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Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable
#123 A Conversation on Obstacle Course Racing, Dealing with Injury, Eating Disorders, and more with the “Queen of Pain” (Amelia Boone, 4x OCR World Champion)

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 54:57


On this episode, Andrea and Megan are joined by a very special guest: Amelia Boone! Amelia's an incredibly accomplished obstacle racer and ultra runner. Tune in to hear how she's survived and won so many epic, painful races. She'll also share her story of long injury history and struggle with an eating disorder, offering strategies to fight and recover even stronger. Amelia Boone is a full-time corporate attorney, obstacle racer, and ultrarunner. Dubbed “The Queen of Pain,” Amelia is a 4x world champion and one of the most decorated obstacle racers in history. Over her career, she's amassed more than 50 podiums and 30 victories in obstacle racing. You can find her online at her website, Twitter, and Instagram. The Subjective: how do you balance your running with every day life? Chapters 00:00 - Intro 03:19 - What is obstacle racing? 06:09 - How Amelia trains for obstacle racing 08:59 - The Death Race?! 11:18 - Mental strategies for survinging the suffering 18:06 - Transitioning from obstacle racing to ultra racing 19:55 - Amelia's favorite shoes 27:40 - Balancing work and training lives 31:49 - Amelia's injury history & lessons learned 39:45 - The dangers of linking injury to our identity 44:20 - Fighting with and recovering from eating disorders 53:24 - Wrap-up --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doctors-of-running/support

Success is Subjective Podcast
Episode 167 - SPECIAL PARENT SERIES with "Pablo's Dad"

Success is Subjective Podcast

Play Episode Play 15 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 20:50


Today's episode of Success is Subjective is another Special Parent Series between Joanna and the father of a boy named Pablo. Pablo's dad talks about the early warning signs that Pablo was struggling mentally and emotionally, that he now sees in hindsight. He also shares what led up to one of the hardest decisions he ever had to make for Pablo, and how Pablo's arrest was ultimately the beginning of healing for their family. Resources mentioned: Prepare to BloomMeyer Education & Family ServicesConnect with Joanna Lilley  Success is Subjective WebsiteLilley Consulting WebsiteLilley Consulting on Facebook Sponsored by: College AlternativeEmail joanna@successissubjective.org 

Pure Experiences
Desires, Conspiracy, Subjective, Objectivity, Reincarnation

Pure Experiences

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 22:56


The path of knowledge portal https://gyanmarg.guru 00:00:00 Why do people desire various experiences, although they are illusory? 00:03:54 Do conspiracies have any truth in them? 00:06:16 Can some desires be fulfilled via energy practices? 00:07:36 How can one differentiate between subjective and objective experiences? 00:15:08 Can objectivity be imposed? 00:18:33 Why is ending the cycle of births a goal?

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable
#122 Mastering the Art of Winter Running, Part 2: Giving Up On Going Outside, and Learning to Love the Treadmill

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 42:46


This second part of our winter running feature is all about the treadmill. Some days, the weather is just too rough to brave the elements, or maybe the schedule calls for a hard workout that will be unnecessarily challenging in the cold/snow/ice; that's where the treadmill comes in. Nate & Andrea share tips to finding and buying the right treadmill for your needs, how to adjust your training, their favorite shoes on the treadmill, and the science behind biomechanical changes while treadmill running. The Subjective: what's your number one tip for getting through winter training? Chapters 0:00 - Intro 1:58 - Treadmill buying guide: features, size, types, etc. 11:04 - How to approach training on a treadmill 20:43 - Picking shoes for treadmill running 23:53 - Biomechanical changes while treadmill running 30:40 - Gait changes on a treadmill vs. outdoors 38:31 - Wrap-up --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doctors-of-running/support

Forbidden Knowledge News
Legit Clips: Reality is Subjective or Something | Chris Mathieu

Forbidden Knowledge News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 8:25


Full episodehttps://open.spotify.com/episode/1MucNUIXoJ7oW8TsMIJlrI?si=U2veYyi8SqaelplBCPaWKA&utm_source=copy-linkGet access to every episode of Legit Bat!https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/legit-bat-podcast/id1529807018The Forbidden Knowledge Network https://forbiddenknowledge.newsRokfin https://rokfin.com/LegitBat

Success is Subjective Podcast
Episode 166 - Launching into Adulthood with Trish Ruggles

Success is Subjective Podcast

Play Episode Play 23 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 71:21


Struggling with regrets about the college she decided to attend, Trish launched into adulthood with a rough start. Eventually realizing Lewis & Clark was the college for her, Trish pursued her M.A. in Counseling Psychology. While still taking a light load of therapy clients, Trish launched her therapeutic consulting business in 2020 which has been her primary focus ever since. Tune in to today's episode of Success is Subjective to hear more about Trish's winding journey that eventually led her to exactly where she needed and wanted to be.Connect with Trish Ruggleswww.pathfinderconsults.comConnect with Joanna Lilley  Success is Subjective WebsiteLilley Consulting WebsiteLilley Consulting on Facebook Sponsored by: College AlternativeEmail joanna@successissubjective.org

The Happy Flosser RDH
#87 Clinical Notes: AETN and SOAP framework

The Happy Flosser RDH

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 19:47


The best advice any experienced clinician will give you is to keep good clinical notes. In school, you will learn both the AETN - Assessment, Education, Treatment, and Next visit note style. You will also learn SOAP notes: Subjective, Objective, Assessment, and Prognosis notes.  Both designs provide the busy clinician with a framework for including all of the most significant and important information for each patient you treat and the services you provide. It is important to document what you do - but also why you do it. Having a framework will keep you organized when you are busy or running behind. Organized notes help you keep track of your appointment, focus on important information, and easily review previous notes.  In this episode, we will review both of the frameworks for clinical notes to help students learn the basics of the structure of a clinical note, how to write them, and why they are important.  Additional Resources: Additional Info: https://blog.feedspot.com/dental_hygiene_podcasts/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/billie43/message

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte
Patrick Isoird : crime d'amour propre - Le débrief

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 12:18


L'histoire d'un crime d'amour propre et d'orgueil blessé. L'enquête sur le meurtre, en 2014 à Sète dans l'Hérault, de Patrick Isoird. Récit tiré du film documentaire « L'enquête de ma vie ; La grotte sanglante » de Félix Seger (Production Caméra Subjective).

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte
Patrick Isoird : crime d'amour propre - Le récit

Europe 1 - Hondelatte Raconte

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 28:31


L'histoire d'un crime d'amour propre et d'orgueil blessé. L'enquête sur le meurtre, en 2014 à Sète dans l'Hérault, de Patrick Isoird. Récit tiré du film documentaire « L'enquête de ma vie ; La grotte sanglante » de Félix Seger (Production Caméra Subjective).

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable
#121 Mastering the Art of Winter Running, Part 1: Tackling the Cold

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 49:13 Very Popular


As we sink into the depths of winter, getting out for a run can get more challenging. Running in the extreme cold, icy, and snowy conditions presents unique obstacles to training. In this two-part conversation, Nate and Andrea (both cold-climate natives in Wisconsin and Connecticut) share their favorite strategies for mastering the winter, from training adaptations to gear & clothing. Stay tuned for part two where they dive into the art of training well on the treadmill. The Subjective: what's your number one tip for getting through winter training? Chapters 0:00 - Intro 5:06 - Cold weather training considerations 13:06 - Physiological changes while running in the cold 20:38 - Staying warm no matter the temperature 28:26 - Winter shoe recommendations 38:56 - Favorite winter clothing 48:38 - Wrap-up --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doctors-of-running/support

The Open Mind, Hosted by Alexander Heffner
Objective and Subjective Definitions of Democracy

The Open Mind, Hosted by Alexander Heffner

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 27:57


Oxford University Press "Democracies in America" coauthor Bert Emerson discusses disparate and shared understandings of democratic rule 

Composers Datebook
"Statements" from Copland

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 2:00


Synopsis In 1935 Aaron Copland finished a new orchestral work that was to be premiered by the Minneapolis Symphony and its young conductor Eugene Ormandy. The work was entitled Statements for Orchestra, and consisted of six short movements, each with a descriptive title, namely: Militant, Cryptic, Dogmatic, Subjective, Jingo, and Prophetic. The Jingo movement alludes to the popular tune Sidewalks of New York – where Copland completed the orchestration of his new score. The last two movements were premiered by the Minneapolis Symphony early in 1936, first on an NBC radio broadcast, then on one of the orchestra's subscription concerts. The conductor, however, was not Ormandy but rather Dimitri Mitropoulos, who would become the Music Director of the Minneapolis Symphony the following year. And it was Mitropoulos who would lead the first complete performance of all six of Copland's Statements on today's date in 1942 during a concert by the New York Philharmonic. The new piece got good reviews, and Copland quoted with pride one given by his friend and colleague Virgil Thomson, which called the music “succinct and stylish, cleverly written and very, very personal …“ Much to Copland's surprise this music never really caught on with orchestras or audiences. “To my disappointment,” wrote Copland, “Statements remains one of my lesser-known scores.” Music Played in Today's Program Aaron Copland (1900 –1990) Statements London Symphony; Aaron Copland, conductor. Sony 47232

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable
#120 Mizuno Wave Rebellion Pro Review, and Shoes We're Excited for in 2023

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 52:49


Mizuno's brand new super shoe, the Wave Rebellion Pro, features some of the wildest geometry on the running shoe market. Featuring a huge stack of foam, an extreme heel bevel, midsole cutouts, and a carbon-infused plate, Mizuno's made an impressively fast & bouncy super shoe, worth of consideration among the best. Join Matt & David as they take a deep dive on this exciting new offering. They also look forward to all the new shoes coming out in 2023, including things like Nike Vaporfly Next% 3 and Saucony Kinvara Pro. Be sure to check out our full written review of the Rebellion Pro! The Subjective: what shoe(s) are you looking forward to the most in 2023? Chapters 0:00 - Intro 3:14 - Mizuno Wave Rebellion Pro Review 6:17 - What to make of the extreme midsole geometry 15:38 - The Best Uses for the Rebellion Pro 18:24 - Comparisons 26:08 - Who will/won't the Rebellion Pro work for 32:23 - Looking forward to 2023's upcoming shoes 51:30 - Wrap up --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doctors-of-running/support

Table Talk Radio
All Mediocre Things Must Come To An End?

Table Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 84:09


Here is the LAST BLAST from TTR, as we know it. Pr Wolfmueller has plans for something going forward but we say a fond farewell to Evan. He has been a very faithful servant and has been a part of making theology fun! God’s richest blessings to Even and his family on whatever adventure God […]

Success is Subjective Podcast
Episode 164 - From Attending Therapy to Becoming a Therapist with Bob Hennen

Success is Subjective Podcast

Play Episode Play 21 sec Highlight Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 22:07


What leads someone to get involved in the mental health profession? Oftentimes, it's that person's journey of fighting for their own mental health that creates a desire in them to help others who are going through similar things. That's the story of today's Success is Subjective guest, Bob Hennen. Tune in to this episode to hear how Bob became a therapist after overcoming addiction at the age of 23, and how since then, he has dedicated his life to helping others do the same. Connect with Bob Hennen Blue Ridge Therapeutic WildernessEmerald Arrow Connect with Joanna Lilley  Success is Subjective WebsiteLilley Consulting WebsiteLilley Consulting on Facebook Sponsored by: College AlternativeEmail joanna@successissubjective.org 

Tore Says Show
Sat 31 Dec: Year Of R's - 2023 Shocks - No Scripts - Power Words - Beast System - Group Think - Faith Walk

Tore Says Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 116:43


There will be redemption, resurrection, recession, restoration, a revolution, hard reality and a time of rest. And that is just the start. Instructions given and the power of prayer. The prophesy sounds familiar as history runs parallel. Days have past when permission was required. The limitless possibilities defined by others. Changes are happening which involve the spoken word. Most importantly, decide where to spend your energy. Those who truly matter are ignored. Dangerous group think offers comfort. If only they knew what is coming. The recession will be key in ending legacy media. Did we mention redress, refunds, reparations and reruns? Rod Serling told us. When beliefs modify consciousness. Subjective perspective and the simplest explanation. Cyber oligarchs and narrative control. Spiritual armor starts with God's truth. Shed all the lies we've learned in the past. This year, walk in faith and emulate all that is good. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable
DOR Shakeout: Andrea's Favorite Shoes of 2022

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 20:39 Very Popular


In this final episode of 2022, Andrea Myers gets to share her picks for the best shoes of the year! Tune in to hear her picks for daily trainer, max cushion, racing shoes, and more–and even a section devoted to her beloved New Balance Beacon. What each person seeks in a daily can be totally different from the next depending on their running rotation. In this year's Best Of, we decided to NOT have consensus picks as we couldn't come to terms with just picking one shoe as the best daily trainer, or stability shoe, or racing shoe of 2022. With so many variances and specifications for runners, we decided to leave it a bit broader due to the differences in many of the picks and let the shoes do the talking. Be sure to check out our website to see our full team's picks for every category of shoe. The Subjective: what's been your favorite shoe(s) in these categories? Chapters 0:00 - Intro 0:36 - Best Daily Trainer 3:06 - Best Max Cushion Shoe 5:28 - Best Stability Shoe 7:00 - Best Stable Neutral Shoe 9:34 - Best Trail Shoe 12:14 - Best Performance Trainer 14:50 - Best Racing Shoe 18:05 - The Beacon is GOAT 19:25 - Wrap up --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doctors-of-running/support

MS News & Perspectives
Work Status Tied to Subjective Cognitive Impairment & Humour and Life With MS

MS News & Perspectives

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 12:17


Multiple Sclerosis News Today's multimedia associate, Price Wooldridge, reads about a study on subjective cognitive impairment, or self-reported problems, that predicted worse employment status after two years for MS patients.
 He also reads “Being Able to Laugh at Yourself Is Vital When Living With MS” by Benjamin Hofmeister, from his column “Chairborne.” =================================== Are you interested in learning more about multiple sclerosis? If so, please visit: https://multiplesclerosisnewstoday.com/ ===================================== To join in on conversations regarding multiple sclerosis, please visit: https://multiplesclerosisnewstoday.com/forums/

Analysand
ดนตรีที่แท้จริงของ Adorno

Analysand

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 92:24


เทสดีเทสไม่ดี? อย่าไปตัดสินเรื่องดนตรีมันเป็นเรื่องของรสนิยมส่วนบุคคลได้ปะ? เรามักจะนึกถึงเทสทางดนตรีเป็นเรื่อง Subjective แต่ถ้าหากว่าในเรื่องของศิลปะมันมีอะไรมากกว่านั้นล่ะ? ซึ่ง Ardorno ได้เสนอว่าจริง ๆ แล้วรสนิยมถูกกำหนดโดยโครงสร้างทางสังคมและเศรษฐกิจ ศิลปะมันไม่ได้เพียงแค่สะท้อนสังคมที่เป็นอยู่แต่มันควรจะท้ายทายความคิดหรือสภาพทางสังคมการเมือง เพื่อทำให้ผู้คนจินตนากรความเป็นไปได้ใหม่ ๆ แล้วดนตรีที่แท้จริงสำหรับ Ardorno นั้นเป็นอย่างไร "All works of art have a content by virtue of an inner dialectical opposition between its form and content" - Aesthetic Theory

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable
#119 The Best Running Shoes of 2022 Part 2 (Racing Shoes and Performance Trainers)

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 50:42 Very Popular


We're back with Part 2 of our Best Shoes of 2022. We've tested over 140 shoes in 2022 (!!!) and we're excited to share our favorites of 2022. In this second edition, we're diving into the fast stuff: racing shoes (both short & long distance) and performance trainers. We also cover some of the shoes that disappointed in 2022 and wrap things up with our thoughts on what brands stood out this year. What each person seeks in a daily can be totally different from the next depending on their running rotation. In this year's Best Of, we decided to NOT have consensus picks as we couldn't come to terms with just picking one shoe as the best daily trainer, or stability shoe, or racing shoe of 2022. With so many variances and specifications for runners, we decided to leave it a bit broader due to the differences in many of the picks and let the shoes do the talking. Be sure to check out our website to see our full team's picks for every category of shoe. The Subjective: what's been your favorite shoe(s) in these categories? Chapters 0:00 - Intro 2:03 - Best Performance Trainers 13:05 - Best Short Distance Racing Shoes 23:07 - Best Long Distance Racing Shoes 34:19 - Most Disappointing Shoes 42:30 - Best Brands of the Year --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doctors-of-running/support

Livin From Within
When Objective Reality Is Ignored & Subjective Perspective Becomes Mass Delusion

Livin From Within

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 9:05


This world we live in is indeed governed by Cosmic laws. This is THE knowledge, the Truth of our existence, to which we are to discover, study and apply as students of life. Truth is not new, it is awaiting in the cave of the shadows you avoid. In this reality, you have free will to choose your actions, however you do not choose the consequences of those actions, that is governed by the laws. So we have objective reality AND subjective perspective, as I teach, understanding and acknowledging both are important. This matters because it is a core element of being a 3rd density human - that we are self aware, we have free will and we are highly programmable. These are the "features" of being human that are required in order for us to experience this version of life, if you will. What we have today, in the world run by evil, is a complete inversion and ignorance of these laws (objective reality), and a collective delusion of man-made laws (subjective perspectives) to which are violentley enforced onto everyone against their will. Thus, because we are not here alone, we are billions of people simultaniously choosing and experiencing the consequences of those choices, masses matter. You are not "manifesting" evil and harm to be done onto you. It is the "group" of "social norms" that enables wrong-doings, every single day through the very systems we call the state, society & culture. The degree to which humanity is collectively moral, is the degree to which humanity is free. Education is a foundational pillar of creating a conscious civilization. An ignorant populace is an enslaved one. The question is not whether it is possible, the question is; will each individual choose to awaken to truth and live in accordance with spiritual law? As an individual, develop the practice of self awareness, become the observer of your choices; they will reveal a pattern of where you are living in Falsehood vs Truth. Do your part both within and without, by doing the inner work, and carrying the torch for others to see. If you are ready to take personal responsibility & not be manipulated by the evil beings of this world anymore, then watch my 1hr masterclass on self mastery through inner alchemy. Instead of watching a TV show, go & watch the masterclass, take notes, implement the learnings. Perhaps share it with a friend & go through it together. Support one another's conscious growth. You only have your True Self to gain, that is worth everything. ► Now LIVE and available :: Awakening The Leader Within ► Masterclass ON: Self Mastery Through Inner Alchemy ► Ignite your purpose today and embrace a more fulfilling state of being: Ignite your life purpose course ► Support Melisa's efforts in providing free, accessible, educational content to the world by donating here or by subscribing to this podcast. ► Conscious living & wellbeing course: Conscious living starter skillkit course It's always the right time to start livin from within

SparkUp PVD
Ep #162 "Music is Subjective" ft. Wendell B. Jordan & Ashlee Reyez

SparkUp PVD

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 140:13


On this episode Cristina Sev, Wendell B. Jordan, and Ashlee Reyez talk about Top Hip-Hop and R&B of 2022, what is a munch, unnecessary Beyonce hate, the passing of Twitch and more. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sparkupod/support

KoopCast
Preventing Perfectionism, Training Camps & Subjective Monitoring-A Coach Roundtable | Koopcast Episode 158

KoopCast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 79:12 Very Popular


Coaches Darcie Murphy and AJW sit down with Jason Koop to discuss what they are doing differently with their athletes next year. The CTS blogPrevious podcast on training campsBuy Training Essentials for Ultrarunning on Amazon or Audible.Information on coaching-https://trainright.com/Koop's Social MediaTwitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop

The MAP IT FORWARD Podcast
#762 [ENCORE] Chahan Yeretzian: Coffee Science - Subjective vs. Objective

The MAP IT FORWARD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 20:05


This is the 4th in a 5-part series with Chahan Yeretzian, Professor for Analytical Technologies, Bioanalytical Chemistry, and Diagnostics at Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW). In this series, Chahan and Lee explore "The Science of Coffee".In this 4th episode of the series, Chahan and Lee discuss how science handles the subjectivity of coffee taste objectively.Connect with Chahan on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chahanyeretzian/

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable
#118 The Best Running Shoes of 2022 Part 1 (Daily Trainers, Max Cushion, Stability and More)

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 50:25 Very Popular


It's that time of year! We've tested over 140 shoes in 2022 (!!!) and we're excited to share our favorites of 2022. Over the next two episodes, Matt, David, and Nathan will share their picks for best shoes that came out in 2022. In Part 1, we're starting with our picks for Daily Trainers, Max Cushion, Stable Neutral, Stability and Trail. What each person seeks in a daily can be totally different from the next depending on their running rotation. In this year's Best Of, we decided to NOT have consensus picks as we couldn't come to terms with just picking one shoe as the best daily trainer, or stability shoe, or racing shoe of 2022. With so many variances and specifications for runners, we decided to leave it a bit broader due to the differences in many of the picks and let the shoes do the talking. Be sure to check out our website to see our full team's picks for every category of shoe. The Subjective: what's been your favorite shoe(s) in these categories? Chapters 00:00 - Intro 03:22 - Best Daily Trainers 14:11 - Best Max Cushion Shoes 21:54 - Best Stable Neutral Shoes 31:34 - Best Stability Shoes 40:06 - Best Trail Shoes 46:49 - Wrap-up --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doctors-of-running/support

WhatCulture Gaming
A VERY Subjective Game Of The Year 2022 Ranking

WhatCulture Gaming

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 66:03


Scott and Josh wind DOWN for the year with their personal picks for GOTY 2022. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable
#117 A Beginner's Guide to Cycling for Runners

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 67:22


Cycling is one of the best ways for runners to maintain fitness while unable to run or to cross-train while fit, but the barrier of entry can often seem high. What kind of bike do you need? What about pedals and shoes? How do you translate running training to the bike? Our resident cyclist Andrea Myers sits down with recent bike convert and DOR Contributor Megan Flynn to give you the basics to biking. They answer a multitude of questions spanning from equipment to workouts to fueling. If you've ever wanted to get into cycling, this is the place to start. The Subjective: what's your favorite way to cross-train? Chapters 0:00 - Intro 7:32 - The benefits of cycling for runners 12:49 - How to get started cycling 20:41 - The importance of a good local bike shop 23:23 - Flat vs. clip pedals 28:14 - Cycling shoes 35:58 - Finding great routes to ride 40:48 - Cycling trainings tips for beginners 50:43 - More tips for new cyclists 57:14 - Dressing for cycling vs. running 59:28 - Fueling on the ride 1:02:35 - Getting a good bike fit 1:05:01 - Wrap-up --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doctors-of-running/support

Success is Subjective Podcast
Episode 160 - Learning to Challenge Myself Towards Greatness with Kareem Dieng

Success is Subjective Podcast

Play Episode Play 55 sec Highlight Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 41:58


On today's episode of Success is Subjective, Joanna sits down with lifelong outdoorsman, Kareem Dieng. Kareen shares his journey of discovering his calling through trial and error. From playing football in college before dropping out, to working in corporate America, to joining the military and eventually running a guided tour and a photography business with his wife, Kareem shares the reality of what it was like for him to figure out his career path. Tune in to find out how Kareem ultimately realized what path he wanted to pursue, and to hear his best advice for young people who are trying to make their own way in the world. Connect with Kareem DiengOutdoor Leadership ProgramOpt For Epic Rising Sun Adventure Tourskareem@risingsonadventure.comIG: @risingsunadventureFB: @risingsunadventureConnect with Joanna Lilley  Success is Subjective WebsiteLilley Consulting WebsiteLilley Consulting on Instagram Lilley Consulting on Facebook Sponsored by: College AlternativeEmail joanna@successissubjective.org 

Fulfilled as a Mom
155: A Framework for Any Interaction You'll Have as a PA

Fulfilled as a Mom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 24:32


True or False: SOAP stands for Subjective, Objective, Assessment and Plan. That's always been true, but today we are adding another use for the letters SOAP. The SOAP Note Framework is going to help you have smoother, more positive interactions with your patients and more satisfied patients (and yes, better Press Ganey scores!) From meeting a new patient and walking them through what to expect with the visit with you to negotiating with your practice manager and from deciding where to go on vacation and getting your toddler on board with the bedtime routine, what you've been missing is a framework for those interactions. In this episode you'll learn the new and improved SOAP Framework will help you with all of those situations as a PA, as a spouse, daughter, friend and parent. We are demystifying these interactions and giving you the tools to deploy these steps in all sorts of situations. THE PA PERSONALITY QUIZ https://tracybingaman.com/type THE SHOW NOTES https://www.tracybingaman.com/blog EMAIL themoneypa@gmail.com "I NEED THE SOAP NOTE"

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable
#116 Are Super Trainers Worth It? A Review of the ASICS Superblast, with Comparisons

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 54:05


"Super trainers" are the latest trend in shoe design: a next-generation foam, a midsole height of over 40mm, and a stiff rocker (with or without a plate). These new shoes can be a ton of fun to run in with huge amounts of cushioning and energy return. However, they come with hefty price tags and unknown effects on running biomechanics. Matt & David explore this new category of shoes, specifically reviewing the new ASICS Superblast and comparing it to other offerings like the New Balance SC Trainer and Adidas Prime X. Wondering if these super trainers are for you? Have a listen! The Subjective: what do you make of these new super trainers? Chapters 0:00 - Intro 3:16 - How to define "super trainers" 8:30 - Lower-stack shoes with super foams 12:30 - ASICS Superblast Review 17:44 - Comparing the Superblast to the other max-stack super trainers 20:33 - Weighing the cost of super trainers 27:26 - What's the purpose for max-stack super trainers 31:02 - Who these shoes might not work for 34:10 - What's being done well with this new category 38:44 - How could these shoes be improved? 43:02 - Is there a point of diminishing returns for midsole height? 47:19 - Where this category is headed in the future 50:36 - Wrap up --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doctors-of-running/support

Mind & Matter
Neural Computation, Neuromodulators, Serotonin, Psychedelics, Subjective Experience | Zach Mainen | #98

Mind & Matter

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 144:26 Transcription Available


Nick talks to computational neuroscientist Dr. Zach Mainen, a neuroscientist and director of the Champalimaud Neuroscience Programme at the Centre of the Unknown in Lisbon, Portugal. His lab studies the neuroscience of decision making, neuromodulation & behavior using both experimental and computational approaches. They discuss: what kinds of things animal brains are actually computing, and to what extent we can think about brains like computers; the difference between neurotransmitters and neuromodulators in the brain, including some discussion of what specific neuromodulators like dopamine and serotonin do in the brain; and we also discussed some of the research his lab is starting to do on serotonergic psychedelics, including how he thinks about whether the subjective effects of psychedelics are likely to be important for the therapeutic and neuroplastic effects.SUPPORT M&M:Sign up for the free weekly Mind & Matter newsletter:[https://mindandmatter.substack.com/?sort=top]Learn how you can further support the podcast: [https://mindandmatter.substack.com/p/how-to-support-mind-and-matter]Support the show

WYHA? Podcast
Episode 125 - Live show Recap

WYHA? Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 106:50


Podcast Episode 125 - Live show Recap In this episode, we talk about: Objective v Subjective beauty Live show recap How would you feel if your mother-in-law lives with you? Takeoff's death Recording everything culture And much more Share your thoughts with us and lets keep the conversation going! Follow us on TikTok: @wyhapod Follow us on Instagram: @wyhapod Follow us on Twitter: @wyhapod Watch the full episode on YouTube: WYHA Podcast

Like It Matters Radio
11/25/22 Subjective Experience

Like It Matters Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 54:48


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KoopCast
Using Subjective Feedback to Drive Performance with Natàlia Balagué and Lluc Montull

KoopCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 57:14


Coach Koop discusses how athletes are Complex Adaptive Systems and how subjective feedback can be integrated into training. Paper discussedBuy Koop's new book on Amazon or Audible.Information on coaching-www.trainright.comKoop's Social MediaTwitter/Instagram- @jasonkoop

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable
#115 Recovery Strategies to Get You Back to Running After an Injury

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 63:00


Running, especially training and racing hard, introduces large amounts of load & stress on your muscles and bodily systems. There are times that altering or reducing your training load can be critical to preventing serious injury. This is especially the case when recovering after a goal race (specifically the marathon), fighting off the beginning pain or niggles, or when returning from an injury. Nathan and Matt explore different strategies to help you recover from big races and keep your training consistent even in the midst of occasional pain. They share tips for water running and take a look at the AlterG and Lever Pro treadmill systems which actually reduce the force of gravity on your body while running. For a deeper look at these three options, be sure to read the in-depth article on our website. The Subjective: how long do you take off after a goal race? Chapters 0:00 - Intro 3:42 - Defining stress & load 7:40 - Decreasing load after a big race 17:48 - Do super shoes decrease damage and speed recovery? 20:27 - Altering load while returning from injury 23:38 - Healing timeframes for bone and tendon injuries 31:54 - Reasons to modify load while training 37:02 - A primer on water running 43:29 - AlterG treadmill running 49:05 - Lever Pro running system 59:58 - Wrap up --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doctors-of-running/support

New Day Church
11-20-22 TAC Aaron Fb Live, "The Magical Power of Words" - Audio

New Day Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 35:12


Changing your life by the way you talk. We are responsible for our own subjective reality.

Physio Edge podcast
148. How to assess ankle sprains & start rehab with Zoe Russell

Physio Edge podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 56:06


Zoe Russell discusses ankle sprain assessment and treatment, and how to return your patients to sport. You'll discover how to help your ankle sprain patients fully recover as quickly as possible, and avoid long term issues, such as chronic ankle instability, osteoarthritis or other lower limb injuries.  Zoe is a Specialist Sports Physiotherapist (FACP), APA Titled Musculoskeletal and Sports Physio, as well as a Clinical Edge Senior Educator and Presenter, and in this Physio Edge podcast hosted by David Pope, we discuss the latest evidence and practical strategies for ankle sprains, including:    Assessment  Common issues therapists face when rehabilitating ankle sprain patients.  Questions you need to ask your ankle sprain patients.  How a previous history of ankle sprains impacts your assessment & treatment. Why patients with inversion injuries may have medial ankle pain. How to avoid stirring up patients pain during your assessment.   Diagnosis Common mechanisms of injury, and how this guides your diagnosis.  Structures that are likely to be injured with different ankle injuries.   Treatment  10 key elements to include in your assessment & treatment. How to help reduce swelling quickly after an ankle sprain, and why this is important. Immediate sideline management for ankle sprains at sporting events. Whether manual therapy has a role in acute ankle injuries or persistent ankle pain and swelling.  How to explain ankle sprains, recovery & rehab to your patient. What you're looking to achieve with your early rehab.  How to set rehab targets or goals with your patients. The role of taping in ankle rehab. Taping compared to bracing. Whether long term taping or bracing is a useful long term injury prevention strategy.  The latest surgical procedures for patients with chronic ankle instability (CAI).   Links Zoe Russell David Pope on Twitter Improve your musculoskeletal and sports injury assessment & treatment results with a free trial Clinical Edge membership Explain acute and persistent pain to your patients, without giving them the message “It's all in your head” with the Making sense of pain training module Comprehensive low back pain assessment & treatment training module David Pope at Clinical Edge References CLICK HERE to download the article associated with this podcast Bestwick-Stevenson, T., Wyatt, L. A., Palmer, D., Ching, A., Kerslake, R., Coffey, F., Batt, M. E., & Scammell, B. E. (2021). Incidence and risk factors for poor ankle functional recovery, and the development and progression of posttraumatic ankle osteoarthritis after significant ankle ligament injury (SALI): the SALI cohort study protocol. BMC musculoskeletal disorders, 22(1), 362. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12891-021-04230-8 Delco ML, Kennedy JG, Bonassar LJ, Fortier LA. Post-traumatic osteoarthritis of the ankle: A distinct clinical entity requiring new research approaches. J Orthop Res. 2017 Mar;35(3):440-453. doi: 10.1002/jor.23462. Epub 2016 Nov 8. PMID: 27764893; PMCID: PMC5467729. Herzog MM, Kerr ZY, Marshall SW, Wikstrom EA. Epidemiology of Ankle Sprains and Chronic Ankle Instability. J Athl Train. 2019 Jun;54(6):603-610. doi: 10.4085/1062-6050-447-17. Epub 2019 May 28. PMID: 31135209; PMCID: PMC6602402. van Ochten, J. M., de Vries, A. D., van Putte, N., Oei, E., Bindels, P., Bierma-Zeinstra, S., & van Middelkoop, M. (2017). Association between Patient History and Physical Examination and Osteoarthritis after Ankle Sprain. International journal of sports medicine, 38(9), 717–724. https://doi.org/10.1055/s-0043-109554     Chapters: 03:47 - Untreated ankle sprains 05:27 - Latest evidence 07:04 - Subjective questions 09:45 - Common mechanisms of injury 11:47 - Plantarflexion/inversion injury with medial ankle pain 15:22 - Dorsiflexion eversion injuries 15:54 - Swelling 21:11 - Objective tests 26:32 - Irritability 26:47 - Figure of 8 taping technique 28:56 - Inferior and superior tib-fib joint assessment 32:14 - Treatment 42:41 - Change of direction 43:17 - Tape or brace? 50:06 - Mobilise or immobilise?

Living Life... Like It Matters Podcast
Subjective Experience

Living Life... Like It Matters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 48:07


Do you know the difference between a subjective experience and an objective experience? Would you like to understand more of how you work and how you create experiences? On today's podcast of Living Life Like It Matters, Mr. Black wants listeners to understand the bevy of information available to every leader. Nobody responds to reality, we respond to our map of reality. In other words people are not living an objective life, but we all live, a subjective life. Mr. Black is a Master Practitioner of NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming). NLP is the study of subjective experience. Today Mr. Black will pull back the curtains, and share with you some 'Objective Revelation'. If you want to be the best version of yourself and understand your role in your experience called Life, then the TIME IS NOW: Subjective Experience.  If you enjoy the show, please tell a friend or two, or three about it. If you are able to leave an honest rating and, or, review it would be appreciated. Check out our website www.LikeItMatters.Net. Be sure to Like and Follow us on our facebook page. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable
#114 How to Pick the BEST Running Shoe for Your Race Day

Doctors of Running Virtual Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 67:29


You've got your race booked, so now comes the tough decision: what shoe do you wear on race day? With all the super shoes out there now, it can be a challenge to decide which one will be best for you when you toe the starting line. Two of the most important factors are race distance and course. What types of shoes are best for 5K/10K versus half marathon and marathon? What about hills, tight turns, and mixed terrain? Nathan, David, and BJ discuss their experiences with different shoes (both super and "normal") on race day over a variety of different distances, courses, and speeds. They also weigh the impact running economy benefits should have on our shoe decisions. Be sure to check out our friend Dustin Joubert's excellent work testing the running economy benefits of a variety of shoes on his website or on Instagram @labratrundown. The Subjective: how do you decide what shoe to race in for different distances? Chapters 0:00 - Intro 3:00 - The difference between short & long distance race shoes 9:44 - Should you always use the shoe that improves your running economy the most? 13:37 - What do you like in a 5K shoe vs. a half or marathon shoe? 27:21 - How course terrain & format effect shoe choice 43:24 - How do your goals change what shoe you choose? 47:13 - Balancing the value proposition of expensive super shoes 52:45 - Ideas for non-super shoes to race in 58:31 - How to prepare for & test your racing shoes 1:04:35 - Wrap-up --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/doctors-of-running/support

New Day Church
11-13-22 TAC Aaron Fb Live, "Our Philosophy of Life" - Audio

New Day Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 51:26


Contemplating our life course, purpose, core values, beliefs, etc.

Real Personal Finance
Does it Ever Make Sense to Purchase a Home with All Cash Down?

Real Personal Finance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 27:58


Scott and James discuss if you should ever purchase your home fully in cash.NEW: We're on YouTube here!Listener Question:I'm 27 and my goal is to have a paid for house by the time I'm 45. In the next 18 years, if I save and invest aggressively will I have potentially have enough to pay in cash or is it better to get the mortgage when I'm able to and pay the interest because house prices will go up more than what I could earn in interest in the stock market? To me, it seems that any appreciation the house might gain will be lost in the interest I'm paying to the bank for the mortgage. I don't want to pay interest and since I can't even get a loan for enough to buy a house in my area I'm wondering if it's not a better idea to save in an investment account and once the account reaches the right number, use that money to buy the house without a mortgage. Planning Points DiscussedUtilizing Time EfficientlyCapital AppreciationPurchasing PowerOther issues (IRAs, Inflation, Financial Goals, etc.)Timestamps:2:30 - We're on YouTube HERE!5:02 - Assumptions10:30 - Understanding Interest14:14 - Personal Finance is Personal18:20 - Subjective & Objective Personal Finance23:00 - Aligning Your Financial GoalsLET'S CONNECT!JamesYouTube LinkedIn WebsiteScottFacebook Twitter WebsiteENJOY THE SHOW?Don't miss an episode, subscribe via iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, or Google Play.Submit Your Question For The Show Here!

Success is Subjective Podcast
Episode 156 - Overcoming Trauma and Healing from Addiction with Charlie Van Leuven

Success is Subjective Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 41:28


After witnessing his mother's overdose and suicide attempt, and then living in various hotels and shelters following his parents' divorce, it's no surprise that Charlie Van Leuven eventually spiraled into a life of substance abuse. On today's episode of Success is Subjective, Joanna sits down with Charlie to hear how he fought his way out of the pit of addiction and how he now supports others on their journey to sobriety. This conversation will give you a glimpse into the raw reality of how unresolved trauma can lead to addiction, and what it takes to achieve recovery. It's a meaningful episode that you don't want to miss. Connect with Charlie Van LeuvenNational Treatment TransportIndependence Recovery Coaching Association of Mediation and Transport Services (AMATS)1-800-got-junk?Connect with Joanna Lilley  Success is Subjective WebsiteLilley Consulting WebsiteLilley Consulting on Instagram Lilley Consulting on Facebook Sponsored by: College AlternativeEmail joanna@successissubjective.org 

The tastytrade network
The Skinny on Options: Abstract Applications - November 7, 2022 - Subjective Utility Functions

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 17:36


One of the best things in the market is the objective nature of the markets. Specifically, Implied Volatilities, Expected Moves, and Probabilities all objectively lay out the statistical facts of a given scenario. But still, two different people can come to two very different conclusions, neither of which is better or worse than the other, but instead based largely on the utility function that is driving their decisions.Did you catch our recently on how to determine Delta/Theta levels for your portfolio?

The tastytrade network
The Skinny on Options: Abstract Applications - November 7, 2022 - Subjective Utility Functions

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 16:45


One of the best things in the market is the objective nature of the markets. Specifically, Implied Volatilities, Expected Moves, and Probabilities all objectively lay out the statistical facts of a given scenario. But still, two different people can come to two very different conclusions, neither of which is better or worse than the other, but instead based largely on the utility function that is driving their decisions.Did you catch our recently on how to determine Delta/Theta levels for your portfolio?

Real Personal Finance
How Does A Pension Fit In Your Overall Retirement Plan?

Real Personal Finance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 23:26


Scott and James discuss how a pension fits into your overall retirement plan.NEW: We're on YouTube here!Listener Question:Am I on track to retire at 52? Am I over-investing in retirement at the expense of more freedom now? How would you recommend incorporating pension plans into overall retirement planning (ideal year:pension percentage break-even point?)? Planning Points DiscussedUtilizing Time EfficientlyCapital AppreciationPurchasing PowerOther issues (IRAs, Inflation, Financial Goals, etc.)Timestamps:2:30 - We're on YouTube HERE!5:02 - Assumptions10:30 - Retirement Planning14:14 - Pension Considerations18:20 - Subjective & Objective Personal Finance20:53 - Life Insurance22:11 - Optimizing Finances23:00 - Aligning Your Financial GoalsLET'S CONNECT!JamesYouTube LinkedIn WebsiteScottFacebook Twitter WebsiteENJOY THE SHOW?Don't miss an episode, subscribe via iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, or Google Play.Submit Your Question For The Show Here!

Barbell Logic
Velocity Based Training & Autoregulation for Strength - #437

Barbell Logic

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 47:59 Very Popular


Velocity based training & autoregulation for strength sounds complex, but it's really simple - learn the secrets of this training method. Why Try Velocity Based Training? We like simplicity - our tagline is simple, hard, effective - so why add a seemingly complicated piece of equipment and method of autoregulation to your coaching or training? First, this is not for novices. Novices need to add weight simply and linearly, improve technique, and experience the range of difficulties (the many flavors of heavy but doable). Often, a lifter will finally achieve something that equates to something close to an RPE 7.5 or 8. This means, the lifter can accomplish two, maybe three more reps, and either give up on a rep or express fear that he won't be able to do another rep. The reality is, this lifter has likely never experienced this level of intensity. If they have, it's been during a one-rep max attempt. The middle and end of linear progression confront the lifter with hardship, and the lifter must willfully overcome the challenge. Voluntary hardship is not simply a catch phrase. Second, velocity based autoregulation is not as complicated as it sounds. Intermediate and advanced lifters regularly use, and coaches often prescribe, programs based on percentages of their one-rep max. The average velocity correlates linearly with percentage of one rep max, so what the lifter is doing is still using a program based on his one-rep maximum. Third, velocity based training (VBT) is objective without requiring the lifter to complete a maximum effort set (either an AMRAP or 1RM). Autoregulation - Subjective or Objective Autoregulation adjust the prescribed workout based on the athlete's daily fluctuation and performance. This idea and approach comes from the reality that your athlete is not the same athlete every day, that his theoretical one-rep max changes, and that this varies and matters more and he advances as an athlete. Subjective autoregulation methodologies exist and include rate of perceived exertion (RPE), reps in reserve (RIR), and percentage based training (where the one rep maximum is guessed, albeit in an educated way). Conducting a daily maximum, as many reps as possible, or velocity based training are objective autoregulation approaches. The first two approaches, however, require physically and mentally exhausting sets to accurately identify the lifter's one rep maximum that day. Either the lifter must attempt a 1RM or the lifter has to do as many reps as possible. Only after these grueling sets does the lifter execute his prescribed work sets. Velocity based autoregulation avoids the need for these maximum effort sets. How Velocity Based Autoregulation Works Velocity based training allows a lifter to accurately identify his 1RM for that day at sub-maximal (i.e. warm up) sets. How? Let's explore a bit. Some assumptions come here, that it's important we acknowledge. The lifter's anthropometry need to remain constant, so growing lifters (children or teenagers) lose objectivity if they complete this training. Form and technique matter, so novices or lifters consistently struggling with technique should not take on this methodology. One important note is that this data remains the same if the lifter gets stronger. If a lifter improves his 1RM squat from 200 to 400, 50% will move at the same speed. The device sits on the floor and connects to the bar with a wire. The athlete needs to collect five to ten data points. These lifts need to be performed with 100% effort for this data to be accurate (another reason novices should not use velocity based autoregulation). The coach or lifter simply conducts linear regression analysis. One this is known, the lifter can come in on another day, conduct warm up lifts with 100% intention, learn his 1RM for that day, and then perform his work sets based on that knowledge. Improve Your Coaching with VBT Using velocity based autoregulation for your training and some of your clients provides you good feedback and data that can help you learn more about your athletes as well as your programming and coaching eye. You can test your coaching eye. For example, what attempts should a lifter take on a 1RM attempt day or during a strengthlifting meet? As a coach, you can make an educated guess and then, from the velocity device, actually get objective data on that athlete's 1RM for that day. This means, your athlete can take attempts based on more objective information, and you can improve your coaching eye. You can learn both for individual athletes and your lifters aggregately truly what percentages of their 1RM they can complete 3x5, 5x3, 3x8, etc. This can help refine your percentage based programs. You can begin to compare different groups of clients and learn if certain types of clients bar speed decays more quickly or more slowly (velocity decay). For example, Jordan has learned that advanced athletes and female athletes bar speed decays more slowly, on average. Using Velocity Based Training Effectively These devices provide you a good deal of useful data. You can learn the average velocity of a client's lifts. Average velocity correlates linearly with percentage of one rep max. You can learn the peak velocity of a lift, which matters more for Olympic lifts. Learn the slowest velocity a rep can be completed, or the minimum velocity threshold. If technique breaks down (e.g. a lifter's knees cave in) or that athlete experiences pain at certain intensities, you can learn the quality velocity threshold and pain velocity threshold and program accordingly. Jordan recommends using the wired, not wireless, devices, as they provide more accurate data. Their durability, affordability, and accuracy have improved since Jordan first began using the Rep One prototype. Jordan has noticed that this information is less accurate at lower loads, but we're training for strength. This does not matter too much. This method of training is less helpful for power movements, even the press, especially if done in an Olympic manner or with a hip whip. This method of training can provide much data, but sometimes more than you or your client want. Jordan recommends sometimes simply getting the 1RM, turning the device off, and completing your work sets. Jordan has velocity based training for both in-person and online clients, and it has worked in both environments. Online, it obviously provides a much more accurate form of autoregulation than RPE. The lifter simply must perform the warm up sets with 100% effort. If the client lifts consistently, he should not need to reset the linear progression more than once a year. Using Velocity Based Training Creatively Lastly, some creative methods can be used with this. A lifter could perform an AMRAP that stops at the quality velocity threshold or pain velocity threshold (where form deteriorates or pain arises). Similarly, a lifter could conduct an AMRAP that stops when velocity decays to a certain degree. This would require a coach or training partner to monitor the device and tell the lifter when to stop. If you prescribe programs using percentages of one rep max you can use this method. If as a lifter your technique is consistent, you can complete warm up sets with full intention, and have completed percentage-based programs, you can use this methodology. Velocity based training is an objective autoregulation methodology that is simpler than it seems and can improve your training and coaching. GET STARTED with one-on-one online coaching FOR FREE! Get your FIRST MONTH FREE on all strength and nutrition coaching plans. There's no contract and you can cancel anytime. Start experiencing strength now: https://bit.ly/3EJI18v    Connect with the hosts Matt on Instagram Niki on Instagram Connect with the show Barbell Logic on Instagram Podcast Webpage Barbell Logic on Facebook Or email podcast@barbell-logic.com

Freedomain Radio with Stefan Molyneux
5059 Philosophical Defense 101!

Freedomain Radio with Stefan Molyneux

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 56:11


Dissident philosopher Stefan Molyneux trains you are in the dark and beautiful parts of philosophical defence against sophistry!

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism
2525: Is Reality Objective or Subjective? by Steve Pavlina

Optimal Living Daily: Personal Development & Minimalism

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 12:01 Very Popular


Steve Pavlina talks about whether reality is objective or subjective Episode 2525: Is Reality Objective or Subjective? by Steve Pavlina Steve Pavlina is widely recognized as one of the most successful personal development bloggers on the Internet, with his work attracting more than 100 million visits to his website, StevePavlina.com. He has written more than 1300 articles and recorded many audio programs on a broad range of self-help topics, including productivity, relationships, and spirituality. Steve has been quoted as an expert by the New York Times, USA Today, U.S. News & World Report, the Los Angeles Daily News, Self Magazine, The Guardian, and countless other publications. He's also a frequent guest on popular podcasts and radio shows. The original post is located here: https://stevepavlina.com/blog/2017/10/is-reality-objective-or-subjective/  Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalLivingDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices