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"I've been able to do this and stay very true to who I am and why I'm running" Dr. Annie Andrews is a Pediatrician and the Democratic nominee for Congress in the South Carolina First District. Her campaign has been electric and she is a dynamic & compelling candidate. She joins Explore The Space Podcast to discuss how she has been changing minds across the Low Country and the final sprint towards Election Day. She is absolutely outstanding! Click here to make a campaign donation to Dr. Andrews Read Dr. Andrews' positions here at her campaign website Register to vote by clicking here Check out Dr. Andrews' 11/8/2021 appearance on Explore The Space Podcast The Explore The Space Merchandise Store is open! Please check it out Please subscribe to and rate Explore The Space on Apple Podcasts or wherever you download podcasts. Email feedback or ideas to email@example.com Check out the archive of Explore The Space Podcast as well as our Position Papers and much more! Follow on Twitter @ETSshow, Instagram @explorethespaceshow Links Twitter @AnnieAndrewsMD Instagram @AnnieAndrewsMD
What's the key to losing fat? How about adding size and building muscle? Is forearm training a thing? What about Liver King... Legit? You guys have questions, and I'm back at you live with the answers. How should you eat to add size? [4:53] What to do about tiny forearms? [6:16] Are there any alternatives to sprinting? [9:25] What are my go-to fat sources? [10:22] Does losing weight simply come down to calories in/calories out? [12:31] Full body training for hardgainers? [15:54] 7 keys to optimizing your health. [21:22] What's the best way to sequence a pull day? [23:09] Are there any substitutes for kettlebell swings? [24:22] Sponsors BiOptimizers: Want an all-in-one solution to improve your mood, stress levels, and overall health and vitality? Your answer lies at magbreakthrough.com/jay and be sure to use coupon code JAY10. Ice Barrel: Who doesn't want better recovery and performance, improved mood and brain function, pain management, and reduced Inflammation? The benefits of cold plunges don't stop there, and you can now easily them from the comfort of your home. Go to icebarrel.com/jay and use coupon code JAY for $125 off.
In this episode we talk about stress and how to recover from it. First, we must acknowledge that being human involves exposure to stress! Research shows that over 60% of us had an adverse childhood event and at least 70% of us have experienced a major stress loss or trauma in adulthood. When we exist as humans in these stressful environments it starts to feel normal to be stressed. In fact, we can become addicted to feeling stressed and so we get stuck in stress mode. Our bodies' cortisol and adrenaline levels get imbalanced, and our nervous system operates in constant stress alert. Cortisol and adrenaline are our main stress hormones. It's not that we want zero adrenaline and it's not that we want zero cortisol. These are substances that we need a healthy amount of every day. These hormones are unique to everyone. One person in stress mode might have high cortisol high adrenaline while another person might be low cortisol and low adrenaline. I remember when my daughter was young, and I was running my practice and seeing patients and trying to keep up with my house and everything until it felt like I could barely breathe. Sprinting through each day barely getting enough sleep. I know many of you feel the same way, how are we supposed to catch up when we can't even keep up? I kept doing research on stress until I figured out the protocol that addresses the different stress types for each person so I can help every patient in a specific way. It's about figuring out what was thrown out of balance by stress, what got disrupted by stress: the cortisol levels, the adrenaline levels, GABA, iron, magnesium, etc. Many times, patients ask me how can I be tired and anxious at the same time? It's not logical! Sometimes our bodies are not that black and white so you could have one system that's causing you to feel over stimulated (high adrenaline) and at the same time you could feel tired (low cortisol or low iron). Your body is trying to tell you it needs help! It is trying to tell you that there is something out of balance, so we need to look at the symptoms and look for patterns to act on them. Of course, we could temporarily fix this with caffeine or even a Xanax but you would not be acting on the root of the problem and therefore you will not be really healing. There are ways to rebalance your body using nutrients and herbs and even exposure to nature that help us reset and help your body re-calibrate and rebalance. Recovery activities like journaling, listening to music, doing mindfulness or meditation, spending time in nature, spending time with our pets or listening to the sounds in nature, all of this helps recalibrate our nervous system or vagus nerve and it signals calmness to our brain. There are ways I can teach you to know your stress type and start addressing it by using nutrients, start practicing mindfulness that helps you to gain more self-love and compassion and practice connecting with others. I have done extensive research throughout the years which has allowed me to write several books about stress, including my most recent one Master your Stress Reset Your Health. I found stress recovery is unique to each person based on their stress type. There are different ways of implementing diet, sleep, exercise changes for each person for each stress type. I invite you to join me in whichever format works best for you whether it's ordering the book and reading the paper back or listening to the audiobook or listening to more How Humans Heal podcasts or reading the blogs or guides available on my website, or meeting with me one-on-one or joining me in one of my group programs. I'm making my protocol available in many different forms because again we're not all the same, we're not all one size one-size-fits-all in terms of how stress affects us, nor how we best learn or apply stress recovery. I am so glad you are here and look forward to connecting with you again soon take care. 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This week Mara thanks everyone who checked in on her after last week's heavy episode. She also tells the story of how she met Kehlani and startled her within 3.5 seconds of doing so. However, that wasn't the end of it all. Mara discusses a tidbit of advice Kehlani gave to their fans at a Q&A later that night that has stuck with Mara since then. This episode is centered around how Mara goes about working towards healing. Mara shares 3 ways she does this. LISTEN NOW and make sure to HANDLE YOUR HEALING, or SCANDAL, whichever works! If you enjoy this episode or the Handle Your Scandal Podcast in general, PLEASE take the time to leave a review on Apple Podcasts! Follow Mara on Instagram: @musingsofmara Follow the Podcast: @handleyourscandal Read Mara's Blog: themusingsofmara.com
Though rarely talked about today, the Tigerbelles, Tennessee State University's women's track and field team, is one of the most accomplished sports clubs in the state's history. During the reign of legendary coach Ed Temple, the all-Black team produced 40 Olympic athletes who took home 23 medals — many while living in the Jim Crow South pre-Title IX. One of those barrier-breaking sprinters is Olympic gold medalist and TSU track and field director Chandra Cheeseborough, or Coach Cheese. On this episode, she recounts stories of her time as a Tigerbelle and shares how Ed Temple impacted her as an athlete and highly successful coach. She also tells us how she's keeping the history of the club alive and shares advice for other athletes hoping to leave a mark. Learn MoreTake a deeper look at the Tigerbelle's history and lasting impact.Inspired by athletes who break barriers? Hear Arshay Cooper tell the story of the first all-Black high school rowing team in the U.S.Look (almost) as fly as the Tigerbelles in Nike's track and field gear.
The variety hour returns!!! And so has Angus from his European expedition! The two sit down and talk Angus' seminar structure and content, European travel, and the difference in each other's mentorship programs! If you have a topic or question you'd like the boys to discuss in the next episode, leave us a voicemail below! https://www.speakpipe.com/hyperformancepodcast Check Out Jamie Smith on Instagram (@j.smith.culture) Check out our sponsor Paieon Health! https://paieonhealth.com.au/ DISCOUNT CODES: "HYPERFLY20" at the checkout to get 20% off a Flywheel! "HYPERTIBS20" at the checkout to get 20% off a Tib-bar! Let us know what you think! To Find programs, products, and other content: https://linktr.ee/hyperformancemedia
Each week Canadian Running staff writer Maddy Kelly and Shakeout host Kate Van Buskirk update you on the exciting world of running. This week on The Rundown we chat about Canadian success at the Zurich Diamond League final and the takedown of Moh Ahmed's North American 5000m record. We celebrate Viktoria Brown's crowning as 48-hour World Champion. And we grieve the loss of Eliza Fletcher, who was killed while running in Memphis. Learn more about The Shakeout Podcast and Canadian Running Magazine on our website https://runningmagazine.ca/category/shakeout-podcast/Follow The Shakeout Podcast on Twitter https://twitter.com/ShakeoutPodcastInstagram https://www.instagram.com/shakeoutpodcast/ andFacebook https://www.facebook.com/theshakeoutpodcast/Subscribe to our weekly show on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-shakeout-podcast/id1224828899243
Cullen Jones is a 2x Olympian and 4x Olympic medalist (2 G, 2 S). Individually, he captured Silver in the 50 Free behind Flo Manaudou in 2012. He was also part of THE relay -- the one where Lezak caught Bernard and touched him out at the 2008 Olympics. That World Record is still intact. Now a Senior Manager of Sports Marketing at Speedo, Cullen is enjoying retired life while raising his son alongside his wife. 00:00 Bratter PA, Immigration Law 00:05 Hello Cullen Jones 00:30 Senior Manager of Sports Marketing 02:00 Cullen's Impact 05:00 Only black kid 07:45 Becoming a stroke clinician 08:45 Technical side of sprinting 10:00 Get excited about practice 11:05 Balance in sprinting 12:20 David Marsh 13:12 Beine Nutritional Testing 15:15 2008 Men's 4x100 Free Relay 17:50 Cesar Cielo motivation 22:30 How not to rev up 25:45 Strengths & Weaknesses 27:55 Kobe & LeBron 31:30 Swim Angelfish 32:10 Michael Phelps' professionalism 36:45 Global Swim Series Our Sponsors: BRATTER PA IMMIGRATION LAW: Exclusive immigration representation of athletes, entrepreneurs, artists, investors, and entertainers. SWIM ANGELFISH: Receive the tools and skills needed to teach swimmers with autism, physical disabilities, anxiety, sensory and motor conditions with Swim Angelfish, the global leader in adaptive swim. Get certified online today! BEINE WELLNESS BUILDING: Individualize your nutrition with genetic testing and personalized plans. Eat, supplement, and recover based on your genetics. VASA: Essential dryland for stronger, better, faster swimmers. Save 10% using the code "brett" at checkout! DESTRO SWIM TOWERS: Save $150 per double swim tower by using the code "brett" at checkout! SWIMNERD: Big and small digital pace clocks, virtual scoreboards, and live results. Subscribe to the Swimnerd Newsletter at swimspam.com Subscribe & Listen: Apple Podcasts Google Spotify YouTube Produced by: SWIMNERD
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The guys congregate after their respective vacations and paternity leave to catch up on the latest in the world of news and sports, including the Baker Mayfield-Cynthia Frelund nontroversy. They also share some thoughts on Aaron Rodgers recent appearance on the Joe Rogan Podcast.
On this episode of the Muscles and Management Podcast, Gerry and Mike discuss topics, top twitter news, and questions from followers! Gerry dives into the importance of finding a good coach, why everyone should do step-ups, building a business, and much more!All that and more on this episode of Muscles and Management!Support the show (http://www.challengerstrength.com)2:50 - It Doesn't Matter If Your Strength Coach Was Elite at the Sport7:00 - Water Guns?12:00 - How to Tell If a Coach Is Worth It17:28 - The Power of Step-ups21:58 - Thread on Building a S&C Business28:00 - The Beginning of Gerry's Socials30:00 - Programming for Young Athletes32:55 - Sprinting with Limited SpaceSupport the show
Today's podcast I am talking about the back to back to back to back sprinting that is and has been happening on the daily for more than 2 years. This my dear friends and colleagues is not healthy and can not be maintained without running out of breath. AND that is what I am seeing and hearing. So stop the sprints, one right after the other. I am referring to all the new initiatives, changes, challenges, repairs - when we do multiple things all at once - nothing gets done or done right. Don't get me wrong, I love change, and innovation but there is a right and wrong way to go about it. Just sayin - take a breath. Refocus! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/yourmorningcommute/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/yourmorningcommute/support
In this episode we chat with XPE co owner Tony Villani who trained some of the fastest Football players in NFL Combine history. He tells how he got his start training athletes like Chris Carter, Randy Moss, Heinz Ward, Takeo Spikes. He then tells how he got into NFL combine training. He goes into how his Shredmill helps him develop a bunch of 4.2-4.5
Let's get ready to rumble with Cynthia Monteleone! She is a World Champion Masters Track and Field athlete and a certified holistic metabolic analytics practitioner. Cynthia comes from the beautiful island of Maui and is full of positive energy and enthusiasm, and our conversation today is interesting and inspiring, and trust me, the minute the show is over, you are going to be ready to sprint! She is a huge proponent of the overall fitness and health lifestyle benefits of sprinting, and at the very end of the show, she shares a fabulous list detailing the 10 reasons why sprinting is superior to cardio for fitness, health, and everything else. You'll hear about her background as a college athlete, the 20-year break she took to live real life and raise kids in Hawaii, and then her rapid ascension to winning the World Title for sprinting in her age group. Her time for a 400-meter sprint is 57 seconds! If you need a reference point for that time, it's an extraordinary performance: I will admit, she's faster than me! It's also faster than how she ran in college as a D1 athlete! Cynthia is turning back the clock like nobody's business, and she has this amazing and unique blend of steep scientific knowledge as well as practical application from being an all-around World Champion jock. We'll get into some science at the very end with this well-read, well-researched certified practitioner, who also started MAM: Metabolic Analytics of Maui, a company that helps clients reach their nutrition and physical fitness goals. Through analytics, consultation and education, she helps everyday folks as well as elite athletes. Enjoy hearing this lively conversation with Cynthia, and if you want to learn more about her work, click here. TIMESTAMPS: World champion sprinter is here to talk about sprinting, supplements, and the timing of workouts as part of her training. [00:57] After running in college, Cynthia took a hiatus to raise a family and then journeyed forward to win a world championship. [03:43] Your body does a great job cleaning up your system by storing toxins in the body fat. [06:09] While training with Charles Poliquin, she improved her running skills by 50%. [08:28] She ran the 400 in 58 flat at age 42, in the Masters meet. [13:11] When you are going for marginal improvements and you're already at the elite level trying to get faster, the training is pretty difficult. [19:02] Cynthia talks about the supplements she has found that works well, especially when traveling. The timing of your workouts is important too. [21:18] Stop icing and stop static stretching when trying to recover. [27:30] Cynthia basically is on an animal protein-based diet. Lactate is a valuable energy source. [30:12] You can tell by the bicep measurement how their testosterone is and the tricep measurement how the estrogen is. [34:13] Especially an issue with women is the toxins that reside in the body that come from scented candles, beauty products, lotions, etc. [39:13] Dietary optimization is still an important goal, even with elite athletes. [48:19] Ditch the AirPods! They are microwaving your brain. There is a lot of research on EMF. [54:00] What percentage of the workouts are working within your capacity so that you can recover and rebuild? [56:35] Sprinting is better than cardio for fat loss and gut health. There are 10 reasons why. One is you get better hormone balance. [01:03:34] The micro bacteria in your microbiome is dictated by what foods you eat and what type of exercise you do. [01:07:38] Sprinters are smarter than distance runners. Number 4 is sprinting makes you happier. [01:09:38] Overuse injuries are more abundant in endurance training. There is a high risk in endurance for heart remodeling. [01:10:43] Body fat percentage is number seven. If you are too thin, you have poor hormone health. [01:13:11] You can damage the DNA in the cells when participating in endurance. [01:15:18] AQP4 is a water channel which is in your brain like the lymphatic system. [01:17:06] LINKS: Brad Kearns.com Brad's Shopping page Metabolic Analytics of Hawaii Cynthia Monteleone Cynthia racing against high school girls Cynthia's Instagram What is MAM Peak Human podcasts Game Changers Fast Over 40 QUOTES: "If you're in the gym longer than an hour, you are making friends, not progress!"(Poliquin) "Sprinting is better for aging, than endurance training." (Monteleone) Join Brad for more fun on: Instagram: @bradkearns1 Facebook: @bradkearnsjumphigh Twitter: @bradleykearns YouTube: @BradKearns TikTok: @bradkearns We appreciate all feedback, and questions for Q&A shows, emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a moment, please share an episode you like with a quick text message, or leave a review on your podcast app. Thank you! 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Subscribe to The Realignment on Supercast to support the show and access all of our bonus content: https://realignment.supercast.com/.REALIGNMENT NEWSLETTER: https://therealignment.substack.com/BOOKSHOP: https://bookshop.org/shop/therealignmentEmail us at: email@example.comMichael Beckley, Tufts University professor and co-author (with Hal Brands) of Danger Zone: The Coming Conflict with China, joins The Realignment to discuss why he believes that China's power relative to the United States will peak in the 2020s, how that makes a catastrophic conflict more, rather than less, likely, and how the United States and its allies should navigate combustible challenges such as defending Taiwan.
All runners are not the same. Distance runners and sprinters really seem to be engaging in an entirely different sport. Tiny and lean elite marathoners are a stark contrast to muscular, powerful sprinters. Training for these events is vastly different and what it takes to be successful for a 100m sprinter is quite different than that for a marathoner. Or is it? Certainly it's easy to find the differences, but I would argue that there's a significant overlap both in the physical training philosophy, but the mental aspect as well. Most runners listening to this show are clearly on the endurance side, but there is a lot to be learned from the sprint side as well. On today's Run to the Top Podcast, I've invited on the creator of Sprint Science, Kieran Gillespie. Kieran is an England Athletics coach, with a degree in both mathematics and physical education. You can find him sharing his sprint training knowledge on his wildly popular Sprint Science Instagram account and that's where I got hooked on his training advice. On this episode, you'll learn: what it takes to train to be an excellent sprinter how endurance runners can benefit from sprint training,and the biomechanics of truly fast speed And if you've ever wondered what on earth the fastest people on the planet are thinking about for a 10-20 second race, we'll talk about that as well. Connect, Comment, Community Follow RunnersConnect on Instagram Join the Elite Treatment where you get first dibs on everything RTTT each month! Runners Connect Winner's Circle Facebook Community RunnersConnect Facebook page GET EXPERT COACHING AT RUNNERSCONNECT! This week's show brought to you by: MassZymes from BiOptimizers If you're looking to try enzymes to help with your digestive issues, we recommend Masszymes by BiOptimizers. It's a best-in-class supplement loaded with full spectrum enzymes for digesting proteins, starches, sugars, fibers, and fats. MassZymes is a 17-enzyme full-spectrum formula with 5 different kinds of protease. Plus, it contains all of the key enzymes needed for optimal digestion. It also contains AstraZyme which is an all-natural, plant-derived compound that boosts amino acid absorption by 30-60 percent. Plus, as a Run to the Top fan, you save an additional 10%. Just head to masszymes.com/runtothetop and use the code run10 and you'll save an additional 10% on any purchase. Offer is valid while supplies last. LMNT Maintaining healthy electrolyte levels will not only improve performance and endurance on the run, but can help with preventing headaches, maintaining a healthy weight, and help with recovery. That's why we recommend all runners check out Element this summer. It's loaded with everything you need to replenish your electrolyte balance with 1000mg of sodium, 200mg of potassium, and 60mg of magnesium, and doesn't include anything you don't need like extra sugar or anything artificial. Even better, they are currently running a special deal where you can get a free LMNT Sample Pack with any order. So, order your favorite flavor and get a free sample pack to try out new flavors or share with your running friends. To get this special offer and make sure you're hydrating properly this summer, head over to drinklmnt.com/runnersconnect.
Gabriel Mvumvure is a former NCAA champion and Olympian. Currently, Gabriel is a track and field coach at Brown University. In this episode we spoke about Gabriel's transition as an athlete growing up in Zimbabwe to his time at LSU, translating strength to top end speed, full vs partial range of motion lifts, and the benefits of front squats for sprinting. https://www.instagram.com/gabrielmvumvure/ Checkout my Multidirectional Plyometric Course: www.multidirectionalpower.com
Itam (I.T.) Antigha, more commonly referred to as "I.T.", is one of the members of the VertiMax Team as part of the Inside Sales and Client Support team. He is responsible for supporting and serving the VertiMax community by organizing personalized visits to educate, engage and develop relationships with coaches, trainers, and athletes. In this episode, Al and I.T talk about some helpful drills for children in the 3-6 age range who are just starting to train for soccer. Everybody's got to start somewhere and the VertiMax is a great resource to help build those reflexes early on. Key Takeaways: [0:43] Al introduces his guest for this episode- I.T. Antigha. [2:10] I.T. starts off with the basics: Sprinting. [3:35] It's always great to get your child started off with running lines. [7:15] Every kid loves a goal kicking drill. [8:30] Eye-to-foot coordination is key and understanding how hard to kick and not to kick the ball. [11:20] All of these drills can be incorporated to be harder with the VertiMax. Mentioned in This Episode: VertiMax VertiMax on Facebook VertiMax on Instagram VertiMax on YouTube VertiMax on LinkedIn Tweetables: "When you're a master of the basics, you want to start incorporating VertiMax Raptors. You can make these basic drills very challenging." “There are varieties to all of these drills and everyone can be progressed up to become harder."
“In our business, at our size, we have to be the speedboat, we cannot be the oil tanker”, is a key mantra for my Franchise company. Why is that the case? I am the only non-Japanese in the firm and I was frustrated at the slow pace of decision-making and action taken by the team. Growing up in Western business, speed of decision-making and taking action are requirements drummed into you from any early age. Other foreign leaders in Japan reading our speed mantra will be sagely nodding their heads at this point, because their multi-national firms may be much larger in scale, but the issue is the same. It doesn't seem to make sense why things are so slow here. Japan Seems Efficient But Is It? Japan seems very, very efficient. The famous Bullet Train, the Shinkansen, has an unbelievable record of being on time. The average delay of Shinkansen trains is less than one minute per year and there are over 3000 trains annually whistling by at speeds of over 230 kilometers per hour. Train commuters based outside Japan will be astonished at these numbers. There is also hardly any litter here, graffiti, drugs, guns or crime – the usual reality for many people living in big Western cities. Everything works and works well, so it seems the pinnacle of efficiency. Inside companies though the picture is quite different. In the West, ambitious, thrusting employees trying to make a name for themselves and get promoted, are rapid fire machines. They are constantly pushing the boundaries, taking calculated risks and quite aware they are being judged on how quickly and well they can get things done. In Japan, none of these things are particularly important. Sprinting off a cliff is thought to be a bad idea in Japan. It is much better to take some time, cross every “T” and dot every “I” before moving work along. Speed often leads to mistakes being made and in Japan that is unacceptable. Measure Three Times, Cut Once In Japan This fear of making mistakes and errors has everyone measuring three times, before cutting once. Western CFOs are clever. They have worked out that there is a ratio of defects to profitability. The thinking is “if we accept a three percent error rate, even taking into account having to replace defective goods, the firm will make more money that trying to achieve a 100% no defect outcome”. This would get CEOs salivating at the thought of making more profit and the CFO will get a big bonus, but not in Japan. That CFO suggestion wouldn't see the light of day here, because it is unthinkable. Supreme attention to detail, no defects, no errors are rock solid values in Japan. To achieve these vaunted outcomes a lot of triple checking is required and that takes time. Getting things out the door pronto is not valued here if there are any mistakes in the process. The MVP or minimum viable product idea is a difficult concept here because the product has to work well and reliably or no one wants to buy it. Of course there is a love of kaizen here around making further incremental improvements, but the original release cannot have problems or the product is dead in the water. Few Marriages Of Corporate Convenience In Japan This safety first idea in also a mantra in decision-making. Japan is not as litigious as some Western countries, so the legal ramifications are not necessarily the prime driver. There is another fundamental concern which slows down business deal making. Western firms enjoy marriages of convenience. Two firms come together to make more money collectively, than they could individually and there is the thought that this situation is only as good and lasting as the immediate benefits. When these run out, then we all move on. Japan sees business marriages as monogamous, life long and full of mutual obligations. If the business partnership is a lifelong arrangement then a lot of due diligence has to be carried out before any agreements are struck. This is all understood within Japan and companies here know that Western companies operate off a much more short-term framework, so there is an inherent risk associated with dealing with non-Japanese firms. The President Isn't Necessarily The Key Decision-Maker Unless it is a founder led company, usually the President is not the key decision-maker. The more junior people will conduct the due diligence and then the results go up and get homogenised across the various Divisions within the firm which will be affected by the decision to do business with this other firm. This homogenisation works well for milk but it can be a painfully slow process within the company decision-making structure. Imagine everyone is worried about taking any responsibility for this decision in case something goes wrong, so the triple checking is being repeated at every level. No one gets rewarded for speed, but the downside of mistakes is vast. There is an internal decision document called a ringisho ( 稟議書 )which collects the personal seals of each decision-maker, before it can progress to the senior ranks, where the actual rubber stamp formal decision will be taken. In the West, when the buyer says “we will think about it”, this is usually an invitation, even a challenge, for salespeople to push harder on who will be involved in the decision, what things will be of major concern to them, how long will this take and how can we speed that process up. In Japan, they really do need to think about it and they would rather make decisions slowly, than repent at leisure for a bad choice. It is not uncommon for us to gain a new client who we met three years ago. I always tell my salespeople, “The buyer is never on your timetable”. Companies prefer to move at a glacial pace because slow is safe. What about all of the opportunity costs, the missed chances, the deals gone begging? No one cares particularly, so focus on patience and perseverance when dealing with Japan.
This week's topics:Sprinting, force, and connective tissueConnective tissue and relative movementThe knee, deep squat, and propulsionRib cage mobilizationThe squat and propulsion
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On todays episode, we have Jeff Terebey. Jeff is a local legend and loves doing huge rides. He is a two time Garmin Unbound XL finisher and he shaved off more than 9 hours from his previous attempt. We are going to discuss his race, other challenges and riding with celebrities. Not to spoil anything, but he out sprinted a YouTube cyclist by the name of...Check it out. Follow Jeff on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jeff_terebey/ Follow Jeff on Strava: https://www.strava.com/athletes/2422069 Connect With Us: What Is Cycling Website: https://www.whatiscycling.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsbPd9s44lhhxquSF6PQHUw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatiscycling/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/whatiscycling Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whatiscycling
This week Matthew & Rizzle spoke with Bryce Anderson about his latest project Omega Runner. Bryce hails from Hollywood and the movie and entertainment industry, and is pulling on all that experience with Omega Runner, a project that Bryce describes as Media3 (to differentiate it from the monolithic catch-all that web3 currently is). There is a lot of potential for content creators to leverage their creations in the crypto-space vis-a-vis the traditional media establishment that allows for more creator-control of IP and decision making and Omega Runner is a very interesting early experiment in that direction. Shout-outs & Shots Fired: @omegaxrunner @brycebanderson @unitedtalent @MadMaxMovie @HelloMetaversal @TheHungerGames @netflix @MediaThree59 @BoredApeYC @starwars @warnerbros @yugalabs _______________________ The Matthew & Rizzle Show is proudly sponsored by Proof of Beauty Studios, a lab that has been running a series of beautiful and thought-provoking generative art projects on the Ethereum blockchain. Follow Proof of Beauty Studios on Twitter to stay on the bleeding edge of tokenized digital experiences.
A new monthly show from The Hyperformance Podcast. Angus sits down with Jamie Smith from Melbourne Strength Culture Podcast and has a chat about the state of the industry the two trainers have found themselves in! If you have a topic or question you'd like the boys to discuss in the next episode, leave us a voicemail below! https://www.speakpipe.com/hyperformancepodcast Check out our sponsor Paieon Health! https://paieonhealth.com.au/ DISCOUNT CODES: "HYPERFLY20" at the checkout to get 20% off a Flywheel! "HYPERTIBS20" at the checkout to get 20% off a Tib-bar! Let us know what you think! To Find programs, products, and other content: https://linktr.ee/hyperformancemedia
There's more to winning field sprints than having incredible peak power numbers. Neal and Jeff break down the skills, power, and speed to be a great sprinter, from understanding the demands of the course, positioning in the pack, how to ride climbs and descents, managing your team's effort and why five-minute power (MAP) matters so much to get into the best position for victory. Open The Road by Wahoo
WE HAVE VOICEMAILS AGAIN!!! Oscar and Angus sit down face to face, in the flesh, and answer your questions!!! If you want your message featured on the show then leave us a voicemail here: https://www.speakpipe.com/hyperformancepodcast Check out our sponsor Paieon Health! https://paieonhealth.com.au/ DISCOUNT CODES: "HYPERFLY20" at the checkout to get 20% off a Flywheel! "HYPERTIBS20" at the checkout to get 20% off a Tib-bar! To Find programs, products, and other content: https://linktr.ee/hyperformancemedia
We have returning guest Jack Edwards on the show this week! Jack recently quit his job as a high school teacher, and decided to go full time on training and coaching speed and power! We talk the big move with Jack, what got him to where he is now, and how he sees the space he's migrated into. Check out Jack Edwards on instagram! (@metamorphosistrackproject) Check out Simplifying Sprinting - A Jack Edwards Presentation (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeMnkhepyqI) Check out our sponsor Paieon Health! https://paieonhealth.com.au/ DISCOUNT CODES: "HYPERFLY20" at the checkout to get 20% off a Flywheel! "HYPERTIBS20" at the checkout to get 20% off a Tib-bar! Let us know what you think! Leave us a voice message: https://www.speakpipe.com/hyperformancepodcast To Find programs, products, and other content: https://linktr.ee/hyperformancemedia
If you were a high school, college or maybe even professional athlete, and it's been a MINUTE since you've sprinted, but you're looking to bring it back into your training so you can win back some of that lost athleticism, then be sure to tune in this week. Rebel coaches, Ryan Patrick, Lance Goyke, Ryan L'Ecuyer, Keiran Halton and myself sit down and unpack the best tactics, strategies and methods to help successfully bring sprinting back into your training because going from 0 to 100 and setting yourself up for injuries is the last thing you want to do. Since sprinting is all about bringing positive adaptations to the table for you longterm as a lifeproof athlete, let's make sprinting a positive experience for you in the process. Listen in to discover the do's, the dont's and the best practices for bringing sprinting back into your training. PLUS: Whenever you're ready... here are 3 ways we can help you unlock total package strength, physique, and athleticism (without being in pain or getting beaten down by injuries). 1. Listen to the podcast. We release a new episode every Sunday evening where we break down what to do in and outside the gym to help you become the total package (and perform pain-free) - http://radio.rebel-performance.com/listen (Click here to listen.) 2. Buy a pre-made program. Looking for an expertly crafted training program minus the coaching and camaraderie? Then http://shop.rebel-performance.com/ (go )https://shop.rebel-performance.com/ (here). 3. Claim your no-risk trial. Want to work directly with me and my team to find your peak performance, train pain-free, and become a total package athlete in 90 days? Then reply "trial" to this email and I'll send you all the details. Oh, and https://www.rebel-performance.com/reviews (here's a bunch of reviews) if you want to know what real humans think of working with us.
GUESTS:Evan Peikon is an integrative physiologist with an interest in enhancing human performance through the use of technology, better training practices, and cutting edge research and design. Evan has experience working as a consultant for professional sports teams, special operations performance groups, as well as biotechnology companies who are invested in enhancing human performance. Evan is also a sports scientist and performance coach at the Training Think Tank where he works with athletes across the United States and internationally. Pat Davidson is a Strength Coach and a PHD in exercise physiology. He lectures across the world with his seminar titled rethinking the big patterns and is the Author of the training books MASS 1, MASS 2 and the recently released Coach's Guide To Optimizing Movement.SPONSOR(S):Please support this podcast by checking out our sponsor for this episode:► Moxy Monitor: https://www.moxymonitor.com/shop/ (5% off promo code: “UPSIDE” at checkout)EPISODE LINKS:► Evan on IG: https://www.instagram.com/evan_peikon/►Pat on IG: https://www.instagram.com/dr.patdavidson/► Evan's Substack: https://emergentperformance.substack.com/ ► Evan's Performance Physiology Course: https://course.trainingthinktank.com/offers/bwusR27k/checkout► Pat's Athletic Weapon Program: https://www.hypegym.com/live-workout► Full Video Episode: https://youtu.be/kd05ZZuyy0MWriting and Learning, Sprint Training, Heat and Electrical Conductance, The Coach's Eye, The Demands of Sprinting, Mechanical Expansion and Compression, Applying the Concepts, Ion Gradients and more!TOPICS:0:00 - Intro3:00 - Start3:50 - Pat Davidson's Update11:50 - Evan Peikon's Update14:45 - Writing and Learning25:50 - Sprint Training30:00 - Heat and Electrical Conductance37:18 - The Coach's Eye40:43 - The Demands of Sprinting51:18 - Mechanical Expansion and Compression59:28 - Applying the Concepts1:08:33 - Ion GradientsPodcast available on Aug 12th, 2021PODCAST INFO:► Podcast website: https://upsidestrength.podbean.com/► Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/3mroiB4► Spotify: http://spoti.fi/34jJtyXPODCAST PLAYLISTS:► Full episodes playlist: http://bit.ly/3oSCkxe► English Clips playlist: http://bit.ly/3gRmAry► French Clips playlist: http://bit.ly/2K1IoVKCONNECT:► Subscribe for mo
Today's episode brings back Alex Effer. Alex is the owner of Resilient Training, and has extensive experience in strength & conditioning, exercise physiology and the biomechanical function of the body. He also runs educational mentorships teaching biomechanics to therapists, trainers and coaches. Alex was recently on the show talking about the mechanics of the early to late stance spectrum and it's implications for performance training. Something that has been dramatically under-studied in running, jumping, cutting and locomotion in general is the role of the upper body. Since the arms don't directly “put force into the ground” and the world of sports performance and running is mostly concerned with vertical force concepts; the role of the arms gets relatively little attention in movement. This is unfortunate for a few reasons. One is that sport movement has strong horizontal and rotational components that demand an understanding of how the upper body matches and assists with the forces that are “coming up from below”. Two is that the joints of the upper body tend to have a lot in common with the alignment and actions of corresponding joints in the lower body. When we understand how the upper body aligns and operates, we can optimize our training for it in the gym, as well as better understand cueing and motor learning constraints in dynamic motion. Today's topics progress in a trend of “expansion to compression”, starting with a chat on the expansive effect of aerobic training (as well as the trendy thera-gun) and Alex's favorite restorative and re-positioning aerobic methods. We then get into rotational dynamics in squatting, focusing on the actions of the lower leg, and finish the chat with a comprehensive discussion on the role of the upper body in sprinting, how to train propulsive IR for the upper body in the gym, as well as touching on improving hip extension quality for athletic power. Today's episode is brought to you by SimpliFaster and Lost Empire Herbs. 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 View more podcast episodes at the podcast homepage. Timestamps and Main Points: 5:00 – Why Alex thinks that the Theragun is actually a useful tool in the scope of training 15:00 – Thoughts on the use of aerobic training, and blood flow as an “inside out” expansive stimulus to the muscle and the body in general 22:30 – The importance of tibial internal rotation, and how it fits in with the ability to squat and bend the knee 33:30 – How to restore tibial internal rotation for improved squatting and knee mechanics 38:15 – Talking about Chris Korfist's “rocker squats”, and viability in regards to specifically improving tibial internal rotation 44:00 – Isometrics and work done at shallower knee angles for knee health in respect to the vastus lateralis and vastus medialis muscles 51:00 – The importance of hip and shoulder internal rotation in sprinting, and the role of the upper body in helping the lower body to get off the ground more quickly. 1:07:30 – Narrow vs. Wide infra-sternal angle athletes in regards to upper body dynamics , and general biomechanics in sprinting 1:13:00 – Alex's take on hip extension in sprinting and how to improve it 1:22:00 – The role of hill sprinting in improving hip extension, as well as the benefits of walking down the hill in terms of priming the body to leverage the glutes better on the way back up 1:24:00 – Why Alex likes hip thrusts with the feet elevated, relative to hip height 1:28:00 – Some key exercises to improve shoulder internal rotation for sprinting “The vibration aspect of the Theragun I really like; if you slow the landing of running or sprinting, you will see a vibration or wave-like effect of the muscle upon impact” “Whatever my upper back or torso is going to do; I am going to ha...
In this episode of the David Grey Rehab Podcast, I welcome Dwain Chambers, the award-winning British track sprinter, performance and fitness trainer, and Founder of Chambers for Sport. Dwain is a prime example of the notion that there is life after you experience failure or make a mistake. He believes that no matter what happens in your life, you can get back up, and he's here to share about the experiences and mistakes led him to that powerful belief. “Sport only lasts for so long and there's always a life after sport. And more importantly, sport builds a person that can send the right message, be the right role model, and carry the right philosophy outside of sport. I chose to bypass that and wanted to get there quicker than anybody else and it was costly.” - Dwain Chambers Listen in as we talk about the highs and lows of Dwain's career as a sprinter, the preparation that went into his races, the lessons he learned from getting suspended after taking performance enhancers, and much more. You'll learn about the intimidation tactics sprinters use before racing, the sports Dwain tried while on suspension, and what it's like to race against Usain Bolt. Episode Timeline | What You'll Learn:00:00 – Introducing Dwain Chambers & The topics of today's episode.03:19 – Dwain's recent injuries & Why he's now becoming a student of the sport.06:01 – How Dwain has stayed so fast into his 40s.11:31 – Dwain breaks down his career: His biggest nemesis, the downsides of taking performance enhancers, & why he has a strategy for winning, losing, and recovering from an injury.22:57 – How did you cope with getting suspended? How do you keep training when there's no end point in sight?42:51 – The injury that changed my biomechanics44:36 – What's the best way to screen an athlete you're training, especially kids?52:51 – How Dwain prepares for sprint races & Intimidation tactics sprinters use “Live where your feet are.” - Dwain Chambers Watch this episode on YouTube below If you enjoyed this podcast, SHARE it with a loved one and RATE/REVIEW it on Spotify or Apple Podcasts! Resources Mentioned:Visit the DGR INTERACTIVE platform and use Code DGRPODCAST for 20% off!Race Against Me by Dwain Chambers Connect with David Grey Rehab:Visit our websiteFollow David Grey Rehab on InstagramListen to more podcast episodesSubscribe to our YouTube channelVisit the DGR INTERACTIVE platform!Check out our programs Dwaine Chambers is a British track sprinter who has won international medals at World and European levels and is one of the fastest European sprinters in the history of athletics. His primary event is the 100 metres, with a best of 9.97 seconds, which ranks him fifth on the British all-time list. He's currently a performance and fitness trainer as well as Founder of Chambers For Sport. Connect with Dwain Chambers:Follow Dwaine on Instagram Follow him on TwitterJoin the Dwain Chambers Performance AcademyLearn more about Chambers for Sporthttps://youtu.be/eybcaBdm5e8
Angus returns!!! And he's sitting down with fellow Australian coach Jarrad Kay! The boys sit down and have a yarn about all things sprinting training! In amongst a great back and forth the two talk: Taking the leap to start your own business, The advantages of group training vs individual training, and The lack of requirement for everyone to have perfect technique! Check out Jarrad Kay on instagram! (@coach.jarradkay) Check out our sponsor Paieon Health! https://paieonhealth.com.au/ DISCOUNT CODES: "HYPERFLY20" at the checkout to get 20% off a Flywheel! "HYPERTIBS20" at the checkout to get 20% off a Tib-bar! Let us know what you think! Leave us a voice message: https://www.speakpipe.com/hyperformancepodcast To Find programs, products, and other content: https://linktr.ee/hyperformancemedia
Dr. Sean O'Mara grew up in Fairfax County, VA. After graduating from high school he attended a community college to study law enforcement and worked as a Police Officer and worked undercover in both narcotics and organized crime. He graduated High Honors from Penn State in 1985. He went onto attend and graduated from Villanova University School of Law in 1989. He practiced for three years as a criminal prosecutor in Philadelphia. He trained as an Emergency Medicine physician during his time in the US Army Medical Corps. While on Active Duty as an Army physician he was selected to provide medical support to President Clinton and Vice President Cheney, three Secretaries of State, other senior government officials,. In 2004, he was recognized as the outstanding physician of the year among all medical specialties throughout the entire U.S. Army and was the first and only Emergency Medicine Physician to have received this award. In 2006 Dr. O'Mara founded Guardian 24/7 an innovative medical company providing elite concierge medical care and service to ultra-high net worth individuals and royalty. It was during his six years in Guardian developing this reactive advanced medical capability that Dr. OMara began to realize the tremendous advantages to preventive medicine not understood by the vast majority of people including his ultra-wealthy clients. Dr. OMara began to research, explore and innovate techniques for both preventing and reversing disease. In 2016 he was awarded a $1.2m grant for the National Science Foundation for research on Reversing Chronic Disease using innovative Biomarkers such as Visceral & Pericardial Fat. Today Dr. OMara is the only physician in the world practicing Health & Performance Optimization. He works with individuals and corporations motivated to improve outcome through innovative and effective techniques for biological enhancement. He especially enjoys working with exceptionally motivated individuals such as business executives, professional performers and athletes whose livelihood is predicated upon performance.. Dr. OMara resides in Minneapolis MN with his five children, Keilin, Reilly, Sean, Aidan, Liam and wife of 24 years Julie OMara and presently serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Minnesota Army National Guard. You can find Dr. O'Mara at https://drseanomara.com/ Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction 04:12 Why do we have visceral fat? 05:43 Facial features 09:56 Diet, lifestyle, and visceral fat 15:06 Brown fat, beige fat 19:10 Visceral fat and stress 23:44 Chronic disease and fat 26:59 Sprinting over jogging or walking 30:35 Frequency and dosing 35:42 Protein vs fat 38:43 Women hunters 40:54 Eggs, dairy on the carnivore diet 45:44 Fasting and exercise 49:26 Circadian biology 54:35 Infrared light, infrared sauna 57:24 Becoming the best biological version of yourself See open positions at Revero: https://jobs.lever.co/Revero/ Join Carnivore Diet for a free 30 day trial: https://carnivore.diet/join/ Book a Carnivore Coach: https://carnivore.diet/book-a-coach/ Carnivore Shirts: https://merch.carnivore.diet Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://carnivore.diet/subscribe/ . #revero #shawnbaker #Carnivorediet #MeatHeals #HealthCreation #humanfood #AnimalBased #ZeroCarb #DietCoach #FatAdapted #Carnivore #sugarfree
Josh Liendo is Canada's top male swimmer. At World Champs, he took 2nd in the 100 Fly, 3rd in the 100 Free, and 5th in the 50 Free. He's just 19 years old. Brett and Josh Liendo go deep into the world of sprinting, specifically breaking down his freestyle technique, strengths & weaknesses, and race strategies. They discuss racing against David Popovici, whose race plan and strengths are the opposite of Liendo's. They talk about Caeleb Dressel pulling out of World Champs and how Liendo wanted to compare each aspect of his race to Caeleb's to determine how he is shaping up. They talk about Cesar Cielo's 100 Free WR, Ben Titley leaving Canada, his practice schedule, and how he has unbridled confidence. Our Sponsors: BRATTER PA IMMIGRATION LAW: Exclusive immigration representation of athletes, entrepreneurs, artists, investors, and entertainers. SWIM ANGELFISH: Receive the tools and skills needed to teach swimmers with autism, physical disabilities, anxiety, sensory and motor conditions with Swim Angelfish, the global leader in adaptive swim. Get certified online today! BEINE WELLNESS BUILDING: Individualize your nutrition with genetic testing and personalized plans. Eat, supplement, and recover based on your genetics. VASA: Essential dryland for stronger, better, faster swimmers. Save 10% using the code "brett" at checkout! DESTRO SWIM TOWERS: Save $150 per double swim tower by using the code "brett" at checkout! SWIMNERD: Big and small digital pace clocks, virtual scoreboards, and live results. Subscribe to the Swimnerd Newsletter at swimspam.com Subscribe & Listen: Apple Podcasts Google Spotify YouTube Produced by: SWIMNERD
Today we have NO ANGUS!!! Oscar is taking the reins on this one and interviewing none other than college sprinting coach David Maris. This one is a real deep dive into sprinting, and sees two people passionate about the sport talk some serious shop! Check out David Maris on instagram! (@dacid.maris.958) Check out our sponsor Paieon Health! https://paieonhealth.com.au/ DISCOUNT CODES: "HYPERFLY20" at the checkout to get 20% off a Flywheel! "HYPERTIBS20" at the checkout to get 20% off a Tib-bar! Let us know what you think! Leave us a voice message: https://www.speakpipe.com/hyperformancepodcast To Find programs, products, and other content: https://linktr.ee/hyperformancemedia
Tour de France 2022. Rest day 1 and recap of stages 2 & 3. The sprinters all hate each other. Stage 2 in Denmark with a bridge crossing, crashes and sprinting. Stage 3 involves more crashes and even more complaining between the sprinters and their leadout including relegations. #TDF22 Episode 248 Subscribe to our Podcast YouTube Channel. Find our audio links here: http://podcast.between2wheels.com/p/podcasts-1512193552/ Follow and share us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/between2wheels/ Find us on twitter @b2w_podcast or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.between2wheels.com It is our desire to bring you funny and insightful commentary and interviews of cycling from around the world but with a focus on Northern California. Please like, subscribe and share the podcast. We will only get better with time and some input from those listening
Mason and Chris sat down to chat with Alex Penner about his evolution as an S&C Coach. Alex is the Director of Coaching and Team Training at Athletic Lab in North Carolina. We dive into Alex's background, his views on coaching and cueing, sprint training, gamification, and managing aches and pains within the realm of performance. We hope you all enjoy! Alex's IG: https://www.instagram.com/coach.alexpenner/?hl=enAthletic Lab: https://www.instagram.com/athleticlab/?hl=en
As the calendar turns to July, trade season is heating up and the All Star Game is nearing. The midway point is also near, so it's time to start thinking about who the MVP should be. In the NL it's no real question: Paul Goldschmidt. Locked On MLB hosts all voted on MVP Power Rankings, and Goldy was voted in the No. 1 spot. Is anyone else even close? Also breaking down the Cardinals losing game three to Miami and how they can make a strong statement against the Phillies. WANT MORE DAILY ST. LOUIS CARDINALS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…
On this episode of The Devil's Advocate Podcast: Brandon and Franklin return for an update in the face of one of, if not, THE single biggest rollback of rights in American history. Oh, how we remember the unicorns prancing through poppy meadows the last time we recorded an episode of #TDAP... The #TDAPDark days were behind us; there was hope on the horizon!Well, we have some sad news to share with you:Shit is about to get really dark...
There's a common mistake that many cyclists make that could be hurting their sprint power. Join Coach Chad, Ivy Audrain, Nate Pearson, and Coach Jonathan for a discussion on this, when should you launch your sprint, what happens when you take in too much sugar on the bike, the scientific research on whether it's better to spin lightly or stop pedaling between intervals, and more in Episode 370 of the Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast! TOPICS COVERED IN THIS EPISODE (23:16) Does spinning between intervals really help? (38:37) Best and worst upgrade ROIs for cyclists (01:16:55) What happens when you take in too much sugar on the bike? (01:46:56) Is it bad to be the first to sprint? (01:58:46) An easy way to raise your sprint power RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE https://trainerroad.cc/3y5cWea TRY TRAINERROAD RISK FREE FOR 30 DAYS! TrainerRoad is the #1 cycling training app. No other cycling app is more effective. Over 13,000 positive reviews, a 4.9 star App Store rating. Adaptive Training from TrainerRoad uses machine learning and science-based coaching principles to continually assess your performance and intelligently adjust your training plan. It trains you as an individual and makes you a faster cyclist. Learn more about TrainerRoad: https://trainerroad.cc/3BasfTM Learn more about Adaptive Training: https://trainerroad.cc/3rF5Cnp ABOUT THE ASK A CYCLING COACH PODCAST Ask a Cycling Coach podcast is a cycling and triathlon training podcast. Each week USAC/USAT Level I certified coach Chad Timmerman, pro athletes, and other special guests answer your cycling and triathlon questions. Have a question for the podcast? Ask here: https://trainerroad.cc/34MIniq MORE PODCASTS FROM TRAINERROAD Listen to the Successful Athletes Podcast: https://trainerroad.cc/34MGKkO Listen to the Science of Getting Faster Podcast: https://trainerroad.cc/3HKPExQ STAY IN TOUCH Training Blog: https://trainerroad.cc/3gCdNdN TrainerRoad Forum: https://trainerroad.cc/3uHvLnE Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trainerroad/ Strava Club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/trainerroad Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainerRd Twitter: https://twitter.com/TrainerRoad
Episode 132 explores the adoption of sprinting as a means of developing running abilities, as well as supplementing a comprehensive fitness program through the development of strength, power and elasticity. Most people associate a running-based fitness program with long distance running, where individuals are preparing for a marathon or a 10km race. While many people use long distance running as a primary means of exercise, others just can't find pleasure or success with long runs and the fatigue associated with such an undertaking. Sprinting is a great alternative for people who want to incorporating running into their fitness program, without having to deal with the grind of the long run. And, sprinting offers other benefits including total body strength development, lean muscle gain and a general feeling of athleticism. Even though most people haven't sprinted since grade school, it is a credible fitness strategy to build overall health, fitness and resiliency. You can find out more information on Derek Hansen's 10x10 Virtual Training Program at the following link:https://sprintcoach.mykajabi.com/offers/PcUZ3vc4?coupon_code=10X10SAVEThe D&D Fitness Radio podcast is available at the following locations for downloadable audio, including: iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/d-d-fitness-radio-podcast/id1331724217iHeart Radio – https://www.iheart.com/podcast/dd-fitness-radio-28797988/Spreaker.com – https://www.spreaker.com/show/d-and-d-fitness-radios-showSpotify – https://open.spotify.com/show/5Py2SSPA4mntNwYRm0OpriYou can reach both Don and Derek at the following locations: Don Saladino: http://www.DonSaladino.com Twitter and Instagram - @DonSaladino YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/donsaladino Derek M. Hansen: http://www.SprintCoach.comTwitter and Instagram - @DerekMHansen YouTube - http://youtube.com/derekmhansen
Happy Friday! This is the fifth edition of Track Snacks – a mini-series taking you into the weekend where Chris Chavez and a fellow CITIUS MAG staffer share the story of an athlete who they're excited about right now that you can expect to see compete at the World Athletics Championships Oregon22 (July 15–24, 2022). For this episode, Mac Fleet (CITIUS MAG's video specialist) joins me to chat about Bahamian sprinting and its current stars. Shaunae Miller-Uibo is the reigning Olympic champion in the 400m. Steven Gardiner is the reigning Olympic champion in the 400m and has not lost a race since earning silver at the 2017 World Championships. Both sprinters have been working on their one-lap craft for a decade and now they're the best in the world. In Tokyo, Miller-Uibo became the first woman since Marie-José Pérec in the 90s to win back-to-back Olympic 400m gold medals. Gardiner became the first man from the Bahamas to win Olympic gold in the 400m. In total, the Bahamas has won 25 medals – 8 gold, 9 silver and 8 bronze. That's more than the 16 medals they have at the Olympics across all sports. At the Games, they're always in the mix for a relay medal. They have six medals in the 4x100 and 4x400 combined. This country loves its sprints and we love a country that loves track and field. Track Snacks is presented by Hayward Magic. Everyone knows how much all of us in the CITIUS MAG family love track & field, and how much we enjoy sharing that love with you all. Well, we've got a few big love-sharing ideas in the works and it all takes place in Eugene, Oregon this summer. Hayward Field will be the home to the Prefontaine Classic, the USATF Outdoor Championships and the World Athletics Championships. We'll be there and you should be too. Visit https://citiusmag.com/summerofhayward/ for all the information on dates and tickets. Track Snacks is sponsored by @HaywardMagic, the Instagram home for the true track & field diehards, dreamers and fans. Sharing the magic of the sport and elevating the athletes that push it forward. Follow them on Instagram @HaywardMagic. Intro music: "Believe In Yourself" by Norm Cotone