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Noticentro
La defensa de Emilio Lozoya Austin, solicitó el aplazamiento en el caso Odebrecht

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 1:46


-La defensa de Emilio Lozoya Austin, solicitó el aplazamiento en el caso Odebrecht-Se reportó la desaparición del defensor de derechos humanos Ricardo Lagunes-SSC dio a conocer que uno de sus elementos privó de la vida a una persona en la alcaldía Iztapalapa-Más información en nuestro podcast

Mogil's Mobcast-A Scleroderma Chat
Episode #39 Dr. Michael Hughes MSc MBBS MRCP(UK) Rheumatology

Mogil's Mobcast-A Scleroderma Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 47:25


Today I talk with Dr. Michael Hughes, he is a consultant rheumatologist at Salford Royal Hospital, which is a national UK referral center for SSc, and Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at The University of Manchester. He has emerged as a leading national and international investigator in SSc and Raynaud's phenomenon, with a focus on novel clinical assessment of vascular biology and function, including the development of new novel approaches to treatment. His doctoral PhD research fellowship (2013-2016) at The University of Manchester investigated the outcome measures of treatment efficacy, pathophysiology, and local treatments for SSc-digital ulcers. Dr.Hughes has a strong research interest in non-invasive imaging and the development of patient reported outcome measures, and works closely with patient-led organizations. He was awarded the Edith Busch Young Investigator Award in recognition of his significant contributions during the World Scleroderma Congress in 2022. Under the auspices of the World Scleroderma Foundation he leads the Digital Ulcer Working Group, and co-leads the Gastrointestinal disease Working Group. Dr. Hughes has published extensively in both clinical and basic research and has contributed to the development of SSc treatment guidelines and recommendations. He contributes to many international initiatives and collaborations including as a Fellow of the OMERACT Scleroderma Vascular Disease Working Group. He has presented and chaired (including invited oral presentations) at prestigious national and international conferences and is on the editorial board of several international rheumatology journals. Furthermore, he has published several studies in high-impact journals as lead author utilizing data from the EUSTAR cohort. Our topic today is 3 things that affect me. Raynauds, calcinosis, and digital ulcers. Lots of great information and helpful hints!

Manuel López San Martín
Caso Ciro Gómez Leyva: "Detención de presuntos responsables fue un operativo mediático"

Manuel López San Martín

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 5:53


En colaboración Gibrán Ramírez Reyes, analista político, consideró que se trató de "un recurso político para cambiar de conversación con respecto a los accidentes del Metro y Metrobús".

Noticentro
SSC afirmo que el uniformado que ayudó a sacar el cuerpo del hombre golpeado en el restaurante La Polar no pertenece a esa secretaría

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 1:23


-SSC afirmo que el uniformado que ayudó a sacar el cuerpo del hombre golpeado en el restaurante La Polar no pertenece a esa secretaría-Continúan hospitalizadas 21 personas afectadas por el choque en el Metro el pasado sábado-Habitantes de la comunidad de Caparrosa, Zacatecas se manifestaron para exigir la aparición de un niño desaparecido el 20 de diciembre -Más Información en nuestro podcast

Foxbody Influencers Podcast
3 guys who know Mustangs (Lombardi, Warren & Wideman) Talk Values, Modifications and more

Foxbody Influencers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 88:23


In this episode Lance talks with Frank Lombardi who started the Limited Edition Foxbody Mustang group on Facebook, Scott Warren a serious collector of rare Mustangs and Terry Wideman a builder and restorer of Mustangs with a few rare Mustang of his own. They talk about Saleen Mustangs and the values associated with limited edition cars such as the SSC and SA-10.  If you want to hear about building a 93 Cobra with a Gen 3 coyote and full interior from a s550 listen in as Terry talks a little about building the car for Scott and how the modified Foxbody game is only going to get bigger and better in the years to come.  If you wonder how much an SA-10 Saleen Mustang is worth because there are only 9 and its the rarest of all Foxbody Mustangs to own we talk about that also as Scott owns number 1. Also Frank Lombardi talks about building his Saleen Mustang the way he wanted it to be. Foxbody FX podcast is your garage away from home with shop talk you can listen to for hours, go through and listen to many of the over 100 episodes of Mustang podcasts to motivate and entertain you on your journey. Foxbody FX Links https://linktr.ee/FoxbodyFXEmail foxbodyfx@gmail.com Thanks, Lance

David Grey Rehab
#56 Colin Griffin on Achilles Tendon Rehab

David Grey Rehab

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 62:34


In this episode of the David Grey Rehab Podcast, I sit down with Colin Griffin, strength and conditioning coach at the Sports Surgery Clinic (SSC) in Dublin, where he is Clinic Lead for Foot and Ankle Rehabilitation.Along side managing a clinical team and treating complex lower limb injuries, he is currently approaching the completion of a PhD at the University of Côte d'Azur in France, investigating Achilles Tendinopathy Rehabilitation and Lower Limb Biomechanics.Colin has a wealth of knowledge in the field, and David wastes no time in making the most of this and picking his brain. Colin drops some real pearls of wisdom, and shares some very valuable lessons he's learned as a clinician.“With tendinopathies it's very much individual basis, the biological and even psychological factors that drive Achilles tendinopathy and Achilles pain, and having to take things on a case by case basis and knowing how to assess and rule out, and knowing how to narrow down your focus. A one size fits all doesn't really work for everyone.” Colin GriffinIf you enjoyed this podcast, SHARE it with a loved one and RATE/REVIEW it on Spotify or Apple Podcasts! Episode Timeline | What You'll Learn:(00:14) - Introducing the episode.(02:45) - Colin joins the episode.(03:12) - Colin's PHD - What it's on and where it's up to.(06:33) - Main lessons learnt from doing the study.(08:17) - The soleus muscle's relationship with bodyweight.(09:46) - The difference between rehabbing a ham string and a calf injury.(14:06) - How Colin asses lower leg injury and movement(20:48) - How Colin feels about seated calf raises.(30:52) - How Colin uses standing calf raises.(40:03) - Colin's approach to building foot strength.(43:22) - The use of plyometrics in the rehabbing process, and Colin's usual plyometric sequence.(45:11) - Indicators that a patient's gait needs looked at.(47:26) - Treating an Achilles tendinopathy during the season.(52:44) - Why did Colin become so interested in the Achilles and the Calf.(54:37) - Colin's transition from walking to running.(56:17) - Potential Achilles and calf issues arising from gym based muscle and weight gain.(01:00:33) - How to connect with Colin.(01:01:06) - Episode round up and outro. “When somebody comes in and has a sore Achilles for example, even if its an insertional tendinopathy where you know the dorsiflexion's gonna be at a bit more compressive loads, they can still do a seated calf raise going into dorsiflexion when they can't do it standing. So it's just a nice way to work around it aswell, if there's a limiting factor, because you've only got one muscle that's doing most of the work in that seated position as opposed to all three muscles.” Colin GriffinConnect with Colin Griffin:Visit his websiteFollow him on TwitterFollow him on InstagramFollow him on LinkedinConnect with David Grey Rehab:Visit our websiteFollow David Grey Rehab on InstagramListen to more podcast episodesSubscribe to our YouTube channelVisit the DGR Interactive platform!About The Guest:Colin Griffin works as a strength and conditioning coach at the Sports Surgery Clinic (SSC) in Dublin, where he is Clinic Lead for Foot and Ankle Rehabilitation. His role involves managing a clinical team and treating complex lower limb injuries. Combined with his clinical role, he is currently undertaking a PhD at the University of Côte d'Azur in France, investigating Achilles tendinopathy rehabilitation and lower limb biomechanics. Colin has been working at the SSC since 2014. He is a former Irish international athlete who competed at the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games in the 50km Walk. His career highlights included finishing 10th at the 2010 European Championships and 12th at the 2012 World Cup, as well as previously holding the Irish record for the 50km walk. Since retiring from his race walking career in 2013, Colin has been a regular participant in domestic road races with a marathon PB of 2.23.00 and half marathon 68.51.

Ask Stago
S4E1 - Women's health series (part 1): Women's health and coagulation

Ask Stago

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 9:15


Welcome to Ask Stago, the Podcast dedicated to provide expert answers to your expert questions in coagulation. In this series of our new season we will be covering Womens' health and looking at the broader implications of coagulation and then speaking to a Lupus patient advocate on the impact this disease has had for her personally. To start off, in today episode, we are delighted to speak to our Clinical Development Director, Dr Francois Depasse about the broader connection between Womens' Health and coagulation and then a more in depth look at APS. Links to related podcasts: S1E13 - Lupus anticoagulant diagnosis work-up https://www.podcastics.com/podcast/episode/13-the-lupus-anticoagulant-diagnosis-work-up-54015/ S3E7 - Hemostasis results interpretation along pregnancy https://www.podcastics.com/podcast/episode/s3e7-hemostasis-results-interpretation-along-pregnancy-134753/ Literature sources: https://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/blooddisorders/women/facts.html Miyakis S, Lockshin MD, Atsumi T, Branch DW, Brey RL, Cervera R, Derksen RH, De Groot PG, Koike T, Meroni PL, Reber G, Shoenfeld Y, Tincani A, Vlachoyiannopoulos PG, Krilis SA. International consensus statement on an update of the classification criteria for definite antiphospholipid syndrome (APS). J Thromb Haemost 2006; 4: 295–306 Devreese KMJ, Ortel TL, Pengo V, de Laat B; Subcommittee on Lupus anticoagulant/Antiphospholipid antibodies. Laboratory criteria for antiphospholipid syndrome: communication from the SSC of the ISTH. J Thromb Haemost 2018; 16: 809-813 CLSI Laboratory testing for the Lupus anticoagulant - Approved Guideline. CLSI document H60-A. Wayne, PA; 2014. Devreese, KMJ, de Groot, PG, de Laat, B, et al. Guidance from the Scientific and Standardization Committee for lupus anticoagulant/antiphospholipid antibodies of the International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis. J Thromb Haemost. 2020; 18: 2828– 2839. https://doi.org/10.1111/jth.15047    Content is scientific and technical in nature. It is intended as an educational tool for laboratory professionals and topics discussed are not intended as recommendations or as commentary on appropriate clinical practice.

BSS bez tajemnic
#757 Kim ONI są? Elanco Solution Centre

BSS bez tajemnic

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 18:31


Czy słyszeliście już o firmie Elanco?To stosunkowo nowa marka na globalnej mapie biznesowej, ale jeśli spojrzymy na to jak się rozwija, to jestem pewien, że z każdym rokiem będzie o niej można usłyszeć znacznie więcej.Głównym obszarem działalności Elanco jest świat zwierząt, a w zasadzie zdrowia zwierząt. Lecz skąd w takim razie obecność firmy na łamach podcastu BSS bez tajemnic. No cóż, część z Was już się pewnie domyśla, że Elanco ma też swoje centrum usług wspólnych, a w zasadzie co całą sieć centrów usług wspólnych, które ulokowane są w Europie, Azji oraz w Ameryce Północnej.O tym co takiego robi Elanco i jej centra usług wspólnych Elanco Solution Centre. O tym, w których są miastach, jakie procesy obsługują, jakich do tego celów używają języków obcych i o wielu innych ciekawostkach związanych z Elanco Solution Centre, dowiecie się z 757 odcinka podcastu BSS bez tajemnic.Oto kolejna odsłona cyklu Kim ONI są? Poznajcie – Elanco Solution Centre. Gościem podcastu jest Jacek Białas – szef Elanco Solution Centre w Polsce … i nie tylko.Zapraszam! A oto kilka linków, gdybyście poszukiwali więcej informacji o Elanco Animal Health oraz Elanco Solution Centre:Jacek Białas na LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/bialasj/www - https://www.elanco.com/en-usLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/elanco/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/elancoanimalhealth/Twitter- https://twitter.com/Elanco/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/weareelanco/FOCUS ON Business - https://focusonbusiness.eu/pl/firmy/elanco-animal-health/1035 ****************************Nazywam się Wiktor Doktór i na co dzień prowadzę Klub Pro Progressio https://klub.proprogressio.pl/pl – to społeczność wielu firm prywatnych i organizacji sektora publicznego, którym zależy na rozwoju relacji biznesowych w modelu B2B. W podcaście BSS bez tajemnic poza odcinkami solowymi, zamieszczam rozmowy z ekspertami i specjalistami z różnych dziedzin przedsiębiorczości.Jeśli chcesz się o mnie więcej dowiedzieć, to zapraszam do odwiedzin moich kanałów w mediach społecznościowych:YouTube - https://bit.ly/BSSbeztajemnicYTFacebook - https://bit.ly/BSSbtFBLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/wiktordoktor/Możesz też do mnie napisać. Mój adres email to - wiktor.doktor(@)proprogressio.pl ****************************Patronami Podcastu “BSS bez tajemnic” są:Marzena Sawicka ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/marzena-sawicka-a9644a23/ ), Przemysław Sławiński ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/przemys%C5%82aw-s%C5%82awi%C5%84ski-155a4426/ ),Damian Ruciński ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/damian-ruci%C5%84ski/ )Szymon Kryczka ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/szymonkryczka/ )Grzegorz Ludwin ( https://www.linkedin.com/in/gludwin/ ).Wspaniali ludzie, dzięki którym pojawiają się kolejne odcinki tego podcastu. Jeśli i Ty chcesz dołączyć do grona Patronów , to możesz to zrobić przez serwis Patronite - https://patronite.pl/wiktordoktor Możesz także wspierać rozwój tego podcastu przez Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/wiktordoktor Jeśli podoba Ci się to co robię, możesz, przez ten link https://www.buymeacoffee.com/wiktordoktor , kupić mi kawę i tym samym wesprzeć rozwój tego podcastu. Chcesz pomóc mi zbudować domowe studio nagrań – tu jest odpowiednia zrzutka https://zrzutka.pl/j8kvar

Noticentro
SSC implementa un operativo de seguridad y vialidad para el concierto de fin de año de Los Ángeles Azules en la Glorieta del Ahuehuete

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 1:56


-SSC implementa un operativo de seguridad y vialidad para el concierto de fin de año de Los Ángeles Azules en la Glorieta del Ahuehuete-Sujeto que arrolló a vendedor de tamales fue nuevamente detenido-Activan alerta amarilla por temperaturas bajas en CDMX-Más información en nuestro podcast

Noticentro
SSC localizaron y aseguraron uno de los vehículos usado en el atentado contra el periodista Ciro Gómez Leyva

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 1:22


-SSC localizaron y aseguraron uno de los vehículos usado en el atentado contra el periodista Ciro Gómez Leyva-El gobernador de Oaxaca Salomón Jara Cruz anunció un proyecto de rescate de la red hospitalaria en la entidad-Declaran culpable de homicidio calificado con premeditación a Gustavi Díaz, exdiputado priista-Más información en nuestro podcast

Noticentro
Metrobús modifica su horario de servicio este 24 y 25 de diciembre

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022 1:40


-Metrobús modifica su horario de servicio este 24 y 25 de diciembre-SSC Detienen a sujeto señalado como integrante de una banda dedicada al robo a casas habitación -Fue detenido en España MJP, uno de los 10 más buscados por el FBI-Más información en nuestro podcast

Manuel López San Martín
Mecanismo de Protección Integral de CDMX reguarda a 79 periodistas y personas defensoras

Manuel López San Martín

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 12:16


En entrevista Tobyanne Ledesma, directora general del Mecanismo de Protección Integral de la Ciudad de México, habló sobre la protección a comunicadores en la capital del país.

Noticentro
Es un Hecho ¡Incrementan! el costo del Pan, Cerveza y Cigarros

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 1:40


· SSC asegura 190 dosis de droga en un domicilio de la Venustiano · Asesinan al exalcalde del PRD Saúl Reyes Rodríguez · En Suecia sacrifican a tres chimpancés · MÁS INFORMACIÓN EN NUESTRO PODCAST

What The Truck?!?
Trucking: A year in rearview

What The Truck?!?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 55:22


On today's episode of WHAT THE TRUCK?!? Dooner is talking to FreightWaves CEO and Founder Craig Fuller, who stops by the studio to talk about the year that was in freight. What was the top story in ‘22? And what's the real story with wholesale versus retail diesel prices?Uber Freight, Convoy and J.B. Hunt just announced the Scheduling Standards Consortium. According to Uber Freight, “The SSC will establish the freight industry's first formal set of appointment scheduling (API) standards, making it easier to book and manage appointments, optimize processes for drivers, shippers and receivers, and drive operational efficiencies for the industry at large.” We'll find out all about it.PGT Trucking is on a mission to go green. What solutions is it pioneering? TForce Worldwide visits us like the ghost of Christmases past and takes a look at a year of market volatility.Plus, this week's good news and bad news concerning earthquake-proof beds, dumbass drivers, Lulu Lemon's over supply, and Christmas lights on trucks.In addition to Fuller, special guests are Uber Freight's Bill Driegert; Convoy's Brooks McMahon; PGT Trucking's Larry Cox; and TForce Worldwide's Tom Griffin.Visit our sponsorWatch on YouTubeSubscribe to the WTT newsletterApple PodcastsSpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts 

The Atomic Show
Atomic Show #303 – Bret Kugelmass, CEO Last Energy

The Atomic Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 53:06


Rendering of Last Energy's 20 MWe installations (Last Energy) Last Energy is an innovative new company governed by a philosophy of avoiding the invention of anything that has not been done before. They have created a business that is laser focused on building, owning and operating small (20 MWe), modular pressurized water reactors and selling the electricity they produce under long term power purchase agreements. On Atomic Show #303, Bret Kugelmass, the founder, president and CEO of Last Energy describes the path he took from earning a masters degree in robotics at Stanford, through the founding and operation of a successful drone company, to a highly respected podcast, through a non profit think tank and into a utility company that has designed a nuclear power plant that can begin operating as early as 2025 with commercial scale repetition starting almost immediately. Where some believe that nuclear fission requires highly specialized equipment, Last Energy has found that pressure vessels, pumps, piping, heat exchangers and valves of similarly high quality standards are widely available from experienced, commercial suppliers. Their systems, structures and components (SSC) use well-accepted ASME codes and standards and are often identical to the SSC that have been used for decades in chemical processing, oil and gas, and other industrial applications. Last Energy has chosen a small number of initial deployment locations, specifically in the UK, Romania and Poland. They are aiming to supply power to major industrial consumers that need somewhere between 20 and 100 MWe. They will connect to their customers "behind the meter". From the customer point of view, Last Energy power will look and act like the electricity they currently purchase from their local utility company. Last Energy systems will have approximately 2 m diameter pressure vessels that can accommodate full length fuel assemblies and standard control rods with proven drive mechanisms mounted on the reactor head. There will be fewer assemblies in the core, and they will be replaced as a whole unit every 6 years. Each plant will have a single steam generator and coolant pump. Kugelmass explains the reasons behind the company philosophy and design choices. He provides a good summary of their business model and their driving motivations. One aspect of Last Energy's plans should motivate US politicians to modify our current export control regime. Even though their plants are designed to be well within the production capability of US manufacturers, the company is studiously avoiding the production of any nuclear component in the US. Export control processes are too burdensome to be economically justifiable. I hope you enjoy the show and participate in the conversation.

FreightCasts
WHAT THE TRUCK?!? EP523 Trucking: A year in rearview

FreightCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 55:39


On today's episode of WHAT THE TRUCK?!? Dooner is talking to FreightWaves CEO and Founder Craig Fuller, who stops by the studio to talk about the year that was in freight. What was the top story in ‘22? And what's the real story with wholesale versus retail diesel prices?Uber Freight, Convoy and J.B. Hunt just announced the Scheduling Standards Consortium. According to Uber Freight, “The SSC will establish the freight industry's first formal set of appointment scheduling (API) standards, making it easier to book and manage appointments, optimize processes for drivers, shippers and receivers, and drive operational efficiencies for the industry at large.” We'll find out all about it.PGT Trucking is on a mission to go green. What solutions is it pioneering? TForce Worldwide visits us like the ghost of Christmases past and takes a look at a year of market volatility.Plus, this week's good news and bad news concerning earthquake-proof beds, dumbass drivers, Lulu Lemon's over supply, and Christmas lights on trucks.In addition to Fuller, special guests are Uber Freight's Bill Driegert; Convoy's Brooks McMahon; PGT Trucking's Larry Cox; and TForce Worldwide's Tom Griffin.Visit our sponsorWatch on YouTubeSubscribe to the WTT newsletterApple PodcastsSpotifyMore FreightWaves Podcasts Love's Truck Care & Speedco is the nation's largest preventative maintenance network over the road. With more than 1,500 maintenance bays offering light mechanical services and DOT inspections, we've invested in our locations and staff to get your drivers back on the road quickly and safely. Visit loves.com to learn more.

Sun Seed Community Podcast
S4E3 Internal Power

Sun Seed Community Podcast

Play Episode Play 54 sec Highlight Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 66:35 Transcription Available


Que Beyonce's "MY POWER' song cause we are gettin' into it for the final episode! This episode was inspired by the conversations I had with my community about how we define power and creative energy. Some call it Asè, some call it Qi . . . what do you call it?After this episode you might just find yourself wanting to reconnect with your own power. . .and check out Goddexx in their sparkly blue one-piece. Goddexx aka La Espiritista (They/Goddexx) is a performance artist, full spectrum life coach, and intuitive guide. They are the author of “Butterfly: Una Transformación,” a collection of poetry which provides a spiritual framework around the process of inner transformation through four phases of metamorphosis: release. renewal. retreat. rebirth.Their experience of religious trauma has led them to a path of integration & celebration of the whole being. Through their work, they explore a variety of themes ranging from healing, self-love, sexuality, faith, intimacy, gender expression, trauma, reclamation.Joshua Young(they/them) teaches guided meditation and emotional intelligence internationally. They focus on creating a channel for empowering those who work within therapeutic, caregiving, and wellness-focused communities. Joshua offers “Renegotiating Reality: Welcoming Inclusion Workshop” that serves to cultivate community by helping to define our roles as individuals in a community, disengaging from perspectives of separation, understanding our capacity to provide, and feeling empowered to make the best choices for ourselves and those around us.Tiff Lin (they/them) is a queer 1.5 gen Taiwanese-American multidimensional mystic and artist living, playing, working in unceded Ohlone territory (Oakland, CA). As a Yang Earth Dragon, their mission is to help folx unlock their true gifts and have the courage to step into their own unique path. Tiff offers embodiment coaching and assist those navigating life transition and existential angst through the wisdom of BaZi Chinese Astrology. They are currently organizing in a few movements within Asian diaspora liberation spaces, Fierce Vulnerability Network, Resource Generation- committed to racialized healing, climate justice, redistribution of money, land and power. Their role within this greater revolution is to be an embodiment of joy, presence, pleasure, creation and inner abundance. To Tiff, life isn't about what you do, but about the spirit in which you live. And they intend to follow that soul mantra while creating art and welcoming catharsis along the way.CONTACT GUESTIG @tiffrexrei | Venmo @tiffrexrei | website tiffanylin.coIG @iamgoddexx | Venmo @iamgoddexx | website iamgoddexx.comJoshua | Cashapp $trustyourori | website afroeroticbody.orgPRODUCED BY: GoddessSUPPORT SSChttps://www.paypal.com/paypalme/GoddessSowerOfSeedsFOLLOW SSCSunseedcommunity.comFB/IG: @SunseedcommunitySubscribe to SSC here

Progressive Rehab & Strength
#22 - Facebook Live #2: Programming, Nutrition & Injuries!

Progressive Rehab & Strength

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 68:38


Dr. Rori Alter, PT, PRSCC, SSC, and Dr. Alyssa Haveson, PT, PRSCC, CSCS, sat down with the listeners to answer all the questions submitted for our October 2022 live Q&A podcast show!    They covered an array of topics, but because these were questions asked directly, they were able to address individual cases while providing valuable insight for everyone.    These topics included:    ☑️The intention of exercise selection and the purpose of variations. In addition to how to make changes to meet the needs of the individual.  ☑️Technique cues you might be missing.  ☑️Education on pain and injury during training with insight into the PRS algorithm. Specifically on low back/gluteal pain and what modifications made sense for the lifter who asked. ☑️Maintenance vs. Competition nutrition served with a dose of reality checks.  ☑️Nuances of counting macros for all ages, genders, goals, and life phases   The EXACT Questions We Cover In This Episode:   Jeff Haggar - What exercises do you recommend for improving upper back strength which would best carry over into increasing my bench press max? Steph Tracy - I am curious about when to pause or not pause on the chest with accessory bench work.  I tend to gravitate towards a pause, because a pause is ingrained for comp bench, but a touch and go approach seems more appropriate for some other bench variations (like sling shot  or larsen). Anonymous - When's the best time to inhale on OP, before or after the overhead shrug? Katrina Taylor Injury question- so I've had a deep ache in my glute during the lockout of deadlifts for about a month now. the pain initially stuck to deadlifts, just a pinch and then an ache that lasted a few seconds once the weight came back down, but has since started irritating me in other leg day workouts (hack squats, single leg leg press), and then yesterday appeared in BB back squats, causing me to ”fold” and fail a weight i usually rep no problem. I've tried stretching, foam rolling, warming up better, only lighter deadlifts, and it keeps getting worse. Any advice? James Hammons- There always seems to be confusion around this question and I feel like the diet apps and macros tracking apps are all over the place with how they deal with this…Let's make this question easy and assume I'm making hamburgers for dinner. I like grilled burgers more than pan fried so I season my 90/10 ground beef and fire up my grill. While the patties are cooking the fat from the beef is dripping off the meat into the bottom of the grill. Does this mean that I have effectively lowered the fat content of my patty from 10% to “something less than 10%”? If so, I assume that we should be accounting for cooking styles when tracking macros or else we could end up consuming less fats than we need/should be consuming. Trina - I get caught up in counting macros and wanting to maintain my prep physique well beyond a powerlifting meet. I find myself resistant to eating more during the maintenance phase. I know this is all psychological and would appreciate their thoughts on how to balance the mindset needed for maintenance vs prep. Ed Perrucca - Approaching 60, I am wondering if I'm eating too much or too little. I eat 2800 calories per day broken into 40/30/30 macros. I'm sure to eat 200 or more grams of protein from Chicken, Turkey, Beef, Eggs, Fish and dairy. I'm 5'10” , 206 lbs. I'm at the start of NLP. Six weeks in after a long layoff from a ACDF and Lumbar discectomy.  My lifts are 175 squat, 150 bench, 85 Press and 235 Deadlift. I have seen lots of articles and videos about diet for the 18-35 year old age group. Is it just trial and error? To get your questions answered, PRS sends out a newsletter via email that you can respond to or join during the live event to ask and receive an answer directly from the knowledgeable PRS Clinical coaches! To gain access to these live events in the future, join our FREE Facebook group: the Secret Society of Barbell Mastery.  RESOURCES:  Are You Optimizing the Overhead Press Start Position? PRS IG Video Article: Is Graston, IASTM, Massage, Stim & Dry Needling Going to Help Your Powerlifting Injuries? Book a FREE Rehab Consultation Article: Protein: 3 Reasons Why You Need More of It & How to Boost Your Intake Article: Athlete Recovery | Barbell Physical Therapy for Injured Powerlift Join our Facebook Community for free form checks, live Q&As & more: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PRS.Barbell.Mastery    Got questions or guests you'd like to hear on the show? Submit them here: https://forms.gle/7Vu2HmgHoeQY9xM59    Get in touch with the show! Web: https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com Email: podcast@progressiverehabandstrength.com Rori IG: @rorimegan_prs Alyssa IG: @alyssahope_prs

Noticentro
Defensa de Murillo Karam apelará decisión del juez de negarle la prisión domiciliaria

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 1:50


Defensa de Murillo Karam apelará decisión del juez de negarle la prisión domiciliariaSSC replegó manifestación de un grupo de vecinos de San Gregorio AtlapulcoEl presidente de Bolivia, Luis Arce, promulgó este viernes la ley para realizar un censo de poblaciónMás información en nuestro Podcast

Progressive Rehab & Strength
#21 - Mindset & Habits To Build A Healthy Relationship With Food For Strength, Performance, Physique & Life With Alessandra & Josh Skutnik of SD Evolution

Progressive Rehab & Strength

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 77:57


Deciphering accurate health and fitness information can be challenging in a world of information overload! Especially when trying to fit it into your already busy life.  In today's episode, Dr. Rori Alter, PT, PRSCC, SSC, and Dr. Alyssa Haveson, PT, PRSCC, sit down with special guests: Alessandra and Josh Skutnik, the creators of SD Evolution and FIT Coach Pro. They cover essential and practical tools that you must hear to achieve your desired, healthy lifestyle: 

Noticentro
Fiscalía de Durango informó que ha recibido 40 denuncias de familiares de personas diagnosticadas con meningitis

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 1:31


Fiscalía de Durango informó que ha recibido 40 denuncias de familiares de personas diagnosticadas con meningitisElementos de la SSC aseguró un camión con 200 perros de raza en la Gustavo A. MaderoMás Información en nuestro podcast

The Spooky Succubus-Cast

**This ep has a cw for suicide and self harmBe warned - we have access to JSTOR again so it's OVER for you bitches. This week, we're chatting about Korean zombie flick #Alive, set in a Rear Window-esque apartment setup but with flesh eating. It's sad, funny, gross, and SSC approved!

Sun Seed Community Podcast
S4E2 Trusting After Harm

Sun Seed Community Podcast

Play Episode Play 50 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 83:25 Transcription Available


Is closure a myth? Do we have to be emotionally open with ALL the people we know? What is a healthy amount of acceptance? These are the questions that Big Wind, Dalia, Julia, Kiam and I talked about navigating.  I think we all ask these questions when trying to trust after harm and experiencing grief.  What we don't always talk about is how very human and natural these experiences and thoughts are.Big Wind(they/them) was born at the headwaters of the Missouri River to A Northern Arapaho mother and Gros Ventre father in Great Falls, Montana. Big Wind was raised on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming and enjoys being outdoors, hiking, and swimming in the nearest water way. As a Indigenous Two Spirit, they believe in the art of balancing both masculine and feminine energies, and how taping into that power, can lead to a more balanced approach to accountability and transformative justice. Dalia Kinsey(no pronouns) is a Registered Dietitian and creator of the Body Liberation for All podcast, a show dedicated to amplifying the health and happiness of LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC folx. On a mission to spread joy, reduce suffering, and eliminate health disparities in the QTBIPOC community, Dalia rejects diet culture (which is rooted in white supremacy) and teaches folks how to use nutrition as a self-care and personal empowerment tool.Julia Mallory(she/they) is a storyteller and grief worker working with a range of mediums from text to textiles. Their latest book, Survivor's Guilt is an archive of survivorship that chronicles generational grief through photographs, poetry, and prose. She is also the founder of the creative container, Black Mermaids and serves as the Senior Poetry Editor for Raising Mothers. Their work can be found in Barrelhouse, The Offing, the Black Speculative Arts Movement exhibition "Curating the End of the World: RED SPRING”, Stellium Literary Magazine, MadameNoire, and elsewhere. Their short, experimental film, Grief is the Glitch, premiered this spring on the film festival circuit.  Kiam Marcelo Junio(they/them)  (b. Philippines) is a multimedia artist, holistic wellness coach, and a US Navy veteran. As an artist, Kiam explores themes of corporeality, identity, and time. Their work eludes rigid definitions of discipline, exploring and expressing through all five senses. Kiam also coaches creative professionals committed to developing healthy habits, a confident presence, and fulfilling relationships. Their mission is rooted in helping people create changes in their inner and outer worlds by developing deep self-knowledge, sustainable self-love, and authentic self-expression. Kiam envisions a world where artists lead the way, forging new paths for future generations. CONTACT GUESTIG @BigWindRiver | Paypal AKABigWind T Website daliakinsey.substack.comIG @thejuliamallory | CashApp $Blackmermaids | Website blackmermaids.comIG @iamkiam| Venmo @iamkiam | Website mahalhealingarts.comPRODUCED BY: GoddessSUPPORT SSChttps://www.paypal.com/paypalme/GoddessSowerOfSeedsFOLLOW SSCSunseedcommunity.comFB/IG: @SunseedcommunitySubscribe to SSC here

Noticentro
SSC alista operativo de vigilancia para el Buen Fin

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 1:33


•FGR atraerá investigación de desplome de helicóptero •Más información en nuestro podcast

Progressive Rehab & Strength
Ten Minute Tip #12: Staff PT to Cash PT | 4 Hacks to Transitioning From Working FOR Someone to Working For Yourself

Progressive Rehab & Strength

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 14:15


ATTENTION ALL ATHLETES, COACHES & CLINICIANS! Enrollment for our online course, Barbell Coaching & Movement Optimization, is now open!  BCMO is a comprehensive online mentorship course on technique, theory, & practical application for all clinical, coaching, and athletic levels helping you:  ✓Understand the biomechanics & physics of barbell training ✓Know what optimal technique is & how to choose the right lift for the individual ✓Effectively coach movement in the in-person or remote setting ✓Develop movement assessment and modification skills  ✓Have a lifting model to concisely coach the main barbell movements (squat, bench press, deadlift, & overhead press) ✓Utilize an effective process for assessing and modifying barbell movements based on the individual's needs Learn more about BCMO and enroll here >>https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com/bcmo(NSCA, NASM, and PT CEUs pending)   The number one question asked by our Clinical Barbell Coaching Institute physical therapy, chiropractic, or barbell coaching students is “how do I combat the experience of being undervalued, underpaid, overworked, and having terrible hours at my current job?”    You aren't alone if you want to break free of the status quo.    So often, people feel forced to practice a certain way and handcuffed to the model of the company they work for. Whether that is people who are coaching for a corporate model, practicing clinicians at a mill-model clinic, or athletes looking to transition out of their day job to coaching.     In this episode of the PRS Podcast, Dr. Rori Alter, PT, PRSCC, SSC, explores how she went from a full-time, mill-model physical therapy clinic where she experienced immense burnout to successfully running Progressive Rehab & Strength, both online and in person.    In just 10-minutes she covers the four things you need while keeping your day job as you transition your side hustle to the career of your dreams:    First and foremost, MINDSET SHIFT - this is not the easy road out. You must be willing to be uncomfortable, to put in the work, and understand that this isn't going to be easy, but it will be worth it.  Creating expectations and boundaries with not only other people but also yourself and your time. Overcome the scarcity mindset - the power of saying NO.  Work remotely - the more effective you are at coaching people, the quicker you can coach people remotely. The importance of having a systematic way of coaching, analyzing, and assessing movement through video analysis. As well as an effective way of communicating virtually with your clients. This ultimately frees up more time to invest in your business and reach more people.   So if you want to start coaching more effectively so that your side hustle isn't overwhelming, we've got two things for you. The FREE Barbell Movement Masterclass and we go over the PRS four-phase approach to coaching movement, which also helps you improve your ability to coach people.  PRS Barbell Coaching & Movement Optimization course, if you're looking for an effective way to communicate with clients, take the time that you're trading for dollars in-person sessions that are exhausting and step over your time boundaries and your ability to enjoy your life while still working with people on the side and having a full-time job.    If you are listening to this after the live enrollment, don't worry! The link will automatically take you to the waitlist for the next time we run this Masterclass and the next cohort waitlist for Barbell Coaching and Movement and Optimization! So you will want to take advantage of this episode.   

Single Serving Cinema
SSC 38: Dunkirk (Nolan, 2017)—Nolan's greatest film?

Single Serving Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 87:55


Tim & Tay are joined by Kyle Snarr to discuss Christopher Nolan's war epic Dunkirk. We talk about time strata, IMAX, and more.  Our guest this week is Kyle Snarr, a gear guy, auto enthusiast, and film buff. He's the Head of Partnerships at Worn & Wound, the co-founder of Cantonment Co. (a TGN favorite), and a big fan of SSC. SynopsisAllied soldiers cornered by the German threat in Dunkirk, France must survive as a daring civilian rescue is mounted to get them home safe across the English Channel. Starring Fionn Whitehead and directed by Christopher Nolan, Dunkirk was released July 19, 2017.Find out where to watch Dunkirk.Scene  [1:02:17 - 1:10:30]As storylines converge, Collins' plane crash-lands in the sea as Mr. Dawson, with his son, Peter, races to save him. Back on the beach, Tommy and a group of English soldiers take refuge in a beached Dutch ship, which quickly turns into a new kind of hell as the Germans begin using the hull as target practice. The scene stars Jack Lowden as Collins, Mark Rylance as Mr, Dawson, and Fionn Whitehead as Tommy.LinksMemento at SundanceThe Rewatchables discuss Dunkirk with TarantinoVox's explainer on the "Shepard tone"Musical analysis via MediumDrowned IMAX cameraRecommendationsKyle: Insomnia (Nolan, 2002)—where to watchTim: La Jetee (Marker, 1972)—where to watchTay: 71 (Demange, 2014)—where to watchFollow: SSC on Instagram SSC on Twitter Tim on Letterboxd

Progressive Rehab & Strength
Ten Minute Tip #11: Choosing the Right Cue in Barbell Training

Progressive Rehab & Strength

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 15:31


Learn more about our online course, Barbell Coaching & Movement Optimization, and if it's right for you by visiting progressiverehabandstrength.com/bcmo   Enrollment runs from 11/8/2022 through 11/17/2022 and space is limited.   Since the world of strength sports has entered the online sphere, more and more coaches are providing services remotely. This shift is incredible, but it leads us to question what a “cue” really is and highlights a huge misconception of what constitutes cueing for barbell athletes.    And for those who are still coaching in person, cueing can be a bit overwhelming for you and your athletes. Constantly wrestling with questions such as: “what is the best cue for this athlete or this particular movement?”, “When is the most appropriate time to provide a cue?”, “how many times do I use the same cue before you try a new one?” and “why isn't this cue working for this individual?”   In this episode, PRS Clinical Coaches Dr. Rori Alter, PT, PRSCC, SSC and Dr. Alyssa Haveson, PT, PRSCC, CSCS get into the nitty gritty of “cueing.” They answer all your questions in just 10 minutes (with a few bonus minutes!) and cover:    ✔️How to effectively “cue” someone online and what you may be doing wrong ✔️The various types of cues, their effectiveness, and how to identify the best one  ✔️The proper implementation of cues for the main barbell lifts when you are providing real-time coaching  ✔️9 Elements of Safe and Effective Barbell Training   After listening to this episode, you will gain confidence in your ability to give cues effectively. The what, when, why and how so that you can efficiently communicate with each of your clients to ensure they maximize strength while reducing the risk of injury.   Join our Facebook Community for free form checks, live Q&As & more: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PRS.Barbell.Mastery    Got questions or guests you'd like to hear on the show? Submit them here: https://forms.gle/7Vu2HmgHoeQY9xM59    Get in touch with the show! Web: https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com Email: podcast@progressiverehabandstrength.com Rori IG: @rorimegan_prs Alyssa IG: @alyssahope_prs

Ambitious Crossover Attempt
Episode 44 - Blue Check Your Privilege

Ambitious Crossover Attempt

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 72:57


Jen and Noam continue to discuss The Biggest News Ever; the changes being made to Twitter in the wake of Elon's acquisition, the sustained freakout, the true value of a bluecheck, $8 verification, and the pending misinformation apocalypse.  We also sneak in a little Andor talk before taking on Ron DeSanctimonious' chances of winning the GOP nomination and if he should run in 2024 at all. And as usual we will be on Callin at 8:30pm Eastern Wednesday night where we'll break down the Stupid Tuesday results (or at least those that will be known at that time) https://www.callin.com/show/all-crossed-out-jVWglWcHxW  Show notes: Twitter hilariously bans a Qanoner after taking his Twitter Blue money: https://twitter.com/nycsouthpaw/status/1589025757183242240 Noam wrote a very good piece critiquing Max Fisher's book on social media and you should read it: https://www.commentary.org/articles/noam-blum/social-media-chaos-machine/ Yoel Roth once again has to make a tweet thread explaining what really happened with the Twitter layoffs as it relates to the content moderation team: https://twitter.com/yoyoel/status/1588657228462317568 For everyone who thinks the new penalty for impersonating a public figure on Twitter is new, let me take you back to 2019 when we were discussing parody accounts getting the banhammer: https://twitter.com/NateSilver538/status/1088088107134668801 Matt Yglesias' tweet thread (the one we savaged that is): https://twitter.com/mattyglesias/status/1588190763413868553 Some folks over at Twitter bluecheck verification allegedly had quite the side hustle: https://twitter.com/WSBChairman/status/1588973918379200512 Thaddeus Russell's critique on the critique of conspicuous consumption: https://reason.com/2014/02/01/that-kind-of-luxe-just-aint-for-us-the-p/ That time that the NYT doxed SSC for no good reason other than to start shit with the tech bros: https://www.thedailybeast.com/the-slate-star-codex-doxxing-is-the-latest-squabble-inside-new-york-times Pfffft why didn't you know that Trump secretly hates DeSantis, the right people have known for months: https://twitter.com/jdawsey1/status/1589097754521137152

Noticentro
Arranca en Egipto la Cumbre del Clima

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 1:44


•Choque deja 4 muertos en Sonora•CDMX vacunará contra covid a menores 5 años•Más información en nuestro podcast

Progressive Rehab & Strength
#18 - Barbell Training Adaptability: How To Avoid The Biggest Pitfalls Of A Rigid Approach To Training

Progressive Rehab & Strength

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 36:21


Learn more about our online course, Barbell Coaching & Movement Optimization, and if it's right for you by visiting progressiverehabandstrength.com/bcmo   Enrollment runs from 11/8/2022 through 11/17/2022 and space is limited.   Many barbell athletes experience aches and pains during their training even when they feel like they're doing everything right. Unfortunately, despite their best efforts or adherence to a specific template program or movement model, they can be left feeling less than ideal and struggling to push through discomfort or pain.    Whether you are a barbell or powerlifting coach working with athletes, a physical therapist or chiropractor rehabbing injured powerlifters through the athlete recovery process, or the person experiencing this, it can be very frustrating for everyone involved.    Don't get us wrong, training should be challenging and require you to push the limits from time to time.   At PRS, we have helped countless athletes dealing with injuries, and there always seems to be very distinct trends:   They are following a generic template program incorrectly, that does not accommodate for fatigue, is chronically at too high of an intensity, or is not tailored enough to match their individual capabilities.  They try to subscribe to and replicate a movement model they read in a book, watched on youtube, or are trying to emulate their favorite athlete's technique without considering their own attributes.    It's crucial to understand that each of us are different. From our anthropometry, chronological and training age, injury history, time constraints, life stressors, ability to recover, and so much more.    All of these details provide the distinction between coaching a movement and coaching the person and must be considered when implementing a program and performing the barbell lifts.    So rather than forcing a rigid movement model or programming template on an individual, it's best to evolve each of these based on their individuality.    It's easy to fall victim to the “BEST” way to lift, coach, or program, especially with all the advice and programs on the internet. However, in this episode, PRS Clinical Coaches, Dr. Rori Alter, PT, PRSCC, SSC and Dr. Alyssa Haveson, PT, PRSCC, CSCS provide insight into how they have evolved a systematic movement model and program that adapts to every individual and discuss specific cases.   Episode Resources:   Barbell Movement Masterclass (sign up for free) >> https://bit.ly/3DR7KPe  The PRS Lifting Manual >> https://bit.ly/3CDDs0p  The Sustainable Training Builder >> https://bit.ly/3zgMtux    Join our Facebook Community for free form checks, live Q&As & more: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PRS.Barbell.Mastery    Got questions or guests you'd like to hear on the show? Submit them here: https://forms.gle/7Vu2HmgHoeQY9xM59    Get in touch with the show! Web: https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com Email: podcast@progressiverehabandstrength.com Rori IG: @rorimegan_prs Alyssa IG: @alyssahope_prs

Sun Seed Community Podcast
Gender Fluidity In Deities

Sun Seed Community Podcast

Play Episode Play 59 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 55:18 Transcription Available


This is a conversation I've had with many in my beloved community. We have a hunger to see and be affirmed by more deities and Spiritual practices that embrace our gender fluidity and queerness. So, here are a few folx who are reclaiming their Spiritual and cultural lineages in radically gender-euphoric and magickal ways. Join Goddess, Meesha, Nchedochukwu, and Tiff as they dive into their connections to deities that exist across the gender spectrum. And Meesha has a special treat for SSC listeners. Get 10% off your order at the Alchemystic Studio Apothecary with code: SunSeed.And shout out to Acorn Center 4 Restoration and Freedom!Tiff Lin (they/them) is a queer 1.5 gen Taiwanese-American multidimensional mystic and artist living, playing, working in unceded Ohlone territory (Oakland, CA). As a Yang Earth Dragon, their mission is to help folx unlock their true gifts and have the courage to step into their own unique path. Tiff offers embodiment coaching and assist those navigating life transition and existential angst through the wisdom of BaZi Chinese Astrology. They are currently organizing in a few movements within Asian diaspora liberation spaces, Fierce Vulnerability Network, Resource Generation- committed to racialized healing, climate justice, redistribution of money, land and power. Their role within this greater revolution is to be an embodiment of joy, presence, pleasure, creation and inner abundance. To Tiff, life isn't about what you do, but about the spirit in which you live. And they intend to follow that soul mantra while creating art and welcoming catharsis along the way..Nchedochukwu (they/them) is a multi-dimensional, multi-talented queer, transgender non-binary, neurodivergent, and first generation Nigerian-American. They are multi-gifted in healing, spirituality, and energy arts and work as a healing-centered + transformation coach, integrative holistic healer, spiritual consultant, psychic medium, and trauma specialist. By life they are a trauma thriver, by trade a holistic public health professional, artist by heart, mystic by soul, medicine wo/mxn by calling, and anything by choice and divine alignment. They are also a healing + spirituality influencer and content creator for the Musings of Them social media platform. Nchedochukwu is passionate about guiding others in healing, releasing, and transmuting core wounds, limiting beliefs, and trauma into embodied liberation in alignment with authentic truth and the highest self.Meesha (they/she)Is A Queer non-binary multidimensional creatrix soul space traversing many realms as they reclaim the medicine and power of their ancestors from north India and Kashmir. Meesha works to unlearn and unpack the harm done by colonization, patriarchy, caste, and other systems of oppression, and co-weave the new way with others in the community who work to re-indigenize a pleasurable future. They believe deeply in a more just and equitable society where we uplift one another through abolishing the old and resurrecting communal care and inherent Earth/Cosmic medicine. They create tangible offerings that teach yoga as a holistic way of life and decolonization as an embodied practice through their virtual yoga community Alchemystic Studio.  CONTACT GUESTIG @tiffrexrei | Venmo @tiffrexrei | website www.tiffanylin.coIG @musingsofthem | Venmo @nchedo | website www.h4l.studioIG @alchemystic_studio | Venmo @Meesha_Sharma | www.alchemysticstudio.comPRODUCED BY: GoddessSUPPORT SSChttps://www.paypal.com/paypalme/GoddessSowerOfSeeds

Noticentro
Monreal hace un llamado a la CNDH

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 1:22


•Jesús Zambrano hizo un llamado a todos los partidos•SSC monta operativo por festividades•Policía de Corea del Sur admitió su error en tragedia de Halloween •Más información en nuestro Podcast

Progressive Rehab & Strength
Ten Minute Tip #10: How to Modify the Barbell Lifts for Pain or Injury

Progressive Rehab & Strength

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 12:36


ATTENTION ALL ATHLETES, COACHES & CLINICIANS! Register for our FREE Barbell Movement Masterclass on Nov. 8th, 9th, and 16th! Sign up to attend live or get the replay! >> https://bit.ly/3NmJozI    Many barbell athletes experience aches, pains, and injuries. Whether a specific incident happens during or outside of lifting, these injuries can impact training and leave you confused about how to best manage continuing to train in pursuit of your strength goals.   The last thing you want to do or tell someone is to “stop lifting.”    Here at PRS, we want to ensure athletes stay lifting and working toward their goals no matter what. To do this, we have created four core goals that we aim to accomplish when working with any client:   1️⃣Maximize Strength and Muscular Development 2️⃣Reduce Injury Risk  3️⃣Maximize Performance and Goal Outcomes  4️⃣Maintain Longevity    So to satisfy these four core goals at Progressive Rehab and Strength, we approach pain and injury with one thing in mind:    Stay as close as possible to the main movement, volume, and, ideally, relative intensity to support the program's intention.    This will help you continue to make progress, stay on track toward your goals, get stronger, and overcome your injuries without any major detours.    In this episode of the PRS Podcast, Dr. Rori Alter, PT, PRSCC, SSC, and Dr. Alyssa Haveson, PT, PRSCC, CSCS, shed insight on navigating pain and injuries to keep you training.    Here's what you'll find in this episode:   First order, actionable steps to modifying the lifts and keeping them as close to the main lifts as possible Manipulative variables that can be applied to each main barbell lift to help keep you on track with your goals Insight on equipment alternatives: the when, why, and how to best utilize each Gear recommendations to ensure you aren't stalling your progress How to keep you and your clients in the gym and training hard   If you are a barbell strength or powerlifting coach, athlete, or a clinician, this episode will help you navigate pain and injury without major detours.    This episode goes great with our Pain & Injuries in Training series (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3).   Join our Facebook Community for free form checks, live Q&As & more: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PRS.Barbell.Mastery    Got questions or guests you'd like to hear on the show? Submit them here: https://forms.gle/7Vu2HmgHoeQY9xM59    Get in touch with the show! Web: https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com Email: podcast@progressiverehabandstrength.com Rori IG: @rorimegan_prs Alyssa IG: @alyssahope_prs

Diaries of a Domme + Questions Answered, by Chastity Queen
Why do many in BDSM enjoy ABDL/DL? + Can BDSM heal the mind?

Diaries of a Domme + Questions Answered, by Chastity Queen

Play Episode Play 33 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 91:37


TRIGGER WARNING: Some discussions involving CSA In this episode, I dive into ABDL role play and dl sensation play, what it is and how stigmas exist against those who enjoy this style of play.  ABDL/dl play has become extremely popular and discussing it will remove some of the most common misconceptions, surrounding it.  Bunny joins Me, as we discuss this and We/we each share personal stories that may be challenging to listen to but serve to lift everyone up, in the message of hope, healing and growth.  We also talk about Star Trek's Prime Directive and how this would benefit society as a whole. Right?!  We touch on dungeon safety, as we often do and the discuss the draw backs of mixing alcohol and drugs, in any D/s impact scenes.The biggest question is: Has Chastity Queen ever tried on a diaper in an ABDL session? Listen, to find out.* At the end of this episode we had some minor audio issues, but you can still hear the message.  Bunny simply sounds like he's in a wind tunnel or Mr. Roboto from 1:25-1:30.  If anything, it adds a Sci-Fi aesthetic to the audio.  HA HA Enjoy xoxoChastity Queen Locked In Lust 10% OFF:CHASTITYQUEEN Use Discount Code:CHASTITYQUEEN for 10% OFF ANYTHING at www.lockedinlust.com GET KINKY TONIGHT! XOLOVE SHOP 15% OFF Sex Toys & MORE Get 15% OFF sex toys, lingerie and more, using PROMO CODE: CHASTITY QUEEN Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.https://www.linktr.ee/ChastityQUEEN

Bear Down Sports Association Podcast
Crutch's Corner Ep 2

Bear Down Sports Association Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 22:00


Nova Southeastern Head Coach Jim Crutchfield talks the Sharks latest scrimmage, what he liked/didn't like, why they didn't scrimmage Miami this season, and of his reaction of being picked to finish #1 in the SSC.

Vicious Whispers with Mark Tullius
Episode 185: Biily Graves of Slasher Sports Cinema and His Halloween Horror Film Suggestion

Vicious Whispers with Mark Tullius

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 63:28


This week my guest is Biily Graves of Slasher Sports Cinema podcast. He stops by to talk about what drew him into horror, what the SSC podcast is all about, and give us some lesser-known Halloween horror film suggestions. To find out more about Billy and Slasher Sports Cinema: https://linktr.ee/slashersports (40:30) The short horror story "Wrong Side Tavern" taken from Twisted Reunion and narrated by Tee Quillin.

Ana Francisca Vega
Rescate animal: "Vecinos reportaron el maltrato a perros en Lomas de Sotelo"

Ana Francisca Vega

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 10:29


En entrevista Leticia Varela, directora de la Brigada de Vigilancia Animal de la SSC, indicó que la respuesta a las denuncias le correspondía a las autoridades de la alcaldía.

怪獸訓練電台
EP41.又是QA~

怪獸訓練電台

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 37:36


【本集重點】 - 肌力與體能訓練本身不是一種專項運動,而是用來為其他專項運動輔助的訓練技術系統~ 主要分為三部分,基本肌力體能(建立多元強壯)、專項肌力體能與運動傷害防護。在前期基礎肌力建立的過程中,各專項間的差異不大,在進入到專項肌力的時候,才會依各種需求進行訓練。 - 肌腱的訓練方式:肌腱為彈性組織,也是力量傳遞中的一部分,雖然不如肌肉具有收縮去對抗阻力的能力,但是依然可以透過訓練來強化。而目前訓練的方式仍有多種說法,包含 1. 部分訓練人士認為,肌腱的適應性不如肌肉,因此訓練初期需要採取低強度高反覆。(e.g. 3sets x 15reps) 2. 另一派人認為,只要動作標準,循序漸進,訓練總量有管制得宜,肌健依然還是可以採用中高強度訓練(e.g. 3sets x 5reps)。 3. 還有一派認為,非收縮性的組織不一定需要用收縮來對抗阻力的方式去訓練。更佳的方式是可以利用SSC (stretch-shortening cycle 伸展收縮循環)、增強式訓練等方式。 - 國外有訓練教練針對膝蓋的訓練法,則是故意在蹲下時蹲到最低,並將膝蓋盡量往前推,藉以走全程動作幅度。而該教練也藉由這樣的訓練,發現部分軟組織在拉伸的過程中得到訓練的效果。雖然還有部分教練認為可以進一步討論,但是這種較為創新的訓練方式,也是值得關注與理解。 - 臥推彈弓(Slingshot)發明人早期為健力選手,發明臥推彈弓是為了輔助健力的臥推訓練。使用此輔具可以讓臥推時在低點降低負擔,同時又維繫雙手在一個較佳的位置。 - 等長收縮肌力訓練:提升最大肌力,甚至有機會製造肌肉生長的一種基本訓練法。但是因為在關節角度或動作型態的特定性,因此在應用上有某個程度的侷限。 - 速度訓練:包含了儲備力量、神經系統的訓練。但是回到基本,還是要有足夠的肌力基礎。同時如果牽涉到專項運動,則專項技術的精熟也是重要因素之一。 - 敏捷度訓練:敏捷度是一種獨特的能力,或是一種專項爆發力的表現?敏捷度是一種快速變化方向、急停、加減速等能力。然而敏捷度的訓練中也發現,有強烈的專項關係,較難產生高度的遷移效果。例如繩梯跑得極其順暢,但是不一定能立刻轉移到其他球類的專項需求。而且在運動場上,專業選手的敏捷度有一部分來自高強的預判能力。但是整體來說,敏捷度的背後基礎來自爆發力、發力率的提升。 - 單邊訓練是否可以參考Prilepin chart? Prilepin chart早期是用以舉重選手的訓練做出的統計,如果應用在健力型態的訓練上,本身就需要進行部分的修改。應用在單邊訓練上,依然可以作為參考,但是最後還是要以個人的狀態與目標進行調整。 ------------- 怪獸訓練:https://www.facebook.com/monstertraining 小巨蛋/古亭基地:https://www.facebook.com/monstertrainingacademy 竹北基地:https://www.facebook.com/MonsterTrainingHC/ 民權西基地:https://www.facebook.com/MonsterTrainingMQW 民權西基地IG:https://www.instagram.com/monster.training_enerbarbell/ Powered by Firstory Hosting

The Suno India Show
Crores seized in West Bengal from political heavyweights, TMC in trouble?

The Suno India Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 27:30


Since July, huge amounts of cash have been seized by central agencies from various key figures in West Bengal politics. It all started with Partho Chatterjee who was at the time the Education Minister of Bengal. At different properties of his close associate Arpita Mukherjee, the Enforcement Directorate seized around 50 crore rupees in connection with the Staff Selection Commission scam or the SSC scam. Then TMC leader Anubrata Mondal was arrested by the CBI in August in a cross border cattle smuggling scam. A fixed deposit worth ₹16.97 crores belonging to his family members and associates had been seized by the investigators. In September, the CBI said that ₹80 lakh cash had been seized from the premises of Raju Sahani, a TMC municipality chairman, in connection with a chit-fund scam.  In this episode of The Suno India Show, host Suryatapa Mukherjee speaks to Sambit Pal about what this means for TMC's future in the state. He is the author of Bengal Conundrum: Rise of the BJP and Future of the TMC. He is a senior journalist from West Bengal and an Associate Professor at the MIT Art, Design and Technology University in Pune.  NDTV Expose: Meet Karnataka's Bribe-Paying Contractors ED granted 14-day custody of TMC MLA in teachers' recruitment case | Hindustan Times Why are the CBI and ED conducting raids only in non-BJP ruled states? See sunoindia.in/privacy-policy for privacy information.

Brews and Tiny Teeth, The Unfiltered Pediatric Dentistry Podcast
Bozeman Montana, Elk Hunting, and Hard Tissue Lasers, with Dr. Justin Stevens

Brews and Tiny Teeth, The Unfiltered Pediatric Dentistry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 66:59


Dr. Justin Stevens is a pediatric dentist and practice owner in Bozeman, Montana. His wife, Joni, is also a pediatric dentist. Together they acquired a practice and have grown it to the point of constructing a brand new 10-op building. I invited Dr. Stevens to be on the podcast after spending some time in Bozeman after my annual September elk hunt. Montana is a beautiful state and I wanted to learn more about what the pediatric dentistry scene is like out there. Dr. Stevens is also an advocate for using a Solea hard tissue laser. He and his wife have two of them in their practice. We discuss the efficiency of lasers, reducing chair time with less local anesthesia, how to complete specific preps such as class II's and SSC preps, and also how the cost breakdown is more achievable than you may think. This was a great discussion for any pediatric dentist interested in practicing in Montana, building a practice from ground-up construction, or anyone interested in investing in a hard-tissue laser. https://gvpediatricdentistry.com/

Progressive Rehab & Strength
#14 - Therex vs. Barbells | Combating The Corrective Exercise & Therapeutic Exercise Mindset in the Clinical Rehabilitation & Fitness Settings With Dr. John Petrizzo

Progressive Rehab & Strength

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2022 69:03


Therex vs. Barbells | Combating The Corrective Exercise & Therapeutic Exercise Mindset in the Clinical Rehabilitation & Fitness Settings With Dr. John Petrizzo If you're a physical therapist, chiropractor, or personal trainer struggling to know when and how to choose multi joint exercises, like the main barbell lifts, over single joint isolation therex, this episode is for you.   In this episode we discuss the benefits of starting at the top with our exercise selection (the main barbell lifts) instead of the bottom and why we feel therapists and coaches default to isolation or therapeutic exercises. We further discuss if there is a difference between training and rehab and how do we bridge the gap if there is.   In our discussion with Clinical Coach and Exercise Science profession, Dr. John Petrizzo, PT, CSCS, SSC, PRSCC, we have engaging and exciting discussions answering the following questions and much much more:   Is the functional movement screening or other movement screening system contributing to false beliefs about the client's ability to perform higher level exercise? Do we need to spend time working on specific isolation exercises if the person has the functional prerequisite to perform the main squat, bench, deadlift, and overhead press or close variation thereof? How do we screen someone's ability to perform movement? Should we use isolation/therapeutic type and mobility exercises to address injuries or movement maladaptations in strong barbell trainees? Why is the single joint exercise/therex mentality so pervasive in physical therapy? What is the unspoken advantage of utilizing large multi joint barbell exercises into rehabilitation? In what situations would you try to start with a barbell or multi joint exercise and in what situations would you default to starting with isolation exercises? What are the biggest problems we see in the rehabilitation realm when it comes to exercise? What's the problem with “return to sport” or “discharged from PT?” Is there a difference between rehab and training?   Barbell Beginner Strength Training Program: https://bit.ly/3RgB59Z    Looking for a comprehensive online course on barbell training technique, theory, & practical application for all clinical, coaching and athletic levels, join the waitlist for Barbell Coaching & Movement Optimization now and get access to an exclusive $200 discount and special bonuses when enrollment opens. >> https://bit.ly/3RLJmSJ    Join our Facebook Community for free form checks, live Q&As & more: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PRS.Barbell.Mastery    Got questions or guests you'd like to hear on the show? Submit them here: https://forms.gle/7Vu2HmgHoeQY9xM59    Get in touch with the show! Web: https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com Email: podcast@progressiverehabandstrength.com Rori IG: @rorimegan_prs Alyssa IG: @alyssahope_prs

Diaries of a Domme + Questions Answered, by Chastity Queen
HOW DO I TELL MY PARTNER I AM A CUCKOLD? + DETAILS of OUR/our First Cuck Experience!

Diaries of a Domme + Questions Answered, by Chastity Queen

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 76:29


Broaching the subject of becoming a cuckold to your partner, is a HUGE, nerve-wracking  step!  If you wonder how it happens within a long term relationship, you can hear Our/our personal experience, process and negotiations. Bunny and I, take a deep dive the psychology involved in his desire to be cucked and how he finally found the courage to tell Me about his fantasy.  We/we share the reasons why I was initially uncomfortable with it and what happened to unnerve Me.  We/we discuss how that hurdle was jumped and the results of the cuck/Queen/bull experience. I also discuss something I requested for My future pleasure and how Bunny "took it". The party on the 25th didn't happen (as I discussed in detail, in the CNC Episode) but this journey is not over. Sadism over multiple pain slaves, will become a regular scene for Me .... I have done it and crave more.  At the end of October, I may see this revealed.  That's why you all tune in, isn't it!  My stories never stop. My Diaries are written in the past but there are many pages to fill, yet. XO Chastity QueenLocked In Lust 15% OFF:CHASTITYQUEEN Get The Vice chastity device or Crotch Rocket strapon for 15% OFF using Discount Code:CHASTITYQUEEN Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show

American Sex Podcast
Safewords & The Murky Messy Nuances of BDSM - Ep 194

American Sex Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 75:59


In episode 194 of American Sex Podcast, Sunny Megatron continues her deep dive into the murky, messy, nuances of kink. She examines some of the most popular kink “rules” pertaining to consent & safewords and the grey areas that cause community friction: “Never renegotiate during a scene” “When there's a problem someone will use their safeword” “Never do heavy impact without a warm-up” “Safewords can be abused” “Safewords are for sex and BDSM” This episode will help you diversify what's in your consent toolbox, assess risks in intimate situations, evaluate exceptions to BDSM rules, differentiate personal preferences from useful & inclusive best practices, and more. Sunny Megatron Bio Sunny Megatron is an award-winning BDSM & Certified Sexuality Educator, Certified Relationship Coach, and media personality. She's the host and executive producer of the Showtime original television series, SEX with Sunny Megatron, plus co-hosts AASECT Award-winning American Sex Podcast and Open Deeply Podcast. Sunny was also named XBIZ Sexpert of the Year 2021 and is Editor-in-Chief of kink-focused Zipper Magazine.    Known for her one-of-a-kind build-your-own-adventure approach to sex, kink & relationships, Sunny coined the BDSM community catchphrase, Kink is Customizable™. In her sell-out workshops, her unique brand of “edutainment” seamlessly combines her humorous lecturing style, interactive exercises, and the latest sexuality research. Sunny's passion is helping others overcome shame and find power through play and pleasure. Currently, she's working on her first book, “Customizable Kink: A Strategic Guide to Adult Play.” Episode 194 Helpful Links & Resources The History of SSC (Safe, Sane & Consensual) vs. RACK (Risk Aware Consensual Kink) https://historyofthedominatrix.com/blogs/blog/the-history-bdsm-consent-ssc-vs-rack Putting SSC in perspective TikTok Video https://www.tiktok.com/@sunnymegatron/video/7147630034147233066 Why do many consider SSC harmful and outdated? https://www.tiktok.com/@sunnymegatron/video/7016472196205956357 Sunny's Free Kink Negotiation & Scene Planning Mini-Workbook https://sunnymegatron.gumroad.com/l/negotiationwb Everything You Need to Know About Safewords by Sunny Megatron https://zippermagazine.com/everything-you-need-to-know-about-safewords/ ZipperMagazine.com https://zippermagazine.com/ Zipper Magazine Instagram https://www.instagram.com/zippermagdotcom/ Zipper Magazine Twitter https://twitter.com/ZipperMagDotcom Zipper Magazine Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Zipper-Magazine-113123824749292 Zipper Magazine Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxFDRtDhukxyQ_9t-Xfo2-w Open Deeply Podcast http://opendeeplypodcast.com Sunny Megatron TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@sunnymegatron Ken's charity DnD game Mondays 4pm-7pm PT https://www.twitch.tv/thunderpantsacademy American Sex Podcast Discord Community http://bit.ly/discordasp American Sex Podcast Patreon http://patreon.com/americansex Kink Academy Online BDSM Learning Library http://bit.ly/kinkacademy  Episode 194 Sponsor & Affiliate Discount Codes/Links *by using our links & codes you can help support our work while saving a few bucks too—win/win! 30-day free trial of Dipsea Stories when you use code SUNNY at http://dipseastories.com/sunny 20% off an at-home lab test at http://everlywell.com/sunny Hot & Healthy Erotic Humiliation recorded class https://gum.co/humiliationclass Prostate Play for Beginners (recorded class) from Sugar Baltimore https://www.sugartheshop.com/prostate-milking-for-beginners.html Sunny & Ken's classes on Kink Academy http://bit.ly/kinkacademyelectric & http://bit.ly/kinkacademyhumiliation 10% off American Sex Podcast & Sunny Megatron merch with code SUNNY (t-shirts, mugs, phone cases & more) http://bit.ly/sunnyshirts 10% off your order at Lovehoney when you use this link http://bit.ly/lovehoney15 This link can be a little wonky and does not keep tracking cookies. 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Progressive Rehab & Strength
#12 - Integrating Physical Therapy and Strength Training (Part 2): Is the CSCS all you need?

Progressive Rehab & Strength

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 48:42


Enrollment for our FREE 5-day Barbell Coach's Bootcamp is now open! Find Confidence. Develop Commitment & Clarity. Gain Clients. Learn the 5 pillars to building a strong client referral network and enhancing your practice so you eliminate self doubt and start doing what you're passionate about. Bootcamp begins 10/3! Enroll for FREE now!>> https://bit.ly/3eQ6Lo5 The CSCS is considered one of the most prestigious strength and conditioning certifications but interestingly, many people who obtain this certification continue to struggle with exercise prescription and barbell coaching. In this episode of the Progressive Rehab & Strength Podcast Dr. John Petrizzo, PT, CSCS, SSC, PRSCC and professor in Exercise Science at Adelphi University joins us to discuss some of the missing links between the theory and practical application of strength and conditioning, barbell coaching, and clinical rehabilitation.    Some missing links include: Actually performing a barbell strength training program consistently  Time and experience Mentorship Continuing education   In this episode we cover a ton of questions regarding physical therapy and barbell strength coaching.    Some things we discuss: Does physical therapy school prepare you to exercise or strength train people as part of their rehabilitation? Are physical therapists under-qualified to prescribe exercise or comment on if someone can or cannot do a barbell lift and if so, why? Why physical therapists should barbell resistance train themselves. Why the mechanical principles of barbell training carry into all physical therapy settings, not only the outpatient/sports PT setting.  Why passing the CSCS (or other personal training certifications) doesn't necessarily mean you know how to practically apply programming or coach the barbell movements. How do you go from having book knowledge to practically applying it and gaining experience? Should you get a coaching certification before they start coaching people, or can you start coaching people or training people getting a certification? How might someone who barbell trains but has never coached someone start to integrate this into their clinical practice?   Join our Facebook Community for free form checks, live Q&As & more: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PRS.Barbell.Mastery    Got questions or guests you'd like to hear on the show? Submit them here: https://forms.gle/7Vu2HmgHoeQY9xM59    Get in touch with the show! Web: https://www.progressiverehabandstrength.com Email: podcast@progressiverehabandstrength.com Rori IG: @rorimegan_prs Alyssa IG: @alyssahope_prs John IG: @johnpetrizzo 

222 Paranormal Podcast
Tim Weisberg Host of Spooky Southcoast Radio Eps. 324

222 Paranormal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 61:57


CLICK HERE TO GOTO TIM'S WEBSITE CLICK HERE TO GOTO JENS CLOSET CLICK HERE TO FOR JOE'S BOOK PLEASE REMEMBER TO SUBSCRIBE, AND SHARE THE SHOW.  Spooky Southcoast has been on the AM airwaves since 2006 and a podcast not long after that. Since then we've had podcasts ranging from Ghosts and Hauntings to UFOs and Cryptids. WBSM radio has somehow let us keep coming back to do the show every Saturday night here in New Bedford, MA for over ten years. In it's genesis, SSC began with Tim Weisberg and Matt Costa at the helm but has since brought on psychic medium Stephanie Burke, renowned author Chris Balzano and board scientist at large Matt Moniz. Welcome TIm to the 222 Paranormal Podcast. Pease check out Tim and follow his page for all his updates and happenings.  

Noticentro
FGR tiene elementos para apelar fallo que absolvió a José Luis Abarca: Encinas

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 1:46


•SSC implementa acciones de vigilancia y proximidad, en zonas del Centro CDMX•Más información en nuestro podcast

Unstoppable Mindset
Episode 56 – Unstoppable Moving Beyond 120 with Brittany Grubbs-Hodges

Unstoppable Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 60:14


Beyond 120 is a program housed at the University of Florida. Our guest on this episode, Brittany Grubbs-Hodges is a part of this program designed to help college students look beyond the minimum of 120 units of college credits required to graduate. Brittany helps students look at their possible career choices and helps them learn more than they ever thought they could discover about what really goes into whatever they are looking to do with their lives.   Brittany is clearly a teacher at heart. As you will learn, even an immune disability does not stop her.   You will learn how Brittany is advancing her own life goals as she moves toward securing a PHD and how she wishes to continue to help students expand their horizons. Brittany is by any definition unstoppable. I am sure you will enjoy what she has to say and that you will be inspired by her.   About the Guest: Brittany Grubbs-Hodges works at the University of Florida as part of the Beyond120 program. She assists undergraduate students by connecting them to internships and other experiential learning activities. Brittany also works as an adjunct professor in the UF College of Journalism and is graduating with her PhD in December of this year. In her spare time, Brittany enjoys spending time with family and friends, and she is looking forward to adopting her new puppy in the next few weeks!       About the Host: Michael Hingson is a New York Times best-selling author, international lecturer, and Chief Vision Officer for accessiBe. Michael, blind since birth, survived the 9/11 attacks with the help of his guide dog Roselle. This story is the subject of his best-selling book, Thunder Dog.   Michael gives over 100 presentations around the world each year speaking to influential groups such as Exxon Mobile, AT&T, Federal Express, Scripps College, Rutgers University, Children's Hospital, and the American Red Cross just to name a few. He is Ambassador for the National Braille Literacy Campaign for the National Federation of the Blind and also serves as Ambassador for the American Humane Association's 2012 Hero Dog Awards.   https://michaelhingson.com https://www.facebook.com/michael.hingson.author.speaker/ https://twitter.com/mhingson https://www.youtube.com/user/mhingson https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelhingson/   accessiBe Links https://accessibe.com/ https://www.youtube.com/c/accessiBe https://www.linkedin.com/company/accessibe/mycompany/ https://www.facebook.com/accessibe/       Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a comment in the section below!   Subscribe to the podcast If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts or Stitcher. You can also subscribe in your favorite podcast app.   Leave us an Apple Podcasts review Ratings and reviews from our listeners are extremely valuable to us and greatly appreciated. They help our podcast rank higher on Apple Podcasts, which exposes our show to more awesome listeners like you. If you have a minute, please leave an honest review on Apple Podcasts.     Transcription Notes Michael Hingson  00:00 Access Cast and accessiBe Initiative presents Unstoppable Mindset. The podcast where inclusion, diversity and the unexpected meet. Hi, I'm Michael Hingson, Chief Vision Officer for accessiBe and the author of the number one New York Times bestselling book, Thunder dog, the story of a blind man, his guide dog and the triumph of trust. Thanks for joining me on my podcast as we explore our own blinding fears of inclusion unacceptance and our resistance to change. We will discover the idea that no matter the situation, or the people we encounter, our own fears, and prejudices often are our strongest barriers to moving forward. The unstoppable mindset podcast is sponsored by accessiBe, that's a c c e s s i  capital B e. Visit www.accessibe.com to learn how you can make your website accessible for persons with disabilities. And to help make the internet fully inclusive by the year 2025. Glad you dropped by we're happy to meet you and to have you here with us.   Michael Hingson  01:20 Hi, and welcome back once again to unstoppable mindset. Glad to have you with us wherever you may be. And however you're listening to us. Brittany Grubbs Hodges as our guest this week. We have lots of fun things to talk about. We've been spending the last few minutes kind of reacquainting ourselves after chatting and also talking about all the things we could talk about. She is getting a PhD in higher education. She has a master's degree in journalism. But she wouldn't even let me talk about fake news. I don't know What's all that about. But anyway. But we we can talk about everything. And as people on this podcast know, I'm an equal opportunity political abuser, so it doesn't matter. And so there's real news too. And I haven't seen much of that lately, because it's all fake news, as everybody tells us right away. Brittany, welcome to unstoppable mindset.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  02:12 Thank you so much, Michael, thank you for having me today.   Michael Hingson  02:15 And now that we've picked on fake news, we can get to more real stuff. You just got back, you said from DC. How was it up there?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  02:21 It was great. Yeah, I just got back I took about 20 students. I'm a professor at UF. And I think about 20 undergraduate students to DC mainly to just expose them to the world of work. You know, they like to say the real world but the students are in the world or, but I just want them to get an idea of the world of work. Specifically, I work for a department it's called Beyond 120. At the University of Florida, it's our experiential learning program. So we encouraged them to get outside of the classroom through things like internships through mentorship through excursions or study abroad. So this was one of our career excursions, we took them to various places around DC, USA Today, the Capitol building all kinds of places, and hopefully, you know, some of those opportunities will really come to fruition. I know a couple of my students have interviews already. So I'm excited to see what comes from that. And   Michael Hingson  03:15 how did they come up with the name beyond 120?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  03:18 So that's a great question. So 120 is the number of academic credits needed to graduate with a baccalaureate degree. So it's kind of a metaphorical and that we're not asking you to take more credits. We're just asking you to go beyond what's required by really exploring outside of the classroom.   Michael Hingson  03:35 Yeah, that is so much fun and important. I remember being in college years ago, getting a master's degree in physics, and there was no real discussion of either extracurricular activities, although there were a number of things available and so on. But there weren't programs like a beyond 120, I did end up getting very involved on campus at the campus radio station, and I got involved in being in a consumer group of blind people, the National Federation of the Blind, in my senior year, and then continued with it ever since. But it makes a lot of sense to get people to really explore additional sorts of things. And if you will, as you said, look at a little bit of the real world, doesn't it?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  04:17 Yeah, absolutely. And especially in the world of COVID, everything has really changed. You know, you have hybrid workforce, you know, offices now, and that people only come in on Tuesdays or you know, every other day, some some folks we were working with, they have teams so Team A will come in one day, and then Team B will come in the next day. So it's really certainly changed since we last took our excursion. So we've, we've taken four excursions this semester, but prior to that, we our last excursion was February of 2020. So it's been a full two years and a lot of students have had their experiences canceled. A lot of their internships went virtual, a lot of study abroad experiences were canceled. So we're really trying to kind of make up for that and try and get some Students access and exposure to some of the jobs and some of the just the industries out there.   Michael Hingson  05:05 Not trying to be political or anything, but what was it like COVID wise up in DC was masking encouraged or, you know, what are the kinds of things did you see?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  05:15 Yeah, so it really depends on the individual place. So we went to Georgetown University to get our students who are interested in graduate school wanted to get them some exposure to what law school was like in graduate school, and they have a mandate, not only for the vaccine, but also for the booster, and of course masks as well. And then some folks, which, of course, private companies, it's up to them, it's up their discretion. But I did have to have the students bring their COVID cards, because for some of the entities, they were not allowed in without it. So it certainly was not a University of Florida regulation. But it was up to the individual and to T that was hosting us. And they all had very different regulations, depending on, you know, how many people were visiting with social distancing versus masking versus vaccinations, all that fun stuff?   Michael Hingson  06:05 Did you go to Congress or the White House or any of those at all?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  06:09 So we went to the Capitol building, which was a blast, we went to our local Congresswoman, and she took us around, I believe were with her for about two hours. She took us around and showed us a few of the different offices in different areas of the Capitol building, we weren't able to go in because Congress was in session. We weren't able to go in and actually see in the main room there. But we did see some of the areas on the outskirts of those rooms, who was your congressperson? Cat Kammok   Michael Hingson  06:42 haven't met her. I spent a fair amount of time in DC over the years dealing with Congress, I went with the National Federation of blind a number of times, to invade Congress and talk all about the issues regarding blind people, and so on. And I've been there some other times as well. So I've met a number of people that don't think I've met her.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  07:02 So she is our local representative. But we also met with Congressman, Congresswoman Wasserman Schultz, she's also a US alumni. So we made sure to meet with a variety of folks throughout the trip on both sides of the aisle.   Michael Hingson  07:18 And I and I have met her and she has sponsored legislation. So she's a cool lady as well.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  07:24 Yes, it's always great to meet us alums that can share their stories with students and really mentor some of the students   Michael Hingson  07:30 makes perfect sense and go into Washington is an experience that I would encourage anyone to do. But of course, there's so much history there. It makes perfect sense to do.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  07:42 Yes, absolutely. And I wanted the students to get some in history, as well as we gave them some free time, one of the days to go and explore all the museums nearby some of the Smithsonian's that are now open. So they were able to see most of those and really get some time exploring to see their history.   Michael Hingson  07:58 Have you been there before?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  08:00 I have, we did a excursion there in 2019. That was actually our pilot excursion. So beyond 120 was not created until 2018. So myself and one of my co workers are one of the first hired in, in the department. And we kind of met and said, Okay, what is it that we want to do what's going to help students out and so we did an excursion to DC with eight students in 2019, just to see if this would work if it's a good concept at all. And it did, it worked well. So we were able to go to DC and 2019. And then in London in February of 2020. And funny story there. We were at the economist, the Thursday, before the play shut down, they shut down on a Friday. So we were there the day before they shut down. So we've just barely got out of the UK. And thankfully, no one tested positive it was we just made it by the skin of our teeth.   Michael Hingson  08:57 I escaped from New York in March of 2020. On the day they shut down the city, I knew that it was coming because they were talking about it. And I had had a flight later in the day. I decided I better get out of here. And so I was able to and I put it that way escape, before it was all shut down. And I understand why and it made perfect sense to do but it's just so unfortunate that all this is going on and we got to deal with it though it is part of life now.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  09:28 Absolutely.   Michael Hingson  09:29 Well tell me a little bit about you, where you you came from and how you got into the University of Florida and ended up in the programs that you did.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  09:39 Yes, absolutely. So when it comes to my story, I had a very non traditional journey. And so I'd love to go over with you later on in this podcast. Some of the folks that really influenced me, but I had a non traditional journey I actually had an immune deficiency. Whenever I you know, well it is a genetic thing. but I'll say it really made a huge impact on my career and my college trajectory. Because I eventually going into adulthood, I had to have plasma infusions twice a week. So I spent my first two years local, and my second two years, about two hours away at the University of Central Florida. But every weekend, I had to come back and get a plasma infusion twice a week. And it definitely altered my career trajectory. And it altered the opportunities that were available. But I will say while I was there, my first semester at UCF, which was the first semester of my junior year, I said, you know, I've kind of missed out on the first two years, but I need to make up for that, how can I do that. And there was an office of experiential learning to UCF. And I was able to find an internship really saw the power of internships ended up working, it was at a hospital system called Orlando health. And I worked there for about two and a half years, before switching over to the education side. And I initially switched to a K through 12. So I taught grades six through 12 at a private school, but found that that wasn't really my my niche, I love teaching. But that particular age group wasn't really my niche. So I switched to higher education, worked in admissions for about five years, working with students in that college transition. But then when the opportunity came to join beyond 120, I remembered my days as an intern and thought this is going to be perfect for me, I'm so excited to be able to kind of pay it forward to have future students connected with internships and job opportunities, because my internship was so influential for me. So that's kind of how I got into higher education.   Michael Hingson  11:48 I was teaching lower grades different or how did you find them different than teaching upper grades and getting into juniors and seniors in high school and I asked that, in part because my wife was a teacher for many years and loved teaching younger grades more than older grades, because she felt she had a little bit more of an opportunity to help shape the way behave. They behave later, because by the time they were in high school, they were a lot more fixed in less interested in and exploring a lot of things that maybe they should have.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  12:20 Mm hmm. Well, I guess for me, I mean, I was raised on a on a ranch, and I had a very strict upbringing. And so whenever I went to, to teach, a lot of my students did not have that strict upbringing. And I would hear them say things like, he's touching me, he's looking at me weird. He's breathing on me. He's, and it was just, it drove me absolutely crazy. Sounds terrible. But, um, but no, I just, I was definitely wanting to be able to see, I'm not even quite sure the best way to say it, but be able to see the difference that I was making. And that, you know, with a student that I was able to admit, at least with admissions with a student, I was able to admit into college, I can see that transition. And a lot of times those students would come back to me and say, Hey, this is what I've done while I'm here and moving towards beyond 120. I can see, for example, one of the students that I've been working with, for several semesters, we were able to get her an interview at NASA last week, and she said, Oh, my gosh, all of my efforts that I've done, have paid off, she's taken my classes she did the excursion, she's doing the internship. And now the full time job and so to to know that I've had a part in that is incredibly rewarding. And I'm just humbled and honored by the fact that I can be a part of students journeys, and really, truly have an impact and where they go in life. And I'm so thankful and grateful for that.   Michael Hingson  13:47 So it sounds like what I'm hearing you say is that you're helping to teach people that and students that life is an adventure, which is something that conceptually is probably a little bit easier for them to think about and assimilate in later grades, because how do you tell a kindergartener that life's an adventure?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  14:08 Well, and even sometimes students who let's just say a student has a degree in philosophy, the student will come to me and say, What do I What can I do with a degree in philosophy? And my answer is anything you want to do with a degree in philosophy? Let's see. What do you love doing? What are you passionate about? What do you enjoy, you know, and just trying to figure out and really dig deeper into what that student may or may not realize they even want to do and kind of expose them to all these different opportunities out there to see what resonates. So yeah, I love thing. Life is an adventure. Let's explore that together and see, you know, what's going to be the best fit for you. And even if they   Michael Hingson  14:47 start on a career, or they decide to go down one road, you never know when you might have to change and being flexible, being a little bit more broader and thinking really can help people We deal with things that come along and may change their pathways over time.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  15:04 Absolutely. And that's one of the biggest lessons that we teach students is that career paths are not linear. You know, they might be for some students who have a degree in accounting, they might want to be an accountant. And you know, that's that's a linear thing. But for a lot of our students, their journeys aren't linear. And I know my journey in particular was not linear. But But yeah, we're super excited to be able to impact those students. And you know, even my non traditional students love that love that love that we have a program called the University of Florida online program, which is fully 100% online degrees. And a lot of my non traditional students are still enrolled in my classes and take the excursions and do the internships. So, you know, that's oftentimes even more rewarding. I know I had a student about a year ago, who had an immune deficiency, just like I did, and she, because of her condition, she was homebound and she could not leave to participate in some of our activities. And so I said, You know what, let's, let's see what you can participate in. And we were able to organize a few virtual internships for her. So it's certainly very rewarding and love seeing the impact on students.   Michael Hingson  16:12 So in your case, what happened in terms of the immune situation, you were taking transfusions, I gather that has been able to be stopped?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  16:23 Yes. Oh, we're so thankful. So thankful, um, I took plasma infusions for about five years. And thankfully, my body reacted to the infusions and was able to develop immunity on its own. So very thankful to my immunologist for all of his hard work. And it certainly took a while for us to figure out, you know, the dosage and whatnot, there were times that I had six needles in me at one time trying to infuse all of this plasma, because it was done subcutaneously instead of intravenously. So there was there were several obstacles. And I certainly got discouraged at some points. And that's why I want to help to make those impacts on students because I see them often getting discouraged, not necessarily because of a physical condition like mine, but because, you know, they might have financial obstacles, they might have had students who, because of COVID, became homeless, you know, so trying to say, okay, what can we do to make your situation better?   Michael Hingson  17:21 So in your case, though, as you, as you pointed out, you got discouraged, and so on. How did you move past that? How did you pump yourself up, if you will, to keep going?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  17:31 Well, I think my family had a big part in that. My mother, she was with me through every single infusion. And I think she could see how challenging it was at 20 years old to have to come home every single weekend for two years straight, to have to do infusions. And so she truly encouraged me, but also the the power of prayer, me personally, I'm a very strong believer in Christ. And that was, that was my thing. And I know, not everyone has a particular face or a person to lean on. But for me, that was instrumental in my journey,   Michael Hingson  18:05 but there is merit to leaning on something, whoever you are, as, as long as it's a positive thing, and you can use it to help yourself move forward, right. And   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  18:15 I want to be that that person that helps motivate my students in whatever capacity I want to be that that person that is their biggest cheerleader, you know, to try and get students wherever it is that they're looking to go.   Michael Hingson  18:27 So you were able to get beyond that. Do you need to do anything still to kind of monitor your immune system to make sure it doesn't repeat? Or are we beyond that now?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  18:36 Well, I actually had an appointment with my immunologist a couple of weeks ago, my husband and I are hoping to start a family soon. And I said, well, will this impact my child and my immunologist said probably not. But you know what, let's just monitor it. We'll take it day by day, and kind of go from there. So as of now I'm doing good. Very thankful. But yeah, doing doing okay, so far.   Michael Hingson  18:59 Well, jumping forward a little bit. Also, I understand that you're about to get a new addition, you're adopting a puppy. I am I'm very excited to tell us about the puppy.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  19:10 So so this is a mix between a Rhodesian Ridgeback and a lab. We basically got this dog from our my parents set groomers and so we're excited about getting this dog but I mentioned that I grew up on a on a ranch and we had cows and horses and turkeys and you know, all of the the animals and so this will be my first time since my parents sold our farm. About seven years ago. This will be my first time getting a dog and other dogs so I'm very excited about it.   Michael Hingson  19:42 Wow, Rhodesian Ridgeback and lab so it will probably be a fairly good sized puppy dog by the time it's full grown.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  19:50 Oh, yes, absolutely. But if you can take care of a horse, you can take care of anything.   Michael Hingson  19:53 Well, yeah, I wasn't so concerned about that. It'll be a big dog. And are we going to allow it on the bed? probably a good idea.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  20:04 Probably not it, but we'll see, well, we'll cross that bridge. And when we come to it will probably be another four to six weeks before the puppies weaned. But But yeah, I've done that discussion. My husband and I,   Michael Hingson  20:15 my wife always wants to let our dogs on the bed. Right now the only dog we have is Alamo who is my guide dog, a black lab, and I will not let him get on the bed because I know if that happens once it's all over. Yeah. Once it happens one time, he's going to stay on the bed. And it's kind of one of those things that you you do have to monitor. On the other hand, she had a dog that was a breeder for Guide Dogs for the Blind that became her service dog. She's in a wheelchair, she's used to chair her whole life. And this dog who is very intelligent, picked up providing services for her like fetching things, which she had originally not been trained to do. But Karen always would encourage her to be on the bed. And as I love to tell people, Fantasia always took her half out of the middle of the bed. So I can think that it would be tough with a dog that will most likely be even larger than a lab.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  21:13 Yes, yes. But fingers crossed, she'll have a good personality and we're excited.   Michael Hingson  21:20 Yeah, that's the thing. Well, you'll have some control over that, unless it's just a very strange dog. Dogs oftentimes do take on some of the personality of of their people, as long as the people are working really hard to make the home a good one and establish a good relationship. So my money is on you to be able to deal with that.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  21:41 Thank you. I'm, I'm going to try my hardest. You'll have   Michael Hingson  21:44 to keep us posted. We'll do. So you, you were able to deal with the immune deficiency and you're able to then graduate. So did you go to UCS for for the rest of your undergraduate career or what?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  22:00 Yeah, so I went to a community college called SSC je in Jacksonville, Florida for my first two years, went to UCF for my last two years, and I continued on doing plasma infusions until I was probably about a year post graduation. And I had them I mean, because they have to be refrigerated. Most plasmas have to be refrigerated, they delivered it to my work, I had a refrigerator there, and they just kind of made some accommodations for me. But yeah, I went all the way through graduation, with those plasma infusions and continued on into the workforce. And ironically enough, I worked at a hospital for my internship and part of my first job, so it didn't weird anyone out whenever I was getting plasma delivered to me.   Michael Hingson  22:51 How did that work when you were getting infusions, at work, and so on? Did Did someone actually do the infusions? Or was it something you could do?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  23:00 Yeah, actually, every single infusion that I ever had passed, the first three weeks were all me. And it because it's done subcutaneously, you end up getting, I don't know the best way to say it, I guess it's like little fat pockets. Where your stomach is, or your legs are, wherever it is that you're getting your infusions, because you're putting essentially liquid right underneath the skin. And so it would kind of be bloated, I guess, wherever that earring is. And so I would just have to wear loose fitting clothing. And I had, because the infusions took anywhere from one to two hours to do and so whenever I graduated, and there were times when I had to have an extra infusion, so I do that at work. And I would just kind of take my little carrying case with me and people would see tubes kind of going inside my clothes. And I would just say, Oh, I'm having a plasma infusion. No one really felt comfortable asking, like more details. I did have a friend of mine who I worked with who who knew what was going on. And so if there was any emergency, she was able to call someone but thankfully that never happened. Everything was okay. And you know, I was I was comfortable. Eventually just kind of living a couple hours away from home and not going back on weekends after I graduated from college and just kind of doing that myself. But I do have a funny story. We kind of got tired of having the infusions done in the stomach, it began to hurt really, really bad once you do it over and over. And so one of the sites that you can do a plasma infusion is in the back of your arm and like the fatty part of your arm. And so my dad had to do those because I couldn't reach you could reach Yeah, you couldn't reach correctly. So so my dad had do those. And I mentioned I grew up on a on a ranch and my dad is used to giving our cows like you know the vaccinations, right so or their annual shots or whatever it is. And of course the cowhide is extremely thick and so he would jam that Have needle into the cows. And so then it wouldn't came time for me. You pretty much do the same motion. And I remember screaming so hard. You don't need to do it that hard, because he would jam that thing in cowhide. I was like tad. No. And so I never let him do that again. I learned my lesson.   Michael Hingson  25:19 My fourth guide dog Lynnae was a yellow lab and contracted glomerular nephritis, which is a kidney disease, it actually was a morphing of limes disease. But what happened is that the kidney would let out the good stuff, in addition to the waist, so it wasn't really doing the filter that it was supposed to do. But one of the things that we needed to do with her was to give her subcutaneous fluids every other day, and had to put a liter of lactated ringers, saline solution in her just to really keep her very hydrated. So very familiar with the process. And we did that usually on her back right up near her shoulder. So there was always this big bump. She didn't mind, mostly for her it was at least she got attention. And it worked out really well.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  26:12 Well, I'm glad that it helps at least for a little while. Yeah, did for   Michael Hingson  26:15 a while. And eventually she? Well, she lived three more years after the diagnosis. She guided for three years and then live for three more years with us. So we we had her company for quite a while, which was really good. Yeah. So you went off and you graduated, and then you started doing the things that you're doing now. So what exactly do you do you do now? And how are your studies going and all that?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  26:38 Well, I, I've been told that you are not supposed to do your PhD topic on your work, but I completely disregarded that role. So doing my dissertation on what I'm doing at work, because it is a little challenging to kind of juggle everything. So I'm just kind of had to pray that it all worked out. And thankfully it has but what I'm doing now I created a course it's called Industry Insights. And this is a variable 123 credit class. And I basically connect with various UF alumni in different industries. And we co teach a class together. And at the end of that class, the students while some of the students those that want to an internship or a full time position, they will let our alumni co instructor know and potentially interview for a full time position or internship, as of I believe, screen 21 Spring 2021, which is when we piloted the class, there was a student who got a full time position in Dubai. enlistees fall of 2021, there are two new different students who received positions, spring of 2022, there were three students. So so far, it's been pretty consistent, say the top two to four students each semester are getting internships or jobs. But honestly, in some cases, this has done the opposite. And that students think, oh, I want to work in marketing, or I want to go to law school or whatever the case may be. And after they take this class, they say, Oh, my goodness, I don't want anything to do with law school, or I don't want anything to do with this. Which in my case, I think it's just as valuable for people to kind of cross things off the list. And to say, this is what I want to do, because I can say, in my own experience, my internship helped me solidify what I wanted to do. But I also had a second internship. And I won't say where, because it was not a great experience. But I had a second internship that was very closely related to my major, I thought I wanted to work in news broadcasting. And so I did an internship at a station. And it was the worst experience, it was absolutely terrible. And it helped me solidify that this is not what I want to do. And so I tell students, you know, you don't want to get to law school, spend 200 grand getting into debt and getting your law degree to justify it out. You really don't want to be a lawyer or practice any type of law. So in my experience, I think it's just as valuable for students to just be exposed to the industry, and be able to cross something off the list as to be exposed to it and realize that this is what they want to do. So whether it's yes or no, I think it's pretty valuable.   Michael Hingson  29:18 The station you worked at was that TV or radio? It was television, television. So yeah, I'll bet it was awfully political. And there are a lot of challenges. And in doing that,   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  29:29 well hey, this is it wasn't something that I was willing to do at the time that there's there you have to work your way up in, in news and in broadcasting, you start off, you know, as an editor reporter or whatnot, and you have the graveyard shift. And there's just other politics that kind of go into it. And it was just some things that I just wasn't willing to do. And I you know, I really love the corporate side of it, being able to market our hospital services. It's a it's a place that I was working at, and I was like, this is really it. This is what I want to do. And to be honest, I would have been Been there for, oh my goodness, I don't even know how many years if it weren't for the fact that Medicaid reimbursement hit, and my entire department was eliminated. And so it kind of forced me into education. But I found out that I really love teaching. And it ended up being just as great of a fit. And   Michael Hingson  30:17 I was just about to ask what got you from all of that into education. On the other hand, your marketing background, certainly would have a positive effect on you, and education and teaching and so on, because you learned how to communicate with people.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  30:34 I did, I did. And I'll say, when you're initially growing a department, it's crucial to have some of those marketing materials, things like your flyers, your website that and I've had some web design skills, so I was able to design our website. So there were a lot of those skills that I learned throughout my time and communications, that really helps me build beyond 120, along with my other co workers.   Michael Hingson  30:59 So in dealing originally in marketing, and then going on into education, and even some dealing in news and so on, off the off the wall sub question, did anything ever come up in terms of making sure that the information that you produced or the things that you were doing, or now, even with 120, or classes at University of Florida, anything ever come up with making sure that that sort of stuff is accessible for people with disabilities?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  31:26 So, yeah, yes, and no. So I was, at least for my first five years, I worked in the office of admissions, like I mentioned, undergraduate admissions, so I was actually the disability coordinator for the Office of Admissions. And I had anywhere between probably three to 500 students every year, who would apply for disability consideration. And so I worked really closely with the Disability Resource Center at UF, I worked really closely with them to make sure that our students received the disability accommodation that they requested. And so that I mean, you know, of course, we talked about my own disability. And so that really gave me a sense of empathy. And I wanted to make sure that the students were getting what they needed. So So then moving into beyond 120, that was already at the forethought of forethought of what I was doing and saying I want to make this accessible for everyone. So COVID, kind of, in a way forced us to be accessible. However, we already kind of weren't accessible in some senses. So it really, if anything, it just made us be even more conscious about that. And so, for example, we have a class I teach a class called strategic self marketing, I developed the class myself based on some of my own experiences, and some of the things that that students are facing right now things like, you know, the Great Recession and Generation Z needs, and you just some of the things that students are facing. And so I said, How are we going to make this accessible to everyone? Because like I mentioned, I had a student who, you know, had an immune deficiency could not leave. And you know, there are students who are non traditional, perhaps they're a single parent trying to take classes, perhaps they're, they're working a full time job trying to take care of, of their own parents, right. So how do we make this accessible, so we had what's called hybrid classes, so students have the option of either coming in person to learn because I know students tend to who have like ADHD have a tendency to do better based on research in person classes. So we had in person section and at the same time, we would live stream that class. So for those who were at home and couldn't leave, or you know, we're experiencing some type of hardship and whatever case that might be, both sections at the same time could learn and we could all interact with one another and learn from one another. So we didn't necessarily have hybrid classes before zoom, we had a synchronous online classes for our UF Online folks. And then we had traditional sections for our residential folks. But through COVID, it kind of gave us the technology needed to have these hybrid classes. And that's something that I still continue to this day, and I have plans to continue until I leave the University of Florida. So So yes, and no, we did meet with some students who needed accommodations, any specific accommodations? And so we met with them individually and said, what are some things that we can do to make this more accessible for you? So as a department, we kind of worked with all populations myself, as the internship coordinator, I worked with all populations and you know, so so it's, it's been an interesting journey, trying to create a more accessible options. Is there more that we could do? Absolutely. And my goal is to eventually have someone that we can hire or to work with more non traditional populations. And that's kind of been in the works. But But yeah, ultimately just trying to make sure that we're listening to you to everyone and trying to be as accessible as possible.   Michael Hingson  35:10 Access gets to be quite a challenge. Whether it's a hybrid class and virtual class or totally online, for example, professors may create a lot of graphs and images, or professors may write on a board or do something that is visual, not verbalizing it. And the result is that anyone who's in the class who happens to be blind or low vision, won't get that information. And that's one of the access areas, I think, especially in colleges, but not just colleges, where there is a lot of challenge, and sometimes the requirement for a lot of advocacy because the information isn't made available. And it isn't something that technology in and of itself is gonna fix. It's an attitudinal choice that one has to make.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  36:00 Right? I agree with that 100%. And I will say it does get easier with technology. So So for example, I will make sure that closed captioning is on all of the videos that I record. So if anybody, you know needs closed captioning services, we have those available now at no charge. And then we have also transcripts that come along with our zoom recordings. So if a student needs a transcript, to be able to use with one of the services that Disability Resource Center offers, to be able to read those transcripts out to the students, we have those as well. So there certainly have been improvements, but it's up to the individual faculty on whether or not to utilize them. So I agree, it's certainly an attitude thing, as well, trying to make sure everybody's on board. I mean, I can't speak to anybody else. But I'm hoping that my classes are accessible as possible.   Michael Hingson  36:52 Well, here's another, here's another example. So you create a video, or let's say you, you create some sort of video where there's music, or there are a lot of images that are put on the video, what kind of audio description do you create, in order to make sure that a person who can see the images in the video part of it is able to access it and and that's the kind of thing that I'm talking about that we're a lot less a well, I'm able to run word, but we're a lot less likely to include those things, even though they may be just as important to be able to do or you create a document or you scan a document and create a PDF of it. The problem is that's a graphic. And so it is totally unavailable to a person who uses a screen reader to verbalize or to to be able to interpret the document, unless the optical character recognition process is doable. And again, it is a result of becomes inaccessible. And those are the kinds of things that we haven't done a lot with yet. And it's not something that you can easily automate. It is a process that somebody has to put time into one of my favorite things that I that I love to complain about, I love to complain about it, but that I complain about is television advertising, how many ads today just have music, or just have sound but no verbalizations So that unless you can see it, you have no clue what's going on. And the reality is, what you what you do by not having words is leave out not only people who are blind or who can't see it, but you're missing the opportunity to market to all those people who get up during commercials and go do something else, like get a snack or a beer or whatever. Because all they hear is music, and they don't hear anything that helps the commercial continue to keep their focus on the product.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  38:52 Right. Great. No, that makes total sense. I mean, I try and think you know, based on the materials that I teach, whether it be closed captioning service for those who are who are hearing impaired, or whatever the case may be, you kind of try and think of those things. But you're right. There's some things that I've never even thought about that I hope I would be empathetic to if a student needed those. Those that assistance, but yeah, it's it is certainly there's a lot of barriers there.   Michael Hingson  39:21 Well, here's the other part of it. It isn't just the student who may come in and need it. You archive classes.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  39:28 The student, yes, the students do you have access to previous classes? Right, but you have to be enrolled in the class in order to the material. Yeah,   Michael Hingson  39:37 but if that's the case, then without having that information accessible in the archive classes, they're just as unavailable as anything because they weren't made accessible from the outset. So it is a it's a process. I know it's not inexpensive. But if we truly are dealing with accessibility, that is kind of one of the things that we need to explore and maybe the day We'll come when there are better ways to automate a lot of that it's not here yet. I don't know whether you checked out excessive be the company that I work for and help. But it is begun the process of, in part, at least creating an automated process to make websites accessible by analyzing the content of the websites with an artificial, intelligent widget. And it can do a lot to make websites more accessible. But it won't be able to do everything. It's it's amazing what it can do. Because you can oftentimes using the widget, analyze an image and get a description of it. Like on my website, if you go to Michael henson.com, there is a picture of me hugging my guide dog Roselle, the dog who was with me in the World Trade Center, when the image was first encountered by excessive B, before we did anything with it. It analyzed the image and embedded a description that said, Man and black suit hugging yellow Labrador retriever, which is incredible in of itself. But the reality is it doesn't do what we really wanted it to do was to say, which is to say, Michael Hinkson, hugging Roselle. So we embedded code and excessive B, we'll leave it alone. But already we're seeing the the machine process, do a lot to analyze images. And over time, it will get better. But we can't automate videos and put in video or audio descriptions yet and things like that. And maybe the time will come to do it. But in the short term, it means that that people have to make the effort to do that. Right and should make the effort to do that. Absolutely. It's a process. And you know, we're not there. And a lot of people don't think about you mentioned that COVID was something that helped bring a lot of this to the forefront. And it did but not always in a positive way. Like the Kaiser Health Foundation did a survey in 2020 of COVID-19 websites for registering to get when it started vaccines, but before then to get tests and get tested. And out of the 94 websites that the Foundation research 10 had made some effort to include accessibility and the reality is most hadn't, which is unfortunate. It is a process and I only bring it all up. It's it's interesting to discuss it. But hopefully it will help people think about more accessibility kinds of things in the future as we go forward.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  42:30 Absolutely, absolutely. I was hoping. I mean, there's little things that I've learned over the years things like you know, when it comes to folks who need certain services, I don't remember exactly which which disability this was. But there was one particular condition where folks, it was hard for them to read color, it was easier if it was 100%, black and white versus on a grayscale. So So, so yeah, I made sure okay, this is in black instead of in a gray or blue or whatever. Because at University of Florida, our colors or colors are orange and blue. And so a lot of the stuff that I was making was in orange and blue. However, somebody was like, you know, it's actually really hard for me to be able to see this I'm visually impaired and having you know, I again, I don't remember what condition it was. But it was easier for her to to read in black and white. And I was like, Sure, absolutely. Let's do this. So hopefully, I mean, it's the more that we learn and more we're exposed to different things, the more accessible hopefully that we can make the material.   Michael Hingson  43:31 And when we're talking about vision impairments, the reality is what you just described is a lot easier to do today than it used to be because so much is stored electronically, you can quickly go in and change the colors and reprint or whatever. And even the student might be able to do that. But the fact is that you can do it. And that really helps a great deal. Yeah,   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  43:51 I'm absolutely I'm hoping that as as time goes on, of course, I'll be exposed to different things and be able to make those accommodations for my students, but hoping that, you know, everyone around the country will be able to recognize some of the things that we can do as a population to be able to make things more accessible.   Michael Hingson  44:09 Yeah, we need to become a lot more inclusive than we tend to be today. And we're working on it. Diversity doesn't tend to include disabilities, but you can't very well leave us out of inclusion. Otherwise you're not inclusive rights. It's it's a it's a challenge. But you know, we're working on it collectively as a society and I am sure that we will eventually get there. But it is an effort and it's always about awareness to get people to think about it. Well, so you have had a lot of experiences and they're doing a lot of fun things. So what are you going to do in your future? What are your future goals?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  44:48 So, my goal is to keep on building beyond 120 and hopefully to scale. We have had in like I said beyond 120 was just launched in 2018, we had two years where we were just completely cut off in certain areas. But at least in excursions, we've had about 250 students participate in excursions, but our college serves 11,000 students. So I want to be able to scale that up. We want to give more scholarships to students in various populations. I know one of my students, I won't say her name, but she is absolutely precious. She's a single mom, her child is about two or three, I believe now, she started off in her freshman year in one of my classes, we were able to get her a scholarship to participate in an internship and that scholarship went to babysitting costs, you know, because a lot of times those non traditional populations have different challenges than our traditional 1822 population. So I would love to provide more scholarships to students of any population. And we would love to, to really help students get to where they need to go. So I mean, we're actually our excursion is entirely donor funded. And so we're just reaching out to various UF alumni and saying, Hey, come give back. And whatever capacity you can, whether that's money, whether it's time, investing in a student simply through giving them a mentorship consultation, so I would love to be able to reach a larger population within our college and make an impact. And I ultimately, I can only impact this the folks that are here at the University of Florida, however, I would love to share what we've done with other universities, and and really encourage other universities to, to support students in those non traditional ways through experiential learning. I presented at a Duke University online pedagogy conference last Wednesday, and was able to share that with a few people. So any impact that we can make on any other schools, I would certainly love to be able to see that happen.   Michael Hingson  46:57 That is exciting. It'd be great if you could do something with all 11,000 students at University of Florida what?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  47:05 Well, 11,000 students times $2,000 per scholarship is a lot of money. We have a long way to go.   Michael Hingson  47:13 Yeah, well, that's okay. It's, it's something that's still doable. I've seen colleges receive a whole lot larger donations, but it is a process. So once you get your PhD, what will you do? Are you to continue to work at University of Florida? Well, you have the opportunity to do that, or what Yes,   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  47:31 I mean, my, well, I'll say this, my husband is in the Air Force. He is a surgical resident right now at UF and which is why I'm able to stay here, and it will be here for the next six years. And then kind of depending on where he goes, I will be following him and the University of Florida is expect expressed interest in keeping me here in more of a remote position if the if the situation calls for it. So potentially just kind of traveling to help facilitate some of these opportunities. But I would really love to scale the program up and be able to share with other universities, the impact of this program. And of course, to continue impacting students would be my ultimate goal in the future,   Michael Hingson  48:16 interesting idea to figure out a way to expand it to other universities, and whether you do it through the University of Florida, or there's a way to start a company to do beyond 120. Worldwide right beyond beyond when 20 Inc.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  48:32 Yes, exactly. I will say, though, that I will do I have marketing and communication skills, I do not have as much business skill. So I would need somebody to help me with that. I   Michael Hingson  48:42 bet you could find someone at UF to help with that.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  48:46 Yes. Well, I'm excited. I'm excited. Well, we'll see what happens. But But no, it's a great start. We're excited to see now that COVID We've gotten a bit of a handle on it, I certainly have a long way to go with that. But certainly happy to see now that things have kind of calmed down a little bit what opportunities are going to be open for us in the future. I'll say I'm presenting at the National Association of Colleges and Employers next month to share our model with other schools. So hopefully that will go well and we'll be able to to impact other universities there.   Michael Hingson  49:21 That's exciting too. You'll be able to do that. And of course, that's the kind of teaching but you're going to continue to teach.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  49:27 Oh, absolutely. That's the bread and butter of our program. We have the coolest classes of course I have to brag on Brent Industry Insights because that's my class that I created but we have other really cool courses we have a course called The Art of adulting you know, kind of teach students what does it mean to be an adult you know, and just have that interesting? open discussion. We have a Global Pathways course we have a professional pathways just expose students to various industries and particularly the skills correlation to say you know, If you're going to be a lawyer, great, but what are the skills that go into being a lawyer? What do you need things like problem solving, critical thinking, communications, teamwork, all of those skills that go into any profession. And we laugh, we provide students in the internship course what's called the SDS assessment. And it will basically ask you a bunch of questions and then tell you based on your skills, some of the top career choices that align with those particular skills, and it cracks the students up a lot of time, I know it cracked me up, because one of my top job matches was a tattoo artist, and I'm going what on earth? I cannot draw for anything in the world. But but we just kind of had to dig deeper and say, you know, what are the skills that I have, that perhaps a tattoo artists would have, or a marketing manager would have or whatever. So, you know, really teaching the students the value of having some of those transferable skills that you can have in any any job.   Michael Hingson  51:03 You mentioned earlier about people who had an influence on your life, I gather, you have some people that that really have made a great impact on you would love to hear about that?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  51:13 Yeah, yeah, absolutely. So well, Isaac, I don't know if if she'll ever hear this, but she was the internship coordinator who, you know, I walked into her office, and I had a rainbow colored resume, it literally had every color in the rainbow on it. And she looked at me and said, Brittany, what on earth is this, you do not need a rainbow colored resume. And so we kind of work together over the course of this semester. And she was the one that that got me the job at Orlando health that got me that internship that launched the rest of my career. And so I want to be the hula Isaac for for all of my students, so she was definitely an influence. My immunologist was a huge influence. He's the one that worked with me in the midst of having an immune deficiency. And I'll say, I didn't mention this earlier, but I've had four very significant surgeries, three of which were open heart surgeries. So you know, he's, he's been there in the midst of all of that, and just my family to you know, as, as my husband, and I talk about starting our own family saying, you know, what type of influence do I want to be on my kids, just as I am on my students, so that that's kind of my goal is to really make a positive impact on others through their various capacities.   Michael Hingson  52:35 Well, and you're certainly working toward it by any standard. And that's, that's as good as it gets, you know, you're making every effort that you can. So in 10 years, you're going to be doing the same thing.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  52:48 Hopefully, I'll have more of a leadership role. And we'll be able to have grown, I mean, hey, let's say we get 1,000,010 million 100 million dollar donation for the program, hopefully, we'll be able to hire lots of me, and not literally, but lots of people in my role, and be able to scale up and influence 1000s of more students. And ultimately, I would love to travel and be able to share with other colleges, some of the things that we've learned and see how we can help impact those students as well. I mean, you see, me even even going along the employer side, you see a lot of employers saying, Oh, we're going to pay our interns $8 an hour, or we're going to pay our interns nine or $10 an hour. And the reality is Amazon and, you know, Starbucks, and a lot of other employees, they're saying, hey, we'll pay you $15 an hour. And so students don't feel as much of a need to do internships anymore, because they can go work at a part time position for a lot more money. And so we're encouraging employers listen, you want to make sure that you are offering our students a competitive rates, because we want to make sure the students are getting access to internships and for especially for our students who have significant financial barriers, this is something that we strongly encourage employers listen, you need to meet that growing rate, because we want students to have access to whatever it is that you're teaching them, because they're so so so valuable. And I know, the federal folks up in DC are just starting to pay interns. So encouraging employers, encouraging students and really making those those connections. So yeah, so eventually kind of be doing the same thing. I hope it's at a broader scale, though.   Michael Hingson  54:33 Well, hope you can hopefully you can work with companies to get them to fund the internships and pay appropriate wages and so on. And, you know, maybe it would be to their interest because some of those people then will join those companies and move forward but as far as having lots of you doing it, you know, we're not cloning people and that's a good thing. So it's you, but it is really exciting what you're doing I mean, if people want to learn more about it or reach out to you, how can they do that?   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  55:05 So I find that the easiest way and I tell this to my students as well, the easiest way is just to Google UFL beyond 120. And, and that'll bring you to our websites. And it's actually held through the Academic Advising Center. So when students go to get their advising services, a lot of times they'll Fordham to us. If they're saying, Hey, I'm not quite sure what classes to take based on my career interest, or hey, I want to participate in internship, I don't know where to go. So we're held within the Academic Advising Center. So if you see academic advising, you're in the right place. So hear us beyond 120. And then I can certainly send my my email to you as well. It's Brittnay Grubbs@ufl.edu. And so happy to chat with anybody who's interested and you know, replicating the program for their own college or, or maybe donating some time to helping the students we certainly appreciate that.   Michael Hingson  56:01 So do the email one more time and spell it if you would? Absolutely. It's   56:05 B r i t t a y G r u b b s@ufl.edu, UFL for University of Florida. edu for education.   Michael Hingson  56:15 There you go. So people who are interested, maybe you'll hear from some other schools and colleges and universities, or companies that might be willing to contribute to the program. We're certainly willing to advocate so anything we can do to help them hopefully this will raise awareness and that some people will reach out to you and I would love to hear what you what you encounter as you're going forward.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  56:38 I would love that. I would love that it went regardless of what anyone has to know today, whether it's money time or anything else that people are interested in. We are certainly appreciative of anything that people have to offer.   56:50 Well, Brittany, thanks very much for being here. With unstoppable mindset this hour has gone by in a hurry hasn't absolutely having me which is why this is always fun. As always, any of you listening, I'd love to hear what you think. Please reach out to us you can reach me Michaelhi  m i c h a e l h i  at accessibe  A C C E S S I B E.com. I'd love to hear your thoughts. You can also go to our podcast page, which is www dot Michael hingson.com m i  c h a e l  h i n g s o n.com/podcast. Wherever you go, wherever you're listening to this podcast, please give us a five star rating. We really appreciate that a lot. I do want to hear your comments. If you know of other people and Britney you as well. If you know of other people who ought to be guests on unstoppable mindset, please let us know we're always open to hearing about more people. And I appreciate those of you who even over the last week have emailed us about that or reached out. Anytime people want to talk to us about guests or just thoughts about the podcast. We want to hear them and we will respond. So again, Brittany, thanks very much for being here.   Brittany Grubbs Hodges  58:06 Thank you, Michael. Really appreciate it.   Michael Hingson  58:08 And we look forward to all of you joining us next time on unstoppable mindset.  You have been listening to the Unstoppable Mindset podcast. Thanks for dropping by. I hope that you'll join us again next week, and in future weeks for upcoming episodes. To subscribe to our podcast and to learn about upcoming episodes, please visit www dot Michael hingson.com slash podcast. Michael Hingson is spelled m i c h a e l h i n g s o n. 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Preediction
Y'all Gaming?: SSC 2022 Review, Cult of the Lamb + Rumbleverse

Preediction

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 24:51


Streamers and Smash Ultimate casters, TKbreezy and Coney, review SSC 2022 and the impact Steve has right now on competitive play. They also discuss Cult of the Lamb and Rumbleverse. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The ME Spot with Dr. Heather Bartos, OBGYN
When Ouch Feels Good: Why Getting Spanked Gets People Off

The ME Spot with Dr. Heather Bartos, OBGYN

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 18:32


It may seem like the idea of spanking first hit (pun intended) the world when we were introduced to in Christian Gray's Red Room, but as far back as 2500 years ago, people were partaking in this practice. Whether it's caning, flogging, or getting paddled - a lot of people enjoy blurring the lines between pleasure and pain, so much so that it's become pretty much mainstream. The question is, why does spanking - well…slap? How do you start? In this episode, we're going to talk about erotic spanking and why it's so popular.   Like all BDSM, we want to keep sure that everything is SSC - safe, sane and consensual and we need a safe word. -Heather Bartos     We also discussed; -Proof that the Victorians were a lot kinkier than you thought  -All the spanking tools you can test out for a little fun  -Spanker and spankee rules of engagement