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How To Dressage Podcast
How to Prevent and Correct a Lateral Walk

How To Dressage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 31:56


If you ever receive the comment ‘lateral walk' on your dressage score sheet, this should not be brushed aside.A lateral walk indicates a fundamental issue with the horse's walk rhythm and, in extreme cases, it can be impossible to correct.This fault is usually created unknowingly and unintentionally by the rider and can result in a permanently damaged walk pace.So, in this podcast episode, we're going to discuss the qualities that make up a correct walk, clarify exactly what a lateral walk is, and give you some tips on how to prevent this problem before finally sharing some methods that may help correct a lateral walk.(Please note: This is an updated and expanded version of our previous 'How to Correct a Lateral Walk' episode)-------------If you would rather read the article on our blog, click here - https://howtodressage.com/troubleshooting/correct-lateral-walk/To take our Big Dressage Quiz, click here - https://howtodressage.com/big-dressage-quiz/To view our equestrian books and training diaries on Amazon, click here - https://amzn.to/2SFL633     To check out The Complete Online Dressage Course, click here - https://course.howtodressage.comIf you would like to follow our Facebook Page, click here - https://www.facebook.com/HowToDressage/FREE DOWNLOAD: 7 Simple Steps to Boost Your Dressage Scoreshttps://howtodressage.com/7-simple-steps/-------------ADVERTISEMENTSStrongTeams.com PodcastLearn how today's top leaders build strong teams and culture. Biblically based advice.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyThe Complete Online Dressage Course by How To Dressage - https://howtodressage.com/complete-online-dressage-course/

Ortho Eval Pal: Optimizing Orthopedic Evaluations and Management Skills
Lateral Retinacular Release-Tips for Post-op Treatment |OEP274

Ortho Eval Pal: Optimizing Orthopedic Evaluations and Management Skills

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 14:46


In episode 274 Lateral Retinacular Release-Tips for Post-op Treatment I review...✅What a lateral retinacular release is.✅Indications for the surgery.✅Pre and post-op consideration tips.Want to join the OEP community? Click HERE to jump onto our email list. SUBSCRIBE at the bottom of the page.Ask me your ortho evaluation questions and I will answer them on the show: paul@orthoevalpal.comCome visit our WEBSITE!! Click HERE to check it outGet our downloadable 1.5 hour shoulder anatomy with cadaver dissection lectureGet our downloadable 7.5 hour cervical and lumbar continuing ed courseGet our downloadable 6.0 hour shoulder continuing ed courseBe sure to "follow" us on our new Facebook PageI finally made it to Instagram. Stop by and check us outAre you looking for One on one Coaching? We have it!Be sure to check out our 460+ videos on our YouTube Channel called Ortho Eval Pal with Paul Marquis#lateralrelease #lateralretinacularrelease #kneesurgery #orthopedicpodcasts #physicaltherapypodcasts #dptpodcasts #occupationaltherapypodcasts #Physicaltherapy  #DPT #Medicalproviders #sportsmedicine #athletictraining #occupationaltherapy #orthoevalpalSupport the show Thanks for listening! If you like our podcast, be sure to check out more of our great content at OrthoEvalPal.com, Instagram and Youtube. We'd love a rating or review on your podcast platform. And, as always, be kind to each other and take care!!

Connecting is not Enough - The Networking Radio Show
The Connected Leadership Podcast: Lateral Mentoring with Debbie Heiser

Connecting is not Enough - The Networking Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 43:49


Andy's guest on this week's Connected Leadership Podcast is from the US. Debbie Heiser is the founder of The Mentor Project, a global project to bring mentoring and support to school and university students. The Mentor Project has successfuly brought together a volunteer community of high achievers across the spectrum. Andy and Debbie explore a new perspective on this subject, lateral mentoring.  They compare hierarchical, lateral and reverse mentoring emphasising the need to both be a mentor and a mentee. Debbie believes everyone has mentors even if they are not always aware of it; this is the strength of lateral mentoring. Mastermind groups, other types of formal and informal mentoring and issues of reciprocity, vulnerability and diversity are part of this discussion.

Happy Healthy Human Podcast
124) "Becoming A Lateral Thinker, & Breaking Out of Perfectionism" w Ali Kershner

Happy Healthy Human Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 53:53


Ali Kershner is the Director of Creative Strategy at Art of Coaching where she oversees education, marketing and content creation while co-facilitating workshops and live-events. Before joining Art of Coaching, Ali was the Sports Performance Coach for Stanford Women's Basketball and Women's Golf and was a part of Stanford's 2021 National Championship and Pac-12 Championship run. Prior to Stanford, Ali also spent 4 years as an Assistant Sports Performance Coach at The University of Kansas where she primarily worked with women's soccer, women's basketball, swimming and women's golf. In this episode, we discuss topics such as lateral versus linear thinking, communication as a skill, Ali's personal battles with perfectionism and how she overcame it, and much more. --------------- Self-Sabotage FREE masterclass Follow me on Instagram Subscribe to the free “Happy, Healthy Newsletter" Join "The Happy Healthy Human Academy" free private Facebook community Support the show by buying a coffee! Connect on Linkedin

Happy Healthy Human Podcast
124) "Becoming A Lateral Thinker, & Breaking Out of Perfectionism" w Ali Kershner

Happy Healthy Human Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 53:53


Ali Kershner is the Director of Creative Strategy at Art of Coaching where she oversees education, marketing and content creation while co-facilitating workshops and live-events. Before joining Art of Coaching, Ali was the Sports Performance Coach for Stanford Women's Basketball and Women's Golf and was a part of Stanford's 2021 National Championship and Pac-12 Championship run. Prior to Stanford, Ali also spent 4 years as an Assistant Sports Performance Coach at The University of Kansas where she primarily worked with women's soccer, women's basketball, swimming and women's golf. In this episode, we discuss topics such as lateral versus linear thinking, communication as a skill, Ali's personal battles with perfectionism and how she overcame it, and much more. --------------- Self-Sabotage FREE masterclass Follow me on Instagram Subscribe to the free “Happy, Healthy Newsletter" Join "The Happy Healthy Human Academy" free private Facebook community Support the show by buying a coffee! Connect on Linkedin

Rádio Gaúcha
Giro Gre-Nal #143 - Grêmio com reforço na lateral e o interesse do São Paulo por atacante colorado

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 3:22


Giro Gre-Nal #143 - Grêmio com reforço na lateral e o interesse do São Paulo por atacante colorado by Rádio Gaúcha

OCS Field Guide: A PT Podcast
Lateral Ankle Sprains CPG: Course, Diagnosis, and Exam

OCS Field Guide: A PT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 24:25 Transcription Available


Today Austin takes us through the 2021 update of the lateral ankle sprain CPG, also called the "Ankle Stability and Movement Coordination Impairments: Lateral Ankle Ligament Sprains Revision - 2021" guideline.Support the showUse code FIELDGUIDE for 40% off a MedBridge subscription.Support the podcast and get study guides and bonus episodes at Patreon.com/physiofieldguide.Find more resources and subscribe to practice questions at PhysioFieldGuide.com.

The Kid Code Playground
Ugh! It's Too Much!

The Kid Code Playground

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 4:42


Do you feel like it's too much, sometimes? Do you feel like something tips you over the edge of being ‘able to handle' it?Except the reality is that you've lived through a lot and that proves it's never actually been too much, even when it feels like it is!Listen to the simple lateral logic in this podcast, designed to disempower the belief: it's too much—and bring your relief.Once you've gotten this aha, to help yourself when it feels like things get to be too much, remind yourself that nothing is too much, except your thinking that it's too much.Every time you are faced with a challenge, and you don't know how to meet it, remind yourself you are just falsely believing it's too much and then wait as the relief takes over.1:06 The kids fighting, won't do must do's, resisting all commonsense suggestions, pushing back just to push back, etc.? What to do?1:25 Let's bring some understanding and relief to the belief, “It's too much,” so we can fall back on our resilience.1:50 The unsuccessful need to escape reality.2:08 Lateral logic to dissolve the stressful belief. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Scuttlebutt Podcast
59. Defining the Lateral Limits of Transition and Life Possibilities with Victor De La Flor

Scuttlebutt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 99:35


In this episode, Brock speaks with Victor De La Flor. Vic is in his last year of 20 years of service in the Marine Corps and we have an open brainstorming discussion around his transition. We talked about some of the challenges he's facing, how he's learning from his exit, and some of the resources he's building in the process. We also talk about his entrepreneurial spirit. Vic has had several side gigs over the years, including being a top seller on eBay, heat pressing uniforms for teams on base, and selling over 10,000 units of undercover clip, a clip that sits in your eight point cover and holds your sunglasses. This episode has some great insight into the transition process and how to think about the problems that need to be solved, if you've got that entrepreneurial bug. Episode Resources: Vic on LinkedIn Under Cover Clip Notes: (01:11) - Takeaways from 20 years in the Corps - how to effectively lead (06:02) - Differences in mentality in younger Marines (08:49) - Learning to live by the rules in Legal (21:12) - Defining the scope of outcomes as lateral limits (27:57) - Biggest fear exiting service (40:32) - Resources discussion, what's there and what isn't (49:19) - Taking the transition to Youtube (54:57) - Hosting a podcast (57:54) - Entreprenurial ventures - Pressing uniforms (01:04:34) - Becoming a top seller on Ebay (01:19:28) - Undercover clip to 10,000 units (01:34:00) - Advice for vets both in transition and pursuing entrepeneurship The Scuttlebutt Podcast - The podcast for service members and veterans building a life outside the military. The Scuttlebutt Podcast features discussions on lifestyle, careers, business, and resources for service members. Show host, Brock Briggs, talks with a special guest from the community committed to helping military members build a successful life, inside and outside the service. Get a weekly episode breakdown, a sneak peek of the next episode and other resources in your inbox for free at https://scuttlebutt.substack.com/. Follow along: • Brock: @BrockHBriggs • Instagram: Scuttlebutt_Podcast • Send me an email: scuttlebuttpod1@gmail.com • Episodes & transcripts: Scuttlebuttpodcast.co

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience
Chronic social stress blunts core body temperature and molecular rhythms of Cirbp and Rbm3 in mice lateral habenula

PaperPlayer biorxiv neuroscience

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023


Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2023.01.02.522528v1?rss=1 Authors: Haniffa, S., Narain, P., Hughes, M., Petkovic, A., Susic, M., Mlambo, V., Chaudhury, D. Abstract: Chronic social stress in mice causes behavioral and physiological changes resulting in perturbed rhythms of body temperature, activity and sleep-wake cycle. To further understand the link between mood disorders and temperature rhythmicity, we measured core body temperature (Tcore) in mice before and after exposure to the chronic social defeat stress (CSDS) paradigm. Our results revealed that Tcore amplitudes of stress resilient and susceptible mice are dampened during exposure to CSDS. However, after exposure to social stress, the temperature amplitude of resilient mice recovered faster than the susceptible mice. There were minimal changes in locomotor activity after stress exposure which correlates with regular rhythmic expression of Prok2, an output signal of the SCN (Suprachiasmatic nucleus). We also investigated the molecular changes associated with these dampened temperature rhythms, and determined the expression levels of thermosensitive genes Cirbp, Rbm3 and Hsf1. Expression of Rbm3 and Cirbp in the LHb (Lateral habenula) were blunted 1 day after CSDS. These molecular rhythms recovered 10 days later such that daytime expression was higher compared to nighttime, similar to stress-naive controls. Hsf1 did not show robust rhythmic expression in the LHb. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by Paper Player, LLC

NASM Master Instructor Roundtable: A Show for Personal Trainers

In “Master Instructor Roundtable,” Regional Master Instructors, and hosts, Marty Miller and Wendy Batts further explore the anatomy and function of the Lateral Subsystem.  Having a greater understanding of this group of muscles which supplies support and movement in the frontal plane, its primary roles in human movement, and effective exercise progressions to challenge the Lateral Subsystem will allow you to train your clients more effectively. This is one episode you don't want to miss! Did you hear? The most trusted name in fitness is now expanding into the physique and bodybuilding world. Become an NASM Physique and Bodybuilding Coach and you will be delivered your next step in fitness programming knowledge to meet the needs of bodybuilding and physique clients. https://bit.ly/3i38BUS

RÁDIO CINCO ESTRELAS
Conheça um pouco mais do lateral Igor Formiga!

RÁDIO CINCO ESTRELAS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 5:18


Vegas Nation - Raiders football podcast
Unsportsmanlike Conduct: Lateral Damage | Doing your push-ups

Vegas Nation - Raiders football podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 30:05


Sports. Entertainment. Little to no culture. Takes from the minds of two sportswriters who know a lot about nothing. In this episode, Ed and Adam discuss the crazy ending to the Raiders week 15 victory over the Patriots. Also discussed, is the price to pay when walking on the Raiders locker room logo. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

3rd and Forever
Week 15 Recap (2022) - The Vikings pull off the greatest comeback in NFL history, Jakobi Meyers pulls off the dumbest lateral in NFL history, and the Texans almost upset two contenders in a row (?)

3rd and Forever

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 79:54


Holy crap. The guys recap the wildest week in NFL history with insane comebacks, overtime drama, and Tom Brady sucking. What a time to be alive.

YWC Football Talk
Lateral Damage

YWC Football Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 75:21


It's a rough week for Patriots fans and McGarvin and I break down what's gone wrong and where this team goes from here after a horrific Sunday. Plus we discuss a bunch of other Patriot topics. LINKS TO CHECK OUT!!  My Linktree: https://linktr.ee/griffbordignon  Betstamp: https://betstamp.app Promo Code GRIFFB  McGarvins Twitter: https://twitter.com/PatriotsPOV  Nice ENT Group: https://twitter.com/niceentgroup Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Vet Dental Show
Ep 57 - Is it ok to do dental radiographs in a lateral position? If there is a delay in treatment is it ok to do pulse therapy? What is your advice when clients can't afford all the extractions?

The Vet Dental Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 10:27


#PTonICE Daily Show
Episode 1366 - Lateral elbow tendinopathy: clinical practice guidelines

#PTonICE Daily Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 19:40


Dr. Mark Gallant // #ClinicalTuesday // www.ptonice.com 

Football Outsiders Fantasy Podcast
Patriots Lateral Disaster, Vikings Comeback, and NFC Playoff Odds | NFL Week 15 Recap

Football Outsiders Fantasy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 40:25


Ian O'Connor and Mike Tanier are back to recap all the action from NFL Week 15! Be sure to join us every Monday to review Sunday's biggest moments and preview Monday Night Football. Subscribe and click the bell icon to receive notifications for all future Football Outsiders uploads and live streams.Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJHmzElWNB4Football Outsiders is covering more than ever before with expanded NFL coverage and updates. Be sure to get the most from Football Outsiders with a FO+ subscription, and tune in live on YouTube, Twitch, or Twitter throughout the NFL season at 1 p.m. ET to join the conversation! Subscribe to the podcast by looking for the "Football Outsiders Podcast Network" on your favorite podcast app.

Pro Football Talk Live with Mike Florio
The Botched Lateral Heard Around the World + The AFC WC Chase is On

Pro Football Talk Live with Mike Florio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 51:24


-Raiders def. Patriots 30-24-Patriots botched lateral results in Raiders walk-off win-Chargers def. Titans 17-14-Lions def. Jets 20-17-Lions improve to 7-7 and keep playoff hopes alive (#9 seed in NFC)-Zach Wilson has up-and-down performance in his return

Rádio Gaúcha
Giro Gre-Nal #122 - Grêmio de olho em lateral do Porto e Mário Fernandes apresentado no Inter

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 3:48


Giro Gre-Nal #122 - Grêmio de olho em lateral do Porto e Mário Fernandes apresentado no Inter by Rádio Gaúcha

Team Barça
🚨 Buscando al nuevo DANI ALVES (Operación Lateral Derecho) - TBP EXTRA #21 - Episodio exclusivo para mecenas

Team Barça

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 58:17


Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! 👋🏻 ¡Hola, fans*! Después la 'Operación Mediocentro', llega la Operación Lateral Derecho'. Toca divagar, pero también contextualizar, acerca de una de las posiciones más difíciles de rellenar con éxito tras la marcha de Alves. Para ello, hacemos repaso con Gus Pereira de lo que ha sido la posición desde el adiós del brasileño y qué presente tiene el Barça, Àlex Delmàs nos da su opinión sobre lo que busca Xavi para su lateral derecho (16:05), hacemos listado de nombres interesantes para cubrir el puesto en el mercado con la ayuda de Javi Guti (27:57) y Albert Rogé nos cuenta qué proyectos de laterales derechos están formándose en La Masía (49:14). ¡Esperamos que os guste! 🔵🔴 *Y ya sabes que si quieres escuchar estos contenidos exclusivos es tan sencillo como pulsar 'Apoyar' y desde 1,49€ al mes tendrás acceso a todo lo que publiquemos con la etiqueta azul. ▶ Aquí encontraréis las listas de reproducción de nuestros distintos programas: https://linktr.ee/teambarcapod - Ayúdanos a conocerte mejor respondiendo nuestra Encuesta de 2022 de Team Barça Podcast: https://bit.ly/EncuestaTBP - Hazte iVoox Plus para escuchar nuestros podcast exclusivos: https://www.ivoox.com/plus?affiliate-code=236d35e4316992d5d03c081f654c1e77 ⚽ Fantasy de TBP en Biwenger: https://bit.ly/LigaFantasyTBP ⚽ Porra de TBP en KickTipp: https://bit.ly/PorraTBP Y uniros a nuestra Comunidad de Discord: https://bit.ly/DiscordTBP --- Twitter: twitter.com/TeamBarcaPod TikTok: tiktok.com/@teambarcapod Youtube: youtube.com/@teambarcapod Twitch: twitch.tv/teambarcapod Facebook: facebook.com/teambarcapodcast 📩 teambarcapodcast@gmail.com Música: www.jamendo.com Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

UF Health MedEd Cast
Lateral Ankle Sprains (Acute and Chronic Instability)

UF Health MedEd Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022


R. James Toussaint M.D. discusses lateral ankle sprains, the prevalence of these injuries and the mechanics involved. He explains the difference between mechanical instability vs functional instability, when nonoperative and operative treatment are indicated and importantly, the return to play criteria for an ankle sprain during recovery phase and functional phase.

Global Medical Device Podcast powered by Greenlight Guru
The Future of Healthcare & How We Get There

Global Medical Device Podcast powered by Greenlight Guru

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 48:36


What kinds of possibilities exist in the future for healthcare? How can medical devices reach across different fields of medicine and provide a holistic patient experience in collaboration with each other? These are some of the ideas you'll hear about in today's conversation with Daniel Kraft about the future of healthcare. Daniel Kraft is a Stanford and Harvard-trained Physician-Scientist innovator and investor with over 25 years of clinical, research, biotechnology, and entrepreneurial experience. He's the Chair of Medicine at Singularity University and the founder and chair of Exponential Medicine. Daniel is Board Certified in Internal Medicine & Pediatrics and completed fellowships in hematology/oncology & bone marrow transplantation at Stanford. He's also Faculty Chair of Medicine at Singularity University and Founder, and Chair of Exponential Medicine, a unique cross-disciplinary program that explores how rapidly advancing, convergent technologies can shape the future of healthcare. Advisor to several leading biomedical & digital health startups. He's given six TEDx & TEDMED talks.Listen to the episode to learn more about how Daniel sees the need to start integrating across platforms to give doctors a more holistic view of the patient, the transition from “sick care” to healthcare, and what actions he thinks will help shape the future of healthcare. Some of the highlights of this episode include:Advice for developers on creating devices with a symbiotic relationship with other devices in the fieldWhat the future looks like for physicians when patients can do their own self-assessmentsWhether physicians are too hands-off and removing physical touch because of digital devicesHow to achieve cross-pollination among specialists in different medical fieldsPositive outcomes in digital health due to COVIDHow Daniel keeps tabs on a variety of different fieldsFinding unmet needs in the marketNew ways to engage with patientsActions to take for the futureMemorable quotes from Daniel Kraft:“Most every medical device can have some sort of digital layer to it.”“The future's already here, just not evenly distributed.”“Lateral thinking means also just… trying new things and staying curious, but also sharing that with others.”“You don't want a separate device or app for every medical condition, you kind of want one ring to rule them all and to make holistic sense out of this.”Links:Daniel Kraft's WebsiteDaniel Kraft LinkedInDaniel Kraft TwitterNextMed.Health EventData DonorMedTech DevicesDaniel Kraft's Venture FundDigital.Healthhttps://www.xprize.org/homeEtienne Nichols LinkedInGreenlight Guru AcademyMedTech Excellence CommunityGreenlight Guru

Anarchist Essays
Essay #46: Maia Ramnath, ‘The Not So Postcolonial and the Racial Capitalocene'

Anarchist Essays

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 26:05


In this essay, Maia Ramnath discusses the concept of the racial capitalocene as a framework for linking anticolonialism and climate justice.  As part of a critical dialogue across time with earlier movements, in this case the Progressive Writers Association in South Asia, this framework offers a global context in which to place specific liberation struggles that's appropriate to the present day, as anti-fascism and Afro-Asian solidarity did for the PWA at key periods in the 20th century. Maia Ramnath is an independent scholar based in New York City. Occupations include writing, research, teaching, tour guiding, organizing, performing and choreographing (dance and aerial). Maia's most recent publications are Art for Life: Conversations with the Progressive Writers Moment: on Pens, Swords, and Internationalism, from Antifascism to Afro-Asian Solidarity; "The Other Aryan Supremacy," in the collection No Pasaran!: Antifascist Dispatches from a World in Crisis, and "Reawakening Asia Jaag Utha," in the forthcoming Lateral forum "Toward Third Worlding." This episode of ‘Anarchist Essays' was supported by a grant from The Lipman-Miliband Trust. Our music comes from Them'uns (featuring Yous'uns). Anarchist Essays is brought to you by Loughborough University's Anarchism Research Group. Follow us on Twitter @arglboro Artwork by Sam G.

El camionero geek
Recomendación smartphones con lector de huellas lateral

El camionero geek

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 6:42


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Carrusel Deportivo
Los cromos de Axel y Bruno | Episodio 10 | Ramin Rezaeian: lateral indomable

Carrusel Deportivo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022


Abrimos el sobre y nos sale el cromo del lateral derecho iraní, Ramin en la jornada en la que el equipo de Queiroz tiene opciones de hacer historia clasificándose para octavos de final. Además previas completas de todos los partidos de hoy con las voces de los protagonistas y nuestro ranking de los mejores jugadores de la jornada.Para seguir todos los cromos que Axel y Bruno van a elegir en este mundial, sigue o suscríbete al podcast: https://linktr.ee/loscromosdeaxelybruno

Play Fútbol
Los cromos de Axel y Bruno: Qatar 2022 | Episodio 10 | Ramin Rezaeian: lateral indomable

Play Fútbol

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022


Abrimos el sobre y nos sale el cromo del lateral derecho iraní, Ramin en la jornada en la que el equipo de Queiroz tiene opciones de hacer historia clasificándose para octavos de final. Además previas completas de todos los partidos de hoy con las voces de los protagonistas y nuestro ranking de los mejores jugadores de la jornada.

El Larguero
Los cromos de Axel y Bruno: Qatar 2022 | Episodio 10 | Ramin Rezaeian: lateral indomable

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022


Abrimos el sobre y nos sale el cromo del lateral derecho iraní, Ramin en la jornada en la que el equipo de Queiroz tiene opciones de hacer historia clasificándose para octavos de final. Además previas completas de todos los partidos de hoy con las voces de los protagonistas y nuestro ranking de los mejores jugadores de la jornada.Para seguir todos los cromos que Axel y Bruno van a elegir en este mundial, sigue o suscríbete al podcast: https://linktr.ee/loscromosdeaxelybruno

Rádio Gaúcha
Giro Gre-Nal #109: Grêmio encaminha renovação com Diego Souza e Inter busca lateral-direito

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 3:52


Giro Gre-Nal #109: Grêmio encaminha renovação com Diego Souza e Inter busca lateral-direito by Rádio Gaúcha

Rádio Gaúcha
Giro Gre-Nal #106: o lateral-direito que interessa ao Inter e o qual o futuro de Kannemann no Grêmio

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 3:18


Giro Gre-Nal #106: o lateral-direito que interessa ao Inter e o qual o futuro de Kannemann no Grêmio by Rádio Gaúcha

The Cyber Threat Perspective
Episode 17: Abusing WSUS for Lateral Movement

The Cyber Threat Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 21:33


In this episode Spencer and Brad talk about the hidden dangers of not properly protecting Microsoft WSUS Servers. That's Windows Server Update Service for those not in the know. Attackers often use legitimate functionality to gain ground and WSUS is no different.Nettitude blog discussing SharpWSUS: Introducing SharpWSUS - Nettitude LabsSpencer's fork of SharpWSUS: GitHub - techspence/SharpWSUS: SharpWSUS is a c# tool for abusing Microsoft Windows Server Update Services for Lateral MovementBlog: https://offsec.blog/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCWmudG_CTNAFBaV48vIcfwTwitter: https://twitter.com/cyberthreatpovWork with Us: https://securit360.com

HR ShopTalk
How To Implement Career Pathing or Ladders. Or Should We Say Lattice?!

HR ShopTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 23:33


We all want to move forward in our career path and sometimes that is up. Sometimes that is sideways, which is why 'lattice' is better term for how to view careers. I am definitely on the lattice path!

Rádio Gaúcha
Giro Gre-Nal #105: a possível saída de Vitão do Inter e o lateral oferecido ao Grêmio

Rádio Gaúcha

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 3:24


Giro Gre-Nal #105: a possível saída de Vitão do Inter e o lateral oferecido ao Grêmio by Rádio Gaúcha

Dental Digest
149. Dr. Courtney Lavigne - Coordinating Peg Lateral Cases With The Orthodontist

Dental Digest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 35:33


Click here for Spear Live December 2-3 2022. AACD Annual Conference 2023 Podcast Website Follow @dental_digest_podcast Instagram Follow @dr.melissa_seibert on Instagram Connect with Melissa on Linkedin Dental Digest Podcast Facebook   Dr. Courtney Lavigne practiced restorative dentistry for a decade before selling her fee-for-service cosmetic practice to specialize in orthodontics. She earned her doctorate at the University of Connecticut, graduating at the top of her class and being inducted to Omicron Kappa Upsilon national honor society. During her ten years of practice she became the youngest female accredited through the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. She also gained fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry and the Pierre Fauchard Academy. Dr. Lavigne has lectured nationally on clinical esthetic techniques, practice profitability, and patient communication. In 2014, she started a fee-for-service practice from scratch in Wayland, MA where she gained a reputation for esthetics and patient-centric care. She then went on to orthodontic residency at Tufts University. Today she strives to use her distinctive experience in the two disciplines of restorative dentistry and orthodontics to improve interdisciplinary workflow and communication between the restorative quarterback and the specialists on the treatment team. Dr. Courtney Lavigne is a native of Rhode Island and a graduate of LaSalle Academy in Providence. In her spare time she can be found with her husband Chris, their daughter Yvette, and their miniature labradoodle, Lenny. She is an avid snow-skier and water-skier, a mid-century modern furniture buff, and an interior design enthusiast. She'll also talk your ear off about Jackson Hole or Maui, her two favorite places to visit.

El Larguero
Carrusel Canalla | Ángelo Preciado, lateral de la selección de Ecuador: "Vamos a soñar muy alto para poder hacer el mejor Mundial de nuestra historia"

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 4:13


El jugador del KRC Genk ha estado en 'Carrusel Canalla', donde ha indicado que "es muy importante empezar con pie derecho"

Esporte em Discussão
Bate-Pronto - 16/11/2022 - Mano na Seleção? Informação é NEGADA pela CBF; Entrada de Dani Alves em Pedro VIRALIZA

Esporte em Discussão

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 122:18


O Bate-Pronto desta quarta-feira falará tudo sobre a especulação que movimentou os bastidores da Seleção Brasileira nas últimas 24 horas. Caio Ribeiro, comentarista da TV Globo, disse ter a informação de que Mano Menezes será o substituto de Tite após a Copa do Mundo, mas a CBF tratou de negar. De acordo com a confederação, o novo técnico do selecionado nacional só será escolhido depois do Mundial. O programa também atualizará as informações do time canarinho. No treino de ontem, uma entrada de Daniel Alves em Pedro viralizou nas redes sociais. Muitas pessoas se preocuparam com a imagem do lateral dando um carrinho que "beliscou" o tornozelo do atacante, mas a jogada não lesionou o atleta do Flamengo e sequer gerou preocupação na comissão técnica durante o treinamento.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Urbana Play 104.3 FM
#Perros2022 - Contraseña con pensamiento lateral

Urbana Play 104.3 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 30:42


¡Escuchá esta edición de contraseña! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/urbanaplayfm/message

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning
Brain Fact Friday: A DEEP DIVE into The Brain-Friendly Workplace by Friederike Fabritius ”Understanding Our Neurosignature for Improved Happiness and Productivity at Work”

Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 15:26


Welcome back to The Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast where we bridge the gap between theory and practice, with strategies, tools and ideas we can all use immediately, applied to the most current brain research to heighten productivity in our schools, sports environments and modern workplaces. I'm Andrea Samadi and launched this podcast to share how important an understanding of our brain is for our everyday life and results. On this episode we will cover:  ✔ What are the 4 neurosignatures that Friederike Fabritius identifies in her NEW book, The Brain-Friendly Workplace. ✔ How to use these neurosignatures to improve workplace productivity and happiness. ✔ 3 TIPS for using neurosignatures in YOUR workplace. ✔ Prepare for EPISODE #258 with Friederilke Fabritius.    ALL IMAGES FROM THE BRAIN-FRIENDLY WORKPLACE ARE CREDITED TO CAROLIN NISCHWITZ For this week's Brain Fact Friday, and Episode #257, I want to cover Friederike Fabritius's new book The Brain-Friendly Workplace: Why Talented People Quit and How to Get Them to Stay[i] as I've been reading her book, preparing for our interview Friday morning, and our NEXT episode, and I know I won't be able to cover everything in one interview. This book is beyond comprehensive and has enough science within it to cover our Brain Fact Fridays for the rest of this year. Friederike has been carefully writing this book since our last interview EPISODE #27[ii] back in 2019, when we first launched this podcast, and there are many Aha moments, and connections I'll highlight on the next episode, when we speak with her, but for today's Brain Fact Friday, I want to cover something important that her book taught me. It's the title of her book, The Brain Friendly Workplace, that explains what we all need to happy at work. My goal with this episode is to share Friederike's science-backed brain discovery of the “neurosignature” that she introduces in the introduction of this book, and how we can all use it to increase our awareness, the meaning we create throughout our day, and add a sense of autonomy with our work. Then I'll share an example that shows how her discovery of the “neurosignature” will highlight what we all need to be successful and happy in the modern workplace, with our brain in mind, and that it's not about changing the people (with more training) but it's about changing the workplace. With this paradigm shift in mind, I'll get straight to the point here—- For this week's Brain Fact Friday, Did YOU KNOW THAT: We all have our own “neurosignature,” a unique mix of four key brain chemicals that strongly affects our personality and how we process stress and information?” Once we understand our unique “neurosignature” we can learn how to hit our “optimal stress point” and manipulate our “fun, fear, and focus” which is the recipe for reaching peak performance in the workplace. In this place of peak performance,   Ideas will flow.  You'll feel energized, inspired, and alive. You'll also gain a valuable framework for understanding colleagues and those you interact with their different “neurosignatures.”  You'll get more done in less time  You'll see why changing the workplace is needed, over expecting employees to change with more training.  Understanding our unique “neurosignature” is a technique that provides a competitive advantage allowing you work with the flow, rather than against it.  This is the whole premise of Friederike Fabritius's NEW book, The Brain Friendly Workplace where she's created a new vision for the future of our modern workplaces. What are the 4 Neurosignatures? Friederike says there are 4 brain systems that we can fall into. Can you recognize yourself? Others you work with? What about those you live with? THE DOPAMINE NEUROSIGNATURE: Friederike says that “people high in dopamine are curious, energetic, and future-oriented. Inventors and entrepreneurs tend to have this neurosignature. They get bored easily and are always looking for the next new exciting project.” This one feels like me, as the host of this podcast, thriving with the creation of each episode. THE TESTOSTERONE NEUROSIGNATURE: People high in testosterone are tough-minded, direct, and enjoy wielding power. They tend to be analytical and use systems thinking, which involves moving logically from one step to the next to solve a problem, based on a system's “rules.” They enjoy tinkering with “systems” such as car engines or computers. This signature describes my husband to a “t” and we often joke around about his quality of being direct. I call it something else starting with the letter A—I mean it as a compliment as I do find direct people to be refreshing as they rarely waste time (a pet peeve of mine). THE ESTROGEN/OXYTOCIN NEUROSIGNATURE: People high in estrogen are empathetic and good at building personal connections and community. Estrogen increases the secretion of oxytocin, which enhances feelings of bonding and trust. People with this neurosignature excel at nonlinear “lateral thinking,” which involves examining a problem from multiple angles until insights emerge. Lateral thinkers are also good at envisioning long-term implications of a decision. I'm thinking this also seems like me, as I know I've been told I think this way, and then there's this highly intuitive side to me that I tap into as I'm creating these episodes with the goal of helping others, wherever you might be listening in the world. Are you ALSO noticing that you show up in more than one signature as well? Psychologist Scott Barry Kauffman, who wrote the foreword of The Brain Friendly Workplace, reminds us that “Neurosignatures are fluid, and they should serve as guidelines, as a helpful framework in understanding people, rather than as categories and boxes to classify people” and he shared how his “testosterone neurosignature is very high (in the morning). But by evening, it's almost nonexistent.” As you are thinking of what neurosignature you are, take note to how it might be different throughout your day. THE SEROTONIN NEUROSIGNATURE: In the final brain system, Friederike says that “people high in serotonin are reliable, detail-oriented, cautious and loyal. They thrive on routine and structure and enjoy consistency and stability.” What's YOUR Neurosignature? Where do you fit in? While I recognized myself with a dopamine neurosignature, I could also see I fit into the Estrogen/Oxytocin Signature.  While I admire those who naturally possess the Testosterone Signature, I probably try to rock the boat with those with a Serotonin Neurosignature, who are tradition-oriented and cautious, hoping they'll lean in a bit to some of my crazy adventurous ideas. How Does This Translate into YOUR Workplace for Increased Happiness and Success? It's always easy to look back, connecting the dots backwards, (like Steve Jobs reminds us) but if you asked me what corporate environment I enjoyed the most over my career, or when did I have the most fun with my work, (excluding my time working in the motivation speaking industry where I earned commission sales) I would hands down say that it was when I was operating from the Dopamine Neurosignature, and had fun, was creative, had complete autonomy with my day, was curious, which led to increased self-motivation and high productivity on my end. What job was I doing where I was working with this neurosignature? I was the happiest was when I was a field sales rep, working with Pearson Education, covering the southwest region of the country, selling books and software to Higher Ed (college/university campuses) and K-12 schools in the 5 States surrounding AZ. Work felt like play to me back then. This job hit all the requirements of my Dopamine Neurosignature but the only problem was that it required me to be on the road 4 days/week, so when I wanted to start a family, I had to leave this brain friendly field sales position, and go to inside sales to stay with the company. It's easy to see it all looking back, but I'll never forget the manager who looked me straight in the eye and said “this is a huge mistake for you.” I'm guessing he didn't need to know my neurosignature to see that I'd learn to understand what he meant a few years later when it all sunk in. I noticed the discord when I no longer had the chance to use my creativity, or curiosity in my day, working in this cubicle, that felt sort of like a prison when I was used to the open space of driving on endless open roads, navigating campuses to find my customer's offices, to suddenly sitting in a small space with just a telephone and computer—my neurosignature went haywire. I wouldn't have said it was the easiest transition until I figured out how to bring fun and creativity to an office space when our sales team started to go to the gym at lunchtime, breaking us out of our offices, and activating all of our brains mid-day. I'd say this revised work environment was the second most enjoyable corporate environment I've ever experienced. Like Friederike said “change the workplace, not the people.” Our sales team was highly productive and creative with this autonomy and we were all very happy. Here's my sales team from 2006, all of us with different neurosignatures (some of us were dopamine driven-enjoying the break away from our desks, others were serotonin driven, requesting to go dancing after work, and others testosterone driven—just there for the moment and planning to take over the world, or looking for the next open position in management/leadership). We all worked together, towards a common goal, helping each other to manage our optimal levels of stress, and even without knowing each other's neurosignatures, we knew what each of us needed to be successful. “Change the workplace, not the people.” What Happens if You Don't Have This Type of Synergy in YOUR Workplace? The crazy thing that happened to this sales team, is that our workplace changed about 2 years after this photo was taken. Our company boasted of these huge offices that we would all have moving from Scottsdale, right next to the base of Camelback Mountain (where we often hiked together) to Chandler, where back then, was known for their dairy farms and the wonderful scent you could catch in the air if you drove past one of these farms with your car windows open. Our offices moved and we all lost our synergy. The workplace changed, but not for the better. Management thought replacing our cozy cubicles that looked out to Scottsdale road, and the mountains nearby with a more corporate location (that you can see from the highway if you ever visit AZ). Pearson Education exists on the 101 near the Ray Road exit, but the culture that was created in the  Scottsdale location never made it there. The people were the same, but the workplace changed for the worse, taking the culture we had built with it. I remember using my creative mind, in our new offices, to change the energy of this location, and presented many forward-thinking ideas that were never received well from the Testosterone-led management team. Even the managers who made the old location a success, tried to change the culture, but something had changed with this new location, that would never be captured again. There is a solution to this problem, and Friederike captures it in her NEW book. To Review This Week's Brain Fact Friday, based on Friederike Fabritius's book, The Brain-Friendly Workplace: Why Talented People Quit and How to Get Them to Stay[iii] DID YOU KNOW THAT: We all have our own “neurosignature,” a unique mix of four key brain chemicals that strongly affects our personality and how we process stress and information?” Once we understand our unique “neurosignature” we can learn how to hit our “optimal stress point” and manipulate our “fun, fear, and focus” which is the recipe for reaching peak performance in the workplace.   HOW DO WE USE OUR NEUROSIGNATURE TO OPTIMIZE PRODUCTIVITY AND HAPPINESS IN OUR WORKPLACE? The first step of creating a Brain-Friendly Workplace is to recognize your own neurosignature, as well as those you work with, to optimize what each person on your team needs to reach peak performance with their work. I highly suggest reading the entire book, The Brain-Friendly Workplace, as I've only scratched the surface of this topic, and be sure to listen to our next episode where Freiderike dives deeper into her book with me. The next step is to remember that it's about changing the workplace, not the people, with more training. Think of ways that the workplace can be changed, replacing old ways of thinking (like how many hours you must sit at your desk) with the outcomes you expect employees to achieve. Remember my example of our sales team that left the office every day at lunch to exercise, increasing our productivity, happiness and loyalty to the company. REMEMBER: When were YOU the happiest with YOUR work? It took me some time to think back to all the workplaces I've ever worked in, but the ones where I was the happiest were easy to remember. Through trial and error I now know that I perform best working at a desk if I am able to exercise BEFORE I have to sit for long periods of time. How do you perform best? How do those you work with perform best? How can you use the neurosignature to improve your workplace productivity and happiness? I'll leave you with these questions, and will see you on our next episode, with Friederike Fabritius, as we dive into The Brain Friendly Workplace. See you next week.  REFERENCES: [i] The Brain Friendly Workplace: Why Talented People Qui and How to Make Them Stay by Friederike Fabritius Published Oct. 11th, 2022  https://www.amazon.com/Brain-Friendly-Workplace-Talented-People-Quit/dp/1538159538/ref=sr_1_3?crid=3NVHQ2JCDQ2NP&keywords=brain+friendly+workplace&qid=1667939024&sprefix=brain+friendly+%2Caps%2C213&sr=8-3 [ii] Neuroscience Meets Social and Emotional Learning Podcast EPISODE #27 with Friederike Fabritius on “The Recipe for Achieving Peak Performance.” https://andreasamadi.podbean.com/e/pioneer-in-the-field-of-neuroleadership-friederike-fabritius-on-the-recipe-for-achieving-peak-performance/ [iii] The Brain Friendly Workplace: Why Talented People Qui and How to Make Them Stay by Friederike Fabritius Published Oct. 11th, 2022  https://www.amazon.com/Brain-Friendly-Workplace-Talented-People-Quit/dp/1538159538/ref=sr_1_3?crid=3NVHQ2JCDQ2NP&keywords=brain+friendly+workplace&qid=1667939024&sprefix=brain+friendly+%2Caps%2C213&sr=8-3

The John Batchelor Show
#Quad: #AUKUS: Bi-lateral agreements strengthen the defense. Gregory Copley, Defense & Foreign Affairs

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 6:10


Photo: No known restrictions on publication. @Batchelorshow #Quad: #AUKUS: Bi-lateral agreements strengthen the defense. Gregory Copley, Defense & Foreign Affairs https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-11-09/nobel-prize-winner-australia-cant-drag-feet-on-engineering/101630992

CriptoMonedas TV
Resumen Semanal: Por qué #NYM. #BTC lateral y #altcoins suben. Nodos prunados. Bloques #ETH censurados por la OFAC.

CriptoMonedas TV

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 8:31


• ¿Por qué #NYM? https://sargatxet.cloud/stake-de-nym-mixnet/ • BTC lateral hasta fin de año y algunas monedas despegarán • ¿Qué es un nodo prunado? • Bloques ETH censurados por la OFAC • Ciudadelas y jurisdicciones Este es un resumen semanal de nuestras transmisiones en vivo. Puedes participar con tus preguntas Lunes, Miércoles y Viernes a las 2:00 PM Martes y Jueves a las 7:00 PM (Centro USA) Version #podcast en Anchor: https://anchor.fm/criptomonedastv Síguenos también en: Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/criptomonedastv Periscope: https://www.periscope.tv/CriptoMonedasTV Minds https://www.minds.com/criptomonedastv?referrer=criptomonedastv Telegram: https://t.me/criptomonedastvcom Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@criptomonedastv:6 3Speak https://3speak.online/user/criptomonedastv Guarda tu Bitcoin de forma segura: Trezor - https://criptomonedastv.com/ir/trezor Ledger Nano - https://criptomonedastv.com/ir/ledgernano BitBox v 2.0 - https://criptomonedastv.com/ir/bitbox ColdCard y Open Dime - https://criptomonedastv.com/ir/coldcard CryptoSteel - https://criptomonedastv.com/ir/cryptosteel --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/criptomonedastv/support

#WeGotGoals
How The Co-Founders of Brrrn transitioned from Studio to Connected Digital

#WeGotGoals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 57:37


I've gotten to chat with Brrrn co-founders Johnny Adamic and Jimmy Martin a few times since meeting them in 2018. I'd like to remind you that 2018 was a time before the proliferation of zoom, so our first interview was conducted via freeconferencecall.com. I remember vividly chatting with the pair in 2018. They were equal parts entertaining and excited about a super-specific niche in fitness (cold temperature training). I have a memory of the thought, “it's a shame that I'm the only one listening to this recording” as I wrote the article for aSweatLife.com.Call this take two. I genuinely like these guys. I looked forward to this interview for the past couple of days because I knew it would be a really good time. And I really like every person who comes onto the podcast, but some people make me nervous in a way that Jimmy and Johnny do not. They're a mix of charming, smart and funny that you know endears people to them. And I think that is the essence of the brand they've created. Charming, welcoming and smart. You'll hear them talk about it on the episode, but they're an insanely perfect match for where the world went after they opened their studio in the heart of New York City. Jimmy worked with SNL and studied at the Upright Citizens Brigade - or UCB as it's called in the biz - and cut his teeth on production before the world shut down. He also has that improv-er ability to problem solve through the “yes, and.” They both have it, actually, you'll hear Johnny say, “To yes, and that, Jimmy …”And Johnny studied public health in New York City and worked for Mayor Bloomberg. He can and will throw science at you in an approachable way. So together, they chose to create cold training spaces when the rest of the world was only counting workouts that got them as hot and sweaty as humanly possible. And it was there that they fell in love with training on a slide board and there that they started manifesting their future partner and investor, Apolo Ohno.So when the pandemic hit, I don't want to undervalue the stress they went through, but they accepted it, and built on what was in front of them. They “yes, and” ed the pandemic and build an ecommerce business after finding a US-based partner to manufacture an at-home version of the slide board. And there's a lot to love about Brrrn besides the guys who created it, including their growing list of studios and gyms where you can find their programming as well as certifications for trainers to get Continuing education Credits. We hardly even scratched the surface.Resources:Learn more about training at home with BrrrnSee the Brrrn Board in action (youTube video)Follow @brrrn on InstagramFollow @JohnnyAdamic on InstagramFollow @JimmyTMartin (the quadfather) on InstagramThe first time Jimmy and Johhny were on aSweatLifeA brief introduction to Lateral training by Shape.comThe Study on Cold plunges they reference by Huberman Find the Brrrn Bundle on our Move Holiday Gift GuideJust for fun: The movie we talk about - Nobody, starring Bob OdenkirkJust for fun: the actress I adoringly talk about, D'Arcy Carden

Spartacus Roosevelt Podcast
Spartacus Roosevelt Podcast, Episode 270: Lateral Shift

Spartacus Roosevelt Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022


"Mobler" by Dungen from En ar for Mycket och Tusen Aldrig Nog; "When You're Around" by Water From Your Eyes from Structure; "Fly by Night" by Adam Shephard from Quad; "Patch of Wet Ground" by Persher from Man with the Magic Soap; "Glimpse an End" by Steve Bates from Glimpse an End; "S.O.L. (featuring Olivier St. Louis) by Bibio from BIB10; "I'll Follow You Through the Floor (Live)" by Psychic Ills from Live at Levitation; "Venus in Furs" by Blasted Canyons featuring Jeremy Cox from Velvet Underground and Nico; "Swirling Flurry" by Thick Air from Soma Cataria; "Rain" by Cerberus Shoal from the expanded edition of their self-titled debut; "IV" by Oren Ambarchi from Shebang.

On the Mark Golf Podcast
Gary Cressend Shares Golf Swing Lessons from his Stable of PGA TOUR Clients

On the Mark Golf Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 44:56 Very Popular


Gary Cressend is a sought after instructor on The PGA TOUR. Based at The Augusta (GA) Country Club, Gary is a Skillest Instructor and works with golfers of all skill levels from Beginners through the Pro's. He joins #OntheMark to discuss his journey from being a College Baseball player to one of the leading teachers in the game. He also shares lessons you can learn from his current stable of PGA TOUR clients. He talks about Matt NeSmith, Henrik Norlander, Greyson Sigg and Richie Werenski and highlights the following golf swing lessons: Eliminating a "Two-Way Miss" for Control and the value of a Stable Leg Action. How the Legs work to support a sound Pivot and Power. Being Yourself and Understanding and Remaining True to Your Skill-set and Abilities. Lateral vs Rotational Movement in the Golf Swing and the Relationship between the Swinging of the Arms and the Movement of the Body. Gary also shares drills to help each of those elements, and as a scoring add-on, talks about Putting and Starting the Ball On-line more consistently. Improve your entire game with the insights Gary shares in this podcast.

Movement Made Better Podcast
#95 Hip Mobility (Part 1 of 2) w/Dennis Dunphy, Neal Valera, and Ray Bailey

Movement Made Better Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 42:29


Check out this week's podcast episode with Stick Mobility Founders Dennis Dunphy, Neal Valera, and special guest host Ray Bailey. In this week's podcast, the coaches Help you understand why you want to train in internal hip rotation and why a little valgus knee activation, as long as you're controlling it, is okay.   In this podcast, we discuss: 01:00 - Internal hip rotation 05:50 - Favorite ways to train internal rotation 13:27 - Internal hip mobility regressions 15:36 - Con's of NOT having internal hip rotation 21:08 - Lateral movement & Power generation  32:43 - 90/90 Drill 35:08 - Knee Health  37:24 - Valgus knee activation   More from Stick Mobility: https://stickmobility.com/ https://www.instagram.com/nvstrength/ https://www.instagram.com/diamondphysiquesj/ https://www.instagram.com/raybaileycoaching/

Scaling Postgres
Episode 238 Slow Updates, Lateral Joins, Serial To Identity, PG 15 Changes

Scaling Postgres

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 13:06


In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss why and what to do when updates are slow, use cases for lateral joins, moving from serial to identity for auto-incrementing ids and changes to Postgres 15. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://www.cybertec-postgresql.com/en/why-are-my-postgresql-updates-getting-slower/ https://pganalyze.com/blog/5mins-postgres-debug-UPDATE-bloated-tables-auto-explain-pageinspect https://sqlfordevs.com/for-each-loop-lateral-join https://adamj.eu/tech/2022/10/21/migrate-postgresql-ids-serial-identity-django-4.1/ https://blog.rustprooflabs.com/2022/10/postgres-15-config-changes https://pgconfig.rustprooflabs.com/param/change/14/15 https://www.enterprisedb.com/blog/exclusive-backup-mode-finally-removed-postgres-15 https://fluca1978.github.io/2022/10/21/PostgreSQL15JsonLogs.html https://www.enterprisedb.com/blog/postgres-15-adds-copy-header-and-matching https://www.endpointdev.com/blog/2022/10/upgrading-postgresql-14-to-15-on-fedora-centos-rocky-alma-linux/ https://www.bostongis.com/blog/index.php?/archives/278-Using-pg_upgrade-to-upgrade-PostgreSQL-9.6-PostGIS-2.4-to-PostgreSQL-15-3.3-on-Yum.html https://www.softwareandbooz.com/postgresql-at-the-pass-data-community-summit-2022/ https://postgres.fm/episodes/stored-procedures https://postgresql.life/post/cedric_duprez/ https://www.rubberduckdevshow.com/episodes/62-staying-off-the-rails-with-joel-drapper/  

Experiencing Financial Contentment with Dominique Henderson, CFP® | Get Better Results in Your Life

On this week's episode of Conversations for Financial Professionals, I chat with Hannah Moore, CFP® about why the financial planning industry is typically viewed as a linear career path from the outside looking in, but in fact, it's quite the opposite.   In the full episode, you'll discover:

Inside The 18
Episode 254: Lateral Adjustments & Activations w/ NC Courage Asst Coach Nathan Thackeray (More Session Designs On The Union Sports App)

Inside The 18

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 59:59


orthodontics In summary
What goes wrong with MARPE? Audrey Yoon

orthodontics In summary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 7:16


What goes wrong with MARPE? Audrey Yoon Join me for a lecture summary from this years AAO by Audrey Yoon. Don't Make the Same Mistake I Did/ MARPE Complication. Success MARPE Overall separation: 87.8% Success rate of sutural separation: (Jeon 2021) · 61.05% in male · 94.17% in female · Average expansion: 7.8 ± 2.4 mm. Variation with age and gender MARPE efficacy = Achieved Vs planned expansion · Greater negative correlation with age in general o More male than female o Planned Vs achieved a. 20 years old = 1:1 M:F b. 30 years old = 0.5:1 : 0.8:1 c. 40 years old = 0! : 0.6:1 BUT NO DATA – extrapolation No relationship with bicortical engagement Asymmetric expansion · = 50% of cases ANS level greater than 1mm · 27% Greater than 2mm at ANS · Severe: Similar to tripod fracture · Causes of asymmetry Kim 2019 · Nasal-maxillary suture opening / remain closed · 30% of case unilateral opening of suture SARPE = 3-13% asymmetric expansion Williams 2012, Smeets 2020 Pain · 45% report pain · 19% Around band of 1st maxillary molar band · 10% headaches Gingival inflammation · 83.9% of patients · Design = flush o Change to 1mm from palate and arms 3mm from palate = reduce · Greater inflammation in retention o Possibly due to palatal vault relapse and therefore TADs imbed in palate Breakages · 10% · Usually guide rod / arm Rare: Loss of vitality 2% · Required RCT maxillary incisors (SARPE 4.5%) Fractures - potential tripod fracture Infra-orbital numbness · Temporary numbness 6 weeks · 3 cases · Management · Turn backwards slowly · Facial massage / myofascial · Folate, Vit b – aid nerve regeneration Hearing loss · Zygomatic arch = hearing loss temporary, tetanus, trismus Unexplained tears · Lateral orbital rim = sagging eyeball, lacrimal gland Popping in the ear Lateral pterygoid fracture · Click and popping to the ear – cheek shooting pain · Lateral pterygoid plate fracture – asymmetric expansion Consent Audrey Yoon – youtube patient instruction video / leaflet Growing consent Audrey Yoon paper AJODO clinical companion – open access A retrospective analysis of the complications associated with miniscrew-assisted rapid palatal expansion` Audrey Yoon 2022

Hey Chaplain
040 - How Not to Fumble a Lateral: Stephen Smith

Hey Chaplain

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 40:38


As a football fan, nothing makes me more nervous that ball carrier who is hemmed in but you can tell by his body language that he's looking to lateral the ball to a teammate.  That lateral is high risk and can make or break the game.  Likewise in law enforcement, feeling hemmed in and trapped can lead to the decision to make a lateral transfer to another department.  But how do you know if you should lateral?  Is that going to save your law enforcement career or just make you miserable?Today we're talking to Captain Stephen Smith.  He has almost 30 years in law enforcement, including a pretty bit lateral from a small department to one ten times bigger, about mid-way through.  I asked Steve to come talk to you today about the pros and cons of making a lateral.Music is by Chris Haugen and also by Winking Fox MusicHey Chaplain Podcast Episode 040Subscribe/Follow here: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hey-chaplain/id1570155168 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2CGK9A3BmbFEUEnx3fYZOY

OLIVIA TOWERS PODCAST
Introducing lateral work | Take the rein with Towers

OLIVIA TOWERS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 48:15


We have another training podcast for you and this is one of my favourite topics to discuss.  Lateral work is a vital key to keeping your horse supple, relaxed, and developing strength. People are often nervous to start this as they think it needs to be a big jump up in training but it's very easy to slowly move it into your work.  Enjoy and make sure to share this on social media when you are listening!