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Full episodes info and Show Notes - www.wearelookingsideways.com There are many layers to this week's conversation with surfer, director, film-maker, producer, creative and all-round legend Mikey Corker. On the one hand, it's about this latest project Savage Waters, a surf film in the finest classical, questing tradition. It's about how Mikey and a crew of similarly-driven and passionate people have spent years abroad Matt Knight's yacht Hecate searching for a mythical wave, and the adventures and scrapes they got into along the way. Then, on another level, it's about the travails of the professional surfing life, as well as a homage to the incredible, inspirational Knight family; a group of total legends who live life completely on their own terms, and who by the and of the film will have you wanting to jack in the job, sell the house and head for the horizon. But above all, it's the story of Mikey's own creative quest, and the reality of embarking upon such a quixotic creative endeavour. As you'll hear, at the beginning of this project Mikey really had nothing more than the germ of an idea and a lot of drive. It has literally taken years to get to the point where Savage Waters is out in the world and beginning to garner plaudits in the form of festival slots and acclaimed reviews. And that's what this one is really about: the reality of all creative projects. Nobody gives you permission. Gates don't mysteriously swing open in recognition of your devilish cleverness and latent talent. You have to make it happen, whatever bumps in the road you encounter along the way. That's what this one is really about, and why I found Mikey's story, and this brilliant conversation, so inspirational. Thanks to Matt Ward for the theme tune, to my editor Fina Charleson, and to Duncan Yeldham for production support.
Mario Garza is the creator of the legendary page known as Symbolic Studies, and our discussion today hits like a pile of bricks! Mario creates a ton of unique and engaging content centered around occultism, divination, and the mysteries of the constellations, tarot cards, and correspondingly synchronistic symbols of the universe. Today's discussion involved a wide range of insights including the Gemini connection to the George Floyd incident, the mysteries of the Taurus constellation, and an interesting breakdown of the mineral cell salts in relation to Medical Astrology. Thanks for being here, Mario! Support his work: https://www.symbolicstudies.com https://www.patreon.com/symbolicstudies https://www.etsy.com/shop/SymbolicStudies https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPRgBiwWf7C_JtrLG3lTJ1g/videos https://twitter.com/symbolstudies https://www.tiktok.com/@symbolicstudies Support Michelle's Work: https://www.michelleshealinghome.com/ https://www.instagram.com/michelleshealinghome/ https://www.altmediaunited.com Follow Loco Listens Podcast on all platforms https://linktr.ee/locolistens Connect with Listeners @ https://www.t.me/locolisteners Share, Subscribe, and Stay Groovy! Love always, Jake --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loco-listens--podast/support
Listen to our new Spyology Squad the Podcast Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/spyology-squad/id1614666546 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/13lIobiKnaHfAQP28hQghO?si=6e2b6e3bc57e41d1 Fun Activities To Do At Home After Listening https://heymrjim.com/activities-for-kids Become A Critter Protector And Get Your Free Badge https://heymrjim.com/critterq Learn More About Kids Animal Stories www.kidsanimalstories.com Other Mr. Jim Podcasts Kids Short Stories Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/695BG5wFULOIoKozKPiWZV Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/kids-short-stories/id1484336413 About Mr. Jim: Hi! I'm Jim Jacob, a South Carolina based creator. I started as a podcaster by accident. Our first real episodes on the internet were me trying to find a solution to help tell my sons stories as I was traveling for work. I recorded some stories and hoped that by uploading them to a podcast app, my wife and kids could have easy access to listen. What started as a fix for our family's bedtime routine interruption has grown into a worldwide audience with hundreds of thousands of listeners. My wife Jocelyn and I have 3 kids and love inspiring others towards greater imagination and curiosity. Social Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/spyologysquad Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/kidsshortstories Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/heymrjim Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/heymrjim Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/6EuTSh5JhYNOGbLRlF7q8O?si=afe70dc00fae460d Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/kids-animal-stories/id1557468814 Ad-Free Version - www.heymrjim.com/premium heymrjim, kidsshortstories, animals, spyologysquad, spyology, songs, kids, family, Mr Jim, stories for kids, kids stories, short stories, education, preschool, kindergarten, elementary, science, critters, discovery Mr. Jim http://www.youtube.com/HeyMrJim Created and Written by Jim Jacob & Luke and Chelsea Bowman See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Diese Woche sprechen Urgestein Lenny und Paul über das Thema neue Reize im alten Sport. Wie man das Feuer neu entflammen lassen kann und wie euch die richtige Finnen dabei helfen, ein neues Board Gefühl zu bekommen – darüber sprechen die beiden in dieser Folge. Yeeew!
We sit down with local teacher Robin Mather and Surfing brand ‘Dead kooks' founder Eden Saul to look back on the recent floods which traumatised and devastated our whole community. The amazing people of the Northern Rivers who all stepped up to help rescue, clean up and rebuild as 15,000+ brothers and sisters are left homeless overnight.
Dylan Snyder (Snydes__)was born and raised in western Montana where he lives a simple life. He is passionate about surfing, snowboarding, hunting, and conservation. He formally worked at Backcountry Hunters and Anglers and is an aspiring surfboard shaper.Paige Maul (P.maul_)is a local Montanan, exploring the recreational opportunities afforded to all public land owners through riversurfing, backcountry snowboarding, whitewater SUPing, trail running, hunting, etc. he has 8 years experience with USFS as a wild land firefighter/forestry technician, and civil engineer. He is a new surfboard shaper and gear tinkerer.If you dig this podcast, would you be please leave a short review on Apple Podcasts? It’s takes less than 60 seconds and makes a difference when I drop to my knees and beg hard-to-get guests to come on the show. All of my stuff is on Thiermann.substack.comConnect with me on Instagram | Twitter | YouTubeBrought to you by Santa Cruz Medicinals and RPM Training.RPM Training is a Norcal based active lifestyle brand founded on the idea that legit, purposeful functional training is the foundation of a truly full, adventurous life. I love their workout equipment and use it daily. Use the code KYLETMAN at checkout and get 10% off any order. Santa Cruz Medicinals CBD has supported this podcast from day one. Their founder actually convinced me to start the podcast! They make a range of potent CBD products and my personal favorite is the Peppermint Tincture, which I use most nights before before I go to bed. Use the code KYLE10 at checkout, and get 10% off any order. Sore muscles, be gone!Connect with me on Instagram | Twitter | YouTubeSend voice memos to: email@example.com Get full access to Writing by Kyle Thiermann at thiermann.substack.com/subscribe
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Are people getting in your way in the surf? Half finishing turns or freaking out you'll hit someone? This week will cover that but also how looking where you are going is the solution to so many of your problems in surfing.Full written guide:https://www.ombe.co/guides/avoid-hitting-people-in-the-surfMatt's Success storyhttps://community.ombe.co/posts/23354247Join the Free OMBE Communityhttps://community.ombe.co/sign_upNot sure where to start with OMBE or what programs is for you?https://www.ombe.co/where-to-start-with-ombeSubmit an episode suggestion:https://www.ombe.co/indepthasurfingpodcastDownload the OMBE Method and start the 4-week training program for free here:https://community.ombe.co/courses/6865409
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Challenger Series competitor, former Championship Tour surfer, and DJ Dimity Stoyle joins to talk about her career. She discusses focusing all her energy at the moment on the Challenger Series, starting off at Gold Coast and continuing at Sydney. She looks back at how commentating with Laura Enever on the WSL broadcasts last year and making the film Surfing with Dan Scott, Ava Warbrick, and all her closest friends during the pandemic gave her the urge to return to doing contests. She talks about signing with Roxy at age 30 and shares thoughts on the current state of surfing, how major brands are shifting more towards valuing people who are true to who they are and passionate about what they do, and trying to set a good example for the next generation of women in surfing. Then she dives into her DJ career, her alter-ego Shimmy Disco, the music she loves to play, how she creates a vibe, and how DJing is her second passion and the perfect job for a surfer. Dimity also shares stories about her origin story, her eye-opening first season on the Championship Tour, traveling and competing with Steph Gilmore, her future plans for music, and what she's looking forward to for the rest of the Challenger Series season. Learn more about Dimity here / here, support Shimmy Disco here, and check out her Roxy team vid here. Watch her next at the GWM Sydney Surf Pro presented by Rip Curl live May 17-24. Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel. Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back In this episode We discuss our new format and name. We will continue to bring the best movie and now series reviews. We were dealing with a stressful few months at the beginning of the year and decided to take a break. But we are back and better than ever. So the new format will be one episode reviewing a movie and another on a series both being from at leas the last two years. Nothing that is new. The reason for that is because of spoilers. We generally wanted to keep our episodes spoiler free. But in our opinion it didn't make the episodes as dynamic as they could be. This will make the new episodes more fun for you as the audience to listen to and more fun for us as well. So, in our first new episode we discuss M. Night Shyamalan's film Old now streaming on HBOMax, a thriller about a family on a tropical holiday who discover that the secluded beach where they are relaxing for a few hours is somehow causing them to age rapidly reducing their entire lives into a single day. We discuss how the film gives off White Lotus/Nine Perfect Strangers Vibes and the horror of time. This movie will keep you hooked even thought at times the dialogue is clunky and the film itself is super depressing. We also have a spoilers section now that we will announce either in the very beginning of a new episode or at the halfway point to give you the opportunity to watch the movie or series we are discussing and come back and listen! Enjoy!
On May 6 and 7, over 100 NAFLD stakeholders convened in Barcelona and on-line for the inaugural Innovations in NAFLD Care 2022 conference (#INCBCN.) Surfing the NASH Tsunami was there, with Jörn Schattenberg serving as event co-founder and Louise Campbell and Roger Green moderating sessions. This week's episode is less a formal recap of the meeting than recollections of key moments and messages from the co-founders and Surfers.This conversation wraps up the Surfers' discussion of the conference. The co-hosts start with comments about pharma partners' and patient advocates' favorable reactions to the meeting and go on to review many of the individual presentations. Louise shifts the focus of the conversation to the role of liver in overall metabolic wellness. Jörn notes that hepatologists are less likely to focus on liver fat as compared to fibrosis and agrees that broader focus on liver fat is important in the overall issue of metabolic health. The conversation ends with the group considering actions that might strengthen a successful 2022 conference when it recurs in 2023.
On May 6 and 7, over 100 NAFLD stakeholders convened in Barcelona and on-line for the inaugural Innovations in NAFLD Care 2022 conference (#INCBCN.) Surfing the NASH Tsunami was there, with Jörn Schattenberg serving as event co-founder and Louise Campbell and Roger Green moderating sessions. This week's episode is less a formal recap of the meeting than recollections of key moments and messages from the co-founders and Surfers. Serious comments about meeting design and the importance of stakeholder diversity are interspersed with the conference's lighter moments, in this case referring to Louise being pressed into co-chair services at the last moment.This conversation starts with the three regular hosts describing the one memory from the weekend that will last the longest for them. Jörn discusses the intensity of the dialogues between stakeholders. Louise focuses on Cyrielle Caussy's presentation on the "fatal triple" of metabolic diseases. Roger identifies two: the passion of the patient advocates and the differences in perspective between traditional top-down, command-and-control specialist medicine as compared to data-driven patient empowerment as depicted by Marcus Ranney's Mito app in development. Given the focus on diverse stakeholders throughout the meeting, the conversation shifts to focus on stakeholders who were NOT well represented: nurses for one, payers and regulators for another. As a final comment, Louise mentions the consistency of a meeting where every presentation, every session was enlightening and satisfying.
Gordon Stein of Cash Flow Cookbook talks about the value of making simple financial changes Episode 1892: Surfing to Financial Wellness by Gordon Stein of Cash Flow Cookbook on Making Simple Financial Changes Gordon is an international personal finance speaker, author and blogger on a mission to help everyone attain financial wellness. North Americans are struggling with high levels of personal debt and higher levels of stress about money. Their financial worries affect their sleep, their job performance, their marriages and their mental health. He wants to fix that. The original post is located here: https://cashflowcookbook.com/surfing-to-financial-wellness/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On May 6 and 7, over 100 NAFLD stakeholders convened in Barcelona and on-line for the inaugural Innovations in NAFLD Care 2022 conference (#INCBCN.) Surfing the NASH Tsunami was there, with Jörn Schattenberg serving as event co-founder and Louise Campbell and Roger Green moderating sessions. This week's episode is less a formal recap of the meeting than recollections of key moments and messages from the co-founders and Surfers.While the question in this conversation comes from Roger Green, who asks about controversies, the two pivotal controversies center around views of patient empowerment. The conversation begins where the last one ended, which Louise Campbell and Roger Green commenting that calling the entire disease class simply "Fatty Liver Disease," as proposed by Primary Care participant @Jean Mareis, would remove a controversial issue and foster stronger communication between doctor and patient. In response, Jeff Lazarus and Jörn Schattenberg note that there is an ongoing delphi exercise led by Jeff and his team, which will report on July 8 and 9. From here, the discussion around controversy shifts focus to the varying reactions to #HumanEdge founder Marcus Ranney's presenting about #biohacking and his developmental Mito app. Questions ranged from how much data to put in patients' hands to where analysis should be controlled. This element wraps up with Jörn Schattenberg noting the research value of the data that Human Edge proposes to collect. The last part of this conversation covers plans for the 2023 conference and congratulates Jeff as he departs.
On May 6 and 7, over 100 NAFLD stakeholders convened in Barcelona and on-line for the inaugural Innovations in NAFLD Care 2022 conference (#INCBCN.) Surfing the NASH Tsunami was there, with Jörn Schattenberg serving as event co-chair and Louise Campbell and Roger Green moderating sessions. This week's episode is less a formal recap of the meeting than recollections of key moments and messages from the co-founders and Surfers.This discussion starts with #INCBCN co-founder Jeff Lazarus and Roger Green what Jeff considered the successes and surprises of the conference. Jeff speaks about the "palpable" energy of the attendees, the number of people who attended virtually and engaged through Q & A and the range of issued addressed at the conference as three strong positives. On a more prosaic note, he also mentions how well the technology worked throughout the meeting. Roger Green suggests that much of the energy came from merging three separate streams of activity -- medical specialists, primary care and patient advocates -- into a single conversation that touched on all three groups' issues. He also suggests that having Marcus Ranney and Jeff to share a digital health vision of the future added additional energy and the prospect of what Roger calls "radical patient empowerment." As co-founder Jörn Schattenberg and then Louise Campbell join the conversation, levity ensues as the four discuss the surprise closing statement from Jeff and Jörn and then a more serious tone as the group discusses the benefits that multidisciplinary conversation brought to all the participants.
I saw this great post on the OMBE Community by BP - shout out to whatever your real name is BP - and they said- Simple is beautiful. Less is more. Does being analytical of surfing remove the joy? I thought this was an amazing question and one I feel very close to me as it's been the last 10 years of my surfing and I am a huge fan of anyone undergoing personal development. However I agree, when does this kill the fun? Full written guide:https://www.ombe.co/guides/ignorance-is-bliss-is-it-less-fun-being-analytical-of-your-surfingJoin the OMBE Communityhttps://community.ombe.co/sign_upNot sure where to start with OMBE or what programs is for you?https://www.ombe.co/where-to-start-with-ombeSubmit an episode suggestion:https://www.ombe.co/indepthasurfingpodcastDownload the OMBE Method and start the 4-week training program for free here:https://community.ombe.co/courses/6865409
Full episodes info and Show Notes - www.wearelookingsideways.com Is there anything better than catching up with an old friend after a long break, and picking up exactly where you left off? I think not - which is why my latest with Ewan Wallace is a paean to the joys of close friendship. Ewan is a snowboarder and musician (he's guitarist with Bonobo and Karmic) who is also one of my oldest and closest friends. I spent the most formative years of my life with Ewan; 15 years snowboarding, travelling, working and playing music together. But in the last decade we haven't seen as much of each other as usual, which is why I really cherish our time together on the rare occasions it does come around. On this occasion, I was also keen to reflect on our shared experiences with the perspective of time. I've been thinking much about the past recently, particularly the creative successes and failures. As somebody who was alongside me in the creative trenches for so many years, I've long been waiting for the chance to compare notes with Ewan on the times we had and the things we experienced. The result was the type of nourishing, grounding chat that only a proper old mate can deliver. Ewan's always been a brilliant conversationalist and he's led such an interesting life that know this would be a fun one. And so it proved to be. Thanks to Matt Ward for the theme tune, to my editor Fina Charleson, and to Duncan Yeldham for production support.
AG1 – Get a Free Year's Supply of Vitamin D AND 5 Travel Packs with your first purchase. Do you have a dream you keep chipping away at, yet never really go for? Or perhaps one that you never start? Consider the first segment of this show your pep talk. I picked out a key chapter from my book, How Much Joy Can You Stand? How to Push Past Your Fears and Create Your Dreams. May it inspire you to higher heights… We await them! I had a fascinating conversation with social media impact expert, Dr. Brian Primack. Scary fact: we now spend an average of 147 minutes on social media every day—up from 2021. Dr. Primack conducted the essential studies that drive what we know today about the impact of ingesting such massive amounts. And those negatives include poor self-image, depression and…yes… anxiety. But Dr. Primack believes there is a conscious, healthy way to navigate social media, which is what this segment is all about. Important stuff! Among other things, I learned: Why social media is such a ‘double edged sword' What FOMO is and what it drives Can social media truly be used to self-soothe? The impact of social media on the subconscious Do the positives balance the negatives? What is negativity bias and why it matters His approach to using social media in a healthy way Should you set up notifications on your social media? RESOURCES AG1 – Get a Free Year's Supply of Vitamin D AND 5 Travel Packs with your first purchase. Suzanne's blog, Why You Should Dare to Be Heard Suzanne's book, How Much Joy Can You Stand? Dr. Brian Primack's book: You Are What You Click; How Being Selective, Positive, and Creative Can Transform Your Social Media Experience Alexa's Road to Recovery OUR GUEST After exploring possible careers as a cryptographer, actor, and psychotherapist, Brian A. Primack settled on becoming a physician, researcher, and administrator. He is currently the incoming Dean of the College of Public Health and Health Sciences at Oregon State University, where he leads over 2000 undergraduate and graduate students and 200 faculty and staff members. Before this he was Dean of the College of Education and Health Professions at the University of Arkansas and the Dean of the Honors College at the University of Pittsburgh. His primary research area involves the effect of media and technology on health—both positive and negative. He has over 250 publications, and his findings have been reported in news sources such as NPR, the New York Times, Cosmopolitan Magazine, US News and World Report, the BBC, and many more. He is the recent recipient of multiple regional, national, and international awards for research, teaching, and overall achievement. After graduating Yale University magna cum laude in 1991 with degrees in English and Mathematics, Dr. Primack spent 4 years teaching adolescents and studying human development for his master's degree, which he received from Harvard University. He subsequently graduated first in his class and summa cum laude from Emory Medical School and trained in Family Medicine in Pittsburgh.
Tiago Pires otherwise known as Saca changed Portugal's surfing industry and the reputation of surfers from Portugal forever. Tiago joined the Ericeria Surf Club when he was 13. A year later he became under 14 National Champion then under 16 Champ. In 96 Tiago met his coach and mentor José Seabra a relationship that would go on for 30 years. He was storming up the ranks and became runner up twice in the World Junior Surfing Championships. 2000 was a defining year where he became Rookie of The Triple Crown in Hawaii. Grinding it out on the QS Tiago qualified for the Championship Tour in 2008 becoming the first Portuguese surfer ever on the dream tour! After 8 years on tour and some incredible results Tiago retired and set up Tiago Pries Surf School. He then foundered ReAct Sports Management an athlete management agency working with Frederico Morais, Vasco Ribeiro and other competitive surfers. Tune in to find out how Tiago set the path for his country as the first Portuguese surfer on the CT, being one of the pioneers in Portugal's big wave scene, producing SACA a documentary about his life on tour, mentoring upcoming Portuguese elite surfers and loads more! Enjoy and get rad!You can follow what Saca is up on his Instagram tiagosacapiresLike what you hear? Please consider subscribing and leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference. The Rad Season Action Sports Podcast come out across all podcast players with a new episode every Monday. For show notes and past guests, please visit: radseason.com/magazine/Follow Rad Season:Website: radseason.comTwitter: twitter.com/radseasonInstagram: instagram.com/radseasonFacebook: facebook.com/radseasonLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/rad-season/YouTube: youtube.com/c/RadSeasonPast guests on The Rad Season Show include Shaun Tomson, Pat O'Connell, Chris Bertish, Chris Burkard, Selema Masekela, Andrew Cotton.
Colin Colin Carroll and I preview Full Power Tarifa 2022 Support the show: https://ko-fi.com/megapod Follow us: http://www.kitesurf365.com https://www.instagram.com/kitesurf365/ Brought to you by: Aluula Composites Push your boundaries with lighter stronger materials, taking wind sports to new heights https://aluula.com TheKiteMag, bringing you the very best in kiteboarding. Become a subscriber today and get 15% off by using the code “KITESURF365” at checkout. https://www.thekitemag.com/
Jack Robinson, who in the final defeated the two-time world champion John Florence, became the new champion at the Margaret River Surfing Pro championship in Western Australia's Margaret River. His great-grandfather migrated to Australia in 1927 and his great-grandmother in 1935. - Ο προ-πάππους του ήρθε στην Αυστραλία το 1927 και η προ-γιαγιά το το 1935.
February 2022, life takes me to Kauai, HI for a nice vacation stay in the North Shore. Few weeks prior to arrival I do a quick brainstorm session on who might be in the Hawaiian Garden Isle that could be a great guest for my podcast, maybe 15 seconds into my brainstorm session I thought "wait isn't Billy Hamilton from Kauai?!"A quick internet search provided a phone number for Bill. I left a voicemail and 24 hours later I was speaking to the man himself, the legend, The Matador.A date and hour was set and I had an interview with one of the most influential surfers of any generation. Surfer Magazine in 1985 mentioned BH in an article as one of "25 Surfers Whose Surfing Changed The Sport" as referenced on EOS https://eos.surf/ Unfortunately, Billy and I had some time constraints, we had an hour and change to talk months worth of surfing history, surfboard design and personal surf anecdotes. I had to cherry pick carefully what we were to talk about, what topics would my audience prefer to hear?, what questions would lead to interesting and insightful answers from a surfing legend?The day came and I had a list of questions and topics as I usually do for my interviews and I knew the list was way too vast to conduct in an hour, so I opted anxiously, to just let the interview unfold and let it be. Well, my attempt to relax a bit and let the surf gods take care of business actually made me more stressed. I was to be dropped off at Billy's place by my party that consisted of my wife, our 7 month old baby and friends. The Crownovers sensed my tension and stress leading to the interview, because it was obvious. To give context and justify my behaviors to our non-surfing friends from the the Midwest who happen to be basketball fans, I told them I was about to interview the.....Kareem Abdul Jabbar of surfing, a legend of legends. They understood.Upon arrival, Billy welcomed me with plenty of aloha and an ice cold brewski, good to settle down and hit the record button. We had a good conversation that I hope you guys enjoy. I had my occasional brain fart and some language speed bumps but all in all, I am stoked with our interview. See you in da wata,2pTopics:BeginningsLongboards In The SixtiesShapers In His LifeThe Pivotal Times1966 World Championships San DiegoNat Young and Magic SamSurfboards Hawaii- Stylist 1 and 2Longboards Fades OutSurf Culture/EtiquetteFuturistic InnovationThe TenShoutoutsBill Hamilton Book Coming End of 2022 Stay Tuned!!!!!!DONATIONS The Longboardarian Podcast:Paypal- firstname.lastname@example.orgContributors:www.sin-min.com10% discount on any order using code longboardarian.Free Shipping in the US on orders $50 and up!Venmo- tupi-cabreraThe Longboardarian Podcast Official Song- The Ilagan Sisters "Stokey Feel".
Keh Lung is a team rider for Ocean Rodeo and hoping to qualify for the GKA strapless big air event in Tarifa. Support the show: https://ko-fi.com/megapod Follow us: http://www.kitesurf365.com https://www.instagram.com/kitesurf365/ Brought to you by: Aluula Composites Push your boundaries with lighter stronger materials, taking wind sports to new heights https://aluula.com TheKiteMag, bringing you the very best in kiteboarding. Become a subscriber today and get 15% off by using the code “KITESURF365” at checkout. https://www.thekitemag.com/
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Surfing icon Caroline Marks joins Kelley O'Hara to discuss her journey from the beaches of Florida to becoming the youngest woman to ever qualify for the WSL's Championship Tour. Just 20 years old, Caroline is already considered the future of her sport after representing the US in Tokyo last summer. She talks to Kelley about her first love of horseback riding, her experience as an Olympian, and the keys to finding success at such an early age.
How To Use Trend Surfing And Trend Influence on Tik Tok What is going on with TikTok stories and what is the strategy? Influence surfing and trend surfing may be what you're missing out on. Jeff and Tristan are talking about engagement, optimization, and growth for Instagram and TikTok. Have you ever thought, “When do you have time to do business if you're always posting to Social?” This episode is for you…Tune in now for all of the best advice! Episode Highlights: TikTok is copying Instagram this time instead of the other way around..with Stories. What are we noticing when it comes to things that are catching on for engagement and growth? Tristan explains the key factors in consistency. Influence surfing? Trend surfing? What does it mean and why is it important to you? Have you ever thought, ‘How can you get this done so I don't have to be spending all of my time and energy on posting daily?' You are not alone. Tristan and Jeff get this question frequently; Tristan shares advice to help your strategy. What do you use to edit? Tristan explains how he and Jeff utilize Viva Video in their processing. Timing is important for how many videos you wish to accomplish and have for scheduling posts. Can you schedule your videos on TikTok? Tristan asks Jeff if he has intros and outros for every video or if he leaves it raw? Or if it is different for different content? Jeff shares one of the biggest mistakes people make when shooting video and how to overcome it. What about the length of video trends? What is the return on investment? How do you track it? Is there a right answer? There may also be a mindset shift that needs to take place in your work. Jeff talks about the balance of being personal and selling, how to keep it natural and build commonality. Inspiration and creativity are going to come and go. If you can figure out way to make a video more concise to deliver your content, do that and also realize sometimes you can't and that is okay. Tristan asks Jeff how he sees the TikTok Stories changing TikTok. What TikTok trends should you be paying attention to? The better understanding that you have of the most innovative platform sets you apart and sets you a couple of steps ahead for what is coming next. Jeff shares what he is doing next with pillars of content and how his content strategy is evolving. Tristan shares how he is being more purposeful in what he posts to different outlets. Who do you put your stuff in front of? Finding your niche will continue to be extremely important in playing the algorithm game; Also remember connection over virality. Resources Mentioned: Business Video School: https://www.bizvideoschool.com/ Drunk on Social Website: www.drunkonsocial.com Drunk on Social Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/136264191062786/ Drunkon Social Instagram: https://www.facebook.com/groups/136264191062786/ Jeff Pfitzer Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jeffpfitzer/ Jeff Pfizer TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@jeffpfitzer?lang=en Tristan Ahumada Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/labcoatagents Tristan Ahumada YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJ6o6B5JPEBP57hu9VdzT4Q Lab Coat Agents Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/labcoatagents Lab Coat Agents Twitter: https://twitter.com/LabCoatAgents Lab Coat Agents Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/labcoatagents/ Group Coaching Link - https://drunkonsocial.mykajabi.com/ https://twitter.com/drunkonsocial1 https://www.youtube.com/DrunkOnSocial
Four Taranaki teenagers are hoping to carve up the opposition at the world junior surf champs in El Salvador. Part of a 12-strong New Zealand team, the so-called Taranaki Grom Squad say they're "stoked" to be taking on the world's best. Our Taranaki Whanganui reporter Robin Martin has more.
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This episode features a conversation with host, Rhonda Willers, and guest, Hannah Kane. Hannah moves through the world as an artist and wanderer. In our conversation, you'll hear how she prioritizes wonder in her life. And then we meander through Hannah's seeking nature and the teachers that have mentored her along the way, including the ocean. Later we think about the ways in which our creativity is impacted by our romanticized beliefs about the creative paths of others.The title of this episode is inspired by Hannah's realization that the ocean is never going to get closer to her, so she needs to put herself next to the…*bleep'n*...ocean, just like we need to put ourselves next to our creativity if we want to experience it. We started the recording after catching up and laughing for about 30 minutes, so you'll hear us come into the conversation from that place of connection and joy. Please enjoy this episode with Hannah KaneTo learn more about Hannah's work and practice, follow her on Instagram: @_h_kane_Studio Mix #10 :|: Hannah KaneBoa Sorte Vanessa De Mata and Ben HarperNdokulandela by Bongeziwe MabandlaFalling Water by Maggie RogersShake it out by Florence and the MachineAll I wanna do by Sheryl CrowListen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/10eBrgqYCbk3phJOrNS6ahHannah Kane Brief Biography:I move through the world as an artist and a wanderer. I have been enjoying my last few years learning through travel and connection with others. I am constantly seeking new languages to connect with and some of my favorite modes are: conversation, storytelling, clay, dance, yoga, food and my newest favorite surfing. Spiritual work is the most important and interesting to me.Episode page: https://theartistinmeisdeadpodcast.com
Is surfing the most addictive sport? How did surfing help a writer with a substance use disorder enter into recovery? What activities can be a form of therapy for you? Thad Ziolkowski is a lifelong surfer, person in recovery, and the author, most recently, of The Drop: How the Most Addictive Sport Can Help Us Understand Addiction and Recovery, which was published in 2021 by Harper Wave, an imprint of HarperCollins. His memoir On a Wave (Grove/Atlantic) was a finalist for the PEN/Martha Albrand Award in 2003 and his novel, Wichita (Europa Editions) appeared in 2012 to critical acclaim. His essays and reviews have appeared in The New York Times, Slate, Bookforum, Artforum, Travel & Leisure, Interview Magazine and Index. He is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and has a PhD in English Literature from Yale University. Episode website link: https://mailchi.mp/designlabpod/thadziolkowski More episode sources & links Sign-up for Design Lab Podcast's Newsletter Newsletter Archive Follow @DesignLabPod on Twitter Instagram and LinkedIn Follow @BonKu on Twitter & Instagram Check out the Health Design Lab Production by Robert Pugliese Cover Design by Eden Lew Theme song by Emmanuel Houston
William “Bill” Freeman, MD, has been at the forefront of intraocular drug delivery for more than 30 years, and he's done so while also treating patients and teaching the next generation of eye surgeons. From sunny University of California San Diego, where he serves as distinguished professor, vice chair of ophthalmology, and director of the Jacobs Retina Center, Dr. Freeman pioneered new techniques and technologies now common in the field. In the early 1990s, at the height of the AIDS epidemic, he developed a surgical technique to repair detached retinas, a common complication of the cytomegalovirus (CMV) retinitis he was seeing in so many HIV/AIDS patients. He also found that he could repeatedly inject drugs into the eye with little-to-no systemic side effects. Dr. Freeman's research not only pioneered a new way to treat CMV retinitis; it also led to a method of ocular drug delivery that's now the standard of care: intravitreal injections.With the support of ongoing National Institutes of Health funding, Dr. Freeman continues to look at new ways to deliver drugs. Through Spinnaker Biosciences, which he cofounded with fellow UCSD professor, Michael Sailor, PhD, Dr. Freeman is exploring nanopores as the method of a customized, long-lasting treatment for wet age-related macular degeneration.The other company he cofounded, Nanovision Biosciences, focuses in part on developing an implantable nanotechnology device for patients with degenerative retinal disorders.With retina specialist (and mentee) Firas Rahhal, MD, Dr. Freeman discusses his career in academics, his relentless pursuit of innovations, and why San Diego is ideal for windsurfing and kitesurfing. Listen to the podcast to hear Dr. Freeman and Dr. Rahhal discuss: Dr. Freeman's early career goals, including why he chose to specialize in uveitis and why academia is a good fit for him.What it takes to do well in academics. (Hint: Location matters.) How his work with HIV/AIDS patients led to developments that are now the standard of care. The state of Spinnaker Biosciences and the science behind nanoporous silicon, which is key to its long-lasting delivery system. His thoughts on polymers used in ocular drug delivery. The global medical, and scientific contributions that have emerged from Dr. Freeman's retina fellows. Click “play” to listen.
This conversation with Shawn and Chad is so unique and powerful. Tune in as Chad shares some wild stories of how God is using his leadership in the ocean. https://www.encounteringjesus.com/ […]
In today's episode, I speak with maritime archeologist, historian, author, television host, and explorer Jim Delgado. Jim's work has taken him around the globe, and he has known is one of the world's foremost experts in underwater archeology. And his CV reads almost like the greatest history of that field.He started with the National Park Service in San Francisco, then went on to work for NOAA as the Director of Maritime Heritage, was Executive Director of the Canadian Maritime Museum, and headed the Institute of Nautical Archeology. At the same time, he was a TV host for Discovery, History Channel, A&E, and National Geographic.Most recently in 2017, he left to become a senior vice president at Search Incorporated, a maritime archeology company. That was one of the leads on the recent discovery of Ernest Shackleton's Endurance. But beyond all the titles. When I spoke with Jim, I found him to be super fun to talk to, as he was an excellent storyteller. And he spoke about his beginnings as a teenage amateur archeologist, the reason why maritime archeology initially caught his attention, and what it was like to be the lead science officer on the most well-known shipwreck exploration of all time.Scuba Diving, Free Diving, Ocean Environmentalism, Surfing, and Marine Science.Please give us ★★★★★, leave a review, and tell your friends about us as each share and like makes a difference.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/BigDeep)
The Carter family all head to the seaside to make the most of the fine summer weather. Uncle Dave is very excited to get back on his old bodyboard again, but Emma and Sophie have other ideas on how to spend a day at the beach… Written, produced, and narrated by Dave Stevenson. Opening and closing theme: "Fluffing a Duck" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) Music from https://filmmusic.io License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Story Copyright © Dave Stevenson. All Rights Reserved.
We spent the month in April in Hawaii. Practically every day we were in the water and watched in amazement the surfers catching and riding waves. We knew the trip would not be complete without surf lessons! So we found an amazing instructor not too far from where we were staying and thankfully he agreed to also train Sophia, who is a good swimmer but only six years old right now! In this episode, Sophia and Olga share our family's experience surfing for the very first time, as well as important life lessons that we learned. Without spoiling the episode, we are happy to share that Sophia did stand up and rode many waves on her very first outing. And Olga and Sophia both loved surfing so much that they just had another lesson this week. So perhaps you will be hearing more stories in the future about Sophia catching waves. In the meantime, enjoy this fun and enlightening episode about Sophia's first surf lesson! For our show notes, visit DreamBigPodcast.com/302
On the latest installment of our Art & Design Series, Chris Labzda and Chris Coffin talk with Artist & Restaurateur Scott Szegeski. Scott is a New Jersey-based surfer and artist who is known for his gyotaku art and surf-inspired interpretations of Japanese printing. Szegeski presents a unique blend of traditional Japanese printmaking, surf culture and history, mixed with travel nostalgia through as seen through the eyes of an avid surfer and cultural entrepreneur. After years printing a variety of his own surfboards while working in his family's restaurant group, requests for Szegeski's gyotaku prints from local surfers and galleries gained momentum. Those looking to carve out a memory in time of their favorite surfboard sought-out Szegeski's work inspired by a century's old Japanese fish printing process. It's a fascinating conversation on process, surfing and surf history. Swell Season Surf Radio is produced by the NewsStand Studio at Rockefeller Center in the heart of Manhattan and is distributed by WAX.RadioMusic: Artist: INXSSong: The One ThingAlbum: Shabooh Shoobah
The primary messaging app of youth, new sprinting surface technology, steroids on TikTok, and the numbers behind opening a gym in Sydney - They really do cover it all this week! Longtime friend of the show and top Speed and Strength Coach Jack Darcy sits down and gets into the nitty gritty of the sprinting scene and navigating that as a coach. Check out our sponsor Paieon Health! https://paieonhealth.com.au/ DISCOUNT CODES: "HYPERFLY20" at the checkout to get 20% off a Flywheel "HYPERTIBS20" at the checkout to get 20% off a Tib-bar! "HYPER10" at the checkout to get 10% off a Leg Extension Extender or a Hip Thrust Pad! Let us know what you think! Leave us a voice message: https://www.speakpipe.com/hyperformancepodcast To Find programs, products, and other content: https://linktr.ee/hyperformancemedia
Full episodes info and Show Notes - www.wearelookingsideways.com Let's get straight to it - I've got one of surfing's all-time great legends on the show this week. Along with peers like Ian Cairns, Rabbit and MR, 1977 World Champion Shaun Thomson helped to redefine surfing over the course of one of THE most influential careers of them all. He changed the game in ways we all continue to benefit from today. Then there are his off-the-water contributions, which are as progressive and game-changing as his surfing. He was one of surfing's earliest activists, working with organisations such as Surfrider, and organising a campaign to improve water quality at Rincon, among other firsts. He's also an entrepreneur, starting Instinct and sponsoring other legends such as Tom Carroll and Barton Lynch on the way to their own world crowns. And, as if that isn't enough, he's also a creative filmmaker and cultural custodian, notably through the film Bustin' Down The Door, which documented the mid-70s Hawaiian scene Shaun was himself such a key part of. And yet, despite these incredible heights, Shaun's life has also been marked by rare tragedy. The death of his beloved son Mathew in 1995 left him understandably bereft and seeking a new purpose in life. He found it with his Surfer's Code, a deceptively simple self-development tool which uses surfing as a metaphor for life's struggles, and which Shaun has subsequently used to help thousands of individuals and business find their own purpose. Taken as a whole, Shaun's story is remarkable on many levels, and in this conversation we spoke about this career in the context of the biggest themes of all - life, death, grief, recovery; and how surfing has the power to shape your life in ways it can take a lifetime to understand. I'm very grateful to Shaun for taking the time to share his story with such openness and generosity. Hope you enjoy this episode. Thanks to Matt Ward for the theme tune, to my editor Fina Charleson, and to Duncan Yeldham for production support.
Ahead of our next episode we're featuring our guest John Kehl's excellent podcast Song Surfing. Song Surfing is a music discovery podcast that showcases the best independent music from around the world! Ear kittens, a tune from John's current fav indie album, and the triumphant return of correspondent Zec! We'll hear excellent tunes from Los Angeles; New York; Chicago; and João Pessoa, Brazil. Music By: Vaguess, Vanessa Silberman, Rezn , Homeboy Sandman, Papangu The Playlist: Vaguess, “Profit or Punk?” bandcamp Vanessa Silberman, “Love Will Always Find a Way” Links Rezn, “Garden Green” bandcamp Homeboy Sandman, “Stress” bandcamp Papangu, “Agua Branca” bandcamp Want to help the show? Rate & review on one (or all!) of these sites Follow Song Surfing on Facebook Instagram Want more? Listen to this fine episode and John's interview with Pete Johns Check out John's EP: Life After Death Follow us on instagram! John Bri Klock The theme music for this episode is “Living in a Fishbowl” by Wien Solo The outro music is Little Pills by Patrick Moon Bird Join the Song Surfers Mailing List -US listeners get a free sticker! Submit your music to Song Surfing Spotify Playlist Song Surfing is part of the Live from the Lincoln Lodge Podcast Network
Andrew Mckinnon takes us back to 1972, an iconic year that changed surf culture forever. Surf in Bali was discovered as the ‘Morning of the Earth' movie was released, the ‘Fish' surfboard was born in not a way you would expect. The stories behind the Australian surfing team competing for the world titles in California, travelling, competing and partying with such names as ‘Micheal Peterson'(M.P), Mark Richards, ‘Rabbit Bartholomew', ‘Brothers Neilson', ‘Simon Anderson', which would go on the be household names and legends of the time.
In this episode, iconic freediver Mehgan Heaney-Grier. Mehgan's life story is wildly eclectic and has elements that originally attracted me, particularly its sense of rugged individualism and carving your own path. As a teenager and underwater model, she was a pioneer as she set the first U.S. freedive record for both men and women in the constant-weight category. And this earned her a place as one of the original inductees and the youngest ever at the time of induction to the Women Divers Hall of Fame. From there, she went on to perform underwater stunts for Hollywood films, such as Pirate of the Caribbean and Into the Blue, and was recruited by Discovery Channel and starred in their original series Treasure Quest: Snake Island. And all of this culminated in her recent membership as a Fellow in the Explorers Club.But over the past few years, I've also gotten to know Meghan personally, and she is kind, fun, and very thoughtful. And when we spoke, she talked a little bit about how she went from being a Minnesota lake girl to an ocean advocate, the crazy bootstrap story of how she set her own record, and an amazing moment freediving with a group of jacks.Scuba Diving, Free Diving, Ocean Environmentalism, Surfing, and Marine Science.Please give us ★★★★★, leave a review, and tell your friends about us as each share and like makes a difference.