Dave LaGreca, Bully Ray, Mark Henry and Tommy Dreamer describe the differences in how wrestlers are able to take time off today for injury as compared to when they were actively in their primes. All of our Masters site examples of their notorious injuries and the struggles they faced to get back in the ring as soon as possible.
When it comes to health and fitness, Tony Horton needs no introduction. For over 40 years he has been involved in the fitness industry, and continues to be a model of health well into his 60s. Tony became a household name with the development of P90X, and has worked with a number of celebrities including Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty. Although Tony does not run competitively, he explores his local California trails on the run each week as part of his regular fitness routine. Tony has long emphasized becoming a well rounded athlete in body and mind, and his training reflects this. My discussion with Tony focuses on the mental and physical benefits of fitness. Without both elements, the journey is less valuable and meaningful. Some of the topics we delve into include: How Tony got immersed in the world of fitness The early impact of fitness on both his body and mind The development and evolution of the popular P90X training system How Tony has continued to evolve alongside the fitness industry Why consistency and flexibility are key to making fitness a lifelong practice The importance of optimizing essentials like sleep, diet, and recovery as you get older Tony's message is valuable and relatable for all athletes. Enjoy our discussion! Links & Resources from the Show: Learn more about Tony on his website Follow Tony on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook Check out Power Nation Fitness and Power Life Let me help you reach your goals Thank You Previnex! We're supported by our newest partner, Previnex. After resisting most supplements for the better part of my life, I'm cautiously changing my tune. I'm less than a year from being a Masters runner and in my personal life, I'm optimizing for longevity. I want to be my healthiest self for as long as possible and I'm excited to partner with Previnex to make that happen. Previnex uses the most bioavailable, clinically tested ingredients, the optimal form and dose of each ingredient, pharmaceutical grade manufacturing, testing of raw ingredients and finished products. For every purchase you make, they also donate vitamins to kids in need. I've been taking their Immune Support and multivitamin over the last month and I feel great. I have more energy and clarity, not to mention peace of mind that I'm giving my body what it needs. I believe Previnex works and I hope you experience the same benefits as I do. Use code jason15 for 15% off your order at Previnex! Thank You GOODR! If you watch my videos on YouTube you know that I've been wearing Goodr sunglasses for nearly a decade. They're super affordable - starting at only $25, made for running so they stay on your face, and the styles are just wild. They're also a 100% Carbon Neutral company, meaning they offset all of their carbon emissions, and they donate 1% of their profits to environmental causes. Goodr offers a 30-day money back guarantee and 100% satisfaction but I know you'll find a pair you love from the hundreds of styles they have. Find yours here at Goodr to get free shipping.
Mind control is the final frontier of the technocratic revolution. Everything you do is increasingly trackable through technology. It is unfortunate that many people are not fully aware of what is at stake because they have been mesmerized by cult-like propaganda aimed at preserving the globalist mind trap. This psychotronic push to place life under the aegis of the cybermind has a history - one that deifies the machine and attempts to convince people they too are machines without existential freedom. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with radio personality and author, David Masters about MACHINE HEAD. #GroundZero #ClydeLewis #MachineHead #MindControl https://groundzeromedia.org/5-24-23-machine-head/ Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis is live M-F from 7-10pm, pacific time, and streamed for free at groundzero.radio and talkstreamlive.com. There is a delayed broadcast on our local Portland radio station, KPAM 860, from 9pm-12am, pacific time. To leave a message, call our toll-free line at 866-536-7469. To listen by phone: 717-734-6922. To call the live show: 503-225-0860. For Android and iPhones, download the Paranormal Radio app. The transcript of each episode will be posted after the show on our website at groundzeromedia.org. In order to access Ground Zero's exclusive digital library which includes webinars, archived shows/podcasts, research groups, videos, documents, and more, you need to sign up at aftermath.media. Subscriptions start at $7/month. Check out the yearly specials!
Tori and Chad Masters join Kait and JJ to talk about how to set and keep physical boundaries without being legalistic. Want to meet some epic Christian Singles? Join our huge HOD Family on FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/heartofdatingpodcast Want to join the Singles Ministry your church doesn't have while getting access to monthly masterclasses? Join TSA today! https://thesinglesacademyhod.com/plans/224595?bundle_token=aac55bc380a323b776655e1b717c0ef6&utm_source=manual Want to WATCH the podcast? We're now on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ1PswEXEyeSddMmOSiRKGw Crushing on a cutie? Download this FREE Resource on how to show interest: https://www.heartofdating.com/resource/how-to-show-interest Want to further your dating knowledge? Check out our ultimate dating library! https://www.heartofdating.com/resource/ultimate-dating-library Kait wrote a book! Snag Thank You For Rejecting Me on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3E59cLQ Come hang with us on the gram: http://instagram.com/heartofdating http://instagram.com/kaitness . . . . . A quick thank you to some of our friends! Faithful Counseling: Our #1 resource for affordable, reliable, Christian therapy. You can get 10% off your first month by going to http://faithfulcounseling.com/heartofdating Compassion International: Do you have a burning desire to be a parent but feel stuck in singleness? Do you want to make a lasting, powerful impact in your life as a single? We are a proud partner of Compassion International. Our community of singles has sponsored hundreds of kids all around the world, and we'd love to invite you to join us on this compelling mission. http://compassion.com/heartofdating
Downtime - The Mountain Bike Podcast
Eddie Masters is an incredible mountain bike racer, character and also a huge fan of the sport. We sat down to catch up on his 2022 season of enduro and downhill racing. We also get Eddie's thoughts on the upcoming World Cup season, the Jackson vs Jordan battle and plenty more. So sit back, hit play and listen to this episode with Eddie Masters. You'll find Eddie Masters on Instagram @edmasters. You can also watch this episode on my YouTube channel here. To be in with a chance of winning one of 3 sets of Magura MT7 Pro brakes, fill out our short listener survey here. Supporting Partners Canyon If you fancy one of Canyon's awesome eBikes, then as a Downtime listener you can get free bike guard on your ebike order until midnight CET on 3rd June 2023 by using the code 'CANYON-FULLY-CHARGED-2023' at the checkout on canyon.com. Terms & Conditions: *This voucher code is valid online between 9 May 2023, 09:30 CET, and 3 June 2023, 23:59 CET. The code applies a free Bike Guard to bike and frameset orders within the category e-MTB. It cannot be redeemed in conjunction with any other discount code and excludes items in the Canyon Factory Outlet. The code cannot be applied retroactively and applies only to products available at the time of purchase. Cannot be redeemed for cash. Resale is prohibited. The code can only be used once per customer. Canyon reserve the right to terminate or change the terms of this promotion at any time. We Are One Composites We Are One are generously offering Downtime listeners 15% off wheelsets, rims and their Da Package bar and stem. So wether you want their new Convergence wheels, their still very awesome Revolution wheels, or their Da Package bar and stem, now is your time. You can get 15% off until the end of May 2023 by using the code ‘DowntimeMay2023‘ at weareonecomposites.com (note: this must be entered at the final stage of the checkout process on the ‘confirm order' page). Podcast Stuff Patreon I would love it if you were able to support the podcast via a regular Patreon donation. Donations start from as little as £3 per month. That's less than £1 per episode and less than the price of a take away coffee. Every little counts and these donations will really help me keep the podcast going and hopefully take it to the next level. To help out, head here. Merch If you want to support the podcast, and represent, then my webstore is the place to head. All products are 100% organic, shipped without plastics, and made with a supply chain that's using renewable energy. So check it out now over at downtimepodcast.com/shop. Newsletter If you want a bit more Downtime in your life, then you can join my newsletter where I'll provide you with a bit of behind the scenes info on the podcast, interesting bits and pieces from around the mountain bike world, some mini-reviews of products that I've been using and like, partner offers and more. You can do that over at downtimepodcast.com/newsletter. Follow Us Give us a follow on Instagram @downtimepodcast or Facebook @downtimepodcast to keep up to date and chat in the comments. For everything video, including riding videos, bike checks and more, subscribe over at youtube.com/downtimemountainbikepodcast. Are you enjoying the podcast? If so, then don't forget to follow it. Episodes will get delivered to your device as soon as it's available and it's totally free. You'll find all the links you need at downtimepodcast.com/follow. You can find us on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google and most of the podcast apps out there. Our back catalogue of amazing episodes is available at downtimepodcast.com/episodes Photo - Boris Beyer
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The Ferment Podcast - Conversations About Worship And Transformation
In this episode of The Ferment, Adam chats with Jimmy John Morris about living a double life as a senior pastor and drummer. Jimmy John describes how music is woven through his story of faith, and shares some words of wisdom for both worship leaders and senior pastors. And much to Jimmy John's delight, you'll hear the story of "The Hit." Jimmy John Morris has been serving in the Vineyard for 30 years. They served over 20 years at the Yakima, WA Vineyard, spent two years in Texas, and moved back to Kent, WA to serve as the senior pastor in 2017. Prior to serving in the Vineyard, he was a professional musician and an educator. He has a Master of Arts degree in Biblical Studies from The Institute of Biblical Studies Seattle and a Masters of Arts degree in Global Urban Leadership from Bakke Graduate University. Jimmy John has also served on the Vineyard's Northwest Leadership team, as an area pastor, and served on both the NW youth and worship task forces. Jimmy John is passionate about seeing people become authentic followers of Jesus. He and his wife, Donna, have been married for 32 years and have two married children, David (& Shelby), and Sara (& Bryson), and he is a grandfather to Wesley, who he is now teaching how to play drums...at the age of two. Show Notes: Vineyard Worship Essentials: https://www.vineyardworship.com/essentials
Door Bumper Clear - Dirty Mo Media
All-star weekend from North Wilkesboro is over and Door Bumper Clear (minus Freddie Kraft) returns to break down the action and is joined by NASCAR on FOX Coordinating Director, Artie Kempner, to talk about playing college football at the University of Florida, how he got into TV, directing The Masters, and founding Autism Speaks. In Spot Off, Spot Off, the table discusses why they don't think Justin Marks needs to rein in Ross Chastain as much as people think, how the Next Gen car handled the old North Wilkesboro surface, their thoughts on potentially repaving the track, and whether or not Kyle Larson's “ass-whooping” can be considered a good race. Plus, Artie answers some questions from some FOX Sports personalities in Ask DBC To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode of the Thoughtful Entrepreneur, your host Josh Elledge speaks with the Intuit Trainer/Writer Network & Elite-level QuickBooks ProAdvisor of Royalwise Solutions, Inc., Alicia Katz Pollock. Connecting with Alicia Katz is an excellent choice if you want to improve your QuickBooks skills and knowledge. As a Top 10 ProAdvisor and a Intuit Trainer/Writer Network member, Alicia is a leading expert in QuickBooks and related software programs. She has authored several books on QuickBooks and MS Word, and is a top-rated speaker at industry events. She offers personalized coaching and online training programs tailored to your unique needs and goals. Her patient and engaging teaching style ensures that you will learn in a fun and easy-to-understand way. Whether a small business owner or a QuickBooks professional, Alicia can help you improve your skills and take your understanding of QuickBooks to the next level. About Alicia Katz Pollock: Alicia is the QBO Rock Star at Learn.Royalwise.com. As a Top 10 ProAdvisor and a member of the Intuit Trainer/Writer Network, Alicia has five QuickBooks and MS Word books on Amazon, leads weekly QuickBooks training webinars, and runs a QBO Coaching program. She is a top-rated speaker at QuickBooks Connect, Scaling New Heights, and Intuit's Certification Road Show. With a Masters of Arts in Teaching, 30+ years of tech industry experience, and a mile-long list of professional certifications, Alicia expertly blends deep subject matter expertise and patient guidance to provide an easy and fun online learning environment. About Royalwise Solutions, Inc.: Royalwise is a computer training and support company that specializes in teaching popular software programs, such as Apple, Microsoft, and Intuit. With over 30 years of teaching experience, Royalwise offers an extensive library of online classes, live webinars, video tutorials, and personalized 1-on-1 support for learners of all skill levels. What sets Royalwise apart is their commitment to making learning fun and engaging. Their curriculum is infused with humor and entertainment, and their instructors are experts at simplifying complex topics for everyday learners. Royalwise also offers support for businesses, helping them optimize their technology and increase productivity. With a focus on assisting clients to find success and happiness through technology, Royalwise is a trusted resource for individuals and organizations alike. Apply to be a Guest on The Thoughtful Entrepreneur: https://go.upmyinfluence.com/podcast-guest Links Mentioned in this Episode: Want to learn more? Check out Royalwise Solutions, Inc. website at https://royalwise.com/ Check out Royalwise Solutions, Inc. on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/royalwise-solutions/ Check out Allies4me on Twitter at https://twitter.com/allies4me Check out Royalwise Solutions, Inc. on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/royalwisesolutions/ Check out Royalwise Solutions, Inc. on Facebook at
We've touched on conversations about veteran disability before, but on this episode we're going all in. To get this conversation right we needed a guest who really understands the VA disability system, and it's hard to imagine someone more qualified to discuss this issue than Dan Gade. Dan is an Army veteran who became an amputee in 2005 while serving as a company commander in Ramadi, Iraq. Since this is an audio only format and we don't discuss it directly in the episode, it's important to note that Dan is missing almost the entirety of his right leg. He continued serving despite his injury and retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in 2017. He went on to work as a disability and veteran services activist, professor, and researcher. He currently serves as the Commissioner of the Virginia Department of Veterans Services. Most importantly for this conversation, Dan is the author of Wounding Warriors: How Bad Policy is Making Veterans Sicker and Poorer. This well researched book unflinchingly goes after the "third rail" political topic of veterans disability reform. Described as a "must read" by GEN (R) Jim Mattis (former Secretary of Defense) and Jim Nicholson (former Secretary of Veterans Affairs) the book takes on controversial issues that others tend to avoid. Dan has his bachelors in environmental science from West Point and his Masters in public administration and his PhD in public policy from the University of Georgia. He served in the administration of President George W. Bush, taught at both West Point and American University, and was appointed to the National Council on Disability. He also knows a thing or two about fitness, he became the paralympic world champion at the 2010 Ironman 70.3. Additional Resources: Of course we recommend reading Dan's book Wounding Warriors: How Bad Policy is Making Veterans Sicker and Poorer. You can even order a signed copy from Dan from woundingwarriors.com. You can find Dan's article "A Better Way to Help Veterans" in National Affairs here. Read his article "Why the VA is Buried in Disability Claims" in the Wall Street Journal here. He has also published formal research: "Combat exposure and mental health: the long-term effects among US Vietnam and Gulf war veterans" in Health Economics can be found here. "Where Did You Serve? Veteran Identity, Representative Bureaucracy, and Vocational Rehabilitation" in the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory can be found here. In our discussion he also recommended listening to his appearance on the Cleared Hot podcast with Andy Stumpf.
Tim Cates talks with Jesse Foss about guiding his CUI Eagles lacrosse team to a 2023 MCLA National Championship. The former college lacrosse standout at Stoney Brook has been in Southern California for two decades coaching youth, high school and college lacrosse. Jesse is in his 5th season at CUI as the Men's Lacrosse Coach and will now help the program transition from Club to NCAA D2 in 2024.
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Let's Talk About Myths, Baby! A Greek & Roman Mythology Podcast
Liv speaks with Masters student (and TikTok star!) Hannah Parker "Historical Han", about the goddess Tyche, and teaching through Tiktok. Follow Hannah on Tiktok and Instagram. Help keep LTAMB going by subscribing to Liv's Patreon for bonus content! CW/TW: far too many Greek myths involve assault. Given it's fiction, and typically involves gods and/or monsters, I'm not as deferential as I would be were I referencing the real thing. Attributions and licensing information for music used in the podcast can be found here: mythsbaby.com/sources-attributions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the wake of such comprehensive exploration and analysis around the foundational medical research cited time and time again regarding child and adolescent gender transition, the Dutch Protocol, we extended an invitation to Dr. Stephen Levine and Dr. Julia Mason to join us in a discussion about their most recent paper, co-authored together with Zhenya Abbruzzese in a thorough critique of the Dutch Protocol.Dr. Stephen B. Levine is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. He is the solo author of five books, all of which are concerned with love and sexuality. He has been teaching, providing clinical care, and writing since 1973 and has generated over 180 publications, 35 of which have been related to gender dysphoria. He and two colleagues received a lifetime achievement Masters and Johnson's Award from the Society for Sex Therapy and Research in March 2005. His recent publications on gender dysphoria have been read by thousands of people.Dr. Julia Mason is a pediatrician who started medical school in the Medical Scientist Training Program but emerged with a Master's degree in Nutritional Science rather than the planned PhD. This extended her medical education and kept her grounded in the scientific basis of medical care, which may have made her more likely to be skeptical of pediatric “affirmative gender care” when she saw it taking root in her hometown of Portland, Oregon. Julia is a founder and board member of SEGM, the Society for Evidence-based Gender Medicine. She is a full-time practicing pediatrician in Gresham Oregon, her gender work is extracurricular and entirely voluntary.Our conversation with Drs. Levine and Mason evolved into a pretty intense exploration of sexuality and the consequences that blocking an adolescent's puberty has on their developing sexuality. We explore why so many adolescents are consciously or subconsciously seeking to block their sexuality and seek, sometimes desperately, to avoid opportunities for experiencing natural sexual development. And what about the impact and consequences of easy access to extreme varieties of pornography? But most importantly, why are we robbing young people of the opportunity to develop their sexuality? This is the key question. The discovery and exploration of sexual desire are critically important for the adolescent experience. Puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones not only disrupt but eradicate the normative and positive experience of coming to grips with one's desires and sexual self.Please note that this conversation includes many topics explicit in nature, listener discretion is advised.Links:Co-Authored article with E. AbbruzzeseThe Myth of "Reliable Research" in Pediatric Gender Medicine: A critical evaluation of the Dutch Studies-and research that has followedhttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0092623X.2022.2150346Stephen Levin, MD's most recent published article with E. Abbruzzese:Current Concerns about Gender-Affirming Therapy in Adolescents https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11930-023-00358-xSelections of Julia Mason, MD's Published Workhttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0092623X.2022.2046221
Scholé Sisters: Camaraderie for the Classical Homeschooling Mama
Our guest today is Renee Shepard. Renee was one of the fortunate few to be homeschooled back when that wasn't really a thing. When she had her own children, she wanted to provide an even better education for them. That drove her to a study of classical education, and over the last ten years she has been homeschooling her children while staying a step ahead of them as she completed her Masters in Classical Christian Studies at New Saint Andrews college. She has been teaching the progymnasmata at various homeschool co-ops for the last 5 years and next year will begin teaching part time at Logos School. Today, we're going to talk about this classical approach to writing — called the progymnasmata! — how it relates to the modernist five-paragraph essay, why it's better than modernist writing curricula, and so much more. *** Renee Shepard isn't just our guest for this episode; she's the teacher we hired to teach summer school this year! Renee is going to unwrap a big gift for us, one that has been sitting under classical education's tree, untouched, for a very long time, and that is CLASSICAL WRITING. Did you know that classical education has its own, highly effective way of teaching writing, that writing was taught this way for at least 1500 years, and that when we abandoned this way of teaching, that was when writing began to decline? You're a classical homeschooler; you don't have to use a modernist writing program. Renee will help. To register for summer school, go to https://www.scholesisters.com/writing and sign up! *** Click here to access today's show notes. Click here to join the Sistership.
A Republic, If You Can Keep It
The polling shows Michigan voters unhappy with the economy, yet the numbers tell a different story. Unemployment rate dropped to 3.8% in April, tying the pre-pandemic February 2020 rate. Since the mid-1970s, Michigan's unemployment rate only fell below 4.0% during three periods: periodically from 1998-2000, from November 2019 to March 2020, and now. In April, Michigan had a total labor force of 4,869,000. This was an increase of 18,000 over the month and 26,000 over the year. The state recorded 4,420,000 payroll jobs in April, an increase of 5,000 jobs over March and an increase of 61,000 jobs over the year. Michigan's labor force participation rate climbed to 60.2 percent this month, the highest rate since September 2020. One huge threat to that strong economy: Congress. Congressional leaders say the nation won't default on the national debt, but we're really at the mercy of the GOP Cuckoo Squad … and George Santos. Also in the political spotlight: Republicans are continuing to do everything they can to enact laws and nominate candidates that are only popular with their base, moves that could well lead to a GOP election bloodbath in 2024. Florida, under Ron DeSantis, is leading the way - even investigating an elementary school teacher for showing a Disney film in her classroom. Michigan is becoming the un-Florida, enacting laws that enjoy wide voter support and using those laws as a lure for new talent. Joining our conversation is the head of the progressive think tank Michigan Future, Lou Glazer, about Michigan's new marketing campaigns focused on promoting progressive social policies. Michigan Future, Inc., is a non-partisan, non-profit organization whose mission is to be a source of new ideas on how Michigan can succeed as a world class community in a knowledge-driven economy. Its work is funded by Michigan foundations. Lou currently is heading efforts to implement a new agenda designed to raise household income for all. Prior to joining Michigan Future, Lou Glazer served as Deputy Director of the Michigan Department of Commerce during the Blanchard Administration. He received Bachelors and Masters degrees from the University of Michigan. =========================== This week's podcast is underwritten in part by EPIC-MRAEPIC ▪ MRA is a full service survey research firm with expertise in: • Public Opinion Surveys • Market Research Studies • Live Telephone Surveys • On-Line and Automated Surveys • Focus Group Research • Bond Proposals - Millage Campaigns • Political Campaigns & Consulting • Ballot Proposals - Issue Advocacy Research • Community - Media Relations • Issue - Image Management • Database Development & List Management =========================== Stories We're Following This Week Michigan's pitch to lure new residents: nature, high tech, abortion rights - Bridge Michigan Panel: Michigan needs to act with urgency as population slides - Bridge Michigan Michigan's environmental rules could be stricter than national ones under bill - Bridge Michigan Leslie Love announces run for Senate, challenges Slotkin - Lansing State Journal Insider: Mich. lawmaker says Legislature 'infected' with corruption - Detroit News Commission accuses lawyers who tried to reverse 2020 election of misconduct - Detroit News Biden maintains edge over Trump in 2024 US election - Reuters/Ipsos poll Georgia prosecutor fights back against Trump attempt to remove her from election probe - AP News Florida teacher under state investigation for showing 5th graders a Disney movie The Culture and Voting Rights Wars Abortion to be included in Michigan anti-discrimination law - Bridge Michigan Texas legislature votes to ban transgender care for children - The Washington Post A look at transgender restrictions moving forward in the US - AP News North Carolina Senate overrides governor's veto of abortion...
When this week's guest Jen McNutt laced up her figure skates and got back on the ice after a 26-year hiatus, her goal was to try to get back to where she used to be–hitting double jumps on the ice. Perimenopause had other ideas. Jen found herself struggling with fatigue, weakness, poor recovery, and sliding self-confidence. Then she found our community and all the advice for active, performance-minded menopausal women, and everything turned around. Now at 48, she's not only gotten her double jumps back, but she's also considering taking on some triples, because as she says, “I'm not the athlete I used to be. I'm the athlete I am now. And there's potential to take this further.” We talk all about how she found her power and confidence on the ice and much more.Jen McNutt grew up in Calgary, Alberta where she was very active in figure skating, gymnastics, snowboarding, hiking, and running. She completed her Masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Alberta in 2009, after which she moved to Nelson, BC to start a career and family. Jen is committed to enhancing the overall physical health, fitness, and quality of life of her clients through one-on-one, individualized physical therapy programs focused on clients' goals. She is a life-long learner and continues to expand her knowledge base, including pursuing education in pelvic floor therapy. Jen also does canine physiotherapy. When not working, Jen loves to spend time hiking with her family and dogs, trail running, figure skating, snowboarding, and discovering all the beauty the Kootenays have to offer.Follow Us on Instagram:Feisty Menopause: @feistymenopause Feisty Media: @feisty_media Selene: @fitchick3 Subscribe to the weekly Feisty Menopause blog: https://www.feistymenopause.com/feistyinbox Hit Play Not Pause Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/807943973376099 Join Level Up - Our Community for Active Women Navigating the Menopause TransitionJoin: https://www.feistymenopause.com/monthly-membership-1 Leave your questions for Selene:https://www.speakpipe.com/hitplay Get the Free Feisty Women's Guide to Lifting Heavy Sh*t:https://www.feistymenopause.com/liftheavy Support our Partners:The Amino Co: Shop Feisty's Favorite 100% Science-Backed Amino Acid Supplements. Enter code HITPLAY at Aminoco.com/HITPLAY to Save 30% + receive a FREE gift for new purchasers! Velorosa: Use code FEISTY15 for 15% off your first order at https://velorosacycling.com Previnex: Get 15% off your first order with code HITPLAY at https://www.previnex.com/ Bonafide: 20% off your first purchase when you subscribe to any product with code HITPLAY at hellobonafide.com/hitplay That's It.: Receive 20% off your order with the code PLAY20 at thatsitfruit.com
This episode features Meaghan Odum, the creator of @trillwinewife on Instagram and one of the most recent Elevate Award recipients from Wine Unify. Originally from Richmond, Virginia, Meaghan currently lives in Mississippi, so we chat about the wine scene and how she is using social media as a tool these days to show up as her authentic self and showcase her own unique perspective while learning and speaking about wine. She is a Certified Specialist of Wine candidate with a Masters in Healthcare Administration while also holding several certifications from WSET and the Court of Master Sommeliers. She is currently working with several wine companies and top wine events to assist with marketing, media, and virtual and in-person tasting events. We debrief about her most recent adventure to the Finger Lakes to attend Riesling Camp and some of her key takeaways from that experience. We also talk about some of her key mentors and what it's been like applying for scholarships that open doors to new learning experiences. As a mom of two, she says she likes to pair wine with life because...wine is life. We also talk about the process of navigating partnerships in the wine industry as she has worked with Sommation, SKW Production Inc., Citymeals on Wheels Chef's Tribute, Cooper's Hawk, La Fête du Champagne, Local Wine Events, and more. Recorded May 12, 2023 --------------------------- Transcript Available Here --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/acorkintheroad/support
Major #2 is on deck at Oak Hill in Rochester NY. Jeff is coming off his third winner of the season with JDay's victory on the heels of winning an outright with Rahm at The Masters. Mark is a known big game hunter, is it his time to shine?
Nic and Steve discuss the PGA Tour and make their competitive picks for the PGA Championship. Can Nic erase the 3 point deficit that Steve currently has over him after their Masters picks or will Steve increase his lead after this tournament. Listen to them make their head-to-head match picks and learn more about the PGA Championship and Oak Hill CC. Thank you to Pure on Main for sponsoring this podcast! Live a healthier life by achieving whole body wellness the all-natural way with the help of Pure On Main! Visit their website at www.pureonmain.com and start feeling better and living a healthier life! www.crosscreekgolfclubsc.com www.goforthgolfinstruction.com www.taylormadegolf.com www.golfgalaxy.com
Caleb (@kdiggs74) and Derek (@derekrusinek) are here to go through the world of sports. They start by looking at some of the regionals as the NCAA Softball tournament is starting now, and the May Madness is a bit more crazy than March Madness. Then we talk a bit about Josh Harris the new owner of the Washington Commanders. Goodbye Dan! Then it's to the world of education as Jalen Hurts earned his Masters this past weekend. We talk about how impressive he has been in his work ethic as Jalen Hurts just continues to impress. Last but not least, the Brodies dive into their NBA Conference Finals predictions as the Denver Nuggets and Los Angeles Lakers are in the Western Conference Finals while the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat are in the Eastern Conference Finals. Theme music by The Riley Brothers Band. Find them at therileybrothersband.bandcamp.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/brodie-sports/message
May 17: Jay (@croucherJD) and Drew (@whale_capper) are joined by Brady Kannon (@lasvegasgolfer) to breakdown action at Oak Hill Country Club this week, including Jon Rahm and Scottie Scheffler as the co-favorites. The trio also analyze if there is value backing LIV Golfers this week after a standout showing at the Masters as well as analyze long shot prices in the outright market. Jay and Drew conclude with their favorite looks on the board entering Round 1 Thursday.(00:00) – Analyzing Oak Hill Country Club East Course(06:30) – Value on LIV Golfers: Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson and Cam Smith(9:30) – More confident in Jon Rahm or Scottie Scheffler as co-favorites this week?(11:45) – Other notable golfers to consider this week: Tony Finau and Xander Schauffele near the top of the board + Rickie Fowler, Gary Woodland and Russell Henley as a long shots(20:45) – Favorite PGA Championship bets: Jon Rahm exotic and Dustin Johnson in the outright market
In this episode we are talking with Christina Flach, a world renowned makeup artist with experience working with celebrity clientele, magazines, and big name brands. Christina has been featured in Vogue, People, Time, and Elle, as well as campaigns for Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, Macy's, and Bloomingdales. She is also a makeup artist for NBC. Christina shares her background, her passion for makeup and what led her to create Pretty Girl Makeup. She also talks about the challenges she faced and what she did to overcome them. She shares her secrets around turning your passion into a business and creating a high-value product. Be ready to listen to an incredible story about beauty and self-realization! Connect with Christina: WEBSITE: www.Christinaflach.com INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/christinaflachmakeup?igshid=MDM4ZDc5MmU= Canva Pro is one of our absolute favorite tools — here at The CC we use Canva Pro every day for all things design. From creating web and printed content to designs for marketing, social media and more, Canva Pro is a must for our small business. Pssst, did we mention our founder has a Masters in Graphic Design and this is her number one tool of choice, not only for herself but for the CC Team and collaborators, because it is just that easy to use! Click the link to get started and try Canva Pro FREE for 30 days. https://partner.canva.com/9WZ2QE
I really enjoy the idea of volunteer work in public spaces. For me, it feels like the basics of civilization. Essentially, I am talking about convincing people that no one needs to get paid to benefit the common good. This is a difficult task on a number of levels. First, people like to get paid. Second, there are city and county workers who get paid to maintain public spaces who may not like volunteers working in these same areas. Third, doing large scale projects to benefit the public good requires money, talent, time, and coordination. Fourth, if the project is going to endure, maintaining public space designed and created by volunteers requires long term support from people who are paid. This is even more difficult to achieve when doing landscape projects. About three years ago, my friend, Ben, and I had just completed a volunteer landscape project and had ambitions for a bigger endeavor. We needed someone who had control over substantial amounts of grass (aka green canvas) and an appreciation for native plants. We found our key supporter in Brian Payne, Director of the AirPark property on the north side of Columbus. In addition to the acre of land that he had already given us to create a meadow, he also has about a 2 mile People Trail going through his property. We developed a fundraising campaign for $15,000 to purchase plants, signage, raised beds, and a bench for a project that we dubbed, the “AirPark Pollinator Path.” In year one, we completed the meadow and transformed an 800 square foot AirPark entrance area into a native plant bed. We had only used about half of our money, so for spring 2023, we decided to take on over 7,000 square feet of space. It was much more than I had dreamed was possible when we started the fundraising campaign. By the end of April, 15 new beds were completed. Over the course of one of the most incredible weeks of volunteer coordination, led by multiple Sierra Club members, the sod was removed, mulch was added, plants were layed out, holes were dug, flowers and grasses found their new homes, and water topped off the effort. And then a glorious rain fell that Saturday evening after we were done. One of the new volunteers that came out mentioned that she is getting a Masters in Public Health. She shared with me that she is convinced that taking care of plants improves health. She wants to be able to explore that more in her education. I told her that I am very confident that horticulture therapy is an effective way of improving physical and mental health. In my opinion, on any list of options that a doctor, therapist, public health official, pastor, or concerned friend may give to someone in need of support for their mental health, working with plants should be top 5. I do have a broad definition for working with plants! There are lots of actions that I associate with horticulture therapy in my life. Planting, harvesting, cooking, floral arranging, smelling, weeding, watching the insect interactions, pruning, eating raw veggies straight from the ground, picking fruits from the tree, plucking berries from the bush, drying, saving seeds, composting, rubbing fingers on a mint leaf, waving my hand over the top of native grasses…. Imagine all of the things that you can do just on the other side of what you do not control - after germination, that beautiful creative act when the green shoot emerges from seed. That first glimpse of green has a name - radicle. It is in nurturing that life just one small step after the radicle moment that horticulture therapy emerges for me. So in these beds of columbine, butterfly weed, western sunflower, joe pye weed, penstemon, aster, coreopsis, iron weed, spiderwort, rattlesnake master, wild quinine, prairie drop seed, little blue stem, and coralberry, our friends the bees, butterflies, bugs, bats, and birds will thrive. The fauna will bask in this culinary floral delight. This becomes their ecological home.
On today's episode of the Passive Wealth Principles Podcast, Jake Harris interviews Chris Seveney, the CEO & Founder of 7e Investments. Chris is a real estate professional with over 25 years of experience. He has a successful track record in building multimillion-dollar portfolios through property construction and rehabilitation. Since 2016, Chris has focused on investing in mortgage notes, acquiring over 500 notes valued at over $25 million across forty states. He holds a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a Masters in Real Estate Finance from Georgetown University. Chris is known for his honesty, integrity, and professionalism in the industry. He hosts the podcast Creating Wealth Simplified and is a top-ranked contributor on the site Bigger Pockets.During the episode, Jake and Chris delve into the intriguing world of note buying. They discuss the advantages of note investing, particularly its passive nature and the potential for generating steady income. Chris shares stories of both successful ventures and challenges he has faced in the note-buying space. They explore instances of scams related to the foreclosure process and note buying, including a case involving a former professional athlete. The conversation concludes with a focus on the nitty-gritty details of Chris's approach to working with distressed notes, turning them into performing assets and adding value for investors.Enjoy!What You'll Learn in this Show:How note-buying aligns with a more passive investing lifestyle compared to other real estate venturesThe challenges of owning propertiesThe potential for both active and passive involvement in note buyingBuilding a strong team is crucial in the note-buying businessInvesting in systems and software is important for scalability and efficiency.A crazy note-buying story involving scammers and attorneys.And so much more...Resources:7einvestments.com Biggerpockets.com/users/7einvestments Podcast: Creating Wealth SimplifiedYoutube ChannelChris' LinkedInTwitter: @ChrisSeveneyEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org BooksThe 6 Types of Working Genius: A Better Way to Understand Your Gifts, Your Frustrations, and Your Team
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It's easy to view the PGA Championship as the "other" major championship. The Masters is The Masters, the U.S. Open is the toughest test in golf and typically humbles the best in the world and the Open is the lone international major with a ton of history and a unique rota of courses. But the PGA? The PGA Championship produces drama. A ton of drama. CBS Sports' Kyle Porter jumps on the pod to discuss this, ranks his five favorite majors of the last 13 years and plenty more (prepare for a lot of random sports references!). A big thanks to Kyle for his time and a reminder to make sure and subscribe to his newsletter right here: https://www.anormalsport.com/newsletter _______ Bacon's Breakfast Blend with Good Walk Coffee Company: https://goodwalkcoffee.com/bacon The Golfer's Zoo: https://www.back9press.com/bacon The Fried Egg video of Oak Hill: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Yr3CPafUYA&t=12sSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Danny and Derek welcome Milo Edwards, Phoebe Roy, and Patrick Wyman, recovering classicists and hosts of Rome, the podcast about HBO's series Rome. They talk about the development of the show in the early era of prestige TV, the portrayal of the city itself, Vorenus and Pullo, the imaginary of the average Roman, Atia and depictions of Roman femininity, and more. Also be sure to check out Milo and Phoebe's Seinfeld podcast Masters of our Domain, Phoebe's internet culture and history podcast Ten Thousand Posts, and her Substack. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.americanprestigepod.com/subscribe
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Today on Crime & Entertainment, we have Justin DeLoretto AKA "Mooch." Mooch has a fascinating journey from his days in the Punk Rock scene of Oregon, Ca, which ultimately led him to the world of Outlaw Motorcycle clubs. Mooch's first major club association was with Vagos. While they were not as popular as some of the other clubs that are known worldwide, they definitely did not lack the qualities that optimized the Outlaw culture. After the Vagos, Mooch joined the Mongols Motorcycle Club. At the time that Mooch joined the Mongols, the club was run by Ruben Doc Cavazos. Doc was eventually arrested and the club went through a lot of changes, including the Mongols patch being seized by the federal government. Mooch stayed in the club and eventually rose to the rank of Regional Rep. After stepping back and re-examining the landscape of his situation, Mooch decided to walk away from the Mongols. He eventually went on to earn a degree as well as his Masters which led him to the career path of becoming a social worker. This career change offered him the opportunity to help guide young people down the right path and put their lives on a positive track. Today you can find him on his YouTube Channel Monday's with Mooch which you can find the link for below. He also has a autobiography coming out soon so be sure to follow his Instagram Below to to get notified when that drops.Mooch still can be found on two wheels as he kept the core values of the club life and he instilled that into his own club LTR (Live Train Ride.)So check out this wild ride of an episode with Mooch here on Crime & EntertainmentMooch's YouTube channel https://youtube.com/@themooch618Mooch's IGhttps://instagram.com/og__mooch?igshid=NTc4MTIwNjQ2YQ==Links to Crime & EntertainmentLike us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/crimeandentertainment/Follow us on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/crimenentertainment/Listen on Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/4T67Bs5kksA7HP22LoKzt4Listen on Apple Music - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/crime-entertainment/id1573321645Listen on Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/crime-entertainmentListen on Google Podcast -https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5idXp6c3Byb3V0LmNvbS8xMjcxNTQzLnJzcw==Listen on Amazon Music - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/9cdb3854-414d-4b69-8022-4479e01dad44
Ray Harryhausen was a legendary stop motion animator. Gerry Anderson was a legendary puppet filmmaker. Now, Daughter Vanessa Harryhausen and son Jamie Anderson remember their remarkable fathers. Plus, experts like John Walsh (Ray and Diana Harryhausen Foundation Trustee and Filmmaker) and Collections Manager Connor Heaney bring in fascinating facts about these incredible creative legacies. 01:07 Welcome to the Gerry Anderson Podcast! 06:03 FAB Time Machine Facts12:51 Listener Emails from the Email Bags21:49 The Gerry Anderson News! See links below27:08 Podsterons from the Podcast Facebook Group33:47 Team Harryhausen - Part Two57:54 Lots of YouTube comments and Tweets59:34 The Randomiser with Chris Dale1:43:52 Wrapping things up! Links MentionedThe Ray & Diana Harryhausen FoundationHarryhausen AwardsBritSciFi - Live Podcast!The Quest for Len Jones AKA Joe 90Joe 90 WIN Technical Operations ManualGerry Anderson Title Sequences on YouTube FridayFLASH SALE WednesdayNever Miss An EpisodeJoin the Podsterons Facebook groupSubscribe wherever you get your podcastsThe Randomiser with Chris DaleHelp The ShowLeave us a review on Apple PodcastsTweet about it! Use the hashtag #GerryAndersonPodcast@ImJamieAnderson / @RichardNJames / @ChrisDalekJoin the Anderson Insiders for Extra ContentStay In TouchEmail Podcast AT GerryAnderson.comJoin the Email Newsletter
Born in 1989 Ukraine with extensive physical challenges, missing bones and parts of limbs, muscle,s and organ tissue due to in-utero radiation poisoning from the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, Oksana Masters was left to fend for herself in an orphanage. The world was stacked against her, and the conditions in the three orphanages she endured were, as she described, truly brutal. But, she refused to give up.Then, at age 7, she'd find herself adopted by a single, American mom, whose own years-long journey to bring Oksana home is its own astonishing story. The simple fact that she survived is remarkable. But, she didn't just survive, once in her home, enduring multiple additional surgeries and amputations, her indomitable spirit refused to let anyone tell her what she could or could not do. And, nearly a decade later, she'd end up stunning not just her mom, and the local community, but the entire world, becoming the United States' most decorated winter Paralympic or Olympic athlete, taking home seventeen medals in four different sports. She has since been featured everywhere from Sports Illustrated to The New York Times and has written a powerful memoir, The Hard Parts: A Memoir of Courage and Triumph, that recounts her astonishing journey from the shadow of Chernobyl to the world's biggest stages. In today's deeply moving and inspiring conversation, you'll discover:How an unwavering spirit can conquer the most daunting physical challenges.The power of love, support, and perseverance in overcoming trauma and adversity.The importance of embracing your unique differences and using them to your advantage.What it takes to excel in not just one, but four different sports on the world stage.The life-changing impact of a single decision to never give up.And so much more.Join us as we explore the extraordinary life of Oksana Masters, and learn how she turned her greatest challenges into her most exceptional victories. How she became unstoppable, and showed the world what was possible. You can find Oksana at: Website | InstagramIf you LOVED this episode you'll also love the conversations we had with Kyle Bryant about how to transform challenges into action.Check out our offerings & partners: My New Book SparkedMy New Podcast SPARKED. To submit your “moment & question” for consideration to be on the show go to sparketype.com/submit. Visit Our Sponsor Page For Great Resources & Discount Codes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Between Jason Day's resurgence, LIV's big gaffe and the PGA Championship, there was plenty to discuss on this week's episode. Legendary PGA professional Michael Breed joined us to break down all of it, and he came armed with some seriously juicy Oak Hill nuggets. Alex, Steve and CP also create another golf debate out of thin air, in addition to making their best bets for the second major of the year.
A key component of Jon Rahm's identity, and one that's not often discussed in English-speaking media, is his Basque heritage. The Basque people represent the oldest surviving ethnic group in all of Europe; they pre-date the Indo-Europeans who swept through the rest of the continent, and whose descendants live there today. Euskal Herria, the Basque homeland, is a region the size of New Hampshire in southern France and northern Spain, and the people have their own language and culture that have survived repeated attempts to snuff it out, right up to the present day. But for such a tight-knit and insular community, they've had an outsized impact on world history. As Rahm himself has said, there's a difference between the Basques and the Spanish, and while he represents both on the global stage, it's his Basque background that defines his cultural heritage and his strength as an elite competitor. To understand Rahm, you have to understand the Basques.
Building top performing leaders and teams has been a critical part of Phil Kornachuk's life for the last three decades. Corporate leadership, collegiate sports teams, elite military units, non-profit leaders, emergency services and other organizations have all been impacted by Phil's unique approach to forging elite leaders and teams. He leverages over 22 years of experience serving, leading and developing elite teams within the US Army Special Operations Community. Phil brings this unique, proven brand of improving high performing leaders, teams and culture to organizations that partner with StoneWater Training. Following his military career, he channeled his experience into helping other leaders and teams achieve their maximum potential through academic and experiential training with his company, LEAD 406. This company served senior leaders and teams in athletics, academia, business, non-profit and emergency services. LEAD 406 subsequently was acquired by Allegro Group where Phil assumed the role of Managing Director of Leadership and continued to capitalize on experiential learning to maximize healthy, purpose-drive and value based leaders and teams. He earned a Bachelor of Science and a Masters in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University. Phil is now based out of Lake Oswego, OR where he lives with his wife and their 7 teenage children. Although most of his time is now spent trying to remember high school geometry, teaching kids to drive on the hills of LO or cheering on his family at a myriad of sporting events, Phil can occasionally be found climbing, backpacking, boarding, riding, hiking, fishing, rafting and hunting in the mountains and water of the PNW. Use Code "dave" at www.mtntough.com for 10% off your membership Use code “altitude” at http://www.outdoorclass.com for 20% off Use code “altitude” at http://www.gohunt.com for a discount on becoming a member Use code “ALTITUDE” at http://www.peaxequipment.com for 10% off Use code “ALTITUDE” at https://sthealthyhunter.com/ for free Shipping & 10% off all CBD & Gear, and 5% off Non-CBD Products
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Are you in Child Welfare or considering a career in child welfare? Then listen in to this episode - we talk about what you need to know to be success in this role. Michaella Conteh, MSW, ASW is a Child Welfare Social Work Supervisor, and University Adjunct Professor for the Department of Social Work. Michaella graduated from California State East Bay University with her Masters in Social Worker and as a Title IV-E student. Michaella also graduated from Sacramento State University with her Bachelors of Art in Child Development. In June 2021, Michaella wrote and published a book entitled, "How To Survive as a Child Welfare Social Worker." Michaella's motivation for writing this book is to have a resource available to child welfare social workers and social workers who are considering entering the child welfare field. When Michaella is not working as a Child Welfare Social Worker, she loves spending time with her husband and her adorable daughters, travel, exercise and just enjoy life. ____________________________________ Tap Here to Subscribe to the Social Workers, Rise! Email Resource List ____________________________________ Thank you to our SPONSORS RISE Directory - A national directory of Clinical Supervisors who are looking to help the next generation of Clinical Social Workers GROW. Therapist Development Center (TDC) Homepage TDC Continuing Education Courses On The Edge of Life: An Introduction to Treating Suicidality Use the code SWRISE10 at checkout to receive 10% off --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/socialwork/support
Chiropractor Dr Aisha Ahmed joins Mason on today's show. Aisha is an incredibly well-studied and accomplished individual with 20 years of experience working across many healing modalities. Aisha has always been drawn to caring for others and began her journey in the industry at the age of 15 working alongside her father in his medical clinic. With a deep reverence for the power of hands-on adjustment and a passion for the holistic approach, along with a myriad of tools in her practitioner belt; including a Masters in Chiropractics, certifications in Jungian Psychology, Dry Needling, NeuroEmotional Technique and 10 years apprenticing with a highly regarded traditional Chinese herbalist, Aisha uses the knowledge she's gained to restore her clients capacity to feel vibrant, energised and pain-free. In this jovial conversation, Aisha and Mason emphasise the importance of viewing the body as one unified organism comprised of many systems and explore the role of integrative care in achieving positive client outcomes. The pair passionately speak to the power of the Five Element Theory and Chinese medicine framework, highlighting the simple yet effective lifestyle approaches, that when practised with consistency, can be the difference between an individual's recovery and a life laced with pain. An inspiring and informative listen for all, especially those who want to support the longevity of their body, mind and Spirit; an endeavour which could be as simple as wearing a scarf when it's windy, and socks when it's cold... Enjoy. Dr. Aisha & Mason discuss: - The integration of holistic modalities within the medical system and the power they hold for positive treatment outcomes. - The marriage between chiropractics and Chinese medicine. - The potency of physical touch and body manipulation in health and healing. - The inadequacy of standard medical training in understanding the body as unified organism. - The simple lifestyle hacks Chinese medicine uses to help people live well for longer. - Treating injury with heat instead of ice. - Cancer through the lens of Chinese medicine. Resource List Guest Aisha's Facebook Mentioned In This Episode Dr Simon Morgan Chiropractor Related Podcasts Why Chinese Medicine Is Failing Us with Rhonda Chang (EP#80)YinYang Wuxing For Inner Harmony with Rhonda Chang (EP#89) SuperFeast Online Education Check Out The Transcript Below: https://www.superfeast.com.au/blogs/articles/chiropractic-care-the-power-of-the-5-elements-with-dr-aisha-ahmed-ep-192
Dr. Erica Feuerbacher is an Associate Professor of Companion Animal Behavior and Welfare at Virginia Tech and director of the Applied Animal Behavior & Welfare Lab in the School of Animal Science. She earned her Ph.D. in Psychology at the University of Florida in the UF Canine Cognition and Behavior Lab and her Masters in Behavior Analysis at the University of North Texas in the Organization for Reinforcement Contingencies with Animals. Prior to joining Virginia Tech, she was an Assistant Professor at Carroll College in Helena, MT, where she led the canine program in which students trained foster dogs during the academic year. She has worked as a shelter behavior consultant, offered group dog training classes and private behavior consultations, and is co-founder of the Institute for Shelter Dogs. She is a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and a Certified Professional Dog Trainer. Her research at Virginia Tech focuses on understanding dog behavior and learning from a behavior analytic perspective, using applied behavior analysis to solve behavioral issues, and identifying interventions that improve shelter dog welfare. She has earned several awards for her behavior analytic research and her dedication to the theoretical foundations of behavior analysis. She is passionate about humane, effective animal training, and working with owners, trainers, and shelter staff to improve our interactions with animals through behavior analysis. For links visit here >>> https://atamember.com/2023/05/15/dr-erica-feuerbacher/
The Masters Dave LaGreca, Tommy Dreamer, Bully Ray, and Mark Henry share what match or moment that was a missed opportunity in the world of pro wrestling. Who do the Masters think deserved more and what moments did the wrestling world miss out on? They answer it here.
I interviewed Jassy Jackson on Episode #176 which I highly recommend that you listen to. Jassy kindly shared this Meditation for my listeners. Jassy Jackson teachings are based on a holistic approach that brings together a healthy mix of shamanic ceremonies alongside traditional psychology, allowing her to cater to each individual's needs while creating a safe space for transformation, healing and creation of new pathways in the human experience. ----------- Please Consider Donating so I may Continue to Create FREE Content https://www.podpage.com/meditation-podcast/support/ --------------------- Meditation Podcast Social Media / Coaching My Other Podcasts https://bio.link/podcaster Store https://www.podpage.com/meditation-podcast/store/ Donations https://www.podpage.com/meditation-podcast/support/ ==================== Bio of Jassy Jackson: Jassy Jackson empowers individuals to realign with who they truly are by leveraging her Masters in Organizational Psychology, her extensive experience as an executive leader and her years as a reiki practitioner. Her teachings are based on a holistic approach that brings together a healthy mix of shamanic ceremonies alongside traditional psychology, allowing her to cater to each individual's needs while creating a safe space for transformation, healing and creation of new pathways in the human experience. How to Contact Jassy Jackson: https://www.crysta-luna.com/ https://www.instagram.com/reikibyjassy/ Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/5PxkUmt80w4PI1DnIuGoPz?si=3f326cba7af54fac&nd=1 =============== More about the Meditation Podcast All Episodes can be found at www.meditationpodcast.org Store https://www.podpage.com/meditation-podcast/store/ Donations https://www.podpage.com/meditation-podcast/support/ All Social Media + Donations link linktr.ee/meditationpodcast Our Facebook Group can be found at www.facebook.com/meditationpodcast.org All my 5 Podcast or Podcast Coaching can be found at bio.link/podcaster
Jassy Jackson teachings are based on a holistic approach that brings together a healthy mix of shamanic ceremonies alongside traditional psychology, allowing her to cater to each individual's needs while creating a safe space for transformation, healing and creation of new pathways in the human experience. ----------- Please Consider Donating so I may Continue to Create FREE Content https://www.podpage.com/meditation-podcast/support/ --------------------- Meditation Podcast Social Media / Coaching My Other Podcasts https://bio.link/podcaster Store https://www.podpage.com/meditation-podcast/store/ Donations https://www.podpage.com/meditation-podcast/support/ ==================== Bio of Jassy Jackson: Jassy Jackson empowers individuals to realign with who they truly are by leveraging her Masters in Organizational Psychology, her extensive experience as an executive leader and her years as a reiki practitioner. Her teachings are based on a holistic approach that brings together a healthy mix of shamanic ceremonies alongside traditional psychology, allowing her to cater to each individual's needs while creating a safe space for transformation, healing and creation of new pathways in the human experience. What we Discussed: - Corporate Ladder success to her healing journey - Understanding Rekki - The power of Words - Knowing how to spot a fraudulent healer - Her Podcast with a co-host - Workshops to help people learn - Limiting beliefs about money - Breathwork - Social Media Recommendations and more How to Contact Jassy Jackson: https://www.crysta-luna.com/ https://www.instagram.com/reikibyjassy/ Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/5PxkUmt80w4PI1DnIuGoPz?si=3f326cba7af54fac&nd=1 =============== More about the Meditation Podcast All Episodes can be found at www.meditationpodcast.org Store https://www.podpage.com/meditation-podcast/store/ Donations https://www.podpage.com/meditation-podcast/support/ All Social Media + Donations link linktr.ee/meditationpodcast Our Facebook Group can be found at www.facebook.com/meditationpodcast.org All my 5 Podcast or Podcast Coaching can be found at bio.link/podcaster
You may have seen my post on Instagram where I was talking about progesterone hypersensitivity. My guest today connected with me shortly after that went live and agreed to come on! She's one of the first people that is more on the practitioner side of things that I know of who's actually lived with this and dealt with it! She will be talking about how she's found ways to help support the body around this to become less reactive. Today's guest is Sarah Tyler. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Alabama in Birmingham and worked six years in the University Hospital's Heart and Lung Transplant ICU in Birmingham before deciding to become a Nurse Practitioner. Sarah attended Vanderbilt University where she obtained a Masters of Science in Nursing with an emphasis in Family Practice in 2012. She is an American Academy of Nurse Practitioners certified Family Nurse Practitioner. Nursing was always satisfying to Sarah because of its foundation in holistic healing theories that recognize the importance of considering the whole individual. She currently practices out of Denver, CO in a setting that balances conventional and alternative methods to optimize health and well-being. Join us as Sarah discusses the mystery of the luteal phase rash and all about progesterone hypersensitivity. Are you dealing with Progesterone Hypersensitivity as well? Share with me know in the comments if you have questions or want to share what works for you! In this episode: What is progesterone hypersensitivity + what symptoms would you look for? Sarah's personal experience with progesterone hypersensitivity Various treatments Sarah tried before getting a clear diagnosis What is LDA therapy? How pregnancy + conception affect luteal phase rashes What testing options are available from your doctor? Why you SHOULD consider trying an antihistamine (at least in the beginning) Quotes “Because my cycles were irregular, I had to give myself herbs to promote ovulation, promote my own progesterone, but every time I tried to regulate my cycle, I would get this rash.” [9:44] “When you dive into progesterone hypersensitivity forums, a lot of people's experience is that you'll have a lot of flares during the first trimester, until that placental progesterone level start in increasing; and then once that happens, I don't know if immune system shift takes place, but the rash fades.” [13:23] Links Find Sarah Tyler online | Instagram Healthy Skin Show ep. 250: Progesterone Sensitivity Rash Healthy Skin Show ep. 072: Sex Hormone-Skin Rash Connection w/ Dr. Carrie Jones