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Part of the body on many vertebrates that connects the head with the torso

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Dr. Berg’s Healthy Keto and Intermittent Fasting Podcast
Chronic Neck Misalignment Does Not Come From the Neck

Dr. Berg’s Healthy Keto and Intermittent Fasting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 5:29


If you have a tight neck, or you have to keep having your neck readjusted, this video is for you. FREE COURSE ➜ ➜ https://courses.drberg.com/product/how-to-bulletproof-your-immune-system/ FREE MINI-COURSE ➜ ➜ Take Dr. Berg's Free Keto Mini-Course! ADD YOUR SUCCESS STORY HERE: https://bit.ly/3z9TviS Talk to a Dr. Berg Keto Consultant today and get the help you need on your journey (free consultation). Call 1-540-299-1557 with your questions about Keto, Intermittent Fasting, or the use of Dr. Berg products. Consultants are available Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 10 PM EST. Saturday & Sunday from 9 AM to 6 PM EST. USA Only. Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, 51 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional & natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government & the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The 7 Principles of Fat Burning. Dr. Berg's Website: http://bit.ly/37AV0fk Dr. Berg's Recipe Ideas: http://bit.ly/37FF6QR Dr. Berg's Reviews: http://bit.ly/3hkIvbb Dr. Berg's Shop: http://bit.ly/3mJcLxg Dr. Berg's Bio: http://bit.ly/3as2cfE Dr. Berg's Health Coach Training: http://bit.ly/3as2p2q Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drericberg Messenger: https://www.messenger.com/t/drericberg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drericberg/ YouTube: http://bit.ly/37DXt8C

Dawson's Creeps
5.4 The Long Goodbye

Dawson's Creeps

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 101:59


“I'm not proud but I am wet!” With those immortal words, let us send Mitch off in style and make it a “Long Goodbye” (Original airdate October 31st, 2001. Written by Tom Kapinos and directed by Robert Duncan McNeill). We follow the gang as they return to Capeside to grapple with grief and struggle with how to comfort the bereaved while we struggle with plugging in and unplugging everything around us and forget James Spader's name. What's a name you'll never forget? Why our social media handles of course! We're on instagram (@dawsonscreeps) and twitter (@dawsons_creeps). Our antiracism doc is linked on insta and our Spotify playlist Dawson's Creeps - Do You Want to Dance Tomorrow will have an infusion of James Taylor once Gabby gets her act together. So pour out some wine and whiskey for The Neck and we'll see you after Thanksgiving!

Rumble in the Morning
Miley Cyrus “The Turkey with the Longest Neck”

Rumble in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 0:09


Miley Cyrus “The Turkey with the Longest Neck”

Bump It or Dump It
Put Your Neck In my Hand

Bump It or Dump It

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 70:35


Anthony Hamilton brings us a new artist and the Brothas seriously question what the Diva heard. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/phillip-yorke0/support

Nothing About You Says Computer Technology
71. It's 50 aka Ferrari: Election Interference Indictments and Small Business Breaches

Nothing About You Says Computer Technology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 8:19


Today we will be talking about cybersecurity in the news, and we also have some “Protect ya Neck” news.  Next, we will discuss a recent indictment charging two Iranian with election interference.  Then finally, we will be handing out a cybersecurity award.    You can  visit the show's website at www.nothingaboutyou.com

JAMA Network
JAMA Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery : Tumor Site and the Prognosis and Immunogenomics of HPV-Related Cancers

JAMA Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 16:33


Interview with Rajarsi Mandal, MD, author of Association of Tumor Site With the Prognosis and Immunogenomic Landscape of Human Papillomavirus–Related Head and Neck and Cervical Cancers Hosted by Joseph P. Bradley, MD.

Outlook
I still believe I'm lucky even after breaking my neck

Outlook

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 40:16


In 2017 Ed Jackson had everything to look forward to. A professional rugby player, the 28-year-old had just signed another two-year contract with the Welsh team Dragons, and he and his girlfriend Lois had got engaged and were planning a fabulous wedding in Italy the following year. All of that changed in a split second when Ed mistakenly dived into the shallow end of a swimming pool. He hit his head with such force that he dislocated and fractured two vertebrae at the base of his neck. Paralysed from the neck down, he was told he would never walk again, but Ed quickly found the positives in his situation and says he considers himself "lucky". It's an attitude that has taken him further than you could ever imagine. Ed has written a book about his life called Lucky, and his charity is called Millimetres 2 Mountains. Get in touch: outlook@bbc.com Presenter: Jo Fidgen Producer: June Christie (Photo: Ed Jackson. Credit: Ross Silcocks)

Visionaries Global Media
Dungeons & Junkiez Presents: Escape From Ulfaum #23: Get Off My Neck

Visionaries Global Media

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 95:59


Join The GameJunkiez, as they embark on a journey into the world of Dungeons & Dragons, EXCLUSIVELY on Visionaries Global Media "The Gang" finds themselves still trapped within Ganamede General and are forced to make their way by stairs to try and reach the ground floor, what awaits them as the traverse down further into this massive city size hospital and what caused this lockdown to begin with....... The Gang stands facing another group of static eyed zombies, this time 6 Genasi and 2 Owlfolk ready to take their lives, will the Gang survive this ordeal or join the ranks of the static ones...... Starring! Alex as Avery, the Revived Aasimar Bladesinger Wizard Kerry, as Virion, The Sparkly Wood Elf Warlock/Wizard Caitlin, as Damien, The Angry Air Genasi Shadow Sorcerer/Warlock Matt, as Detective Wyatt Stanton, The Human Power Ranger and Chad, as everyone else in the world ================================ Join the Discord: discord.gg/D3MPshresu Follow Matt: @TheMattAttackUK Follow Alex: @SpiderBreadUk Follow Kerry: @Shirobeans Follow Caitlin: @CaitlinRC Follow Chad: @Chads_Mind ============================= Follow the show: @DungeonJunkiez Follow our sister show, Chris Talks Games: @chrislewis37 Follow our main show: @GameJunkiezPod Follow Caitlin's Content: @OurMindGames Follow Chad's show: @Viewfromtoprope Follow the network: @VisGlobalMedia #WeWillGetThroughThis #DnD #DungeonsNJunkiez Music Credits: Dark Creatures by Myuu | @myuu Music promoted by www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_US Homeworld Collapse by Arthur Vyncke | https://soundcloud.com/arthurvost Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US Other Music and Sound Effects from www.zapsplat.com/

The Chris Knott Podcast
Neck mechanics, lower back pain and plantarfasciitis

The Chris Knott Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 24:37


This week's case studies which include:- Females with neck pain stemming from desk work- Powerlifter with lower back pain due to anterior hip restrictions- Female with chronic plantar fasciitis

SISTERHOOD OF SWEAT - Motivation, Inspiration, Health, Wealth, Fitness, Authenticity, Confidence and Empowerment
Ep 348 - Get In Your Groove And Get Your Sexy Libido Mojo Back On Track with Dr. Carolyn DeLucia

SISTERHOOD OF SWEAT - Motivation, Inspiration, Health, Wealth, Fitness, Authenticity, Confidence and Empowerment

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 64:52


Are you interested in improving your libido?  Have you been worried about your sexual health? In this episode, I talk with Dr. Carolyn DeLucia. Dr. DeLucia MD, FACOG, is a pioneer at the leading edge of non-invasive sexual wellness treatments. She joins us to discuss how she became a health advocate for women. She talks about all the taboo questions about our sexual health as we get older. She gives out advice that's worth thousands of dollars so make sure to take notes.   Questions I asked: Can you give us your backstory? What can we do about vaginal pain during sex? How quickly will someone recover from laser? Are these treatments out of pocket? Can you tell us about bioidentical hormone therapy? Why do you recommend the pellets? What can hormones do for your body? How do you custom tailor the process for clients? Can hormones help prevent sagging? Do you need to be knocked out for a procedure? Do you have any studies to show the cancer risk for synthetic hormones vs. bioidentical? What about gaining and sustaining muscle? Can we talk about Botox and how it works? What do you do for the Neck? Is there anything else you'd like to share? What is one thing you'd like to leave with the audience? Topics Discussed: Sexual health. Fear of Aging. Impacting people to change their lives Dealing with loss of libido. Intimate health. Vaginal dryness. Owning your sexuality. Oura Ring Quotes from the show: “It's all about giving women a voice.” Dr. Carolyn DeLucia @SisterhoodSweat “Intimate health is so important, it's the glue to our romantic relationship.” Dr. Carolyn DeLucia @SisterhoodSweat “There are so many ways for women to keep enjoying their sexuality.” Dr. Carolyn DeLucia @SisterhoodSweat “When you don't get enough sleep, you are effected in every area.” Dr. Carolyn DeLucia @SisterhoodSweat “Botox is nothing to be afraid of.” Dr. Carolyn DeLucia @SisterhoodSweat “Do whatever it takes to be the best person you can be.” Dr. Carolyn DeLucia @SisterhoodSweat How you can stay in touch with Dr. Carolyn: Website Get the Free Book Instagram Twitter Facebook Alliance for Pharmacy Compounding Website LinkedIn Blog Posts How you can stay in touch with Linda: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest YouTube SoundCloud   "Proud Sponsors of the Sisterhood of S.W.E.A.T" Essential Formulas   My daily energy stems from mushrooms... mushroom coffee that is! Have you checked out Four Sigmatic yet? If you want a coffee that contains superfoods and adaptogens like rhodiola, eleuthero, and schisandra to help you live a healthier, more enhanced life, then you need Four Sigmatic mushroom coffee in your daily routine! Check out their products here and be sure to let me know what you think of it!

Nothing About You Says Computer Technology
70. All I do is Win: Infrastructure and the Limits of Content Moderation

Nothing About You Says Computer Technology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 8:34


Today we will be talking about cybersecurity in the news, and we also have some “Protect ya Neck” news.  Next, we will discuss an interesting story out of New Mexico that could have implications about the responsibilities of platform companies.  Then finally, we will be handing out a cybersecurity award.    You can visit the show's website at www.nothingaboutyou.com

The Deep Purple Podcast
Episode #135 - Ritchie Blackmore's Gibson ES-335

The Deep Purple Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 104:11


The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #135 November 15, 2021 Ritchie Blackmore's Gibson ES-335 Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker, PodBean, RadioPublic, Amazon Music, or search in your favorite podcatcher! How To Support Our Show: Leave us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts Buy Merch at Our Etsy Store! Become a Patron on Patreon Donate on Paypal (Donate one time or click “make this a monthly donation” box) Welcoming Our Newest Patron(s): At the $1 Silly Made Up Name Tier . . . Private Eyes! Thanks to Our Executive Level Patrons: Patron Updates: Peter Gardow takes a detour to check out a certain pizza establishment in Maine! Social Media Update: Deep Dive Podcast Network Apple Podcasts Reviews Boudiccax - from the UK - 5 Stars! History of The Gibson ES-335: Background on the Guitar: History of Ritchie's Gibson ES-335: Top Ritchie Gibson Moments: The Outlaws - Law & Order (1963) (Ritchie Blackmore, Mick Underwood) Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages (Joe Meek) - The Train Kept A'Rollin' - 1965 45rpm Deep Purple - Hush (TV, 1968) “April” from “Deep Purple” Ending at 11:00 mark with sweep arpeggios. Ritchie Blackmore w/ Deep Purple live in Bilzen '69 (Belgium) - Wring that Neck live in Belgium - sweep arpeggios at 3:00 Thanks to Our Core Level Patrons: Interview with Ilhan Akbil More Top Ritchie Gibson Moments: Concerto For Group and Orchestra 7:00 when band comes in Ritchie's solo at 14:20 Deep Purple - Child In Time - Live (1970) - August of 1970 live in front of audience in Granada TV Studio 3:15 mark into solos, 3:55 from organ solo into Ritchie's solo Deep Purple In Rock album Deep Purple - Wring That Neck (Live 1970 UK) HD 1:30 into Ritchie crazy solo - 2:30 mark extended solo into “Made in Japan” bit with audience reaction. DEEP PURPLE - Wring That Neck (Live in Paris 1970) 2:00 solo trading off with Jon and sweep arpeggios Thanks To Our Foundation Level Patrons: $3 “Nobody's Perfect” Tier Peter Gardow Ian Desrosiers Mark Roback Duncan Leask Stuart McCord Flight of the Rat Bat Blue Light $1 Made Up Name Tier The “Secret of the Ooze” Leaky Mausoleum Stephen Sommerville The Concerto 1999 Fanatic Raphael Choury (Raff Kaff) Spike, The Rock Cat JJ Stannard Hank the Tank Private Eyes Where is the guitar now? Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you'd like us to cover? We'd love to hear from you. Send us an email at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.

WonderBinge
44 - Thicc Neck

WonderBinge

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 36:00


Thief, bozo, potential killer and Edwardian celebrity, John Lee, was spared from his own execution, not once, not twice, but three times in February of 1885 at Exeter Prison. Was it the hand of God who spared him? And what happened to him afterward? For a plethora of information on this episode, please check out http://murderresearch.com/johnlee/the-man-they-could-not-find/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wonderbingepod/message

Dharma Time
Episode 140: Welcome Back

Dharma Time

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 36:53


Today is a special combo show that incorporates The Dharma Guy & The Dope Doctor as Dope N' Dharma which includes numerous topics as well as the break away shows The Couch Live & Dope N' Dharma. We did this special show in order to welcome back The Dope Doctor form his medical surgery and discuss that in detail as well as the emotions that accompanied it.

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast
'Woke' Is Now Racist, 'Pencil Neck' Gets Embarrassed, Guest: Rep. Greg Murphy

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 55:26


Like Yogi Berra once said, “It's deja vu all over again.” Yesterday, the roads were racist. Now? It's the term ‘woke.' Alex covers that in today's podcast along with inflation soaring, Aaron Rodgers' apology, Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY) explaining her ‘yes' vote for Pres. Biden's 'Build Back Better' plan, China telling the world they'll continue to burn lots of dirty coal, and 'Pencil Neck' Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) is handed his lunch on 'The View.' Plus, Alex explains why California governor Gavin Newsom's been hiding? Then our guest, North Carolina doctor and Congressman Greg Murphy (R-NC), joins the conversation on vaccine mandates and the so-called infrastructure bill spending.

Millennial Doc Podcast
49: Why Your Neck Needs A Skin Care Routine in your 30s

Millennial Doc Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 13:44


Where does your skincare stop? A great answer would be, “at any exposed part of my skin”. If you answer, “at my jawline” however, then we've got some work to do. My beauty, skin is skin, and skincare means care for all (or most) of your skin!   I know it's easy to neglect the neck which is why the majority of people do so. So, today, we'll specifically tackle this important body part – the one that shows the earliest signs of aging.   In this episode, we'll discuss: The difference between face care and neck care My most recommended neck creams (these work wonders on the neck!) Why prevention is better than cure (a.k.a. signs of aging)     Resources: Text “PODCAST” to 480-530-8187 to get a weekly skincare routine reminder & affirmation. Pumped to go all out with your Skincare Routine? I'm now accepting waitlist applications for the first round of The Healthy Skin Blueprint. Products Mentioned: Revision Skincare Nectifirm Advanced Alastin Restorative Neck Complex SkinCeuticals Tripeptide-R Neck Repair NEOSTRATA Triple Firming Neck Cream   Disclaimer:  The Dr. Nikoleta Show is for informational purposes only. It is not medical advice. Please consult with your physician before implementing any of the information. Copyright Dr. Nikoleta 2021.  

Embodied Meditation
Desk Stretch: Shoulders & Neck

Embodied Meditation

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 5:59


If your shoulders are hunched up to your ears, your head is jutting forward, and your neck feels like a cable, it's time for a break. Here's a 5-minute one you can take right at your desk to melt your frozen-in-place shape and release some tension in your shoulders and neck. Want to be added to my mailing list, discuss a private yoga session, or offer suggestions for future Embodied Meditation recordings? I'd love to hear from you. Please visit my website: paigegilchristyoga.com. Loving this podcast and want to contribute to its production? I'd be so grateful for your donation through the Paypal Donate function.

New Covenant Anglican Church
When a Dragon Is Breathing Down Your Neck (October 31. 2021)

New Covenant Anglican Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 24:47


In this sixth episode of the "All Things New" series on the book of Revelation, Christopher talks about dragons (and yes, you read that right.)

The Family Beacon
Election Results a Bad Omen for President Biden and the Left | S1 E16

The Family Beacon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 37:40


Neck-and-neck VA governor's race ends in a WIN for children and schools. Pro-life Republican candidate Glenn Youngkin has won the election and will promote truth & abolish CRT in public schools. In addition, Minneapolis FAILS to defund police in a vote of 56-44. Finally, the Supreme Court hears oral arguments against the Texas Heartbeat Law. All this on more on TFB this week! Get the facts, stand for truth!

HansenAthletics Radio
Episode 37 - Three Common Types Of Chronic Pain & How To Fix Them

HansenAthletics Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 11:17


Darren Hansen [@CoachDHansen] goes over the three common types of chronic pain we see and how to begin addressing them on your own!Neck pain, back pain, and knee pain... what do they all have in common?! Listen to the episode to find out and dive into how to improve your movement and decrease pain.Ask questions or connect with us HERE!For more information regarding our online training teams and individualized remote coaching services visit our website here: Visit Our WebsiteGrab a bag of our world-class #WAKEYOURASSUP Coffee and support our youth scholarship program while sipping on the best brew you've ever had hit your lips! SHOP NOWSupport the show (https://app.moonclerk.com/pay/8xndwq3e12a)

Bauerle and Bellavia
11-4: Hour 3 - More on neck and back procedures over the years

Bauerle and Bellavia

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 34:18


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The Healthy Skin Show
219: Dupixent Red Face + Neck Rash Associated With Fungal Overgrowth

The Healthy Skin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 10:12


Did you know that about 10% of people using Dupixent develop awful face and neck dermatitis? This issue (more officially called Dupilumab Facial Redness (DFR)) wasn't flagged during the randomized FDA trials, but has some dermatologists concerned because DFR can be incredibly severe, just as it was for one of my clients. Since Dupixent is a biologic drug used by some with Eczema and Topical Steroid Withdrawal to ease symptoms, this new problem isn't ideal. Rather than just assume that the person has a sensitivity to Dupixent, new research is showing that this may be a different problem — Malasezzia hypersensitivity. If you recall, Malasezzia is a fungal organism that normally lives in your skin's microbiome. It really shouldn't be causing an issue like this, but something about the way that Dupixent interacts with your immune system along with a compromised skin barrier could play a role. Here are the current papers discussing this topic so you have something to bring to your prescribing dermatologist so you can get the help you need if you are experiencing this! In this episode: Facial + neck redness that occurs in about 10% of Dupixent users What current research on what may be driving this weird “side effect” Treatment options listed in currently published articles The blood test marker that could be helpful in getting a clear diagnosis What to do if YOU have face + neck redness from Dupixent Quotes: Approximately 10% of Dupixent users develop red, inflamed, dry, scaly and itchy face + neck rashes requiring antifungal medication treatment. Dupixent Facial Redness was never described or mentioned in the Dupixent clinical trials for the FDA (which is surprising considering that it impacts approximately 10% of patients).

Monsters In The Morning
WE ARE THE GOLDEN OF RADIO SHOWS

Monsters In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 190:22


WEDNESDAY - Savannah jumps on the show. Neck pain. Celebrating Christmas for two months? Russ already offering up the fishing excuses. Did Angel just win a muscle car? RRR - If you could relive this first... Your first love or job. To The Top with Carlos - wizards and warlocks. What are the Monsters watching. D-Strong fishing. Monster Sports - MLB, NFL. Listener Email - lady got new boobs. K.O.D. - NNN and sexy shapes

Nothing About You Says Computer Technology
68. Check Your Password Before You Wreck Yourself: Ransomware and Schools

Nothing About You Says Computer Technology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 5:43


Today we will be talking about cybersecurity in the news, and we also have some “Protect ya Neck” news.  Next, we will discuss a troubling report about ransomware attacks on schools.  Then finally, we will be handing out a cybersecurity award.    You can visit the show's website at www.nothingaboutyou.com

HNL Movement Podcast
Chris Kidawski On Doing What You Love, Bodywork, And Promoting Health

HNL Movement Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 55:37


This week's episode contains many gems, including a plethora of information from expert strength and conditioning coach/bodyworker, Chris Kidawski.  Chris, a multi-sport athlete, found his niche in college after retiring from football and deciding to help the players instead.  It wasn't long after stepping off the field and entering the weight room to help athletes that Chris discovered his passion for learning about the body and helping people get strong, fast, and healthy.  Chris talks a lot about the fascial system in this episode, and the information that he shares here is highly in-depth and eye-opening.  Chris and Andrew both have a lot to share in regard to this system, which they both agree is the greatest and misunderstood portion of the body.  Chris shares about the memory of fascia and how pain that may arise somewhere in the body may be stemming from something years ago, based on the memory of our fascial system.  Once Chris began working with the fascial system and learning more about it, this became his gold when working with athletes and injuries.  The information he shares here will expand anyone's perspective and knowledge of the human body and the ways that our systems work and communicate.  Chris operates in his coaching with a broadened perspective of the human system, using methods that are mechanistically true to the body when it comes to eliminating pain.  He also is an author, and you can find his books on Amazon.  Check out these books by Chris Kidawski:The Back Pain BibleThe Head, Neck, and Shoulder Pain BibleThe Foot Pain BibleThe Knee Pain BibleNot Your Average Paleo CookbookNot Your Average Keto DietYou can also find him on Instagram, @ribylt, or check out his website:  www.influentialhealthsolutions.com Enjoy this episode, and stay tuned for more! 

Dear Graham
Sleepless in Seattle: In which Amelia expresses her love for Meg Ryan (and her neck)

Dear Graham

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 27:16


We review the lesser of Meg Ryan's romcoms that heavily feature a soundtrack and references to classic movies, but Amelia still would.

Now You Listen Podcast
Mama Neck Nachos

Now You Listen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 65:57


Episode 0127Mama Neck NachosFollow us on FacebookFollow us on The InstaCheck out the WebsiteSubscribe on YouTubeSupport us on PatreonSponsorsCopper Still Distillery Website / InstaCrewChris @rumblexfishJeremy @trillawatkinsRyan @rstakacsTim @nowyoulistenpodcast

The Guitar Hour Podcast
163: Nail the Neck - Note Names vs Intervals

The Guitar Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 64:38


We're back! Life conspired to send the show into an unplanned hiatus. But Tom, Beebee and Dr Willson return, refreshed and ready to rumble. Brief catch ups give way to a detailed discussion on thinking note names vs intervals when improvising harmony on guitar. Dan will be back next week, as will the regular format and some new stuff. Thanks for sticking with us and coming back to listen! If you enjoy the show please consider supporting the podcast over on Patreon, where you can get some fantastic extra TGHP content! You can also now pick up t-shirts, mugs and other merch from our TeeSpring store. Episode Links Solo - Beebs & Tom's Fretboard Learning App Dan's Hybrid Picking Essentials Lesson Jake's JTC Melodic Minor Masterclass TGHP Show Links Patreon TeeSpring Merch Store Instagram www.theguitarhour.com  Facebook Discussion Group YouTube Old Live stream on Tom's YT channel Beebs www.davidbeebee.com Instagram YouTube Fibenare Guitars Quayle www.tomquayle.co.uk Tom - Instagram Tom's Signature Ibanez Guitar Wampler Pedals Jake Willson www.jakewillson.co.uk Instagram Dan Smith www.dansmithguitarist.co.uk Instagram YouTube

Don Lemon Tonight
Virginia Governor's Race Neck And Neck

Don Lemon Tonight

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 78:17


All eyes are on Virginia with the election for its next Governor just four days away, the outcome is expected to have far reaching implications in national politics. The race is neck and neck with the latest poll showing Democrat Terry McAuliffe at a 49% and Republican Glenn Youngkin at 48%. The FDA authorizes Pfizer's Covid -19 vaccine for children 5 to 11, basing their decision on data which shows protection against symptomatic infection was over 90%, at only one-third of the dose and with no serious adverse events. That, as guns and ammunition are seized from the ‘Rust' movie prop truck with armorer Hannah Gutierrez speaking out on the film set shooting, saying production overruled her when she fought for training and preparation time. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Balanced Hormones! Balanced Life!
Episode 91 Pain the upper back, neck and arms.

Balanced Hormones! Balanced Life!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 20:08


Screaming in the Cloud
The Mayor of Wholesome Twitter with Mark Thompson

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 41:18


About MarkMark loves to teach and code.He is an award winning university instructor and engineer. He comes with a passion for creating meaningful learning experiences. With over a decade of developing solutions across the tech stack, speaking at conferences and mentoring developers he is excited to continue to make an impact in tech. Lately, Mark has been spending time as a Developer Relations Engineer on the Angular Team.Links:Twitter: https://twitter.com/marktechson TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friends at Vultr. Spelled V-U-L-T-R because they're all about helping save money, including on things like, you know, vowels. So, what they do is they are a cloud provider that provides surprisingly high performance cloud compute at a price that—while sure they claim its better than AWS pricing—and when they say that they mean it is less money. Sure, I don't dispute that but what I find interesting is that it's predictable. They tell you in advance on a monthly basis what it's going to going to cost. They have a bunch of advanced networking features. They have nineteen global locations and scale things elastically. Not to be confused with openly, because apparently elastic and open can mean the same thing sometimes. They have had over a million users. Deployments take less that sixty seconds across twelve pre-selected operating systems. Or, if you're one of those nutters like me, you can bring your own ISO and install basically any operating system you want. 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Compete in four unique lab challenges, where they'll be awarding more than $2000 in cash and prizes. I'm not kidding, first place is a thousand bucks. Pre-register for the first challenge now, one that I picked out myself on Amazon SNS image resizing, by visiting cloudacademy.com/corey. C-O-R-E-Y. That's cloudacademy.com/corey. We're gonna have some fun with this one!Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. Anyone who has the misfortune to follow me on Twitter is fairly well aware that I am many things: I'm loud, obnoxious, but snarky is most commonly the term applied to me. I've often wondered, what does the exact opposite of someone who is unrelentingly negative about things in cloud look like? I'm here to answer that question is lightness and happiness and friendliness on Twitter, personified. His Twitter name is @marktechson. My guest today is Mark Thompson, developer relations engineer at Google. Mark, thank you for joining me.Mark: Oh, I'm so happy to be here. I really appreciate you inviting me. Thanks.Corey: Oh, by all means. I'm glad we're doing these recordings remotely because I strongly suspect, just based upon the joy and the happiness and the uplifting aspects of what it is that you espouse online that if we ever shook hands, we'd explode as we mutually annihilate each other like matter and antimatter combining.Mark: Feels right. [laugh].Corey: So, let's start with the day job; seems like the easy direction to go in. You're a developer relations engineer. Now, I've heard of developer advocates, I've heard of the DevRel term, a lot of them get very upset when I refer to them as ‘devrelopers', but that's the game that we play with language. What is the developer relations engineer?Mark: So, I describe my job this way: I like to help external communities with our products. I work on the Angular team, so I like to help our external communities but then I also like to work with our internal team to help improve our product. So, I see it as helping as a platform, as a developer relations engineer. But the engineer part is, I think, is important here because, at Google, we still do coding and we still write things; I'm going to contribute to the Angular platform itself versus just only giving talks or only writing blog posts to creating content, they still want us to do things like solve problems with the platform as well.Corey: So, this is where my complete and abject lack of understanding of the JavaScript ecosystem enters the conversation. Let's be clear here, first let me check my assumptions. Angular is a JavaScript framework, correct?Mark: Technically a TypeScript framework, but you could say JavaScript.Corey: Cool. Okay, again, this is not me setting you up for a joke or anything like that. I try to keep my snark to Twitter, not podcast because that tends to turn an awful lot into me berating people, which I try to reserve for those who really have earned it; they generally have the word chief somewhere in their job title. So, I'm familiar with sort of an evolution of the startups that I worked at where Backbone was all the rage, followed by, “Oh, you should never use Backbone. You should be using Angular instead.”And then I sort of—like, that was the big argument the last time I worked in an environment like that. And then I see things like View and React and several other things. At some point, it seems like, pick a random name out of the air; if it's not going to be a framework, it's going to be a Pokemon. What is the distinguishing characteristic or characteristics of Angular?Mark: I like to describe Angular to people is that the value-add is going to be some really incredible developer ergonomics. And when I say that I'm thinking about the tooling. So, we put a lot of work into making sure that the tooling is really strong for developers, where you can jump in, you can get started and be productive. Then I think about scale, and how your application runs at scale, and how it works at scale for your teams. So, scale becomes a big part of the story that I tell, as well, for Angular.Corey: You spend an awful lot of time telling stories about Angular. I'm assuming most of them are true because people don't usually knowingly last very long in this industry when they just get up on stage and tell lies, other than, “This is how we do it in our company,” which is the aspirational conference-ware that we all wish we ran. You're also, according to your bio, which of course, is always in the [show notes 00:04:16], you're an award-winning university instructor. Now, award-winning—great. For someone who struggled mightily in academia, I don't know much about that world. What is it that you teach? How does being a university instructor work? I imagine it's not like most other jobs where you wind up showing up, solving algorithms on a whiteboard, and they say, “Great, can you start tomorrow?”Mark: Sure. So, when I was teaching at university, what I was teaching was mostly coding bootcamps. So, some universities have coding bootcamps that they run themselves. And so I was a part of some instructional teams that work in the university. And that's how I won the Teaching Excellence Award. So, the award that I won actually was the Distinguished Teaching Excellence Award, based on my performance at work when I was teaching at university.Corey: I want to be clear here, it's almost enough to make someone question whether you really were involved there because the first university, according to your background that you worked on was Northwestern, but then it was through the Harvard Extension School, and I was under the impression that doing anything involving Harvard was the exact opposite of an NDA, where you're contractually bound to mention that, “Oh, I was involved with Harvard in the following way,” at least three times at any given conversation. Can you tell I spent a lot of time dealing with Harvard grads?Mark: [laugh]. Yeah, Harvard is weird like that, where people who've worked there or gone there, it comes up as a first thing. But I'll tell the story about it if someone asks me, but I just like to talk about univer—that's why I say ‘university,' right? I don't say, “Oh, I won an award at Northwestern.” I just say, “University award-winning instructor.”The reason I say even the ‘award-winning', that part is important for credibility, specifically. It's like, hey, if I said I'm going to teach you something, I want you to know that you're in really good hands, and that I'm really going to do my best to help you. That's why I mention that a lot.Corey: I'll take that even one step further, and please don't take this as in any way me casting aspersions on some of your colleagues, but very often working at Google has felt an awful lot like that in some respects. I've never seen you do it. You've never had to establish your bona fides in a conversation that I've seen by saying, “Well, at Google this is how we do it.” Because that's a logical fallacy of appeal to authority in many respects. Yeah, I'm sure you do a lot of things at Google at a multinational trillion-dollar company that if I'm founding a four-person startup called Twitter for Pets might not necessarily be the same constraints that I'm faced with.I'm keenly appreciative folks who recognize that distinction and don't try and turn it into something else. We see it with founders, too, “Oh, we're a small scrappy startup and our founders used to work at Google.” And it's, “Hmm, I'm wondering if the corporate culture at a small startup might be slightly different these days.” I get it. It does resonate and it carries weight. I just wonder if that's one of those unexamined things that maybe it's time to dive into a bit more.Mark: Hmm. So, what's funny about that is—so people will ask me, what do I do? And it really depends on context. And I'll usually say, “Oh, I work for a company on the West Coast,” or, “For a tech company on the West Coast.” I'll just say that first.Because what I really want to do is turn the conversation back to the person I'm talking to, so here's where that unrelenting positivity kind of comes in because I'm looking at ways, how can I help boost you up? So first, I want to hear more about you. So, I'll kind of like—I won't shrink myself, but I'll just be kind of vague about things so I could hear more about you so we're not focused on me. In this case, I guess we are because I'm the guest, but in a normal conversation, that's what I would try to do.Corey: So, we've talked about JavaScript a little bit. We've talked about university a smidgen. Now, let me complete the trifecta of things that I know absolutely nothing about, specifically positivity on Twitter. You have been described to me as the mayor of wholesome Twitter. What is that about?Mark: All right, so let me be really upfront about this. This is not about toxic positivity. We got to get that out in the open first, before I say anything else because I think that people can hear that and start to immediately think, “Oh, this guy is just, you know, toxic positivity where no matter what's happening, he's going to be happy.” That is not the same thing. That is not the same thing at all.So, here's what I think is really interesting. Online, and as you know, as a person on Twitter, there's so many people out there doing damage and saying hurtful things. And I'm not talking about responding to someone who's being hurtful by being hurtful. I mean the people who are constantly harassing women online, or our non-binary friends, people who are constantly calling into question somebody's credibility because of, oh, they went to a coding bootcamp or they came from self-taught. All these types of ways to be really just harmful on Twitter.I wanted to start adding some other perspective of the positivity side of just being focused on value-add in our interactions. Can I craft this narrative, this world, where when we meet, we're both better off because of it, right? You feel good, I feel good, and we had a really good time. If we meet and you're having a bad time, at least you know that I care about you. I didn't fix you. I didn't, like, remove the issue, but you know that somebody cares about you. So, that's what I think wholesome positivity comes into play is because I want to be that force online. Because we already have plenty of the other side.Corey: It's easy for folks who are casual observers of my Twitter nonsense to figure, “Oh, he's snarky and he's being clever and witty and making fun of big companies”—which I do–And they tend to shorthand that sometimes to, “Oh, great. He's going to start dunking on people, too.” And I try mightily to avoid that it's punch up, never down.Mark: Mm-hm.Corey: I understand there's a school of thought that you should never be punching at all, which I get. I'm broken in many ways that apparently are entertaining, so we're going to roll with that. But the thing that incenses me the most—on Twitter in my case—is when I'll have something that I'll put out there that's ideally funny or engaging and people like it and it spreads beyond my circle, and then you just have the worst people on the internet see that and figure, “Oh, that's snarky and incisive. Ah, I'm like that too. This is my people.”I assure you, I am not your people when that is your approach to life. Get out of here. And curating the people who follow and engage with you on Twitter can be a full-time job. But oh man, if I wind up retweeting someone, and that act brings someone who's basically a jackwagon into the conversation, it's no. No-no-no.I'm not on Twitter to actively make things worse unless you're in charge of cloud pricing, in which case yes, I am very much there to make your day worse. But it's, “Be the change you want to see in the world,” and lifting people up is always more interesting to me than tearing people down.Mark: A thousand percent. So, here's what I want to say about that is, I think, punching up is fine. I don't like to moderate other people's behavior either, though. So, if you'd like punching up, I think it'd be funny. I laugh at jokes that people make.Now, is it what I'll do? Probably not because I haven't figured out a good way for me to do it that still goes along my core values. But I will call out stuff. Like if there's a big company that's doing something that's pretty messed up, I feel comfortable calling things out. Or when drama happens and people are attacking someone, I have no problem with just be like, “Listen, this person is a stand-up person.”Putting myself kind of like… just kind of on the front line with that other person. Hey, look, this person is being attacked right now. That person is stand-up, so if you got a problem them, you got a problem with me. That's not the same thing as being negative, though. That's not the same thing as punching down or harming people.And I think that's where—like I say, people kind of get that part confused when they think that being kind to people is a sign of weakness, which is—it takes more strength for me to be kind to people who may or may not deserve it, by societal standards. That I'll try to understand you, even though you've been a jerk right now.Corey: Twitter excels at fomenting outrage, and it does it by distancing us from being able to easily remember there's a person on the other side of these things. It is ways you're going to yell at someone, even my business partner in a text message. Whenever we start having conversations that get a little heated—which it happens; business partnership is like a marriage—it's oh, I should pick up the phone and call him rather than sending things that stick around forever, that don't reflect the context of the time, and five years later when I see it, I feel ashamed." I'm not here to advocate for other people doing things on Twitter the way that I do because what I do is clever, but the failure mode of clever in my case is being a complete jerk, and I've made that mistake a lot when I was learning to do it when my audience was much smaller, and I hurt people. And whenever I discovered that that is what happened, I went out of my way, and still do, to apologize profusely.I've gotten relatively good at having to do less of those apologies on an ongoing basis, but very often people see what I'm doing and try to imitate what they're seeing; it just comes off as mean. And that's not acceptable. That's not something that I want to see more of in the world. So, those are my failure modes. I have to imagine the only real failure mode that you would encounter with positivity is inadvertently lifting someone up who turns out to be a trash goblin.Mark: [laugh]. That and I think coming off as insincere. Because if someone is always positive or a majority of the time, positive, if I say something to you, and you don't know me that actually mean it, sincerity is incredibly hard to get over text. So, if I congratulate you on your job, you might be like, “Oh, he's just saying that for attention for himself because now he's being the nice guy again.” But sincerity is really, really hard to convey, so that's one of the failure modes is like I said, being sincere.And then lifting up people who don't deserve to be lifted up, yeah, that's happened before where I've engaged with people or shared some of their stuff in an effort to boost them, and find out, like you said, legit trash goblin, like, their home address is under a bridge because they're a troll. Like, real bad stuff. And then you have back off of that endorsement that you didn't know. And people will DM you, like, “Hey, I see that you follow this person. That person is a really bad person. Look at what they're saying right now.” I'm like, “Well, damn, I didn't know it was bad like that.”Corey: I've had that on the podcast, too, where I'll have a conversation with someone and then a year or so later, they'll wind up doing something horrifying, or something comes to light and the rest, and occasionally people will ask, “So, why did you have that person on this show?” It's yeah, it turns out that when we're having a conversation, that somehow didn't come up because as I'm getting background on people and understanding who they are and what they're about in the intake questionnaire, there is not a separate field for, “Are you terrible to women?” Maybe there should be, but that's something that it's—you don't see it. And that makes it easy to think that it's not there until you start listening more than you speak, and start hearing other people's stories about it. This is the challenge.As much as I aspire at times to be more positive and lift folks up, this is the challenge of social media as it stands now. I had a tweet the other day about a service that AWS had released with the comment that this is fantastic and the team that built it should be proud. And yeah, that got a bit of engagement. People liked it. I'm sure it was passed around internally, “Yay, the jerk liked something.” Fine.A month ago, they launched a different service, and my comment was just distilled down to, “This is molten garbage.” And that went around the tech internet three times. When you're positive, it's one of those, “Oh, great. Yeah, that's awesome.” Whereas when I savage things, it's, “Hey, he's doing it again. Come and look at the bodies.” Effectively the rubbernecking thing. “There's been a terrible accident, let's go gawk at it.”Mark: Right.Corey: And I don't quite know what to do with that because it leads to the mistaken and lopsided impression that I only ever hate things and I don't think that a lot of stuff is done well. And that's very much not the case. It doesn't restrict itself to AWS either. I'm increasingly impressed by a lot of what I'm seeing out of Google Cloud. You want to talk about objectivity, I feel the same way about Oracle Cloud.Dunking on Oracle was a sport for me for a long time, but a lot of what they're doing on a technical and on a customer-approach basis in the cloud group is notable. I like it. I've been saying that for a couple of years. And I'm gratified the response from the audience seems to at least be that no one's calling me a shill. They're saying, “Oh, if you say it, it's got to be true.” It's, “Yes. Finally, I have a reputation for authenticity.” Which is great, but that's the reason I do a lot of the stuff that I do.Mark: That is a tough place to be in. So, Twitter itself is an anomaly in terms of what's going to get engagement and what isn't. Sometimes I'll tweet something that at least I think is super clever, and I'm like, “Oh, yeah. This is meaningful, sincere, clever, positive. This is about to go bananas.” And then it'll go nowhere.And then I'll tweet that I was feeling a depression coming on and that'll get a lot of engagement. Now, I'm not saying that's a bad thing. It's just, it's never what I think. I thought that the depression tweet was not going to go anywhere. I thought that one was going to be like, kind of fade into the ether, and then that is the one that gets all the engagement.And then the one about something great that I want to share, or lifting somebody else up, or celebrating somebody that doesn't go anywhere. So, it's just really hard to predict what people are going to really engage with and what's going to ring true for them.Corey: Oh, I never have any idea of how jokes are going to land on Twitter. And in the before times, I had the same type of challenge with jokes in conference talks, where there's a joke that I'll put in there that I think is going to go super well, and the audience just sits there and stares. That's okay. My jokes are for me, but after the third time trying it with different audiences and no one laughs, okay, I should keep it to myself, then. Other times just a random throwaway comment, and I find it quoted in the newspaper almost. And it's, “Oh, okay.”Mark: [laugh].Corey: You can never tell what's going to hit and what isn't.Mark: Can we talk about that though? Like—Corey: Oh, sure.Mark: Conference talking?Corey: Oh, my God, no.Mark: Conference speaking, and just how, like—I remember one time I was keynoting—well I was emceeing and I had the opening monologue. And so [crosstalk 00:17:45]—Corey: We call that a keynote. It's fine. It is—I absolutely upgrade it because people know what you're talking about when you say, “I keynoted the thing.” Do it. Own it.Mark: Yeah.Corey: It's yours.Corey: So, I was emcee and then I did the keynote. And so during the keynote rehearsals—and this is for all the academia, right, so all these different university deans, et cetera. So, in the practice, I'm telling this joke, and it is landing, everybody's laughing, blah, blah, blah. And then I get in there, and it was crickets. And in that moment, you want to panic because you're like, “Holy crap, what do I do because I was expecting to be able to ride the wave of the laughter into my next segment,” and now it's dead silent. And then just that ability to have to be quick on your feet and not let it slow you down is just really hard.Corey: This episode is sponsored by our friends at Oracle HeatWave is a new high-performance accelerator for the Oracle MySQL Database Service. Although I insist on calling it “my squirrel.” While MySQL has long been the worlds most popular open source database, shifting from transacting to analytics required way too much overhead and, ya know, work. With HeatWave you can run your OLTP and OLAP, don't ask me to ever say those acronyms again, workloads directly from your MySQL database and eliminate the time consuming data movement and integration work, while also performing 1100X faster than Amazon Aurora, and 2.5X faster than Amazon Redshift, at a third of the cost. My thanks again to Oracle Cloud for sponsoring this ridiculous nonsense.Corey: It's a challenge. It turns out that there are a number of skills that are aligned but are not the same when it comes to conference talks, and I think that is something that is not super well understood. There's the idea of, “I can get on stage in front of a bunch of people with a few loose talking points, and just riff,” that sort of an improv approach. There's the idea of, “Oh, I can get on stage with prepared slides and have presenter notes and have a whole direction and theme of what I'm doing,” that's something else entirely. But now we're doing video and the energy is completely different.I've presented live on video, I've done pre-recorded video, but in either case, you're effectively talking to the camera and there is no crowd feedback. So, especially if you'd lean on jokes like I tend to, you can't do a cheesy laugh track as an insert, other than maybe once as its own joke. You have to make sure that you can resonate and engage with folks, but there are no subtle cues from the audience like half the front row getting up and walking out. You have to figure out what it is that resonates, what it is that doesn't, why people should care. And of course, distinguishing and differentiating between this video that you're watching now and the last five Zoom meetings that you've been on that look an awful lot the same; why should you care about this talk?Mark: The hardest thing to do. I think speaking remotely became such a big challenge. So, over time it became a little easier because I found some of the value in it, but it was still much harder because of all the things that you said. What became easier was that I didn't have to go to a place. That was easier.So, I could take three different conference talks in a day for three different organizations. So, that was easier. But what was harder, just like you said, not being able to have that energy of the crowd to know when you're on point because you look for that person in the audience who's nodding in agreement, or the person who's shaking their head furiously, like, “Oh, this is all wrong.” So, you might need to clarify or slow down or—you lose all your cues, and that's just really, really hard. And I really don't like doing video pre-recorded talks because those take more energy for me than they do the even live virtual because I have to edit it and I have to make sure that take was right because I can't say, “Oh, excuse me. Well, I meant to say this.”And I guess I could leave that in there, but I'm too much of a—I love public speaking, so I put so much pressure on myself to be the best version of myself at every opportunity when I'm doing public speaking. And I think that's what makes it hard.Corey: Oh, yeah. Then you add podcasts into the mix, like this one, and it changes the entire approach. If I stumble over my words in the middle of a sentence that I've done a couple of times already, on this very show, I will stop and repeat myself because it's easier to just cut that out in post, and it sounds much more natural. They'll take out ums, ahs, stutters, and the rest. Live, you have to respond to that very differently, but pre-recorded video has something of the same problem because, okay, the audio you can cut super easily.With video, you have to sort of a smear, and it's obvious when people know what they're looking at. And, “Wait, what was that? That was odd. They blew a take.” You can cheat, which is what I tend to do, and oh, I wind up doing a bunch of slides in some of my talks because every slide transition is an excuse to cut because suddenly for a split second I'm not on the camera and we can do all kinds of fun things.But it's all these little things, and part of the problem, too, with the pandemic was, we suddenly had to learn how to be A/V folks when previously we had the good fortune slash good sense to work with people who are specialist experts in this space. Now it's, “Well, I guess I am the best boy grip today,” whate—I'm learning what that means [laugh] as we—Mark: That's right.Corey: —continue onward. Ugh. I never signed up for this, but it's the thing that happens to you instead of what you plan on. I think that's called life.Mark: Feels right. Feels right, yeah. It's just one of those things. And I'm looking forward to the time after this, when we do get back to in-person talks, and we do get to do some things. So, I have a lot of hot takes around speaking. So, I came up in Toastmasters. Are you familiar with Toastmasters at all?Corey: I very much am.Mark: Oh, yeah. Okay, so I came up in Toastmasters, and for people at home who don't know, it's kind of like a meetup where you go and you actually practice public speaking, based on these props, et cetera. For me, I learned to do things like not say ‘um' and ‘ah' on stage because there's someone in the room counting every time you do it, and then when you get that review at the end when they give you your feedback, they'll call that out. Or when you say ‘like you know,' or too many ‘and so', all these little—I think the word is disfluencies that you use that people say make you sound more natural, those are things that were coached out with me for public speaking. I just don't do those things anymore, and I feel like there are ways for you not to do it.And I tweeted that before, that you shouldn't say ‘um' and ‘ah' and have someone tell me, “Oh, no, they're a natural part of language.” And then, “It's not natural and it could freak people out.” And I was like, “Okay. I mean, you have your opinion about that.” Like, that's fine, but it's just a hot take that I had about speaking.I think that you should do lots of things when you speak. The rate that you walk back and forth, or should you be static? How much should be on your slides? People put a lot of stuff on slides, I'm like, “I don't want to read your slides. I'd rather listen to you use your slides.” I mean, I can go on and on. We should have another podcast called, “Hey, Mark talks about public speaking,” because that is one of my jams. That and supporting people who come from different paths. Those two things, I can go on for hours about.Corey: And they're aligned in a lot of respects. I agree with you on the public speaking. Focusing on the things that make you a better speaker are not that hard in most cases, but it's being aware of what you're doing. I thought I was a pretty good speaker when I had a coach for a little while, and she would stand there, “Give just the first minute of your talk.” And she's there and writing down notes; I get a minute in and it's like, “Okay, I can't wait to see what she doesn't like once I get started.” She's like, “Nope. I have plenty. That will cover us for the next six weeks.” Like, “O…kay? I guess she doesn't know what she's doing.”Spoiler she did, in fact, know what she was doing and was very good at it and my talks are better for it as a result. But it comes down to practicing. I didn't have a thing like Toastmasters when I was learning to speak to other folks. I just did it by getting it wrong a lot of times. I would speak to small groups repeatedly, and I'd get better at it in time.And I would put time-bound on it because people would sit there and listen to me talk and then the elevator would arrive at our floor and they could escape and okay, they don't listen to me publicly speaking anymore, but you find time to practice in front of other folks. I am kidding, to be clear. Don't harass strangers with public speaking talks. That was in fact a joke. I know there's at least one person in the audience who's going to hear that and take notes and think, “Ah, I'm going to do that because he said it's a good idea.” This is the challenge with being a quote-unquote, “Role model” sometimes. My role model approach is to give people guidance by providing a horrible warning of what not to do.Mark: [laugh].Corey: You've gone the other direction and that's kind of awesome. So, one of the recurring themes of this show has been, where does the next generation come from? Where do we find the next generation of engineer, of person working in cloud in various ways? Because the paths that a lot of us walked who've been in this space for a decade or more have been closed. And standing here, it sounds an awful lot like, “Oh, go in and apply for jobs with a firm handshake and a printed copy of your resume and ask to see the manager and you'll have a job before dark.”Yeah, what worked for us doesn't work for people entering the workforce today, and there have to be different paths. Bootcamps are often the subject of, I think, a deserved level of scrutiny because quality differs wildly, and from the outside if you don't know the space, a well-respected bootcamp that knows exactly what it's doing and has established long-term relationships with a number of admirable hiring entities in the space and grifter who threw together a website look identical. It's a hard problem to solve. How do you view teaching the next generation and getting them into this space, assuming that that isn't something that is morally reprehensible? And some days, I wonder if exposing this industry to folks who are new to it isn't a problem.Mark: No, good question. So, I think in general—so I am pro bootcamp. I am pro self-taught. I was not always. And that's because of personal insecurity. Let's dive into that a little bit.So, I've been writing code since I was probably around 14 because I was lucky enough to go to a high school to had a computer science program on the south side of Chicago, one school. And then when I say I was lucky, I was really lucky because the school that I went to wasn't a high resource school; I didn't go to a private school. I went to a public school that just happened that one of the professors from IIT, also worked on staff a few days a week at my school, and we could take programming classes with this guy. Total luck. And so I get into computer science that way, take AP Computer Science in high school—which is, like, the pre-college level—then I go into undergrad, then I go into grad school for computer science.So, like, as traditional of a path that you can get. So, in my mind, it was all about my sweat equity that I had put in that disqualified everybody else. So, Corey, if you come from a bootcamp, you haven't spent the time that I spent learning to code; you haven't sweat, you haven't had to bleed, you haven't tried to write a two's complement algorithm on top of your other five classes for that semester. You haven't done it, definitely you don't deserve to be here. So, that was so much of my attitude, until—until—I got the opportunity to have my mind completely blown when I got asked to teach.Because when I got to asked to teach, I thought, “Yeah, I'm going to have my way of going in there and I'm going to show them how to do it right. This is my chance to correct these coding bootcampers and show them how it goes.” And then I find these people who were born for this life. So, some of us are natural talents, some of us are people who can just acquire the talent later. And both are totally valid.But I met this one student. She was a math teacher for years in Chicago Public Schools. She's like, “I want a career change.” Comes to the program that I taught at Northwestern, does so freaking well that she ends up getting a job at Airbnb. Now, if you have to make her go back four years at university, is that window still open for her? Maybe not.Then I meet this other woman, she was a paralegal for ten years. Ten years as a paralegal was the best engineer in the program when I taught, she was the best developer we had. Before the bootcamp was over, she had already gotten the job offer. She was meant for this. You see what I'm saying?So, that's why I'm so excited because it's like, I have all these stories of people who are meant for this. I taught, and I met people that changed the way I even saw the rest of the world. I had some non-binary trans students; I didn't even know what pronouns were. I had no idea that people didn't go by he/him, she/her. And then I had to learn about they and them and still teach you code without misgendering you at the same time, right because you're in a classroom and you're rapid-fire, all right, you—you know, how about this person? How about that person? And so you have to like, it's hard to take—Corey: Yeah, I can understand async, await, and JavaScript, but somehow understanding that not everyone has the pronouns that you are accustomed to using for people who look certain ways is a bridge too far for you to wrap your head around. Right. We can always improve, we can always change. It's just—at least when I screw up async, await, I don't make people feel less than. I just make—Mark: Totally.Corey: —users feel that, “Wow, this guy has no idea how to code.” You're right, I don't.Mark: Yeah, so as I'm on my soapbox, I'll just say this. I think coding bootcamps and self-taught programs where you can go online, I think this is where the door is the widest open for people to enter the industry because there is no requirement of a degree behind this. I just think that has just really opened the door for a lot of people to do things that is life-changing. So, when you meet somebody who's only making—because we're all engineers and we do all this stuff, we make a lot of money. And we're all comfortable. When you meet somebody where they go from 40,000 to 80,000, that is not the same story for—as it is for us.Corey: Exactly. And there's an entire school of thought out there that, “Oh, you should do this for the love because it is who you are, it is who you were meant to be.” And for some people, that's right, and I celebrate and cherish those folks. And there are other folks for whom, “I got into tech because of the money.” And you know what?I celebrate and cherish those folks because that is not inherently wrong. It says nothing negative about you whatsoever to want to improve your quality of life and wanting to support your family in varying ways. I have zero shade to throw at either one of those people. And when it comes to which of those two people do I want to hire, I have no preference in either direction because both are valid and both have directions that they can think in that the other one may not necessarily see for a variety of reasons. It's fine.Mark: I wanted to be an engineering manager. You know why? Not because I loved leadership; because I wanted more money.Corey: Yes.Mark: So, I've been in the industry for quite a long time. I'm a little bit on the older side of the story, right? I'm a little bit older. You know, for me, before we got ‘staff' and ‘principal' and all this kind of stuff, it was senior software engineer and then you topped out in terms of your earning potential. But if you wanted more, you became a manager, director, et cetera.So, that's why I wanted to be a manager for a while; I wanted more money, so why is my choice to be a manager more valuable than those people who want to make more money by coming into engineering or software development? I don't think it is.Corey: So, we've talked about positivity, we've talked about dealing with unpleasant people, we've talked about technology, and then, of course, we've talked about getting up on soapboxes. Let's tie all of that together for one last topic. What is your position on open-source in cloud?Mark: I think open-source software allows us to do a lot of incredible things. And I know that's a very light, fluffy, politically correct answer, but it is true, right? So, we get to take advantage of the brains of so many different people, all the ideas and contributions of so many different people so that we can do incredible things. And I think cloud really makes the world more accessible in general because—so when I used to do websites, I had to have a physical server that I would have to, like, try to talk to my ISP to be able to host things. And so, there was a lot of barriers to entry to do things that way.Now, with cloud and open-source, I could literally pick up a tool and deploy some software to the cloud. And the tool could you open-source so I can actually see what's happening and I could pick up other tools to help build out my vision for whatever I'm creating. So, I think open-source just gives a lot of opportunity.Corey: Oh, my stars, yes. It's even far more so than when I entered the field, and even back then there were challenges. One of the most democratizing aspects of cloud is that you can work with the same technologies that giant companies are using. When I entered the workforce, it's, “Wow, you're really good with Apache, but it seems like you don't really know a whole lot about the world of enterprise storage. What's going on with that?”And the honest answer was, “Well, it turns out that on my laptop, I can compile Apache super easily, but I'm finding it hard, given that I'm new to the workforce, to afford a $300,000 SAN in my garage, so maybe we can wind up figuring out that there are other ways to do it.” That doesn't happen today. Now, you can spin something up in the cloud, use it for a little bit. You're done, turn it off, and then never again have to worry about it except over in AWS land where you get charged 22 cents a month in perpetuity for some godforsaken reason you can't be bothered to track down and certainly no one can understand because, you know, cloud billing.Mark: [laugh].Corey: But if that's the tax versus the SAN tax, I'll take it.Mark: So, what I think is really interesting what cloud does, I like the word democratization because I think about going back to—just as a lateral reference to the bootcamp thing—I couldn't get my parents to see my software when I was in college when I made stuff because it was on my laptop. But when I was teaching these bootcamp students, they all deployed to Heroku. So, in their first couple of months, the cloud was allowing them to do something super cool that was not possible in the early days when I was coming up, learning how to code. And so they could deploy to Heroku, they could use GitHub Pages, you know like, open-source still coming into play. They can use all these tools and it's available to them, and I still think to me that is mind-blowing that I would have to bring my physical laptop or desktop home and say, “Mom, look at this terminal window that's doing this algorithm that I just did,” versus what these new people can do with the cloud. It's like, “Oh, yeah, I want to build a website. I want to publish it today. Publish right now.” Like, during our conversation, we both could have probably spent up a Hello World in the cloud with very little.Corey: Well, you could have. I could have done it in some horrifying way by using my favorite database: DNS. But that's a separate problem.Mark: [laugh]. Yeah, but I go to Firebase deploy and create a quick app real quick; Firebase deploy. Boom, I'm in the cloud. And I just think that the power behind that is just outstanding.Corey: If I had to pick a single cloud provider for someone new to the field to work with, it would be Google Cloud, and it's not particularly close. Just because the developer experience for someone who has not spent ten years marinating in cloud is worlds apart from what you're going to see in almost every other provider. I take it back, it is close. Neck-and-neck in different ways is also DigitalOcean, just because it explains things; their documentation is amazing and it lets people get started. My challenge with DigitalOcean is that it's not thought of, commonly, as a tier-one cloud provider in a lot of different directions, so the utility of learning how that platform works for someone who's planning to be in the industry for a while might potentially not get them as far.But again, there's no wrong answer. Whatever interests you, whenever you have to work on, do it. The obvious question of, “What technology should I learn,” it's, “Well, the ones that the companies you know are working with,” [laugh] so you can, ideally, turn it into something that throws off money, rather than doing it in your spare time for the love of it and not reaping any rewards from it.Mark: Yeah. If people ask me what should they use it to build something? And I think about what they want to do. And I also will say, “What will get you to ship the fastest? How can you ship?”Because that's what's really important for most people because people don't finish things. You know, as an engineer, how many side projects you probably have in the closet that never saw the light of day because you never shipped. I always say to people, “Well, what's going to get you to ship?” If it's View, use View and pair that with DigitalOcean, if that's going to get you to ship, right? Or use Angular plus Google Cloud Platform if that's going to get you to ship.Use what's going to get you to ship because—if it's just your project you're trying to run on. Now, if it's a company asking me, that's a consulting question which is a different answer. We do a much more in-detail analysis.Corey: I want to thank you so much for taking the time to speak with me about, honestly, a very wide-ranging group of topics. If people want to learn more about who you are, how you think, what you're up to, where can they find you?Mark: You can always find me spreading the love, being positive, hanging out. Look, if you want to feel better about yourself, come find me on Twitter at @marktechson—M-A-R-K-T-E-C-H-S-O-N. I'm out there waiting for you, so just come on and have a good time.Corey: And we will, of course, throw links to that in the [show notes 00:36:45]. Thank you so much for your time today.Mark: Oh, it's been a pleasure. Thanks for having me.Corey: Mark Thompson, developer relations engineer at Google. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice along with an angry, deranged comment that you spent several weeks rehearsing in the elevator.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

Bill Martinez Live
October 28, 2021

Bill Martinez Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 172:16


Breaking News, Jihad In Europe Rising, Neck & Neck Virginia's Governor's Race, Senate Hot Seat Too Hot For Garland? And Husband And Wife Left Wing Traitor Teams   Click Here to Download October 28, 2021 – Hour One       3 Very Independent and Compelling Hours of Experts, and Authors Pursuing The Truth No Matter Where It Leads   9:06-9:29a ET – John Guandolo – Jihad in Europe On The Rise and after our failed exit from […] The post October 28, 2021 first appeared on The Bill Martinez Show.

Virginia Public Radio
Another Poll Shows A Neck And Neck Race For Governor

Virginia Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021


New polling in the race for governor shows the election tightening with early voting wrapping up. Michael Pope explains the results.

Unbiased Science
My Neck, My Back... Is Chiropractic Whack?

Unbiased Science

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 46:15


On today's episode of the pod, we tackle a very controversial topic... chiropractic. We have lost count of the number of messages we have received on chiropractic and felt it was time to dig into the evidence. We start off the episode with a description of chiropractic, the history of the industry, and the training/credentials needed to become a chiropractor. We spend a little time talking about the title of "doctor" and how it can be misleading. Next, we do a deep dive into the literature. We describe several studies (including RCTs) and some potential biases that limits our ability to generalize findings. We discuss some of the claims made by chiropractors and the data (or lack thereof) that are available to support those claims. We spend some time talking about the safety and adverse events associated with chiropractic with extra attention paid to issues among children. We talk about the impact of chiropractors on the anti-vaxx movement and the general proclivity of people who are attracted to alternative medicine to fall prey to misinformation.PLEASE NOTE: The discussion and information provided in this podcast are for general educational, scientific, and informational purposes only and are not intended as, and should not be treated as, medical or other professional advice for any particular individual or individuals.  Every person and medical issue is different, and diagnosis and treatment requires consideration of specific facts often unique to the individual.  As such, the information contained in this podcast should not be used as a substitute for consultation with and/or treatment by a doctor or other medical professional.  If you are experiencing any medical issue or have any medical concern, you should consult with a doctor or other medical professional. Further, due to the inherent limitations of a podcast such as this as well as ongoing scientific developments, we do not guarantee the completeness or accuracy of the information or analysis provided in this podcast, although, of course we always endeavor to provide comprehensive information and analysis. In no event may Unbiased Science or any of the participants in this podcast be held liable to the listener or anyone else for any decision allegedly made or action allegedly taken or not taken allegedly in reliance on the discussion or information in this podcast or for any damages allegedly resulting from such reliance.

Jersey Beer Guys podcast
The End of Summer Swelter

Jersey Beer Guys podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 47:18


In our last episode from Summer Swelter, we talk with one of our favorite brewers, Frank from Neck of the Woods, along with his new brewer, Ben. We talk about a lot of what they have going on and where they will be going with a new brewer. We also talk with Adam Mozzola, who along with many volunteers, helps put on the Summer Swelter Beer Festival. A giant THANK YOU to Frank, Dave and Paul with Neck Of The Woods Brewing for having us back again. Always a great time. You guys are the best. Another giant THANK YOU to Adam Mazzola for allowing us to be at one of the best beer festivals in the state.  

Daily Meditation Minute
Releasing Neck Tension

Daily Meditation Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 1:33


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Nothing About You Says Computer Technology

Today we will be talking about cybersecurity in the news, and we also have some “Protect ya Neck” news.  Next, we will discuss an interesting study on the impact of YouTube's efforts to fight disinformation.  Then finally, we will be handing out a cybersecurity award.    You can visit the show's website at www.nothingaboutyou.com

The Axial Spondyloarthritis Podcast
Ankylosing Spondylitis - A Real Pain In The Neck

The Axial Spondyloarthritis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 18:34


In this episode I look at neck pain that you can encounter with sometimes advanced stages of AS. I based this episode upon this article, https://www.spine-health.com/conditions/neck-pain/treatment-neck-pain-ankylosing-spondylitis (neck pain). Support this podcast

How To Be A Better Person with Kate Hanley
The 5-Day Dawdle: Day 5: Get Your Stretch On EP: 562

How To Be A Better Person with Kate Hanley

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 8:20


Devoting some time to stretching is a great way to check in with yourself and your body and see how you're feeling, where you might be feeling tension that you weren't aware of, and just sending yourself some love. But you probably already knew that. Today is not about knowing, it's about doing. Legs up the wall * Both feet straight up the wall for a few minutes * Open your legs into a V for a few minutes * Bend your knees and bring the soles of your feet together for a few minutes * Cross your shins and lie with your legs in criss cross apple sauce for a few minutes * Then roll to your side and come up OR, do this little stretching sequence: Cobbler's pose Seated straddle Child's pose Neck rolls Shoulder rolls Let me know what you do to replenish! Take a pic of you stretching and tag me on Instagram!

Kid Contractor Podcast with Caleb Auman
Ep 105. Protect Your Neck

Kid Contractor Podcast with Caleb Auman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 67:07


Insurance for a business is an absolute must-have. In this episode we have a very fun and informative conversation discussing the pitfalls of not having insurance and things you can do to better protect your business personal assets and life with my long-time friend Courtney Cipparone. https://www.TheHardscapeAcademy.com Auman Landscape on YouTube www.thehardscapeacademy.com/linktree  @aumanlandscapellc LMN Software Code: AUMAN25 Latux Diamond Blades: AUMAN   NDS Drainage Certification FREE: www.gpstrackit.com/auman (844) 947-1553 www.lawntrapreneuracademy.com  Mailing Address: Caleb Auman PO Box 203  

Guys We F****d
YOU BROKE YOUR NECK FROM TOURETTE'S?

Guys We F****d

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 18:13


On this week's episode of GWF, Corinne talks about what it's like to share a green room with David Spade and Krystyna, Corinne, and resident dude Mike Coscarelli discuss whether or not ya gotta give the heads up when you're about to blow. Then, C&K interview comedian, speaker, and disability/mental health advocate Pamela Schuller about Tourette syndrome, dramatic weight gain and loss, technically being a little person but hating that descriptor, and dating on top of all that shit.

Joey Yap's Great Feng Shui Great Life Channel
Daily Audio Calendar - 22 October 2021

Joey Yap's Great Feng Shui Great Life Channel

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 13:41


Good Morning Tribe! Today is the 90th installment of my Daily Morning Message! Constellation of Neck enters the Water Rabbit Innitate Day! Today we see the 四相 Four Ministers meeting the 五合  Five Harmony Stars. What a great day to end my current season of morning messages with a WISH for happiness, good health and good fortune for every one of you here in my Tribe! Let's make a commitment to be better everyday shall we? Listen up ...

Injuries 101 Podcast
Chris Carson - HUGE UPDATE!! Herniated disc in his neck

Injuries 101 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 9:03


Dr. Jesse Morse explains Chris Carson's neck injury in detail and provides some thoughts on how this affects his status in Week 5 and moving forward. ________________________________________________________________________ Link to Original Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utJkr2cJqxs                       __________________________________________________________________________ TFD APP info: - What it is? All the best sports follows on Twitter in one easy place plus injury reports, and videos for the 4 main sports - Promo video: https://youtu.be/FsLqXEynz1o - More info here: https://thefantasydoctorsapp.com/ - How to use tutorial video: https://youtu.be/kvVvNlTKcd0 - Notifications only are for new injuries. - Available on the Apple and Google Play App Store ________________________________________________________________________ NFL Injury Reports - Bookmark them and check daily https://thefantasydoctors.com/nba-inj... - Also available on TFD App (white medical button, middle bottom) - Detailed/Advanced version available on: https://tfdinjurydraftguide.com/ ________________________________________________________________________ Stay up-to-date with all the injuries, bookmark our 'Injury Reports' now! https://thefantasydoctors.com/nba-inj...  ________________________________________________________________________ Follow Us on Social Media: Twitter / IG / TikTok: @TheFantasyDRS @TFDNBA, @TFDNFL, @TFDMLB, @TFDNHL Follow the Doctors on Twitter/IG!!! @DrJesseMorse @seleneparekhMD @amarpatelMD @AakashChauhanMD @Harjas_Grewal ________________________________________________________________________ If you're interested in advertising with us, send us an email at: TheFantasyDRS@gmail.com

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
FA8 – Body at Rest – Freedom from Anxiety with Sonja Corbitt – Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 49:09


Body at Rest - Episode 8 - Freedom from Anxiety with Sonja Corbitt The body has two systems of protection. The immune system fights inner threats, and the “fight or flight” system protects from external threats. Stress only becomes a serious physical problem when it moves from temporary to persistent or is aggravated by negative, fear-driven thoughts and emotion. Research shows that fear triggers known and measurable physical and chemical responses, throwing the body into a frantic, sick state. Neck, shoulder, head, and back problems are exoskeletal and nervous system issues – structural issues. In the Bible they are related to the will, the “structure” that human life and existence are built on. When we willfully step out from under the protective, authoritative structure God has put into place, we often experience symptoms in these areas, such as migraines, muscle aches, back problems, and insomnia. Here's how to re-order the structure of your life by re-ordering your will. The post FA8 – Body at Rest – Freedom from Anxiety with Sonja Corbitt – Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.

The Austin City Councilman
Oct. 18, 2021 - Dennis Farris, Prop A - Check Up From The Neck Up

The Austin City Councilman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 83:56


Former APD officer, Dennis Farris, comes back on the show to talk Prop A - Budgeting, cadet classes, crime, Austin Fire Fighters Association, the 311 controversy, and more! EARLY VOTING STARST TODAY! @bradswail austincitycouncilman.com Support the show on Patreon!

Ignorance Was Bliss
362 -- Neck Injuries Are Not Required -- with Kendall and Sarah from Appalachian Mysteria

Ignorance Was Bliss

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 70:29


When a conversation touches on podcasting, journalism, ethics, ethos, decapitation and cryptids, despite my unabashed fangirling? It's good stuff.Guests: Kendall and Sarah, Appalachian Mysteria (Jam Street Media)Book: The WVU Coed Murders: Who Killed Mared and Karen? -- https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B09G8Q9FNL/------------------------True Crime Podcast Reviews and Recommendations group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/201821154596270Promo: Crime of Your LifeDisclaimer: Melanie, Mask of SanityMusic: Jake Pierle -- https://jakepierle.bandcamp.com/------------------------Facebook group: The Asylum -- https://bit.ly/iwbasylumDiscord server: Ignorance Was Bliss Satellite Campus -- https://bit.ly/iwbdiscordMerch: https://bit.ly/iwbpodcastmerchPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/IWBpodcastTikTok (@iwbpodcast): Podcast ChecklistSponsor: Bath By Bex (code CBDkate for 15% off)

The Dan John Podcast
EP 113 - Mom Getting Up, Behind the Neck Pressing, and More

The Dan John Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 31:17


0:00 - Intro2:55 - Behind the Neck Pressing6:22 - Breathing During O Lifts8:05 - Soldier Commitment to Exercise15:19 - Exercising Throughout the Day19:55 - Increasing KB Work Capacity24:03 - Training Mom to Get Up28:40 - Training Around Lifehttps://www.patreon.com/coachdanjohnEnjoy!---Have a question? Send it to podcast@danjohnuniversity.com[Dan John University](https://www.danjohnuniversity.com)

Movement By Lara: Redefining Yoga
457. How to Help Your Neck

Movement By Lara: Redefining Yoga

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 12:57


It seems like every other person out there is struggling with issues of neck pain. It's a problem that's always been there but it has certainly increased.We're going to look at why neck pain is so prevalent, the common causes, as well as some exercises to treat, recover from, and prevent neck problems.To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: lytyoga.com/blog/category/podcasts/Resources:Instagram: @lara.heimannVisit tryveganmealprep.com and use code “LYTYOGA” for 25% off your first orderRedefining Yoga is a production of Crate Media See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Friend Zone
Her Rouched Neck

The Friend Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 103:31


This week on #TheFriendZone, it's a shoot the shit episode. No Hot Button. No segments. Just whatever wants to come up. Brace yourselves. Black Business of the Week - https://www.zeninajar.com/collections/featured-collection/products/the-home-box-featuring-jade THE FRIEND ZONE IS ON PATREON! Sign up now to catch our 4 spin-off shows (with audio, video and BTS images) and Livestream Tour: www.patreon.com/TheFriendZonePodcast Thank you to our Sponsors: Sunday II Sunday - Get your own workout hair routine today with 15% off your first purchase. Visit mysunday2sunday.com and use code FRIENDZONE. Sunday II Sunday is also available online at Sephora and Ulta.com Target - Celebrate your legacy. Invest in the future. Together, we are Black Beyond Measure. Visit www.target.com/black-beyond-measure to learn more. Follow us online: Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/friendzonepod Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/thefriendzonepodcast Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/thefriendzonepodcast Discord - https://discord.gg/Jee2cwfAdz Have a GREAT day!

That's Awesome with Steve Burton & Bradford Anderson

Steve is finally able to share the story of how someone made him bleed on set a few weeks ago...and it was even the Halloween episode:) More thoughts on GH, our week, and some of your questions! This Episode of That's Awesome Is Brought To You By: GEICO GEICO makes it easy to bundle your homeowners or renters insurance, along with your auto policy. It's GEICO easy! Visit Geico.com today! For Everything Steve and Bradford including next week's Port Chuck show go to StoneColdandTheJackal.com