On today's episode of Suncast, Reagan starts off this episode recapping an incredible weekend and sun conference basketball. Reagan dives into what makes St. Thomas men's and women's basketball so clutch. Then, a look at an impressive start for Webber and Ave Maria Baseball. We wrap up the show with the impressive start from Keiser women's tennis.
Bitcoin evangelist Max Keiser says that the world's largest crypto has bottomed out in this cycle and is well on its way to crossing the $220,000 BTC price point. Speaking with journalist Daniela Cambone, he noted that billionaire venture capitalist Tim Draper has already set a target of $250,000 for Bitcoin this year, and Keiser agreed with the prediction. “Investments in the Bitcoin network have never been higher, that means the security has never been higher & the price will take care of itself. Tim Draper reiterated his $250k call for BTC in 2023 & I concur with that entirely. The price will take care of itself. What we want to make sure is the network is stable." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
"Sam Bankman-Fried ran out of runway, it's similar to Bernie Madoff and also the 2008 financial crisis," says Max Keiser of the Keiser Report, founder of Bitcoin Capital and Heisenberg Capital. "The regulators really have some answers that need to be filled in, this was the culmination of a multidecade nightmare," he tells Daniela Cambone in this edition of Powershift: Outlook 2023. "Regulators are clearly implicated, and the U.S. is a kleptocracy at this point," Keiser continues. He touts the garnered strength El Salvador has attained over the past year, arguing "the U.S. is on its way down, and El Salvador is on it's way up." Keiser claims there has been no damage done to the bitcoin network in the wake of the FTX crisis... "It never touched the network, the hash rate has never been higher." "The axis of power, the pendulum of power is swinging away from the U.S. dollar and fiat currencies, it's a new century," he concludes.
Join our Miami Trauma team including Drs. Urréchaga, Neeman, and Rattan as they dive into the literature regarding a topic that has become all too common to the US news cycle- gun violence. They will go over a recent paper from JAMA and include other important literature while trying to understand this complex problem that has been grappling US public policy. Quick Hits: 1. Firearm injury is the leading cause death in the US among ages 1-19 2. For every person killed violently by someone else with a firearm, there are 3 survivors. 3. Gun ownership triples the risk of homicide 4. Permit laws and preventing people convicted of a violent crime from owning a firearm decrease firearm-related death and have a positive ripple effect even outside state borders. In short, for effective reductions of firearm-related injury and death, federal legislation will be more effective than state-by-state References 1. Liu, Y, Siegel, M, Sen, B. Association of State-Level Firearm-Related Deaths With Firearm Laws in Neighboring States. JAMA Network Open. 2022;5(11):e2240750. doi:10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2022.40750 2. Goldstick, JE, Cunningham, RM, Carter, PM. Current Causes of Death in Children and Adolescents in the United States. N Engl J Med. 2022 May 19;386(20):1955-1956. doi: 10.1056/NEJMc2201761. 3. Kellermann, AL, Rivara, FP, Rushforth, NB, Banton, JG, Reay, DT, Francisco, JT, Locci, AB, Prodzinski, J, Hackman, BB, Somes, G. Gun Ownership as a Risk Factor for Homicide in the Home. N Engl J Med 1993; 329:1084-1091. DOI: 10.1056/NEJM199310073291506 4. Liu Y, Siegel, M, Sen, B. Neighbors do matter: between-state firearm laws and state firearm-related deaths in the US, 2000-2017. Am J Prev Med. 2020;59(5):648-657. doi:10.1016/j.amepre.2020.06.022 5. Siegel, M, Pahn, M, Xuan, Z, et al. Firearm-related laws in all 50 US states,1991-2016. Am J Public Health.2017; 107(7):1122-1129. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2017.303701 6. Kalesan, B, Mobily, ME, Keiser, O, Fagan, J, Galea, S. Firearm legislation and firearm mortality in the USA: a cross-sectional, state-level study. Lancet. 2016 Apr 30;387(10030):1847-55. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(15)01026-0. Please visit https://behindtheknife.org to access other high-yield surgical education podcasts, videos and more. If you liked this episode, check out other Journal Review episodes here: https://behindtheknife.org/podcast-series/journal-review/
Hannah French is in Germany to mark the 40th anniversary of one of Europe's most successful early music ensembles - the Akademie für alte Musik Berlin. Founded in 1982 in what was then East Berlin, the Akademie has blossomed into a Grammy award-winning outfit that tours worldwide and enjoys a reputation to match. Hannah will be talking to the ensemble's general manager Uwe Schneider, long-standing oboist Xenia Löffler, founder member and concert master Bernhard Forck and one of the ensemble's eminent regular guest conductors – René Jacobs. Music includes the Akademie's recordings of JS Bach, CPE Bach, Handel, Mozart, Gluck, Telemann, Keiser and Vivaldi. Plus, there'll be the usual round-up of Early Music News with Mark Seow.
High performers in both sport and business tend to overcomplicate things, on the other hand, they cannot just assume they can go it alone.Dan Lawrence, the Head of Performance at Matchroom Boxing, watched his former boxer, the now-retired George Groves, learned this in real time.“Yes, he had a team. He had myself, a conditioning coach, we had his head coach at the time,” Lawrence tells the Leaders Performance Podcast. “He was steering the ship at that time, whereas I don't think that was the right way to go.”In fact, “you have to have a cohesive team working with one sole goal”.Here, Lawrence discusses his work in combat sports while also touching upon: The reasons why people over-complicate human performance [6:00];The differences in working with boxers and footballers [10:00];Working smarter, not harder [13:00];How the role of the S&C is evolving [23:00].Dan Lawrence Twitter | LinkedInJohn Portch Twitter | LinkedInListen above and subscribe today on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher and Overcast, or your chosen podcast platform.
Brad, Bare and Keiser share what they are thankful for in golf this holiday season while recapping Rory's sweep of the two major tour season titles, Jon Rahm's third win of the year worldwide and Lydia Ko taking the CME Race to the Globe and the largest pay day in the history of professional women's golf. The guys also discuss Adam Svensson becoming the next Canadian winner on the PGA Tour, taking the RSM Classic in the final event of the Fall.
On today's episode of Suncast, Reagan ask the listeners an interesting question about the Keiser soccer program. Then, Reagan looks into the women's soccer and volleyball championship preview. Josh wraps up with a preview into the football slate.
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Brad, Keiser and Munn break down the best kind of nachos, putting the clubs away for the winter while wrapping up the World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba. The guys also discuss the new The Match lineup between Tiger and Rory vs. JT and Spieth and Bernhard Langer's 120th career win worldwide.
On today's episode the boys start the episode off with a college football cold opening (0:00-7:10). Then, Reagan breaks down the weekend of women's soccer including how Southeastern and Keiser beat SCAD and how impressive the Fire looked vs the Bees. (7:11-16:10). Then, Josh recaps the weekend of Sun Conference football where Keiser and St. Thomas got tested but won. The boys also talk about how the St. Thomas vs Webber game is basically a playoff game. (16:11-36:15) Reagan recaps men's soccer where the Georgia teams got huge playoff implicated games. (35:16-46:45) and the boys finish up with a volleyball recap and Josh gets passionate ab drip in sports (46:46-1:00:00)
In our second episode dealing with airport capacity and the possibility of a new commercial airport in Washington, host Austin Jenkins sits down with Sen. Karen Keiser and Rep. Tom Dent. Both serve on the state's Commercial Aviation Coordinating Commission. Sen. Keiser has long represented the district that incudes SeaTac Airport, and Rep. Dent of Moses Lake, who is a pilot and owned an aviation company.
Scott Keiser returns once more to finish our discussion concerning his families recovery from last year's hurricane. Scott talks about the delay in getting insurance money from last year's hurricane and how it will delay money for this year's hurricane. Scott then shares the importance of the deadlines to file a "proof of loss". Ben brings up using lawyers to help you make a claim and get the money that you deserve to rebuild your home and life. Scott shares his personal experience and the assistance an attorney can provide when filing claims. The guys wrap up their interview with some good college memories from mission trips they shared throughout their time at Freed-Hardeman University. Links mentioned in this episode: Get our free ebook "28 Days of Focused Living" here: https://www.benandtravis.com https://www.facebook.com/groups/benandtravis For extra content and material you can use for your family or ministry go to https://www.patreon.com/benandtravis Represent the show: https://www.benandtravis.com/store The Friday ReFresh: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-friday-refresh/id1611969995 Good Old Fashioned Dislike Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/good-old-fashioned-dislike/id1643163790 Bella's Snowball 5K and Fun Run: https://www.alwaysendure.com/upcoming-events/ixttp6jibbjien0bdzoel5vwacqquj This podcast is hosted by ZenCast.fm
Good friend and Travis' other roommate at FHU, Scott Keiser joins us once again. Scott comes on the show to discuss his advice on preparation for natural disasters as a hurricane survivor and working in insurance for 20 plus years. Scott and his family have just recently moved back into their home following evacuations last year following Hurricane Ida. He shares with us ways to lower stress involving finances following natural disasters. He shares with us how to measure mold in your home and gives the details on how much moisture is too much moisture. Scott also talks about the best way to help those who are getting over Hurricane Ian. Links mentioned in this episode: Get our free ebook "28 Days of Focused Living" here: https://www.benandtravis.com https://www.facebook.com/groups/benandtravis For extra content and material you can use for your family or ministry go to https://www.patreon.com/benandtravis Represent the show: https://www.benandtravis.com/store The Friday ReFresh: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-friday-refresh/id1611969995 Good Old Fashioned Dislike Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/good-old-fashioned-dislike/id1643163790 *Bella's Snowball 5K: https://www.alwaysendure.com/ This podcast is hosted by ZenCast.fm
On today's episode of Suncast Reagan and Josh start off the show with an all time cold opening and welcome on any coach in the Sun Conference to come on the podcast! (00:00-14:35) Then, the boys recap all of the weekend action in women's soccer where Southeastern won a thriller over St. Thomas, men's soccer where once again Southeastern and St. Thomas had an instant Sun Conference classic, and volleyball where the dominant teams in the conference dominated (14:36-21:15). Football ruled the headlines in the Sun Conference this weekend and the boys dive into the insanity of the weekend that was started off by Keiser coming back against St. Thomas and ended with Webber getting a historic win over Southeastern in Lakeland (21:16-42:25). We finish off the episode with some D1 college football talk (42:26-58:00). Then, Webber head coach Eric Potochney sits down with Reagan and Josh after their huge win over Southeastern (58:01-1:20:47)
On today's episode of Suncast Reagan and Josh recap an exciting week in the Sun Conference starting off with women's soccer that saw #9 Southeastern flex their muscles, Webber win another thriller, and Thomas draw in an instant classic with #11 SCAD. (4:30-13:15). Then, they recap the mid-week men's soccer games where Webber and Thomas drew 1-1, Ave Maria puts up a string first half but fall to #4 St. Thomas, and Florida Memorial give the defending national champs #7 Keiser all they could handle. (13:16-18:40). Rapping up the weekly games with volleyball, St. Thomas sweeps Florida Memorial with ease, Webber bounces back in a big way taking down Southeastern, and Ave Maria extends their winning streak to 11 games as they pull off a comeback for the ages against Keiser. (18:40-24:25). Before they get into the week preview the boys share their opinions on NAIA polls (24:26-28:45). Then they dive into two huge football match ups and Josh gives his predictions on #16 St. Thomas vs #25 Keiser and Webber vs Southeastern and Reagan previews and shares his predictions on an action packed weekend of volleyball and women's soccer. (29:45-53:30). Wrapping up the show Reagan sits down with Webber Men's soccer lefts back Aldon Firdman! (53:31-1:14:47)
We're revisiting our July 2020 interview with Max Keiser, a Bitcoin purist and fiat shredder (literally). Inflation and the Fed money printing continues in 2022, so we thought Keiser's insights into the financial system were highly relevant. This just might be the "orange pill" episode for you or your friends to hop into Bitcoin. At the rate the Federal Reserve is printing money, it won't surprise anyone when the dollar eventually crumbles. Max Keiser is taking a pro-active stance on making fiat worthless. Hand him a twenty and see what happens. It's been a couple years since we first spoke with the co-host of The Keiser Report so we thought it was a good time to catch up and get his current thoughts on life, the Universe and everything. Hold on to your fiat if you don't want Max to shred it, but where we're going you won't need it anyhow. This episode has it all, including original ukulele serenades. Get in tune and come along for a wild ride with us on episode #426 of The Bad Crypto Podcast. FULL SHOW NOTES: badco.in/426 SUBSCRIBE, RATE, & REVIEW: Apple Podcast: http://badco.in/itunesGoogle Podcasts: http://badco.in/googleSpotify: http://badco.in/spotify FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Twitter: @badcryptopod - @joelcomm - @teedubyaFacebook: /BadCrypto - /JoelComm - /teedubyawFacebook Mastermind Group: /BadCryptoLinkedIn: /in/joelcomm - /in/teedubyaInstagram: @BadCryptoPodcastEmail: badcryptopodcast[at]gmail[dot]comPhone: SEVEN-OH-8-88FIVE- 90THIRTY DISCLAIMER:Do your own due diligence and research. Joel Comm and Travis Wright are NOT FINANCIAL ADVISORS. We are sharing our journey with you as we learn more about this crazy little thing called cryptocurrency. We make NO RECOMMENDATIONS. Don't take anything we say as gospel. Do not come to our homes with pitchforks because you lost money by listening to us. We only share with you what we are learning and what we are investing it. We will never "pump or dump" any cryptocurrencies. Take what we say with a grain of salt. You must research this stuff on your own! Just know that we will always strive for RADICAL TRANSPARENCY with any show associations. TIME STAMPS 00:00 - Intro 04:50 - Feature Guest: Max Keiser 07:00 - Are you a Bitcoin purist? 07:45 - Most of the ICO projects from 2017 are dead. You were actually saying the Mona Lisa of the 21st Century is Bitcoin and a hash rate war with Iran that could potentially send Bitcoin soaring in value. 10:15 - America will say “we can't let these other countries become the richest countries in the world” and enter the hash race/war. 11:06 - Couldn't both be true? The government starts mining Bitcoin, but prevents its citizens from mining? 12:30 - What about the hash rate contribution from China? 14:40 - 16:18 - With all of the craziness in the United States, how close are we from Atlas Shrugging? 16:20 - 18:53 - The Federal Reserve system is flawed. People are starting to wake up. Bitcoin and Crypto seems to clearly be the path forward. How do you succinctly wake someone up to the whole currency system? 20:20 - We first interviewed you for Episode #34. You recently said hitting $50k Bitcoin will cause Peter Schiff, Mark Cuban, and others will go “all in” on Bitcoin. Explain. 24:36 - Explain the Cantillion effect. 27:55 - How do you think Trump figures into all this? 30:27 - Fairness in media broadcasting and publishing. 34:10 - Everything has been commoditized and traded on an exchange. 36:08 - You mentioned earlier that some of the big name projects in crypto are scams. Do you not think there's room in the ecosystem for other blockchains and coins? 39:22 - What about countries creating their own digital currencies? 41:12 - Earlier I referenced the protests and the unrest. You have said the protests don't do anything; buying Bitcoin is the real protest. But the protests are impacting change in policy. What is your take? 43:38 - These movements start out with great intentions, but then get consumed by other causes for the globalist agenda. Do you agree? 50:00 - We're in 2020; what does the next ten years look like? What does 2030 look like? 52:30 - 54:25 COVID-19 and other events make it seem like this was all a soft coup against the United States government. 54:30 - Where in the world do you go when the U.S. collapses? 55:12 - New York City in the 1970s. 57:15 - The 1987 stock market crash. 59:20 - Global authoritarian dystopia… 1:00:48 - The militarization of local police and the rule of martial law. Defund fiat. 1:01:55 - Why don't you give us a closing message to those out there who are losing faith in the system? 1:02:50 - Ukelele playing. 1:06:14 - Closing remarks Support the show: https://badcryptopodcast.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On today's episode of Suncast Reagan starts the show off with volleyball recapping last weekend's action, previewing mid week games, explains how pivotal the Ave Maria vs Keiser game is, and gives his second power rankings (1:00-14:10), then Reagan does the same with men's soccer as it starts to look like two south Florida teams are above the rest of the field but they better not sleep walk as two Polk County teams have something to say. (14:11-25:10). Reagan drops a hot take for the women's soccer in the Sun Conference and previews the mid week games (25:11-36:11). Josh joins Reagan on the back half of the show to recap last week's Sun Conference games as St. Thomas proves him wrong and he dives into why Warner had no business going to Texas in the first place and the effects of the horrendous 98-0 loss. (36:12-49:55). Then the boys finish up the episode recapping a shocking week in college football and for the first time this year they talk about their MLB teams, the Atlanta Braves, and how they ripped the heart out of the city of New York (49:56-1:11:05).
On today's episode Reagan and Josh look ahead at a pivotal Sun Conference football match up as the Southeastern Fire take on the St. Thomas Bobcats (00:00-7:25). Then the boys get into volleyball and soccer coverage after a very electric mid week in both sports that including Reagan's reaction to the new women's soccer top 25, Thomas University gets an upset win over Georgia Gwinnett. St. Thomas volleyball wins a thriller against Keiser, Ave Maria volleyball looks dominant as does Webber who might have the best home court advantage in the Sun Conference. (7:26-33:02). Then, Southeastern's Safety Ryan Cunningham joins the show for a can't miss interview! (33:03-1:00:35)
On today's action packed episode of Suncast, Reagan and Josh opens up the show with some fantasy football talk and how Reagan might be the GOAT GM or he might be in the most fraudulent league ever (00:00-6:20). Then the boys dive into the Sun Conference weekend recap with football as Florida Memorial puts the conference on notice and Keiser is criminally underrated nationally and that's terrifying (7:50-20:55) followed by a recap of soccer this weekend once again Keiser WSOC is incredible, Webber WSOC remains undefeated, and SUNCAST LOVES THE SCAD BEES AND THE BEES ARE BUZZIN IN SAVANNAH (20:56-31:30). Then, Reagan releases his first Sun Conference Volleyball rankings (31:31-38:40). The boys wrap up the episode recapping an incredible weekend of D1 football. Florida is in trouble, Georgia might be the best college football team of all time, Miami's offense looked terrible, FSU is ACC dark horse, Penn State has something to say about the B10, and much much more! (38:30- 1:02:41)
This week we welcome Ellen Gustafson and Ben Keiser of Vet the Vote. Vet the Vote is a national campaign to recruit veterans and military family members to become the next generation of poll workers. According to Vet the Vote, in the past 3 years alone we have lost over 130,000 poll workers. This has created a crisis for state voting organizations, with 66% of election officials reporting an issue with poll worker recruiting. There are 17 million+ veterans and millions more military family members committed to serving our country. This group is ready to serve again. Ellen and Ben outline why veterans are the perfect candidates to ensure orderly and secure elections. We discuss how Vet the Vote is working with their growing coalition of marquee VSO/MSO coalition partners and through a multimedia awareness and recruitment campaign. We also outline how their organization is working with Power the Polls to make it seamless for veterans and military families to sign up to staff their local polling location and receive all of the information they need to serve. So if you have been looking for your next chapter of service, sit back and enjoy this week's interview.For more information about Vet the Vote, and to sign up to become a poll worker go to https://vetthe.vote or find them on your favorite social media platform.This week's highlighted veteran owned business is DownRange Supplements. DownRange Supplements was founded by two combat veterans with one mission in mind; they wanted to develop a line of fitness and active lifestyle supplements that was quality enough to meet the standards of our country's top operators, and were also available to anyone trying to live a fit and active lifestyle. They took it a step further by adding DownRange Excursions, a Non-Profit organization dedicated to providing outdoor activities, gym memberships and nutritional education to our nations veterans and service members. For more information about their products go to https://downrangesupplements.com and for more information about their non-profit work go to https://www.downrangeexcursions.orgSupport the show and get your Bulletproof Veteran apparel at https://amzn.to/3BA3dx9 or see all the available shirts at http://bulletproofveteran.com/apparel.
On today's episode Reagan dives into a very competitive Sun Conference women's soccer race as conference play is right around the corner. comes out with a hot take on who is at the top on Sun Conference men's soccer. Volleyball is officially introduced to Suncast. ( 00:00-24:05 )Josh joins the show to recap an exciting week in Sun Conference and D1 football. ( 24:08-48:16)
On today's episode the boys explain the new and better direction Suncast will be taking (0:00-16:47). Then fresh out of West Palm Beach, Keiser Tight End Jaylen Arnold joins the show! (16:51-44:25)
Honored to bring you our interview with George Keiser! From his early work with Corrections in Iowa, to his distinguished tenure with the National Institute of Corrections, George has played a role in a variety of advancements in the field of Corrections. From the infancy of evidence based practices in corrections in the USA, to the current struggles of implementation, George shares his expertise and insights. Get ready of a fascinating history lesson! International Training School on Core Correctional Skills The Paragon Group, LLC Become a Supporter!!! The Criminologist channel
On today's episode of Suncast Reagan and Josh talk Sun Conference soccer with SCAD, Webber, St. Thomas, and Keiser women's soccer off to hot starts. Josh is reacts to Reagan's first ever fantasy draft. The boys the preview Ave Maria, Florida Memorial, and Webber International University football.
Our fifth and final deep dive into the 18-hole courses at Bandon Dunes is here! Since we've gone in reverse-chronological order, we have finally arrived at the OG, the 1999 David McLay Kidd design that launched Mike Keiser's outpost in the Oregon dunes and changed the way everyone in the golf industry thought about the destination-resort business. Andy Johnson and Garrett Morrison talk about Keiser's bold vision for Bandon Dunes and the collaborative—or, more accurately, combative—nature of the construction process. They then explain why they believe the original Bandon course is, by a substantial margin, the weakest 18 at the resort. The Bandon Deep Dives are brought to you by Zero Restriction.
TalkLP host Amber Bradley sits down with Ring of Excellence winner Van Carney to chat his reaction about this outstanding recognition. The Ring of Excellence Award is reserved for distinguished professionals who have shaped the loss prevention industry through their leadership and innovations. One of this year's recipients is Van Carney, senior security and loss prevention consultant for Keiser Communications and Security LLC. Carney spent nearly three decades leading loss prevention, safety and security for Domino's corporate headquarters as well as its largest franchise, MSK Management. He is now employed at Keiser, where he developed the company's physical security requirements and executive protection program. He recently uncovered a major embezzlement scheme, recovering a substantial portion of the $117,000 loss. Carney is member of the NRF Loss Prevention Advisory Board and a former member of the board's Legislative Committee. He is also a former vice president and board member at the Restaurant Loss Prevention & Security Association. He is a graduate of the FBI's Domestic Security Alliance Council executive training program and has held the designations of Certified Protection Professional and Certified Fraud Examiner.
On this episode of the IDEAfit PRO SHOW, host Sandy Webster has pleasure of catching up with Krista Popowych, a seasoned fitness leader who has inspired instructors, personal trainers and managers around the globe with her motivating sessions and unique perspective. She is the 2014 IDEA Fitness Instructor of the Year and a 3-time canfitpro Canadian Fitness Presenter of the year. Krista is Keiser's global director of education as well as a Balanced Body master trainer, JumpSport consultant, published author, Adidas-sponsored fitness pro and a vital contributor to IDEA's Group Fitness Committee. In addition to learning more about her new book on Partner Training, today we cover a lot of thoughtful ground about the future of this dynamic, evolving industry. Connect with Krista Popowych LI: @Krista Popowych FB: Krista Popowych IG: @kristapopowych Website: kristapopowych.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Sandy Todd Webster LI: @Sandy Todd Webster FB: Sandy Todd Webster IG: @fitnesseditor Website: ideafit.com Sign up for Krista Popowych's Workshops at IDEA World: https://www.ideafit.com/session/206-balanced-body-boot-camp-train-smarter-not-harder/?sourcecode=podcast_link&trackingcode=pod_ifps-s3-ep19_campaign=pod_ifps-s3-ep19_2022_june&utm_content=popowych (SESSION 206: Balanced Body® Boot Camp: Train Smarter, Not Harder) https://www.ideafit.com/session/303-metabolic-mayhem-no-rest-for-the-wicked/?sourcecode=podcast_link&trackingcode=pod_ifps-s3-ep19_campaign=pod_ifps-s3-ep19_2022_june&utm_content=popowych (SESSION 303 Metabolic Mayhem! No Rest for the Wicked) https://www.ideafit.com/session/410-progressive-core-training/?sourcecode=podcast_link&trackingcode=pod_ifps-s3-ep19_campaign=pod_ifps-s3-ep19_2022_june&utm_content=popowych (SESSION 410 Progressive Core Training) IDEAfit Inspired Service: 888.999.4332, ext. 7 We will be back in person for https://www.ideafit.com/fitness-conferences/2022-idea-world/?sourcecode=podcast_link&trackingcode=pod_ifps-s3-ep19_campaign=pod_ifps-s3-ep19_2022_june&utm_content=popowych (2022 IDEA World Convention) July 20-24, in Las Vegas. Join us and experience the unique, high energy festival of fitness that only IDEA World can deliver. For more information, go to https://www.ideafit.com/fitness-conferences/2022-idea-world/?sourcecode=podcast_link&trackingcode=pod_ifps-s3-ep19_campaign=pod_ifps-s3-ep19_2022_june&utm_content=popowych (ideafit.com/fitness-conferences/2022-idea-world/). Enjoying our content? Than become an https://www.ideafit.com/ideafit-plus/?sourcecode=podcast_link&trackingcode=pod_ifps-s3-ep19_campaign=pod_ifps-s3-ep19_2022_june&utm_content=popowych (IDEAfit+ member) and receive our award-winning IDEA Fitness Journal, the gold-standard publication of the fitness industry. IDEAfit+ members also enjoy: Unlimited CECs Discounted health and liability insurance Digital publications that focus on current challenges, nutrition and behavior change, and the latest insider fitness trends Ungated access to over 15,000 fact-based articles from our award-winning editorial team Access to deals and discounts from IDEA's trusted partners. IDEAfit PRO SHOW is hosted by Sandy Todd Webster, Editor in Chief, IDEA Publications, https://www.ideafit.com/ideafit-plus?sourcecode=podcast_link&trackingcode=pod_ifps-s3-ep19_campaign=pod_ifps-s3-ep19_2022_june&utm_content=popowych (ideafit.com); executive produced by Jordan Leeds; produced and engineered by Michael Hilding. Copyright 2022 by Outside Interactive, Inc. All rights reserved. IDEA Health & Fitness Association is the world's leading organization of fitness and wellness professionals and has been for 40 years. We deliver world-class content and continuing education to fitness professionals, business owners and
S7E29: In this episode meet writer and President of Beggars Group U.S. Nabil Ayers, CEO of The House at 1229 Kathleen Buhle, and former city dweller turned nonprofit farm owner Jake Keiser. Press play to hear what the authors are most proud to share in their audiobooks about their extraordinary lives. Enjoy! My Life in the Sunshine by Nabil Ayers: https://www.penguinrandomhouseaudio.com/book/651853/my-life-in-the-sunshine/ If We Break by Kathleen Buhle: https://www.penguinrandomhouseaudio.com/book/703131/if-we-break/ Daffodil Hill by Jake Keiser: https://www.penguinrandomhouseaudio.com/book/604755/daffodil-hill/
Brandi Keiser is the founder and CEO of Brandi Keiser International and her management consulting firm, Clear Lotus Consulting. Brandi is an executive coach, business consultant, a two-time start-up COO and CEO, business operations, and leadership expert. Brandi is a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF), the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the American Society for Quality (ASQ), and an authorized partner of EverythingDiSC. People describe Brandi as an emotionally intelligent leader and authentic, thoughtful motivator; she is passionate about helping others to 'rise again' in fierce pursuit of their goals. She aims to help people overcome their challenges by transforming them through her coaching. Listen to this episode to learn more about Brandi's journey and how she helps executives and business owners with her own unique corporate success strategies. Today you'll learn about: Brandi's personal life What is Brandi Keiser International? What is Clear Lotus Consulting? Her journey to entrepreneurship How she coaches executives to self-discovery How she Helps growing organizations reengage Her advice to entrepreneurs Connect with Brandi Keiser www.BrandiKeiser.com www.ClearLotusConsulting.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandikeiser/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/clear-lotus-consulting/
Today's episode features coach and inventor, Rolf Ohman. Rolf was born in Sweden but grew up in Brisbane, Australia. He has worked for over 40 years in international sports, as an athlete (Decathlon) and as coach at International and National level. He was the Head Coach for the Dalian Olympic Sports Center 2016-17 and Assistant Head Coach Chinese National Team Sprints/Jumps 2018-19. Rolf is the inventor of the 1080 Technology (such as the 1080 sprint device), and has substantial experience in both the data-based and practical aspects of coaching and training. In the recent Randy Huntingon podcasts, Randy spoke about how doing hurdle hops over too high of hurdles had the tendency to “kill elasticity”. Rolf Ohman has worked with Randy, and has substantial experience linking the ground contact times in plyometric exercises, as well as the impulse times of various movements in the weight room, to what is observed in athletics. Track and field athletes have faster impulse needs than team sport athletes as well, and Rolf has worked with both populations, and understands which metrics should be optimized in training for different situations. On today's podcast, Rolf will speak on the specific drawbacks to using too high of hurdles in bilateral plyometric training, and gives his specific recommendations for which heights he feels are maximally beneficial for both track and team sport individuals. He'll speak on various elements of transfer in the weight room, such as the progression of the Olympic lifts, as well as thoughts on the transfer present in different elements of gym training, such as the impulse dynamics of lifting seen in elite athletes. Rolf finishes with some thoughts on youth and long term development on the terms of speed and power. Ultimately, this episode helps us to better understand closing the “gap” we often see between the gym, and the forces present on the field of play. Today's episode is brought to you by SimpliFaster and Lost Empire Herbs. For 15% off your Lost Empire Herbs order, head to lostempireherbs.com/justfly. To try Pine Pollen for FREE (just pay for shipping), head to: justflypinepollen.com Find out more about the the online course, Elastic Essentials, by heading to justflysports.thinkific.com View more podcast episodes at the podcast homepage. Timestamps and Main Points: 4:42 – Rolf's take on the height in hurdle hops, and how it impacts the elasticity of the exercise, as well as drawbacks to using too high of hurdles in the movement 11:13 – What the typical hurdle heights Rolf uses for track and non-track athletes in plyometric training 17:50 – Why Rolf chooses to progress the Olympic lifts in the course of training like he does 24:37 – Rolf's use of partial vs. full ranges of motion in strength training for athletes 38:29 – Thoughts on oscillating isometric exercises with lifts, compared to a Keiser or air-powered machine setup 52:08 – How contact times and hurdle hop heights change for team sports vs. track 58:59 – How limb speed gets “set” before the age of 15 in athletes, and if athletes miss critical speed windows of training, they will be in a limited place in future performance “There aren't a lot of guys around who can produce any sort of RSI index from 1 meter drop jumps… when I use high hurdle hops, which I rarely do, it might be in a setting when I'm seeking some kind of force production” “If I build maximum strength for my long jumpers with contact times in the 250-300ms range, is that going to help me?” “If whatever you're doing in training is on one end of the spectrum, and competition is on the other end of the spectrum, that is “gap-osis”… if that gap is too big, you are going to be in trouble” “In the first 100-150 milliseconds (of a lift) the athletes who are the best really shine there” “We're coordinating the neural system (in the weight room) we are creating the same coupling times that we see in...
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