Going deep into the background of 3 high school football players from ConVal Regional High School in New Hampshire --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Dear friend and inventor, Robby Besner, joins the show to talk about all the incredible benefits that you can get from using full spectrum infrared heating pads. Robby recently developed an infrared heating pad that has been shown to help with so many health conditions, like pain, inflammation, stress, sleep, blood circulation, improved HRV, and much more. Infrared heating pads are key if you suffer from acute injuries, old injuries, chronic pain, a variety of chronic disease, or are just looking to detox and help your body recover from everyday stressors. Lots of great infrared topics covered in today's episode so make sure to tune in if you've been interested in investing in an infrared heating device! On today's podcast, you will learn: How infrared wavelengths help our body heal. The major differences between infrared heating pads and traditional heating pads. The major health benefits of using an infrared heating pad. Robby's line of amazing infrared healing pads. How infrared pads help reduce stress and improve HRV. How they improve sleep and your sleep cycles. Why Robby added Jade stones to his healing pads. Robby Besner's Bio: Rob Besner, PSc.D, CEO and Chief Science Officer of Therasage, has always been an advocate of natural health and wellness. Graduating from Boston University in Pre-Med, Engineering, Psychology and Business, he continued onto post graduate work at Case Western Medical School and Holistic Medicine. After many years of illness, Mr. Besner's daughter was diagnosed with Lyme disease. This began his mission to find alternative, holistic and homeopathic avenues of treatment. He discovered the natural healing effects of infrared frequencies and began developing specialized devices and applications to help his daughter with her health challenge. When he saw the positive results, he felt compelled to share what he had discovered, and formed Therasage.com, recognized as the leader in integrated Infrared technology. Therasage has built a reputation with the healthcare community and mainstream public by educating and creating special cutting edge applications and protocols. Robby is a professor for the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies, annual contributor at the World Committee on Infrared, a member of the Education Committee of the Hippocrates Health Institute, a presenter at many medical, integrative, and anti-aging health conferences, a contributor on podcasts, on-line summits, radio and TV shows around the world. He's a best selling author and considered a leading scientist in the field of Integrated InfraRed technology. He continues to research and develop new applications to bring the power of healing with nature to the world. You can learn more about Robby and the products he developed at
Justin & Zell were surprise guests fresh off their RI State Championship victory with Behind The Pads Co-Owner Nadim Robinson Joined The EG Pod LIVE today. We discussed the matchup versus Hendricken and finally overcoming the Hawks their senior season. We also discuss the BTP Travel Club, Fundraisers for 3 of his Teams Going to 3 Different Nationals in January 2023, his upbringing and how it is made him the man he is today and much more.Stream Episode 55 Live on YouTube. Listen on All Podcast Streaming Services and YouTube. Link is in the Bio! Follow, Like, Subscribe and tell a friend to tell a co worker to tell a friend about us. Appreciate the Love!#nflcoach #nfl #football #nflfootball #sports #follow #coach #nflnews #likes #americanfootball #dagame #followus #sportstrivia #nflcoaches #hbd #nflcombine #dolphins #formernfl #steelers #billbelichick #raiders #nfloffseason #android #ios #getindagame #download #footballhighlights #browns #fantasyfootball #YouTube
We made it to 250! This is the full version, including the preshow. To commemorate making it to Episode 250, Rbn has a game and we go back and hear the title of every episode My Show has had. From Playoffs to No Kung-Fuary. Thanks for coming along for the ride, and on behalf of Alex & Jake and anybody who has been a part of this journey, THANK YOU! The big quarter-thousand! Make sure to check out our socials in the credits and make sure to hit the archived at BADFACTS.INFO or head over to DefinitelyNotSellingDrugs.com and you can also find our video through Spotify. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/myshowaj/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/myshowaj/support
DIY House Medic Podcast Show NotesSponsored by Roy Worley Voice OversSeason: 3Episode: 140Episode Title: How To Dispose of Paint Properly, Simpson Strong Tie, Select Proper knee Pads, Listener Question; DIY a Hot Water Tank?Episode Summary:Todays episode #140 is a smorgasbord, How To Dispose of Paint Properly, Simpson Strong Tie, Select Proper knee Pads, Listener Question; DIY a Hot Water Tank?Plus Contractor John's tip of the week, and the Jeopardy question of the week.Resources mentioned in this episode:Paint CareSimpson Strong Tie See Contractor John's Updated Show Schedule hereCutting & Charcuterie Boards; Table Saw Creations by Contractor JohnWe are no longer partnering with the Painted Tree Boutique/Makers MarketAsk questions, post comments at the Contractor John/DIY House Medic Facebook PageVisit the Contractor John website and receive a free monthly Home Maintenance Checklist for followingContractor JohnVisit the Contractor John YouTube Channel and please Subscribe to my channel.All Automotive with Matt Clawson Informative automotive related topics. My advice from 30 years of being in the business.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
Corinne Cannon is the founder and executive director of the Greater DC Diaper Bank, a nonprofit organization that provides diapers, baby care items and personal hygiene products to low-income families across the DMV. The Diaper Bank's reach is astonishing — over 10 million diapers were distributed across the region this past year — but the DMV's need is far greater. You won't want to miss this inspirational conversation about a nonprofit startup and the incredible work it is doing in our DC community.
On this episode, Lamb is joined by Eric Nicksick, the head coach over at Xtreme Couture and the 2020 Coach of the year in MMA! Lamb and Eric chop it up about his journey from student to head coach, cornering fighters, what's it like holding pads for Francis Ngannou, his relationship with his fighters, Eric's love for football and talking about the Main event this weekend between Israel Adesanya and Alex Pereira for the UFC Middle Weight championship in Madison Square Garden for UFC 281 Catch the NFL Preview Show for Week 10 on Patreon Available Now! Podcasts https://apple.co/2R494Ff PATREON https://bit.ly/2F2Rdvg SPOTIFY https://spoti.fi/3bn9QGx VM YOUTUBE https://bit.ly/336DWdB TWITTER http://www.twitter.com/VeteransMinimum INSTAGRAM http://www.instagram.com/VeteransMinimum FACEBOOK Facebook.com/veteransminimum LINKEDIN https://www.linkedin.com/company/52152267 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sorry about the wait, but sometimes life gets in the way, oh well,.... back here with another episode of A.O. and today is election day!! Get out there and vote! but please try to make an informed decision! After a brief talk about the upcoming election Cory hopped on and we had another installment of Men in Pads. Thank yall for listening and be easy!
In this weeks podcast, I sit down with Bree from @lashandwaxoc and she takes us down her journey as a solo Esthetician to a e-com business owner. LETS GET SOCIAL My IG- @tampawaxer Bree- website @Lashandwaxoc Facbook group- The Waxing Podcast Brazilian Online Training- Thewaxingguide.com *Use code PODCAST10 to save 10% on The Waxing Guide
Spencer Reese from Military Money Manual and his co-host Jamie chat with their friend Paul, an Air Force officer and real estate investor. Paul has built up a small real estate empire in his 12+ years in the Air Force. He focused on long term rentals when he PCSs and short term rentals near military training bases, also known as military crash pads. Paul shares some of his tactics, techniques, hacks, and tips for succesful real estate investing. If you have a question you would like us to answer on the podcast or just need some extra guidance and help with your military money, please reach out on instagram.com/militarymoneymanual or email email@example.com. If you want to maximize your military paycheck, check out Spencer's 5 star rated book The Military Money Manual: A Practical Guide to Financial Freedom on Amazon at or at shop.militarymoneymanual.com. I also offer a 100% free course on military travel hacking and getting annual fee waived credit cards, like The Platinum Card® from American Express, the American Express® Gold Card, and the Chase Sapphire Reserve® Card in my Ultimate Military Credit Cards Course at militarymoneymanual.com/umc3.
Want to earn more and work less? You up for the challenge? Sign up for the 20x Profit Challenge hosted by Neil Timmins at www.20xProfitChallenge.com To access a FREE collection of resources, go to www.RealGritVault.com Let's debunk mobile home parks' misconceptions with today's guest Brett Bowman. In this episode, he joins us to show how he continuously and massively grows in this niche, the critical components of buying mobile home assets, and how to minimize its management risks. Take advantage of more dominating business growth strategies by tuning in! Key Takeaways From This Episode 3 factors to consider before buying mobile home parks How to mitigate mobile homes' management risks Rent-to-own mobile homes: How it works and its difference from other income streams The role of your childhood experiences in shaping your personality as an investor Why it's critical for businesses to plan and make decisions References/Links Mentioned Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki | Paperback and Mass Market Paperback Rich Dad's CASHFLOW Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki Ryan Hill Traction by Gino Wickman | Paperback and Hardcover About Brett Bowman Brett is Suncrest Capital's, Chief Investment Officer. His conservative approach to underwriting helps minimize risks while maximizing investor returns. He has been investing for over 12 years, acquiring $20M+ in assets, spanning single-family rentals, multi-family, industrial, and mobile home communities. He has a background in high-tech, where he managed multi-million dollar budgets in hybrid corporate finance & large-scale program management roles. He holds a degree in Finance from the University of Utah and an MBA from Duke University. Connect with Brett Website: Suncrest Capital Facebook: Suncrest Capital Instagram: @suncrestcapital LinkedIn: Suncrest Capital Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Neil J. Timmins is on a mission to make a deep personal impact in the lives of his team members and business partners through his work as a real estate investor and mentor. He started as a traditional real estate agent where his team was recognized by the Wall Street Journal as a Top 100 team. Eventually, he made the transition from Realtor to full time investor. Over the course of his career, Neil has been involved in over $300,000,000 in real estate transactions. Neil's portfolio depth includes assets ranging from houses to industrial properties. Recently, Neil and his team launched the Legacy Impact Partner Program where they partner with fix and flip investors from around the country. Neil's team brings capital to fund and fix rehabs, operational expertise, and years of experience catapulting their partner's business to new heights. Want to partner? You can learn more and book a call with Neil at www.LegacyImpactPartners.com. Connect with Neil Website: Real Grit LinkedIn: Neil J. Timmins Facebook: Neil Timmins
Today, we bring in one of the greatest catfish in reality show history (in Brandon's opinion) to talk about one of the greatest debut pop punk albums in the history of the genre (all three agree on this). John comes to us fresh-ish off the Netflix reality show "The Circle" where he played the game as "Mama Carol." John is a comedian, so please go check out all of his content on social media, primarily on Instagram and TikTok. -------------------- Music used throughout the show created by Jair Driesenga Follow him @brotherjair on Instagram, Facebook, Bandcamp, and Youtube. Logo was created by Grand Rapids comedian Carl Sobel. PODCAST SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook: The Notes McGotes Podcast Instagram/TikTok: @NotesMcGotesPod Email: TheNotesMcGotesPodcast@gmail.com BRANDON SOCIAL MEDIA: TikTok/Twitter/Instagram: @brandonalberda and Brandon.alberda STEVE SOCIAL MEDIA: TikTok: @stevemadole Our podcast is sponsored by: anchor.fm Leave us a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thenotesmcgotespodcast/message --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thenotesmcgotespodcast/message
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New to saddle hunting and want to know what is better a pad or knee pads? Shoot you may be a vet and just never thought about it. Either or tune in as Xavier tackles a question all saddle hunters have. Enjoy!Show Notes:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tnsc_outdoors/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are the Yankees to reliant on the Long Ball? Are the Astros starting to get in a scary groove? Plus, the Pads new guys got hot at the right time but are Bryce & the Fightin's gonna be beatable at home? All that and more!For the full video broadcast click the link below, like & subscribe to our Youtube page!:https://youtu.be/GH1FdSaXWoU
Not cool what happened to Yankees fans who attended last night's rainout... San Diego may win best city to visit to watch baseball... How good was Crimson Tide with Gene Hackman and Denzell??????
Chlorhexidine... very commonly used ingredient in veterinary medicine.BUT... do you know the mechanism of action? What percentage is proven to be effective for pyoderma? Did you know chlorhexidine resistance has been reported?Check out this week's episode of the podcast.
Join me in celebrating another milestone as the podcast has reached its 300th episode! I'll be sure to provide plenty of fireworks to go along with the confetti and noisemakers as I peruse through the sports landscape! On deck: (3:29) MLB is onto the Division Series as both leagues are in full swing. The Phillies were unable to take a commanding 2-0 series lead as the scene shifts to Philadelphia for Games 3 & 4, tied at one apiece. How important is Game 3 for the Phillies to upset the defending World Champs? As for the Padres-Dodgers, San Diego was able to get the equalizer after losing Game 1, now that the series goes down the turnpike to Petco Park. In the AL, it's simple. Can the Guardians muster up any offense vs. the Yankees lineup? And can the Mariners rebound from a gut punch defeat as they lost in walk-off fashion to the Astros in Game 1? Also, has the six day layoff hurt or helped the bye teams heading into the Division Series? (21:01) Recent reports out of Washington, DC has alleged that Commanders owner, Daniel Snyder, has hired private investigators from a law firm to dig up 'dirt' on other owners in the league. Whether true or false, is it time for the NFL to step in and get rid of Snyder? I'll look at why the league needs to nip these recent insane roughing the passer penalties in the bud ASAP? There's a huge showdown on the Week 6 schedule in Kansas City as the Bills will invade Arrowhead in an important matchup that could decide home field in the AFC. Which team does it mean the most to come Sunday afternoon? Plus, Dallas at Philadelphia (Why Dak Prescott should NOT return for this game?) and the rest of this weekends' slate. (37:14) A meaningful Saturday for the college football playoff looms large as #10 Penn State visits #5 Michigan. Even bigger is #3 Alabama going to #8 Tennessee to play the Volunteers with or without their Heisman Trophy winning QB in Bryce Young. What a Crimson Tide loss could do to upset the balance of the discussion surrounding the college football playoff? (42:07) The NBA season is forthcoming. I'll get into a few of the over/under win totals for the year. I'll put to bed the latest on the Draymond Green incident with Jordan Poole. Could there be any carryover into the early part of the regular season as they defend their title? (46:31) The NHL has dropped the puck on a new campaign as the Rangers are off and flying with a win over the Lightning, while the Avalanche raise their championship banner to the rafters, receiving their rings in the process that look like it came out of a Steven Spielberg movie. Please subscribe, leave a rating and post a review on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, Stitcher, Spotify, Luminary, Amazon Music and iHeartRadio or wherever you get your podcasts. If you'd like to contribute to the production of the podcast, please visit my Patreon page at: www.patreon.com/TheJAYREELZPodcast Many thanks for all of your love and support. Intro/outro music by Cyklonus. LINKS TO SUBSCRIBE, RATE & REVIEW: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jayreelz-podcast/id1354797894 SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/1gkdtgroTFlaqPW1EBjVDr SPREAKER: https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-jayreelz-podcast_2 STITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jason-s-nazario/the-jayreelz-podcast iHEARTRADIO: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-the-jayreelz-podcast-43104270/ LUMINARY: https://luminarypodcasts.com/listen/jason-s-nazario/the-jayreelz-podcast/f9527dd9-47ea-4ed9-92cf-32af9bfa95ad?country=US SPOTIFY TRAILER: https://open.spotify.com/episode/7nZZlvPRAly5irLRSG2qxq?si=rTKCQKnZRNC_VK-_uIWNJA AMAZON MUSIC: https://www.amazon.com/The-JAYREELZ-Podcast/dp/B08K58SW24/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=the+jayreelz+podcast&qid=1606319520&sr=8-1 SPOTIFY PODCAST LINK: https://open.spotify.com/show/1gkdtgroTFlaqPW1EBjVD
Flavio Merencio e Octavio Ribeiro chegam em mais uma edição em vídeo analisando a troca por Donovan Mitchell, trazendo pra você os escândalos de Robert Sarver e Ime Udoka, homenageando o late great Jonathan Tjarks e fofocando sobre a vida do KANG. Como termina a carreira de Lebron James? O que diabos tá rolando em Boston? Cavs apostou até o uno de firma? Larga o play e não esqueça de curtir o vídeo, se inscrever no canal, ativar a sinetinha e deixar seu comentário aqui embaixo pra gente! Aqui tem o link ⬇️pra tudo sobre a gente, estamos na maioria dos agregadores e redes: https://linktr.ee/Pads_e_Regatas_Podcast Acesso rápido: Instagram: http://bit.ly/insta-padseregatas Twitter: http://bit.ly/twitter-padseregatas Tiktok: https://bit.ly/padsttk Spotify: http://bit.ly/pod-padseregatas Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/pod-padseregatas-apple Mande um comentário pra gente através da nossa mailbag, no email@example.com! Sua mensagem poderá ser lida no ar na próxima edição do Pads & Regatas Podcast! Ah, e não se esqueça de seguir a gente através do @padseregatas, seja no Twitter ou Instagram! Comentado no Episódio: Jonathan Tjarks prevendo Draymond Green como poderia ser a chave pro título do Warriors: https://www.theringer.com/nba/2022/3/14/22976453/draymond-green-nba-golden-state-warriors 86 Rockets: a janela curta para um título que nunca veio: https://grantland.com/features/an-oral-history-hakeem-olajuwon-ralph-sampson-1980s-houston-rockets/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pads-e-regatas2/message
Hello North County CA! Today we get into the Padres moving on, a Pumpkin Patch that Cassidy said don't go to, and Chris has a coyote and a hawk update. We also highlight a Rouler Brew, a Resident Brew, and a few neat-looking spots in Downtown San Diego. And it's spiny lobster season. Enjoy!
This week, Matt and Mike break down each of the Wild Card matchups in the MLB: Rays v Guards, M's v Jays, Cards v Phils, and Mets v Pads. They also dive into the Aaron Judge American League/Yankees HR record.
Episode: E309 RECAP – Reality Round Up 18 Some Highlights from Yesterday's Subscription Episode of Reality Round Up. The entire Episode is available in the locations below. The Single Life S3 E4 Old Flames and New Names (0:28:59) Life After Lock Up S4 E20 I've Got Warrants (0:47:05) Inmate to Roommate S1 E7 Doors Locked (0:59:27) 60 Days in S7 E7 Pain, Pads and Police (1:19:51) Coupled with Chaos full episodes and bonus content subscriptions are available here: Premium Content, including Additional 90 Day Fiancé episodes, The Real Housewives Content, and the personal podcast available by subscription at: Supercast: https://coupledwithchaosnetwork.supercast.tech/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/coupledwithchaos Apple: Coupled with Chaos Channel: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/channel/coupled-with-chaos/id6442522170 Listen to our other podcasts: Just search for these podcasts in any podcast player Note: Real Housewives and Personal Podcast content will be migrating to the 90 Day Fiancé – Coupled with Chaos podcast. Contacts us: Email: Coupledwithchaos@gmail.com Web site: https://coupledwithchaos.com Facebook: @Coupledwithchaos Instagram: @Coupledwithchaos Twitter: @CoupledwChaos
PADS E REGATAS AGORA EM VÍDEO! Acostume-se você, que só nos ouvia, a nos encontrar toda quinta-feira às 17hrs (ou quando você quiser, claro rs) no canal do PADS E REGATAS PODCAST no YouTube! Não se preocupe, continuaremos indo até seu agregador favorito também em áudio! Mas para essa estreia no audiovisual, Flavio Merencio e Octavio Ribeiro trazem uma pauta pra lá de controversa: um deles acha que o papo pro GOAT já tá cimentado, o outro não. Um acha que tem 3 nomes dignos de #1, outro tem a certeza num pódio, mas em constante movimento. Então a discussão que fica é sobre a batalha por quem constrói o maior legado e deixa para liga a maior marca. Quer saber quem é quem? Larga o play e não esqueça de curtir o vídeo, se inscrever no canal e ativar a sinetinha! Mande um comentário pra gente através da nossa mailbag, no firstname.lastname@example.org! Sua mensagem poderá ser lida no ar na próxima edição do Pads & Regatas Podcast! Ah, e não se esqueça de seguir a gente através do @padseregatas, seja no Twitter ou Instagram! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pads-e-regatas2/message
Wendy Murdoch, creator of the SURE FOOT Equine Stability Program and SURE FOOT Equine Balance Pads talks about working with anxious horses. We also announced the winner of Week 3 5th Anniversary Give-A-Way Contest. Be sure to sign up on Facebook for an opportunity to win a full set of SURE FOOT Pads!
Episode: E308 – Reality Round Up 18 Intro: Sister Wives S17 E4 And Then There Were Three (Start) Subscription: The Single Life S3 E4 Old Flames and New Names (0:28:59) Life After Lock Up S4 E20 I've Got Warrants (0:47:05) Inmate to Roommate S1 E7 Doors Locked (0:59:27) 60 Days in S7 E7 Pain, Pads and Police (1:19:51) Coupled with Chaos full episodes and bonus content subscriptions are available here: Premium Content, including Additional 90 Day Fiancé episodes, The Real Housewives Content, and the personal podcast available by subscription at: Supercast: https://coupledwithchaosnetwork.supercast.tech/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/coupledwithchaos Apple: Coupled with Chaos Channel: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/channel/coupled-with-chaos/id6442522170 Listen to our other podcasts: Just search for these podcasts in any podcast player Note: Real Housewives and Personal Podcast content will be migrating to the 90 Day Fiancé – Coupled with Chaos podcast. Contacts us: Email: Coupledwithchaos@gmail.com Web site: https://coupledwithchaos.com Facebook: @Coupledwithchaos Instagram: @Coupledwithchaos Twitter: @CoupledwChaos
Matt Waldman's RSP NFL Scouting Glossary details the release stance and motion that he seeks from NFL Draft prospects at wide receiver, using Ohio State's Jaxon Smith-Njigba as an example. Why is the Release Stance Important? Wide receiver play bears a lot of similarities to pass rushing. Receivers and pass rushers are both trying to gain ground on an opponent from a static stance. Both positions have to manipulate the opponent to generate an advantageous path. And both positions have to know maneuvers where they attack and defend their leverage. The stance is the foundation for all of these requirements and it means that the stance has to do three things: Facilitate explosion and pose a threat that every release will lead to a vertical route. Eliminate the potential for any wasted movement that can give an opponent a first-move advantage if playing the receiver tight. Disguise the receiver's true intentions with a neutral body position and that net neutral for receiver play is "every route potentially being a deep vertical route." When a wide receiver has an efficient and comfortable stance, he can do a lot of things that will get him separation. Here's Ohio State wide receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba's stance and release motion explained. https://youtu.be/ixRUo_KQo8I You can find a summary of the components of a good release stance and release motion below. Components of a Good Release Stance These are the elements of a good stance for a receiver. The components have enough leeway for the receiver to be comfortable and efficient with their stance and movement. Feet staggered with the back knee aligned with the front heel. A balanced stance with ~ an 80/20 weight ratio with the front foot and the back foot. This facilities explosion off the line. It limits the potential for wasted movement. It reduces the potential for defender contact to knock the receiver off balance. The stance should include some bend in the knees and hips. It's an athletic stance to facilitate balance. The bend shouldn't be too low or defenders can easily jam the receiver. The arms should be uncrossed and hanging on either side of the front knee. This allows for the receiver to efficiently pump his arms for acceleration if not jammed. It also allows for the receiver to efficiently use his hands to counter jam attempts. This sets the stage for the receiver to deliver an efficient and explosive release motion. Components of A Good Release Motion The release motion is the initial step from the stance. The best route runners sell the potential of the vertical route, specifically, the deep go (or nine-route) with every route release. Receivers do this because if they can compel the defender to believe it's a deep route, the defender will turn his hips downfield to keep up. This allows receivers to set up their actual route. But, what if the route is actually a deep go? While true that receivers may try to manipulate the opponent into believing they are running a shallow route when running a deeper route by using a slower pace, it's still an exceptional circumstance. Most receivers still begin a deep route with an explosive release motion and manipulate it in a different manner because it's harder for defenders to guess a route if every route begins the same way. The release motion that helps receivers achieve this goal has these components: Going from "low" to "lower" in the stance and exploding outward with the pads down. Rolling off the front foot with no rocking or extra steps with the back foot. Pads over the knees. Arms pumping with a deep sprinter's motion. Helmet over pads and eyes up and looking straight downfield. These components sell the perception that the receiver is going deep. That perception sets the stage to manipulate defenders in a variety of ways. An efficient release motion allows the receiver to attack the defender ...
This show aired on September 16, 2022. Dog Training Q & A - Pee pads, correction & punishment are the same and much more! - What Would Jeff Do? #881 (2022) Real dog training questions with real answers. Join Jeff and Joelle LIVE on...
Let the Man Talk to His Shoulder Pads In this episode, which features a returning guest star from Campaign 1, the guys help a new friend and reunite with a not-so-old enemy. Support us and like and subscribe. New episodes typically release every other Friday. Social Media Links: WEBSITE: www.d4ontheFloor.com FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/d4onthefloor TWITTER: www.twitter.com/D4Floor Instagram: www.instagram.com/d4onthefloor All of the great music, ambiance, and sound effects are used under the open source licensing from these sites listed below: pixabay.com freesound.org tabletopaudio.com incompetech.com Thank you!
Hey well read baddies! Welcome to the second episode of season 3! On today's episode we are discussing the intro esssay of Please Don't Sit On My Bed In Your Outside Clothes titled 2020 Was Gonna Be My Year! (LOL) . We talk about what our own expectations of what 2020 was going to be vs the reality, long distance dating, and looking forward to years to come. Be sure to tune in and share with a friend! We can't wait to hear from you! :) Please send any questions or comments about this episode to shewellreadQA@gmail.com or use the form at the bottom of the SWR Podcast page: https://shewellread.com/podcast/. Follow SHE WELL READ! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shewellread/ TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeDCLdTX/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/shewellread More Links: https://msha.ke/shewellread
To build lasting success, it's important to keep a long-term perspective. Here to share how he's playing the long game of real estate is Pasha Esfandiary, Co-founder and CEO of Evoke Capital. Pasha has been involved in over $250 million in transactions across multiple asset types since starting his career in 2011. At present, he believes in the potential of the mobile home parks industry and details what they are doing in the space. He also talks about creating meaningful connections with brokers, being intentional about hiring and delegating, and leveraging his skills as a poker player to be a strategic investor. [00:01 - 09:05] Opportunities in Mobile Home Parks Pasha on why he's singularly focused on mobile home parks right now There is low supply and high demand Factors they are considering when buying mobile home parks Price points Markets: Secondary and tertiary Number of pads Looking at the long-term, look at why a market is going to be around for a long time Cap rates don't always matter, it depends on the strategy [09:06 - 14:57] The Value of Relationships and Human Capital How to manage broker relations Address the elephant in the room Be generous and don't be greedy Do what you say On hiring and delegation Learn the business before you delegate There is no amount of monetary value you could put on mentorship [14:58 - 20:08] Real Estate Is About the Numbers Lessons from being a professional poker player Be in check with emotions Make money through game selection Take calculated risks and follow the math His experience with real estate auctions and how it's similar to poker [20:09 - 21:12] Closing Segment Reach out to Pasha! Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes “I'm definitely not looking for just the big pop in year five. I'm looking to recycle my money over and over again and my investor's money.” - Pasha Esfandiary “You need to be in there and in the trenches to learn everything first, then you can start delegating.” - Pasha Esfandiary “Be relentless in your goals. Be really clear on what you want and then work yourself backward.” - Pasha Esfandiary ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Pasha through LinkedIn and check out Evoke Capital's website. Connect with me: I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. Facebook LinkedIn Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in! Email me → email@example.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] Pasha Esfandiary: I believe in the Amazon model, I just keep reinvesting everything that I take. I don't need to make, you know, a bunch of money right now in this second. So if I have any kind of profit, I'm just reinvesting it back into it, right? I'm in the fortunate position where I've had investments, I've done well in past careers and whatnot to afford it. So right now, you know, for me, I don't really need Evoke to be profitable. I just want to recapitalize the company, put it in and scale out the systems 'cause again, I think long term. [00:00:40] Sam Wilson: Pasha Esfandiary started his real estate career in 2011 flipping homes. He founded auctions. He has since been involved in over 250 million in transactions across multiple asset types from everything, from residential homes, boutique motels, and mobile home parks. Pasha, welcome to the show. [00:00:55] Pasha Esfandiary: Thanks, man. Love the intro. Let's do this. [00:00:58] Sam Wilson: Awesome, rock and roll. Three questions I ask every guest who comes to the show: in 90 seconds or less, can you tell me where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there? [00:01:05] Pasha Esfandiary: Sure. I started in Las Vegas real estate, flipping homes around 2011. I'm in Los Angeles, California now. And, you know, I got here 'cause my wife wanted to move to LA. I didn't want to, but we did it. It went really well for me, started developing here and then, you know, in the last less than two years, apartment complexes, but now, saw the truth in mobile home parks and just, and only attacking mobile home parks. [00:01:29] Sam Wilson: Then when was, was there a date, was there a month? When did you switch entirely in mobile home parks? [00:01:36] Pasha Esfandiary: When I made the sole decision, no matter what, from now on, it was almost about 12 months ago. 'Cause I was still dabbling in both underwriting, but I just really realized, I feel like the time and place that we're at with mobile home parks right now, it's really to find all the opportunity. We got to really spend all the effort into it's like the one thing, right? I think we've all read that. And so I just want to be singularly focused on mobile home park. So I see more opportunity right now in that space. [00:02:01] Sam Wilson: We have a fixed supply. We have had nothing, but unbridled demand, I feel like, in that space. Cap rates have just gone, you know, down and down and down. I was speaking to somebody here a couple of weeks ago and they said, they're buying the fours on a cap rate. I mean, which is, I'm just going, what in the world? How are you finding value and buying at a four cap on a mobile home park? What are you doing differently? [00:02:26] Pasha Esfandiary: There's a lot to unpack there, right? Because, you know, what I tell everybody or anyone that, any of my investors in many of my deals are really what it is I believe it is the only thing in commercial real estate that the supply is actually dwindling and the demand is increasing, right? When you think about the macroeconomics, I'm a long-term investor, I think long-term. So, you know, for me, it's a no brainer. It's like more and more people are going to get pinched by inflation and middle class is going to get squeezed more and more. And the next step lower is low-income housing, and it's really, really difficult to build low-income housing. You could do the LIHTC route. I would argue that's more for middle income brackets than really anything. So anyways, so I see this opportunity and I said, okay, this is really I want to position myself. Also because it mitigates my risk. And you know, maybe I don't capture all top-side appreciation, but, man, cash flows and yields are really great. So for me, the opportunity is really, I always go where there's less competition, more headaches. That tends to be the secondary and tertiary markets, smaller properties where, like I said, underneath institutional money, but also higher than most mom and pop buyers as well, too. And so we're able to now find some really good deals where we can build a lot of equity into the deals because operations of previous sellers weren't really up to par where we're at and, you know, rents are really low. So there's a lot of opportunities there. There's a lot of opportunity in the Midwest, in these smaller towns that no one's really ever heard of 50, 60,000 population, good manufacturing jobs, et cetera, et cetera said, and I could talk on and on about it. But I think, I feel like I chew your ear off of that. [00:04:04] Sam Wilson: You did not, please. This show is for you to talk and me to do most of listening. So, I guess there's a lot of questions there. You say you want to buy parks that are bigger than maybe what mom and pop can buy. Yep. But smaller than what your institutional buyers or even, you know, a lot of our friends in the business really are probably interested in. Is that a particular dollar size? Is that a number of, I guess, you guys rate pads, is that right? [00:04:30] Pasha Esfandiary: Yeah. Pads. [00:04:31] Sam Wilson: Pads, the number of pads that you guys have is that, I mean, how do you find that needle in a haystack or what is, what does that needle even? What is that needle, I guess, is what I'm looking at. [00:04:41] Pasha Esfandiary: I think there's no black or white answer. I think there's three different factors. It is the number of pads for sure. It's the markets you're in and then it's also price points, right? So typically we're working underneath around the $6- $7 million range to about $2 million above range. That kind of weeds out a lot of just regular buyers who are going to come and want to buy it for themselves. Secondly, it's the markets. We are working in secondary and tertiary markets. We like our populations to be around 50,000 to about 250,000. That's where we find our sweet spot, but I will say our best performing asset is in a town of 25K population, right, but there's so much demand there. It's kind of mind blowing. And then the number of pads, we typically work. We like to stay within 50 to about a hundred, but we will buy some 35 -40. It just really depends on the numbers, right? There's a lot of factors there that go into that. Well, one thing that I always tell the team is if we're in a market, you have to make a very compelling story for why this market is going to be around. There's a lot of markets that, Hey, the numbers look great, but is this property going to be around 15 to 20 years from now? And is it going to do really well? Because that's how I look at it. I'm definitely not looking for the, just the big pop in year five. I'm looking to recycle my money over and over again and my investor's money and whatnot, whatever. So there's got to be a really compelling case that those manufacturers are going to be there for 20 years. [00:06:10] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah. That's exactly what I was thinking of. I go, okay, so you got a town of 50,000 people. There's one major manufacturer and that's great. And it's all rosy until they close and then your mobile home park just goes empty. [00:06:24] Pasha Esfandiary: It can't be just have one anchor, really, manufacturing plant there. It's got to be multiple. There's got to be a compelling case there, right? [00:06:34] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Are you finding that when you're buying these parks, are there a lot of park-owned homes, or is it, what do you find? Is there is there just a mix? Is it really random? [00:06:44] Pasha Esfandiary: It's really random. I think the brokers that we work with and the brokers we outreach to, we go ahead and tell 'em we don't want a lot of park owned homes. We're not in the business of an apartment complex because that's what it essentially is, for us, at least, right? So we only will buy parks that maybe have about a maximum 20% POH factor. And then it is our strategy always go in there, turn those POH into RTLs, which is rent to own. So that way we don't have to deal with the repairs and maintenance. And for the most part, when we do that, tenants are absolutely happy to take 'em over. If not, there's a big line out the door that's willing to do it. [00:07:19] Sam Wilson: Right. Right. I guess, what do you see on a cap rate basis? And I know this is on a, every deal, different deal. But where are these tradings such that you can then, that you define it now as, Hey, this is a valuable opportunity. [00:07:31] Pasha Esfandiary: Absolutely. Let me give the disclaimer that sometimes cap rates don't matter. It depends if it's a, you know, a value add play and this and that, but it is a very good measure and something to very much pay intention to. We are generally buying around the 6 to 8.5% range depending on market, depending on how big, depending on what we can build all that, but that's where we're at. Anything below that, we're not touching. 6 is still, probably on our lower scale too. We're right at the 7 to 8.5 is what we're kind of finding. [00:07:58] Sam Wilson: Right. Clarify that statement or give more color to it when you say cap races don't matter. [00:08:03] Pasha Esfandiary: Okay. So now let me back up and say cap rates matter, but here's the thing. It depends on your strategy. If you're doing a value add play, right, you can go buy a property that might be a little bit overpriced compared to cap rates. But if you're able to do a lot of infills, put in mobile home parks or put mobile homes onto the pads, and rent those out, you're building so much equity and so much NOI. Your exit cap rate will be much higher because you're able to increase your NOI. So you're able to build that in so then you can pad your cap rate numbers later on. So, you know, sometimes it is a little skewed. If there's like a four cap deal by kind of what we're talking about a little bit earlier, it can potentially be an eight once you do some renovations and some higher like that. That's why it doesn't matter, but it's a very good measure of what your money's buying currently. So it's a, you know, you kind of have to look at it. [00:08:53] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah, absolutely, absolutely. Like you said, I want to resay all of it, but it's what is the business plan, what is the upside opportunity more than what is it that I'm buying in place right now. So that's really, really cool. So you guys are buying smaller parks. You're looking at the, you know, at some of these more secondary and tertiary markets. It sounds like, you mentioned there, that you're finding most of these through broker relationships. [00:09:17] Pasha Esfandiary: Yes. As of right now, we are. You know, we've hired some two wholesalers that we work with primarily. We pay a monthly fee and they're bringing us some good deals, but right now we are focused strictly a hundred percent on broker relations. [00:09:29] Sam Wilson: Right. Right. What are some things that you would recommend if someone in any asset class that you feel like you do well when it comes to managing your broker relations? [00:09:39] Pasha Esfandiary: Be generous. That's really what it is. All right, so some of the things that we do, I'm a very relationship-oriented person. I really like to get to know them, joke around with them, address the elephant in the room. You know, one thing I always advise to others who are trying to get into this game or trying to scale, go address elephant, tell them that like, Hey, I know a bunch of people are calling you, but this is who we are and, you know, make it easier. So one thing we do is in our due diligence process, we make it super easy. They don't have to lift a finger. Secondly, we always give about 25K to 50K to every broker that closes a deal on top of their commission, right? Because like, it's pretty nominal, right? If you really think about it, like, this is why I said, like, don't be greedy, right? Be generous. If a deal's going to make you $2 million in five years, would you give up that 25, 50K to a broker who found you deal? Yeah, you would absolutely right? I will say I don't think everyone's in the fortunate position that we're able to be in, but work with your brokers. Be generous with them. Send them a really nice gift if you have to. I've sent, you know, $750 bottles of alcohol before to my brokers. It's just the little things that you can do always. I think more than anything over the money is just be real and do what you say. Don't be the guy that goes in there and just tries to retrade. We tell every broker, Hey, listen, when you start to work with us, words are cheap. We will prove to you by words, we've never just got out of a deal just to get out of deal and screw a broker. We will close deals just to keep that relationship. We're such relational people. And a company, we often find that the brokers have worked with in the past love, absolutely admire working with us again. And that's really the reasons why. We just do what we say. [00:11:19] Sam Wilson: Man, that's cool, that's cool. Are there challenges that you guys are facing in scaling with smaller parks? [00:11:27] Pasha Esfandiary: Yes and no. Yes, in the sense that it creates a lot more work, right? Now for us, it's just all about what's on the back end. So we are hiring out for that. We've hired three new employees recently just to make sure we can keep up with the demand, just to make sure we can do that. And then, you know, always having people on the sites to make sure everything's running well. Yes, so we have to do a lot more on the back end, which is fine. We just have to create systems around it, but really it's just kind of like everything. You just have more work, you got to learn how to delegate, have more human capital towards those problems. [00:12:00] Sam Wilson: Now, is there, I guess, an inflection point? Because you have to have a certain number of parks to generate a certain number of revenue where you can then bring on the right number of people. [00:12:10] Pasha Esfandiary: That's correct. [00:12:10] Sam Wilson: So how did you tackle that early on? 'Cause if you buy one or two 50 pad parks, maybe there's not the revenue, you know, being generated in order to support the staff that you need to take down more parks. How did you get over that? [00:12:22] Pasha Esfandiary: I believe in the Amazon model. I just keep reinvesting everything that I take. I don't need to make, you know, a bunch of money right now in this second. So if I have any kind of profit, I'm just reinvesting it back into it, right? I'm in the fortunate position where I've had investments. I've done well in past careers and whatnot to afford it. So right now, you know, for me, it's like, I don't really need Evoke to be profitable. I just want to recapitalize the company, put it in, and scale out the systems 'cause again, I think long term, right? I think in 10 years from now, I'll be making way more and then I'll have all the systems in place right now. But I also want to say that there's a caveat. If it is your first two parks, go learn this. You need to be in there and in the trenches to learn everything first, then you can start delegating. That's my opinion. [00:13:08] Sam Wilson: Yeah, absolutely. You got to know how the machine operates, you know, before you... [00:13:11] Pasha Esfandiary: Hundred percent. [00:13:12] Sam Wilson: Yeah, start delegating that. When it comes to the hustle, 'cause I think about the hustle and I think about, you know, that word to me, maybe something different to you, but there's a certain amount of hustle. I think that it takes to get involved in commercial real estate, but is one piece of advice you would give to somebody if they're just starting out, but they want to scale, what's something they can do today in order to, like you said, go work in the trenches and learn the business before they go out on their own? [00:13:39] Pasha Esfandiary: Yeah. I could answer this two ways. I could talk about someone who's really brand new, or I could talk to someone who's like, kind of already in it. If you're really brand new, there is no amount of monetary value you could put on mentorship. Like, it is insanely lucrative to your life, like in every way, shape or form to have a mentor who is like creating the exact things that you need to learn, that you get real-life experience to go take it on and do it on your own, right? I did that when I first started flipping homes, I worked for someone as an intern for three months, unpaid, and I just learned all of the systems. And there's a lot of people who are willing to teach you, especially in real estate. Real estate's such a wonderful game 'cause so many people are willing to mentor you 'cause so many of us had mentors previously. But it's on you to really go and give up your time, which is the most, absolutely precious commodity that we ever have to do that. And then I would say for someone who's kind of in the game and wants to scale already, be relentless in your goals, be really clear on what you want, and then, you know, work yourself backwards. If you want to get to a thousand units, then you need to figure out how the hell you get a thousand units to start working yourself backwards and start changing who you need to be to become that person, become that person first and then go attack your goals. [00:14:58] Sam Wilson: Right. No, I think it's really, really cool. I love that. Tell me, you used to play poker professionally, I think? [00:15:05] Pasha Esfandiary: I did. Yes. [00:15:06] Sam Wilson: Which I think is hilarious in its own right because it's like, you know, we always preach cash flow, we preach predictable income, like, oh yeah. Hey, this is like, you know, stability is what we're looking for in the real state game. That is not what you get in the poker game, but yet I'm imagining that you find some overlap there. Can you break some of it down? [00:15:25] Pasha Esfandiary: I think there's a ton of overlap. There's a lot of beautiful lessons in poker because you really have to be in check of your emotions at all times. You have to understand that you have to take calculated risks. You have to follow the math. Like, no matter what you do, if you want to be a good poker, you have to follow the math. Let me give you an example. If you're in a big hand and you're about a 55% favorite, you have to put your money in, right? Like, even if it's all your money, like if you have other chips, if you don't do that, you are losing and you're making bad decisions. So it really taught me to follow the math and strictly the math. I only follow the data. I only strictly follow my proforma and I never budge from my numbers. My numbers don't work, I'm not in it. Am I super conservative my numbers? Absolutely. And I never budge ever. It's just like a hard promise to myself. Then there's two different types of poker players that I like to say. One being the guy who wants to play with the best players and test his skills and really try to like, get that. And then there's the players like myself who only cared about making money. And so, you know, I never try to get into the hardest games. I never try to play against better players. I just try to get into the softest games with the worst players so I can make money. It's called game selection. I wasn't the best poker player, but damn, I worked hard for game selection and I played the best games and I did really well because of it. And so, yeah, there's a lot of beautiful lessons also, you know, like tough line luck armor. I always tell this one thing that's like, you know, things don't really affect me because there's been nights in poker where I've lost 150% of my net worth. Yeah, like 150% of my net worth. It's not fun, but it's happened to me many times. You know, I went on tilt. I lost everything. But now things don't really affect me. Like, I'm very even-keeled, very like things can come my way. I'm like, okay, it's just information. How do we adapt? It's really helped me build this company, Evoke, and really scale up higher 'cause I will absolutely dive into any fears I have head-on. It's quite exciting. And the last piece is in poker, in tournaments, you have to be aggressive or you're just going to lose 'cause the antes get bigger and bigger. That's kind of like the story of life. Like, if you're not in it, you're just going to lose over the long run. So let me just go be in it. Let me just go try. And sometimes when you're aggressive, you make the wrong moves. That's okay. But you got to keep doing it over and over again and then you'll get to where you want to be. [00:17:47] Sam Wilson: Man, that's great. I love that. I love that. I'm really super curious 'cause you started in real estate in 2011. When did you give up being a professional poker player? [00:17:58] Pasha Esfandiary: Right, right around there. [00:17:59] Sam Wilson: Okay. [00:18:00] Pasha Esfandiary: Right around there. I just knew the lifestyle wasn't for me. Like, I enjoy people a lot. Like I love people, but when I was at the poker table, I had to trick myself to hating people. It's not a good feeling to want to hate people and I don't like that. Like, you know, otherwise I'm just too nice. And then I don't make the moves that I want. I'm not aggressive enough. And then I like my morning routines, I want to have a family, all these things, and it wasn't really conducive to what I wanted to do. [00:18:24] Sam Wilson: No, for sure, for sure. I like that. But then you also went right into buying real estate at auctions, which is its own version, especially if you're like me and you're buying in a foreclosure auction, it's its own version of poker. I'm going to put my money in and I'm not quite sure what it is that I'm going to get when all the guards are turned over here. [00:18:43] Pasha Esfandiary: Some, I'm sure you know, some of the homes, you go in, you're like, oh, this is awesome. Perfect. And some of them you're just like, oh crap. What did I just get myself into? [00:18:52] Sam Wilson: Right. Just buy. Yeah. I only had a couple, two or three of those, but they were enough to make... [00:18:57] Pasha Esfandiary: I definitely had a few of those 'cause there was a lot of like hoarders and like squatters in Las Vegas at the time. [00:19:03] Sam Wilson: Oh yeah. [00:19:04] Pasha Esfandiary: So, I had a few ones, but again, that's a numbers game. It's a long-term game. You keep buying right. You keep getting more positive ones and some, you may break even. You know, on and some you're just hit out of the park, but it all evens out as long as you're making good long-term decisions over and over again. [00:19:19] Sam Wilson: That's exactly right. That's exactly right. I love that. Rewind over the last 11 years, what is one thing that you would do differently if you could? [00:19:28] Pasha Esfandiary: Ooh, I'd probably get into commercial real estate faster. I'd learn about the tax advantages, tax incentives. I'd probably get out of flipping. We talked about this a little bit earlier. You know, I was, I had the mindset of I wanted to build my net worth. That's good if you're flipping homes and developing homes, but for me, something happened in the last few years where really net worth doesn't really matter to me. It's about wealth generation and that's why it's really been allocated towards passive income, learning how to use real estate as an avenue to really harbor tax incentives, and to really grow your wealth in a really big way. It's a huge snowball effect. I would do that. But, you know, I really love my life. I love where I'm at, so I wouldn't really change too much. [00:20:08] Sam Wilson: That's fantastic. Pasha, appreciate you coming on the day and sharing with us your insights on where you're seeing opportunity and value in the smaller parks, how you guys are taking those down, bringing on team members, and kind of some of the dips and tricks you're using to scale your guys' portfolio. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that? [00:20:27] Pasha Esfandiary: We can go to our website, www.evokecapital.net. We are about to launch a 15 million fund to go attack these and then, and, or just LinkedIn at Pasha Esfandiary. I'll always respond. [00:20:39] Sam Wilson: Awesome. We want to make sure we put all of that there in the show notes as well. Pasha, thank you for coming on today. Certainly appreciate it. [00:20:45] Pasha Esfandiary: I appreciate you, man. This is fun.
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