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Another Mother Runner
Running a Race with a Pacer

Another Mother Runner

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 50:13


Whatever your goal, if you've ever considered using a pacer in a race, you need to listen to this episode. Host Sarah talks with four women (including co-host Amanda!) about their experiences (good and bad) running a race with a pace group. They discuss: -various reasons to use a pacer; -how to get the best results with a pace group;  -different ways to utilize a pacer; and, -why a race pacer isn't necessarily a magical PR-maker.    Sarah shares a quick story about a scummy swim before talking to Amanda about herpacer experiences at 5:35.    When you shop our sponsors, you help AMR. We appreciate your—and their—support!   Get Gnarly: Enjoy 15% off your entire purchase at GoGnarly.com with code AMR   Preserve family memories:  Save $10 on your first purchase at StoryWorth.com/AMR Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Physical Performance Show
344: Expert Edition: Phil Southerland - CEO Supersapiens

The Physical Performance Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 32:02


Some of the planet's best endurance athletes are wearing the Supersapiens proprietary device, a circular sensor on the back of their tricep, the world's first continuous blood glucose monitoring system. It has been successfully integrated into the training and performance outcomes of the best endurance athletes, Eliud Kipchoge, Kristian Blummenfelt, Gustav Iden, and recently Tobias Foss became the time trial World Champion with Jumbo-Visma, professional road cycling team, having long adopted the Supersapiens technology. In this episode Phil shares around Wout van Aert and Chris Froome's integration of Supersapiens into their training and performance, the backstory of product development, and how it shifted from being a medical device to one of the planet's hottest and 'must have' sports performance devices. Show Sponsor: For over 40 years, Polar has been a global leader in fitness and GPS sports watches, and heart rate monitors. Their heart rate tracking technology is world-famous for being the most reliable and accurate in the industry. Over decades, they've spent every day in search of undeniable truths about the human body; obsessed by what it is trying to tell us, poring over the data, sweating over the science. They believe the most important thing you can do … is listen to your heart. What Polar does helps to improve the health, fitness and quality of millions of lives around the world – and that is what drives them. But what is driving you? If you are interested in the next step for your fitness and health tracking do take a moment to check out our friends at Polar.com. If you are looking for the latest in running watches they have the all new Pacer range, for multisport it's the Vantage V2 or if you are getting off the beaten track and need a premium outdoor GPS watch look no further than the stunning and tough Grit X Pro watches. If you need to get the most out of your training and racing, take a beat to grab the gold standard in heart rate monitors - the Polar H10, or for an even more flexible heart rate monitor the Verity Sense which also tracks your heart rate for swimming. Their range starts at $129, but what's most important is that whatever you are doing, do it with heart. to Shop at POLAR Livestream Event "ON DEMAND" The recent Livestream was a great success and we are excited to now offer those that missed the Livestream event access to the sessions via a post event purchasable recording. Click HERE>> to purchase the post event recording. Join the The Physical Performance Show LEARNINGS membership through weekly podcasts | Patreon If you enjoyed this episode of The Physical Performance Show please hit SUBSCRIBE for to ensure you are one of the first to future episodes. Jump over to The Physical Performance Show - https://physicalperformanceshow.com/ for more details. Follow @Brad_Beer Instagram & Twitter The Physical Performance Show: Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter (@tppshow1) Please direct any questions, comments, and feedback to the above social media handles.

Another Mother Runner
AMR Trains: What It's Like to Be a Race Pacer

Another Mother Runner

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 52:15


With pacer pros Meg Ryan and Jaime Taylor  If you've ever wondered what it's like playing the pacer role in a marathon or a half-marathon, we've got two awesome guests to fill you in. Dimity and Sarah WF chat with two mother runners who have been pacers in races multiple times. Meg and Jaime dish the nitty-gritty details about being a pacer, and offer insight on topics including: Prepping to be a pacer, from knowing the course to dialing in the goal pace; How do decide which pace group to lead; Keeping up the banter and spirit from start to finish; How pacing has enhanced their own running journeys.  Be sure to tune into the Friday episode of Another Mother Runner, where host Sarah Bowen Shea will talk to runners who share their experience with racing with a pace group.   When you shop our sponsors, you help AMR. We appreciate your —and their— support!   Cheers! Get 20% off all Nuun products with code NUUNAMR20 at Nuunlife.com   Step up to Rothy's this season! Get $20 off your first purchase at rothys.com/AMR   Stress less, sleep better: Enjoy 40% off a Calm Premium subscription at Calm.com/amr   LINKS NUUN https://nuunlife.com/?utm_source=AMR&utm_medium=Podcast   ROTHY'S https://rothys.com/?utm_source=amr&utm_medium=podcast   CALM https://www.calm.com/campaigns?coupon=amr&utm_medium=podcast&utm_source=amr&vanity_url=%2Famr&messageBannerMessage=Welcome%20Another%20Mother%20Runner%20listeners!%20Enjoy%20this%20exclusive%20discount%20from%20Calm Ready for more Training? Steaming hot episodes served up here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Homilies
Fr. Pacer - Listen, so as not to be like the Rich Man

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Homilies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 7:21


Fr. Pacer - Listen, so as not to be like the Rich Man by Saint Patrick Parish Homilies

The Physical Performance Show
343: Expert Edition: Jack March (rheumatology.physio) ‘Rheumatology in Sports'

The Physical Performance Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 79:12


Jack March is the founder of Rheumatology.Physio and the Director of the Physio Matters ecosystem. Jack graduated in 2008 from Plymouth University before settling into a specialty in Rheumatology. Jack is a teacher at heart offering full day courses on rheumatology, alongside his clinical work and his extensive work with Physio Matters podcast and ecosystem. In this episode Jack outlines what rheumatology is, the incidence and prevalence of Rheumatology amongst athletes and the greater population, key rheumatological conditions that athletes may hear about or come across or perhaps even be experiencing themselves including gout, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis and much more. Show Sponsor: For over 40 years, Polar has been a global leader in fitness and GPS sports watches, and heart rate monitors. Their heart rate tracking technology is world-famous for being the most reliable and accurate in the industry. Over decades, they've spent every day in search of undeniable truths about the human body; obsessed by what it is trying to tell us, poring over the data, sweating over the science. They believe the most important thing you can do … is listen to your heart. What Polar does helps to improve the health, fitness and quality of millions of lives around the world – and that is what drives them. But what is driving you? If you are interested in the next step for your fitness and health tracking do take a moment to check out our friends at Polar.com. If you are looking for the latest in running watches they have the all new Pacer range, for multisport it's the Vantage V2 or if you are getting off the beaten track and need a premium outdoor GPS watch look no further than the stunning and tough Grit X Pro watches. If you need to get the most out of your training and racing, take a beat to grab the gold standard in heart rate monitors - the Polar H10, or for an even more flexible heart rate monitor the Verity Sense which also tracks your heart rate for swimming. Their range starts at $129, but what's most important is that whatever you are doing, do it with heart. to Shop at POLAR Livestream Event "ON DEMAND" The recent Livestream was a great success and we are excited to now offer those that missed the Livestream event access to the sessions via a post event purchasable recording. Click HERE>> to purchase the post event recording. Join the The Physical Performance Show LEARNINGS membership through weekly podcasts | Patreon If you enjoyed this episode of The Physical Performance Show please hit SUBSCRIBE for to ensure you are one of the first to future episodes. Jump over to The Physical Performance Show - https://physicalperformanceshow.com/ for more details. Follow @Brad_Beer Instagram & Twitter The Physical Performance Show: Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter (@tppshow1) Please direct any questions, comments, and feedback to the above social media handles.

Car-Chum
Don't Leave Home Without...

Car-Chum

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 42:51 Transcription Available


...…a Car-Chum Podcast downloaded was the obvious line there.  And I missed it.  Never mind, the content is all the better for it.  Loads of cars, loads of accessories, loads of stories – it's all here for your pleasure.  It's the latest edition of The Car-Chum Podcast.

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Homilies
Fr. Pacer - Ziplining and Trust

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Homilies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 7:27


Fr. Pacer - Ziplining and Trust by Saint Patrick Parish Homilies

Hardlooppodcast De Pacer
S5E13: Roy Hoornweg over de loopband, het lopen en het leven

Hardlooppodcast De Pacer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 111:32


Het is tijd voor De Pacer met De Pacer. Roy Hoornweg loodste als tempomaker Afrikaanse toppers naar wereldrecords. Afgelopen vrijdag wilde hij met een marathon op de loopband zelf de recordboeken in. Dat doel slaagde niet, maar zijn poging leverde genoeg verhalen op. Maar Pim, terug van een bruiloft en de trouwtoga inmiddels niet meer om zijn lijf, en Eric, vanuit Duitsland toewerkend naar de Marathon van Berlijn, willen veel meer van de duidelijke liefhebber weten. En dus praat Hoornweg, een heerlijk open boek, over de bedragen die je als haas verdient. Wijst hij de top drie mooiste atletiekbanen aan en de lelijkste (,,die in Zierikzee, het einde van de wereld"). Vertelt hij over zijn trainingsstages in Zuid-Afrika, Uganda, Australië en Roemenië. Gaat het over het sjouwen van kisten vol bananen. Laaghangend fruit. De oneindige liefde voor duizendjes. Wanneer je windje mee traint, en wanneer windje tegen. Het belang van een rustdag. Zijn ultieme sportieve doel (de Spelen van 2024). Het geplande einde als topsporter en het leven daarna. Kortom: we raakten niet uitgepraat.Support the show: https://krant.nlSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

You, Me and An Album
85. Stephanie Phillips Discusses The Amps, Pacer

You, Me and An Album

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 51:11


Musician and author Stephanie Phillips is this week's guest, and she introduces Al to The Amps' one-and-only album, Pacer. Steph talks about why she picked Pacer for this episode, the differences and similarities between this album and Kim Deal's other work with Pixies and The Breeders and which tracks on the album stand out to her. She also talks about her band Big Joanie's upcoming album and tour and her book, Why Solange Matters.Follow Steph!@Stephanopolus on Twitter@steffimusics on InstagramAnd follow Big Joanie, too!@Big_Joanie on Twitter@bigjoanieband on InstagramAl is on Twitter at @almelchiorBB, and this show has accounts on Twitter and Instagram at @youmealbum. Be sure to follow @youmealbum to find out in advance about upcoming guests and featured albums for this podcast.1:11 Steph joins the show1:45 Is Pacer a “lost Breeders album”?2:55 Al's preparation for this episode was a little different3:42 Steph explains why she picked Pacer for this episode5:15 Steph details what's special about Kim Deal's songwriting and vocals8:11 Deal's approach to playing has influenced Steph's songwriting10:30 Steph and Al have trouble categorizing The Breeders and The Amps12:06 Al found the title track to be an odd pick for an opener15:19 Steph enjoys the entire album as a journey, rather than focusing on individual tracks17:28 Steph views some Pacer tracks as a harbinger of future Breeders albums18:27 Steph and Al both like “Breaking the Split Screen Barrier”22:31 Steph points out that Deal repurposed a couple of the tracks on PacerObservations about additional tracks:24:15 Bragging Party27:59 Mom's Drunk/First Revival30:06 Hoverin'31:55 Tipp City33:43 Empty Glasses34:32 Al missed some of the album's subtleties on his initial listens36:07 There are a couple of tracks that Steph will listen to on their own37:57 Al talks about his favorite track from Pacer39:23 Steph thinks Pacer is a good album for getting a feel for Deal as a songwriter40:56 Steph recommends watching videos of The Amps' live performances42:25 Steph talks about the music she listened to around the same time she was initially listening to Pacer43:50 Steph explains how she decided to write Why Solange Matters47:09 Steph discusses Big Joanie's upcoming tour plansThe outro is from “In My Arms” by Big Joanie.

Men’s Health Minute
A Bodybuilding Coach Flunk the High School 'Beep Test'

Men’s Health Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 2:34


Eugene Teo takes on the PACER and challenges his cardiovascular fitness in a new video.

The Physical Performance Show
342: Dick Telford (AM) REWIRED - Sports Scientist, Physiologist, Distance Running Coach

The Physical Performance Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 61:10


Dick Telford was the first Sports Scientist appointed by the Australian Institute of Sport, he also worked alongside the Australian swim team and the Australian canoeing team as an Exercise Physiologist. Dick left the AIS Physiology Department to take up distance run coaching with the AIS track and field team. Dick was appointed the Australian athletics distance running coach in both the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Games, coaching Lisa Ondieki to the silver medal in the women's marathon at the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games, Australia's only Olympic Marathon medal to date. Dick has been the coach of Bonita Willis Australian Marathon National Record Holder and former World Cross Country Champion, Michael Shelley dual Commonwealth Games marathon champion and Lisa Weightman, multi–Commonwealth Games marathon medalist. Show Sponsor: For over 40 years, Polar has been a global leader in fitness and GPS sports watches, and heart rate monitors. Their heart rate tracking technology is world-famous for being the most reliable and accurate in the industry. Over decades, they've spent every day in search of undeniable truths about the human body; obsessed by what it is trying to tell us, poring over the data, sweating over the science. They believe the most important thing you can do … is listen to your heart. What Polar does helps to improve the health, fitness and quality of millions of lives around the world – and that is what drives them. But what is driving you? If you are interested in the next step for your fitness and health tracking do take a moment to check out our friends at Polar.com. If you are looking for the latest in running watches they have the all new Pacer range, for multisport it's the Vantage V2 or if you are getting off the beaten track and need a premium outdoor GPS watch look no further than the stunning and tough Grit X Pro watches. If you need to get the most out of your training and racing, take a beat to grab the gold standard in heart rate monitors - the Polar H10, or for an even more flexible heart rate monitor the Verity Sense which also tracks your heart rate for swimming. Their range starts at $129, but what's most important is that whatever you are doing, do it with heart. to Shop at POLAR Livestream Event "ON DEMAND" The recent Livestream was a great success and we are excited to now offer those that missed the Livestream event access to the sessions via a post event purchasable recording. Click HERE>> to purchase the post event recording. Join the The Physical Performance Show LEARNINGS membership through weekly podcasts | Patreon If you enjoyed this episode of The Physical Performance Show please hit SUBSCRIBE for to ensure you are one of the first to future episodes. Jump over to The Physical Performance Show - https://physicalperformanceshow.com/ for more details. Follow @Brad_Beer Instagram & Twitter The Physical Performance Show: Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter (@tppshow1) Please direct any questions, comments, and feedback to the above social media handles.    

The Leadership Foundry Podcast
How to Align Your Team's Passion with Purpose so You Can Lead at Scale featuring Chris Pacer

The Leadership Foundry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 28:12


Managing multiple teams can prove difficult. How can we bring so many viewpoints together in decision? Add in today's hybrid workplace and the task may seem impossible even. But our podcast guest, Chris Pacer, Vice President Group Executive at Motion Industries, joins to share tips for discovering the passion among our teams, and how to align that passion with purpose, so you can lead at scale.

Podcast - The Undebeatables
Undebeatables Classics - Episode 6: Pacers 101

Podcast - The Undebeatables

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 58:38


The NBA season is just six weeks away and that means your favorite longest-running Pacer podcast is returning soon with Where Dat Player At? and Conference Previews. Before then, enjoy a very early episode (Extras 001) in which we explain the basics of basketball. We miss you, Pacer Nation, and can't wait to be back!

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Homilies
Fr. Pacer - Learning to Surrender in Door County

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Homilies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 1:03


Fr. Pacer - Learning to Surrender in Door County by Saint Patrick Parish Homilies

The Physical Performance Show
341: (LIVE AUDIENCE) Featured Performer: Michael Shelley - Dual Commonwealth Games Marathon Champion (2014, 2018) & Olympian

The Physical Performance Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 45:53


Michael has been a dual Australian Olympic Marathon Representative at the London Olympic Games in 2012 and at the Rio Olympic Games in 2016 and a 3x Commonwealth Games marathon medalist. He won silver at the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games running his 2nd ever marathon. Fast forward 4 years to 2014 at Glasgow, Michael became the Commonwealth Games marathon champion and in 2018 at the Gold Coast he defended his Commonwealth Games title to be a coveted dual Commonwealth Games marathon champion. Michael boasted career bests across his running career of 2:11:5 in the marathon, 1:01:27 for the half marathon, 27:59 across 10,000m and 13:38 across 5,000m, he started his career middle distance with a 3:39 across the 1500m.  Show Sponsor: For over 40 years, Polar has been a global leader in fitness and GPS sports watches, and heart rate monitors. Their heart rate tracking technology is world-famous for being the most reliable and accurate in the industry. Over decades, they've spent every day in search of undeniable truths about the human body; obsessed by what it is trying to tell us, poring over the data, sweating over the science. They believe the most important thing you can do … is listen to your heart. What Polar does helps to improve the health, fitness and quality of millions of lives around the world – and that is what drives them. But what is driving you? If you are interested in the next step for your fitness and health tracking do take a moment to check out our friends at Polar.com. If you are looking for the latest in running watches they have the all new Pacer range, for multisport it's the Vantage V2 or if you are getting off the beaten track and need a premium outdoor GPS watch look no further than the stunning and tough Grit X Pro watches. If you need to get the most out of your training and racing, take a beat to grab the gold standard in heart rate monitors - the Polar H10, or for an even more flexible heart rate monitor the Verity Sense which also tracks your heart rate for swimming. Their range starts at $129, but what's most important is that whatever you are doing, do it with heart. to Shop at POLAR Livestream Event Positive Sports Psychology: Cultivating deep well-being featuring RORY DARKINS 3PM AEST Saturday 10 September 2022 to register Join the The Physical Performance Show LEARNINGS membership through weekly podcasts | Patreon If you enjoyed this episode of The Physical Performance Show please hit SUBSCRIBE for to ensure you are one of the first to future episodes. Jump over to The Physical Performance Show - https://physicalperformanceshow.com/ for more details. Follow @Brad_Beer Instagram & Twitter The Physical Performance Show: Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter (@tppshow1) Please direct any questions, comments, and feedback to the above social media handles.

Setting The Pace (A Pacers Podcast)
September Mailbag! Top 8 players we'd protect in an Expansion Draft...3 wings we would like to trade for and MORE!

Setting The Pace (A Pacers Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 71:36


Alex Golden and Michael Davis Facci are back for an awesome September Mailbag Podcast! Questions Aaron H - Who are your top 3 wings that you realistically think (or would want) the Pacers could acquire in a trade? Christopher Lloyd - Does Isaiah Jackson hold potential to be the Pacers' long-term solution at center? Jeff Kew - Pacers showed they're willing to get into restricted free agency with the Ayton situation. If there's one or two RFA's next offseason you think the Pacers could go for, who would it be? Brett - Should Boomer have to change his number since Bennedict took it? DonTrell - Do you think PG 13 will return to the pacers in 2025 as He will be an UFA ? Matt Peck - Would you be open to a trade that would bring in a young veteran small forward that would improve the record  (say low 30's) or would you prefer to just continue with the potential higher draft pick.  By young veteran I mean someone in same age group no older than 26. Dalton Chubb - Hey guys! My question is, what do you think our win Total will be? Architext - *Assuming* (pretty big assumption I know) Brissett and Turner are on the pacers after the trade deadline.  Where you place odds that each is signed and extended before the end of the season and for how much? Richard 1) a projected minute break down per position 2) who would you project Indy would protect if there was an expansion draft 3) what is the answer to the lack of rebound, no one on the team has ever averaged over 7.6 rpg True_Love - with the addition of Donovan Mitchell, is the central division the toughest in the East? Do you think the Pacers make playoffs or play in? Hoca Bombus Gringo - What are some stats/predictions for the roster next season?  TheManWithSomeGoals - What inspires us to be fans of a team with the likelihood of never making us happy in our lifetime?  Come On Sonny - How good would Tyrese have to be to win MIP? He averaged 15/8 last season, is 20/10 enough? Also, what would Turner have to show on the court this season for the Pacers to give him a big contract? Pacer Faithful - If you could pick any Pacer (past and present) to have dinner with, who would it be and why? Jason - If Myles wasn't injured at the trade deadline last year, would he have been dealt over Sabonis or would both have been moved? Chris - When do you think the Pacers will release their throwback jerseys for this year and what do you think they'll be? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

SuperToast by FABERNOVEL

Com os óculos de realidade aumentada da Ghost Pacer, os atletas conseguem ver ao longo de toda a corrida um atleta virtual em 3D que corre ao ritmo pretendido. Desta forma, sabem em qualquer parte do percurso se estão ou não a ultrapassar-se na meta definida.Saiba mais sobre inovação e nova economia em supertoast.pt. 

The Ray & Adam Show - inplayLIVE Podcast
The Ray & Adam Show - Pacer and Kenny!

The Ray & Adam Show - inplayLIVE Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 65:05


In this episode of the Ray & Adam Show, the Derges bros invite Pacer and Kenny on to debut a brand new intro for the show and talk about how the beginning of football season is like Christmas eve - 5 days in a row! They also chat about how powerful many eyes on multiple books can be, and Kenny sheds light on the fact that he knows absolutely nothing about college basketball, yet still can profit 7 figures on the sport.Sign up for a quarterly membership! Use coupon code RAYADAM at checkout!https://sso.teachable.com/secure/6261...FREE WEBINAR TRAINING TODAY (from one of the world's top live sports betting professionals): https://shrsl.com/2vipbIn today's webinar: how to bet on sports successfully - Andrew's favorite betting strategies, betting tips, and advice on how to bet on sports, so you can make money betting long term.Check out reviews of inplayLIVE here: https://shrsl.com/2virb

The Physical Performance Show
Featured Performer: Jordan Gusman - Maltese 3000m, 5000m, 10,000m NR holder

The Physical Performance Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 48:22


In May, Jordan lost his beloved father to a brain aneurysm followed by a period in an induced coma, which saw Jordan return from his daily training environment in Colorado with Tinman Elite back to Australia to support his family. In this episode, Jordan reflects on the impact his father Steve and grandfather Frank had on his development and running career. Show Sponsor: For over 40 years, Polar has been a global leader in fitness and GPS sports watches, and heart rate monitors. Their heart rate tracking technology is world-famous for being the most reliable and accurate in the industry. Over decades, they've spent every day in search of undeniable truths about the human body; obsessed by what it is trying to tell us, poring over the data, sweating over the science. They believe the most important thing you can do … is listen to your heart. What Polar does helps to improve the health, fitness and quality of millions of lives around the world – and that is what drives them. But what is driving you? If you are interested in the next step for your fitness and health tracking do take a moment to check out our friends at Polar.com. If you are looking for the latest in running watches they have the all new Pacer range, for multisport it's the Vantage V2 or if you are getting off the beaten track and need a premium outdoor GPS watch look no further than the stunning and tough Grit X Pro watches. If you need to get the most out of your training and racing, take a beat to grab the gold standard in heart rate monitors - the Polar H10, or for an even more flexible heart rate monitor the Verity Sense which also tracks your heart rate for swimming. Their range starts at $129, but what's most important is that whatever you are doing, do it with heart. to Shop at POLAR Livestream Event Positive Sports Psychology: Cultivating deep well-being featuring RORY DARKINS 3PM AEST Saturday 10 September 2022 to register Join the The Physical Performance Show LEARNINGS membership through weekly podcasts | Patreon If you enjoyed this episode of The Physical Performance Show please hit SUBSCRIBE for to ensure you are one of the first to future episodes. Jump over to The Physical Performance Show - https://physicalperformanceshow.com/ for more details. Follow @Brad_Beer Instagram & Twitter The Physical Performance Show: Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter (@tppshow1) Please direct any questions, comments, and feedback to the above social media handles.

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Homilies
Fr. Pacer - The Greatest Dinner Party

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Homilies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 7:09


Fr. Pacer - The Greatest Dinner Party by Saint Patrick Parish Homilies

Locked On Pacers - Daily Podcast On The Indiana Pacers
What if the Indiana Pacers made a different move when Paul George demanded a trade?

Locked On Pacers - Daily Podcast On The Indiana Pacers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 33:53


The Indiana Pacers traded Paul George to the Oklahoma City Thunder in the summer of 2017. But what if they didn't and made a different trade instead? Host Tony East explores some of the reported trade offers from that summer, inlcuding Pacers deals with the Lakers, Celtics and Pelicans. Could Anthony Davis have been a Pacer? Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

BTRT Talk 黑话
BTRT Talk - 黑话 Vol.44 - 够Hard够Top,才够黑驼。

BTRT Talk 黑话

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 89:50


在运动社群当中,名字带“黑”的跑步组织数不胜数,黑马,黑练,黑脚趾…… 还有 来自广州的黑驼。这是黑话节目开播以来第一次有广州的朋友来到我们的节目。在 Hardtop 跑团微博的简介里写着:一个土生土长的广州跑步团体,努力给跑者一个酷游具有广州本土特色的跑步氛围。今天就让我们来听听看,到底什么是“广州本土特色?”所以本期节目邀请到了黑驼 HardTop 跑团的核心成员 Lok 同学,听他来讲一讲黑驼的由来,以及运营社群的亲身经历。Timeline:00:00 按时开场。01:26 螺狮?螺丝?粤语俚语现场教学。03:16 Lok = 设计师 + NRC coach。05:10 无论是广州还是上海,高温都很给面子。06:27 Hardtop 的由来18:44 跑者来来往往,Pacer 依然坚守。21:44 黑驼根据地,广州二沙岛。23:39 BTRT 是如何诞生的:做跑团就想做跑团,出位之前先定位。29:36 兴趣相投才能跑在一起,没有情感联结的跑团其实就是训练营。31:05 大家想要听到的并不是训练课表,而是跑者身上真实的故事。33:51 受 undercover 的启发从事服装设计,因 gyakusou 对跑步投入热爱。 45:14 又回到最初的起点,呆呆地站在 Nike 10 公里比赛的起跑线前。47:12 如何做跑团?全是干货。48:55 理想当中的跑步文化是什么样的?54:10 当下的飞盘就是十年前的跑步?01:01:26 情感价值是跑者成立跑团的最大价值。01:05:40 广州本土特色跑团是什么特色?01:20:00 用跑步交友:假如我来到广州,你会带我去哪里吃喝跑?01:27:35 货从口出,下期约谈突然被安排!

BTRT Talk 黑话
BTRT Talk - 黑话 Vol.44 - 够Hard够Top,才够黑驼。

BTRT Talk 黑话

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 89:50


在运动社群当中,名字带“黑”的跑步组织数不胜数,黑马,黑练,黑脚趾…… 还有 来自广州的黑驼。这是黑话节目开播以来第一次有广州的朋友来到我们的节目。在 Hardtop 跑团微博的简介里写着:一个土生土长的广州跑步团体,努力给跑者一个酷游具有广州本土特色的跑步氛围。今天就让我们来听听看,到底什么是“广州本土特色?”所以本期节目邀请到了黑驼 HardTop 跑团的核心成员 Lok 同学,听他来讲一讲黑驼的由来,以及运营社群的亲身经历。Timeline:00:00 按时开场。01:26 螺狮?螺丝?粤语俚语现场教学。03:16 Lok = 设计师 + NRC coach。05:10 无论是广州还是上海,高温都很给面子。06:27 Hardtop 的由来18:44 跑者来来往往,Pacer 依然坚守。21:44 黑驼根据地,广州二沙岛。23:39 BTRT 是如何诞生的:做跑团就想做跑团,出位之前先定位。29:36 兴趣相投才能跑在一起,没有情感联结的跑团其实就是训练营。31:05 大家想要听到的并不是训练课表,而是跑者身上真实的故事。33:51 受 undercover 的启发从事服装设计,因 gyakusou 对跑步投入热爱。 45:14 又回到最初的起点,呆呆地站在 Nike 10 公里比赛的起跑线前。47:12 如何做跑团?全是干货。48:55 理想当中的跑步文化是什么样的?54:10 当下的飞盘就是十年前的跑步?01:01:26 情感价值是跑者成立跑团的最大价值。01:05:40 广州本土特色跑团是什么特色?01:20:00 用跑步交友:假如我来到广州,你会带我去哪里吃喝跑?01:27:35 货从口出,下期约谈突然被安排!

3 OK Runners
#46 Leadville 100 Pacer Plan

3 OK Runners

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 60:43


Chief, Jared, Jeff and special guest Kale talk about their plans when it comes to pacing the Leadville 100. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/3okrunners/support

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Homilies
Fr. Pacer - 20th Sunday of Ordinary Time

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Homilies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 4:21


Fr. Pacer - 20th Sunday of Ordinary Time by Saint Patrick Parish Homilies

313.fm
Planet Funk Ep 454.mp3

313.fm

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 200:11


Pacer & Steve Crawford Planet Funk Ep 454

Road Dog Podcast
220: Ian Golden Paces Luis Through This Podcast

Road Dog Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 70:12 Very Popular


“I'm trying to be present in this moment and be in this moment and allow myself to just decompress a little bit and enjoy it. It's so great to be back in the mountains again.” Ian Golden is the founder of the Trails Collective and runs the Finger Lakes Running Company. Ian paced Luis to his Hurt 100 win. Recorded up at Western States, Ian discusses being an event director, marking race courses, and wild animal encounters. Special guests include David Kilgore and Morgan Elliott. Support Road Dog Podcast by: 1. Joining the Patreon Community: https://www.patreon.com/roaddogpodcast 2. Subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you listen on. Allwedoisrun.com Ian Golden Contact Info: Trailscollective.com FB: https://www.facebook.com/ianrgolden Luis Escobar (Host) Contact: luis@roaddogpodcast.com Luis Instagram Kevin Lyons (Producer) Contact: kevin@roaddogpodcast.com yesandvideo.com Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Original RDP Photo: Photography by Kaori Peters kaoriphoto.com Road Dog Podcast Adventure With Luis Escobar www.roaddogpodcast.com

Podcast - The Undebeatables
The Undebeatables - Extras 23: 301 to 350 - TLDL

Podcast - The Undebeatables

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 106:38


Pacer Fans, it's a Clip Show! Revisit Oladipo and crew in 2017-18, perhaps the franchise's most overachieving team ever, as they delight and surprise, capped by an electric playoff series against the Cavs. Plus, all the nonsense you expect from your favorite longest-running Pacer podcast!Halftime: Mariah Ivey and TribeSoul - Live

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant
Coches incomprendidos: AMC Pacer

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 19:16


¡Tenía ganas de hacer un vídeo de este coche! Primero, porque si hacemos un ranking de coches incomprendidos, el primer puesto estaría muy disputado entre este Pacer y el Multipla. Segundo, tiene una historia interesante. Y tercero, porque sencillamente me parece precioso. ¿A ti no? El AMC Pacer no solo me parece un coche bonito, sino que me parece que, como los buenos vinos, gana con el paso del tiempo. Para entender el Pacer hay que ponernos en contexto y recordemos que este modelo se comenzó a desarrollar en 1972, o sea, que la crisis del petróleo le pillo con el diseño ya comenzado. Pero, ¿cómo eran los coches americanos en 1972? ¡A lo grande! Si ahora en los USA más es mejor, en el mundo del automóvil y antes de llegar la crisis del petróleo, ni te cuento. Los USA eran y son un país grande, con largas distancias, mayoritariamente llano y con cantidad de acero, pero antes de la crisis del 73 además el combustible era realmente barato. Tres grandes y AMC. En esos años el mercado del automóvil de los USA estaba dominado por tres gigantes: Ford, GM y Chrysler… Sobre todo las dos primeras. La American Motors Corporation conocida por AMC se fundó en 1954 y murió en 1987. Su estrategia era clara, ser una pequeña empresa lo suficientemente hábil y ágil como para explotar nichos particulares del mercado que estaban desatendidos por los tres grandes. Un coche valiente, una marca cobarde. Los que seguís el canal, ya sabéis que valoro mucho los coches que son valientes y diferentes, aunque no siempre tengan acierto y no siempre éxito. Y es curioso, normalmente los coches “valientes” son propuestas de marcas valientes… pero no fue el caso. ¿por qué digo esto? Porque en este caso la propia marca no creía en su coche y reconocía desde el primer momento, literalmente, “que el coche no iba a gustar a todo el mundo”. Adelantado a su tiempo… ¿Demasiado? El AMC Pacer, en su época, fue absolutamente incomprendido y un fracaso de ventas. En cambio, hoy en día, son muchos los aficionados y especialistas que opinan que era muy adelantado a su época. La idea de su diseñador, Dick Teague, era muy interesante: Diseñar un coche que por dentro fuera tan grande como otros de mayor tamaño, con una estética diferente y bajo consumo de combustible. Teague quería poner en jaque a los grandes con su propuesta. Grande y pequeño. La habitabilidad del coche, para su tamaño, era muy buena. En esa época en los USA un coche de 4,34 metros de largo era claramente pequeño… incluso en Europa, sería mediano no grande. Además, es un coche más bien bajito, solo 1,36 m de alto, pero ancho, muy ancho, tanto como sus rivales de 1 y 2 metros más de largo: 1,96 cm. Este coche se puede decir que invento el concepto “cab forward” que consiste en que el parabrisas esta tan inclinado que “invade” por un lado el capó motor y por otro esta casi a la altura de la cabeza de sus ocupantes… la sensación de luminosidad es extraordinaria. ¿Wankel? ¿Seguro? Pues sí, seguro. La idea era dotar a este innovador modelo de un motor Wankel y para ello la firma AMC firmó un contrato con GM que estaba desarrollando un motor Wankel. En esa época se pensaba que el Wankel iba a ser un verdadero avance… Pero no… según GM avanzaba con el desarrollo del Wankel se daba cuenta de que era caro de construir, poco fiable e iba a gastar más que sus motores tradicionales y le dijo a AMC que se olvidase del motor Wankel. ¿Y qué hizo AMC? Pues tuvo que rehacer toda la parte delantera del coche, incluido chasis y suspensiones, para poder meter en el espacio que estaba reservado para un pequeño Wankel, un motor de seis cilindros en línea de casi 4 litros y propulsión trasera. Comenzó bien, acabó mal. Contra lo que hoy día se piensa, el Pacer comenzó su andadura comercial muy bien. En 1975 causo sensación y se alababa su espacio interior, su luminosidad y su practicidad. Pero poco a poco se vio que el motor de 4 litros y los más de 1.500 kg de peso hacían que los consumos fuesen mucho más altos que los de sus rivales, sobre todo europeos, de similar tamaño. El AMC Pacer hoy. No voy a decir que sea un coche cotizadísimo, porque aún se encuentran, sobre todo en los USA, a precios razonables en torno a los 15/20 mil euros. Pero desde luego sí te voy a decir que no han dejado de subir. ¿Y cómo va? No va ni mejor ni peor que otros modelos americanos de su época, lo cual es más positivo que negativo. Es un coche super cómodo, fácil de llevar, agradable de conducir y para mí, muy llamativo. Eso sí el depósito es grande, de 83 litros, pero si no mimas el consumo, bajar de los 20 ó al menos 18 litros no es fácil… al precio que está la gasolina, es lo peor del coche. Coche del día. La versión especial PACER X, en negro con llantas y detalles dorados y motor de 150 CV. Una versión cotizadísima que solo se fabricó en México.

Charlottesville Community Engagement
August 5, 2022: Albemarle Supervisors endorse Rio Road Corridor plan; Charlottesville seeks input on next Police Chief

Charlottesville Community Engagement

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 21:06


What recourse do we have except to simply pursue this August 5 in the best manner possible? On this Blogger Day, I celebrate with another installment of Charlottesville Community Engagement, a newsletter and podcast intended to shed light on various happenings in and around the area. I’m the writer and host, Sean Tubbs. What are you writing these days? Sign-up for free, but paid subscriptions come with benefits and the satisfaction you’re helping pay for the PACER bills! Ting will match. See below! On today’s program: The former Commissioner of Revenue in Greene County has been sentenced to three months in federal prison for attempted witness tamperingUnemployment drops to pre-pandemic levelsCharlottesville seeks input on what kind of person should be the next police chiefAlbemarle Supervisors endorse a pan for improvements on Rio Road but one member says that doesn’t mean final decisions have been madeCharlottesville City Council is briefed on the preparation for the next fiscal year First shout-out goes to the Charlottesville Jazz Society In today’s first subscriber supported public service announcement, are you looking for something new to listen to in the form of live music? The Charlottesville Jazz Society has you covered with an ongoing list of dozens of events coming up at venues across the area. That ranges from rumba guitar duo Berta & Vincent at Glass House Winery this Saturday afternoon to the Charles Owen Trio at Potter’s Craft Cider on Saturday, August 28. The Charlottesville Jazz Society is your source to plot out your musical journey and you can get started at cvillejazz.org. Thanks to a subscriber for being on both Patreon and Substack to qualify for this shout-out.Greene’s former Commissioner of Revenue sentenced in witness tampering caseThe former Commissioner of Revenue in Greene County has been sentenced to three months in federal prison for intervening in an investigation of his son’s drug distribution charges. Larry Snow, 73, pleaded guilty in May to one count of attempted witness tampering for trying to dissuade a confidential informant. “According to court documents, Larry Snow used his access as the former Commissioner of Revenue to a Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) database as part of an effort to retaliate against and tamper with the confidential informant, Person A, after Person A aided law enforcement in controlled purchases of methamphetamine and heroin from Bryant Snow,” according to a release from the United State Attorney for Western District of Virginia. Specifically, the elder Snow sought to print out material identifying the informant for his son to use to intimidate and to discredit that person while incarcerated at Central Virginia Regional Jail. Snow resigned in May 2022 as Commissioner of the Revenue in Greene, having been elected in 2019 while under indictment. National employment returns to pre-pandemic levelsThere were 528,000 nonfarm jobs added across the United States of America in July, according to the latest employment figures released this morning by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The unemployment rate is at 3.5 percent. “Both total nonfarm employment and the unemployment rate have returned to their February 2020 pre-pandemic levels,” reads a release that was sent out this morning. The report also notes that the number of permanent job losers is now lower than February 2020. The long-term unemployed is defined as those jobless for more than 27 weeks, and that figure is also below pre-pandemic levels. Other statistics in the release are worth noting. In July, 7.1 percent of the workforce continued to telecommute due to the pandemic. The labor force participation rate is defined as “the percentage of the civilian noninstitutional population 16 years and older that is working or actively looking for work.” That figure was at 62.1 percent in July, lower than the February 2020 figure of 63.4 percent. The next employment numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics will be out September 2. Charlottesville seeking input on police chief searchHow much experience should the next Charlottesville Police Chief have? What leadership qualities would you like to see? What should the police department leader’s top priority be?Those are some of the questions in a survey that the firm POLIHIRE is conducting as part of their contract to conduct a search for the next chief. The survey is open through August 15 and is available in English and Spanish. (fill out the survey)The person hired will replace Acting Chief of Police LaTroy A. Durrette who has been in the position since former City Manager Chip Boyles fired RaShall Brackney after three years on the job. Brackney sued the city and several individuals for race, color, and gender discrimination, as well as interference with contract, unlawful retaliation, violation of the state’s whistleblower statute, and more. According to a series of waivers filed in the case, all defendants have until sixty days after July 1 to respond to the case. Albemarle Supervisors endorse Rio Road Corridor PlanThe Albemarle Board of Supervisors has officially endorsed a plan that offers guidance for how future intersection improvements on Rio Road may look in the future. “This is a planning level document that establishes a vision for improvements along the corridor with sufficient analysis of the conceptual design to understand whether the proposed concepts can address future and existing conditions and can meet [Virginia Department of Transportation] and other relevant engineering standards,” said David Benish, development process manager for Albemarle County. The county hired the civil engineering firm Line + Grade to develop the plans. Supervisors were last briefed on the work last October and the Planning Commission saw the draft in May. The work was split into two sections to reflect two different roadway characters. “Phase one is very much an arterial roadway [with] five lanes with a continuous left-hand turn lane in the middle,”  said Dan Hyer with Line + Grade. “Whereas phase two still resembles in many locations the local collector that it is. It’s very much a local road.” Hyer said the work involved analyzing crash data such as at the intersection of Hillsdale Drive and Rio Road. Eighty-nine percent of crashes at the location are left-hand turns. As such, recommended changes are to eliminate that movement at Hillsdale, Old Brook and Northfield. “The solution that we have recommended basically absolves all left-hand turn movements by replacing the two intersections with a singular dog-bone or bean-shaped roundabout,” Hyer said.  Belvedere Drive and Rio Road would be turned into a “Continuous Green-T” intersection and Albemarle has applied for funding. A roundabout is funded at John Warner Parkway and Rio Road and that will soon get under design. The second phase of the project is broken into three segments, with the northern one including two planned developments. The Board of Supervisors approved the 328 Rio Point apartment complex last December, and an application has been filed for 43 town homes just to the south in a project called Rio Commons. “And we think that if those developments can work with this plan that the corridor can transform in a positive way and that some of the risks that we’ve identified can be mitigated through the build-out of these developments,” Hyer said. Supervisor Ned Gallaway of the Rio District was the lone vote against the Rio Point development last December. He said he was concerned about more people in the area.“As we approve the sidewalks and the access down to the Parkway, we’re only creating more pedestrian activity and that’s going to introduce a vehicular piece which is going to be really dangerous so I think we need to get our heads around that sooner rather than later,” Gallaway said.Gallaway said his endorsement of the plan did not mean that he supported the specific recommendations involved. He said there is a competing plan to reroute Hillsdale Drive that would take away the need for the bean-shaped roundabout. “We know that that intersection is completely problematic and needs a solution but it just may not be the solution that’s in the study so if we vote to approve the study, it doesn’t mean we’re necessarily voting to approve that project,” Gallaway said. As for phase two, Gallaway said he would like to see more traffic calming to slow down the speed of traffic, similar to the bump-outs on Park Street in the City of Charlottesville between the U.S. 250 bypass and downtown. Gallaway said he was grateful staff was able to work to get the corridor study done. The vote to endorse the plan was unanimous and it will now be considered as part of the update of the Albemarle County Comprehensive Plan, otherwise known as AC44.Second shout-out: Save the date for Rivanna Conservation Alliance’s Community Watershed clean-upIn today’s second Patreon-fueled shout-out: Mark your calendar for RCA’s third annual Rivanna River Round-Up community watershed cleanup coming up on Saturday, September 24. The RCA organized the first round-up in September 2020 as a safe way for the community to give back to the river during the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the last two years, a total of 245 volunteers have cleaned up 67 miles of streams, nearby trails and the Rivanna River, removing 192 tires and 213 large bags of trash from the waterways. Details will soon be made available and you can get those by signing up for the Rivanna Conservation Alliance newsletter at rivannariver.org. You can get your own shout-out for a $25 a month Patreon contribution! For more information, visit Information Charlottesville.Charlottesville City Council briefed on planning for next year’s budget Fiscal Year 2023 is just over a month old, but the budget process in Virginia never really stops as local governments seek to provide services. In April, Council adopted a $212.9 million general fund budget that was 10.76 percent higher than the one for the year before. That’s built on increased assessments for both real estate and personal property as well as a one-cent increase in the real estate tax rate. That was the first such increase in several decades. There are about 30 weeks until whoever is City Manager in March 2023 presents a recommended budget and 36 weeks until Council is expected to adopt their amended document. Council got a briefing this past Monday and learned about some of the factors coming up and some suggested the schedule be moved up. (view the presentation)Will the budget continue to grow at a double-digit level, or will it be more modest? How much will it cost to implement pay and benefit increases that may come through a collective bargaining ordinance? What about the cost of inflation? While the answers aren’t yet known, the foundation is being laid for whatever will end up happening. At the end of August, city departments will be sent packets to request funds for capital projects and these will be due by the early October. There’s at least one change to that process.“We’re going to include a Planning Commission member on the review team,” said Krissy Hammill, the city’s director of budget and performance analysis.Requests from nonprofits and outside agencies are due sometime in mid-October and recommendations from the Vibrant Community team will be completed in mid-January. Also around that time will be another change to the budget process.“It’s called the city manager budget forum,” Hammill said. “The date for this will be January 10 and it will be held at Carver Recreation Center. This will be an opportunity for the city manager to make a presentation and to engage in public discussion.”Hammill said the growth in the budget for next year is expected to be more modest than the 10.76 percent increase from FY22 to FY23. She’s also keeping an eye on inflation.“We already know that there are cost increases that we’re seeing both just in general things as well as capital projects due to supply chain issues and inflation,” Hammill said. “We’re not sure of what exactly what the revenue impact would be for a potential recession if there to be one.” There will likely be higher compensation costs for city employees due to collective bargaining as well as a need to carry on the ongoing costs of positions funded using one-time money. Between now and the budget adoption, Council may have an updated strategic plan paid for through the city’s use of American Rescue Plan Act funding. “The time is right,” said interim City Manager Michael C. Rogers. “In doing the strategic plan right, we’ll get a consultant to engage you individually and collectively over the next few months and by the time we get to April, we ought to have a new direction or at least some themes.”City Councilor Michael Payne said he wanted to make sure there is funding to address a human resources phenomenon known as compression, funding for climate, and for city investment in nonprofits to build subsidized housing. “How can we get our adopted Affordable Housing Plan and that $10 million a year into a more stable place in terms of how we’ll fund it at $10 million a year which is what the plan calls for,” Payne said. Payne also wants to make sure there is funding to invest in public transportation. Rogers said a compensation study is expected to be completed by the end of the year. “That will tell us where we are compared to other jurisdictions in the region in terms of our salaries,” Rogers said. “It will define a competitiveness gap.”The Fluvanna County Board of Supervisors were briefed on their compensation study on Wednesday. Rogers said the August 15 Council work session will feature a presentation of the collective bargaining ordinance followed by a first reading on September 6 with adoption currently anticipated on September 19. “And we expect that there will be a push to begin to recognize collective bargaining units after that,” Rogers said. Another direction to budget staff is to reexamine a policy where 40 percent of new revenues created by additional real estate taxes goes to Charlottesville City Schools. Some on the current Council have called for that agreement to be revisited, and Rogers said budget staff would look into it and begin preliminary discussions with the school system.“And at some point the Council probably should have that meeting with schools to discuss an issue like this,” Rogers said.As for increased spending on public transit, Rogers said current planning by the Thomas Jefferson Planning District is relevant. A governance study for how to implement a proposed Regional Transit Vision is about to get underway.“The long term play is probably the discussion about a regional transit agency, and what are the dynamics that need to be in place for us to move that forward,” Rogers said. “It’s been talked about a long time.” The current calendar calls for the second public hearing on the budget to be held on April 3, 2023 and for adoption at a special meeting on April 11. City Councilor Sena Magill said she wanted to adjust the schedule so that the final public hearing does not happen during the week City Schools are on spring break. “And it’s just one more way that it makes it harder for some people to serve on Council,” Magill said. Charlottesville Mayor Lloyd Snook said he would like to see the budget process moved up further so that Council could have more influence. The budget is introduced to the public the first week of every March. “There are places, particularly in Northern Virginia, where Council is involved in budget discussions by mid-December,” Snook said. “They’re not waiting until February or March and the practical effect of what we do is that our opportunity for actually commenting on things is compressed into about four weeks.” Snook said he would like to see the budget introduced in early February. Rogers said he would look into seeing if that could be accomplished, but it would leave for no break at all for budget staff. Hammill suggested holding budget development work sessions when needed. One such work session that comes to mind is the one last September when Council signaled its willingness to transfer a financial commitment for the West Main Streetscape toward school reconfiguration. That gave staff direction as they built the FY23 budget.Payne pointed out that Albemarle County has adopted their budget in May for the past two years. Rogers and Hammill said they would return with more options. For all of my stories on the budget process in Charlottesville, visit Information Charlottesville.Housekeeping notes for edition #416When will the next installment of Charlottesville Community Engagement? Good question. I can tell you there will be a Week Ahead out on Sunday as well as the Government Glance which is a look at what’s coming up in all of the localities across the Fifth Congressional District of Virginia. Reporting for today’s installment included a look-up on the Public Access to Court Electronic Records to learn a little more about the lawsuit filed by the former Police Chief. Today’s search only cost $2, but this is the kind of cost it takes to produce informational content that intends to keep you up to date. So, if you’re like to support this program which includes expenses like court reporting, consider a paid subscription through Substack. If do so, Ting will match your initial payment! And, if you sign up for their services through this link you’ll get a free standard install, your 2nd month free, and a $75 downtown mall gift card! Enter the promo code COMMUNITY for full effect. Music comes from the D.C. entity that currently goes by the name Wraki, selected randomly from a bin of basement-recorded cassette tapes. You can support that work by purchasing the album Regret Everything for whatever you would like to pay. Now, off to prepare for a trip to a different location in which I will continue to produce a couple editions of Charlottesville Community Engagement. It’s my pleasure to do so and I do hope you will help support me to keep this going for a long time come. This is a public episode. If you’d like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit communityengagement.substack.com/subscribe

ETF of the Week With Tom Lydon
ETF of the Week: Pacer Global Cash Cows Dividend ETF (GCOW)

ETF of the Week With Tom Lydon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 8:18


VettaFi's vice chairman Tom Lydon discussed the Pacer Global Cash Cows Dividend ETF (GCOW) on this week's “ETF of the Week” podcast with Chuck Jaffe of “Money Life.” A strategy driven exchange traded fund that attempts to provide a continuous stream of income and capital appreciation over time by screening for companies with a high free cash flow yield and a high dividend yield.

Locked On Pacers - Daily Podcast On The Indiana Pacers
Mailbag, part 2! Answering big Indiana Pacers questions - Haliburton's growth, frontcourt duos, more

Locked On Pacers - Daily Podcast On The Indiana Pacers

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 38:37


Mailbag, again! Host Tony East answered questions about the Indiana Pacers from Twitter, including discussion about which Pacer will take the biggest leap this season, what Bennedict Mathurin's rookie year could look like, Isaiah Jackson + Jalen Smith's fit, game shows, and more. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Setting The Pace (A Pacers Podcast)
Where do the Pacers go from here?

Setting The Pace (A Pacers Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 63:40 Very Popular


With the Phoenix Suns offering the max offer sheet the Pacers handed Deandre Ayton, where do the Pacers go from here? Alex and Facci breakdown their theories on why the Pacers pursuit of Ayton was short lived, why the Pacers may have not been more aggressive with their contract offer and whether or not Ayton really wanted to be a Pacer. Later, the guys discuss Summer League wrapping up, Duane Washington Jr. clearing waivers and what the future for Myles Turner looks like since the Pacers aggressively pursued his replacement in Deandre Ayton. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Around the Horn
Will Tiger Retire?

Around the Horn

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 26:16


Tony Reali and the national panel discuss what Tiger's future holds after missing the cut at St. Andrews, takeaways from the 2nd round of The Open, the Suns matching the Pacer's offer sheet for DeAndre Ayton, the Jazz wanting 6 picks and 4 players from the Knicks for Donovan Mitchell and horns-down is still a penalty in the Big 12.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Crossroads Sports Radio Show
CSR Ep. 218 (NBA Offseason, DeAndre Ayton/Pacers Tribute Show, Pacers future, College Football and more!)

Crossroads Sports Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 120:00


Brandon and Jonathan recap the week in sports and sports news. The guys talk NBA Offseason news, talk College football and take your calls! The guys talk Pacers and DeAndre Ayton max offer sheet and if he will be a Pacer or not. The guys go through as as the process goes on Twitter with […]

PTI
Pacers Offer A(y) Ton

PTI

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 26:13 Very Popular


Mina Kimes and Frank Isola discuss if the Suns should match the Pacer's 133 million dollar offer sheet for Deandre Ayton, if it is time to take the Oriels and Mariners seriously and if it would be risky for the 49ers to trade Jimmy G inside their division. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Chiney & Golic Jr.
Hour 2: Colts Two-A-Days

Chiney & Golic Jr.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 41:27


The Suns find themselves in a tricky spot, seemingly unable to complete a deal for Kevin Durant because they didn't view Ayton as a max player...Player Movement continues to dominate the NBA off-season... NFL Two-A-Days: Colts.. Courtney believes this teams success will be found through the ground game. Amber believes the weak spot is the WR group. Charles Barkley wishes that he played in the current era of the NBA... Kevin Bowen, Host of Kevin & Query on 107.5 the Fan says that Pacer fans rarely see a big time player want to come to play for them… plus, the Hot seat in Indy isn't as heated as Colts fans might think.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Carlin
Hour 2: Colts Two-A-Days

Carlin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 41:27


The Suns find themselves in a tricky spot, seemingly unable to complete a deal for Kevin Durant because they didn't view Ayton as a max player...Player Movement continues to dominate the NBA off-season... NFL Two-A-Days: Colts.. Courtney believes this teams success will be found through the ground game. Amber believes the weak spot is the WR group. Charles Barkley wishes that he played in the current era of the NBA... Kevin Bowen, Host of Kevin & Query on 107.5 the Fan says that Pacer fans rarely see a big time player want to come to play for them… plus, the Hot seat in Indy isn't as heated as Colts fans might think.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

THRIVE For[e]ward
Ep 99: Financial Planning for Families with Special Needs

THRIVE For[e]ward

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 17:51 Transcription Available


In today's episode, we are going to address a topic that I don't feel is addressed very much but affects many families in the United States and around the world. You may have this need in your family, as well. What we're talking about today is special needs planning. If you have someone in your life, whether that might be a relative close to you or a child of your own that has special needs, today's episode is something for you to consider. We'll be talking about what to do from an investment standpoint in income planning, tax planning, and general financial planning. As always, these are concepts and educational tools, and resources for you to begin the conversation. Now, if you know anyone who can benefit from this episode, please share, we would love for our podcast audience to continue to listen and grow from the education. Resources Mentioned:Southside Services - https://southsideservices.org/Pacer -  https://www.pacer.org/American College of Planning - https://americancollegeplanningservice.com/Find out more about Forethought Planning: www.forethoughtplanning.comFollow Forethought Planning on social media:FacebookLinkedInYouTube channelScore our free Wealth Assessment tool on our website.Securities offered through LPL Financial, a member of FINRA/SIPC. Advisory services offered through Advisors' Pride, a SEC registered investment advisor. LPL Financial, Advisors' Pride, Forethought Planning and the guests of Thrive For[e]ward podcast are separate and unaffiliated parties. The views expressed here are those of the participants, and not those of Forethought Planning, Advisor's Pride, or LPL financial. The opinions voiced in this material are for general information only and are not intended to provide specific advice or recommendations for any individual. LPL Financial and Forethought Planning do not offer legal services.   

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling
Indianapolis Colts - Chris Ballard betting on HIS way and HIS guys! Deandre Ayton to Pacers soon?

Inside Indiana Sports Breakfast with Kent Sterling

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 16:54


Colts must have Quenton Nelson, Mo Alie-Cox, Parris Campbell, and Darius Leonard healthy and dynamic for the Colts to win the AFC South for the first time in the Ballard Era. (at 10:52) Deandre Ayton may become a Pacer this week, which would give the Pacers a very talented and youthful rotation! If Kevin Pritchard goes rogue and gives Ayton an offer sheet, it will complicate the Suns ability to acquire Kevin Durant. (at 14:09) Tiger Woods correctly calls out the LIV tour golfers from the birthplace of golf. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support

Sports Rush with Brett Rump
Hour 2: Kent Sterling

Sports Rush with Brett Rump

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 41:46


Two weeks to the start of Colts training camp, Tuesday Time Capsule Trivia, an encore of yesterday's interview with former TinCaps and current ESPN broadcaster Mike Couzens, and longtime Indianapolis sports radio host Kent Sterling joins to discuss if Ayton becomes a Pacer and keys for the Colts ahead of training camp.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Homilies
Fr. Pacer - Just Do It

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Homilies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 7:10


Fr. Pacer - Just Do It by Saint Patrick Parish Homilies

Doug Franz Unplugged
Smoke or DA to the Pacers?

Doug Franz Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 79:30


00:00 Asking for Feedback 6:47 Four-Minute Offense 13:26 DA is not a Pacer yet 34:06 Big 10 Comes to Scottsdale 40:23 DBacks rookie CF Alek Thomas 47:56 DBacks Hold On 1:06:49 "Most of you won't be here." 1:12:32 Vs Vegas 1:18:09 A gift from Albany

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant
10 coches con ¿merecida mala fama?

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 18:16


Os hemos preparado una selección de coches con mala fama. Unos, porque eran verdaderamente un peligro. Otros tenían una fiabilidad muy deficiente… y soy bueno. Algunos no llegaron en el momento oportuno. Y los hay feos con ganas…o poco atractivos. Por una u otra causa estos 10 coches tienen muy mala fama… pero, ¿es merecida? En el mundo del automóvil la fama, la notoriedad que se dice ahora es muy importante. Muy importante si es buena, pero aún más importante si es mala. Porque te lo digo desde ya: Si un coche consigue tener muy mala fama, sus posibilidades de triunfar disminuyen considerablemente… hasta llegar a cero. 1. Ford Edsel (1958): Digno de estudio. Este caso se estudia en las escuelas de negocios, sencillamente, porque hacerlo tan mal no es fácil. Y es que se hizo todo mal. 2. Chevrolet Corvair (1959): Buena idea, mal hecha. La idea era buena, el coche no era feo, al contrario, a mí me parece muy bonito y desde luego era distinto. Pero para un conductor medio americano, el Corvair con su pesado motor colocado detrás no era un coche difícil de conducir sino un coche decididamente peligroso. 3. Citroën SM (1970): ¿Merece estar aquí? Me ha dolido meter al SM en esta lista. La clave es esta, ¿merece un icono de este calibre estar en esta lista? 4. Morris Marina (1973): Tecnología de 1948. Lo curioso es que, a pesar de su estética y de la cantidad de problemas que daba, tuvo cierto éxito. Un detalle: Montaba la mecánica del Minor de 1948, tecnología a la última. 5. AMC Pacer (1975): Demasiado avanzado. Ya os lo adelanto: Tengo intención de dedicar un monográfico de coches incomprendidos a este Pacer que, ¡ya sé lo que me vais a decir muchos! A mí me encanta y me parece precioso… 6. Aston Martin Lagonda (1976): ¿Fiabilidad? ¿Qué es eso? Hay coches que dan problemas y hay coches que son una pesadilla para sus propietarios… este Lagonda es el líder de este segundo grupo. ¿Merece estar en esta lista de coches con mala fama? ¡¡¡Siiiiii!!! 7. Yugo GV (1980): Pedir peras al olmo. Aparte de algunos motores que explotaron, de sus cortocircuitos y de cosas que se le caían… el coche era de lo mejorcito que se fabricaba en el Este de Europa y se vendía en los EE.UU. de Norteamérica a precio de risa. 8. Maserati Biturbo (1981): En carnes propias. ¡Como un coche con tanto encanto podía ser tan malo! La verdad es que cuando el coche iba bien, que era casi nunca, pues tenía su encanto. 9. Alfa Romeo Arna (1984): La idea era buena. Pero solo la idea. Alfa Romeo y Nissan se asociaron para hacer un coche con el encanto y la capacidad de seducción de un Alfa y la fiabilidad y la calidad de un Nissan. Pero algo salió mal y fue al revés. 10. Chrysler TC by Maserati (1988): ¡No te compliques! Os voy a leer la opinión de una revista del motor norteamericana líder en su momento que decía, lo leo: “El TC de Chrysler y Maserati es poco más que un Chrysler fabricado en Milán con algunos componentes caros y algo de cosmética, algo así como una abuela arrugada vestida con zapatillas de deporte y pantalones cortos ajustados”. Conclusión. Como veis no todos, pero sí la mayoría se merecen esa mala fama… y hay más que la merecen…

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Homilies
Fr. Pacer - Be a Firefly, Not a Mosquito

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Homilies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 6:03


Fr. Pacer - Be a Firefly, Not a Mosquito by Saint Patrick Parish Homilies

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Homilies
Fr. Pacer - "A Time for Goodbyes & a Time for Moving On"

Saint Patrick Catholic Church Homilies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 6:36


Fr. Pacer - "A Time for Goodbyes & a Time for Moving On" by Saint Patrick Parish Homilies

Titus & Tate
Paolo Goes First, Ivey Falls to Five, and Fixing the NBA Draft

Titus & Tate

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 80:54 Very Popular


Mark Titus and Tate Frazier are back to react to the 2022 NBA Draft! They look at the Magic's surprising choice of Paolo Banchero (02:30), and how close Jaden Ivey came to being a Pacer (21:30). Then, they focus on the Draft's broadcast (27:15), if this was a good night for college basketball (36:15), the Jalen Duren saga (45:30), and wrap up with ways to improve the presentation (49:30).  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Three Pointe Play
3PP - Episode 89 Benedict Cumberbatch is a Pacer

Three Pointe Play

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 36:06


Live NBA draft takes and #GOBOLTS in 7. You heard it here first.

18 Summers: Candid Conversations About Family
Developing True Grit and Grace Through Resiliency with Amberly Lago

18 Summers: Candid Conversations About Family

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 34:01


Any devastating experience can have long-term negative impacts in life, but it's a different story with today's guest Amberly Lago. Get inspired by how she overcame the feeling of being helpless and hopeless during her biggest downfall, the good outcomes of building resiliency and perseverance, and the power of grit and grace in strengthening connections with your family. Hear all these and start unlocking your hidden confidence and terminating self-doubt in this episode!   Key takeaways to listen for The importance of asking for help in recovering from hopelessness and strengthening relationships Positive impacts of your tragic experiences on your children's life, goals, and decisions Things to focus on to develop grit and overcome your limiting beliefs Advice on how to build confidence and believe in yourself What parents can do to raise children with grit and grace   Resources mentioned in this episode True Grit and Grace by Amberly Lago | Paperback and Kindle True Grit and Grace Podcast | Amberly Lago To download a 5-part playbook ‘Pacer' for free, text GRIT to 8182147378.   About  Amberly Lago Amberly Lago is a Peak Performance Coach, TEDx Speaker, Podcaster, and a leading expert in the field of resilience and transformation. She is the best-selling author of “True Grit and Grace” and the founder of “UNSTOPPABLE Life Mastermind.” Through her book, coaching methods, and masterminds she has curated unique tools to teach others how to tap into their superpower of resilience and elevate their lives and businesses. Amberly has most recently been featured on NBC's The Today Show, The Doctors, Hallmark, and featured in magazines such as Shape, Fit Pregnancy, Yahoo, Forbes, USA Today, LA Style, Health Magazine, Keynote Speaker Magazine, and Disability Magazine. Connect with Amberly Website: Amberly Lago   Connect with Us To learn more about us, visit our website at www.18summers.com or email us at info@18summers.com. To get a copy of our book “The Family Board Meeting,” click here. Subscribe to 18 Summers Podcast and leave a rating and written review! Social Media Channels Facebook Group: 18 Summers LinkedIn: Jimmy Sheils Instagram: @18summerstribe

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Lance Stephenson Wants to Stay with The Pacers, Matt Taylor Talks Colts, and Philles Fire Joe Girardi

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 140:25 Very Popular


DD Show Rundown 6/03/2022 (00:00-25:32) – Headlines: Lance Stephenson wants to remain a Pacer, Girardi fired from Phillies, Celtics defeating the Warriors in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, Steph Curry sitting a majority of the second half. (25:33-40:24) – Jason Hammer joins the show to help hype up the upcoming Fan Cave event! Hammer then comes in and starts giving his bets for the day. Hammer is taking the Cincinnati Reds over the Washington Nationals. That bet then leads to a conversation about team owners needing to care more about their team than their income. Hammer's next baseball bet is taking the Brewers over the Padres at home, -1. His final bet was taking the New York Yankees over the Detroit Tigers, -1.    (40:24-46:37) – Matt Taylor joins the show and talks Colts offseason and readiness of some players returning from injury. The first player discussed is Darius Leonard and his potential to come back at full potential for this team. The conversation transitions to new marquee players joining the Colts roster this season, specifically Matt Ryan and Stephon Gilmore. (46:38-1:09:49) – Alan Cashman called in to talk with Dan. Cashman throws around some bets that he likes in the coming week. Dan asks Cashman to detail out how to bet golf and throw in some strategies for making those bets hit.  After the call Dan talks about (1:09:50-1:25:02) – Dan's Weekend plans with his family and needing to clean the house, the Indy Star, and national donut day.   (1:25:03-1:32:19) – Dan Kicks off hour 3 talking to Rob Dibble. He begins by asking if baseball players are considered more legendary if they play for the Yankees. Dibble agrees that you want to play for either New York, Los Angeles, or Chicago to be a legend. The importance of cities as a whole supporting and funding their teams both pro and collegiate. How those teams bring jobs to cities and improve local areas.  Then Dan gets into Tommy Pham slapping Joc Pederson over their fantasy football league. They then move on to the Mets/Dodgers matchup and who will win in their matchup tonight.   (1:32:20-2:11:12) – Dan starts the second segment of the final offer by delivering an I told you so with gas finally hitting over $5.00. Then moves on to talking about Joe Girardi being fired by the Philadelphia Phillies. Coach congratulates Brad Stevens on reaching where he has with the Boston Celtics. Dan is then bamboozled by the fact that Jack's Donuts was closed on National Donut Day.   (2:11:13-2:20:14) – Dan ends the show with excitement over a golf outing that The Fan will be at this weekend. He asks producer Sam how it went producing the Indy 500 on Sunday. Finally, Coach gives a preview of his show coming up on Sirius XM on Saturday, June 04th. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.