Sara Heller talks about summer youth employment programs. This episode was first posted in March 2020. "Summer Jobs Reduce Violence Among Disadvantaged Youth" by Sara B. Heller. "Rethinking the Benefits of Youth Employment Programs: The Heterogeneous Effects of Summer Jobs" by Jonathan M.V. Davis and Sara B. Heller *** Probable Causation is part of Doleac Initiatives, a 501(c)(3) corporation. If you enjoy the show, please consider making a tax-deductible contribution. Thank you for supporting our work! *** OTHER RESEARCH WE DISCUSS IN THIS EPISODE: "What Works? A Meta Analysis of Recent Active Labor Market Program Evaluations" by David Card, Jochen Kluve, and Andrea Weber. "Active Labor Market Policies" by Bruno Crépon and Gerard J. van den Berg. "Employment and Training Programs" by Robert J. LaLonde. "The Promise of Public Sector-Sponsored Training Programs" by Robert J. LaLonde. "The Youth Entitlement Demonstration: Subsidized Employment with a Schooling Requirement" by George Farkas, D. Alton Smith, and Ernst W. Stromsdorfer. "A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of In-School and Summer Neighborhood Youth Corps: A Nationwide Evaluation" by Gerald G. Somers and Ernst W. Stromsdorfer. "Summer Training and Education Program (STEP): Report on Long-Term Impacts" by Cynthia L. Sipe and Jean Baldwin Grossman. "An Anatomy of a Demonstration: STEP from Pilot through Replication and Postprogram Impacts" by Frances Vilella-Velez and Gary Walker. "The Summer Employment Experiences and the Personal/Social Behaviors of Youth Violence Prevention Employment Program Participants and Those of a Comparison Group" by Andrew Sum, Mykhaylo Trubskyy, and Walter McHugh. "Enriching Summer Work: An Evaluation of the Summer Career Exploration Program" by Wendy S. McClanahan, Cynthia L. Sipe, and Thomas J. Smith. "What Is a Summer Job Worth? The Impact of Summer Youth Employment on Academic Outcomes" by Jacob Leos-Urbel. "Making Summer Matter: The Impact of Youth Employment on Academic Performance" by Amy Ellen Schwartz, Jacob Leos-Urbel, and Matt Wiswall. "The Effects of Youth Employment: Evidence from New York City Lotteries" by Alexander Gelber, Adam Isen, and Judd B. Kessler. "An Introduction to the World of Work: A Study of the Implementation and Impacts of New York City's Summer Youth Employment Program" by Erin Jacobs Valentine, Chloe Anderson Golub, Farhana Hossain, and Rebecca Unterman. "How Do Summer Youth Employment Programs Improve Criminal Justice Outcomes, and for Whom?" by Alicia Sasser Modestino. "Reducing inequality summer by summer: Lessons from an evaluation of the Boston Summer Youth Employment Program" by Alicia Sasser Modestino and Richard J. Paulsen. "School's Out: How Summer Youth Employment Programs Impact Academic Outcomes" by Alicia Sasser Modestino and Richard Paulsen.
The boys are joined by Coach Greg Curl (Kam Curls Father) to discuss the matchup vs The Saints and Kams Football career! Then were joined by The Professor Logan Paulsen to breakdown the matchup vs The Saints, Logans Key to Winning, and how can Washington fix 3rd downs on defense? Support the show (https://burgundy-zone.creator-spring.com/?)
0:00- This hour, we get it started off with the Big Show Logan Paulsen breaking down the film from the Atlanta game, as well as taking a sneak peek at our game this week against New Orleans. 18:55- Jaylon Smith was shockingly released by the Cowboys yesterday, is he an option for the WFT to fill their LB spot? We discuss and take your calls here. 32:05- What's going on in G&D's life that has nothing to do with sports? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The importance of inclusion is a subject that was discussed on this podcast in the pas, as it offers so much to individuals with disabilities. Although making that transition from exclusion to inclusion in the community can be difficult. It can also be hard to find that courage to keep pushing, but it's important to keep on trying. Keep moving forward and pushing back; when there's apparently no room for inclusion, then try and make room. It can be hard to persist, and consistently push for that change, but once it happens it's incredibly rewarding. Join Kim Southern-Paulsen and guest interviewer Katie Bachmeyer as they discuss how to help make the transition from exclusion to inclusion a reality.
14:30 - Guest: former Washington tight end Logan Paulsen with an in-depth breakdown of the WFT - the struggling defense, Taylor Heinicke, the offensive line and more 33:57 - Washington Football Team: initial thoughts on Washington's game at the Atlanta Falcons in Week 4...and a look at some harsh statistical realities for multiple key WFT defensive players 42:30 - Nationals: react to Patrick Corbin being good for a fourth time in five starts and more from a 3-1 loss at the Colorado Rockies 53:02 - Orioles: examining Bruce Zimmermann's return and more from a 4-2 win over the Boston Red Sox...and analysis of Anthony Santander now that his 2021 season is over https://www.tickpick.com/galdi Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
What would you do to motivate people to get outside and enjoy the outdoors more? Back in June of 2021, Josh Paulsen of Teton Sports, embarked on a year long journey to get people to enjoy nature every single day, by committing himself to camp outside, every night for an entire year. On this episode of the Travel Utah Podcast I talk to Josh to discuss his motivation behind this Journey, his experiences so far, and why it is so important for him to invite everyone to get outside every single day.
[audio mp3=“https://talkaboutlasvegas.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Rob_Paulsen_092721.mp3"][/audio] This week, Ira spoke with voice actor Rob Paulsen, appearing at Unicon in Las Vegas, Oct. 1-3. In this 30-minute episode of Talk About Las Vegas, Paulsen talks about becoming a voice artist and discovering the joy it gives to people; why he's in “the happy business”; his battle with throat cancer and what he learned from his doctors, including the admonition to not discount the power of joy; his realization that the desire to create is no different at 65 than it was at 15; why humor is boundless; and why it's important to maintain a sense of proportion.
The always amazing Logan Paulsen drops by the show to get into some of the things he's seeing from the young season and how it will affect what we can expect in the game with Buffalo this weekend. Also, The new show, Open Mic is discussed. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
0:00- Logan Paulsen, former WFT tight end and now NFL analyst, joins Grant and Danny to put a bow on the Giants vs WFT game, and to look forward to this week's game against the Bills. 19:45- We get to our G&D power rankings after 2 weeks of the NFL season, will your WFT be in the mix? 31:20- It's time for our Double Play, what's going on in their lives that has nothing to do with sports? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
0:00- Logan Paulsen, former WFT tight end and Pre-game host on 106.7 The Fan, he comes on to breakdown what to expect from tonight's primetime game. 19:40- As it stands, the fans seem to back Heinicke 100% and seem very confident. How do G&D feel about the new kid on the block? 32:55- Ryan thinks he knows the weather as well as Doug Kammerer, so he gives us his weather report for tonight's game. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The boys are first joined by Logan Paulsen to dissect the offense from yesterdays 20-16 defeat and preview the Thursday Night Matchup vs the Giants! Then were joined by Ryan Fowler of The Draft Network to breakdown the defense from yesterdays game and preview the matchup for the Giants game!Support the show (https://burgundy-zone.creator-spring.com/?)
Craig Hoffman is in for Reese and discussing all things pertinent to the DC sports fan. The Nationals crashed this season. Are they getting the right pieces together to be better in the future? How good are the WFT offensive players. All of this is broken down with Matt Weyrich and Logan Paulsen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
2:00- Logan Paulsen joins the show to talk about the third WFT preseason game. 21:50- With NFL cut down day looming, the guys talk about who they think the team should cut and keep. 31:40- Opening up the phone lines to see who people think the WFT should cut. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former Washington Tight End Logan Paulsen stops by to talk about the preseason finale and what it means to players on the bubble, the Washington Tight End room, Ryan Fitzpatrick, and Terry McLaurin getting snubbed from the NFL Top 100, and more. Check Logan out on Instagram at @logan_paulsen82 Like Us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/OnTheWarpath405/ Check out the On The Warpath Podcast https://anchor.fm/onthewarpath On The Warpath is hosted by Corey "Sanchize405" Sanchez. We discuss all things Washington Football along with news across the NFL. Our goal is to inform and entertain. If you like what you see click subscribe. Love, peace, and HAIL! Be sure to follow me on Twitter @Sanchize405 Follow me on Instagram @Sanchize405 P.O. Box Address: Corey Sanchez P.O. Box 2343 Wise, Virginia 24293-2343 If you would like to donate to the channel: Paypal: PayPal.Me/sanchize405 Venmo: @sanchize405 Cash App: $sanchize405 Please send email inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for supporting the channel!
2:00- Former WFT tight end, Logan Paulsen joins the show to talk about the preseason. 22:45- BMitch is on the road today dropping off his daughter at college so he calls in to talk about Friday's preseason game and WFT training camp. 37:15- Logan Paulsen still with JP live at WFT training camp, and the guys talk about the offense. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Marshall Paulsen has been in the restaurant industry for over 20 years and is currently the Director of Operations for Vinai. Recording outside at the State Fair grounds, Marshall talks about the Minnesota Farmers Union and their presence at the State Fair. He tells Yia and David about his career in the restaurant industry, his vision for developing leadership in the kitchen, and some of the changes he sees in restaurants post-COVID. The White on Rice podcast is hosted and produced by Yia Vang and David Crabb. For more information, please visit us at whiteonricepodcast.com.
Tonight on Washington Intervention, Ryan (@WhatGibbsFF) and Mark (@markkrau) are joined again by special guests George Carmi (@Gcarmi21) and ex-WFT TE Logan Paulsen to discuss all things Washington Football Team! We will recap week one of the preseason and some interesting position battles brewing. #WFT #NFL #WashingtonIntervention #Preseason Editing by Trevor Steinbacher, follow him on twitter @trevsfantasypod. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fantasyintervention/support
It is time for the debut of the co-own series here on the Basement Talk Podcast Fantasy Show! Today, Adam and Bird discuss their plans for the draft which is one week away! The guys also breakdown the rules and format of the league to help you, the listeners, follow along throughout this journey. What will the strategy be towards building their team? Who are guys that will be targeted? Tune in next Tuesday night for the LIVE draft special, where the co-own team will be created on the podcast! Keep it locked in for future episodes of the Basement Talk Podcast Fantasy Show, and do go check out our other podcasts in the Basement Talk Podcast Family of Podcasts!
This hour, Awadd lays out the blueprint for a successful season for your WFT. Also, we are joined by Logan Paulsen, former WFT tight end, to preview the season and he tells us who we are sleeping on heading into the season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Joe O & Joe G are joined by MLB Network's Grant Paulsen to get his thoughts on the Washington Football Team, NFC East, and the Nationals following their MASSIVE trade at the deadline! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
1:30- Opening up the phone lines to see how excited fans are for the WFT season to begin. 18:45- Logan Paulsen joins the show to talk about WFT training camp, contracts and roster moves. 33:20- We were fortunate enough to get two segments with Logan Paulsen today and they continue talking Washington Football. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jim Paulsen, chief investment strategist for Leuthold Weeden Capital Management, says that inflation is the big risk facing the market, but he downplays the potential for inflation to last once supply-chain issues and demand levels normalize post-pandemic. Meanwhile, he makes the case that the stock market could rise from now through the end of the year and still enter 2022 relatively cheap, with the Standard and Poor's 500 trading at less than 20 times earnings, a level which would keep the bull market rolling. Also on the show, Ted Rossman of CreditCards.com discusses Americans' tipping habits and how they talked a better game than they played during the coronavirus epidemic, and Bernie Horn, manager of Polaris Global Value fund talks about where in the world he's investing and what stands out to him now in the Market Call.
Conor Paulsen shares how you can create meaningful conversations through digital marketing channels. Listen in as Conor and I discuss why people are your greatest asset, even in the digital space, how to have authentic conversations on social media platforms, and why the next era of sales involves creating a process that works for you. Conor is a business development expert who Co-Founded Uptown Creation, a B2B Sales Development firm, and Host of The Social Seller Podcast (on YouTube). With a degree in Enterprise Leadership, a Nonprofit Management certificate, and 10-years of Business to Business (B2B) sales experience, Conor helps professional organizations assess their current sales strategies, identify under-priced attention, nurture + qualify each relationship, then secure payment and accomplish the sale in a repeatable system. "Putting the customer first, profit second." You can connect with Conor via LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/conor-paulsen/ Are these the kinds results you want in your own business? Book 15-minute clarity call to see how you can create more time, money and impact. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Scotty is back with yet another edition of Slasher Scotty and his guest is Tiffany Paulsen, who played Suzi Donaldson in Friday the 13th Part 8: Jason Takes Manhattan. Tiffany discusses with Scotty her true terror when the spear was shot into the wall nearly hitting her face, her original death scene when jumping overboard, a funny story about her two boyfriends named Jim: her on screen boyfriend and her real-life boyfriend during auditions, and much, much more. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slasherscotty/support
This week, we have a special guest joining us again for the third time: Conor Paulsen. Conor is a 27 year old entrepreneur, content creator, podcast host, and all-around good human being. Something I admire most about Conor is his ability to block out noise, distraction, and the influence of others in order to accomplish his goals and serve his community. In this episode, we discuss: - Starting a business in college - Are we who we want to be, or are we just who we are? - How to make money... a lot of money... and why your #1 goal should not be to make money... confused? Don't be - Disappointment in meeting your hero - How to "date" in SoCal - Reasoning for not looking for a longterm relationship; will there always be a "reason?" + more! Host: @stephteagan Podcast: @soulitudepod Guest: @conorpaulsen Guest's podcast: The Social Seller w/ Conor Paulsen
00:00 - Former Washington Tight End Logan Paulsen joins the show to talk all things WFT. 25:43 - Washington Post writer Maura Judkis discusses her feature story on the closing of the Arlington staple, Whitlows. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former WFT TE Logan Paulsen joins John to look back at the selections of Jamin Davis and John Bates and gives his impressions of watching film again post being drafted. And he weighs in on the QB competition. Get up to $100 in matched money when you make a first deposit at Monkey Knife Fight. Show off your knowledge of player performance. Use the code JKR when you sign up below and play free games for real cash prizes. https://learn.monkeyknifefight.com/jkr Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
0:30- We take your calls on Girardi messing with Scherzer during the game on Tuesday, should the MLB punish teams after wrongfully accusing them of cheating? 20:40- We get you guys all the highlights around the sports world for your five at 5. 34:30- Matt Stafford is so underrated, and Mcvay highlights that and hypes up his guy. 39:43- Logan Paulsen, former Washington TE, we discuss the news around the NFL world where Logan does best with intelligent answers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The boys are joined by Courtney Gilmour and MK Paulsen to talk about the biggest trauma bonding fest in a long time! Katie's interrogation date, swapping one villain for another, and Michael… MICHAEL!!!@wedidntgetaroseCourtney Gilmour - @courtneyjgilmour on instagram and @courtneyugh on TwitterMK Paulsen - @mkpaulsen on all platformsChris Mejia https://linktr.ee/tophermejiaMike Carrozza https://linktr.ee/mikecarrozza
«L'année des deux dames», récit sensible de Marine Sanclemente et Catherine Faye sur les traces d'Odette du Puigaudeau et Marion Sénones, vient de recevoir le Grand Prix Jules Verne en France. L'occasion de repartir sur la piste de ces deux aventurières inclassables, entêtées et encore trop méconnues. Aujourd'hui, au XXIème siècle, qui connaît encore les destins hors du commun d'Odette du Puigaudeau et Marion Senones ? Qui a entendu parler de leurs multiples voyages qui les emmèneront ensemble, dès l'entre-deux-guerres, à travers la Mauritanie et le Sahara Occidental, à dos de chameau, parmi le désert et les nomades ? Avec Marine Sanclemente et Catherine Faye, auteures de «L'Année des deux dames» et Monique Vérité, biographe d'Odette, on dresse le portrait mosaïque et contrasté de ce duo amoureux, inédit, d'exploratrices françaises, à la fois journalistes, ethnologues, dessinatrices et écrivaine pour Odette. Car Odette du Puigaudeau, dont le nom est à ce jour le plus connu, éclipsant celui de Marion, va écrire et publier, dès 1936, plusieurs récits à la fois riches et exigeants, rendant compte de ces voyages parmi lesquels «Pieds Nus à travers la Mauritanie : 1933-1934» ou «Le sel du désert» sur la mythique caravane de sel qui reliait alors deux fois par an, Tombouctou à Taoudeni. Sur les pistes caravanières, dans les immensités sahariennes, Odette et Marion ont certainement cherché à se réinventer, vivant au contact des Maures et de toute une civilisation nomade qui les fascinaient et les bousculaient, à une époque aussi où les missions ethnographiques coloniales se succédaient sur fond de sciences et de quête d'exotisme. Car nos deux pionnières occidentales n'échapperont pas à leur époque et aux préjugés coloniaux qui forgeaient ce genre de voyage. Une chose est sûre : en leur temps, leur passage a marqué les esprits en Mauritanie, au point que l'année 1934 est désignée là-bas comme l'année des deux dames, en référence à leur premier voyage. Derrière elles, elles laisseront aussi de précieux témoignages en textes, en dessins ou en photos, qui rendent hommage aux peuples du Sahara Occidental, à leur grandeur et leur noblesse. Cette émission, initialement diffusée en septembre 2020, s'intègre dans la collection « Compagnons de route », série de portraits sonores d'écrivains-voyageurs de Si loin si proche. Bibliographie : - L'année des deux dames, de Marine Sanclemente et Catherine Faye. Éditions Paulsen. 2020 - Odette du Puigaudeau, une bretonne au désert, de Monique Vérité. Éditions Payot Rivages. Première publication en 1991. Réédition en 2020 - Pieds nus à travers la Mauritanie. 1933-1934, d'Odette du Puigaudeau. Éditions Libretto. (Première publication en 1936) -Tagant : au cœur du pays maure. 1933-1938, d'Odette du Puigaudeau. Éditions Libretto. (Première publication en 1949) - Le sel du désert, d'Odette du Puigaudeau. Éditions Libretto. (Première publication en 1940).
We received an email from our listener Emma who wanted to tell us the tragic story of the very recent attack of 14 year old girl named (Daisy) Jupiter Paulson and how it's affecting her and her community. If you'd like to help her family: https://www.gofundme.com/f/jupiter-paulsen-long-term-care Here are some links to the story: Organ Donation Flag Walk Of Honor
Aux confins du Népal et du Tibet, cette enclave mythique, jadis royaume interdit, a longtemps fait rêver l'écrivain voyageur français Olivier Weber. Et puis, le rêve est devenu réalité… et se raconte à nos micros. Au cœur de l'Himalaya, à près de 4 000 mètres d'altitude, un des plus célèbres mantras du bouddhisme, celui de la compassion est gravé dans la pierre, afin de rappeler au voyageur qui s'aventure dans ces hautes montagnes à quel point les lieux sont sacrés, mais aussi pour guider ses pas. Un chemin de compassion et de sagesse, c'est en somme ce qu'est allé chercher Olivier Weber en 2019 dans le Mustang, là où les monastères tibétains et les villages accrochés à la roche, semblent défier le temps, l'apesanteur et la course folle du monde qui se joue loin là-bas, en contrebas. Et il l'a trouvé, accompagné d'un étonnant équipage : Gérard Muller, surnommé l'aventurier aveugle qui lui a appris à «voir autrement», Pierrot le caméraman, Migmar le guide chantant et réfugié tibétain et Tsewang, le chef d'expédition de sang royal, descendant direct de la famille qui a régné sur le Mustang jusqu'à l'abolition de la monarchie au Népal en 2008. De ce voyage dans un décor minéral et magistral, Olivier Weber en fait aujourd'hui le récit dans son ouvrage « Au royaume de la lumière », un livre à la croisée des mondes, ceux de l'ethnologie (il est publié dans la collection Terre Humaine), du handicap, de l'exploration à la fois intérieure et géographique, de l'enquête et de la quête. Car au bout du chemin, il y a la lumière, vers laquelle tend le journaliste après 25 ans de reportage de guerre à côtoyer la bête noire et ses armées de l'ombre. Mais dans son livre et ses mots, le personnage principal demeure bel et bien le Mustang : une contrée fascinante et méconnue, avec ses sommets sacrés, ses grottes célestes et ses histoires de cavaliers Kampas qui, en leur temps, ont exfiltré le Dalaï Lama de Lhassa, quand la Chine a fait main basse sur le Tibet voisin. Fermé jusqu'en 1992 aux étrangers, le « Royaume de Lo », rattaché au Népal, fait alors figure de petit Tibet, préservé et intact. Mais pour combien de temps ? L'ombre de la Chine plane sur ce morceau de Tibet libre. L'expédition d'OIivier Weber au Mustang a reçu le parrainage de RFI, du Musée du Quai Branly, de la Société des Explorateurs Français et de l'UNICEF France. Liens utiles : - Écoutez, réécoutez l'expédition «Défi Baïkal» racontée par la grande voix de RFI depuis disparue : Toufik Benaïchouche, et à laquelle Olivier Weber a également participé avant le Mustang. Ce projet lancé par l'association « Vue d'ensemble » avec l'association « Y Voir » et le « Somewhere Club », a réuni en 2017 des non-voyants, mal voyants et mal entendants sur le lac Baïkal gelé, par -30°, en autonomie et à ski sur les hauteurs de la Sibérie. - Le site de l'association « Y voir » fondé par Gérard Muller, comparse de voyage d'Olivier Weber au Mustang. Cette association encourage les aveugles à sortir de chez eux, en promouvant le sport et à travers des expéditions et des projets qui prouvent que l'on peut voyager quand on est déficient visuel. - Le site de Tsewang Bista, le guide princier, à la tête d'une compagnie locale de treks au Mustang, qui a guidé Olivier Weber et Gérard Muller dans le Haut Mustang. Bibliographie : - « Au royaume de la lumière », Olivier Weber, Éditions Plon 2021 - « L'Arrière-pays », Olivier Weber, Éditions Calmann-Lévy 2020 - « Dictionnaire Amoureux de Kessel », Olivier Weber, Éditions Plon 2019 - « Frontières », Éditions Paulsen, 2016.
4:45- How will the Wizards do in the playoffs? Would you rather play the Nets or the 76ers? 20:00- Former Washington Football Tight End, Logan Paulsen joins the show to talk tight ends and WFT. 33:20- Walter from Alexandria calls in to ask why the WFT didn't trade Kerrigan instead of letting him sign inside the division. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
My friends Jordan and Adam share their journey as gay Latter-day Saints. Jordan and Adam served missions, completed college, have strong careers, have been together for three years and now feel their path is to get married. While we all understand their path is outside the doctrine of our Church, this episode is about how to come together in our differences as the same human family, reduce divisiveness, and show love and support. They also talk about raising Adam’s six-year old son from his former marriage, their hopes for the future, their strong relationship with Heavenly Father, their respect for the LDS church, and their good relationship with their LDS parents. Thank you Jordan and Adam for being on the podcast and sharing your story. You are good men with a wonderful future. Your story gives insights and teaches principles to bring us together to better love and support each other. ** Please Check Out My New Book At: ** Deseret Book: www.deseretbook.com/p/listen-learn-and-love-embracing-lgbtq-latter-day-saints Amazon: www.amazon.com/dp/1462135773
This season we’re talking about how your machine shop attracts new customers. Today, we wanted to share a podcast from our second season which we feel provides a useful solution to finding fresh business. Tune in to our interview with Greg and share your own experience with manufacturing networks in the comments below. Thanks for […] The post Best of Swarfcast – Ep. 61 – Facilitating a Manufacturing Network with Xometry’s Greg Paulsen first appeared on Today’s Machining World.
John gives his reaction to the schedule release for the WFT including 5 straight division games to end the regular season. Former WFT TE Logan Paulsen joins the show to discuss newly signed T Charles Leno, the drafting on Texas T Sam Cosmi, his thoughts on the new tight end room including John Bates and Sammis Reyes and more. Get up to $100 in a matched deposit and play free real money games when you sign up for the fantasy/prop bet site Monkey Knife Fight.. To get all of the great offers remember to use the code: JKR https://learn.monkeyknifefight.com/jkr Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
11:32 - Guest: former Washington tight end Logan Paulsen provides his breakdowns of tight ends John Bates and Sammis Reyes and offensive tackle Samuel Cosmi, explains why Ryan Fitzpatrick is a big upgrade for Washington at quarterback and more 32:36 - Washington Football Team: react to former Washington quarterback Colt Brennan dying at the age of just 37 and examining his legacy 48:17 - Capitals: thoughts on a regular-season ending 2-1 win over the Caps' first-round opponent in the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Boston Bruins, including the return of Alex Ovechkin 59:06 - Nationals: analysis of a 6-2 loss to the Philadelphia Phillies, including Josh Bell failing in yet another big spot 01:12:52 - Nationals: how Nats fans should remember former Nats starting pitcher Jordan Zimmermann off him announcing his retirement 01:20:46 - Orioles: analysis of bullpen implosion in a 3-2 walk-off loss at the New York Mets that came despite another great start from John Means
Tom Gendich interviews Greg Paulsen of Xometry as Metalmite has become one of the newest suppliers on the World's largest On-Demand platform this week! Greg talks about how Xometry was started, where they are today, and how you can buy from them or sign up to manufacture for them. Xometry- Manufacturing on Demand From Prototyping to Production: Xometry offers a range of solutions to help you develop effective prototypes and scale up to production parts. Make custom parts on demand using over 60 materials and 15 processes. Put our network of over 5,000 highly vetted manufacturers and our skilled applications engineering team to work for you. Get Instant Quotes Get quotes within seconds on CNC machining, 3D printing, sheet metal fabrication, urethane casting, and more. Upload a 3D CAD file and receive the price, lead time, and design-for-manufacturing feedback instantly. They also discussed the new Ti6242 from Beamit Group as well as the VELO3D going public announcement. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thomas-gendich/support
In this episode Johnny and Kyle chat with Dr. Jamie Burr, Director of the Human Performance & Health Research Laboratory at the University of Guelph. During this podcast we discuss Dr. Burr and his lab's work centering on ischemic preconditioning, and blood flow restriction exercise and how it can be used to address the exercise needs of the elite level athlete to person's managing chronic disease like diabetes. We're certain you'll enjoy this chat! Here's some of the information we discussed during the podcast: Pignanelli, C., Christiansen, D., & Burr, J. F. (2021). Blood flow restriction training and the high-performance athlete: science to application. Journal of Applied Physiology. https://doi.org/10.1152/japplphysiol.00982.2020 Bjørnsen, T., Wernbom, M., Kirketeig, A., Paulsen, G., Samnøy, L., Bækken, L., Cameron-Smith, D., Berntsen, S., & Raastad, T. (2018). Type 1 Muscle Fiber Hypertrophy after Blood Flow-restricted Training in Powerlifters. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. https://doi.org/10.1249/MSS.0000000000001775 Ferguson, R. A., Mitchell, E. A., Taylor, C. W., Bishop, D. J., & Christiansen, D. (2021). Blood-flow-restricted exercise: Strategies for enhancing muscle adaptation and performance in the endurance-trained athlete. Experimental Physiology. https://doi.org/10.1113/EP089280 Morley, W. N., Coates, A. M., & Burr, J. F. (2020). Cardiac autonomic recovery following traditional and augmented remote ischemic preconditioning. European Journal of Applied Physiology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00421-020-04526-y Petrick, H. L., Pignanelli, C., Barbeau, P.-A., Churchward-Venne, T. A., Dennis, K. M. J. H., van Loon, L. J. C., Burr, J. F., Goossens, G. H., & Holloway, G. P. (2019). Blood flow restricted resistance exercise and reductions in oxygen tension attenuate mitochondrial H2 O2 emission rates in human skeletal muscle. The Journal of Physiology. https://doi.org/10.1113/JP277765 Dr. Burr discussing the work his lab does: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oz0A4M8ajc4&t=98s Cheung, C. P., Slysz, J. T., & Burr, J. F. (2019). Ischemic Preconditioning: Improved Cycling Performance Despite Nocebo Expectation. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 1–22. Jean-St-Michel, E., Manlhiot, C., Li, J., Tropak, M., Michelsen, M. M., Schmidt, M. R., McCrindle, B. W., Wells, G. D., & Redington, A. N. (2011). Remote preconditioning improves maximal performance in highly trained athletes. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 43(7), 1280–1286. Crisafulli, A., de Farias, R. R., Farinatti, P., Lopes, K. G., Milia, R., Sainas, G., Pinna, V., Palazzolo, G., Doneddu, A., Magnani, S., Mulliri, G., Roberto, S., & Oliveira, R. B. (2018). Blood Flow Restriction Training Reduces Blood Pressure During Exercise Without Affecting Metaboreflex Activity. Frontiers in Physiology, 9, 1736.
Former WFT tight end Logan Paulsen, now a player analyst who's great at breaking down film joins the show to discuss the film on the 2021 draft class for Washnington. This hour, we take a dive into the interview Ron Rivera had earlier today and he had some interesting quotes regarding the QB's on the roster, as well as QB's in the 2021 Draft. We discuss that this hour. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kentucky LB Jamin Davis was the WFT's first round pick in this year's draft. Jamin is a one year starter from the SEC, but he is a fast, athletic LB who can play all 4 LB positions. Logan Paulsen, one of the better player analysts who can breakdown film, joins the show to discuss why he is excited for Jamin Davis. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Former WFT TE Logan Paulsen joins John to look at the Tackles, Tight ends and Linebackers that may be of interest as the NFL draft approaches. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices