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Primal King Podcast
PRIMAL FIRE-It Just Takes Time...

Primal King Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 13:02


Have you ever seen the "gurus" online tell you how you can make a million dollars in 30 days with their "proven system?" Have you ever seen that young kid telling you how easy it is to start a 7 figure business? If you have, you need to listen to this FIRE episode! The "How to make money" and "How to build a business" space is just as fake as the weight loss industry when it comes to setting realistic standards. The same issues that weight loss gurus can create with body image also happen ALL THE TIME with business. There is no "get rich quick scheme" (that is legal). There is putting time into something, learning from experiences that the time factor creates, allowing the time to reveal new directions and build valuable relationships. If you think it's taking too long or you are a failure because you aren't a millionaire after 6 months of starting something, you NEED to listen to this episode!

In His Grip
Adoption: Acknowledging the Primal Wound a Conversation with Dan and Laura Betters

In His Grip

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022


Well meaning people sometimes exhort adopted children to be thankful for the many privileges they have as a result of having a “forever family.” This resource encourages that gratitude, but also acknowledges coexisting with a grateful heart is often a broken heart, a result of feeling abandoned by their birth parents. In keeping with our goal to produce and distribute resources that address life crises that are difficult to discuss, as well as how to help those experiencing them, we are grateful to offer this compelling interview that is designed to equip adoptive parents and adopted children to better understand the “primal wound” that some adopted children experience. In this candid interview, Dan and Laura Betters share their thoughts and plans for helping their adopted daughter process the grief and disappointment she might experience as she better understands adoption. Lisa Adams-Reese, a seasoned adoptive mother and woman who helps place adopted children with their families, offers her own experiences and wisdom that will free parents to intentionally develop an honest, safe place for their children to express any sorrow, anxiety, or feelings of abandonment. We know you will be encouraged and inspired by their stories.

BookTok Made Me Podcast
"A Light in the Flame," Flesh and Fire Series, Book 2

BookTok Made Me Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 57:17


In this episode, Bridget, Caitlin, and Hilda discuss the recently released, "A Light in the Flame," book 2 in Jennifer L. Armentrout's Flesh and Fire Series, the prequel to her popular From Blood and Ash series. Bad news: Our trio didn't exactly like the book. Good news: They're even funnier when being judgy. Enjoy!

Alien vs. Predator Galaxy Podcast
#156: Designing and Constructing The Primal, Talking Prey’s Practical Effects with ADI’s Tom Woodruff Jr

Alien vs. Predator Galaxy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 61:55


Includes an interview with ADI co-founder Tom Woodruff Jr. about the visual effects in Prey. Presented by Corporal Hicks and RidgeTop.

High Order Podcast
Primal Path Programming | November 28, 2022 - December 3, 2022

High Order Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 15:18


Monday (:10) | Tuesday (3:16) | Wednesday (6:10) | Thursday (8:17) | Friday (10:19) | Saturday (13:31)

Carnivore Cast
Michael Kummer - Feeding Your Family and Dog with a Primal Approach, Carnivore for Crossfit

Carnivore Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 38:17


Michael Kummer (@mkummer82) was a former professional sprinter, CrossFitter, and founder of MK Supplements.  Michael's goal with his popular blog at https://michaelkummer.com/ is to share what he learns so that you can spend time on something else. He has focused on the areas that his readers are most passionate about, including diet, fitness, and technology. He founded MK Supplements in 2021, with the goal of offering the highest-quality dietary supplements on the market. MK Supplements is a small, family-owned business that takes pride in delivering the highest-quality and environmentally friendly supplements.   Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mkummer82/ Website: https://michaelkummer.com/ MK Supplements: https://shop.michaelkummer.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/mkummer82usa?sub_confirmation=1   This episode is sponsored by Ava Jane's Kitchen Colima Sea Salt. This salt, harvested from the ancient Colima salt flats in Mexico, is super delicious, super crunchy, and free of ocean-born microplastics.  I personally use it on my meals and between meals for a bit of a pick-me-up. With every purchase, you'll be supporting the show and the salineros that work tirelessly to bring you this delicious salt. Check out carnivorecastsalt.com to get your first bag of Colima Sea Salt absolutely free. Only pay for shipping!!   Thanks to BiOptimzers and their amazing Magnesium Breakthrough formula for stress relief and better sleep on a carnivore diet. Try it yourself at www.magnesiumbreakthrough.com/carnivorecast and use code "carnivore10" to save!   What questions would you like answered or who would you like to hear from in the carnivore or research community?   Let me know on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.  

Podside Picnic
Primal S1 Preview

Podside Picnic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 5:27


As we all take a break from eating dino-meat, let us be thankful for Primal and the epic adventures of Spear and Fang!

Root Awakening™: A Health Podcast
Ep. 59: Building A Commune With Scott Hall: Healing Tourettes, Rotten Meat That Gets You High, Eating Poop, Hands Free Orgasms, Spiritual Hormones, Living Outside Society, Raw Meat, And Raw Primal

Root Awakening™: A Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 120:01


On this episode, Scott Hall captivates us by telling us about starting a healing primal commune in Pennsylvania, healing tourettes and how he cleared up tourettes, the link between food coloring and tourettes, Scott's experience intentionally eating poop, how eating fermented meat also known as high meat gets you euphoric and high, how to make high meat, why cold exposure and fasting can be harmful to the body, the raw primal diet created by Aajonus vunderplanitz, primal parenting techniques, how the stomach, intestines and nutrient absorption works in the body, spiritual hormones, how raw meat can make cooked food taste bad, why parasites are just trying to help us and not hurt us, hands free orgasms, living outside of society, Scott's daily routine, a primal tribe where there was no disease and everyone had perfect teeth, Qigong, why the no fap movement could be unhealthy for some people, having a hands-free orgasm by strengthening your pelvic floor muscle, Mantak Chia, re-directing Kundalini energy, spiritual connection through music, what Scott's community is going to look like with dress codes, martial arts, sustainable farming, raw meat, and drum circles. - SCOTT HALL - INSTAGRAM: @scottprimal | https://www.instagram.com/scottprimal YOUTUBE: https://youtube.com/channel/UC1xQ9Mhmbub98itsLAfLZCw - CONNECT - Connect with Emily to ask any questions that you have & share thoughts and feedback. INSTAGRAM: @emilys.rootawakening | https://www.instagram.com/emilys.rootawakening JOIN MY EMAIL TRIBE: https://keap.page/jmt235/email-tribe.html TYPE B BUSINESS SCHOOL: https://keap.page/jmt235/typeb.html MANIFESTATION GROUP COACHING COURSE: https://rootawakening.spiffy.co/checkout/manifestation-exploration PRIVATE COACHING: reach out to me on Instagram or email emily@rootawakening.co (.co, not .com) EMAIL: emily@rootawakening.co (.co, not .com) - SUPPORT - Spread the word, subscribe, review this podcast, share this podcast with loved ones, share this podcast with your community. Let's lift each other up and become empowered together. MUSIC BY: Pluto Monday | Esan is an incredible painter, musician, artist, and all around spectacular human. Support his work and prepare to soak up some creative energy: @plutomonday | https://www.instagram.com/plutomonday

In The Kitchen With Sterling Silver Premium Meats
11/23/22 | Applications & Trends of Chuck Primal with Chef Dave Cuntz

In The Kitchen With Sterling Silver Premium Meats

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 32:08


In the second episode of our ten-part Beef 101 series dedicated to beef primals, Chef Pete Geoghegan welcomes Chef Dave Cuntz to talk through favorite applications, trends, recipes & more when it comes to all things chuck primal.

CaptureMag
LA MINUTE YANNICK DAHAN : PRIMAL

CaptureMag

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 26:16


A Y EST ! Yannick Dahan a enfin vu la "GÉNIALISSIME" série de Genndy Tartakovsky, PRIMAL. Dire qu'il est enthousiaste à l'idée de partager son avis est un euphémisme, tant cette épopée préhistorique lui a remué les tripes et agité les méninges... à tel point qu'il finit cet épisode vidé de toutes ses variantes de "génial". ALERTE SPOILERS : Yannick dévoile un épisode un peu particulier à 13:52, donc si vous ne souhaitez pas vous gâcher le plaisir, retrouvez les deux saisons de PRIMAL sur Adult Swim et Prime Video. La saison 1 est éditée en blu-ray chez Warner Bros.- ACCORD PARENTAL SOUHAITABLE - CONTENU EXPLICITE -Pour précommander notre mook CAPTURE MAG 2012 - 2022 : NOTRE DÉCENNIE DE CINÉMA, ça se passe sur Kiss Kiss Bank Bank : https://www.kisskissbankbank.com/fr/p...Proposé et animé par Yannick DahanRéalisation : Alain MercierImage : Cédric FontanaMoyens techniques : Cappuccino productionProduction : Stéphane Moïssakis, Alain Mercier, Yannick Dahan et Reda BoukakiouHabillage : Cédric Fontana - Benjamin DubretJingle CAPTURE MAG : Thomas CappeauMusique : Ice Cube - Arrest The President / DJ Shadow - Enemy LinesPour nous soutenir, il y a deux adresses.KISS KISS BANK BANK : https://bit.ly/3Svo6kXTIPEEE : https://www.tipeee.com/capture-mag#primal #genndytartakovsky #adultswim Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.

Muscle Intelligence
Reclaim and Restore your Primal Virtues with Jonathan Rios #278

Muscle Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 59:27


Today's interview is with a man who is paving the way for today's men to access their GREATEST potential.  Jonathan Rios joins me for a conversation about how to break out of the stifling confines of society's complacent norms, and to start living a deeply fulfilling, purpose-driven life. If you are a father, business leader, or someone interested in living fully in alignment with your greatest strengths and passion, this episode is a must-listen. Jonathan Rios is a mental coach and licensed psychotherapist who is deeply committed to remaining undomesticated.  Jonathan has worked extensively with addicts, high performers, veterans, business professionals & spiritual seekers. His practical & straight forward approach provides tangible results and skills that help individuals push through the inevitable challenges of life. Jonathan also recently wrote a book called "Primal Virtues for the Modern Man,” and regularly runs immersion training "Primal Courses" based on these core principles. Click here to listen now + pick up the guide for an outline of the high-impact tools and action items from this episode. You'll learn: How to Develop the Qualities Required for True Masculine Leadership The Hard Questions To Ask Yourself to Gauge Alignment and Progress  The MOST Important Characteristics for Modern Men to Pursue How to Cultivate Purpose, Resilience and Inner Strength The #1 Action to Take Right Now to Lead Your Life and Family Support our Sponsors: Get 25% off of pure, organic mushroom powders from Real Mushrooms. Adaptogenic, medicinal mushrooms can help support cognition, recovery, immunity, and energy levels. Head to https://realmushrooms.com/ben to get hooked up!

Read to Lead Podcast
450: Primal Storytelling: Marketing for Humans with Anthony Butler

Read to Lead Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 42:15


Today's guest has an incredible background. He served in Baghdad during the invasion of Iraq. And, somehow, he managed to take the corporate world by storm shortly after finishing his time in the service, despite not having previous business experience. His name is Anthony Butler. Anthony has written a book that just came out in […] The post 450: Primal Storytelling: Marketing for Humans with Anthony Butler first appeared on Read to Lead Podcast.

High Order Podcast
Primal Path Programming | November 21, 2022 - November 26, 2022

High Order Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 20:25


Monday (:10) | Tuesday (4:20) | Wednesday (6:30) | Thursday (10:38) | Friday (11:50) | Saturday (17:17)

Pleasantly Persistent-Talking Food Sales!
David Paul Miller, Chief Sales Officer at The New Primal on Work Life Balance, Gratitude Journaling, and Building an Intentional Morning Routine

Pleasantly Persistent-Talking Food Sales!

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 22:13


Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Show
Crossing The Streams Goes Primal (Bonus Ep38) - Great TV binge watching suggestions!

Live From Detroit: The Jeff Dwoskin Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 31:14


Need TV binge suggestions? You've come to the right place. We've got you covered. In this bonus episode we discuss a few great binge suggestions: Primal (from live ep 94) The Holiday Calendar (from live ep 55) Andor (from live ep 84) Crossing the Streams originated on this podcast in episodes 8 and 15. My idea was to record friends freely discussing TV shows (and movies) they binge on one of the many, many streaming services we all subscribe to. Jeff Dwoskin is joined by Howard Rosner, Ron Lippitt, Bob Philips, and Sal Demilio are your co-hosts and we're joined weekly by special guests. The assignment? We each come to the show with a TV binge suggestion. It might be a series, movie, or documentary but we'll give you the scoop so you can decide for yourself whether or not to dive in. Each segment is pulled from a show and shared as is in all its LIVE goodness. Join us LIVE every Wednesday at 9:30 PM ET / 8:30 PM CT Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/CTSYouTubeSubscribe Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

#truthseekers with Josh and Nick
116 _ Primal Man Pathway w/ Chase Tolleson

#truthseekers with Josh and Nick

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 27:56


"Any feeling felt all the way through is bliss" is a quote from Joseph Campbell that this week's #truthseekers guest Chase Tolleson reminds us of. What did he mean by this? Chase shares his perspective of the passing of his brother. Wow. The rest of our conversation focuses on how we as humans, and men in particular, deal with our feelings. "What do we do with our feelings?! Hide them in our muscles!" We have a good laugh at this mantra, and then focus on the more serious parts of being the creators of our own lives (quantum reality, reticular activating system, dispelling victim mentality, and so much more). Primal Man Pathway is Chase Tolleson's lifestyle brand. Click the link to check out more about Chase and his brand, and don't forget to watch this week's full episode. "The work is a lot easier than it seems". 1. Start. 2. Keep going. Thank you, Chase. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nick-davies7/support

Underdawg Talk
The Primal Mindset - Episode #49 - W/ Chris Fontana

Underdawg Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 49:03


My name is Chris Fontana and I am the Founder of Go Primal Lifestyle. I was someone who was extremely overweight and suffered from severe panic attacks, depression, and alcoholism. I struggled and wanted to give up and throw in the towel many times throughout my life, but my primal instincts kicked in and gave me renewed strength and energy. I realized I could either sink or swim, so I chose to swim. I kept on fighting and persevered in my battle with weight loss and panic attacks by shredding over 100 lbs and getting my life back! GO PRIMAL is the result of my inner battles and a way to give back to others experiencing their own struggles and ready to get up off the couch and into an active and healthy lifestyle! Through creating the Go Primal brand, my goal is to inspire, motivate, and remind people to find their courage within and change their life for the better! If I can do it, I know you can too. Go Primal is not only a brand but a lifestyle. When you are wearing the Go Primal logo, you are wearing the confidence to perform like a champion. Not only is Go Primal dedicated to providing you with the highest quality activewear, but we are also dedicated to providing you with the Tough Mental Attitude to face adversity with determination and perseverance through our Mindset Partnership Course. As someone who has faced adversity in life, I was forced to tap into my inner beast, Go Primal, Trust my instincts, & Keep going! The Go Primal Brand is a reflection of how I live my life and my goal is to provide you with the same mental tenacity to overcome adversity, Trust your instincts, & Keep going! Connect W/ Chris on IG: https://instagram.com/chrisfontanagp --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Garage Gym Experiment Podcast
Primal Armor on a Mission

The Garage Gym Experiment Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 28:32


Episode Outline (0:10) Who is Jeff? (1:10) Primal Armor (6:19) The Podcast (14:47) Jeff's Home Gym (18:39) Workout Routine (20:19) What advice would you give to others who are looking to get the most out of their home gym workouts? (22:45) What advice would you give to new parents to try to stay active? (24:47) Why Should Everyone Stretch More (25:54) What's the best way to conquer sugar cravings? Links: Donate to Primal Armor Primal Armor Website Primal Armor Instagram --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/garage-gym-experiment/support

Boundless Body Radio
The Primal and Carnivore Coach Tony Pascolla! 369

Boundless Body Radio

Play Episode Play 20 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 71:11


Check out our new Patreon page! Get access to the Boundless Body Radio Premium Podcast, with a new episode added every other week! Other perks include early releases of our episodes, extended video content, and group and one on one coaching!Tony Pascolla is a Physical Education Teacher, sport coach, Strong First Kettlebell instructor and personal trainer, and carnivore/fasting coach at Revero, a coaching company focused on helping people successfully implement a carnivore diet. Tony has had struggles with weight all his life, as a young kid, as a high school wrestler, and as an adult. Tony was vegan for 2 years, and realized that a vegan diet was not sustainable, he found the keto diet and then transitioned to a carnivore diet. He has worked to be a fat-adapted endurance athlete and competed an Ironman in 2021 primarily on a carnivore diet. Based is Chicago Ill, he works in-person, with both one on one sessions and group coaching, and also works virtually with clients all over the world, specializing in strength training and nutrition. He is most active on Instagram, where you can follow him @tony_theprimalcoach!Find Tony at-IG- @tony_theprimalcoachtonytheprimalcoach@gmail.comFind Boundless Body at- myboundlessbody.com Book a session with us here! Check out our new Patreon page!

J. Brown Yoga Talks
Esther Gokhale - "Primal Posture and The Gokhale Method"

J. Brown Yoga Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 88:49


Esther Gokhale, founder of the Gokhale Method, talks with J about alleviating pain through anthropologically informed postural work. They discuss the imprints of her childhood in India, how her studies in biochemistry led to acupuncture and the Aplomb Institute in Paris, the crippling back pain and unsuccessful back surgery that led to her lifelong crusade to vanquish back pain, indigenous cultures and J-shaped spines, the use of wearable technology, butt muscles and gait, and learning to turn posture knowledge into postural habits.   J. Brown Yoga Online Teacher Training - starts Jan 2023   To subscribe and support the show… GET PREMIUM.    

High Order Podcast
Primal Path Programming | November 14, 2022 - November 19, 2022

High Order Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 22:42


Monday (:10) | Tuesday (2:47) | Wednesday (7:07) | Thursday (11:16) | Friday (14:11) | Saturday (17:50)

Who Am I Really?
189 - Reckoning With The Primal Wound

Who Am I Really?

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 43:37 Transcription Available


Rebecca, from Tallahassee, Florida, grew up in a religious home where she was over protected and adoption was not discussed or explored. In reunion, She learned her social worker who helped her placement had remained friends with her birth mother and was able to connect them immediately. Rebecca is the documentarian behind the movie Reckoning With The Primal Wound, a visual exploration of the landmark book, "The Primal Wound" by Nancy Verrier. She's worked on the movie and an audio version of the book. One has gone very well. The other is blocked by a litigious brick wall that Rebecca didn't anticipate and that's triggering adoptee abandonment issues.This is Rebecca's journeyReckoning With The Primal WoundWho Am I Really?Who Am I Really? Website - http://www.whoamireallypodcast.com/Share Your Story - bit.ly/2imgrtv_ShareDamon's story "Who Am I Really? An Adoptee Memoir” - https://amzn.to/2Y9RNf8Social MediaFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/WAIReally/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/waireally/Listen OnApple Podcasts - http://apple.co/2oOd25mSpotify - https://spoti.fi/2RN3jcB Google Play - http://bit.ly/2oEU7bHTuneIn - http://tun.in/piyg9Stitcher - http://bit.ly/2DsqBxk_StitcherPlayer FM - https://player.fm/series/who-am-i-reallyPodbean - bit.ly/2I0ITeY_PodbeanYouTube - http://bit.ly/2oF3yrH

303Endurance Podcast
Eric Larsen Adventurer

303Endurance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 68:21


This week's guest interview is with Polar adventurer, expedition guide, dog musher and educator, Eric Larsen. Eric has spent the past 15 years of his life traveling in some of the most remote and wild places left on earth including Antarctica, the North Pole, Everest and the biggest challenge of them all - cancer.   Show Sponsor: UCAN Generation UCAN has a full line of nutrition products to fuel your sport. UCAN uses SuperStarch instead of simple sugars and stimulants to fuel athletes.  UCAN keeps blood sugar steady compared to the energy spikes and crashes of sugar-based products. UCAN also has hydration products focused on giving you the sodium you need when hydrating, including several clean and light flavors. Steady energy equals sustained performance and a faster finish line!   Use UCAN in your training and racing to fuel the healthy way, finish stronger and recover more quickly!  Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co   In Today's Show Feature Interview Eric Larsen Adventurer, Guide and Educator Endurance News Bermuda World Triathlon Series Race Results El Tour de Tucson, November 19 Ironman Arizona, November 20 What's new in the 303 Victoria Brumfield Now Chief Executive Officer of USA Triathlon You Get What You Give, Ask Primal Why Videos of the Week 2022 World Triathlon Championship Series Bermuda   Feature Interview: Eric Larsen Polar adventurer, expedition guide, dog musher and educator, Eric Larsen has spent the past 15 years of his life traveling in some of the most remote and wild places left on earth.   In 2006, Eric and Lonnie Dupre completed the first ever summer expedition to the North Pole. During this journey, the duo pulled and paddled specially modified canoes across 550 miles of shifting sea ice and open ocean.   Eric successfully led his first expedition to the South Pole in 2008, covering nearly 600 miles in 41 days. Eric is now one of only a few Americans in to have skied to both the North and South Poles.   In November 2009, Eric returned to Antarctica for the first leg of his world record Save the Poles expedition. This time he completed a 750-mile ski traverse to the geographic South arriving on January 2, 2010.   Two short months later he was dropped off at northern Ellesmere Island for a winter-style North Pole Journey. The international team reached the North Pole 51 days later on Earth Day - April 22, 2010.   He completed the Save the Poles expedition by reaching the summit of Mt. Everest on October 15th, 2010 becoming the first person in history to reach the world's three 'poles' within a 365-day period.   In March 2014, Eric Larsen and Ryan Waters set out to traverse nearly 500 miles across the melting Arctic Ocean, unsupported, from Northern Ellesmere Island to the geographic North Pole. Despite being one of the most cold and hostile environments on the planet, the Arctic Ocean has seen a steady and significant reduction of sea ice over the past seven years due to climate change. Because of this, Larsen's and Waters' trip—dubbed the "Last North Expedition"—is expected to be the last human-powered trek to the North Pole, ever. Eric Larsen (explorer) - Wikipedia Eric Larsen Explore   Kindred spirits indeed 3 day Gunnison Spring bar tent Camp stove Grew up in Wisconsin Read books about explorations; fascinated by Alaska Taught Environmental Education In January 2021, Eric was initially diagnosed with Stage 4 colorectal cancer, but upon further biopsies was categorized as Stage 3b. After a year of intensive chemotherapy, radiation and surgery, he is currently still in treatment. Cancer journey a lot like an explanation   News Sponsor Buddy Insurance: Buddy Insurance gives you peace of mind to enjoy your training and racing to the fullest. Buddy's mission is simple, to help people fearlessly enjoy an active and outdoor lifestyle.    Get on-demand accident insurance just in case the unexpected happens. Buddy ensures you have cash for bills fast.  Go to buddyinsurance.com and create an account.  There's no commitment or charge to create one.  Once you have an account created, it's a snap to open your phone and in a couple clicks have coverage for the day.  Check it out!   Endurance News: 2022 Bermuda World Triathlon Championship Series Flora out of the water second Raining on bike On the 3rd loop of bike joined by maya kingma Knibb was more than 40 back at the start of the bike but in 3rd place by t2 (45 seconds)   Vincent Luis led from swim to finish The front 7 gave an impressive t2 performance all coming it as a pack and dismounting in unison Blummenfelt and Yee were in a second pack   Results: Elite Women | 2022 World Triathlon Championship Series Bermuda • World Triathlon Pos First Name Last Name YOB Country Start Num Time Swim 1500m T1 Bike 40km T2 Run 10km 1 Flora Duffy 1987  BER 1 02:01:26 00:20:15 00:00:42 01:05:26 00:00:26 00:34:39 2 Taylor Knibb 1998  USA 7 02:03:04 00:20:46 00:00:47 01:05:32 00:00:32 00:35:28 3 Beth Potter 1991  GBR 2 02:03:17 00:20:47 00:00:42 01:06:45 00:00:24 00:34:41 4 Laura Lindemann 1996  GER 4 02:04:00 00:20:35 00:00:44 01:06:56 00:00:27 00:35:20 5 Taylor Spivey 1991  USA 3 02:04:05 00:20:42 00:00:44 01:06:47 00:00:26 00:35:27     Results: Elite Men | 2022 World Triathlon Championship Series Bermuda • World Triathlon Pos First Name Last Name YOB Country Start Num Time Swim 1500m T1 Bike 40km T2 Run 10km 1 Vincent Luis 1989  FRA 4 01:49:37 00:19:01 00:00:45 00:58:06 00:00:25 00:31:22 2 Antonio Serrat Seoane 1995  ESP 6 01:49:45 00:19:43 00:00:39 00:58:19 00:00:23 00:30:43 3 Roberto Sanchez Mantecon 1996  ESP 24 01:49:54 00:19:51 00:00:42 00:58:07 00:00:25 00:30:52 4 Jelle Geens 1993  BEL 1 01:49:59 00:19:49 00:00:41 00:58:05 00:00:21 00:31:06 5 Alex Yee 1998  GBR 2 01:50:04 00:19:40 00:00:38 00:58:21 00:00:26 00:31:01 6 Kristian Blummenfelt 1994  NOR 51 01:50:06 00:19:37 00:00:43 00:58:14 00:00:24 00:31:10   Tucson Bikes for Change to give out over 500 free bikes TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — Tucson Bikes for Change is giving out more than 500 bicycles for children in need, before the start of El Tour de Tucson.   These special children will receive a bicycle, a helmet, lock and t-shirt at certain locations, along with a free Tour de Tucson Kid's Fun Ride registration.   "This year, Serve Our City is excited to Partner with El Tour de Tucson and their Tucson Bikes for Change program by helping to provide volunteers at seven locations throughout the city to assemble 500 bikes provided by a host of great sponsors for children in need," said Outreach Pastor Robin Blumenthal.   “What a great way for so many partners to join forces and give Tucson kids the chance to experience the joy of riding a bike in our beautiful city," expressed Blumenthal.   TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — As El Tour de Tucson draws closer, drivers in the Tucson and surrounding areas will want to take note and prepare for upcoming road closures the day of the race, Saturday Nov. 19.   An anticipated 7,000 cyclists will navigate the Old Pueblo and surrounding areas beginning at 8 a.m. Multiple variations of the El Tour route are planned:   The Century - 102-mile route; 7 a.m. start The Metric Century - 62-mile route; 9 a.m. start The Half Metric Century - 32-mile route; 10:15 a.m. start The FUN Rides! - 10, 5, and 1-mile routes; 8:00 a.m. start   All routes start and end around the Tucson Community Center (TCC), with live music, food, beer garden and other exhibitors in the Eckbo Plaza, 260 S. Church Ave.   “It's important we let the Tucson community and its surrounding areas to the south – Green Valley & Sahuarita – know what roads will be closed during El Tour on November 19," said El Tour Executive Director TJ Juskiewicz.   "We want to make sure everyone is prepared for our road closures as they plan their day. Our ride begins at 7 a.m. and goes to 4 p.m. with roads being closed at various times. Those times are listed on the list we've sent," added Juskiewicz. Organizers suggest parking in one of the two garages at the TCC, or any number of the city, county or private surface lots in the area.   Bike valet services will be available at the finish line and is included as part of the registration for riders.   Mark Allen's brother Gary and his wife Michelle Allen   From Arizona to Bahrain – Five races still to look forward to in 2022 10 Nov 2022 by John Levison We may be approaching the middle of November and the racing calendar is indeed winding down for 2022, but there are a still several notable events to look forward to. Some stellar start-lists, high-quality races – and a very significant World Championship title showdown – still remain.   We've done a little forward planning and picked out five of our highlights to look forward to in the Pro triathlon world between now and the end of 2022.   IRONMAN Arizona: 20 November With live coverage of the event from Tempe, IRONMAN Arizona offers a $100,000 prize purse, four Kona qualifying slots (2MPRO / 2WPRO) and a pretty impressive start list, should the majority of these athletes all show.   For the men those names include Joe Skipper (fifth in Kona), the full-distance debut of Ben Kanute (second at the 70.3 World Champ), Mr Yo Yo Yo, Sam Long, IRONMAN Des Moines winner Matt Hanson, Chris Leiferman (fourth at the IRONMAN World Champs, St George), Kristian Hogenhaug (2021 World Triathlon LD Champion) and INEOS rider, Cameron Wurf. Lots of fast athletes on a historically fast course. What's not to like?   joe-skipper-kona-2022-bike Joe Skipper – Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images for IRONMAN The women are headed by Skye Moench (fourth in St George), Sarah True and Great Britain's IRONMAN Lanzarote champion, Lydia Dant.     What's New in the 303: Victoria Brumfield Now Chief Executive Officer of USA Triathlon COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Victoria Brumfield today was announced by USA Triathlon Board of Directors Chair Joel Rosinbum as the Chief Executive Officer for the National Governing Body.   Brumfield, who has served as USA Triathlon's interim CEO since early September, becomes the organization's first female CEO in its 40-plus-year history.   Brumfield has been a highly impactful executive within the organization for more than four years, serving as an innovative and results-driven leader for the sport and organization. Her vision and leadership led the development and implementation of USA Triathlon's most recent strategic plan – Elevate 2028 – that sets the path for the organization through the LA 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games.   “I'm honored to lead USA Triathlon during such an important time, and I want to thank Joel, the USA Triathlon Board of Directors and members of the hiring committee for the opportunity,” Brumfield said. “Multisport is transformative, unifying and empowering, and I am proud and ready to wake up every morning and bring this sport and community to more people. I look forward to working closely with our constituents and team to continue to spread the virtues of our sport far and wide, serve our community in a way that enables everyone to prosper, build on the development programs for youth and junior athletes, and celebrate our sport and community every day.”   A trailblazer and advocate throughout her career, Brumfield was hired as the first female member of the USA Triathlon's Executive Leadership Team. Brumfield's leadership has elevated and empowered female leaders within the organization at every level of the organization. Additionally, Brumfield has been a staunch proponent of diversity, equality, inclusion and access (DEIA) during her time at USA Triathlon and worked to make DEIA a focal point of the organization's long-term strategic plan, annual priorities and hiring processes, among other areas.   Brumfield has helped transform USA Triathlon's approach to service and the constituents it serves, most notably race directors, clubs, coaches, officials and age-group athletes. She has instilled a focus on building meaningful relationships with community members across the United States and emphasized the need for both resource development and initiatives and programs that drive value at the grassroots level.   Prior to her appointment as interim CEO Brumfield most recently served as USA Triathlon's Chief of Staff and Chief Business Development Officer. She led the turnaround of USA Triathlon from a transactional entity to an organization celebrated for its service leadership by fostering a culture of collaboration both internally and externally. With a people-first approach, Brumfield helped USA Triathlon earn best-place-to-work recognition by Front Office Sports, Outside Magazine, and Colorado Springs Gazette.   In 2020 Brumfield was named the Chief Business Development Officer, in addition to her Chief of Staff role, and led business development and partnerships. Under her leadership,U USA Triathlon led unprecedented commercial growth and strategic partnerships, even while navigating the Covid-19 pandemic.   In her role as Chief of Staff, Brumfield was responsible for directing strategic planning, managing and streamlining the organization's operational plan, and overseeing cross-functional projects with large-scale organizational impact. She also directly oversaw business administration including human resources, finance, and information technology (IT), for three years.   Brumfield currently serves on the World Triathlon Audit Committee and was a member of the SportsBusiness Journal “Game Changers: Women in Sports Business” 2020 Class.   Prior to USA Triathlon, Brumfield worked in the endurance sports industry for nearly 20 years across a number of roles that gave her both a broad understanding of the business of the sport and the opportunity to grow and inspire triathlon communities at the local level. Most recently, she was a founding member of the Virgin Sport start-up in Sir Richard Branson's global Virgin Group. Before Virgin, Victoria's roots were deeply embedded in triathlon as the former Event Director for the New York City Triathlon, IRONMAN US Championship, 2003 ITU World Cup in New York City, 2005 ITU Age Group World Championships in Hawaii, and 2004 USA Olympic trials for Triathlon, among others.   Brumfield is a passionate amateur short and long-distance triathlete and endurance athlete. She studied finance and earned a Master of Business Administration from the NYU Stern School Of Business. She currently resides in Colorado Springs, Colo.   You Get What You Give, Ask Primal Why By Bill Plock Nov 6, 2022–Denver  In 1998, The New Radicals released the song, “You Get What You Give” and it seems to have resonated strongly as a business mantra with premier cycling apparel manufacturer Primal of Denver.   As I looked around the room at the Four Seasons conference room during the PrimalBike 2022 gathering a couple of weeks ago, it dawned on me that between all of the rides represented here, well over $150 million is raised each and every year for a variety of causes; cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, college scholarships, community causes and so much more.   Between the rides, tens of thousands of riders explore roads in every corner of America. The reason they were all in Denver? Primal, a thirty-year-old company supplies cycling clothing for all of these rides and the cyclists who spend hours raising money and a lifetime rolling on roads.   Thirty years ago, Dave Edwards made some cool cycling t-shirts and sold them out of the back of his car in Moab. They were a hit and one thing has led to another and thousands upon thousands of designs later Primal has evolved into one of cycling's top brands of cycling wear.   Each year, Primal invites some of their top customers to meet and discuss the “state of the union” in cycling events and ponder the future, and share ideas on how to improve events and the sport of cycling. This year's attendee's included leaders from MS, RAGBRAI, Bike New York, Pan-Mass Challenge, Outside, and many others. All of the organizations attending, some for-profit and most non-profits, raise enormous money, but so does Primal.   Since its inception, Primal has given away over 12 million dollars. Says founder, President/CEO Dave Edwards about the gathering, “the most meaningful part is making connections and sharing knowledge and experiences. We're privileged to work with incredible partners, and we wanted to provide an opportunity for them to get together in a setting that inspires learning, conversations, and relationship building that makes their events even better while getting more people on bikes.”   The Pan-Mass Challenge, in particular, raising $63million in one ride for cancer research leads the peloton of charity. Said President, Jarrett Collins, “Primal is a great partner for the Pan-Mass Challenge because they support many of our teams with high-quality kits, AND they give back to the fundraising efforts of those teams, all in the service of defeating cancer!”   The group had break-out sessions focused on discussing a variety of topics ranging from sustainability to trends such as gravel, or as Jarrett Collins termed, “unpaved”. Steve Schulz from Cycle Oregon gave us a peek behind the curtains of their Community of Giving (COG) program and the impact their ride has on its communities and how it helps build everything from community centers to improving community relationships.   The group took to the streets and rode bikes to further build camaraderie and consider ideas aimed at getting more people on bikes and raising more money.   Ken Podziba, President of Bike New York holds the largest one-day ride in the United States, the Five Boro Bike Tour with over 32,000 riders (303 articles about the ride HERE) and said of the conference, “the conference, which was interesting, engaging, informative, and entertaining, provided an opportunity to learn from and collaborate with some of our country's top bike event organizers.  I left Denver with a much greater knowledge of Primal's creative and managerial processes, learning things we can apply to our events, and making some awesome new friends – now that's a successful conference!”   If you measure yourself by the peers you attract, Primal has attracted many of the best of the best when it comes to top cycling events and raising money for good causes. You Get What You Give seemed more than obvious at PrimalBike 2022.   Aspen unicyclist left his mark on famed Iron Horse Bicycle Classic It's only fitting that Aspen's Mike “Pinto” Tierney is going out “No. 1” in the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic.   Not “No. 1” as in the fastest in the famed race and recreational ride between Durango and Silverton. Nor did he log the most years riding in the event, which celebrated its 50th anniversary this year on Memorial Day Weekend.   Instead, he is the guy who has turned heads for tackling the grueling 47-mile ride over two mountain passes exceeding 10,000 feet on one wheel.   In Aspen, Tierney is famed for working 40 years on the exalted Aspen Highlands Ski Patrol and for ­regularly riding his unicycle up Independence Pass and Maroon and Castle Creek roads — and even on a ­variety of mountain bike trails in the Roaring Fork Valley.   In Durango and Silverton, he's known as the crazy dude who rides a one-wheeled cycle with no brakes up and down some of the most challenging passes in Colorado.   “A 63-year-old unicycling 50 miles from Durango to Silverton sounds a little crazy. I don't mind being called crazy,” Tierney said.   This year's event was his eighth and final Iron Horse. “I was the only unicyclist to do it, ever,” he said. Others started, none finished. He heard of a unicyclist from Cortez who rode the route, just not during the Iron Horse.   Unicycles weren't allowed in the event prior to 2005. Rules changed and Tierney jumped at the opportunity — and promptly got humbled. Six unis started. The other riders dropped out along the route. Tierney started with the two-wheeled riders and was quickly left in the dust. One restaurant hung a sign on the door saying, “Free food to Lance Armstrong and any unicyclist that finishes.” By the time Tierney finished, the restaurant was closed for the day because all riders had long since finished.   He changed strategy the next time he rode it in 2015. He started an hour early and got the flats north of Durango out of the way. In that and subsequent years, he got used to the racers sweeping by him on lower Coal Bank Pass, then the recreational riders catching him higher up the major ascent. He completes the ride between 6 and 6.5 hours.   It's not about finishing fast. It's about finishing on one wheel. Other cyclists marvel at how he can tackle the steep ascents and hair-raising downhills on a cycle with one speed and no brake. He rides a 36-inch wheel. He grinds up with 170mm crank arms and swaps them out to 140mm for the downhills.   Over the 45 years since he started riding a unicycle, he's learned to seek the slow cadence of pedal strokes on the downhill. If he cannot maintain it and gets going too quickly, he's got to jump off. He's never had to do it in his eight Iron Horses. While bicycle riders get to coast on the downhills, Tierney still has to work.   For Tierney, it was particularly humbling to get accolades in a couple of notable celebrations of the Iron Horse's 50th anniversary. There is a section about him in a book marking the anniversary, “Fiftieth Anniversary, Looking Back Racing Forward” by John Peel. His accomplishments also are included in a special exhibit at Fort Lewis College's Center of Southwest Studies. The exhibit, “Looking Back, Racing Ahead: 50 Years of the Iron Horse Bicycle Classic and Durango Cycling Culture,” is on display until spring 2023.     Invitation to TriDot Pre Season Project The Preseason Project® is a triathlon research initiative that helps TriDot quantify and enhance the performance gains that TriDot's Optimized Training™ delivers over training alternatives. Welcome to the 2023 TriDot Preseason Project (PSP) application.      Submit this 2-minute app to qualify for 2 FREE months of optimized triathlon training with the TriDot Mark Allen Edition.   PSP is an annual R&D initiative that helps triathletes reach their true performance potential through optimized preseason training. It also quantifies the substantial performance gains that TriDot's Optimized Training delivers over training alternatives.   You qualify for the FREE training if you meet the following criteria: Planning an Olympic, Half, or Full triathlon for 2023 season Train using a device with GPS and/or power Have not used TriDot in the last 6 months Not a professional triathlete Enthusiastic and motivated to get a jump start on your season! * Applications are reviewed and accepted on a first-come basis and must be fully completed to be considered.    Register For Free   Video of the week: 2022 World Triathlon Championship Series Bermuda: Elite Women's Highlights   2022 World Triathlon Championship Series Bermuda: Elite Men's Highlights   Closing: Thanks again for listening in this week.  Please be sure to follow us @303endurance and of course go to iTunes and give us a rating and a comment.  We'd really appreciate it! Stay tuned, train informed, and enjoy the endurance journey!

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The Biblical Mind
Wisdom of Primal Peoples in the Era of World Christianity (Jangkholam Haokip)

The Biblical Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 34:04


Christianity is a truly global religion, and every strand of Christianity has its own theological emphases. Western Christians tend to focus on individual salvation and the question of what happens when we die. But as we amplify other Christian voices, we find that the riches of the gospel might stretch far beyond our original conceptions. In this episode, Dru interviews Dr. Jangkholam Haokip, an Indian theologian, author, and former professor. Growing up in Churachandpur, Manipur, in Northeast India, Jangkholam converted to Christianity as a child. Drawing on his experiences with indigenous Indian culture and religion, he had the opportunity to develop a unique perspective on Christian theology, including Scripture's portrayal of sin's effects on nature, the value of yet-unheard perspectives, and the way that the gospels can affect the lives of whole communities. After his long career as a professor at Union Biblical Seminary in India, Jangkholam has founded the Bethesda-Khankho Foundation, which aims to transform indigenous Indian communities through education and poverty outreach. He also contributed to the recent book Voices from the Margins: Wisdom of Primal Peoples in the Era of World Christianity. Show notes: 0:00 Announcement about our upcoming event 1:22 Converting to Christianity 5:03 Further education and understanding the gospel 8:51 Individualism in Western Christianity 15:09 Sin and the health of nature 20:10 Tribal Indian thought in the biblical texts and Western theology 25:48 The value of indigenous theology 29:47 Christianity as a help for Indian history, identity, and culture 31:05 On Jangkholam's new book Voices from the Margins: Wisdom of Primal Peoples in the Era of World Christianity Show notes by Micah Long

In The Kitchen With Sterling Silver Premium Meats
11/10/22 | Technical Overview of Chuck Primal

In The Kitchen With Sterling Silver Premium Meats

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 31:02


In the first episode of our ten-part Beef 101 series, dedicated to beef primals and the specifics of all the different beef parts, Chef Pete Geoghegan discusses the chuck primal - where it comes from, what cuts are contained within the primal, interesting facts, and common uses.

Kinky Caption Convos
Primal Morality and Symbolism

Kinky Caption Convos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 132:14


Damn Dude Podcast
Domesticated Human-beings, Wait, I'm an Animal! Primal Instincts in a Modern Society, Depression and Sickness, What's Your Seat Worth?

Damn Dude Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 51:13


Welcome to the Damn Dude Podcast!! This is season 2, Episode 90!- Modern Day Domesticated Humans- Living with Primal Instincts in Modern Society, and how Anxiety/Depression and Extreme Feelings to the Point of manifesting Physical Sickness.- Feeling Sad and Depressed, When it Hits, How it Hits, What to do?- What are the Triggers that lead up to feeling Depressed? What's the exact Recipe and Ingredients that Equal that Depression Sauce?    - How Much is your Seat Worth?- How Much do you have to put in, to get a certain amount out?- Creating the Value of a brand new Seat and Getting the most potential possible by staying consistent.Remember to say 3 things you're Grateful for every morning and every night!- Available on all major platforms!@RealCaliforniaCal@DamnDudePodcasatAvailable on all major platforms: https://damndudepodcast.buzzsprout.com/- Apple Podcasts- Buzzspout- Spotify- Google Podcasts- Amazon Music- iTunes- Stitcher- iHeart Radio- TuneIn + Alexa- Podcast Addict- PodChaser- Pocket Casts- Deezer- Listen Notes- Player Fm- Podcast Index- Overcast- Castro- Castbox- Podfriend- YouTubeDaaaaaaamn Duuuuuude!!!!!Be sure to leave a 5 Star written review on Apple Podcast/Listen Notes! :)If you'd love and support the show, please feel free to make a donation to the Damn Dude Podcast!(link below)Anything and everything is Appreciated! :) Much Love, Love All.CashApp: $DamnDudePodcastSupport the show

The Dabble Co. Podcast
The New Primal Founder Jason Burke

The Dabble Co. Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 47:48


**This episode originally aired in March of 2022**Claire chats with the founder and CEO of The New Primal, Jason Burke. This conversation is an interesting one, discussing the intersection of health, healthcare and the broken food and medical systems. They also discuss terms like "clean" - what that means to both of them, and Jason's motto of progress over perfection. Get 20% off any product on their website by using this link: https://glnk.io/y40j/dabbleco Or use code Dabbleco20See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

High Order Podcast
Primal Path Programming | November 7, 2022 - November 12, 2022

High Order Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 22:43


Monday (:10) | Tuesday (5:13) | Wednesday (9:30) | Thursday (13:09) | Friday (15:32) | Saturday (19:02)

Primal King Podcast
PRIMAL FIRE-It's not the What...It's the Who

Primal King Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 13:42


Whether it's in business or life, we spend so much time thinking about what we need to do. We worry about what we need to learn... What if our relationships and the people we are surrounded by and learning from is actually MORE important? What if ONE relationship could change the entire trajectory of your business or your life? Being "in the right rooms" will often take investments and discomfort but in this episode Derek talks about two things that he recently signed up for that will put him in the right rooms and how you can do the exact same thing!

Adoption Talk by Spence-Chapin
Filmmaker and Adoptee Rebecca Autumn Samson on Reckoning with the Primal Wound

Adoption Talk by Spence-Chapin

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 22:08


On today's episode, we hear from filmmaker and adoptee, Rebecca Autumn Samson, who, along with her biological mother, Jill Hawkins, have released a feature-length documentary called Reckoning with the Primal Wound, which explores the 1993 book by Nancy Verrier, The Primal Wound, which has sparked discussion and interest in the adoption community for almost two decades. Rebecca shares with us her personal and professional journey in making the film, and the reactions from viewers she has received along the way. Let's get started! www.reckoningwiththeprimalwound.com/

Conversations with Claire
EP. 14: From Rock Bottom To Becoming Primal Swoledier w/ Eric Leija

Conversations with Claire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 80:44


In another episode of Conversations with Claire, we are joined by Eric Leija also known as “Primal Swoledier”. Eric is an Onnit Academy Senior Kettlebell Coach. He specializes in kettlebell training courses but he also incorporates other training tools and methods into his routines to get the most out of every session. He's been coaching for over three years but has been working out and living a fit lifestyle for over 12 years. What makes Eric so inspiring is the journey he has gone through to become the person he is today. Throughout his life, he's battled eating disorders and binge eating, alcoholism and substance abuse, and imposter syndrome. In this episode, he describes his life's downward spiral and the subsequent upward trajectory. It's impossible not to be captivated by Eric's journey from adversity to being the inspirational fitness coach he is today. Episode Highlights (0:25) Introducing Eric Leija (1:00) Claire and Eric's first encounter (5:30) Eric's childhood and school story (9:00) Eric's introduction to gym and fitness (12:30) Eric's transition to UFC fighting (17:55) Eric's experience with substance abuse and alcoholism (18:47) Eric's UFC role model and how he influenced him (23:59) Eric's association with Onnit in its early innings (37:03) How Eric came up with the name “Primal Swoledier” (39:10) Eric on content creation and social media (42:00) Eric's history of eating disorders and relationship with food (43:22) Eric's rock bottom moments (50:10) Eric's struggles to break unhealthy eating habits (55:40) What made Eric open up (55:53) Eric's experience with imposter syndrome (1:04:13) Eric's relationship with food today (1:08:25) Eric's recent breakup and downward spiral (1:13:12) Eric's fresh outlook on life and people (1:18:25) Three things Eric is grateful for today (1:23:00) Three things Claire is grateful for   Links: Website: https://www.ericleija.com/  LinkedIn: Eric Leija Facebook: Eric Leija  Instagram: Eric Leija (@primal.swoledier) Twitter: Eric Leija (@primalswoledier) Youtube: Eric Leija

Year of Plenty Podcast
Living Simply, Realfooding and Keeping the Old Ways Alive with Dr. Hillary Lampers

Year of Plenty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 159:36


This episode is a conversation with Dr. Hillary Lampers about living a simple life, focusing on eating real foods, and reconnecting with the old ways. As a doctor, Hillary offers a blend of Regenerative Medicine, Functional Medicine / Wellness, and Primary Care. Her areas of expertise include head & breathing conditions, brain health, hunting performance, pain management, hormone balancing, and digestion.Episode OverviewRelationship advice on how we can learn to accept each other fully, help each other grow, thrive, and be healthyReal foods and how they are connected to healthImportance of harnessing a healthy and working gutLiving a simple life and how immediate gratification is harming us as a societyHormone toxins from food and our environmentConnecting with nature, wild harvesting, and how it can enrich your lifeBuilding routines that mimic how our ancestors livedetcSupport the podcast via donations:https://www.patreon.com/poldiwielandhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/yearofplentyDo you follow the podcast on social media yet?IG: https://www.instagram.com/poldiwieland/Twitter: https://twitter.com/theyearofplentyFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/theyearofplenty/Sign up for the newsletter:www.theyearofplenty.comConnect With Hillary:https://www.instagram.com/dochillary/https://linktr.ee/huntharvesthealthOr subscribe directly using your podcast app. The show is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and many other platforms!Please rate and review the show in the Apple Podcast and Spotify apps. This always helps the show get ranked so that more curious foodies can explore real food and drink with us.I want to hear from you! Take the LISTENER SURVEY: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/KZW53RT

High Order Podcast
Primal Path Programming | October 31, 2022 - November 5, 2022

High Order Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 26:04


Monday (:12) | Tuesday (5:38) | Wednesday (8:57) | Thursday (12:32) | Friday (16:48) | Saturday (22:30)

Root Awakening™: A Health Podcast
Ep.56: Healing Without Thinking: Micah McLaughlin of The Vitalist Institute: Breathwork, Somatic Healing, Primal Instincts, Community, Altered States, Emotions

Root Awakening™: A Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 80:21


Micah is a Somatic Practitioner, Breathworker and a traditional Naturopath who has dedicated the last 20 years of his life to his own healing and transformation as well as the community he serves in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Micah is a co-founder of The Vitalist Institute as well as a co-founder of The Vitalist School of Psychospiritual Transformation. He is deeply passionate about supporting men in their growth and healing as well as rebuilding culture. In this episode Micah I talk about what breathwork is, why breathwork is healing and allows us to process emotions without thinking or talking through childhood traumas, the altered or non-ordinary state that breathwork causes, what is somatic therapy and somatic healing, what are some side effects of emotional healing and working through suppressed emotions, what kind of primal instincts can come up when doing breathwork, sensual and sexual reactions to breathwork, how breathing allows the body to heal and release trauma, how the nervous system plays into healing, fatherhood, conscious parenting, healing for other people during a breathwork class, why breathwork can make you hungry, how to deal with unconscious trauma, how to heal the subconscious, what kind of in person breathwork ceremonies are at The Vitalist Institute, why community is so important with healing, how community can help you heal, how you can feel safe when healing, why friendship is important for emotional health, how to feel physically safe in your body, inner child healing, rebirthing processes, rebirthing visions, past life healing, future visions during breathwork, how to connect to your intuition, bioenergetics, why being uncomfortable can be healing, laughing to heal. - THE VITALIST INSTITUTE -  INSTAGRAM: @thevitalistinstitute | https://www.instagram.com/thevitalistinstitute/ WEBSITE: CLASSES WORKSHOPS AND SCHOOLS: https://www.vitalistinst.com/ EMAIL: support@vitalistinst.com - CONNECT -  Connect with Emily to ask any questions that you have & share thoughts and feedback.  INSTAGRAM: @emilys.rootawakening | https://www.instagram.com/emilys.rootawakening  JOIN MY EMAIL TRIBE: https://keap.page/jmt235/email-tribe.html  JOIN MY GROUP COACHING COURSE: https://rootawakening.spiffy.co/checkout/manifestation-exploration   TAKE MY CONFIDENCE WORKSHOP: https://rootawakening.spiffy.co/checkout/confidence-workshop  PRIVATE COACHING: reach out to me on Instagram or email emily@rootawakening.co (.co, not .com)  EMAIL: emily@rootawakening.co (.co, not .com)  - SUPPORT -  Spread the word, subscribe, review this podcast, share this podcast with loved ones, share this podcast with your community. Let's lift each other up and become empowered together.  MUSIC BY: Pluto Monday | Esan is an incredible painter, musician, artist, and all around spectacular human. Support his work and prepare to soak up some creative energy: @plutomonday | https://www.instagram.com/plutomonday

The Anna & Raven Show
Primal Screaming

The Anna & Raven Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 3:55


A healthy way to relieve stress is screaming! Not just any kind of screaming, primal screaming. What is that and how do you do it? Check out the podcast! Image Source: Getty Images

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Primal King Podcast
PRIMAL FIRE-Business is different in 2022...now what?

Primal King Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 18:10


In 2022, we have SO many options when it comes to purchasing products or services. It's not like the "good ole' days" when we went to the local store to see what was available. Amazon will have products to us right away. We can take online courses and get virtual gym memberships. The question becomes this...how can you separate from this massive crowd? In this episode of The FIRE, Derek covers what changes you could make to your business right now and the strategies to affect growth right away simply by knowing what it is that will gain support with your tribe...

This World Blows
69. Primal Whites!

This World Blows

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 62:56


The 69/Piss crew debates todays biggest issues! + Wedding planning! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/this-world-blows/support

Saga Podcast
Saga Podcast S20E19 - Series en Serio

Saga Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 118:23


En esta edición del Saga podcast les hablamos de las series que están terminando en este momento como Harley Quinn, Primal y Cyberpunk

The Numlock Podcast
Numlock Sunday: Eric Vilas-Boas on the crisis in animation

The Numlock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 31:00


By Walt HickeyWelcome to the Numlock Sunday edition.This week, I spoke to Eric Vilas-Boas who wrote If Rotoscoping Isn't Animation, Nothing Is for Vulture. Here's what I wrote about it:This year director Richard Linklater released the film Apollo 10 ½: A Space Age Childhood, which is animated through rotoscoping. Essentially, live-action footage is painstakingly animated over using a technique that harkens back to the dawn of animation, a process that required a suite of about 200 2D animators for costs upwards of $20 million. The animated film, however, has been rejected by the animation committee of the Academy Awards, arguing it relies on live-action footage even though the film clearly surpasses the requirement 75 percent of running time must be animated. Linklater and company are ticked off, claiming that the branch has been captured by corporations and aimed at children, with 19 of the past 21 awards for Best Animated Feature going to CG-animated kids movies, and with just two independent studies winning.Eric is brilliant on the topic of animation, he was one of the founders of The Dot and Line animation blog and is one of the most plugged-in writers on the topic these days. We spoke about why the awards scene around animated film is chaotic, why it's a demoralizing moment to be in the field, and how streaming has upended the industry. Eric can be found at @e_vb_ and at Vulture.This interview has been condensed and edited. You wrote a really fascinating story about a new film that's coming out from director Richard Linklater. Before we dive into the whole concept of rotoscoping and whatnot, do you want to tell folks a little about your history with animation? You're currently at Vulture, you've got a long history of working in this space. What's been your journey in covering animation so far?I've been interested in this area of coverage for a long time. I always wanted to be an entertainment journalist. I always wanted to angle my career in that direction. A buddy of mine and I looked around at the space of magazine journalism a few years ago and we noticed, "Oh, there's no The New Yorker for animation coverage." No one covers cartoons with what we thought was a level of both consistency and seriousness.We started this website called The Dot and Line based off an iconic Chuck Jones short cartoon; that was in 2016. My friend and I, John Maher, started that site. That site was just our way of covering animation from a fan perspective and a magaziney perspective, a bloggy perspective, and also covering the business through the same lens.We never made any money. The Dot and Line shut down, we gave it a viking funeral in 2020, in the beginning of the pandemic, very lovingly.I always really loved cartoons and animation. I wanted to cover it more deeply and make sure that it had a place in the media ecosystem that I was working in. These days I've parleyed that experience into writing about animation for Vulture, for Thrillist in the past, for Hyperallergic, for The Observer. Now I'm currently in Vulture where I edit most of our streaming coverage, and then also work on the occasional animation and cartoons piece, which brings me to this topic today.I just wanted to make sure that we got that set up, because there's this idea that you've always been reporting on how there's tension in animation, how there aren't a lot of people who treat it seriously, that there's a tremendous amount of effort and art that goes into it but that mainstream sources oftentimes don't necessarily understand what some of the power and appeal of it is. That all really comes to a head in the story. Do you want to talk a little bit about Apollo 10 ½ and how it was made?It definitely hits a lot of points for me. Apollo 10 ½ is a rotoscoped movie directed by Richard Linklater, a very well-regarded indie filmmaker who has done both animated movies like A Scanner Darkly and Waking Life as well as live-action movies like the Before trilogy and Dazed and Confused, and a few other things that you might have seen before. Apollo 10 ½ is basically his latest animated effort. It was made by a large team of around 200 animators through a studio called Minnow Mountain, based in Austin, Texas, where Richard Linklater is also based. Apollo 10 ½ is essentially a coming-of-age fantasy story about a kid who gets to experience sitting in a NASA space mission.The opening hook of the movie is like, "Oh, we made the space capsule too small and now this preteen child must be signed up for a NASA mission." And it's a fantasy. It's meant to be fantastical in a way that live action can't be. Richard Linklater has talked about this, so that's all well and good. Apollo 10 ½ was released on Netflix earlier this year, over the summer. It was also submitted for Academy Award consideration for Best Animated Feature.Best Animated Feature is an interesting category and we can get into why. But long story short, the film was rejected from consideration over the summer on the grounds that it "did not meet the definition of animation" according to the Academy's feature animation committee.That's ticked a lot of folks off, because it is animated with a technique used called rotoscoping which as you wrote, goes back to some of the earliest days of not just animation but film, period. Do you want to talk about what the controversy is there?To give just a definition, rotoscoping is essentially you'll film something in live action. The tool that was invented was literally called the rotoscope, and it was invented by this animator Max Fleischer, who people might know from the Superman cartoons. These old 1940 Superman cartoons are some of the best cartoons of their kind even to this day; they're very well respected. He invented this thing in 1915 called the rotoscope. What the rotoscope is is essentially a multi-plane camera on steroids that allows you to film something in live action, and then to trace the images of what's been filmed into an animated form — to trace the outlines of something and create art out of it, essentially.The Fleischer brothers used this on a number of their animated cartoons. They had this series called Out of the Inkwell: They traced Cab Calloway, the jazz musician, dancing and doing some awesome moves in some of their cartoons. The upshot of all this is that it looks really good. It's an easy way to capture fluidity and a certain level of realism, without having to draw every single thing from nothing, essentially. It's a technique that's been used for decades upon decades by not just the Fleischers but also animators at Disney. Snow White heavily referenced a performer named Marge Belcher using similar techniques.It goes all the way to Ralph Bakshi's 1970s Lord of the Rings film, which famously uses rotoscoping. You can argue one way or another over whether Ralph Bakshi's rotoscoping looks good or not. I think a lot of it looks really good. Lord of the Rings is not a very good-looking movie, but it's interesting, I think.People feel a lot of different ways about rotoscoping. Part of the mystique of animation is that something is artistic and being delivered in front of you, in a moving way that literally tricks you to think that these images that are just layered on top of each other very, very fast are actually moving. That's the point. I think that it takes an element of the mystique out of it, or the artistry out of it, to hear later on, "Oh, that was traced," or something like that. But the reality is this is just a tool, it's just a technique that a lot of animators and a lot of your favorite movies have actually deployed over the years. A lot of movies that you might know.The crux here is that the animated film division of the Academy came to the determination that this wasn't an animated film, because it required rotoscoping as much as it did. And it's got a lot of people ticked off for a lot of different reasons.2D animators obviously have had a hell of a time just continuing their craft. Just in general, the category as you wrote has been really dominated by fairly colossal corporate interest for a while. Do you want to talk a little bit about what specifically this tempest is all about?I think it's really frustrating to anybody who knows about the history of animation to call a decades-old technique used in animation not animation. So that's one side of that argument.Another side of this argument is the corporate aspect of the specific animated feature award. It's not Best Picture, which has been around for forever. It's not as clear-cut as Best Actor or Best Actress or something like that. Best Animated Feature has been around since the year 2001, so it's newer. Ever since 2001, it's always been largely dominated by either 3D CGI movies and/or films that are owned or have been distributed by Disney-Pixar. To pull out some examples, I think Shrek won the first year, and last year Encanto won.I don't have the history in front of me, but every year it's an ongoing joke in the animation community like, "Oh, another CGI movie is going to win." And it's very rare that, number one, a 2D film wins, even more rare I think than that a film that's not owned by a large mega-conglomerate, either Disney or Dreamworks, wins.They've all been Disney, Pixar, Dreamworks, Sony, with the exception of one Aardman picture, and then Spirited Away.Two independent studios have won over the past 20 years, which is like, I personally don't like those numbers. A lot of folks can say otherwise.And then there's this other side of the argument, and I think the animator Phil Lord got into this a little bit when he tweeted last year and a lot of people tweeted: The larger cultural understanding of the animated feature category is that it's made for children. That animation is just for kids, and that this is a juvenile pursuit. I think that the presenters at last year's Academy Awards leaned into that.It was really patronizing, if I recall.Yeah. The tone of that is very patronizing. You look at the animator Richard Williams who passed away a few years ago, this is a person who is known for a hyper-realistic, very, very fluid animated style. He's the reason that Who Framed Roger Rabbit looks as good as it does, because he impressed upon his animators, "You have to make sure the eyelines match up between the cartoon characters and the actors on stage."You look at artists on his level or on a Miyazaki level, or to go back even further a Chuck Jones level, and to say that they are making stuff that's only for kids is, if it were me, if I were in their shoes, I would find it very offensive. I would find it very patronizing.It's an interesting category for a lot of reasons. I looked at it last year because I'm obsessed with the Oscars, and Pixar usually gets a bid, Disney usually gets a bid, Dreamworks usually gets a bid, one of the other biggies gets a bid. And then they'll usually get an international feature or one of the Ghibli, Aardman worlds.It's weird that there's clearly a degree to which the animators within the division have enough clout to get those nominees for those international features and those smaller indie features, but it does seem that the branch is dominated by the kind of folks who just want to give it to Pixar, Disney or Dreamworks.That's the story the numbers seem to tell us. I think one of the frustrations, and I understand why it has to be this way, is that you do want to know how these voting bodies work, but it raises a wide variety of complications if we knew exactly how everybody voted, but a lot of the stuff happens in a very opaque way. Richard Linklater, in my story, when I interviewed him for this Apollo 10 ½ thing, his words I think were, "We really just don't know who's behind this decision making." The only way that he can conceive of it is that like, they must have something against rotoscoping, or, against us, "us" speaking for the independent animators that he works with.To him, to them, it feels like a David and Goliath situation where I'm sure a film like the latest Disney-Pixar thing that is made for $150 or $200 million or whatever it is, they would probably have no trouble getting nominated for anything, for clearing through any of the rules that are stipulated. This film, which is made for $20 million and there's definitely an outsider feeling there on the part of him and his animators, they're running into trouble.It's a challenging category because again, the work is really fairly incredible coming out of even the larger houses, not to diminish any of that. It is just weird.That's the thing too. No value judgment, it's not an artistic judgment on the artistry of a film like Encanto or Turning Red which are stunning, beautiful animated movies. I cried during Encanto not quite like I'd cried in any movie that year that it came out. But I think the tension is really like, "Oh, why is animation only this?" I think that's the question that is on some of these other animators' minds and on Linklater's mind.It's almost entirely 3D animated stuff. Again, I'm a LAIKA stan, and it's just shocking to me that they occasionally get the nominations, but it's a little evident that the body is just going to be predisposed toward 3D computer-animated graphic stuff instead of the 2D stuff, instead of the anime stuff, instead of the rotoscoping and stop-motion stuff.Yeah. LAIKA is a perfect example; just everything that they put out is amazing, it just looks stunning and it feels like if they get a nomination, it's a good year.You also cover a lot about just how the business of animation and streaming has really fundamentally changed; a lot of that, whether it's Crunchyroll merging with Funimation, whether it's all these streaming services jumping directly into the world of animation and then some of them getting cold feet and then getting the hell out. It's been an interesting couple of years for the business itself. Do you maybe want to talk a little bit about streaming and how that's changed some of the math for animated stuff?I'm glad you asked about that because we're in this moment right now, this sense in the animated world that this idea that animation and animators are playing second fiddle constantly to the world of live action. It shouldn't really be that way. These movies and shows take a lot of effort to produce and they do connect with kids and with adults in very, very profound ways. But we're in this moment where it's like, "Oh, you have this corner of the entertainment industry that is doing all this stuff but it feels like it's not getting recognized."Even within that side of the entertainment industry, you have these aspects of it that are, like anything else, it feels like the big dogs are running the show, like the indie animators are doing their own thing, doing something different but then maybe they're being shut out of awards consideration.The same is happening on a macro level. In terms of what I've been covering, to take the streaming wars for example, part of the larger capitalist world in which we operate — for example, Warner Brothers Discovery, the company removed I think 36 titles off of HBO Max without warning over the summer as they were trying to carve down on overhead and slash $3 billion worth of debt which the merged company had inherited.A big part of that was animated shows. A lot of animated shows were in that mix. A few of them, like Infinity Train for example, an amazing show, a brilliant genius show, very not of the same mold as other programming like it, Infinity Train was spiked from the service and all their social media accounts were eliminated. I think the music on Apple Music was removed. This all happened within a span of a few days to a week.I don't know the status of Infinity Train's physical media, but the sense of it was that this show had disappeared off the internet, completely disappeared. And as a fan, you're kind of like, "What the f**k?" As a fan, you're like, "What just happened here?" Offhandedly, I talked to people who worked on the show, and they were also just confused like, "What's going on?" I think that they were all blindsided. The creator of the show, Owen Dennis, wrote a very good Substack post on that exact thing, that feeling of blindsidedness.You've got all these things going on and it's not helping. Animators, or people who are fans of animation, it doesn't help them that some movies are being treated with seemingly a different set of rules as other movies, debatable on whether those rules should exist or not as they pertain to the Academy Awards. It feels like they're being devalued by some of these large companies that own some of the titles that they worked on, either to slash them to just offload debt or to eliminate them entirely for no reason. It seems like the reason is money, which to me doesn't really seem a good reason at all.Then at the same time, something like the Academy Awards, and the award is presented, are we then going to be treated to some hacky line from the last year's best supporting actress or whatever saying, "Oh, animation is so good for kids. It's so great to watch when you grow up, this is what you do when you're a child, and that sense of wonder" or whatever.I don't know, man. If all this stuff is happening to you and you're an animator and you're already baseline underpaid, because everybody's underpaid in Hollywood or anywhere in media, you learn that your work is being devalued by the company you work for. You learn that, an opportunity that I have to go on stage and accept this award is being seen as this purely juvenile pursuit that only appeals to children. Again, we're speaking hypotheticals for all of this, but the multinational company worth billions upon billions of dollars that happens to have billions upon billions of dollars in debt, essentially disappears your cartoon from the service that it was running on?I would be demoralized. I'd be very demoralized.Demoralized is a really good word. It's also fascinating because it's objectively wrong. Adult animation, it's really hit a stride recently; demand is only going up.I alluded to Crunchyroll earlier, but again we've seen demand for anime go through the roof. It seems like it's very much a dated mentality that animated programming is exclusively for kids. It is just a separate art form in a way.You've written a lot in particular about how creatively we've been in a bit of a renaissance when it comes to what one can do with animation and who animation can be for.Yes, absolutely. I don't know, some of the best action filmmaking that I have ever seen has come from Genndy Tartakovsky, director and creator of Primal and Samurai Jack and Dexter's Laboratory. I interviewed him a few years ago and I can't remember the exact quote, I've got to pull it up in my notes. I think I asked him something on the level of, "Would you want to direct a live-action film?" or something like that. And for him, it's not about that. It's not about "graduating" from animation into live action. I can't remember the exact quote, but he told me, basically, it's all about filmmaking. It's all about composing shots, creating storyboards, getting the timing, getting the action and putting a film together.I just saw a tweet today, it's Steven Spielberg getting interviewed about something 30 or 40 years ago. He talks about how animation is the father of live-action filmmaking. The quote is like, "They need to know how a chipmunk rolls into a bank of snow or whatever, because they need to paint every motion of that chipmunk rolling over and over and over across 12 cells per second." This is Steven Spielberg. Steven Spielberg gets it. Why can't anybody else get it?I talk to folks in the comics world who say very similar things, where it's just, they're not trying to storyboard Marvel movies 10 years from now. They're trying to do something in a format that you can uniquely only accomplish in that. You can do things in animation that you cannot do in live action and that's what makes it very cool.It's not for nothing, but the conversations that are happening in the film and TV animated world are probably also happening at the same time in the VFX animation world. We're hearing a lot about these video effects workers on these Marvel movies talking about their labor issues, everything from increased workload leading to overly demanding schedules, and so the product resulting in it looking bad, the product looking not what a movie should look like and not adhering to some of these basic rules of filmmaking, framing and making sure what the stakes are. I think we're just in an interesting period where a lot of these big productions are coming out, you've got Star Wars, you've got all these Marvel movies, you've got the DC Extended Universe. All those require intense special effects like animators. And these two practices are very closely linked, even if they're not going after the same goals.Where can folks find you, Eric? Where can folks find your work and what are you working on these days?Yeah, I'm at Vulture. My Twitter handle is @e_vb_, and anything I write these days typically winds up at vulture.com.If you have anything you'd like to see in this Sunday special, shoot me an email. Comment below! Thanks for reading, and thanks so much for supporting Numlock.Thank you so much for becoming a paid subscriber! Send links to me on Twitter at @WaltHickey or email me with numbers, tips, or feedback at walt@numlock.news.  Get full access to Numlock News at www.numlock.com/subscribe

High Order Podcast
Primal Path Programming | October 24, 2022 - October 29, 2022

High Order Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 20:44


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Bottom of the Smash Mountain
Animelee is Done! Now What? ft. Primal

Bottom of the Smash Mountain

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 96:45


— 04x18 Notes — Vancity Primal talks to me about origin stories, modding in Melee, the story of Animelee, gatekeeping, and more! Check out Animelee! https://www.animelee.xyz/ Primal patreon: https://www.patreon.com/vancity_primal Primal twitter: https://twitter.com/vancity_primal 0:00 - Intro 0:30 - Let's get to it! 01:36:00 - Outro — About the pod — Bottom of the Smash Mountain is a podcast created, hosted, produced, edited, and otherwise run by Jesse “cyfer003” Wall (he/him), aka yours truly. That's right, I even write this whole thing out. One of my main goals for this podcast is to emulate what I hope to see in the Smash Community at large: a welcoming and safe environment. A couple of things about me: I love the Super Smash Bros. franchise, especially Melee. My wife, Jen, is my biggest supporter and I would not be here without her. To our two children, Ellie and Ezra, I'm proud to be your Daddy. Jen and I believe in the gospel of Jesus, which declares: “but God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” ‭‭Romans‬ ‭5:8‬ ‭ESV‬ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/BSMPod ALL STREAMING OPTIONS FOR THE PODCAST CAN BE FOUND HERE https://linktr.ee/cyfer003 #BSMPod #Interview #SSBM #Melee — Credits — Podcast Logo: original artwork by Blake Wall; used with permission. If you want him to do art for you, just DM me on Twitter, because Blake has no social media presence. Intro and outro music: Sport Racing Electro by Infraction https://youtu.be/PYrFA1AqTP8 Intro and outro video by sweetPopcorn who is available for commissions on Fiverr: https://www.fiverr.com/sweetpopcorn Interview overlays all done by Shiggles: https://twitter.com/shig_bot

Nobilis Erotica
Ep 477 Anything but That by TammyJo Eckhart

Nobilis Erotica

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 40:23


This month's story is "Anything but That" by TammyJo Eckhart, narrated by Vivienne Ferrari. This episode is sponsored by Literotica. Pick up Monster Whisperer, Second Class “That can't be,” Darina's whisper froze in her chest as the creature inside the cell snarled and snapped its huge teeth in her direction. She pressed her back against the cool stone wall of the basement and slid down to sit on the floor. She tried to control her breathing, but she just couldn't seem to get a breath at all, because there was a knot in her throat. As her eyes adjusted to the dim lights, she identified the creature; a huge wolf, “far bigger than any wolf should be,” her rational mind mused. She realized she was overthinking it and calmed down. She released her breath and took a slow deep one. Using techniques she trained into her submissives when they panicked, she counted out three slow breaths, but her body seemed frozen. “Jesus!” she gasped as the beast thrashed wildly, throwing its body around yet barely moving. Why wasn't it getting any closer to the bars of the cell? She counted her breathing as she watched it struggle. It finally slumped down and stopped moving. Its heavy, ragged breathing was loud in her ears. Its huge head and gaping fanged mouth turned toward her, and it took in a shuddering breath, nostrils flaring. Was it smelling her? The creature made a whimpering sound and turned its head and the rest of its body awkwardly from her. Darina found her body suddenly free, but she just sat there staring until the beast glanced back at her, whimpering once more before tucking its head as best it could between its chest and the arm farthest from her. “Is it afraid of me?” Fight. Flight. Freeze. “Primal responses exist not just in humans, but animals, too,” her brain supplied the facts as she got her legs under her. She pressed her hands against the wall to help her stand up. The creature flinched as she stood up. It whined as she took one, then two steps closer. How long were its arms, and was that the right word? Where must she stop so it couldn't reach her if it came at the bars? She took another step, then decided caution was better. Normally she was cautious when approaching new experiences or relationships. She grasped onto her new sub, the reason she was here, to help calm down.

Murphology Podcast
Episode 121: Listener Mail!

Murphology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 15:41


Time for some listener mail!! Thanks to all the listeners who take the time to reach out. I love it! Topics on this episode include cold weather bikepacking, biking with strangers, and Murph's drink of choice. Enjoy! Episode 87 about the GAP and C&O: https://soundcloud.com/murphology-podcast/episode-87-exploring-the-great-allegheny-passage Episode 93 about eh Elroy-Sparta Trail in Wisconsin: https://soundcloud.com/murphology-podcast/episode-93-exploring-wisconsins-elroy-sparta-rail-trail www.murphologypodcast.com linktr.ee/Murphology www.Patreon.com/Murphology A few great deals to send your way: www.hammerhead.io Use code Murphology to get a free heart rate monitor with your Karoo 2. www.lilytrotters.com Use code MURPHOLOGY to get 20% off your purchase of thee best compression socks! www.primalwear.com Use code PRIMALMURPH for 20% off your Primal cycling gear. Email me at murphologypodcast@gmail.com if you have a topic or the name of a cyclist you find interesting. Support my podcast at www.Patreon.com/Murphology and visit my Facebook, Instagram and website for daily entertainment!

Animation Destination
318. Primal Season 2

Animation Destination

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 100:26


Primal is BACK! Season 2 of Genndy Tartokavsky's current magnum opus has aired and we [...] The post 318. Primal Season 2 appeared first on The Destination.

Off the Cuffs: a kink and BDSM podcast
333 - Dufresne Kink Library: a conversation about sadism and screams

Off the Cuffs: a kink and BDSM podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 74:02


This week we sat down with Dana Valentine to talk about being a genderfluid sadomasochist, which encompasses their “bubbly sadist” side as well as their “pain slut” side. They have a unique relationship with primal play where they're forced into primal mode by pairing sound and scent with pain. We also talked about what it was like curating a kink/sex-positive lending library. Find Dana on Fetlife Dick's links Gwen's links Buy our porn on ManyVids Check out our sponsors for this week, Just E and Terrible Toyshop. You can find the Nipple Traps here! You can also check out the Nipple Clamp Showdown, a guide comparing all of the nipple clamps they offer. Keep us on the air by donating a buck or two to our Patreon! You can listen to an ad-free version of the show a week early, and you'll have access to our Discord server. We post a lot of fun bonus content, including monthly photosets, silly and/or kinky videos, and movie reviews. If you'd rather make a one time donation, you can do so at PayPal.me/OCPLLC. Find us on Twitter and Instagram: @ocpkink More by PODCAST JUKEBOX:Queers Next Door | Being ThereWill Sean Podcast? | The Goth Librarian PodcastDrinks with God | ProudToBeKinky | NO LOVE LOST Tags: Kink, BDSM, Fetish, Fantasy, Sex, Education, Positive, DIY, Punk, Nerds, primal, sadism, masochism, pain, slut, library, books, scream, erotic, sound

Primal King Podcast
Be GREAT!

Primal King Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 21:38


In a world that will make fun of the best student in class, be great. In a world that will try to keep you stuck, be great. We could go on and on but the reality is, once you achieve greatness in one area, you will learn how that can translate to all other areas whether that is in fitness, marriage, business or any area. In this episode, Derek talks about the importance of not only doing our best to become great at something but to also help raise the standard of those around us to be great as well. It doesn't matter if it's sports, poetry, speaking, 4-H or any other area. Greatness will spur more greatness. Go out there and be great at something!

EXP. Share: Pokemon Playthrough Podcast
Delta Episode, S.S. Tidal, Battle Resort, & Elite Four Rematch (#138)

EXP. Share: Pokemon Playthrough Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 61:34 Very Popular


With the Primal titans put back to bed, the criminal syndicate dispatched, and Steven still as sultry as ever, Admiral Squirt thought he and his beloved Mrs. Squirt could finally enjoy their golden years; Papa Cultura had already packed his bags and hopped on his personal Concorde, Latias, back to Italia—but it turns out there's a bit of an "Armageddon"/"Deep Impact" situation and they have to save the Pokéarth once again. While not as compelling as either of those films, the Delta Episode does take the trainers on one last ride from the edges of Hoenn to the edge of space. Will their Pokémon survive the journey? Will Josh's Mayor Cheat allegations against Tanner be vindicated? And who will win the final battle to determine the season's champion? Bug Catchers, we'll answer all those questions and more, other than whether either of us won the Contest Spectacular because honestly we forgot about that whole thing.

Primal King Podcast
Compassion is Bullsh*t...

Primal King Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 25:06


Derek is a little angry this week... Over the past weekend there was a tragic murder locally that should have never happened. It was something that could have been completely avoidable if not for our collective "compassion" that seems to be killing us; both figuratively and literally. Derek asks that you come to this episode with an open mind. If you do, it's hard to argue against what he is saying...

Barstool Rundown
Chris Klemmer Gets Primal | Barstool Rundown - September 29, 2022

Barstool Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 40:44


-Aaron Judge -Hurricane Ian -Jim Edmonds -Josh Allen and more! Presented by Curve: Sign up at curve.com/barstool to receive $20 in Curve Cash. Terms and Conditions Apply