how he was an artist who was also an athlete like so many artists try to become. Jay also talks to Breland about turning down music school to pursue business, and finding achievement in their respective professions. Breland also sings a really cool country hook that he wrote as he talks to Jay about his love of "finding the hook" as a songwriter and how much he lives for that moment. And of course Breland tells the story about writing his hit single "My Truck", releasing it on social media without a plan and watching it explode on TikTok, leading to his record deal.
Josh Harris, a boat captain on Deadliest Catch Bloodlines, sits down with Jay to talk about fishing in over a million miles of open ocean, and the WILD orientation process of learning to fish tuna with big Samoan fisherman compared to fishing crabs. Josh also talks about how his father fell into the show, and how his entire adult life has been centered around these crazy adventures on television. Jay also asks Josh about what he's witnessed with the polar ice caps, the changes in Northern weather, and how that affects their fishing adventures. Jay also wants to know about the strangest things that Josh has pulled out of the water, and how all the new regulations and sanctions have changed how and where they fish. Jay and Josh also talk about some of the craziest things that Josh has seen in the water, including things three times the size of a submarine moving at the speed of sound, and how he's seen giant sperm whales with bites missing from their side.
Welcome to Episode 80 of Pelo Buddy TV, an unofficial Peloton podcast & Peloton news show. This week we cover the following topics: The list of Homecoming 2022 panels and instructors was announced this week. A former rowing coach & studio owner has been working with Peloton on a “new modality” (rowing) and training new & existing coaches. The cycling studio in NYC will be closed on May 5th for ‘maintenance' Mariana Fernandez is teaching a bike & tread guided scenic class from Puerto Rico. Peloton also released the first scenic meditations this week, featuring Mariana outside of the studio. A new feature (Peloton Radio / Scenic Radio) is rolling out that lets you pick your own playlist to listen to during scenic classes. As part of the Rock22 challenge, Peloton featured a Spotify Women of Rock series on Wednesday. The Peloton UK team is now creating outdoor runs & walks – including a new 2-for-1 with Susie & Joslyn. There was a bug with distance tracking for the iOS app, and a new rumor says Android might get GPS tracking soon. A new blog post details Peloton's Artificial Intelligence Principles. There are new Rock22 themed Lanebreak levels being released. The Peloton Berlin Showroom is having a Peloton Lanebreak competition. Erik Jager has a new Total Strength training program for German members. Peloton is offering $250 off accessories for the Bike/Tread/Tread+, and $150 off accessories for the Guide. Daniel McKenna shared he is off the schedule as he recovers from an injury. Kendall Toole was interviewed on Jay Cutler's podcast. Jess Sims shared some backstory on her Boston marathon story. Tunde Oyeneyin was a guest on Ali On The Run this week. Cody Rigsby spoke at the NAB conference. Adrian Williams spoke at The Thrive Summit. Alex Toussaint will be giving a virtual chat with the USO next month. Hannah Corbin was featured on The Spruce. Dara Treseder was named to Forbe's Entrepreneurial CMO list Happy Birthday to Dr. Chelsea Jackson Roberts Amanda & Nicole share community members', and their own, class picks of the week. You can find links to full articles on each of these topics from the episode page here: https://www.pelobuddy.com/pelo-buddy-tv-episode-80/ The show is also available via YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PeloBuddy This episode is hosted by Amanda Segal (#Seglo3) and Nicole Loyola (#ZagsFanGirl).
For the last two years...ESPN has treated Sage Steele like a second-class citizen. ESPN has removed Sage Steele from network specials...removed her from big sporting events. ESPN also punished Sage Steele for comments made on Jay Cutler's podcast. In response to ESPN's treatment...Sage Steele has filed a lawsuit against the network. The question is...WHY? What is she looking to accomplish? We analyze the situation between Sage Steele and ESPN. We also look into the legal situation regarding Joy Reid and former NFL player Jack Brewer.
One of Peloton's most popular instructors, Kendall Toole, talks about Jay about how many people are on the Peloton platform and jokes that she's instructed classes for over 20,000 people at once. Jay and Kendall also talk about her upbringing, how she fell into cheerleading at USC after years of homeschooling, and how she discovered boxing and fitness. Plus Kendall shares her battle with mental health and was borderline suicidal before finding redemption in her fitness career. And Kendall shares a very candid story about her mental health issues, and how she became suicidal and how her mom reaching out during that time saved her life. Kendall also reveals that it was a DM from Peloton, which she didn't know anything about, and how that got her a cycling gig... when she knew almost nothing about cycling and had to audition during a class for 15,000 people!
Kyle Busch joins Jay to talk about how he grew up in a racing family, and how young he was when he actually started racing at the age of 16. He also jokes that NASCAR had to change the racing age limit to 18 because of him racing in the Truck Series at such a young age, and even though Joey Lagano eclipsed his record as the youngest driver to win a Cup Series race he feels like the record is still his. Plus as a father, Kyle talks about teaching his son the basics of racing at age 7 and why he's not a fan of the racing simulators on his off days. Kyle also talks about learning new cars, how the rules have changed on how many cars he uses in a season, and how his race team works from week to week. Kyle shares his thoughts with Jay on the new NASCAR cars and how he thinks there are positives and big negatives about trying to equalize the field.
Andrew Whitworth took the crown as the oldest player in NFL history to start on an offensive line, and he did it with the Los Angeles Rams and won a Super Bowl in his final season. Jay and Andrew talk about his high school career, getting recruited by Nick Saban at LSU as part of Nick's first recruiting class, and getting drafted to Cincinnati and struggling for a long time with that team. Andrew also talks about his move from the Bengals to the Rams, and realizing he wanted to play in LA as soon as he met head coach Sean McVay. Plus Andrew has high praise for Rams new QB Matthew Stafford, saying he knew Matt was the real deal from his first game with the Rams. Jay and Andrew also talk about the Walter Payton Man of the Year honors that Andrew received last season and what Andrew's foundation does to help local communities.
Another fantastic guest line-up this week for MD Global Muscle! First up we have Brazilian Open Pro Sensation William Martins, who we believe will rise fast in 2022, being likened to such Legends as Dennis Wolf & Jay Cutler & sitting currently at 130kg (288lbs) at just a couple of weeks out from the Arnold Brazil, we think William is going to shock this year! William, joined by Brazil's MAIN media man Miguel Chain, we got the lowdown on this exciting new talent. Next up is Rookie pro Yumon Eaton who's crazy prep check-in shots for coach Jose Raymond made us sit up & take serious attention. Yumon shares some deeply personal & heartfelt emotions for what he's experienced on his unique journey. It's quite a story. And, the industry's latest Hot News with host Giles 'Tiger' Thomas. MD Global Muscle, for TRUE bodybuilding fans. Presented by: •
The first ever DJ signed to a Nashville record label, Dee Jay Silver sits down with Jay to talk about his start in music, and how he was able to graduate high school at 16 and start college without even being able to drive. They also dive into his journey into the music scene, hauling records from gig to gig until CD turntables were invented, and how he grew into the country remix scene. Plus he recalls how he met Jason Aldean and started to evolve the country remix style, and moved from Vegas to Nashville to try and make his style work professionally. The guys also discuss family and the DJ lifestyle as a father, and how when he was young Dee Jay toured with the guys from Jackass and saw a lot of strange things!
Jay Cutler (IG: @JayCutler ) is a 3x Arnold Classic champion and 4x Mr. Olympia champion. He's the only person in the history of Olympia to regain his title after losing the previous year.￼ He's the founder of Cutler Nutrition and the host of the @Cutler Cast . Michael's Men of Action program is a Master's course dedicated to helping people elevate their social lives by building elite social circles and becoming higher status. Click the link below to learn more: https://go.moamentoring.com/i/2 Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MichaelSartain Listen on Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-michael-sartain-podcast/id1579791157 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2faAYwvDD9Bvkpwv6umlPO?si=8Q3ak9HnSlKjuChsTXr6YQ&dl_branch=1 Filmed at Sticky Paws Studios: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UComrBVcqGLDs3Ue-yWAft8w 0:00 Intro 0:30 Getting Jay on the podcast 1:09 Growing up in Massachusetts, 6 siblings 2:56 Genetics 4:03 Discovering bodybuilding 5:11 College Athlete, Team Sports 6:03 Lifting with no distractions 7:30 19-year-old teenage nationals 7:51 Maximum-security prison guard 8:15 50 pounds in the first six months 8:43 The eating, 140lbs of chicken 9:56 The food is everything 10:56 The discipline to keep eating 13:55 **Squat till your nose bleeds 15:11 Benchpress 500 lbs 16:14 Bodybuilding is like the running back position 17:15 **2011 bicep tear 18:44 Pain tolerance 21:00 15th to 8th to 2nd in Olympia 21:44 moving to Las Vegas in 2002, Real estate 23:02 Joe Weider, Muscle and Fitness magazine 25:10 Meeting your wife at 16 26:09 Schedule of a bodybuilder 26:54 Finishing second to Ronnie Coleman 2001 28:24 Income of a bodybuilder 31:11 Getting paid to do something you love 32:28 *“Are you going to win this year?” 33:35 Jordan shoe collection, Atomics 34:48 Cardio, Stairmaster, Boost your metabolism 36:29 *20 sets per body parts 38:40 Shoulder injury, Abscess 39:33 Winstrol 39:56 Greg Doucette interview 41:14 Performance-enhancing drugs 43:20 *Better drugs then than today 44:04 *Cycling off steroids and TRT 45:35 *12 IU's of HGH per day 47:46 getting ripped on HGH 48:51 Equipoise, Anavar 50:23 **Trenbolone 51:07 **FDA 52:54 *Free testosterone level 54:04 Bodybuilder mortality 55:01 I give up my life to win Mr. Olympia 55:53 *Forthright about steroid use 58:17 Getting drug tested 59:48 The Rock, Mike O'Hearn, Don't ask about steroids 1:02:01 Don't enjoy food to this day 1:02:59 140 egg whites a day 1:03:30 1,000 gm carbs, 300-400 gm protein 1:05:32 2006 Mr. Olympia champion 1:06:24 Flipping homes, Real estate 1:08:45 Pre-workout, Prevail 1:09:35 2007 Mr. Olympia 1:10:16 2008 *Losing to Dexter Jackson 1:12:07 2009 Revamped training 1:15:08 Thrive off positivity 1:16:21 *Studying your competition 1:16:55 Shit talking 1:18:09 Ronnie Coleman 1:19:38 All natural in his first Olympia 1:21:32 Ronnie in the night club 1:23:36 Schwarzenegger, Van Dam, Stallone 1:26:16 Dehydration before the competition 1:28:04 When you win the Olympia 1:28:57 Claudia Fijal: what was your favorite moment competing? 2009 quad stomp 1:31:58 Cutler cast 1:33:53 Social media 1:35:47 *They don't care 1:37:22 I love Las Vegas 1:37:41 2010 Olympia, getting a divorce 1:38:48 *Dating 1:40:38 Merchandise, supplements and competitions 1:41:52 Focus, networking, relationships 1:44:14 Ryan Diaz 1:45:29 Advice for new bodybuilders 1:47:00 Ambassador for Olympia 1:47:41 Phil Heath 1:49:33 Intimidating physique 1:51:03 Podcast guests 1:52:48 Tom Sosnoff influence 1:53:43 My podcast guests 1:54:05 You can't overtrain if you eat enough 1:55:00 Tom Brady 1:56:51 **Outro
Jay sits down with one of the hottest artists in country music, Ernest, and they immediately talk about growing up in Nashville and how he got his start in music. For some reason it was the Space Jam soundtrack that started him down the road of music, and even tells Jay about how he had a heart attack at 19 years old, in the middle of a JUCO baseball season. Ernest also talks about what it's like for him to collaborate with some of the biggest stars in music, and he really wants to work with John Mayer because of how much he respects him. He also jokes with Jay that he's finally getting recognized, how he's dealing with fame, family life and what he has working for the future.
The 4x Mr. Olympia Champion Jay Cutler discusses his upbringing on the farm being the youngest of 7 children being raised by his father and how it shaped his work ethic to obtain four Olympia titles. Jay discusses the health issues in bodybuilding today, how we correct them and the future of the sport.
Pro Football Hall of Fame Linebacker Brian Urlacher joins Trey to talk about his brilliant football career. Including his start playing multiple positions at University of New Mexico, his quick rise up the draft boards and being touted as a top pick by Mel Kiper Jr, his buy-in to the lineage of playing linebacker for the Chicago Bears, to the Bears disappointment losing to Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts in Super Bowl XLI, to why he had a strong bond when Lovie Smith was his coach, to Jay Cutler and his mercurial tenure in Chicago. Brian also discusses his new hair and how that's changed how his kids and fans view him.
Tony Robbins tells Jay the story about how he got into public speaking, and even how as a young kid he managed to get himself an interview with the legendary Howard Cosell. Tony also explains what prompted him to write his new book "Life Force", as he was healed by stem cells after a really bad snowboarding accident. Plus Tony and Jay talk about placebos and the strength of the mind, how fasting has helped Jay's diabetes, and what Tony has learned about the importance of a good night's sleep. Tony also talks about all the health risks that people can reduce just through behaviors, even things like cancer and heart disease, and the cutting edge developments doctors are making in preventing disease.
My Steroid Side Effects - The Bodybuilding Podcast Episode 53 ULTIMATE GUIDE TO ROIDS #1 BOOK ON TRUTH IN THE HISTORY OF BODYBUILDING https://bodybuilderinthailand.com/ultimate-guide-to-roids/ Daily Text Msg Training $99/month and 1 Hour Phone Call Consult $59 Send Email to inquire about personal training to firstname.lastname@example.org 0:00 Some people upset about the recent podcast content 3:25 My personal steroid side effects 5:30 Echocardiogram Stress Test 10:30 Left Ventricular Hypertrophy and Cardiomegaly Explained 13:00 My thoughts on telmisartan and insulin use on heart growth Intramuscular vs. Systemic IGF-1 production 17:00 Examples of my HGH and Steroid Abuse Dosages 21:19 Cardiac Calcium Scoring Test 'Heart View Scan' 24:35 Jay Cutler talking about his gear dosages 29:29 Enlarged Prostate 34:00 Eating for Extreme Muscle Size 36:07 Why teenagers can't gain fat eating whatever they want 38:45 Any difference between anadrol only and anadrol/dbol stack? 42:40 Protein Intake and Bodybuilding Fundamentals 48:30 Does semen contain concentrated testosterone 49:45 Liver Supplements and potency of orals 52:00 Metformin Timing "Insulin Light" 58:25 Training During PCT or a Cruise 1:04:00 Healthy organs do bodybuilding much more effectively than sickly organs 1:07:50 Guy is hopping on gear. He's already decided. Because he wants to be a social media influencer. Bodybuilding Psychology. 1:13:30 First Cycle - What Compounds 1:16:50 Bloat from Steroids, what will control it. 1:20:30 Carbohydrates and water manipulation 1:23:50 Can HGH affect recovery from injuries 1:27:30 What is cruising. what is TRT. real dosages and examples. This Podcast is for entertainment and conversational purposes only. Serious Injury and Death can occur from utilizing chemical performance enhancement. This author does not support the use of illegal performance enhancing drugs. If any substances mentioned in this video are illegal in your country do not use them. The purpose of this podcast is not to glorify the use of PED's but to bring to light the reality of what athletes are doing privately. Consult a doctor before beginning any exercise or supplement routine. Do not take anything mentioned in this video as advice. It is simply conversation, not advice.
Greg Olsen sits down with Jay and talks about how he's done transitioning from playing the game of football to analyzing it, and how much work goes into their broadcasts. Plus Jay and Greg talk about their sons wanting to play tackle football, and how Greg slow-played getting his son to start football because he wanted to make sure he was taught properly. And Greg talks a lot about young kids playing sports, and burning out on the sports/position they play because that choice is often forced on them by a parent instead of them choosing the play the sport they love. Greg also teases that he's had "light conversations" with Fox about taking over for Troy Aikman, who just left Fox for ESPN.
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Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by reacting to MLB canceling two more series after the union rejected the options presented by owners and sent back a counter-proposal. Later, they conducted the 5 at 5, where they hit on the biggest storylines of the day -- including the MLB lockout, the Bulls' win against the Pistons on Wednesday and former Bears quarterback Jay Cutler's desire to be a television analyst.
Jay Cutler (born April 29, 1983) is a former American football Quarterback . He played football at Vanderbilt University. Cutler began his professional football career with the Denver Broncos, who selected him as the 11th overall pick of the 2006 NFL Draft. He spent three seasons with the Broncos before he was traded to the Bears in 2009, where he spent the next eight years. Jay is currently the Co-Founder and Chief Design Officer of the media and lifestyle company Outsider.
One of the most adventurous CEO's out there today, Christian Schauf of Uncharted Supply, sits down with Jay and talks about getting started in music, and how he was actually in a band with Prince's drummer. He even shares an inside story about the drummer shooting down a performance with John Mayer because he didn't want to play "Your Body is a Wonderland" every night! Plus Christian's wild life has taken him through involvement with Harley Davidson, wild hunting adventures, and what led him to start Uncharted Supply. Plus Jay and Christian circle back for a second recording to discuss the prep that goes into wartime, as the Russian-Ukraine war rages on, and what most people should prepare for in the scenario of nuclear war.