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Currently in the United States, the average lifespan is approximately 78 years-old; scientists are studying the aging process, what can influence it and how we might able to extend our lifespan. Recently the Washington Post ran an article on Longevity that addresses many of the topics about aging that scientists are currently studying. This Quick Fit Tip is a review of that article which identifies what you could be doing to slow down how the passage of time effects your body. Read the Washington Post article HERE (note: it might be behind a paywall) Learn more about the science of aging and what you might be able to do to extend your lifespan; purchase a copy of Lifespan, Dr. David Sinclair's book HERE (this is an affiliate link, a commission will be earned) https://petemccallfitness.com Order a copy of Ageless Intensity: High Intensity Workouts to Slow the Aging Process: https://amzn.to/3mH3HNf Order a copy of Smarter Workouts: The Science of Exercise Made Simple https://amzn.to/3fub1Yl (both of the links above are affiliate links, a commission will be earned with purchase) Get relief from sore muscles and promote recovery after hard workouts; order the NIMBL XLR8 massage gun - use code AAF20 to save 20% https://joinnimbl.com/products/xlr8 Dynamic anatomy; $29 https://allaboutfitness.inspire360.com/allaboutfitness/dynamic-anatomy-recorded-webinar-and-e-book-bundle-copy Learn how your muscles and fascia function as an integrated system to move your body along with how to design the most effective exercise programs for the core, legs, inner thighs, shoulders AND glutes. 0.2 CECs - ACE, NASM and AFAA Dynamic anatomy e-book; $7 Learn how your muscles and fascia work to move your body. https://allaboutfitness.inspire360.com/allaboutfitness/dynamic-anatomy-how-your-body-moves-during-exercise Exercise program design for the fountain of youth; $49 https://allaboutfitness.inspire360.com/allaboutfitness/exercise-for-the-fountain-of-youth Learn the science of how exercise can burn fat, build muscle AND slow down the aging process, includes workout programs to help you find your fountain of youth. 0.3 ACE, 0.4 NASM and 4 AFAA Exercise for the Fountain of Youth e-book; $7 Learn how exercise can help you to slow aging and find your fountain of youth. https://allaboutfitness.inspire360.com/allaboutfitness/allaboutfitness/exercise-for-the-fountain-of-youth-e-book Total Body Core Training; $67 https://allaboutfitness.inspire360.com/allaboutfitness/total-body-core-training-continuing-education-program-for-fitness-professionals Learn the science of exercise program design and how to build a stronger body by first creating the foundation of a strong core. The course includes a progressively challenging exercise program that will keep you working out all year long. 0.4 ACE, 0.5 NASM and 5 AFAA CECs Functional Core Training; $7 Explains how to build a strong body starting with your core muscles. https://allaboutfitness.inspire360.com/allaboutfitness/allaboutfitness/functional-core-training-e-book Glute Reboot; $29 https://allaboutfitness.inspire360.com/allaboutfitness/glute-reboot-all-about-exercise-for-the-glutes An online course in collaboration with Master Trainer Abbie Appel; learn how the muscles of the gluteal complex work as well as a number of effective exercises to help them function (and look) better 0.2 ACE, NASM and AFAA CECs - $29 Bundle: Functional Core Training, Dynamic Anatomy and Exercise for the Fountain of Youth; $17 https://allaboutfitness.inspire360.com/allaboutfitness/e-book-bundle-exercise-for-the-fountain-of-youth-functional Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Biden's heavy handedness can be a talking point on every episode it appears. Apologies, but the man does something so egregiously tyrannical on a routine basis, that the guys have no choice but to discuss the dumpster fire that is his administration. This week was no exception when he implored Attorney General Merrick Garland to [...]
On October 15, the John L. Thornton China Center at Brookings hosted Li Chunling, who presented the key findings from her new book “China's Youth” from Brookings Institution Press, and a panel discussion of leading experts who examined the implications of this exceptional generation for the country and the world. Subscribe to Brookings Events on iTunes, send feedback email to email@example.com, and follow us and tweet us at @policypodcasts on Twitter. To learn more about upcoming events, visit our website. Brookings Events is part of the Brookings Podcast Network.
Biathlete Sean Doherty is no stranger to success. As a junior, we won 10 medals at the Youth and Junior World Championships. Today, he's a leader on the U.S. Biathlon Team and a role model for the next generation. Doherty talks about his career as one of America's top biathletes and about the sport he loves.
Should I stay or should I go? Today we're going to talk about 10 things for parents and players to consider regarding whether you should stay with your current travel team or whether it's time to move on.Follow Moms and Baseball:Keep up with Moms and Baseball on our website: https://momsandbaseball.comFollow us on Facebook, Instagram, and TwitterJoin our Facebook group, Parents and BaseballMentionsEpisode 60: (Throwback Episode) Dads and Baseball Takeover - Choosing a Travel TeamEpisode 35: Mark Hammond II & the Nationally-Ranked 11u MC Hit Dogs MajorsEpisode 20: From 19u to the Big Ten: MI Select Coach on 2020 College Commits for Entire Team----------HELP SUPPORT MOMS AND BASEBALL by visiting our affiliate Mambe Blankets! Listeners will receive 10% off any Mambe product by using the discount code "MOMSANDBASEBALL" Mambe Hooded Waterproof Blankets:100% waterproof/windproofHeat-reflective liningInclude a fleece-lined hood and snaps so you can wear it like a ponchoWrap you from head to toe!Made in the USAAre the warmest, coziest blanket you will find, and were well-loved by Diana and Stephanie long before the podcast existed :)AFFILIATE LINK: https://mambeblankets.com?aff=13 Mambe Waterproof BlanketsUse the discount code "MOMSANDBASEBALL" to get 10% off any MAMBE products
Climate change. Health care. Education. Debt. These are just a few of the issues being debated today in the halls of power. The results of these debates will have profound consequences for all of us, but perhaps no group will be more affected than the young. With such a clear stake in the outcome, it might be surprising to learn that as a group, young people are less likely to vote and serve in public offices than older generations. In this podcast, Dr. Christine Huebner of Nottingham Trent University and Scott Warren, co-founder of the preeminent civics education organization Generation Citizen, met with Lauren Burke of GMF Cities to discuss why young people are less engaged in traditional politics, how they are engaging, and the perennial question of whether it is better to effect change from within or force it from the outside. This discussion was inspired by the work of the Cities Fortifying Democracy project. GMF Cities, with the support of Germany's Federal Foreign Office, is leading a two-year, transatlantic multi-city cohort to explore and advance city practices in strengthening democracy. The project, called Cities Fortifying Democracy, will examine city innovations in governing, voting & elections, public safety & justice, and local journalism.
All he wanted to do was get a course created and launched. He'd spent money on other courses to try and teach him the ways to do it, but for some reason, in over 12 months of going through the steps, he hadn't been able to get what he needed.Enter, the One Funnel Away Challenge. After being “Funneled” himself, through the expert secrets book funnel haha, he ended up in the OFA Challenge in November of 2019. With that, he hit the ground running and found the Challenge was perfectly designed for what he needed.The OFA Challenge had the structure, and the accountability, and the urgency, that he needed in order to launch his course. He didn't necessarily have the product, but as Enoch himself says, he had the DREAM when he started!In 30 days, he was able to launch his funnel which ultimately ended up paying for his ClickFunnels subscription so he could keep his account up and running. He continues to build his business and add to his value ladder to this day so that he can continue to inspire others and serve more of his people!Find out all about his journey today on the show! This is one you will want to take notes, because it's just that good!And make sure you are following Enoch on all of his platforms. Find him on social media by typing in The Army of Youth, and make sure to check out his funnel at:CallingtoCareerAcademy.comIf you are interested in taking the OFA Challenge, head to OneFunnelAway.com and start today. We'll see you there!
Yesterdays heroes are now todays villains. Nurses, doctors, medics, emt's, anyone who doesn't want to cave to mandates. How is this agenda effecting our youth? Watch The MVM Show on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChfUd5fvEkW97ZwEwT4mEYw/featured?view_as=public Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
JC Groves was born into a very strict, conservative Independent Fundamental Baptist family. His parents were part of a large IFB church in Indiana while his father went to an IFB bible school. In the mid 80s they moved to Chattanooga so his father could continue his studies at Tennessee Temple University. JC comes from a family of preachers. His father and grandfather Charlie Sturgill both served as IFB pastors. JC has been serving in ministry as a student pastor in Tennessee, Georgia and Utah since 2001. In 2012, he and his family moved back to Georgia to help start the Ringgold Campus of Rock Bridge Community Church where he served as Campus Pastor through September 2020. JC and his family now live in Statesboro, GA where he serves as the College & Student Pastor at Connection Church. JC is married to Kym and they have 6 kids, all 10 years old and under: Kaden, Colton, Corbin, Kenzie, Katie Mae & Karoline Jane – and a chocolate labradoodle named Bowden. Get Connected with JC Groves: · Facebook · Instagram · Twitter Get Connected with Youth & Culture: · Facebook · Instagram · Youtube Covenant Eyes: If you want more information on Covenant Eyes and how to protect your home or use it as a resource for parents and students in your ministry then click the link! Make sure you signup today! Music Provided by hooksounds.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ryan-sebastian/message
How should the UN involve young people more? How can young people benefit from mentorship? And are young people content with the pace of global governance? In this episode, Maria Isabelle Wieser, the former Deputy Director of Foraus and former Head of the Think Tank Hub joined the #NextPagePod for a discussion about the role of youth in multilateralism, barriers to diversity for young voices and how to best meaningfully engage youth in the decisions of today. Foraus is a Swiss think tank that advocates for constructive foreign policy and informative dialogue. They provide a platform for young people to access and contribute to a foreign policy outside of the current political party system and publish scientific-based policy recommendations. Currently, there are over 120 volunteers across 12 different thematic groups and 9 regional groups with the two central hubs located in Geneva and Zurich. In discussion with the Director of the UN Library & Archives Geneva, Francesco Pisano, Maria Isabelle explores her experiences navigating the foreign policy scene in Geneva from being bombarded by meetings in her first year to managing a young team throughout a pandemic. She also discusses the current limitations for young people to access international organizations and what needs to be done to best engage young people beyond surface-level meetings. Resources: More about Maria Isabelle Wieser: Maria Isabelle Wieser – Foraus Making Gender Work: The International Dimensions of Labour Market Inequality in Switzerland Making Gender Work (foraus.ch) Where to find Foraus: More about Foraus: Foraus – foraus Facebook : @forausthinktank / @ThinkTankHubGeneva Twitter : @foraus / @ThinkTankHub_CH LinkedIn : Foraus - Swiss forum on foreign policy Transcript: click here Listen to us also on: Apple podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-next-page/id1469021154 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/10fp8ROoVdve0el88KyFLy Podbean: https://unitednationslibrarygeneva.podbean.com/ Follow us: https://www.facebook.com/UNOGLibrary https://twitter.com/UNOGLibrary Content: Speakers: Maria Isabelle Wieser & Francesco Pisano Host: Tiffany Verga Editor & Producer: Tiffany Verga Social media designs: Tiffany Verga Recorded & produced at the United Nations Library & Archives Geneva
Preacher: Noah Soistmann October 13, 2021 Title: Jesus Proclaimed Text: Acts 2:14-41 Main Idea: The call to the christian life is a call to a life of community. Gods spirit filled church is a community.. that is learning. (v42-43) that is caring. (v. 42,44,46-47) that is giving. (v.45)
Ep 19 | Answers for LifeWhat. are the elements that make up a good gospel witness? Have you ever caught yourself wondering how to approach someone with the gospel? This week on the podcast, Pastor Shelly and host, Noah Wagner look to the example of Jesus with his conversation at the woman at the well in John 4. Jesus demonstrates to us what are the core elements that make up a gospel witness.Our Approach (John 4:7-9)Our Actions (John 4:10-15)Our Attitude (John 4:16-18)Our Appeal (John 4:19-26)Pastor Shelly Chandler is the pastor of First Baptist Bonifay in Bonifay, FL, located in the panhandle of Florida. Pastor Shelly has been pastor of FBB for nearly 18 years. Hosted by Noah Wagner, Associate Pastor of Youth and Media at First Baptist Bonifay.If you haven't yet, listen to the following previous episodes.What is the Gospel? - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/answers-for-life-with-pastor-shelly/id1528563826?i=1000497121045How to transition into the gospel? - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/answers-for-life-with-pastor-shelly/id1528563826?i=1000489538276What is accomplished when we pray for the Lost? - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/answers-for-life-with-pastor-shelly/id1528563826?i=1000537640239
Life in the Urban City | The Disparate Impact of Pandemic To Students| Season 2 - Episode 10 Speakers: Paul H. & Eric V. Topic: The Disparate Impact of Pandemic To Students Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Youtube | Website - Just Us 4 Youth created a podcast called Life in the Urban City which brings to life the stories JU4Y youth and staff go through on a daily basis. We want to encourage students to know they are not the only person going through these tough life situations. For the youth worker we want to encourage you and help you persevere through the tough times life brings you. If there are any topics as a student or youth worker you would love to hear us talk about please let us know.
Economic research has shown that among Americans, Latinos spend the most, but save and invest the least as demographic. Beatriz Acevedo has set out to change that. During the pandemic, she co-founded SUMA Wealth with the mission of helping close the Latino wealth gap via youth-focused, pop culture–inspired financial content and fintech tools. In this episode, Beatriz sits down with her friend, Alice Rodriguez, head of community impact at JPMorgan Chase & Co., to discuss the venture, her motivation, and her goals. Motivation from her border roots Beatriz describes herself as “a very proud border girl, an immigrant entrepreneur.” Born to parents who lived in San Diego but purposefully moved across the border for their daughter to be born a Mexican citizen, Beatriz describes her father as “the classic Latino man who came from absolutely nothing.” A proponent of hard work and education, he became an attorney and started a philanthropic foundation 30 years ago. “Every cent he made in his career, he put it back into the foundation for educational opportunities for our community,” she notes. Beatriz shared that her parents' work and philanthropic focus profoundly shaped her motivations. “I've always felt like I am one of those Latina outliers that was able to have opportunities from a young age,” she tells Alice. “It doesn't mean I didn't work hard for them, but we know in our community, there are so many deserving Latinos and Latinas that worked so hard and are still not given the opportunities, whether it's capital, whether it's boards, whether it's advancement on a job. So I want to spend as much time as I possibly can every day opening as many doors as I possibly can for my community.” Ethos of a brand Alice describes how the demographic discrepancies in the economic impact of the pandemic inspired her to move forward with SUMA Wealth. Alice was an established philanthropist and a leader in digital media and brings a focus on the Latino point of view to multiple mainstream entertainment platforms, but she recognized that Latinos were being hit the hardest by both health and economic measures during the pandemic. “We had the least amount of emergency savings [and] were not equipped for something like this to happen in our families,” she says. Beatriz knew she could help reverse that trend. Despite the fact that her background was in media, entertainment and marketing—not finance—she co-founded SUMA Wealth at the height of the pandemic. Knowing that younger Latinos are the fastest-growing demographic spurred Beatriz to focus SUMA on them. “These are U.S.-born kids who are English dominant, consume the content in English, but they're still untrustworthy of certain financial institutions because they just don't know, they want to learn more, and they want to have that trust,” she explains. “And I thought, now's a really incredible opportunity to build a brand and a community that really speaks to them in culture, more than in language.” Beatriz explains that with SUMA, her goal is to empower the Latino community by building trust around tools and services that are already available to them. Adding the in-culture media context ensured its success: In its first ten months, SUMA surpassed all of its growth metrics. Looking ahead One key message that Beatriz strives to share with the Latino community is that when it comes to improving your finances or financial literacy, it's never too early and it's never too late. “A big goal that we have at SUMA is to really empower our community with so many tools and services that are already available to them, but to have the trust,” she says. “And I think doing it through the youth, through the millennials, through the gen Z's and the families and the communities, is a really smart way to do it because they are the big influencers and an ROI through one of them is never one-to-one, it's always one-to-many. So I think that's how we need to think about really scaling this information into our community.” This month SUMA is launching a free financial check-up tool where people can track how they are doing on saving, paying off debt, investing, and other financial indicators. “I would love to see that growth in our community of feeling comfortable, not just being the biggest spenders,” she tells Alice. “I would love to change that data from the biggest spenders to the biggest savers and investors. I would feel incredibly satisfied with that as part of my legacy.”
We make it easy to learn from the Story of Kevin Youkalis “Youk” . Our cliff notes. Here is his street Cred: 3x Major League Baseball All-Star, 2x World Series Champion , Boston Red Sox Hall of Famer (a wild card playoff win against the yankees), and Recipient of both Gold Glove Award and American League Hank Aaron Award (best hitter in the league). On top of that, he is well known for leaving it all on the field….every day. “Grit, grinder, scrappy and Johnny hustle” are just a few words that have been used to describe Kevin Youkalis. Connect with Kevin IG @kevinyoukilis_ggoh Twitter @greekgodofhopsAnd you can check out his restaurant Loma Brewing Company in Los Gatos, Ca if you are ever in the area and maybe you'll catch him while you're there! Let's connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast @iamachampionpodcastIGhttps://instagram.com/iamachampionpodcast?utm_medium=copy_linkTikTokhttps://vm.tiktok.com/ZMd4o13PS/Follow our personal instagram email@example.com://instagram.com/doctor.aprilm?utm_medium=copy_link@ro_glowhttps://www.instagram.com/ro_glow/?hl=enCheck out our youtube channel for videos and highlights from the episodes @iamachampionhttps://m.youtube.com/channel/UCdQxNDW9CIoosIlmes562jAShow Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this outhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-am-a-champion/id1574745683Big shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast hit up @upstarterpods on instagram!
Buckle up! Dave Rahn is a youth ministry researcher, author, futurist and missional leadership strategist. After beginning his ministry with Fort Wayne Area YFC in 1972, he joined the faculty of Huntington University in 1985 and served there full-time for 22 years before rejoining the mission of Youth for Christ/USA in 2007. There is so much wisdom packed into this episode. Dave's newest book, Disrupting Teens with Joy: Helping Youth Discover Jesus-Focused, Gritty Faith is packed full of well researched and tested wisdom on what real gritty faith looks like! Dave talkes about how he started Campus Life here in Huntington County (my current ministry site!) and its a full circle conversation as we are celebrating 50 years of Campus Life in our county next year. Then, Dave reads his letter to his younger self. Disrupting Teens with Joy: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08P8W8SV6/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i3
What has persecution to do with us? How should we respond? Why is there weeping in the prison cells? Todd answers these and other questions based from his many meetings with the persecuted church. - www.whenfaithisforbidden.com- www.vomradio.net- www.persecution.comYouTube Version: www.youtube.com/RadicalLifestyle- Telegram channel and discussion Click HereYou can also follow Andrew and Daphne on their social media platforms:Andrew Kirk: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | ParlerDaphne Kirk: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | ParlerTo support the channel: Click Here- UK only Donations here: Click Here
Jonina (@JoninaTurzi) is cofounder of Lancaster Farm Sanctuary, a volunteer district leader for HSUS, & a doctor of physical therapy & yoga educator. In Sentientist Conversations we talk about the two most important questions: “what's real?” & “what matters?” Sentientism is "evidence, reason & compassion for all sentient beings." The video of our conversation is here on YouTube. We discuss: 0:00 Welcome 1:24 Jonina's Intro - Lancaster Farm Sanctuary, physical therapy, yoga teaching, sobriety, queerness 2:33 What's Real? - Hippie parents, social justice, civil rights - Catholic father & schooling, more cultural than doctrinal - Brethren Church family history - Parents with a spiritual appreciation without buying into religious doctrine - Feeling the freedom to explore "I just want you to be happy" - "It felt like a human construct" - Identifying as an atheist as a teenager - Finding a beauty in the human body (& a sense of spiritual meaning) through an anatomy class - Being bullied, as a "young queer kid", by members of "Youth for Christ" - "I have no idea what's real" - The lower & upper case "Self" in some Yoga practice - Some things might always be unknowable - Reverence, wonder & awe... openness 17:10 What (& who) Matters? - Oneness & interconnectedness - Unnecessary harm to sentient others - Might plants have a kind of sentience? "I'm OK with saying we shouldn't harm plants unnecessarily" - Seeing the similiarities between human and non-human animals through physiology - "The idea that non-human animals aren't sentient is so bizarre to me" - Movement & intent as indicators of sentience - Are Roomba's sentient? - Evolution, behaviour/comms, information processing as inferential evidence for sentience - Intrinsic & instrumental value - The ethical dangers of holistic/ecocentric thinking - "Spirtual Bypassing"... rushing to find a purpose/meaning/spiritual goal while bypassing compassion & understanding - Knowing very spiritual people who also own factory farms - A local factory farm with a Bible verse written on it - "The foundation of a spiritual practice is caring for others" - Stages of moral development: Ego, ethno, anthropocentric... 37:30 Vegetarian to vegan - Rebelling against Jonina's mother's vegetarianism as a teenager - Being vegetarian. Not understanding dairy - Seeing slaughterhouse footage & going vegan together with Jonina's partner - Social indoctrination re: animal ethics & the supernatural - Climate change - The relationship between scarcity & morality. Is it harder to be moral under scarcity? ...and much more. Full show notes at Sentientism.info and on YouTube. Sentientism is “Evidence, reason & compassion for all sentient beings.” More at Sentientism.info. Join Peter on our "I'm a Sentientist" wall via this simple form. Everyone, Sentientist or not, is welcome in our groups. The biggest so far is here on FaceBook. Thanks for the post-prod Graham.
Stanhope traps 2 lawyers in the Funhouse to discuss hijinks on the road, Mesothelioma and just what is a big bladder? We have no idea what the future holds so get on the Mailing List at https://www.dougstanhope.com/. When we know, we'll let you know. Recorded Oct. 9th, 2021 at the FunHouse in Bisbee, AZ with Doug Stanhope (@dougstanhope), Dave Raider (@daveraider), Valentina, Tracey (@Egglester), and Ggreg Chaille (@gregchaille). Produced and Edited by Chaille. Doug's new book, "No Encore For The Donkey" available exclusively at Audible.com - https://amzn.to/31uwvO0 LINKS ALWAYS - Homelessness, human trafficking, and abuse have devastating consequences for young people. Losing the opportunity for a better life shouldn't be one of them. ALWAYS opens the doors to justice and opportunity by providing no-cost legal services for survivors of human trafficking and young people in Arizona impacted by homelessness, abuse, and the foster care system. 70% of our clients are women or girls. Get involved. Youth affected by homelessness, human trafficking, abuse, and the foster care system in Arizona need your help. Become a part of the ALWAYS team and help us improve access to justice for vulnerable youth today. - https://alwaysaz.org/ The World Record Podcast - The World Record Podcast is the third and final award winning podcast created and hosted by Brendon Walsh setting the World Record for the funniest podcast in existence. - https://allthingscomedy.com/podcast/world-record-podcast Keep the ear party pumping with the ISSUES WITH ANDY podcast featuring Andy Andrist, Brett Erickson, Chad Shank and Chaille. New episode every Friday - https://www.patreon.com/issueswithandy Need more Chaille? Check out Mix Tape Time Machine Podcast with John Norris, Matt Collins and Ggreg Chaille - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mix-tape-time-machine-podcast/id1554596023 It's FREE to join Chad on his Twitch Channel. Go the Chad's Twitter page where he has pinned a tweet with instructions - https://twitter.com/hdfatty Visit the Stanhope Store - http://www.dougstanhope.com/store/ Closing song, “The Stanhope Rag”, written and performed by Scotty Conant for Doug Stanhope and used with permission – Available on Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/scottyconant Photo Credit - Hennigan Support the show: http://www.Patreon.com/stanhopepodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sisters Melati and Isabel Wijsen say bye bye to plastic bags in order to help the environment.This talk was filmed at TEDxLausanneWomen. All TEDx events are organized independently by volunteers in the spirit of TED's mission of ideas worth spreading. To learn more about TEDxSHORTS, the TEDx program, or give feedback on this episode, please visit http://go.ted.com/tedxshorts. Follow TEDx on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TEDx Follow TEDx on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tedx_official/
Body image worries. Fears of excelling and being chosen to lead. These issues undermine girls' experiences in sports. Girls and young women not only worry about how they look; they're concerned that other girls will be angry with them for doing well and being chosen for leadership positions, says Breanne Smedley, a certified female athlete Confidence Coach, former college volleyball player, youth sports coach and founder of The Elite Competitor. Girls and young women also mirror their mothers' confidence issues, she says.
The Hays House, a Boise shelter operated by the Idaho Youth Ranch for runaways and at-risk youth has cared for children ages 8-18 for 50 years. But when 10 employees quit over a stressful work environment, the decision was made to close the shelter for now.
Muscles generate force to move the body and when used repeatedly, they can increase both size and force output (strength). It's generally accepted that resistance training is the most effective way to enhance size and improve strength, however there is an ongoing quest to find ways to speed up the process. It sounds dangerous and counter-intuitive but the practice of restricting blood flow out of working muscles while exercising with light weights has been shown to be extremely beneficial for promoting muscle growth. Dr. Jeremy Loenneke is an Associate Professor of Exercise Science at the University of Mississippi who studies muscle fiber physiology. As one of the leading researchers on the topic of blood flow restriction, Dr. Loenneke has conducted a number of studies on how blood flow restriction stimulates muscle growth; we discuss his findings and he offers his insights into how BFR can be implemented into your workout programs. On this episode of All About Fitness, it's all about the science of how blood flow restriction causes muscle growth. FOLLOW THIS LINK - To hear the interview on blood flow restriction with Dr. Jim Stray-Gundersen, the creator of the B Strong brand of BFR bands. Purchase a set of BFR bands so you too can start experiencing rapid muscle growth: https://bstrong.training Read my recent article on blood flow restriction for the American Council on Exercise HERE https://www.acefitness.org/education-and-resources/professional/certified/october-2021/7955/blood-flow-restriction-training-what-you-need-to-know/ https://petemccallfitness.com Ageless Intensity: High Intensity Workouts to Slow the Aging Process: https://amzn.to/3mH3HNf Smarter Workouts: The Science of Exercise Made Simple https://amzn.to/3fub1Yl Get relief from sore muscles and promote recovery after hard workouts; order the NIMBL XLR8 massage gun - use code AAF20 to save 20% https://joinnimbl.com/products/xlr8 Dynamic anatomy; $29 https://allaboutfitness.inspire360.com/allaboutfitness/dynamic-anatomy-recorded-webinar-and-e-book-bundle-copy Learn how your muscles and fascia function as an integrated system to move your body along with how to design the most effective exercise programs for the core, legs, inner thighs, shoulders AND glutes. 0.2 CECs - ACE, NASM and AFAA Dynamic anatomy e-book; $7 Learn how your muscles and fascia work to move your body. https://allaboutfitness.inspire360.com/allaboutfitness/dynamic-anatomy-how-your-body-moves-during-exercise Exercise program design for the fountain of youth; $49 https://allaboutfitness.inspire360.com/allaboutfitness/exercise-for-the-fountain-of-youth Learn the science of how exercise can burn fat, build muscle AND slow down the aging process, includes workout programs to help you find your fountain of youth. 0.3 ACE, 0.4 NASM and 4 AFAA Exercise for the Fountain of Youth e-book; $7 Learn how exercise can help you to slow aging and find your fountain of youth. https://allaboutfitness.inspire360.com/allaboutfitness/allaboutfitness/exercise-for-the-fountain-of-youth-e-book Total Body Core Training; $67 https://allaboutfitness.inspire360.com/allaboutfitness/total-body-core-training-continuing-education-program-for-fitness-professionals Learn the science of exercise program design and how to build a stronger body by first creating the foundation of a strong core. The course includes a progressively challenging exercise program that will keep you working out all year long. 0.4 ACE, 0.5 NASM and 5 AFAA CECs Functional Core Training; $7 Explains how to build a strong body starting with your core muscles. https://allaboutfitness.inspire360.com/allaboutfitness/allaboutfitness/functional-core-training-e-book Bundle: Functional Core Training, Dynamic Anatomy and Exercise for the Fountain of Youth; $17 https://allaboutfitness.inspire360.com/allaboutfitness/e-book-bundle-exercise-for-the-fountain-of-youth-functional Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Youth was served when it came to Royals pitching in 2021. Two years earlier, the club got 113 starts from pitchers who were 26 and older. This season, it was 51. And the Royals became the first team in major league history to have five players start games in the major leagues from the same draft class (2018) for the team that drafted them. We break down what this all means for next season with beat writer Lynn Worthy on today's SportsBeat KC. We also take a look at the Royals bullpen future, which looks promising after solid seasons by their top three arms. Story links: Royals hang hats on young pitching, individual improvement at end of 2021 Even in loss, Royals' Kris Bubic finishes strong Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In March 2020, as the coronavirus pandemic intensified across the globe, leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints turned their thoughts to full-time missionaries facing increasing health risks and nations about to close borders. They began returning missionaries to their home nations and reimagining the work. This episode of the Church News podcast explores all that has happened to missionary work during the past year and a half and looks forward to the future of missionary work in the Church of Jesus Christ. The episode features Elder Marcus B. Nash, a General Authority Seventy and executive director of the Church's Missionary Department, and David N. Weidman, managing director of the Church's Missionary Department to talk about missionary work, with Church News managing editor and former Arizona Phoenix Mission president Scott Taylor as guest host. The Church News Podcast is a weekly podcast that invites listeners to make a journey of connection with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints across the globe. Host Sarah Jane Weaver, reporter and editor for The Church News for a quarter-century, shares a unique view of the stories, events, and most important people who form this international faith. With each episode, listeners are asked to embark on a journey to learn from one another and ponder, “What do I know now?” because of the experience. Produced by KellieAnn Halvorsen. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bill Handel on the United States inching closer to progress in addressing the climate crisis. Also, how much do wildfires really cost California's economy. For some young and privileged people, the pandemic was an opportunity. And millennials have teamed up to fulfill the dream of homeownership.
PLEASE LEAVE US A ***** FIVE STAR REVIEW ***** ON I-TUNES!Youth ministry is all about the teaching, right?“You killed that message!”“That was a homerun!”“You were on fire!”Yeah, maybe. But the truth is, for most of us, teaching is a bit of a grind, a grind which is not enhanced by the pressure we put on ourselves. Sometimes we might be really good; other times not so much. We are not called to be great all the time. We are called to faithfully talk to our students about Jesus and help them grow spiritually. Nothing more, nothing less. We are called to be--in the terminology of today's report cards--consistently satisfactory.In the second part of our series, things get real. We have some honest confessions. Steve sometimes prepares on Sunday afternoon right before his group meets. Mathew once did the same message three weeks in a row until someone noticed. But beyond that, we get into the nuts and bolts of teaching. How (and when) do we prepare? What parts of the presentation are important to us? How long should messages be? And we discuss the controversial question Jesus wrestled with – slides or no slides?All this, plus dead bodies flying out the window!It's Episode 104 – Consistently SatisfactorySteve spent hours updating our website. Pay us a visit!https://youthministrysherpas.com/If you send us an email, we promise to respond. We might even send you firstname.lastname@example.orgWe are proud members of the Download Youth Ministry Podcast Network!https://podcast.downloadyouthministry.com/Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @youthministrysherpas.
As youth pastors, we need to make sure our volunteer leaders are trained...but the most important parts in that "training" include being supported, encouraged, resourced, heard, and seen. Youth ministry veteran and podcaster, Kristen Lascola, joins Jeff to talk about some solid approaches and characteristics for building up our volunteers. Click here to subscribe to Kristen's podcast, Ministry Coach. Click here to follow Kristen on Instagram. Click here to follow Kristen on Twitter. Click here to e-mail Kristen.
During this walk, Dr. Goodman tells why learning should be centered with grace. An Oklahoma-ish native, Dr. Goodman has been a phenomenal leader since his childhood. After being named Youth of the Year (for the second time), Dr. Goodman stayed close to home and attended the University of Central Oklahoma where he earned his bachelor's in organizational communication. While at UCO, Dr. Goodman was elected Student Body President - a role that has informs his research and his practice as a higher education and student affairs educator. After earning his masters degree from Indiana University and working full-time for several years, Dr. Goodman moved to the DMV - where he earned his PhD in Student Affairs at the University of Maryland, College Park. While a Terp, Dr. Goodman worked in fraternity and sorority life, undergraduate student legal aid, and was elected President of the Graduate Student Government. These positions ultimately prepared him for his next step where he now serves as an Assistant Professor of Practice at the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Goodman inspired me and reignited my curiosity and desire for learning, so it was a no brainer we had to take a walk with him on this show. Dr. Goodman Twitter: @mi_good Dr. Goodman Instagram: @michaelanthonygoodman Podcast IG: @WalkWithTFB Podcast Twitter: @WalkWithTFB Walk With TFB Website --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/walkwithtfb/support
First, I want to take a moment to mention that today's episode is episode 100 of Open Space Radio! We've technically released more than 100 if you include bonus episodes, but since this is “officially” episode 100, I just wanted to thank YOU for listening to the podcast every other week and continuing to show your support. As you may know, a few weeks ago at the 2021 NRPA Annual Conference, I had the privilege of hosting Coffee Talks and having some really great conversations with some really great people about issues happening in parks and recreation. On today's episode, I'm excited to share one of those Coffee Talks with you if you weren't able to join us for the conference. On this Coffee Talk, I was joined by three brilliant individuals to discuss the importance of out-of-school time (OST) programs and how they can continue to support equitable access to learning, community healing, and the health and well-being of youth as we enter the back-to-school transition. My guests were Brodrick Clarke, vice president of programs at National Summer Learning Association; Daniel Hatcher, director of community partnerships at Alliance for a Healthier Generation; and NRPA's own director of health, Allison Colman. This was a wonderful conversation and provided a lot of insight into how park and recreation professionals can continue to support kids and youth now that school is back in session. Tune in below to hear the full replay of this Coffee Talk. You'll also learn: The ways in which the challenges of the last year and a half have impacted the social-emotional health of youth. How OST providers are stepping up and providing solutions to support equitable access to opportunities for learning, healing and connection. How park and recreation professionals can partner with other community-based providers to address many of the issues our youth are facing. How NRPA is supporting its members who are providing OST programs in their communities. How providers of OST programs helped support a safe, healthy back-to-school transition this fall, and more! Also, be sure to check out all the great work going on (and available resources!) at Alliance for a Healthier Generation and National Summer Learning Association.
Mentioned Links! https://resources.premierleague.com/premierleague/document/2020/11/19/543e5505-7289-482a-843d-a8e0cbcf115c/YDP-Player-Parent-Handbook-2020-21.pdf https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nWZUZmm4O8 Recommended reads: Michael Calvin's No Hunger in Paradise Ryan Baldi's The Dream Factory https://www.chelseafc.com/en/news/2021/06/24/the-young-generation--neil-bath-on-plotting-pathways-and-his-pri Follow Phil! Twitter: https://twitter.com/chelseayouth Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chelseayouth/
Homily from the Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time.What you've been holding on to ends up holding on to you.Anything can keep us from Heaven. Anything that we prefer over and over (and anything that we defer putting down over and over) can end up holding on to us. There are times when we've chosen so often that we no longer have a choice. And there are times when we have put off letting go so often that we can't put it down. And we find ourselves stuck. What do we hold on to then? Mass Readings from October 10th, 2021:Wisdom 7:7-11Psalms 90:12-17Hebrews 4:12-13Mark 10:17-30
When youth activist Greta Thunberg became a global leader against climate change, she inspired people around the world to recognize the already existing youth activists in their own communities. Earth Guardians, a nearly 30-year-old organization representing young activists, caught the attention of many Coloradans as they led the climate rally in October of 2019, which featured Greta Thunberg herself. In this episode, Leala Pourier, an Earth Guardians Youth Council Member, shares her own story as a youth activist and as an Indigenous woman fighting against the climate crisis.
Learn from the Story of Kevin Youkalis “Youk” Here is his street Cred: 3x Major League Baseball All-Star, 2x World Series Champion , Boston Red Sox Hall of Famer (a wild card playoff win against the yankees), and Recipient of both Gold Glove Award and American League Hank Aaron Award (best hitter in the league). On top of that, he is well known for leaving it all on the field….every day. “Grit, grinder, scrappy and Johnny hustle” are just a few words that have been used to describe Kevin Youkalis. Connect with Kevin IG @kevinyoukilis_ggoh Twitter @greekgodofhopsAnd you can check out his restaurant Loma Brewing Company in Los Gatos, Ca if you are ever in the area and maybe you'll catch him while you're there! Timestamps8:42 - Labels9:55 - AHA Moment15:00 - How to deal with negative thoughts19:40 - Failing in sports22:58 - Athletes and Entrepreneurs27:50 - Work on the little things34:24 - What does a champion mean to youLet's connect!To get more info and updates on the podcast @iamachampionpodcastIGhttps://instagram.com/iamachampionpodcast?utm_medium=copy_linkTikTokhttps://vm.tiktok.com/ZMd4o13PS/Follow our personal instagram email@example.com://instagram.com/doctor.aprilm?utm_medium=copy_link@ro_glowhttps://www.instagram.com/ro_glow/?hl=enCheck out our youtube channel for videos and highlights from the episodes @iamachampionhttps://m.youtube.com/channel/UCdQxNDW9CIoosIlmes562jAShow Support:If you enjoy this podcast please Rate, Review, Subscribe and SHARE this outhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-am-a-champion/id1574745683Big shout out to our team that makes this show possible!If you are looking to start your own podcast hit up @upstarterpods on instagram!