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Best podcasts about Wiebe

Latest podcast episodes about Wiebe

The Diet Doc Life Mastery Podcast
THE MIND-MUSCLE CONNECTION - Ep. 2 - Passion Versus Obsession

The Diet Doc Life Mastery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 24:47


We've got big goals. We know it takes superhuman effort. Sports figures with hundred-million-dollar contracts don't get to the top playing it safe. Rock stars, business titans...they do what they have to do. But is it worth it? Maybe there's a way to channel your passion with 100-percent abandon but still have a sense of balance. Maybe you can enjoy other parts of life and still nurture relationships while pursuing ultimate physique sport status and goals. Listen in as Joe and Tyler dip into character trait and personality psychology, addiction therapy parallels, and even marital concepts to give you tangible strategies to live the best of both worlds! Joe Klemczewski, PhD, and Tyler Wiebe, BSc, have teamed up to connect the grind of the iron to the power of your mind. {~} Klemczewski is the founder of The Diet Doc, LLC, The Flexible Dieting Institute, the National Academy of Metabolic Science coaching certification program, the Nutrition Coaching Global Mastermind, Apex Coach nutrition professional mentorship program, and Contest Prep University. Known as the Godfather of Flexible Dieting and macronutrient tracking, Klemczewski, a former WNBF professional bodybuilder, has helped almost 500 clients win pro cards and more than 150 pro titles. {~} Tyler Wiebe was selected by Paul Revelia as one of Pro Physique's original coaches. Wiebe's expertise in kinesiology and his dedication to the client experience sets him apart as a model to the next generation of coaches. {~} Together, Klemczewski and Wiebe will take you through the real life challenges and strategies to make your training and competition experience a mental force that powerfully matches your effort in the gym. The Mind-Muscle Connection podcast is your source to build a winning mindset, unleash powerful mental growth, and make the world of physique and strength sport endlessly rewarding! OUR OTHER PODCAST: THE SCIENCE OF STAGE-READY Joe Klemczewski, PhD, founder of THE DIET DOC and legendary TEAM KLEMCZEWSKI PERFECT PEAKING, has joined Adam Atkinson, founder of SEE YOU LATER LEANER, to bring you the science of Peakology in an informative topical video catalog! Learn how to master the stage from the coach who pioneered the contest prep coaching industry! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaFD0Y6EtWHOqNOa5UFFs1QOH2CTrWw2W THE DIET DOC CONTEST PREP PROGRAM OPTIONS: https://thedietdoc.com/contest-prep SUBSCRIBE TO THIS CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thedietdocweightloss HOW WE CAN HELP YOU IN YOUR FITNESS CAREER! * Become an exclusive license owner with The Diet Doc: https://thedietdoc.com/join-our-team * Become a National Academy of Metabolic Science Certified Nutrition Consultant: https://namscert.com/ * Become a National Academy of Metabolic Science Physique Sport & Transformation Coach: https://namscert.com/ LET'S CONNECT! Website: https://www.thedietdoc.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joe.klemczewski Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joeklemczewski Audio Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/thedietdoc

The Diet Doc Life Mastery Podcast
THE MIND-MUSCLE CONNECTION - Ep. 1 - Self - Awareness & Emotional Intelligence

The Diet Doc Life Mastery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 20:57


What is self-awareness? What is emotional intelligence? What do they do for me? How do I build more? Listen in as Joe and Tyler discuss how improved self-efficacy can change every aspect of your life. If you don't believe you can control substantial aspects of life, you're a slave to making the same mistakes and living in the same stagnant loops. As Nietzsche said, you can be part of the herd or you can narrate your own life as a literal superman. Recall the way Viktor Frankl described how you can insert your will into the gap between what's happening to you and how you react. But it takes a strategy. It takes learning how to think about thinking. Dig into the podcast and let us know your thoughts and questions. We'll see you next time in the Mind-Muscle Connection as we continue to explore topics that can help you live the life you have imagined. Joe Klemczewski, PhD, and Tyler Wiebe, BSc, have teamed up to connect the grind of the iron to the power of your mind. {~} Klemczewski is the founder of The Diet Doc, LLC, The Flexible Dieting Institute, the National Academy of Metabolic Science coaching certification program, the Nutrition Coaching Global Mastermind, Apex Coach nutrition professional mentorship program, and Contest Prep University. Known as the Godfather of Flexible Dieting and macronutrient tracking, Klemczewski, a former WNBF professional bodybuilder, has helped almost 500 clients win pro cards and more than 150 pro titles. {~} Tyler Wiebe was selected by Paul Revelia as one of Pro Physique's original coaches. Wiebe's expertise in kinesiology and his dedication to the client experience sets him apart as a model to the next generation of coaches. {~} Together, Klemczewski and Wiebe will take you through the real life challenges and strategies to make your training and competition experience a mental force that powerfully matches your effort in the gym. The Mind-Muscle Connection podcast is your source to build a winning mindset, unleash powerful mental growth, and make the world of physique and strength sport endlessly rewarding! OUR OTHER PODCAST: THE SCIENCE OF STAGE-READY Joe Klemczewski, PhD, founder of THE DIET DOC and legendary TEAM KLEMCZEWSKI PERFECT PEAKING, has joined Adam Atkinson, founder of SEE YOU LATER LEANER, to bring you the science of Peakology in an informative topical video catalog! Learn how to master the stage from the coach who pioneered the contest prep coaching industry! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaFD0Y6EtWHOqNOa5UFFs1QOH2CTrWw2W THE DIET DOC CONTEST PREP PROGRAM OPTIONS: https://thedietdoc.com/contest-prep SUBSCRIBE TO THIS CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thedietdocweightloss HOW WE CAN HELP YOU IN YOUR FITNESS CAREER! * Become an exclusive license owner with The Diet Doc: https://thedietdoc.com/join-our-team * Become a National Academy of Metabolic Science Certified Nutrition Consultant: https://namscert.com/ * Become a National Academy of Metabolic Science Physique Sport & Transformation Coach: https://namscert.com/ LET'S CONNECT! Website: https://www.thedietdoc.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joe.klemczewski Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joeklemczewski Audio Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/thedietdoc

Weathering Rainbows
Spiritual Sprinklings w/ Bryce Wiebe

Weathering Rainbows

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 82:08


In this episode, Leah and Kurtis discuss everything from hidden talents to superpowers they would use for evil causes. In the second half, Kurtis Sunset interviews Bryce Wiebe, the Manager of the Office of Special Offerings at Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) about balancing identifying as queer and working for the church. Be prepared as Bryce convinces Kurtis that the story of Jesus was a little queer.   To connect with us visit www.weatheringrainbows.com INSTA: @weatheringrainbows FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/weatheringrainbows   GUEST: Bryce Wiebe INSTA: @brycewiebe

Thinking Elixir Podcast
TypeCheck with Wiebe-Marten Wijnja

Thinking Elixir Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 46:20


We talk with Wiebe-Marten Wijnja about his project TypeCheck that provides a new kind of runtime type checking for Elixir applications. The syntax builds on your existing spec types so it still works for dialyzer but adds additional compile time created checks. It also works for generating property based test data. This feature comes out in a new ability called "spectest". Like doctests, you can have automated checks that verify the function adheres to the spec! We also cover how TypeCheck allows writing type declarations for other libraries like Ecto and Plug. There are some interesting ways for people to contribute! A very interesting library! Show Notes online - https://thinkingelixir.com/podcast-episodes/072-typecheck-with-wiebe-marten-wijnja The post #072 TypeCheck with Wiebe-Marten Wijnja appeared first on Thinking Elixir.

The Entrepology Podcast
246: Body: Is Burnout Costing You More Than You Thought? With Dr. Erin Wiebe & Dr. Destiny Spurrell

The Entrepology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 45:47


  Today I am super excited to delve into a subject that falls smack dab in the middle of mindset, body, and entrepreneurship. This subject is the epitome of what it means to study and look at entrepology… and that is burnout.    As entrepreneurs and business owners, we've all experienced burnout at least once in our lifetime. And what's really exciting about my two guests today is that they are absolute experts on all things burnout and even have a framework for it that can help all of us recognize where we are on the trajectory to burnout… and reverse it before we completely crash.    Dr. Erin Wiebe and Dr. Destiny Spurrell are the founders of the incredible organization, Soul Spark Sisterhood! And together in this episode, they're going to completely turn your perspective of burnout on its head and give you what you need to know to stay out of it for good. They outline the characteristics of each of the four phases that lead to burnout, the ways that burnout impacts you both mentally and psychologically, and share what you can do to increase your resiliency in the face of stress.    No one is exempt from a phase of burnout and understanding where you are on the scale of burnout is exactly what you need to know in order to stay out of it for good. I cannot wait for you all to tune in and have some incredible knowledge dropped your way!    Key Takeaways:  [:57] About today's episode with my two fantastic guests, Dr. Erin Wiebe and Dr. Destiny Spurrell!  [2:54] Welcoming Doctors Erin Wiebe and Destiny Spurrell to The Entrepology Podcast!  [3:47] Destiny Spurrell introduces the topic of burnout and shares a bit about who she is and her background in this space.  [4:35] Erin Wiebe shares about herself and her background, as well!  [5:18] How do we actually know when we're quickly approaching burnout?  [6:29] The “alarm phase” (phase #1) of burnout and why it actually feels really good to be in that place as an entrepreneur… and when it becomes a problem.  [9:40] Phase #2 of burnout: the “compensation phase.”  [11:09] How long can we exist in the compensation phase?  [13:25] Hidden positive reinforcements that keep us in these phases of burnout.  [14:31] Phase #3 of burnout: the “exhaustion phase.”  [17:07] How your health is impacted by burnout and what we can do to combat the symptoms of phase #3.  [21:24] Phase #4 of burnout: the “adaptive phase”… and why we actually want to hang out in this place!  [22:30] How we can identify which of these four phases we are actually in.  [23:59] How can we learn how to stay out of the exhaustion phase of burnout?  [26:17] What steps we can begin to take to move out of a place of burnout.  [27:36] Where adrenals and adrenal fatigue fit into the puzzle that make up burnout.  [28:31] Why burnout physiologically happens and how we can get to the root cause to truly treat it.  [31:29] What happens when we're in a state of alarm.  [32:18] Dr. Destiny Spurrell's and Dr. Erin Wiebe's key performance indicators!  [39:38] Where to learn more about what the Soul Spark Sisterhood is all about!  [40:42] Thanking the doctors for joining us today!  [40:58] Key lessons from today's conversation.  [42:38] All about our upcoming event, IMPACT LIVEs.    Mentioned in This Episode:  Soul Spark Sisterhood  “What you do every day matters more than what you do once in a while.” — Gretchen Rubin  Tony Robbins “The 2-Millimeter Rule”  We Are All Perfectly Fine: A Memoir of Love, Medicine and Healing, by Dr. Jillian Horton  Never Split the Difference: Negotiating as if Your Life Depended on It, by Chris Voss with Tahl Raz  IMPACT LIVEs — November 18th‒21st, 2021    More About Doctors Destiny Spurrell and Erin Wiebe  Destiny Spurrell and Erin Wiebe are both wives, mothers, naturopathic doctors, and co-founders of Soul Spark where they move ambitious female entrepreneurs from burnout to soul sparked by rebuilding energy of body, mind, and soul.    Erin's obsessive curiosity to understand the dance of women's hormones combined with Destiny's relentless quest to understand our relationship to our Mind & Soul has created a powerful and truly holistic approach.    Destiny is a recovering approval seeker. Her superpower is listening deeply and helping women uncover the truth of their wise woman that lies within. Destiny uses her EQ superpower at home as the chief space holder for her three boys who are 9, 7, and 4.    Erin is a self-proclaimed recovering perfectionist. When she is not working in her clinical practice supporting healthy hormones in women, she can be found at home where her role is chief nutrition optimizer and cuddler extraordinaire for her son who is 7, and daughter who is 2.    Their philosophy is: when a woman lives attuned and aligned to her body, mind, and soul, she is unleashed to live with energy and confidence.    Connect with my Guests:  Websites: SoulSparkSisterhood.com & ErinWiebe.com  Social Media: Facebook @SoulSparkSisterhood, Instagram @SoulSparkSisterhood Instagram @DestinySpurrell & Instagram @DrErinWiebeND    If you enjoyed our conversation and would like to hear more:  Please subscribe to The Entrepology Podcast on Stitcher or iTunes.  We would also appreciate a review!    Come Join Your Community on The Entrepology Collective Facebook Page!  They say that you're the product of the five people with whom you spend the most time. Imagine you could spend time with hundreds of fellow entrepreneurs and go-getters looking to up-level their business, body, and mindset! Come hang out with us on Facebook and let us collectively inspire and support you towards your vision of contribution, your commitment towards better health, and your journey of mindset mastery. We're in this together! Come join us today!    CALL TO ACTION  Take the burnout quiz on SoulSparkSisterhood.com to find out where you are on the burnout scale and start your journey to soul-sparked energy!    Tweetables:    “A lot of people equate burnout with exhaustion and that's just a piece of burnout; it's a stage of burnout. … There's a progression. We don't just wake up one morning and go, ‘I'm exhausted … I have no idea where this came from.'” — Dr. Erin Wiebe    “We need cortisol in order to feel alert and have a … normal circadian rhythm. But, in the exhaustion phase [of burnout], we have a … very low cortisol response. So, as the demands … compound, and we require the ability to adapt to stress, we aren't able to.” — Dr. Erin Wiebe    “[With burnout], we start to feel less impassioned by the things in our life that usually light us up … like our work. We start to feel resentment towards the things in life that we actually love and value.” — Dr. Erin Wiebe    “No one is exempt from a phase of burnout. And understanding where we are on that scale is exactly what we need to know to stay out of it for good.” — Dr. Destiny Spurrell    “To truly be empowered in burnout we need to be able to recognize, earlier, where we are, or, to be able to value our experience when we get to that spot.” — Dr. Destiny Spurrell    “When you're in the exhaustion phase [of burnout], you might not be able to execute a massive lifestyle change or … a drastic shift. … But these 1% shifts that we can tangibly access with … consistency … [are] how we can … make a difference over time.” — Dr. Destiny Spurrell    “You can't do all of the things. You need to recognize where you are. Place value on where you are. And be real about what your access point is right here and now.” — Dr. Destiny Spurrell 

ExtraTime
Who will make the MLS Cup Playoffs? Diving deep on Week 34...

ExtraTime

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 80:43


One more week! The regular season is coming down to the wire. There are 12 teams fighting for seven more playoff spots and a CCL spot at stake. So who handled business in Week 34 and who needs more to have a shot at MLS Cup? Doyle, Gass, Carr and Wiebe dig in! 8:20 - Jordan Morris is back, how does he change the Sounders? 15:51 - LAFC facing a season-defining game 18:48 - Emanuel Reynoso saves Minnesota's season against SKC 27:26 - Is SKC's defense an Achilles heel? 30:40 - RBNY deals Montreal a crushing loss 34:44 - Which team would be the biggest disappointment if they miss the playoffs? 39:03 - Orlando loses out on a key win 47:43 - What's behind D.C.'s crazy number of injuries?  52:23 - San Jose puts a dent in RSL's playoff hopes 58:23 - NYCFC, Taty Castellanos are on fire  1:02:01 - Philly's kids roll Cincinnati 1:05:16 - Atlanta is having issues closing out games 1:12:43 - Mailbag

Probable Causation
Episode 14: Aaron Chalfin on street lighting and crime (REBROADCAST)

Probable Causation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 56:49


Aaron Chalfin talks about the effects of street lighting on crime. This episode was first posted in October 2019. "Reducing Crime Through Environmental Design: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment of Street Lighting in New York City" by Aaron Chalfin, Benjamin Hansen, Jason Lerner, and Lucie Parker. *** Probable Causation is part of Doleac Initiatives, a 501(c)(3) corporation. If you enjoy the show, please consider making a tax-deductible contribution. Thank you for supporting our work! *** OTHER RESEARCH WE DISCUSS IN THIS EPISODE: "Keep the kids inside? Juvenile curfews and urban gun violence" by Jillian B. Carr and Jennifer L. Doleac. "Effects of improved street lighting on crime" by Brandon C. Welsh and David P. Farrington. "Under the cover of darkness: How ambient light influences criminal activity" by Jennifer L. Doleac and Nicholas J. Sanders. "Crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED): A review and modern bibliography" by Paul Michael Cozens, Greg Saville, and David Hillier. "Situational crime prevention: Theoretical background and current practice" by Ronald V. Clarke. "Effect of remediating blighted vacant land on shootings: A citywide cluster randomized trial" by Ruth Moyer, John M. MacDonald, Greg Ridgeway, and Charles C. Branas. "Citywide cluster randomized trial to restore blighted vacant land and its effects on violence, crime, and fear" by Charles C. Branas, Eugenia South, Michelle C. Kondo, Bernadette C. Hohl, Philippe Bourgois, Douglas J. Wiebe, and John M. MacDonald. "Policing crime and disorder hot spots: A randomized controlled trial" by Anthony A. Braga and Brenda J. Bond.

The Goat Rodeo Podcast
Episode 215 // Terrence Wiebe // Philippians 2 - Unity and Humility

The Goat Rodeo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 44:25


Episode 215 // Terrence Wiebe // Philippians 2 - Unity and Humility by Earl Buchan

TODDCast Podcast
Brian Wiebe (BCHL Network owner & PJHL Panthers GM) - THE FULL 45 MIN CONVO

TODDCast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 45:20


Brian Wiebe (BCHL Network owner & PJHL Panthers GM) - THE FULL 45 MIN CONVO by Todd Hancock

Change for the Zest
Spiritual Awakening, Van-Life and The Akashic Records with Emily Wiebe

Change for the Zest

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 61:52


Episode 65- What is self-sustaining wellness? Emily answers this and SO MUCH MORE in this divine episode. If you have ever felt stuck in a corporate position and desire to shift into a spiritual business owner, this episode is FOR YOU. If you are also a wanderlust person, listen to hear about Emily's experience with van-life. Emily also shares her journey with the akashic records. As, Tylynn shares, they are 411 Aries sistaaaaas, so listen to hear all the magic transmitted in this beautiful episode! Connect with Emily on IG @selfsustainingwellness and through her website- www.selfsustainingwellness.com/services   Follow our journey on IG @changeforthezest, @tylynnmackenzie, @joshuayyoungg Tiktok @tylynnmackenzie @motivationaljosh NOW OFFERING PERSONAL MONTHLY TAROT GUIDANCE, ASTROLOGY TRANSIT UPDATES AND SERVICE DISCOUNTS THROUGH THE PATREON!!! JOIN OUR PATREON for special offers like mediations, yoga classes, bi-monthly giveaways, access to AWAKENING DIVINE FEMININE CODES THROUGH THE ASTEROID GODDESSES,  hidden vlogs and LIVE events with reiki healing, astrology and oracle cards here- https://www.patreon.com/changeforthezest?fan_landing=true  Support us by BUYING OUR MERCH! Check out our mugs, tee-shirts and sweaters here- https://teespring.com/stores/motivational-josh Join our Facebook group Change for the Zest to connect with other zesty souls! NEW OFFERING- COSMIC ASTROREIKI HEALING SESSIONS! NOW OFFERING ASTERIOD GODDESS ASTROLOGY SESSIONS! Schedule your Rebuild Soul Trust session here- rebuildsoultrust.com Like Rebuild Soul Trust Page on Facebook and join the private group!  Music: Dreams - Bensound https://www.bensound.com Support by RFM - NCM: https://bit.ly/2xGHypM

Schöne Aussicht Audio
Verwurzelt in der Heiligung - Simon Wiebe

Schöne Aussicht Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 26:41


Verwurzelt in der Heiligung. Entdecke die facettenreiche Bedeutung der Heiligung, die dir tatsächlich dabei helfen kann, im Alltag ein "heiligeres Leben" zu führen. Wir sind gespannt auf die Predigt von Simon Wiebe zu diesem Thema.

Weiblichkeit entdecken
Was ist Zyklusbewusstsein? I Menstruation - Interview mit Britta Wiebe von Vulvani

Weiblichkeit entdecken

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 26:11


Im Interview hatte ich Britta von Vulvani. Gemeinsam haben sie (Britta und Jamin) es sich zum Ziel gemacht, die Wahrnehmung der Menstruation in der Gesellschaft zu entkrampfen sowie die tatsächliche Menstruation aller menstruierenden Menschen so angenehm, einfach und nachhaltig wie möglich zu gestalten. Britta hatte viele Auslandsaufenthalte erlebt, wo sie in Kontakt mit vielen unterschiedlichen Menstruationprodukten gekommen ist. Durch Vulvani möchte sie, Vorurteile gegenüber der Menstruation durch Aufklärung abbauen, den gesellschaftlichen Austausch über das Thema langfristig fördern und somit einen Beitrag zu einer gerechteren Welt leisten. Sie wünscht sich, dass Vulvani ein Beispiel dafür wird, wie wir uns für die natürlichen Bedürfnisse und die Stärkung aller menstruierenden Menschen einsetzen können. Mehr dazu erfährst du in dieser Episode. Schaue dich auf jeden Fall um auf der Webseite von Vulvani. Webseite von Vulvani https://www.vulvani.com Onlinekurse von Vulvani https://academy.vulvani.com/pages/deutsche-kurse Instagram https://www.instagram.com/vulvani_/?hl=de

Schöne Aussicht Audio
Verwurzelt in der Gottesfurcht - Anatol Wiebe

Schöne Aussicht Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 41:20


Wir starten inzwischen die letzte Themenreihe # VERWURZELT. Diesmal geht es um Herzenseinstellungen und Haltungen. Es beginnt diesen Sonntag mit: Verwurzelt in der Gottesfurcht. Anatol Wiebe wird uns dazu die Predigt halten.

ExtraTime
RICARDO PEPI ... All-Star hero and USMNT forward?!? Wrapping up an amazing week in LA...

ExtraTime

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 69:44


What do you get when you give Wiebe and Gass a six pack of Heineken and a microphone? The official recap of the 2021 MLS All-Star Game presented by Target, of course. Long live Ricardo Pepi! Long live the king!   1:28 - MLS is now clearly the dominant force in the region 5:23 - Ricardo Pepi reportedly commits to the USMNT 8:42 - MLS All-Stars take down Liga MX (ASG Game Recap) 13:15 - VIBES of the game 23:18 - Celebrating Ricardo Pepi's big night 33:16 - will we start to see more Americans playing in Liga MX? 37:48 - Matt Turner wins ASG MVP 44:28 - who from the LIGA MX roster do you want to see in MLS? 46:42 - favorite moments of all star week 51:42 - Heineken rivalry week preview 1:01:30 - Tajon Buchanan off to Europe

Stand in the Gap Radio Podcasts
Keith Wiebe Remembers Jimmy DeYoung

Stand in the Gap Radio Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 2:03


Keith Wiebe shares his experience with the now deceased Jimmy DeYoung.

Cross Border Podcasts
Chapter 3 Episode 7 - Cornelia Wiebe

Cross Border Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 39:18


As a business owner in this city, Cornelia Wiebe knows what it takes to be economically resilient. She says that she will take that experience and use it at city hall. In todays episode, Calgary Ward 8 Candidate Cornelia Wiebe sits down with us to talk about Duty to Serve, her campaign, what she's hearing at the door, and why she should be the next councillor for ward 8. Follow Cornelia Wiebe: Website: https://www.corneliawiebe.ca/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/106769807954064 Twitter: https://twitter.com/CorneliaWiebe Follow Us: Instagram: www.instagram.com/crossborderpodcast/ Twitter: twitter.com/CrossBorderPod Facebook : www.facebook.com/CrossBorderInterviewPodcast/ Website: www.crossborderinterviews.ca/ Cross Border Interviews is owned by Miranda, Brown & Associates Inc.

Strength Coach Experience
Strength Coach Experience Episode #47 Brittany Wiebe. " The Journey to becoming a Strength and Conditioning Coordinator."

Strength Coach Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 80:07


In this Episode we welcome Brittany Wiebe, Latin American Strength and Conditioning Coordinator for the Houston Astros. Join us as we go through her journey, from playing sports in college to becoming A coordinator in professional baseball, and what it took to get there. Topics Covered in Episode -------------------------------- -Background - How you got into coaching - Experience interning / Clemson, Mizzou - Experience thus far with Astros / coordinator -Where the field of strength and conditioning is headed - your opinion on the impact of technology Mental health and sports -What next in the future Brittany Wiebe Instagram-coach.bwiebes Email- Strenghtcoachexperience@gmail.com Instagram- Strength_Coach_Experience

ExtraTime
Deadline Day winners & losers! All-Star snubs and best XI! Midweek madness!

ExtraTime

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 78:50


Holy transfer deadline day! Money was flying on Thursday, and the guys dug into all the moves – some as they were being reported live – and tried to make sense of the blockbuster trade that sent Jeremy Ebobisse to the Quakes. In other news, the MLS squad for the 2021 MLS All-Star Game presented by Target is out. Charlie gives his starting XI, Wiebe explains why six Sounders actually makes sense and Dave takes you through all the snubs. Finally, our takes from all the midweek action … Salloi for MVP? Josef's red legit? LAFC having defensive issues? D.C. United deserve more respect? – and the mail.

Cambie Report
E-448 Wiebe walks

Cambie Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2021


We break down the Michael Wiebe conflict of interest case and more The post E-448 Wiebe walks appeared first on Cambie Report.

Coffee and Tea with CarrieVee
Business Babes Collective with Danielle Wiebe

Coffee and Tea with CarrieVee

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 32:55


Danielle is a business strategist, podcast host, and the founder of Business Babes Collective, a global community for female entrepreneurs. With over 10 years of entrepreneurial experience, Danielle loves helping women launch and scale profitable businesses through one on one coaching, group Masterminds, and her signature business program: Action Takers Club. She believes every woman is capable of creating a full-time income in their business without having to work around the clock. Want to learn more about Danielle's journey and how you can create a sustainable and profitable online business?Tune into her FREE Masterclass here: https://www.businessbabescollective.com/masterclassConnect with Danielle on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/danilivinglife/https://www.instagram.com/businessbabesco/www.businessbabescollective.com30 Days of Journal Prompts:http://bit.ly/30daysofjournalpromptsContact CarrieVee!IG: @iamcarrieveeLI and FB: Carrie Verrocchioemail: carriev@coachcarriev.com

HomeSchool ThinkTank! Live & Learn Your Way with Jackie Wheeler
An Awesome Search Tool For You: Look For Any Word In The HomeSchool ThinkTank Parenting Podcast! |Ep. #100

HomeSchool ThinkTank! Live & Learn Your Way with Jackie Wheeler

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 3:31


Search the HomeSchool ThinkTank Parenting Podcast with this awesome tool!   Are you looking for something specific in our podcast? Search for any word that we've ever said and this tool will bring you right to that moment! 

Aligned Nutrition Podcast
Intuitive Exercise w/Nyla Wiebe

Aligned Nutrition Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 32:01


If you are healing your relationship with food and find exercise doesn’t feel aligned, this episode is for you. It’s no secret that exercise and our relationship with it is often damaged through dieting, disordered eating, and eating disorders. What you may not realize is that it’s possible to draw analogies to intuitive eating and movement. In this episode we discuss what intuitive exercise means and how to leverage healing your relationship to food as a strength.    Our guest Nyla is a Certified Health and Life Coach trained in habit and mindset change, also holding a Food and Nutrition Diploma and a host of fitness instructor certifications, who coaches through an Intuitive Eating and Intuitive Movement perspective.    Connect with our guest:   Follow her on Instagram: www.instagram.com/nutritionwithnyla   Check out her blog: www.nutritionwithnyla.org/blog   Ready to heal your relationship with food and your body?    Let’s see how to improve your relationship with exercise and food in a way that feels additive and stress free.     Inquire to work together: https://alignednutrition.com/contact/  

The Field Guides
Ep. 51 - Flickers Foolin' Around: Sex Roles in a North American Woodpecker

The Field Guides

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2021 68:00


The northern flicker (Colaptes auratus) is a common bird that has some exceptionally uncommon behaviors. Unlike most bird species, male flickers take an equal share of egg incubation and feeding, and, in up to five percent of females, a lady flicker will take up with two mates - an older male and a younger male - raising young in two different nests at the same time. In addition, flickers will sometimes lay their eggs in the nests of other flickers, a behavior called intraspecific brood parasitism, another habit rarely seen in birds. Join the guys as they delve into studies exploring the wild and swinging world of northern flicker reproduction.This episode was recorded on May 11th, 2021 at Chestnut Ridge Park in Orchard Park, NY. Episode Notes:Bill fully realizes that he mispronounced monogamous as monogyoumous. He doesn’t know why he did this, but he is appropriately embarrassed about it. Bill and Steve were both amazed to learn that belted kingfishers nest in burrows. Find out more here.At one point in this episode, Bill wondered about all cavity nesting birds having pure white eggs. They do not, and this article provides a nice overview of egg coloration in cavity-nesting species.Around the 32:40 mark – Bill said that of the bird species that have biparental care, 90% have extra pair paternity (EPP), and, in describing it, he said that it occurs when a female mates with another male outside her pair bond, but, to be clear, both sexes can engage in EPP. Steve asked about their longevity. Some info from one of Dr. Wiebe’s studies: Flickers have a relatively fast life history with an annual apparent mortality rates of 60%. The rate doesn’t vary with age. A 2006 study looked at mortality rates of male and female flickers over a 6-yr period and observed only 1-2 birds out of every 300 adults were 7 or more years old. There was no significant differences between male and female survival rates for the general population. The oldest known flicker was 9 years, 2 months old. The New World blackbird family is Icteridae.Why are these birds called flickers? As best as we can tell from a quick google search, the name is another effort to mimic their call - flicka flicka flicka. Useful LinksGumleaf Boots, USA (free shipping for patrons)Thank you to Always Wandering Art (Website and Etsy Shop) for providing the artwork for many of our previous episodes! Support us on Patreon!Works CitedWiebe, K.L., 2002. First reported case of classical polyandry in a North American woodpecker, the northern flicker. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 114(3), pp.401-403.Wiebe, K.L., 2018. Age-related improvements in fecundity are driven by the male in a bird with partially reversed sex roles in parental care. Oecologia, 188(4), pp.1095-1104.Wiebe, K.L. and Kempenaers, B., 2009. The social and genetic mating system in flickers linked to partially reversed sex roles. Behavioral Ecology, 20(2), pp.453-458.Image creditYellow-shafted northern flicker (female) (Colaptes auratus), Cabin Lake viewing blinds, Deschutes National Forest, near Fort Rock, OregonPermission details: Nature's Pic's (www.naturespicsonline.com) explicitly releases for copying under Attribution-ShareALike 3.0 (see copyright release webpage: http://www.naturespicsonline.com/intro.html).

#dieVertriebsmanager - VTalk Der gute Sales Ton - mehr als nur heiße
Compliance im Vertrieb – Bremse oder Motor? Lukas Wiebe und Markus Giese, Zurich Insurance Group

#dieVertriebsmanager - VTalk Der gute Sales Ton - mehr als nur heiße

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2021 42:56


Die Kollegen im Compliance sind langweilig, Spassverderber für den Vertrieb und nehmen uns die Freude an Geschenken für unsere Kunden. Ist das wirklich so oder wollen sie uns nicht eher schützen ? Markus Giese und Lukas Wiebe geben uns Einblicke in die Welt des Compliance und räumen für uns mit vielen Vorurteilen auf. Markus und Lukas teilen unsere Leidenschaft für den Vertrieb und leiten deshalb im Bundesverband der Vertriebsmanager die Expertenkommission Compliance und stehen uns und Euch dort mit Rat und Tat zur Seite. Wir freuen uns sehr über den Perspektivenwechsel und wünschen Euch viel Spaß mit der aktuellen Folge.

Inspired Soles
Goodbye Smoking, Hello Running | Caroline Wiebe

Inspired Soles

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 58:18


When we asked Caroline Wiebe to be on the podcast, she responded with, “I’m not that interesting.  Who would want to hear MY story?”  At Inspired Soles  we want to hear those real life stories from all types of runners and we think you will agree that Caroline has a story worth sharing!  Caroline is a 49 year old mother of two and a registered nurse who works in multiple hospitals and home care.  She started running 11 years ago and her first race was a 5 km gift to herself on Mother’s Day.  Since then she has racked up such an impressive road running resume she stopped counting her marathons at 20, and she has done many trail ultramarathons including several 100 milers.  She talks about how positive peer pressure from her running community helped her to stop smoking, how being super organized is the only way she fits it all in, and she fondly reminisces about trips with her kids that always seemed to include a race as well lots of family time before and after.  Caroline is refreshingly unapologetic about how running is the gift she gives herself, the one thing that she does for her.  Happy Mother’s Day to all those running moms out there. We think there is a lot that will hit home with you during our chat with Caroline!Connect with CarolineIG: @caro4runningResources we discussed in the episode:Favourite Mantra: Convince your mind and your legs will follow; Just one more (lap, mile, day/night)Favourite Place to Run: Any trail in warm weatherBucket List Race: Marathon des Sables stage race in Morocco in 2022Favourite Podcast: Inspired SolesPost-Run Indulgence: Long bath, nap, ice cream

Well Reds: A Left Book Podcast
Crime, Nostalgia and Vancouver Noir (Full of Chit-Chat ep17 w/ Sam Wiebe)

Well Reds: A Left Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 49:25


On a new Full of Chit-Chat host Charlie Demers welcomes master Vancouver crime novelist Sam Wiebe to talk space & time, but not in a physics way. Also Rambo.Find out more about Wiebe's award-winning crime fiction at http://samwiebe.com/Get early access to the show by stepping in the chit-chat and subscribing to Charlie's excellent Substack at https://charliedemers.substack.com/people/14775259-charlie-demers or find new episodes one week after release wherever you get your podcasts!

Ricochet's Unpacking the News
Crime, Nostalgia and Vancouver Noir (Full of Chit-Chat ep17 w/ Sam Wiebe)

Ricochet's Unpacking the News

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 49:25


On a new Full of Chit-Chat host Charlie Demers welcomes master Vancouver crime novelist Sam Wiebe to talk space & time, but not in a physics way. Also Rambo. Find out more about Wiebe's award-winning crime fiction at http://samwiebe.com/ Get early access to the show by stepping in the chit-chat and subscribing to Charlie's excellent Substack at https://charliedemers.substack.com/people/14775259-charlie-demers or find new episodes one week after release wherever you get your podcasts!

THRIVE PODCAST
Body Image + Intuitive Eating from a Biblical Perspective (TW: Eating Disorder Recovery) - with Nyla Wiebe

THRIVE PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2021 32:10


Today's episode of THRIVE gave me goosebumps! Nyla Wiebe is a health and life coach who specializes in Intuitive Eating and Body Image Improvement - all from a Christian perspective. [TW: Eating Disorder Recovery] She also struggled with an eating disorder for decades, but is recovered and credits God for her journey. Nyla's story is one of hope, and she shares so much godly wisdom - as well as practical advice - for intuitive eating, following cravings, improving body image, helping a struggling friend...and what the Bible's got to say about all of it. Listen in.   CONNECT WITH NYLA Instagram Website Her Holy Hustle Podcast   GET YOUR COPY OF CAFFEINATE YOUR SOUL: 52 MONDAY MANTRAS HERE: Amazon Barnes and Noble Target Walmart   FOLLOW ALONG: THRIVE Podcast Instagram Erica's Instagram Facebook Coming Up Roses  

Addy New Life Christian Center
Remember | Tim Wiebe

Addy New Life Christian Center

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2021 46:30


Remember | Tim Wiebe

Perception Evolution Project by WCE
Blue is the New White #92 - Cal Wiebe, Podcaster - Skilled Trades Podcast

Perception Evolution Project by WCE

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2021 49:35


Today we sit down with another fellow podcaster and skilled trades advocate, Mr Cal Wiebe. Cal grew up in a skilled trades family with his dad and uncle driving truck and another uncle as an electrician. He knew from an early age that the path for him would be a blue collar one, and never thought twice about it. Despite completing his first level apprenticeship in electrical before graduating high school, he ended up getting into parts for heavy equipment. When work got scarce, he fell back on his electrical background and landed a job with a local family owned company. This eventually led him to his current company as a construction electrician. Through his journey he remained exceptionally passionate about his craft, which led to co-hosting the Skilled Trades Podcast. This gave him a platform to share his knowledge, experience, and perception of working with your hands. Listen in to hear all about Cal’s journey, some of the most important aspects of the skilled trades, and what he’s learned, both personally and professionally over the years. Don’t forget to subscribe to this channel, and on our website blueisthenewwhite.com to receive all the latest updates. As always, this show is not monetized & we don’t run ads. We rely strictly on the word of mouth from our listeners to further the mission. So if you enjoyed this episode, please take a moment to rate, review, and share. The future generations of tradespeople depend on it. On you! So thank you again and enjoy this episode of Blue is the New White with Cal Wiebe.

Cast Dice Podcast
The Cast Dice Podcast, Episode 118 - Japanese In Bolt Action With Jordan Wiebe

Cast Dice Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2021 72:49


Today I am joined by fellow Japanese player, Jordan Wiebe, to discuss one of our favourite armies in Bolt Action. We also dig into alternate ways to approach listing when building an effective and, Heaven forbid, historic, army list that doesn't revolve around hordes of inexperienced bamboo troopers. We hope you will join us.

The Thriving Christian Artist
243 - Rewriting The Story of Your Life: A Conversation with Valerie Wiebe

The Thriving Christian Artist

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 26:30


All of us, at one time or another, have probably wanted to rewrite the story of our lives, or at least the perspective on some of the things that we've walked through. My guest today, Valerie Wiebe, has done just that.Hailing from Canada, Valerie is an incredible artist with an amazing story of hope and transformation as she has started waking up to the reality of who she is in the Kingdom and all that God has for her.You can connect with Valerie and see her creations online at www.Wiebe.worksAre You Ready To Rewrite Your Story?If so, then I want to invite you to join me later this month for my Artist Mindset Makeover. This FREE five-day art challenge and Masterclass is open to anyone ready for breakthrough in their life. In the Masterclass, you'll learnWhy your mindset is the number one factor holding you back from thriving as an artist.How to identify and breakthrough your biggest internal roadblocks in lifeA simple 5-step process for aligning your thoughts with the truth of God's word. The art challenge + Masterclass is free, but you will have to register to participate in this event.Register Now at www.ArtistMindsetMakeover.comOnce you've registered, you can request access to a private Facebook® group I've created just for the Masterclass so you can start connecting with other participants.  I'll also send you a quick follow-up email with the printable Masterclass Workbook and some practical things you can do now to prepare for this Masterclass that starts on Monday, April 26th. Support the show (https://www.matttommeymentoring.com/)

The Healthy Balanced Mama Podcast
Intuitive Rest with Nyla Wiebe

The Healthy Balanced Mama Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 67:58


When is the last time you rested? Not just sleeping at night- but REALLY rested, physically, mentally, spiritually, in between exercise, when your body asked for it-- are you tuning into your body's innate need for rest? In today's episode I'm joined by Nyla Wiebe, Certified Health and Life Coach (and one of our very own Supermama Sisterhood coaches) to talk about practical ways to honor our body's need for rest in every area. https://www.instagram.com/nutritionwithnyla/https://www.nutritionwithnyla.org/blogConfident Bod Club Devotional: https://www.fatfreecartpro.com/i/10eu5?card

First Person with Wayne Shepherd

Jon Wiebe of the Mennonite Brethren Foundation talks with Wayne Shepherd about ministering in Ukraine where he also explored both his family roots as well as the heritage of the Mennonite Brethren which originated in that country. Support the show (https://www.febc.org/give-2/radios-fpi/?utm_source=fpi&utm_medium=banner&utm_campaign=2021&utm_content=1)

Platform Skate Podcast
Episode 14 Ritch Wiebe

Platform Skate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2021 52:20


Ritch spent a lot of time in the skateboard community even though he did not skate. He loved being around the scene and doing what he could to support and promote it. We sat down with Ritch and talked about his involvement in the local scene. Throw some love at us at: www.patreon.com/platformskate Throw some shade at us at: platformsk8pod@gmail.com See our self promotion on insta: @platformsk8pod

Stick and Hack Show
Bonus Masters Episode | Augusta National Women's Amateur | Cameron Wiebe

Stick and Hack Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2021 17:13


In this bonus episode, Cameron Wiebe walks us through the logistics and excitement behind the Augusta National Women's Amateur, a tournament that takes place one week before Masters.

Healthy Wealthy & Smart
532: Dr. Julie Wiebe: Running and Pregnancy

Healthy Wealthy & Smart

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2021 54:58


In this episode, CEO of Julie Wiebe Physical Therapy, Inc., Dr. Julie Wiebe, PT, DPT, talks about running and pregnancy. Today, Julie talks about running/exercise and pregnancy, creating baselines, the research around female running form, and she busts some pregnancy myths. When can you return to running after pregnancy? What is Julie’s definition of ‘postpartum women’? She tells us about structuring exercises around their daily exercises and goals, pelvic health education, and she gives some advice to clinicians working with postpartum runners, all on today’s episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast.   Key Takeaways “Landing mechanics are affected by what’s happening north.” “Let’s understand what they looked like beforehand so that we have a better idea of how to help them find their way back.” “Just because you had a baby doesn’t mean you should be in pain and weak for the rest of your life.” “Listen to what’s happening, but learn to interpret it.” “If your 10 minutes is spent running and that’s your goal, you’ll do it. But if I say you’ve got to lay down on the ground and do rehab exercises that make no connection for you, you’re not going to be motivated to do that.” “Pelvic health does not mean that you have to be clinically prepared to do internal work. It just means that you’re treating the musculoskeletal of someone who happens to have a pelvis, which, last I checked, is everyone. You don’t have to be certified as a women’s health specialist, but you can get information, read books, watch videos, take courses so that you are competent in treating a woman postpartum that wants to get back to running.” “The pelvic floor is not the only gatekeeper that creates pelvic health. It is a component of multiple body systems, and we need to understand that those systems affect the way the pelvic floor acts and behaves. The pelvic floor itself needs to have attention directed at it, but when we talk about just the pelvic floor, it isolates it away from relevance to other areas of care.” “Learn to ask questions, and ask questions that make you uncomfortable. You will get more comfortable with it, and understand that what you’re trying to do is open a door of communication.” “When you read the conclusion in research, is there any other explanation that could’ve come to that same conclusion based on what you’re seeing?” “We need to start broadening our lense, and I think we’re broadening it to look at females as not just little men.” “Instead of thinking of learning as this linear thing, include and transcend. Instead of it being a linear line, let it be concentric circles.”   More about Julie Wiebe Julie Wiebe, PT, DPT has over twenty-four years of clinical experience in Sports Medicine and Pelvic Health, specializing in pelvic/abdominal, pregnancy and postpartum health for fit and athletic females. Her passion is to return women to fitness and sport after injury and pregnancy, and equip pros to do the same. She has pioneered an integrative approach to promote women’s health in and through fitness. Her innovative concepts and strategies have been successfully incorporated by rehab practitioners and fitness professionals into a variety of populations (ortho/sports medicine, pelvic health, neurology, and pediatrics). A published author, Julie is a sought after speaker to provide continuing education and lectures internationally at clinics, academic institutions, conferences, and professional organizations. She provides direct care to female athletes through telehealth and her clinical practice in Los Angeles, California.   Suggested Keywords Physiotherapy, Pregnancy, Research, PT, Health, Therapy, Healthcare, Education, Training, Postpartum, Running, Exercise, Pelvic Health, Conversation,   Use the code: LITZY for 20% off the following courses from Dr. Wiebe:   Treating and Training the Female Runner (or Any Female Athlete) Foundations + Running Bundle A Foundations + Running Bundle B   Running Rehab Roundtable Live Broadcast https://www.crowdcast.io/e/runningrehab   To learn more, follow Julie at: Website:          https://www.juliewiebept.com Instagram:       @juliewiebept Twitter:            @JulieWiebePT YouTube:        Julie Wiebe LinkedIn:         Julie Wiebe   Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website:                      https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts:          https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify:                        https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud:               https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher:                       https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio:               https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927   Read the full transcript:  Speaker 1 (00:07): Welcome to the healthy, wealthy, and smart podcast. Each week we interview the best and brightest in physical therapy, wellness, and entrepreneurship. We give you cutting edge information. You need to live your best life. Healthy, wealthy, and smart. The information in this podcast is for entertainment purposes only and should not be used as personalized medical advice. And now here's your host, Dr. Karen Litzy. Hey everybody. Welcome back to the podcast. I am your, Speaker 2 (00:39): The host, Karen Litzy and today's episode. I'm really excited to round out our month all about running injuries and running rehab with Dr. Julie Wiebe. She has over 24 years of clinical experience in sports medicine and pelvic health specializing in pelvic abdominal pregnancy and postpartum health for fit and athletic females. Her passion is to return women to fitness in sport, after injury in pregnancy and equip pros to do the same. She has pioneered an integrative approach to promote women's health in and through fitness. Her innovative concepts and strategies have been successfully incorporated by rehab practitioners and fitness professionals into a variety of populations, or at those sports medicine, pelvic health neurology, pediatrics, a published author. Julie is a sought after speaker to provide continuing education lectures internationally at clinics, academic institutions, conferences, and professional organizations. She provides direct care to female athletes to through tele-health and her clinical practice in Los Angeles, California. Speaker 2 (01:48): So Julie's amazing. And in this episode, we talk about some myths about running while pregnant and in the postpartum. And of course, the question that everyone always asks Julie is how can we return to run after pregnancy? So Julie answers that question and cause a lot of really helpful hints for practitioners to look for when evaluating postpartum women and those postpartum women, those runners can be anywhere from six weeks to six years, 16 years, 20 years after having a child. And she also encourages clinicians to think critically, to look deeper, to have a framework for evaluation, to try and, and, and get a baseline to ask your patients to film themselves while they're running or exercising so that you can understand what they look like when they're doing what they do. There's a lot of variables to post to running post-pregnancy and Julie really runs through all of them. Speaker 2 (03:01): So I want to give a big, huge thanks to Julie for coming on the podcast today and sharing all of this knowledge. And she also has a discount on the course. So she has a course on running a postpartum running. So she has a course for the listeners. So all you have to do is enter the promo code Litzy that's L I T Z Y my last name for 20% off treating and training the female runner. And just to be clear, this is for professionals, not for individuals. So this is for clinicians. So a huge thanks to Julie for that. We'll have all of the information, including links to everything in the podcast at podcast dot healthy, wealthy, smart.com. And tomorrow you can catch Julie live along with Dr. Ellie summers, Dr. Chris Johnson and Tom goom for our live round table discussion. That's tomorrow, March 30th at 2:00 PM Eastern standard time. Speaker 2 (04:10): If you can't make it still sign up because you'll still have a chance to get your question answered by the panel, and you will still get to watch the replay any time you want. And listen, this is a deal. It is $25 for four of, in my opinion, some of the best minds when it comes to running injury and rehab. So sign up today. If you're listening to this today, sign up today because you have until probably, I don't know, it starts maybe until like quarter to two tomorrow, which is March 30th to sign up for our live round table discussion. Again, that's with all four guests from this month, Ellie summers, Chris Johnson, Tom goon, and Julie Wiebe. So sign up to day. Hey, Julie, welcome back to the podcast. I think this is like your third visit to help you well, yes, thank you for sharing your platform with me again. Speaker 2 (05:11): I appreciate it. Of course. And, and this month, the month of March, we're talking all about running, running injuries, running rehab, and I know something that you're passionate about is caring for the postpartum woman that returned to running after giving birth. And, and we'll also talk a little bit about running while pregnant. Right. So I think that there are, there's a lot to cover. And so we are just going to, we're going to zoom right through this unintended since we're on zoom. But let's start first with running while pregnant. I feel like there's a lot of myths around running while pregnant. I don't know that it's understood very well by many people, including clinicians as well as the pregnant women. So I'm just going to kind of throw it over to you and let you just kind of talk about the, the running pregnant woman. Speaker 3 (06:14): Yeah. You know, and I think I think that regarding running and pregnancy, I mean, that's our focus, but really exercise and pregnancy. We still have, we are limited in our understanding of all things. Related to that I think we are started, we have information about things like cardiovascular response or, you know, some of those pieces of the puzzle. But in terms of the musculoskeletal, the neuromuscular, the response of the female host inter like how is that impacting the mom's body systems. Right. and I think that where we are struggling to have a lot of research there in part, because it's hard to find women that are willing to be participate in research. And then there's also a lot of, I, you know, we have to be protective of them. We have to protect them. And so, so it's this, you know, we want to honor that stage of life, but we also need to research it. Speaker 3 (07:13): So so I think we are struggling to, to understand all that, but we're starting to get more and more attention on it, which is awesome. As far as pregnant runners go there's only a few studies that I'm aware of that actually look at the pregnant runner and and of those one is a case study and one is on five women. So we have very limited understanding of what exactly goes on, but there were some themes. So I'll just share some themes. One is that in, in both the studies, they were, they were followed, the women were followed throughout the pregnancy changes were seen in all of the women on how they continue to run through the pregnancy meaning. And particularly the one with the five women, they all did something different, which is the variability is what we're seeing now. Speaker 3 (08:07): Everybody's bodies individually adapted differently. But the through line for them was there was a loss of pelvic and trunk rotation. So when we think about that pregnant runner, this is the way I've started describing it. The belly covers a ton of joints. Like it goes from the thorax to the pelvis. It it's basically, it takes all of these reciprocating joints and it turns it into a unit joint. Like it's one big joint, it blocks motion. So it reduces pelvic and trunk rotation. And so it limits, and then it forces them to rotate elsewhere. All of these are adaptions to help them continue to move through space appropriate for pregnancy and running. But when they go into the postpartum, they carry it with them. And that was what happened in both of these studies. They found that at six months for the woman who was the case study, and then at six weeks postpartum for the women, the five women in the other study, they held onto these, these some of these variables into the postpartum period and where that's significant is that women are given that okay by their doctor at six to eight weeks. Speaker 3 (09:19): This just like, you can just start doing your thing again. But their understanding is I got to just lose weight and get a flat belly. What our understanding needs to be is we need to understand what's changed for them. Biomechanically neuromuscularly emotionally, you know, fatigue, stress, like all of we have to understand all of those pieces and help them restore their interrelationships. Neuromuscularly biomechanically to be more like their baseline in order to prepare them for return to run. Like it's not just, okay, let's get him stronger. It's how do we help them restore that efficiency in their patterns that they lost, but no one realizes they lost it. So six years later, they show up to an orthopedic office and they have some of these running injuries, but how much of it is related to the compensations that they carried into their postpartum. So that's sort of a, an entry point into our conversation. Speaker 2 (10:17): Yeah. And that's, that is so interesting. And it makes sense that they would carry that over because our brain has is plastic and it's going to adapt. And our our sense of where we are appropriate susceptive sense is going to adapt to that. And it just doesn't end because the baby's not inside you anymore. Speaker 3 (10:40): Correct. And you're pulling it off, like in your mind, like you're still pulling off running, like you're actually running. So it, the understanding of what has changed is not understood globally. And I think like, I mean this, the running study related to the five runners that I mentioned, and that was from 2019. So this is, you know, relatively hot off the presses in terms of clinical understanding. So our job clinically is to help restore reciprocation that's really, and we understand the reciprocation is so important for all sorts of pieces of the puzzle for running. And one of those things is actually reducing ground reaction forces, getting our center of mass over that lead leg. Reciprocation is a huge piece of that. And so understanding just that, if that is all you walk away with today, understanding that you're a female that has a postpartum is postpartum, meaning they have a pregnancy in their history when you're working with them related to it, running injury. Speaker 3 (11:39): If it has a ground reaction force components like a knee or anything, you should be looking North of the border, not just foot strength, not just cadence, not like you have to look North and understand, are they actually reciprocating? Where's that reciprocation coming from? Because when you have a unit joint of the lumbar spine in the lower, the only thing that's left is like TL junction and above. So that's where they're reciprocating is way up high at the chest. And if you watch Fumo runner, that's what they're doing. They're punching the sky, it's all up, up, up, up chest high. And it's, that's the pattern that they partially developed during the pregnancy to continue running and pregnancy. There's nothing wrong with that. It co it's an appropriate compensation, but it does. If you don't restore actual reciprocation between the trunk and the pelvis, that's what you're looking for. And if the woman is in gripping her abs, cause she wants to get flat abs again, that's a UDA joint, it's a uniform engagement of the abdomen is what most women hang on to, or try to do while they're running. And that continues to keep their reciprocation high. So it's like understand what's going on North of the border for these women, versus just looking at things like landing mechanics, landing mechanics are affected by what's happening North so Speaker 2 (12:59): Well that's so, yeah, that is so interesting. And now I'm going to be, you know, in central park watching all these women to see, okay, are they just running with their, from like the thoracolumbar junction up? And then just having legs move like a cartoon character or are they actually getting excursion and rotation through the trunk? Speaker 3 (13:19): Amen. Yeah. And then we're getting into summer, right? I mean, I'm here in California, so we're gonna be able to see people's abdomens. And the thing that I, my cue for my clinician friends is what's going on with the navel. Like if their navel is staying straight, dead, straight, the whole time they're holding their abdomen. So stiffly through their run, that they aren't reciprocated. Like they can't be like, that's an indication that's a quick and dirty clinical sign that you can see that that means the reciprocation is likely coming up higher. And then it'll sort of clue you in and you'll see it. And they're, they're the ones punching high in the sky. They've got ribs flared up, like it's sort of, and that's a lot of our female runners. And it's a lot of our women that have never had children because they're holding their abdomens. Speaker 3 (14:03): Cause that's what they think they're supposed to do. And we also have studies that have shown us that stiff abdomen when they had men jump off a height actually increase their ground reaction forces. So it makes sense it's part and parcel, right? Like, you know, we just got to sort of brought in and I think that's my hope when I talk about stuff like this with my ortho and sports medicine, friends and colleagues because that's really, I'm a sports medicine, PT, I'm not a traditional pelvic health PT, but is to broaden our lens and add these ideas into our differential diagnosis. Like we need to start thinking about how these things are affecting. Some of the things we look for in sports medicine. Like we understand to look at how ground reaction forces what's happening, but we don't often this into our thought process. Like how, why is that a typical running pattern for women? It's not just because we have brought her hips and Q angles and, you know, blah, blah, blah, look North, look North with me. There's more going on for these women. And and we have some strategy pieces that we could add into our thought process to help them Speaker 2 (15:13): Yeah, amazing coming in hot, right out of the gate pair with a great tip for everyone. So thank you for that. And one one question that I want to ask, just so the listeners really understand when you talk about postpartum women, can you define what that means? Speaker 3 (15:32): I'll give you my definition. Sure. It doesn't necessarily mean that it is the definition. But I consider anyone who's ever had a baby. And, and here's what I'll say about that. I think technically it's the first year that might be kind of more of a technical thought process. And that's mainly because I started learning this backwards when my, on my patients who were 35 and 45 and 55 and 65. And they still look like me. This is million years ago. Now when I was at postpartum early postpartum, like the way that I was using my body and it was creating issues for me, they were using their bodies that same way. And they were like, well, they had grandchildren at that point. And so once we start understanding, yes, it's a normal process that women go through, but our job is to understand what they went through and help them find their way back to efficiency and effective use of their structure and their systems and their like I D I was Chris. I love that Chris Johnson talked about their ecosystems, like, you know, like looking at all of those pieces for them and understanding our job is to help them get back to their baseline, their individual baseline. Cause my torso is this, like this with this link legs. Some people have long legs short, let you know, like to understand that. So my, one of my big pushes I hope to achieve at some point is to get baselines, like, let's start getting baselines. I was women. Yeah, go. Speaker 2 (17:09): I was just gonna ask that you, you beat me to the punch. I was just going to say, so if someone is coming to me as a woman who is a runner and she had a child would say a year ago or two years ago, even how do I know what her baseline is? Speaker 3 (17:27): Correct? Well, what I do is I have them try to bring me film from prior to the injury. So these are for women that haven't had babies or like what they look like running prior to having a baby. And again, so many women have said to me, well, I leaked even before I had a baby when I ran. So then you might find stuff in their running form that might help explain that like Mabel's that go straight ahead? You know, things like that. But it does give us sort of an understanding of, is the running form that we're seeing right now, is that speaking to why they're having the injury, the, whatever it is, or is this the running form they've always had and they used to run without any difficulty. Like, you know what I mean? Like, so for me, that's how I started to create their baseline. Speaker 3 (18:15): Even if I can't see what they look like. And a lot of women will, like, when we talk about diastasis, like, you know, something like along those lines, which I might have to define for the audience, but some women will send me pictures of them in a bikini from like their early twenties. They're like, Oh my gosh, you're right. I actually had a line down the middle, but I never gave it any thought because my belly was flat. But now that my belly is not flat, you know? So it's like, that's where we can start to kind of get some comparisons for baselines. But one of my goals is to reach into the medical community, meaning the obstetricians and the midwives and the nurse practitioners. If any of you are out there is to say, let's start creating baseline. You're the first contact for some women they'll come in for a prenatal visit or something like that. Like, let's get some baselines, encourage them to take video. How will they're lifting how they're running? You know, how are they doing these things that they want to get back to afterwards so that they have a library of their own baseline? Like let's understand what they look like beforehand so that we have a better idea of how to help them find their way back. Speaker 2 (19:18): Yeah. Yeah. Great answer. Thank you. And so we've talked a little bit about this return to run after pregnancy. And I know you said that is, that's what people want to know from you. How do I go back to running after I had a baby and you know, everybody wants a protocol. If you could do this, then do this and this then do this. Right? Right. So when someone says to you, when can I start running after I had a baby, what is your answer? Speaker 3 (19:50): My answer is, and everyone hates it. It depends, but I tell them what it depends on. And so, and that's what it does get a little tricky in a situation like this, because these are some of the variables that I want to know. So my, whenever I get a question like that, my favorite is when I get it from a practitioner, what should I tell my patient who wants to get back to running? And I'm like, okay, well, my, my response to you is I actually wrote a blog like this. Like, and I always get, Hey, quick question. And I'm like, it's not a quick question. It shouldn't be a quick question. You know, did they have a vaginal delivery? Was it traumatic? Did they have forceps? Did they have a Syrian? Was it, you know, did they have bed rest? Were they on bed rest? Speaker 3 (20:29): If you're on bed rest, no, you're not gonna start running right out of the gate. You're like, you know, like there's so many variables there was it a complicated pregnancy? Was there, you know, what's been happening to them during the recovery process, have they, you know, are they having postpartum depression? You know, what's the you know, what are all these variables that they're experiencing? Where are they having postpartum depression? Or are they depressed or having baby blues, partly because they've lost their exercise program. Like what, what are all of these variables that we're looking for and what was their athletic capacity before? What is it now? Or what are their goals? Cause I like to make goal specific recommendations. So those are some of like, those are just that's scratching the surface, but I don't want to make it sound like this is an inaccessible population to work with because you don't know what all those things are. Speaker 3 (21:19): But what I usually talk to my patients about is I understand their goals and then I break them down and we start preparing for them. So my program for you needs to prepare you for what you want to do. And I need to understand the demands that you're up against. If you want to run, I need to prepare you for impact. I need to prepare you for endurance. I need to prepare you for power and possibly change of direction, depending on what you want to do. Trail runs and jump over rocks and things like that. Like I need to prepare you for what it is you're going to be up against. And part of that preparation is looking at your form, giving you great form twos, helping you build in new form, creating an interval program, getting you impact ready. Like there's, it's not just, I need you to do some curls and tell me stuff and some cables, and now you can run. Speaker 3 (22:10): And I think that that's, but that's a typical postpartum recovery program, but it isn't a prep for return to run. I need to teach you to reciprocate. I need you to strengthen into those reciprocal movement patterns. I need you to do single leg work. I need you to do single leg loaded work. I need you to do single leg impact work. You know, I gotta get you practicing some of those pieces. Then I know you're prepared. And if you're leaking or having pain or having an I give you these things we're looking for while we're doing the prep work, we're just not quite ready. We need to modify those things. Keep giving you opportunities to build capacity and strategies for the kind of work you want to do. I'm going to build that back into your system so that you're ready. And if you're, again, if you're symptomatic during all the prep work, we're just not quite ready for the actual events, but let's figure out what still needs to be tweaked and what needs work. You know what I mean? And then like, let's start with elliptical, let's start with hiking. Let's start with things that don't have impact. If we're not, if we're having symptoms with impact, like sort of really parse, what's still creating the problems so that we can troubleshoot that. And then, and then get you back into interval prep, walk, run. You know what I mean? Like it's yeah. So it's yeah. So that's running, that's more running specific. Speaker 2 (23:27): Yeah. So if you're not, it's not like, okay, the doctor gave you the all clear at six to eight weeks depending. So I'm just going to give you a walk run program. And that's what you will do. There is a lot more building because like you said you to monitor, you want to give people their program, you want to monitor their, their reaction to it, their symptoms, and then make the necessary adaptations that you need to make and use your clinical judgment. Because we know that there's not a whole lot of research around even returned to run after pregnancy. There's not a lot of research to that, correct? Speaker 3 (24:05): Yeah. We're getting, we're starting, we'll give credit where you know, we're trying, but we, yeah, we have a lot of work to do. We need to figure out there's a lot. We need to understand just basics. But, but like some of the things that I, I I'm trying to create like little things, people can remember, like prepare, then participate, monitor, and modify. Like just keep get like put those pieces together for yourself. Cause some people don't have access. That's the other thing, like if anyone out there doesn't have access for whatever reason to the practitioner, like you are, you have a lot of power by knowing what to monitor for knowing it's not normal to have pelvic pressure or leaking or pain while you're running. It's not normal. Like we want you to feel good while you're running and you know, just cause you had a baby, does it mean that you should be in pain and leak for the rest of your life? Speaker 3 (25:01): Like that's an incorrect, like I think we did. We say we're going to bust myths. Like that's a myth D please don't buy into it. So yeah, and I think I lost your question in there somehow. Did I? No, no, no, no. Boston my own head. No, not at all, but it is. It's like these, like what else? You know, and then follow the other thing I try to tell people is follow your success. If it seems to be that you're having more symptoms on the flats, but you're okay if you are going uphill, which is not unusual because it sort of helps you have a better running form automatically. Then let's walk the flats, run up the Hill. You don't like listen to what's happening, but learn how to interpret it. I think that's what I'm hoping clinicians can be, is really great interpreters of what's happening with the patient standing in front of them so that they can they can be better guides. Speaker 3 (25:54): I mean, that's really ultimately what we're doing. We're guiding people through their process because everyone's process is going to be a little bit different. It should be. And I would love for, I would w I went a hundred percent with lots of over the protocol, charge everybody 10 books now, but it doesn't exist because everyone is different everyone's path through pregnancy is different. That one study we have was so fascinating. All those women did something different to get through the pregnancy running. So, so we, we were just learning, right. We're learning about, about everybody's path through, through all this stuff. So how can we guide them? And I think monitoring modifying, progressing not gradually in a scared way, but in a smart way, like, Oh, we tried that. That was too far. All right. So backing off a little bit. Let's try this. Let's modify, modify, keep adapting. So I don't know. Now I'm going down a whole nother rabbit. Speaker 2 (26:48): No, no, no, that's it. This is all, this is all amazing. And I, and I really think the listeners will, we'll definitely come away with, you know, the, the monitor and make it adaptations and watch and listen. And also, like you said you sort of referenced Chris Johnson, sort of talking about the whole ecosystem. So again, I think it's important to when you are sitting down with this patient for the first time, you know, you have all these questions, but then your other questions are, well, how old, how old is your child? Do you have more than one? What are your responsibilities at home? Do you have a nanny? Are you a single mom? Are you working? What are your time constraints? Like, because all of that feeds into what kind of program you can give this person, because they may say, Hey, listen, I have 10 minutes a day to do some exercises. And, and what happens a lot is people think I only have 10 minutes a day. It's never going to work. Right. So how do you get around those with your clients? Speaker 3 (27:51): I usually use their exercise program is their fitness program, whatever it is, like rather than ask them to stop. I, and so, I mean, we're talking early postpartum versus someone who's maybe coming back two years later. Right? So you know, I try to integrate, my goals have always been, or my path has always been about building brain strategies, neuromuscular. So then I'm teaching them how to re-establish. Some of the, the, the, so let's talk early postpartum things get kind of funky in terms of how components of the central stability Central's control system operates. I'm working on helping them reconnect and implement it into their function. They have to take care of their kids. If you're lifting your kid, we're going to do it in a way that sort of pulls in the brain's going to use all these components to help them start, to learn, to be reintegrated into your movements, just movement going up the steps. Speaker 3 (28:50): Guess what steps is just like running. We're going to actually, if your goal is running, I'm going to make going up and down the steps with your laundry hamper or your baby as your prep for return to run. But we're going to do it super low impact. We're going to think it through. We're going to have to, like, we're going to rebuild that reciprocation through walking up and down the steps. We're going to, you know, match it to your function right now. But if you're two years out and you're, it's a different ball game, I'm going to use your running as your program. I'm going to adapt your running and keep you below your symptom threshold or make it look a whole heck of a lot like running so that you're motivated to do your, if your 10 minutes is spent running and that's your goal, you'll do it. Speaker 3 (29:32): Do you know what I mean? But if I say you got to lay down on the ground and do these rehab exercises that make no connection for you, you human, emotional, or your brain to your goal. You're not going to be motivated to do that. So I have always broken down their exercise programs, if they are CrossFitters or going to gym or whatever it is, show me three exercises that you like to do. Yoga, Pilates, whatever it is, what are three things let's implement these ideas and strategies under something that you enjoy, because I know you'll be compliant. And then they know you're listening. That therapeutic Alliance is there, like out of the gate, you want to help them get to their goals, Speaker 2 (30:11): Right? So it's, it's like, you can take things they're already doing and modify, adapt it, allow them, give them the tools they need to implement. What will help them in that exercise. And ultimately perhaps help them get back to their running or whatever it might be. Okay. Speaker 3 (30:31): Break it down, break it down and then build it back up. That's got it. That's a pretty straightforward way to do it with any athlete. It doesn't have to be running. But you got to know what they're up against. So I, if I am not familiar with something, I just say, show me, I don't know, show me what that is. And I don't know the words, I'm the first one to admit it, but I can't remember what that, can you just show me that and they'll sh and then you can break it down. Like, I think that's, to a lot of people's barriers to working with athletes is they don't feel comfortable with the sport. And then of course we have, you know, members of our community that say things like, well, do you lift, do you even run? I know. And it's like, like, it's really I don't, I don't surf and I will never, my first surfer when I moved to California, you know what I did, I looked at YouTube and I looked at, I watched, I watched videos. Speaker 3 (31:30): I looked, I tried to understand what are the physical demands of surfing, but that didn't mean I couldn't help him. You know what I mean? Like, don't get me started. So anyways, so I think that it intimidates because also like, that would mean that men couldn't work with female athletes too. Like, cause you don't have a vagina. Like that's, it's a, it's an illogical argument and it makes me mad. So anyway, surfing is I that's one of the examples that I use because I don't surf and I never will because I'm afraid of sharks. So we w w your job, our specialty physical therapist should be movement analysis. That to me is a pretty basic part of our definition. And I know that you can at least pick out efficiency. Do you know what I mean? Like, you can pick out efficiency and I use video, like crazy. Speaker 3 (32:19): Have them bring you videos of them. Weightlifting have them bring you videos of running, and then you can slow it down. Look at it, really carefully. Look at it at home before you stand in front of them, start to break it down, look online. What is a clean and jerk, and then ask them to send you a video of a clean and jerk compared them and start to pick out where it's different. There you go. You know what I mean? Like, I think that we create this barrier for clinicians to be able to participate in this kind of care if we make it unattainable because they don't actually participate in it anyway. Yeah. Speaker 2 (32:56): Listen, I could not agree more. I think that's the dumbest dumbest argument against a qualified physical therapist, seeing the person in front of them, because what if you're the only physical therapist for 50 mile radius? What are you supposed to like, sorry, pal. I'm not an Olympic lifter can help you. Speaker 3 (33:17): Yeah, it's so stupid. It's so stupid. Well, and it's really the other thing too then is it's also important to sort of highlight and carefully and kindly and respectfully say that's also how pelvic health is understood by so many. Well, it's not, that's not my department, but it's physically inside the woman standing in front of you. It's part of her department. So like, you may be the only practitioner for miles and you are the only person that understands the human body, the way you do as a physical therapist. It behooves you to start understanding some of these processes. When we start to talk about our differential diagnoses for runners is to understand what is happening, what, how might this have affected what I'm seeing clinically? And then it's not, it's not pelvic health, like in this movie way, it's pelvic health as a, it's a, it's a friend to helping you understand what's going on with these patients. Speaker 3 (34:16): So, so again, like in the same way that, you know, folks get scooted away from participating with female athletes or athleticism, we don't want to scoot them away from pelvic health because it's scary or UV, or it's not their department. Like we need to open those doors broadly and say, let's, let's skill everybody up. Let's equip everybody, the pelvic health community to understand fitness better, and the fitness community to understand pelvic health better. Like let's everybody come to the middle and not create barriers inside the community to those things. Like, let's appreciate the perspective that we each bring so that we can optimize the care for our patients who don't have resources to go down, you know, and with telemedicine creates new opportunities until unless we can't do it nationally. Right. Can we have a talk about that? Speaker 2 (35:08): Yeah. I would love to have a talk about that. Like maybe every, every licensing board across the country, again, it's so stupid because we take a national exam, but we're only licensed in anyway. Yeah. We could have, we could have a round table on that one. But you know, what you said is really important about so for the physical therapist or even other health professionals listening pelvic health, it does not mean that you have to be clinically prepared to do internal work, right? No, not necessary. And it just means that you're treating the musculoskeletal health of someone who happens to have a pelvis, which last I checked is everyone. And so, and so you should, you should be able to do that. You may not ha you don't have to be certified as a women's health specialist, but you can take get information, read books, watch videos, take courses so that you are competent in, let's say for the sake of this month, I'm runners treating a woman postpartum that wants to get back to running. Speaker 3 (36:25): Right. And there, and that's, and I think that that's partially, I mean, to just be fair, I think we all learn pelvic health in a very isolated way in PT schools. You know what I mean? So I think that there's been a huge change in the conversation in the pelvic health community over the years. And it's just starting to get out there in, in other ways. So it also behooves those of us. And again, like I find myself always serve in the middle of these worlds. Those of us who communicate it in a way that's relevant to like, let's be communicating in a way that is enticing to learn more. Like, I want those to gain those skills and and understand it in a way that is relevant. And I, and so, yeah, so we have a lot of work to do to the physical therapy educational programming to start to build it into models a little bit differently, so that it's under some of the other side a little differently too. Right. So it's just, we're all we're evolving, but it is true that it has classically been defined that way. Right. Like, right. And so I think so anyway, yeah. So I, I agree with you, there's a lot we can do there. And it's also like, can you at least talk about like, and to have some ability to do that is important, you know, so, Speaker 2 (37:45): Yeah. And, and hopefully people like yourself and maybe podcasts like this and other podcasts that are out there will really help clinicians. And non-clinicians, you know, your, your, your gal that, that just had a baby. Who's like, I, I don't know what to do. How, what do I do? Yeah. You know, I just had someone contact me today who is eight months pregnant and she's starting to have a little low back pain. And she said, you know, should I just go to the doctor or should I just go to any PT or what should I do? And and I was like, Oh, I'm so happy that she's reaching out for a physical therapist, you know? But a lot of people just don't even know that that's an option. Right. So, Speaker 3 (38:32): Yeah. Cause the messages, while you're pregnant, low back pain, you're pregnant, you know? And, and so it's really, there's a lot of education that needs to happen, but I do think you know, so much of it is around I'm trying to think of a good way to say this, centering the woman as like that, those concerns just because they're common. I hate the common. Not more, it's not, I hate that. I get it, but it's also like, it just always has been, but that doesn't mean that's how it should be, or it has to be moving forward. Like I think we're starting to get more female researchers, myself trying to do that too, to help, you know, we're trying to have females asking questions for females and to the credit of this one particular, he will never know. I should write him a note, but like I had a conversation once with a running researcher. Speaker 3 (39:28): And I was like, did you think about the fact that that lady was probably in continent? Like he had just done something at CSM and he goes, that would never have crossed my mind. And I, and he wasn't like a poopoo that couldn't possibly be a variable. He was like, it looks like you need to start doing some research. And it was, it was literally like the last nail in the coffin of me, like meeting that, like I knew I wanted to go that direction, but it was one of those, you know, those really landmarking conversations that just sort of are like, w wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, I'm point. Knowing what I'm doing, like cooking you in the right direction. Yeah. It's to say, you know, this is you, you understand it. And I think that's, you know, again, you know, we talked a little bit about clinical utility and research, like trying to ask the questions that women need to ask, you know, so we need for your eight month pregnant lady, we got to get better information to her and to people that can care for her in her local community. Speaker 2 (40:25): Yeah. And, and again, you know, we talked a little bit about this before we went on, but, you know, asking the right questions, asking questions, asking simple questions. Because as, as we've spoken about the research for even simple, for simple questions is not there. So before we went on, Julie was saying, you know, we don't know what the pelvic does when we go to sit to stand, what is it doing when we're walking? We don't, we don't know what's happening in the pelvis and the pelvic floor and, and, and articulations above and below. So how are we supposed to know with certainty what's happened when you're running or when you have impact or jumping? So I think these, like you said, these smaller questions need to be looked at and researched, and then hopefully that body of work can build up to something much more clinically. Speaker 3 (41:15): Yeah. We need to sort of, we need to build in the basics and, and, and, and we're working like there are teams working on that, like we have, and we're using computer modeling as a way that this is starting to get there because we can't the issue. And also, I really want to make something super clear before we get moving. This direction is one of the things that I'm trying to be really careful about is not just talking about the pelvic floor, but to talk about pelvic health, because the pelvic floor is not the only gatekeeper that creates pelvic health. And it is a component of multiple body systems. And we need to understand that those systems affect the way the pelvic floor acts and behaves and the pelvic floor itself, you know, needs to be, have attention directed at it. But B because when we talk about just pelvic floor, I think it isolated away from relevance to other areas of care. Speaker 3 (42:05): So I just want to be clear on that. So but we don't know what its behavior is. Cause we can't see it. We can't put a, you know, it's just, we are, but we're starting to get new ways to be able to understand it better through a technology advances. So we're getting there, right? Like, so that's been a barrier to understand this better in in the dynamic, in dynamic activity. And we are seeing computer modeling as an option to help us start to understand this a little bit better, but that modeling is usually done on like an N of one. One of my favorite studies is a computer modeling study, but it's with something, I can't remember the title now off the top of my head, but it was something like, you know computer modeling of pelvic, the pelvic floor during an impact activity and an athletic female or something like that, or for female athletes. Speaker 3 (42:52): But then it literally says in the methods section that the woman they chose wasn't athletic and I'm like, well, crap. Okay. But I mean, it gives us, it gives us new insight. We'll take it. But I would really like to see it on someone who is an athlete, because, you know, we want to understand all of those variables anyways. So, you know, we're just trying to get there, but we haven't always, we can't visualize the pelvic floor in when we're watching a runner, but we can watch it's relationships. We know it's related to the glutes. We know it's related to the pelvis and the low back and the abdomen and diaphragm, we can watch all those other relationships. And we're really good at that in ortho, in sports medicine. So there's all of these interrelationships that we can watch and understand that a little bit better and differently, but you know, there's elements of what's going on there today. I am grateful to our pelvic health community for their capacity to treat directly. Speaker 2 (43:49): Yeah, yeah, absolutely. And now, before we start to wrap things up what I'd like to ask you is for, let's say the clinicians that are listening to us right now what, what is your best advice to those clinicians who are working with, let's say female runners who are postpartum at any point postpartum, whether it be six weeks, six months, six years, what have you, Speaker 3 (44:22): Oh let's see. That's kind of a loaded question, but I think it would be to learn to ask questions like that would be my best advice, like, and ask questions that make you a little uncomfortable. You will get more comfortable with it. And understand that what you're trying to do is open a door of communication. Like create a conversation around this with your athletes. Here's what we know, which is not much, but my understanding is after you've had a baby or two, it affects your running form and you can hang on to those changes six weeks, six months, six years, whatever, wherever they are, unless we actually look at them. So I'm wondering how that as part of your medical history is affecting what you're doing, but along with that often comes problems with how you're activating your abdomen. Or you might have a public health consideration like leaking when you're running or painful sex constipation. Speaker 3 (45:24): Like there's other problems that women have that are under the public health realm. You know, and so so I'm going to ask you, so have them in your intake form, have them, you know, are you comfortable having a conversation with me about that part of your life and your experience? Cause I'm wondering how it might be affecting what we're seeing here. We understand that there's an interrelationship with learning. The research is limited, but, and if you're not comfortable talking to me, understand that, you know, it is something that I think might be a variable. And so I'm going to actually at least try to incorporate your pelvic floor and your diaphragm and some of those interrelationships into our programming. But I also have someone down the street that you can talk to a few, be more comfortable. I just want to open that door, like open the door to a conversation. Speaker 3 (46:07): Like if that, if nothing else, if they aren't comfortable, you also should be skilling up to understand these components. How do you, what should, what do you see in a typical postpartum runner start looking for navels, start looking, going to central park, whatever it is, start to pay attention to these other variables and serve to give fit, give it new. Meaning like I, cause I read a lot of running research and athletics like sports medicine research and the meaning that it's attributed that is attributed to it is often based on what we've understood in men or like a strength based model. Like, well, they're just there post your chain. Isn't strong enough. Well, my question is why, why would every freaking females post your chain the off? Let's put that. Let's start thinking about that. That's the kind of questions I want to ask. Like the why we're seeing that as our common, it's not just structure, it can't just be structured because women aren't all structured the same P S all women do not run it into your tilt. Speaker 3 (47:08): Like they don't, what do you mean? Come on. Nobody does the same thing. All of us. Like it can't be. So it's like with what we've put this meaning on it and if you're postpartum or you're pregnant, you're you have an anterior tilt. Well, we have to have research has shown us. That's not true. So it's like, and then I don't know how you can overstride and inter tilt at the same time. Like, we need to really think about that because, but we've always, that's sort of the lens. And so everything gets filtered through it to the point that we exclude, like other, like, instead of thinking, Oh, well, this can't be the explanation. Let's ask other questions. It's this becomes the definition. Does that make, am I making sense? A hundred percent. Yeah. So it's like, how do we start say, okay, that's we didn't get to the bottom of it. Speaker 3 (47:57): What other questions can we be asking? And and, and to start to look at women, not just women, men too. So it's, it's like, how can we start to ask our questions a little bit differently? How can we start to and really it's to look for the, why's not, what is, why, why in the world are we finding this with all of our female athletes? Could it be the way that we've trained them to suck their stomachs in all the time, since they were 12 and 10, you know, like how could that possibly affect an entire generation of, of participants, right. Let's start looking at this, you know, so yeah. So I love her. Yeah. I mean, we brought up Eric Miura prior, so we'll throw him a little shout out here, but I wanna, I, I heard him speak at a conference. Speaker 3 (48:45): I don't even know time has no meaning now, but and one of the things he said was I, which I love was talking about with research. When you read the conclusion and research, is, is there any other explanation that could have come to that same conclusion based on what you're seeing in the light? And I thought that's so smart because sometimes I'm like, Oh, yay. My biases, my biases, whatever affirmed. And, but I, but so he was referring to that related to the research, but I think one of the things that I keep trying to think through for myself, and I think would be a really wise way for all of us as clinicians to think about it is what are other reasons why they responded to my treatment? What are other reasons that they could be experiencing this problem that has nothing to do with what I've always understood? Speaker 3 (49:28): You know what I mean? And I am sharing my bias. Like when I look at a female runner, I'm not like, Oh, that calf looks weak. I'm like, Oh, wow. Look at their central control system. Cause that's, you know, that's my lens. So I, you know, so I want to be open to understanding all of that other stuff, but I already, I already learned all that stuff. And this piece is something that isn't being considered by a lot of permissions. And so, yeah, so again, we need to start just broadening our lens and I think we're broadening it. I hope to look at females as not just little men and the problem we have wider pelvises, estrogen, and Q angles. Like there's other things happening for us that, that are not explained by those things. You know what I mean? Speaker 2 (50:13): Absolutely. Yeah. Thank you. This was awesome. Now, where can people find more information about you, more information about your, you have a running a female running course, where can, yes. Where can, where can we find all of that? Speaker 3 (50:32): I am at Julie PT and I have discovered that you can misspell my name and still find me. So it's J U L I E w I E B E P t.com. And I have, I do have an online course that was recorded from alive lives online opportunity. So it does have that flair that feel, but it also has the questions, which I love. And, but I also have lots of free resources in terms of blogs, videos. I do a lot of podcasts and have a newsletter to let you know about when opportunities are coming up. Like this one and what's coming up for us this next week to be a part of the round table. But but yeah, and I'm on all the socials Speaker 2 (51:19): You're everywhere. Thank you so much. You're all over the place in a good way. Not in a bad way, in a good way. So thanks so much before we sign off, I'll ask you the same question I ask everyone, and I probably asked you at twice or three times already, but we'll ask again, you can keep giving the same answer I want growing and learning. So that's true, but that's true. Yeah. So what advice would you give to your younger self? You know, what I'm going to share? Speaker 3 (51:49): It's funny. I was just thinking about this before we got on, but, and this is something that I've learned during the pandemic and and it's from Aaron Nyquist just, but he was referring to the spiritual, but I'm going to relate it to our walkthrough. Learning is instead of thinking of learning as this linear thing that I learned this, and now I know this, so that's stupid. I learned I'm making it on my hand. No one can see me. I forgot it was on a podcast, but instead of it being linear, which is so much of what ends up happening in our rural this dichotomy, Oh, well, biomechanics is stupid pain. Science is everything like, instead of it becoming linear in our thoughts is to think include and transcend. And instead of it being a linear line that it'd be concentric circles. And I was like, Oh my gosh, if I could be a learner like that, always if I had started my thought processes that way, like, wow, that would have been important for me as a person growing, but as a clinician growing to like that, instead of it becoming these battles that we get between these dichotomous, like VMO and like Karen, you remember BIMA, well, remember BMO, but instead of these like dichotomous thought processes, let's see, what can we continue to include? Speaker 3 (53:05): And then how do we transcend it doesn't mean that what we used to think was horrible and versus stupid. It's like, how do we keep building on that in concentric circles versus this linear thought process? So, yeah, so that was, that was just on my mind today. Speaker 2 (53:19): What wonderful advice it's like, it's like a reverse, it's like a reverse funnel. Yeah. Yeah. It just keeps getting brought. Our perspectives should broaden our questions should really never be answered. Like we should never get to the end of that. Do you know what I mean? And I just, I, anyway, it was a really just as so much has changed and, and it's been a really challenging year for all of us. I thought it was a, and we're headed back to a new transcendent, normal that I hope will bring a lot of changes for all of us. You know, I just, it was, I, I think it's a really important perspective as clinicians to, so I thank you so much for sharing that and thank you for spending the time today and tomorrow. I know, and tomorrow is our round table with you and Ellie and Chris and, and Tom. Speaker 2 (54:08): And I was saying like, gosh, to have the four of you on like one stage is like, Holy crap. I can't even believe it. So thank you for that. And so everyone you can find out how to join us all by going to podcast dot healthy, wealthy, smart.com. I mentioned it in the beginning, in the intro as well. So Julie, thank you so much. I appreciate you and appreciate your, your knowledge and your insight. Well, thanks so much for having me again, Karen. I appreciate it. And everyone, thanks so much for listening. Have a great week and stay healthy, wealthy and stuff. Speaker 1 (54:38): Mark, thank you for listening. And please subscribe to the podcast at podcast dot healthy, wealthy, smart.com. And don't forget to follow us on social media.

FiftyFive.One Podcast
216: Wiebe Haiku

FiftyFive.One Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2021 66:41


Mark, Rodrigo, and Wes are joined by professional city-planning troll, Alex Schieferdecker. They talk about Hassani Dotson's emergence in the USMNT set up and discuss what role he can or should play for Minnesota United. They close read professional soccer realtor Andrew Wiebe's haiku about Minnesota United. Then they discuss WanchopeWatch. Finally Alex explains his ranking of every MLS stadium and why everyone hates him.

ExtraTime
Who is the top No. 9 in MLS? Gyasi? Josef? Chicharito? Plus, season previews (MIN, CHI, RBNY, LA)

ExtraTime

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 81:55


Who is the best No. 9 in MLS? Josef? Gyasi? Ruidiaz? Chicharito? Pulido? Other? Calen Carr gives his Top 5 (1:12:17) after the guys dig through Concacaf Olympic qualifying and four more 2021 season previews. First up, Minnesota United, who are a Top 3 team in the West according to Doyle and have Bebelo Reynoso to thank for it. Meanwhile, Wiebe is rooting for the Fire to ditch the Keystone Cops routine, the Red Bulls are going all-in on the press but the year isn’t 2016 or 2018 and Chicharito definitely isn’t the most interesting thing about the Galaxy. That’d be 18-year-old playmaker Efra Alvarez, currently in a tug of war between the US and Mexico. 4:36 – Atlanta United … get their CB! 7:24 – Shoutout to didychrislito, your eMLS Cup Champion 9:02 – USMNT Olympic Qualifying! Does the Mexico game matter? 16:00 – Minnesota United FC Season Preview 32:24 – Chicago Fire FC Season Preview 44:59 – New York Red Bulls Season Preview 56:37 – LA Galaxy Season Preview 1:12:17 – Top Five No. 9s in MLS

Astros Baseball
Brittany Wiebe: Houston Astros

Astros Baseball

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 32:58


On this episode, Michelle and Rob are joined by the Astros Latin American Strength and Conditioning Coach, Brittany Wiebe. We discussed everything from her growing up playing sports, to having a full ride scholarship for basketball, to starting her career with the Astros in the DR. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/astrosbaseball/message

Embracing Balance Podcast
068. Overcoming Exercise Addiction & Finding Joy in Movement with Nyla Wiebe

Embracing Balance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2021 53:38


Today on the podcast we interview Nyla Wiebe, Certified Health and Life Coach. We talk about her struggles with an eating disorder and exercise addiction. She shares about her years’ struggle with compulsive exercise and the catalyst that pushed her to overcome it. Through her strong faith, she was able to find her worth outside of her body size and find full freedom from compulsive exercise. She now has a beautiful relationship with movement. We also talk about how to let go of control and trust your body, as well as how to find a balanced and joyful relationship with movement.   Connect with Nyla Wiebe: https://www.nutritionwithnyla.org/ IG: @nutritionwithnyla Connect with the Podcast: IG: @embracingbalancepodcast Email: embracingbalancepodcast@gmail.com Freebies: Intuitive Eating Playbook Clean Beauty Cheat Sheet Connect with Victoria: IG: @nondiet_rn victoria-yates.com Victoria's Beautycounter The Nourish Lab Connect with Katherine: katherineherbison.com IG: @katherine.herbison Katherine's Beautycounter  

Canucks Central
Feb 21: Hansen and Wiebe join Central

Canucks Central

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 143:09


Bik Nizzar and Raja Shergill host Canucks Central Sunday and are joined by Jannik Hansen (00:26) and Ken Wiebe (00:53). The views and opinions expressed in this podcast are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Rogers Sports & Media or any affiliates.

ExtraTime
Thierry Henry to Bournemouth? Plus, why Chicharito deserves a pass for nightmare 2020

ExtraTime

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2021 72:36


Thierry Henry to Bournemouth? The guys ponder the latest rumors around CF Montreal’s manager. Could the Championship be in his future? What can Henry show with Montreal if he stays in MLS? Plus, why Wiebe says Chicharito ought to get a pass for a nightmarish 2020, we play free-agent matchmaker, break down potential destinations for Frankie Amaya and imagine better times in the Mailbag. 5:11 – Thierry Henry to Bournemouth? Does it make sense?  17:17 – One potential coaching replacement if Henry leaves 20:16 – Can CF Montreal build on their 2020 season? 24:20 – Should Chicharito get a pass for nightmarish 2020? 33:31 – Predicting Chicharito’s goal total for 2021… 36:36 – Free Agent matchmaker 47:07 – Breaking down the Frankie Amaya trade rumors 56:38 – Why hasn’t the USL to MLS pathway happened more? 1:00:58 – Mailbag

Your Simply Big Life
Nyla Wiebe on The Joy of Intuitive Movement

Your Simply Big Life

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2021 62:15


I absolutely love how this conversation unfolded! Nyla and I chat about intuitive movement from all angles. We chat about everything from knowing our why when it comes to when and how we move our body to some incredibly practical tips and advice that Nyla shares on how to fight back against diet  culture and listen to our body's cues on a daily basis.  This is one you don't want to miss and will probably will want to share with a friend or two!  Connect with Nyla  IG:  https://www.instagram.com/nutritionwithnyla/ Website:  https://www.nutritionwithnyla.org    Connect with Sarah  Peace and Productivity Planner Facebook Group Instagram www.asimplybiglife.com

Brass & Unity
#19 - Danielle Wiebe

Brass & Unity

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2021 70:54


Danielle is the Founder of Business Babes Collective, which provides community and education to entrepreneurial women through monthly events, workshops and online Mastermind Groups. She is also a Dare to Dream award recipient, public speaker, and podcaster. www.instagram.com/businessbabesco Watch on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3opNURn - - - - - - - - - - - - - SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS Good F*cking Design Advice - 15% off with code UNITY - www.gfda.co Heads up Guys - https://headsupguys.org Combat Flip Flops - 25% off with code UNITY - https://combatflipflops.com BN3TH - 15% off with code UNITY - https://bn3th.com - - - - - - - - - - - - - SHOP B&U Jewelry & Eyewear: https://brassandunity.com - - - - - - - - - - - - - Follow #brassandunity IG: https://instagram.com/brassandunity FB: https://facebook.com/brassandunity - - - - - - - - - - - - - Follow Kelsi IG: https://instagram.com/kelsie_sheren

ExtraTime
Gregg Berhalter calls in to talk USMNT progress, respect in Europe & busy 2021

ExtraTime

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2021 82:22


USMNT manager Gregg Berhalter joins the Extratime guys to talk about the strengths of the player pool, growing respect for Americans in Europe, golden generation vs. first wave and misinterpretations of the False 9. Plus, Jon Arnold (The Striker Texas) jumps on to explain what FC Dallas will do with the Bryan Reynolds transfer and whether the Homegrown pipeline is set to keep producing. Stick around for offseason winners, the state of Sporting KC and FC Cincinnati’s roster builds and more! 2:01 - Thoughts on Philly’s new kit 4:00 - Cyle Larin, Jonathan David, Tim Weah … Concacaf abroad 7:07 – INTERVIEW: Gregg Berhalter on the player pool, respect in Europe and a busy 2021 29:15 - State of Sporting KC’s roster build  34:39 - State of FC Cincinnati’s roster build 41:41 - Biggest offseason winners from Doyle, Wiebe and Gass 52:50 – INTERVIEW: Jon Arnold talks FC Dallas transfers, Homegrowns and MLS in Texas 53:33 - What will FC Dallas do with the Bryan Reynolds money? 1:06:38 - Houston Dynamo + Carlos Salcedo? Where are the Dynamo headed? 1:09:21 – Austin FC tracking well for expansion season 1:12:37 - Quick hits on transfers around MLS 1:17:57 – Jesus Ferreira in the Mailbag 

As We Live Podcast
Becoming a new Creation with Bill Wiebe

As We Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2021 32:49


Bill Wiebe joins Steve and Lyle to talk about becoming a new creation.Support the show (https://www.straitpaths.com/donate)

As We Live Podcast
Bill Wiebe (LOP Teacher)

As We Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2020 20:54


Lyle and Steve talk to Bill Wiebe as he shares his life and background.Support the show (https://www.straitpaths.com/donate)

The Poecast
BONUS: Kelsey Wiebe on Food Freedom, Intuitive Eating, and MORE

The Poecast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2020 58:51


In this episode of The Poecast, Adam interviews Kelsey Wiebe on intuitive eating, breaking free from diet culture, finding freedom, and MORE.  Kelsey Wiebe is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and Nutrition Coach with over 10 years experience. After recovering from her own 18-year battle with disordered eating, she now specializes in empowering women to hear their relationship with food and exercise so they can show up fully in a life and body that they love.  Want to connect with Kelsey? Find her on... Instagram: @kelseywiebept Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/rediscoveryouhealthyfitfree Please subscribe, rate, and review the show! Do you have any questions for The Poecast? Give Adam a follow on instagram (adam_poehlmannfit). Every Sunday Adam will post a question box on his instagram story. That is your green light to ask any questions you may have regarding health, fitness, nutrition, life, etc. heck, ask whatever you'd like! You can find Adam and Poehlmann Fitness on instagram (adam_poehlmannfit), Facebook (facebook.com/poehlmannfitness), or the web (www.poehlmannfitness.com). Do you want to boost your metabolism, increase your strength and muscle, AND lose body fat? Check out Premier Coaching at Poehlmann Fitness (www.poehlmannfitness.com/premier-coaching). With 24/7 access to Adam as your personal coach, along with custom-tailored training programs and nutrition protocols, you'll be able to reach your goals and maintain your results like never before.

ExtraTime
The Soccer HOF is BROKEN! Plus, why Armas was fired & what's next for Red Bulls

ExtraTime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2020 75:15


What are we doing?! WHAT ARE WE DOING?! We’re not talking about the World Cup. We’re talking about National Soccer Hall of Fame voting and the process that continues to deny players their rightful place in the Hall. Wiebe rants, then David, Doyle and Calen dig through a busy MLS weekend: Galaxy’s El Trafico dominance, Sebastian Blanco’s injury, Crew and Dynamo excellence, Reynoso’s debut and much more. Plus, Brenden and Paxten Aaronson on MLS Next and the plan for their futures in Philadelphia (and beyond). 2:24 – Hall of Fame voting is broken, and the voters ought to take the blame, too   15:06 – Why Red Bulls fired Chris Armas and what comes next   28:16 – The Galaxy are good again! And that’s good for MLS…   37:02 – What Sebastian Blanco injury means for the Timbers   42:52 – The Dynamo are good, too! How good? TBD   49:02 – Rest of the MLS Weekend…   56:22 – INTERVIEW: Brenden and Paxten Aaronson on their path to MLS, someday Europe