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Struggling to rehab a muscle WHILE still trying to progress in other areas? Do you feel like an injury issue is holding you back completely?! In today's podcast we discuss how to balance rehab with overall progression within your programming!
Tuesday November 22, 2022 - Guests: Greg Grunberg & Chris Jacobs Announcement: the 2022 Purist Group toy drive will be at GVBC again Friday, December 2, 2022. This is also the day before Nicole's birthday. She requests in place of any gifts for her, to please bring toys to the toy drive! Sean Lee will be there in a new NISSAN to collect in person. Thank you! Now, on with the show... Chris Jacobs & Greg Grunberg are LIVE in Studio 11 to talk their new Zero to 60 podcast and Greg's absolute nightmare of new (old) Porsche ownership. Disaster! He needs help!! Chris bought a new (old) car as well and we find out if it went any better than Greg's... Progressing on to "The Caretaker" series, Epilepsy Awareness Month, Hagerty Ride Share & Mecum Auctions • PLUS: Jay Leno comes home and Conan O'Brien buys a BMW today on the #EastCoastFeed • THANK YOU for being with us #happythanksgiving
Hi Everyone! Welcome back to the podcast! This week we're talking about the answer to the question... How do we know when we are making progress? Progress is important to help us stay motivated, to build strength, form new habits and change our health. I'll share some easy ways to know if you're progressing and even some ways you may not have thought of. Wanna know more? Listen in! Get ready because the FREE 5-Day Fully Charged Challenge is back and we kicked off on Monday 14th November. It's not too late to join! It will be 5-days of… Simple health changes that will get you results 15 minute Pilates workouts Live trainings with me your personal Nutritionist, Pilates Instructor and Cheerleader A simple way to de-stress, improve your energy and wake up feeling Fully Charged! CLICK HERE to join me!
Are your hamstrings always tight? DocJen & Dr. Dom explain the difference between physiological tightness and the sensation of tightness, highlighting the neural modulation of sensation. They speak to how psychology perpetuates vicious cycles of tightness and how sensations of tightness are a protective response. They describe 4 causes of that "tightness" sensation, describing the relationship between anterior pelvic tilts, foam rolling, types of stretching, and breath on chronic tightness within the hamstring. As a multijoint hamstring, they speak to addressing the proximal and distal ends of the hamstrings, honing in on how to effectively load the hamstrings with adequate lumbopelvic control. Hydration with the right combination of electrolytes is game-changing for energy, fatigue, weakness, brain fog, headaches, and through breast-feeding! Staying hydrated with LMNT water. No processed sugars, but incredibly delicious! Get a free sample pack with every flavour. Click here!! What You Will Learn PT Pearl: 1:11 - Sensation vs Physiological Tightness 2:54 - Viscious cycles of tightness 5:38 - Nervous system & access to range of motion 7:57 - Hamstring: a multi-joint muscle 8:08 - Causes of "tightness" 10:42 - Anterior pelvic tilt & hamstring tightness 11:35 - Should you foam roll? 13:18 - Hamstring vs Nerve Stretch 16:48 - Why do you need to breathe during your stretches? 17:58 - How to load your hamstrings? 20:55 - Lumbo-pelvic control 23:56 - Hamstring exercises in standing 25:52 - Progressing hamstring tightness rehabilitation Watch Episode 258 on Youtube For research and full show notes, visit the full website at: https://www.docjenfit.com/podcast/episode258/ Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Optimal Body Podcast. If you haven't done so already, please take a minute to subscribe and leave a quick rating and review of the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tobpodcast/message
Paul didn't seek perfection in this current life, nor did he seek only progress instead of perfection, to settle for something less without a final goal. Instead, he told the Philippians to progress all the way to perfection, understanding that it is Jesus alone who perfects and completes us. And His work within us won't […]
Visiting the Faculty Factory podcast this week is our friend Rachel Salas, MD, MEd. Dr. Salas has plenty of pearls of wisdom for us when it comes to coaching, strength-based approaches for growth, and mentorship. “I am on the coaching bandwagon and I think it's much needed in academia, not just for faculty, but for residents, fellows, nursing students, medical students, everything,” she said. Dr. Salas is Assistant Medical Director with Johns Hopkins Center for Sleep and Wellness and serves as Professor of Neurology with Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore. Today's chat is a reunion episode where we visit with past guests and friends of the Faculty Factory community. You may remember Dr. Salas from her first appearance with us here on the Faculty Factory. She last joined us in October 2020 for Faculty Factory Podcast No. 92. The interview was called The Practical Use of Strength-Based Psychology and you can check it out here. “Next week I'll be a different person because I'm constantly thinking about who I am, how can I be better, and I'm really in a growth mindset,” she said. Learn More You can reach Dr. Salas here: email@example.com Find Dr. Salas on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RachelSalasMD More on Faculty Factory Coaching: https://facultyfactory.org/coaching/ Visit us on the Faculty Factory website: https://facultyfactory.org/ Visit the Faculty Factory on Twitter: https://twitter.com/faculty_factory
— “Mom, Thank you for simply trying. For always admitting that you didn't know it all, but you learned from one child to the next. Thank you for being all examples of both what to do and not do. You gave me permission to become the best parts of me. You encouraged me to stand firm on the foundation of God...believing that if I followed him, he would keep me. He has. I have watched you grow and evolve my entire life. This allowed me to know that change is continual and ever possible. You made me a woman that is resilient and wise. The journey through childhood was not simple, but I thank you for being the right mom for the trip. You are my mother, peace, prayer warrior, and messy friend when I need a laugh. I am the result of the greatest prayer you have ever prayed...thank you!” — Trachelle Valeria interviews Trachelle Thomas, M.Ed., LPC — She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Educator, Advocate, Change Agent, Speaker, and Owner of Progressing on Purpose Counseling. She is a Houstonian that has always had a heart for helping, healing, and teaching. She is a daughter, sister, aunt, wife, friend, and more. Her private practice birthed out of her desire to help the community as well as herself. She believes in the power of healing and being truthful with oneself to do the work. She stands by the fact that Mental Health awareness and practice is an artform that governs every aspect of our lives. She campaigns for accountability, growth, discipline, and reflectiveness. She stands by the belief that leading a life with a servant heart will bring about change that will ring through generations to come. This soon to be author has a mission and vision of being purposeful and intentional. To learn more about Trachelle Thomas and her work, please visit: popcounseling.com — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.
We always like to talk about the physical side of training, so let's switch it up and dive into the good and bad of the mental side.In Episode #346 of 'Musings' Juan and I discuss: my dislike of the progressions for PTS and HSPU, why Juan is a better runner for not caring about his times, whether the mental stress of goals is actually a hindrance, how we interact with other people in optimal workout scenarios, preparing to overcome injuries and having a rigidity to your workout sessions.A huge thanks to Kevin Finn (of Buzzsprout fame), Petar The Woke Up Too Late Slav and Liam F's Mum for supporting the show. They keep the cogs spinning!As always, we hope you enjoy. Mere Mortals out!Timeline:(0:00) - Deep hearted conversations!(0:33) - The Topic for today(1:26) - Achieving hard skills without putting in the work(4:44) - Forcing yourself to do 'unfun' exercises(11:50) - Can you achieve goals without setting goals?(15:30) - The blend of focus and communication: maximum effort(20:19) - Don't talk to Juan in the gym(24:41) - Chat comments(25:42) - Boostagram Lounge(29:04) - Progressing past the point where an injury occurred(36:40) - Mentally preparing for an injury(45:19) - Pre-planning your workout(50:17) - Value for valueIntro Music by 'Signs Of New Growth':https://podcastindex.social/@SignsOfNewGrowthConnect with Mere Mortals:Website: https://www.meremortalspodcast.com/Discord: https://discord.gg/jjfq9eGReUInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/meremortalspodcast/
We tend to fall into two patterns over the holidays:1. You add extra cardio to "burn off" food that you enjoyed over holiday parties or 2. You get so overwhelmed that you throw in the towel completely. In this episode, I explain how longer, moderate-intensity workouts are not the answer this time of year and how to set an effective routine that will not burn you out. 0:00: Introduction 2:54: Typical holiday exercise patterns vs. a new approach5:50: The stress bucket 11:00: Dr. Shannon's personal example 17:31: How to build an effective program without burning out 20:22: Moderate intensity fitness classes 24:20: How to adapt your schedule around the holidays 26:50: Incorporate more time for relaxation 27:46: How to assess if your routine is overflowing your stress bucket 34:35: Summary8 free Evlo classesFollow Dr. Shannon on IG14 day Evlo trialBEST OF WEEK SIGNUP (sign up before 11/13/22)
By understanding disease risk through the information found in a person's genome, scientists can develop more effective therapeutics and clinicians can treat their patients more effectively. In this episode, we talk to Kári Stefánsson, founder and CEO of deCODE Genetics, a Reykjavik-based biopharmaceutical company that collects and analyzes genealogical, medical, and genomic data at a national scale in order to identify variants that cause disease. We discuss his pioneering work in population-scale genetics, its applications in precision medicine and the healthcare system, and the difficult questions that access to these data raise. To dive further into this topic, please join Amgen scientists at the Human Data Era Q&A webinar discussion on November 16, 2022. Register for the event here. Welcome to The Human Data Era, a special edition podcast series produced by The Scientist's Creative Services Team. This series is brought to you by Amgen, a pioneer in the science of using living cells to make biologic medicines. They helped invent the processes and tools that built the global biotech industry, and have since reached millions of patients suffering from serious illnesses around the world with their medicines. By studying human genetics, scientists discovered mechanisms that, when defective, cause disease. While this type of data is powerful, additional information can provide more insight on the human condition. Researchers and clinicians can now go beyond genetics, combining proteomics, metabolomics, transcriptomics, and environmental factors into a broad category of human data. In this series, Ray Deshaies, senior vice president of Global Research at Amgen, explores the potential of human data and the important transition scientists and clinicians are making to incorporate this wealth of information into drug research and development.
Hypertrophy nerds rejoice…we have another episode with my good friend Bryan Boorstein. Today we're talking about how to set up RIR at the start of a program and how to progress it week to week. We compare two logical ways of setting this up and discuss the pros and cons of each…although at the end of the day both can work extremely well.We also discuss training to failure and beyond. Is it worth it? Or should you just train to 2-3RIR for everything if it provides the same gains for less fatigue…Or does it?Where to find Bryan⬇️InstagramPodcastParagonWhere to find me⬇️IG: @JordanLipsFitnessPodcast: Where Optimal Meets PracticalWebsite: JordanLipsFitness.comJordan's Coaching Options⬇️Apply for 1:1 Coaching HEREGroup Programming [Gym Program]Group Programming [Home Gym]Helping you find the balance between OPTIMAL and PRACTICAL
Why Your Kids Aren't Listening or Progressing Frustrated that your kids aren't progressing or listening to you? Of course you are. Have you noticed the more you push your strong-willed kids, the more they resist? The more you lecture, the less they listen? The more you try to control them, the more they shut down? Kirk shows how to get your kids to listen and be responsible for themselves. Early Access to our Black Friday Sale continues this week! Take advantage of the Lowest Prices of the Year at https://celebratecalm.com/black-friday/ Want to book a LIVE EVENT in 2023?! We are now booking IN PERSON and Zoom events for schools, PTAs, churches, synagogues, corporations, and agencies! Simply email Casey@CelebrateCalm with LIVE in the subject line and he'll share a one-page proposal within hours. It's EASY! Questions? Need help deciding on the best tools for your family? Email Casey@CelebrateCalm.com and Casey will help you personally! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
John talks to ESPN Vikings insider Kevin Seifert previewing this weekend's matchup with Minnesota at Fed Ex Field. Plus John weighs in on the latest on rumored potential new owners. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Logan and Craig Continue the analysis of the win over the Indianapolis Colts by looking at the offensive scheme that Scott Turner and Taylor Heinicke played. What Logan and Craig see is that when the play scheme starts to play it confuses opponents. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Find Alex: https://beddowsdesign.carrd.co/Learn Environment Art: https://www.cgspectrum.com/career-pathways/environment-artistJustin interviews Alex Beddows, a Senior Environment Artist at Respawn Entertainment, about how to get ahead in the industry and his pragmatic perspective on career advancement. Alex shares how personal projects like his podcast 'Game Dev Discussion' helped him to network and land jobs, and how his background in sports (rugby) has been a pivotal asset for building leadership in the studio. He shares practical tips about how to research for a position you want and determining the scope of a project, and answers listener questions about inspiration, mental bandwidth, and preferred software for environment art.Alex is an environment artist with nearly 10 years of experience in varying sectors of the game industry, from mobile to AAA, on titles including Returnal, Scavengers, and Godfall. He also worked at ArtStation as a consultant. Alex currently resides at Respawn Entertainment as a Senior Environment Artist. As well as being an artist, Alex hosts the ‘Game Dev Discussion' podcast dedicated to the games industry, where he speaks with people from all aspects of games with a strong focus on environment art.
On today's episode of "On the Margin", Darius Dale CEO of 42 Macro joins the show for a discussion on the Fed's tightening cycle. By tracking the effects of liquidity on financial markets, Darius shares his framework for assessing the current tightening cycle the Fed is embarked on in their quest to fight inflation. While 2020 and 2021 saw markets soar to new highs in a liquidity cycle & growth upturn, 2022 has seen the opposite as the liquidity cycle downturns. In order to understand the market cycle, you must first understand the liquidity cycle, but to hear that, you'll have to tune in! -- Follow Darius: https://twitter.com/@42macroDDale Follow Mike: https://twitter.com/MikeIppolito_ Follow On The Margin: https://twitter.com/OnTheMarginPod Follow Blockworks: https://twitter.com/blockworks_ Get top market insights and the latest in crypto news. Subscribe to Blockworks Daily Newsletter: https://blockworks.co/newsletter/ -- Circle's USDC is one of the most trusted and widely used stablecoins in the digital asset industry. Check out their Transparency Hub at circle.com/transparency that outlines everything from links to USDC weekly reserve reports, monthly attestations, and blog posts written by their executive team highlighting how and why USDC was built the way it is. -- Referenced In The Show: Progressing Through The Tightening Cycle: https://www.bridgewater.com/research-and-insights/an-update-from-our-cios-progressing-through-the-tightening-cycle -- Timestamps: (00:00) Introduction (00:57) The Liquidity Cycle (07:58) Where Are We In The Liquidity Cycle? (16:12) The Fed Is Looking In The Rear View Mirror (19:24) Progressing Through The Tightening Cycle (24:08) Circle Ad (25:27) Tracking The Inflation Cycle (34:17) Measuring Liquidity Using The GRID Framework (40:45) Final Thoughts: Darius' Outlook On Markets -- Disclaimer: Nothing discussed on On The Margin should be considered as investment advice. Please always do your own research & speak to a financial advisor before thinking about, thinking about putting your money into these crazy markets.
The guys discuss the Bears loss to the Cowboys and how Justin Fields and the offensive progression feels real. The guys talk to fans about Roquan Smith being traded to the Ravens. Plus, Impromptu Zoo News. Are more moves coming for the Bears?
Ben grew up in in the small town of Perkinsville along the Connecticut River in the state of Vermont. With a French background and Ben's family based out of New Hampshire and New Orleans he saw many different great dishes such as crawfish boils and fresh shellfish. Ben started early in the culinary world by working in a small NY and Sicilian style pizzeria in Vermont at the age of 14. Progressing through other pizza restaurant opening Ben started working at a more upscale French Polynesia restaurant called Tilley's Cafe and later moved to San Francisco working at Bar Bambino learning under Top Chef Alum Chef Elizabeth Binder.On a whim, Ben took an opportunity to work abroad and booked a one way ticket to Italy. Ben spent some time in Italy and Spain working in different locations and living with families throughout the countries. Ben learned how to make fresh pasta and so much much more. Ben talks about how he was treated like family and the amazing connections with food.After returning to the States, Ben was offered an another opportunity to take on owning his own butcher shoo along with his business partner. Hence Gambrel & Co. Craft Butchery in Redwood City,CA was born in 2015. Not only does Ben provide the community on the Peninsula great meat and poultry , he offers some of his favorites he makes in house like crepinettes, duck confit, bolognese and many different sausages. Go visit Ben and get some delicious goods! Gambrel & Co. https://www.gambrelandco.com/
Most times when you change things, nothing happens… Let's talk about changing the way you perceive your lack of progress in your journey, what are the actual root cause of these stalls in forward progress, and why skipping the basics will lead to your failure. To join our FREE academy, go here: http://www.facebook.com/groups/elev8coachingfreecommunity/ To learn more about our coaching programs, DM me “Elevate ” on IG: https://www.instagram.com/gainwithcain24/ Apply to Work With Me Here: https://jasonlcain24.typeform.com/to/bMV5IOno?typeform-source=linktr.ee
Thank you all for your questions! Submit them anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org or DM me on Instagram @fitmomlifetothefullest!Grab my free macro cheat sheet here:https://fitmomlifetothefullest.com/____________________________________________________________________________________My pregnancy and postpartum programs are ALWAYS available right here:https://fitmomlifetothefullest.com/programs/Schedule a 30 minute coaching call with me here:https://fitmomlifetothefullest.com/contact/Sign up for my 8 week beginner challenge or work with me one-on-one here:https://fitmomlifetothefullest.com/group-and-personal-training-menu-2021/Get a free two week trial of my monthly workout group- Chasing Greatness here:https://fit-mom-life-to-the-fullest.teachable.com/p/chasing-greatness____________________________________________________________________________________For recipes, workouts, and tips- follow me on:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fitmomlifetothefullest/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fitmomlifetothefullestEmail: email@example.com
The 49ers could be getting some key pieces back as multiple players continue to progress in the right direction --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/49ers-cutback/support
In this episode we Wadeoutthere with Zach Vandehey from Hood River, Oregon. Zach is an Oregon native who always had a river in his backyard growing up. He began fly fishing at an early age and loves the adventure that comes from fishing his home waters of the Deschutes River year round. We discuss the Deschutes and how we can progress and learn from competition fly fishing.You can learn more about Zach's fly fishing journey through his Youtube channel:Flying TiesOr follow along on his Instagram:@zachvandeheyTo learn more about the competition fly fishing world, or if you are interested in participating in some of the new regional competitions visit:Flycomps.comFor more fly fishing stories, lessons learned, and artwork check out my blog and online gallery at:https://wadeoutthere.com/Visit KarmikOutdoors.com and use promo code WOT25 for 25% off and free shipping on any order.Listen to Karmik's founder on the Wadeoutthere Podcast: Ep. 34 South Fork of the Boise River with Robert GillinghamKarmik Outdoors. Lost. Found. Connect.
Co-hosts Damichael Cole and Joe Mullinax discuss the latest update on Jaren Jackson Jr., Ziaire Williams and predict how the Memphis Grizzlies will finish in the Western Conference this season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Lairdinho and psufans2 discuss what Sorare managers should consider when they begin to think about progressing to Super Rare competitions, including the types of cards they should target and why analyzing rewards is so important.
Manchester United need a Scott McTominay injury-time winner to beat Omonia Nicosia, Jason Cundy challenges the idea that the Red Devils are getting better, Bukayo Saka leads Arsenal to victory over Bodo/Glimt, Gary Lineker backs England as dark horses at the World Cup next month and Simon Jordan defends Rangers after they were thumped by Liverpool. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
On today's episode, Brandon looks at the latest injury developments regarding QB's in the NFL. Baker Mayfield, Dak Prescott, and Tua all have their week 6 status in question. Plus, a betting lean for today's Padres/Dodgers game 2. In less than 5 minutes, Brandon Kravitz gives you quick, clear updates from around the world of Sports Betting and Daily Fantasy. ➡️ Follow @BrandonKravitz on Twitter...RotoWire 10-Day Trial: RotoWire.com/Pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this Wednesday's installment of Locked On Texans, top takeaways from Nick Caserio's media availability as the Houston Texans enter the bye week. Is Caserio planning on making more moves? And what are his thoughts about the team's current salary cap space? @cotydavis_24, @John_Hickman12, @LockedOnTexans. Intro music by Solo Hendrix Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the second hour, Dan Bernstein and Laurence Holmes were joined by Score football analyst Anthony Herron to discuss the Bears' 29-22 loss to the Vikings on Sunday, Chicago quarterback Justin Fields continuing to show progress and more. Later, they discussed how coach Matt Eberflus' HITS principle isn't being followed closely enough by many Bears players.
Lairdinho and psufans2 discuss what Sorare managers should consider when they begin to think about progressing to Pro competitions, including the types of cards they should target and why patience is necessary.
Eric Mac Lain joins Adam to talk college football and where he sees the teams within the ACC progressing this year, even after Week 4. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Eric Mac Lain joins Adam to talk college football and where he sees the teams within the ACC progressing this year, even after Week 4. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Die 43. Episode der Serie Progressing Beyond II ist online! Zusammen mit Marvin besprechen wir regelmäßig unsere Improvement Season und gehen dabei auf unterschiedliche Themen ein. In dieser Folge besprechen wir Marvins und Jans Prozess der letzten Wochen und alles, was du 3 Days out wissen solltest bezüglich der Peak Week, der Anreise, des Shows Days uvm. Danke für eure Aufmerksamkeit! Wenn euch der Podcast gefällt, würde ich mich sehr über ein Abo, Like & Kommentar auf YouTube sowie ein Review in eurer Podcast-App freuen! Danke für euren Support! MAX MPS Radio ist auch auf allen Podcast-Plattformen verfügbar: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/de/podcast/max-mps-radio/id1349774992?mt=2 Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/janfrisse Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1OmzAJuchpHk8NQVUWiWGS ________________________________________ Marvins Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marvinhaupt_/ Marvins Coaching: marvinhaupt.com E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ________________________________________ Webseite: http://janfrisse.de Online Coaching: https://janfrisse.de/coaching/ Beratungsgespräch: http://janfrisse.de/kontakt E-Mail: email@example.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/janfrisse Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX_O44SkXYEw3-DilXpScKA EVO Sports Fuel: www.evosportsfuel.de/ - Code “Jan”
Welcome back Queens and Kings! If you've ever looked back at some of your recent achievements and felt bad about not being further along now, this episode is perfect for you. Here's what I cover in this episode: You're growing and evolving way more than you think, you're just using inaccurate indicators for growth, and that's why you feel bad. We often assess our progress on a yearly perspective. Why? Often, a more relevant time frame is 3-5 years. How to no longer feel bad if you feel you've been "digressing": Imagining that you wake up one morning with no recollection of the past so you can start with a clean slate. Divine timing can distort our perception: a past client example. Connect with Ines: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/inespadar Join the 4k members in our private community - https://www.facebook.com/groups/Conquer|mpostorSyndrome/ (https://www.facebook.com/groups/Conquer|mpostorSyndrome/) Are you ready to rewire your Subconscious mind for Abundance? Download the FREE Hypnosis audio here: https://inespadar.ch/abundancerecording/ (https://inespadar.ch/abundancerecording/)
John Giles joins Eamon to review Ireland's performance against Scotland in the Nations' Cup and to talk about the England team's recent decline in the run in to the World Cup in Qatar.Recorded 26th September 2022. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-stand-with-eamon-dunphy. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode 8 of “The 15 Minute Juice” Dr. Mike and I discuss How do I know my athletes progressing in PT and what measurements are we using to determine progress. Another great question and answers, that parents and athletes should be hearing.
It's Wednesday which means it's offensive line deep dive day! Mike shares the best and worst plays from the offensive line against the Dallas Cowboys, and shares his thoughts on how they have progressed through two weeks of the regular season. Tune In! Subscribe to It's Always Gameday in Cincinnati wherever you get your podcasts! Remember to rate and review! Follow Lindsay & Mike on Twitter @LndsPatterson and @bengals_sans. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Whenever the season changes, I always take inventory of my goals to kinda see where I'm at. Am I progressing to the goal? And if I'm not, then I go ahead and try to change things up just a little bit, so I can progress to the goal. This is also applicable when filing for your VA claims. Where are you right now? What's your goal? What's your next step? Whenever there's a change in the seasons, try to check your goals, your progression and see where you want to be.*********Got some questions? I'd love to answer them!Email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgAre you ready to get the VA rating you deserve? Work with me at http://www.coachairborne.com/ and start your path to winning your VA disability claim.VA Claims Insider Veterans helping veterans get the VA Disability Rating They DESERVE.
(00:32) Could you provide a little bit of background about yourself, please?(01:01) Please give us a brief overview of the new PIK3CA assay. (02:09) Why do we offer two different tests, and when should each be ordered?(03:58) Which patients should have this testing?(04:39) Is this testing used for patients being considered for second-line treatment after first-line hormone receptor treatment?(05:20) Is there anything else you would like to add about the PIK3CA testing?(06:23) Why is it important to know the molecular signature of these tumors?
Welcome to Episode #52 of the Wild Yoga Tribe Podcast! This week, I welcome Alberto Dos Reis Mendonça onto the show. My conversation with Alberto, a yoga teacher from East Timor, was really interesting as he really walked us through what his country is like to live in— with no sugar coating— and what yoga is like there as it has been present on the island for less than a decade. I hope that this conversation made you want to learn more about East Timor, and also to consider how yoga in spaces and places, like in prisoners, cooperate offices, and with special Olympic athletes, can be a gift to the whole community. If you're looking to tune into a podcast episode that is about East Timor A to Z, then this is the conversation for you. Tell me more about Alberto Dos Reis Mendonça Alberto Dos Reis Mendonça was introduced to yoga in his late twenties, in 2018, through an introduction yoga class for Juventude ba Dezenvolvimentu Nasional (JVN) where he was volunteering. Progressing in his practice quickly, he started to teach his fellow students and share it also with some of his family members. Three months after his journey with yoga started he began a yoga teacher training and internship with Dili Ashtanga Yoga. Alberto also teaches yoga at hotels, public places, many different organizations, government offices, and community classes. He also teaches yoga for the special Olympics and with the people who are in prison. Alberto teaches Ashtanga Yoga, Hatha yoga, and Vinyasa yoga. He completed his yoga teacher training certification program under Ahimsaka who is the founder of Dili Ashtanga Yoga, and he still works there today. For the skimmers - What's in the yoga in East Timor episode? Only one yoga studio in an entire country! Yoga giving the gift of connection Teaching yoga in prisons and with the special olympics How yoga and the Baháʼí faith share similarities What is East Timor really like? What to expect in the Yoga In East Timor episode of the Wild Yoga Tribe Podcast During our conversation, Alberto walked us through what yoga means to him, and how yoga is growing in his community. As yoga has only been on the island itself for five, six, or seven years according to his estimate— yoga is absolutely still growing there. Alberto teaches yoga in a lot of different places and spaces, like in prisoners, in corporate offices, and with the athletes in the special Olympics. Alberto is enjoying very much, sharing the gifts that yoga can give with his community. Connect with Alberto https://diliashtangayoga.wordpress.com/ https://www.facebook.com/yogatimorleste/ Want more? Head on over to my website https://wildyogatribe.com/thepodcast/ Questions? Comments? Let's get social! https://www.instagram.com/wildyogatribe/ https://www.tiktok.com/@wildyogatribe https://www.facebook.com/wildyogatribe https://twitter.com/wildyogatribe Support the podcast: https://www.patreon.com/wildyogatribe --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wildyogatribe/message
For Tina Dokken, hunting started with a chocolate lab. She was determined to be the best fur-parent she could be, and took her dog all over. She met her husband at a dog festival, and that's when her journey into sporting started in earnest. Tina is a gifted teacher -- both in person and over her YouTube Channel, Tina DokkenUnleashed. She talks about how learning is a mindset, and being curious and willing is the path to an adventurous life with your animals. 3:00 Tina's Mexican pheasant recipe 5:30 Getting your chocolate lab into hunting 6:00 GameFair festival (like a state fair for dogs... also a place to find a husband!) 9:00 The freeze-thaw longevity of a single duck used for scent training 13:00 Being a great learner carries over to being a great teacher 15:00 Visual vs. verbal learning 18:00 When your dog chooses your husband 21:00 Learning from people who aren't your spouse/partner 23:00 Eye dominance 25:00 Shooting stance 30:00 Developing a mount technique 34:00 Progressing to other shots (and clays vs. real-life hunting) 36:00 Franchi shotguns and short-stock guns 41:00 Bridging the dog work with hunting 46:00 Hunting by yourself means following your dog (versus the others in your party) 49:00 Trusting your dog 53:00 Pheasant tricks 55:00 Hunting quietly with dogs 56:00 Snare-prepared... "you never know" 58:00 Gun safety... it's a journey, and you never stop improving; show off your empty barrel 1:00 "Tina Dokken Unleashed" YouTube channel 1:05 Archery hunting with a baby -- balancing that counterweight on your back as you draw
Today's episode features strength and track coach, John Garrish. John is the director of athletic development at North Broward Preparatory School in Coconut Creek, Florida, and the school's head track coach. John was recently voted the 2022 National High School Strength Coach of the Year by the National High School Strength Coach's Association. John appeared previously on the show discussing his speed training approach in episode 182. The symbiosis of track and football is often discussed in the process of training, and importantly so. What is talked about less, are some of the specifics of what track has to offer, not just in the sprints, but also in events like triple jump, that can enhance an athletes speed, power, elasticity and overall movement profile, in their other sports. John was a hammer thrower in his college years, as well as a former football player. The hammer throw is, of all the throws, the one that requires the greatest symbiosis and harmony with the implement. The triple jump (bounding) requires a tremendous symbiosis with the ground, and how one interacts with it. You can easily see John's experience and intuition of track and S&C concepts emerge in his progression of bound, skip, hop and overall elastic training with his athletes. On the show today, John covers thoughts on hand position and “elastic/rigidity” vs. “muscular” sprint strategies in athletes as they move from youth to high-school levels. This sets the stage for his talk on his galloping, skipping and bounding progressions, and how he keeps movement quality and velocity at the core of the progression. John talks about how he keeps the training fun and intentional, and how he changes emphasis as athletes move from middle school, to high school years. This show is a beautiful fusion of team sport S&C, and track and field concepts, and can be used to help any athlete develop more fluid, dynamic power outputs on the field of play. Today's episode is brought to you by SimpliFaster, Lost Empire Herbs, and the Elastic Essentials online course. For 15% off your Lost Empire Herbs order, head to lostempireherbs.com/justfly. To try Pine Pollen for FREE (just pay for shipping), head to: justflypinepollen.com Find out more about the the online course, Elastic Essentials, by heading to justflysports.thinkific.com View more podcast episodes at the podcast homepage. Timestamps and Main Points: 3:50 – What a typical workout looks like for John, and how he does bounds, skips and gallops himself to be a better coach in those movements 8:29 – Thoughts on hand-position in young athletes vs. older athletes, the use of rigid, splayed fingers, and how that rigid-open-hand strategy might change, as athletes get older 28:36 – How John evolved skips and gallops from elementary school, into their middle and high school years 37:21 – John's take on more traditional extensive hops, in light of his use of skips, gallops and hops 44:37 – Different constraints and emphasis of skips and bounds are that John utilizes in his scholastic and open-large group training sessions 54:07 – How to give athletes balance in their skip and gallop profile without diminishing their “superpower” 1:00:59 – John's thoughts on when to get bounding in the mix for athletes, and how to progress it 1:15:17 – Using backwards single leg hops for athletes, its benefits, and potential link to being able to bound forward for distance “I felt that unless I at least had the comfort of the ability to demonstrate, or perform these movements (bounds, gallops, skips) myself, then I felt there was no way I could verbalize it to my athletes; or find lesser cues, or a tactile cue to get the athlete to feel it as well” “Some of the fastest girls I've seen at track meets do display that splayed hand position (when sprinting)… but as they progress in middle school you see less dominance of that hand position”