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Balancing Being a Dad and an Ironman Triathlete With Russell Newell
"I would ask you how you juggle fatherhood and training but you make it very clear in the book that you seem to train very little for your events. I mean at one point you describe twelve mile run as your long training run for the season and later on you suggest that you sometimes run quote unquote only sixty miles during an arm training cycle. So i wanna i over know how much of this is sandbagging. And how much is true. And wherever the truth lies how do you manage the demands of helping raise young kids and swimming biking running. Yeah well my friends all teased that. I don't do any training. But i do. I've said this you can't have you can't go. Half-hearted into an iron them you have to you have to train or you'll you won't finish or you'll be you'll being a lot of pain anyway but you'll be an excruciating pain and i don't know how anyone could do it without training. I will say this year. I'm a little bit nervous. Because i have not my longest run. So far is thirteen miles and my longest bike is thirty. And that's not enough. I have been doing a lot of weight training. So i have a trainer and i found for past bones. That weight training in court training really helps in aerobic training. And that's early in the morning in my basement but that's an ideal a stationary bike at home in the basement early in the morning or when the kids are in bed and you find little pockets of time but it's not the same as going out for five or six hour bike ride to replicate what's going to happen in the ironman and it's not the same as doing in eighteen or twenty mile. Run to get your legs. Ready for an ironman. So it's it's going to be really interesting. The more kids. I've gotten the less i've been able to train through. The years somehow seemed to make it through. But i don't do as well as i'd like to do. But that's that's the ballots.
Using Lap Splits to Track Your Mile Split With Ultra-Marathoner Zach Bitter
"Out one of these runs saying. I think i'm ready to run about this or like how. How do you determine that with with such a long young race. The nice thing is at this point. I've got done enough of more. I kind of know well. This is what i've done in the past. If i wanna make this much of an improvement years the splits. I need to hit so then if my training indicates that i think that's a reasonable enough goal than what i'll end up doing is all kind of pick elapsed split so the nice thing about these mice and sometimes it can be a problem to his. They'll have like a big computer screen. Tv screen so every time you do a lap you can see your lap split was so what do you think of one hundred miles on. Four hundred meter track is four hundred and two and a half laps. So you could see every one of those of you wanted to. I would advise against that. But it is nice to spot checks so i'll go in thinking. Well if i want to average like this mile pace to hit this time goal that i need to be within. Like i'll give myself kind of like if everything goes perfect. This is the split. I'd have to hit on average if if things go good but not great and kinda like worst case scenario but still within the realm of what. I would consider a good day. This is the slowest. I can go and usual. Have like maybe a three to four second like buffer in there that I'm trying to hit each lap so as coming around in the early stages i'll check a little more frequently just to kind of calibrate things once you kind of get a feel for it that i can pretty much hit those splits on demand and then just spot check every once in a while to make sure i'm not drifting in and out one way or the other and that's kind of how i've always gone about it.
The Importance of Exercise for Weight Loss With Dr. Kersten Kimura
"So get us. Then what do you think. How important is exercise when someone has a the school. And what kind of exercise you recomend. Yes course exercise as important But i would say that the diet is still the number one when it comes to weight loss in fat loss but yes Is a great support in. Of course that he's also show that those people who do both of these things nicely support each other. So there's somebody who. is only focusing on a diet but is not exercising. Yeah they can lose weight but the results are better at also. Because of the lifestyle has changed a lot of times. People feel like i'm more active. I also want to eat better or vice versa. I'm eating better now. I going move my body more so like this nice correlation between these two things but of course the other part when it comes to exercise also just energy burn you know calorie burn and then the third one is really important as muscle building because exercise Most the resistance training than it does help you help us to increase metabolism because we are building muscle muscles related active tissue that That we need to be able to increase our basic Metabolic rate which we mentioned previously to so the rates at which your body burns calories so Exercise is very important. And i think people get a lot better results when they do. Of course incorporate exercise to now what kinds of exercise. I am a big fan of resistance training or strength training for muscle building and than walking so walking simply everyday movement. Also not just necessarily walking step you do around the house Taking care of the kids running errands all these things. Add up actually and their way really good way to gently increase. Your calorie burn so exercise. A lot of times. People think that their formal exercise is the biggest game. Changer rain like i have to do like these really are Crispy gossip or just do one a day. I'm good but actually. What are you doing other twenty three hours of your day right so that's also really important so staying in motion as much as you can a. Is really good way to support your weight. Loss in atlas efforts.
Where Should You Apply Sunscreen? Sun Protection Advice for Sweaty Runners
"All right. We'll let's start out with the questions. This one is from different sarah. Who is on the hunt for sunscreen recommendations on my name is sarah. I'm runner from ohio. I have three young kids. And i have a question about sons I'm trying to be better about running wearing sunscreen. When i'm out running the no matter which one i try you're gonna stay on. I ended up with it burning. I i need some suggestions on better sunscreen on a very sweaty runner so i don't know if that if that is the problem or what that are. I need better about it when i'm out my friend. Thank you so much love. The podcast sued dimity. I thought of you and one of your best lines. Ever when i heard this question so come on. You gotta say where. Should runners apply sunscreen. Oh from the balls down the bottles down. That was one of our classic lines from. I can't remember which tour. Yes i've always down. Do not put it on your forehead. Do not put it on your forehead. I mean ideally wearing a hat or a son adviser something that will protect your forehead. And i think a to better idea because that part linemen that can also really get depending upon how how. How thin years how thin. Your hair is and where. It's party that that's been a place where people will get unexpectedly burnt. Yes so so. I think it has a good call But yes if you do that then. That's one thing the other thing is after you put it on your hands right. You can use your palm of your hand. You might want to wash them before you head out because often what you do is you rub your eyes right and that will get there so we often said like pull up the bottom of your shirt. He's the bottom of your running tanker. Whatever it happens to be used that to wipe your face instead of your hands or you could wear a cool little Wristband lake napoleon dynamite and use that guy in my strength class yesterday was wearing a head like bjorn borg. John mcenroe style headband. I'm like okay. Didn't know those back in but okay
Jeremiah Flood on Developing the Mind With the Body as an Athlete
"What got you interested in. The blend of cognitive development with physical development are basically combining these elements. We see in games without of training and everything that goes without with a mind body physical perspective. It started with rugby. Actually when i was transitioning from college. Football to rugby is awfully a huge difference in skill sets perception action for its catching keeping your eyes ahead of you and then passing. It really forced me to build that ability to scan the field. I didn't have that. When i first tried to play rugby and thought i could just use my speed and physicality but in rugby so i had to find a way to differentiate myself or just evolve myself and watch the best players a neighbor able to anticipate gaps set teammates up in gaps which is probably the most underrated thing about rugby is like i'll take these two on. You have a forty meter try. Go ahead so it would just watch a lot of film. The all blacks news from new zealand. Argentina guys wanna emulate and that led to reading the book legacy and they talk about it talk about keeping a blue head and i noticed in my games that i would not see the field. The field would be blurry so either. I was too stressed out. Didn't have control of my like breath or something like that so reading a book legacy keeping a blue head. That led to the book champions. Mind which i recommend for most athletes. It really gets down to the mindfulness part of being an athlete. How to set up a routine had a self talk is very important from their. Let the performance. The performance cortex the baseball book and hadn't realized that had no idea that decision making can be right. So those lead to Maybe there's something out there that i don't know an outlet again down the rattle of the playmakers advantage. That was the book really like set. Everything offered me. And then at that same time when i was finishing up rugby deciding whether to go professional or not i was working with these kids like the same that we we have now but three years four years prior. And and that's i started implementing things went based on feedback from parents that there is a disconnect between speed training performance trendy to the actual game.
The Importance of a Detox Program Before a Weight-Loss Program
"So here's my perfect diet. Roadmap and really. I wanna just break this apart. Diets are things you do short term to get a result to learn something about yourself to be therapeutic that move you into an eating plan and so when you think about. Gosh what's the first thing you should do. Assess where you're at your wait. What's your body fat. What you're hip and waist measurement. How's your energy. How's your focus. How's your skin. How's your pain and inflammation gas and bloating like take inventory and then let's add before you take away. Let's start improving the quality of our diet but adding more non starchy vegetables by adding more fiber by adding more water in between meals. Next thing is to do a detox. It is so important. And i love the bet. Patricia asked this question. Is it's so important that your body is detoxifying. Well prior to starting a weight loss program because ideally a weight loss program is a fat loss program. And here's the thing. Toxins are stored in our fat. And so if you start to free up fat to get it out of your body you're going to free up toxins and you better make sure that you are getting those out of your body right because if you free up and don't get it out you make yourself feel worse and be worse than before. Now here's the thing that happens with toxins they're stored in your fat. Your body tries to hold onto that fat and cool things off. Lower your metabolism right Impact your thyroid and your insulin. So your body will do that as a protective
Knee Pain and Running: What Causes It and How to Avoid It
"Is there such a thing as typical running runners e pain or is it just an individual person by person. I mean i see there. Is i mean. Usually when someone who's active and especially a runner talks about their knee hurt having knee pain. It's used you're going to be one or two things it's either gonna be there. Ilia tibial band so it's going to be on the lateral or the outside of the knee or it's going to be right in the front on the lower part of the which is anterior knee pain and it also can be called actually runner's knee jumper's knee and then patella for moral paint syndrome okay and so In what are the two. I mean so so. We're kind of talking about two different. Things are two related. things. I guess but difference. I mean what what causes each of those. What causes the. It bands pain. Yeah i feel like most of the injuries. The knee pain ankle pain of shin splints. Almost all that is usually because people just think they can just run around and you hear that. It is a good pair of shoes. Go running but there's so much more to it and unfortunately you know i think especially where medicines like. I wanna get going. I wanna lose weight and they still get going and they're just has to be a prep for that so i think there's a lack of preparation so there is a lack of getting her body ready for the demands of running sherwin And then not being consistent is another thing and trying to do too much at the same time so either increasing your speed and increase in the miles at the same time or maybe people. I'm going to start doing speed word. And he'll work and increase my speed hand. Increased by surrey doing those things and then core mechanics. Unfortunately some people have no idea what they look like. They run if no idea that they're over extending their leg or their stride is actually to slow or to shore or that. They're hinging at their hip as they're running the whole time. Maybe they don't see that their feet are turning and so they keep going and have no idea having these
Creating Sustainable Practices for Marathons and Road Races
"Back to that flight. That you're taking for your race. Here's a little context. The average american is responsible through their household activities and consumption for about fifteen metric tons for thirty three kilograms of carbon emissions annually. Globally that number drops by two-thirds to just about ten thousand kilograms on average per year per person. So that gives you a sense of how our lifestyles here. In the developed west correlate to the amount of environmental harm that we 'cause compared to most other people in the world so one long-haul round trip flight say los angeles new york or new york. London causes about two thousand kilograms per person per flight. And that single week or we can. Trip is now responsible for about six percent of your total years worth of climate impact if you're tracking with the average if you take four flights on average per year now that's about twenty five percent of your entire footprint with just that active flying in it's about eighty percent of the total years worth of impact if you're tracking with the global per capita average so flying is a privilege and it's a luxury and just because we love it and because it's come quite commonplace Doesn't make it any less. So and driving to events is quite a bit less carbon intensive than flying so then it would start to depend on how far you go and how often you go in your car So what can be done races. Are they're precious motivation. And they are incomparable experiences. We want races and we're not willing to give them up nor should we at the council for responsible sport. We are strongly. Advocating to event organizers for the normalization of a point of registration carbon offset option. So that's where we're saying. Runner should be given the choice to opt in to pay a few dollars into a fund that will be used to invest in a project that captures stores or reduces climate changing emissions elsewhere. So for concerned individual. The hard truth is that it does mean becoming more and more choosy and considerate. About how often do you utilize air travel and offsetting emissions when you do so the takeaway is email or post on your race. Facebook page asking not if but when the carbon offset option will be incorporated into the registration process. I happen to know that the trail renting community is getting on top of this and there's actually movement to have trail running be climate positive sports so carbon-neutral within the decade.
How to Mentally Getting Back Into Running After an Injury
"Know. I probably sound like a parrot that just keeps repeating herself but also always think it can be beneficial to talk to a trained expert weather. It is a sports psychologist or a therapist or anyone who might have experience helping people through this. Even a running coach can be really helpful when it comes to this. They're obviously not her most of them. I would assume are not licensed psychologists or licensed therapist but They are experts in their field. Who can advise you on the next step forward and certainly i would assume that any experienced incredible running coach has worked with runners who have injuries and setbacks or perhaps they've had their own so I think that the community aspect of it's really important. I'm so glad that the alley on the run show. Facebook group was there for you and Able to support you at the onset of this and know that we're still there and here to support you So check out the book talk to people who are trained in it and give yourself a lot of grace That comparison trap is Nothing good comes from there and so try really hard not to compare yourself to the athlete. You were before the broken foot before the surgery You know you can chase down new goals now. I know a lot of women do this. After having had a baby is that suddenly they get to have these new personal bests in every sense of the word whether it's the furthest that they've run or the fastest that they've run or the fastest. They've run a specific distance but star. Fresh start chasing new goals. And now you get to have your longest post-surgery run your fastest. Post-surgery ron your happiest post-surgery. Run the time that you ran your favorite route after surgery so celebrate. Those wins in those victories. Instead of comparing them to what you've done in the past a no that's easier said than done again. They address a lot of that in this book. Rebound and just don't compare yourself to others. Don't compare yourself to pre surgery emmy and know that you are doing everything that you can take care of yourself and so that you can return to running as strong as possible. Both physically and emotionally.
How To Improve Your Running Posture Through Small Daily Changes
"Posture doesn't happen in a vacuum as negative. And all the rest of us know like if you have bad posture while you're running chance i mean this is not an indictment of megan and it's all of us right. We sit over the keyboard. We sit over the steering wheel. We sit over. Lunch is look at our over the microphone. While you're over the microphone. Exactly yeah i mean. It's just constantly in this common hunched position as a result. You know it's not like you're going to be able to just like oh. I'm going to go right now and now. I'm going to work really hard on my posture right. That's like trying to put a square peg into a round hole. Like that's going to be hard. So i would say yes absolutely work on your posture but do it all day. Long which again feels like a mandate which is kind of sucky a couple of things that are easy to do you know getting up and walking around and when you get up from your desk and walk around or from along time sitting you know. Roll your shoulders back. Stand up straight. Walk looking forward not down One of the things that i find really. But i've been told to do it more times than i care to. Count is holding your phone up to your face set of tipping your neck phone okay. Yeah so that. That's hard. I mean it's it's definitely it's a little geeky and it's it's a little hard to do but again that's one thing again like maybe one small change. Try that every once in a while instead of constantly bending down then other things that we'll talk about some tips on the road for a second but other things that really helped me with posture taking a pilates class. Pilates class is so key for helping you like always find a space in my spine is kind of what i think about when i think about posture is really like trying to maximize the height of my vertebrae in my spine and so after every pilates class had always feel taller and it could be a mat pilates class. You don't have to go and spend thirty dollars on a reformer class. You can go matt free map lot class off of youtube and see how that goes feldon crisis another one Feldon crisis a method that is the movements are super super small kind of feeling restless. Felt crisis not the exercise for you because literally like you lie on the ground. You're like your shoulder backing inch for this back and forth probably ten times and then you kind of evaluate how you feel but again. That's the class. That usually the ones that i've taken are close to forty five fifty minutes. You leave and you're like oh my gosh what just happened. I am totally
Everything You Need to Know About the Long Run With Coach Jess Movold
"As you mentioned the long run is just this specific ron during the week where you're spending more time in your feet and perhaps the other days and relevant to whatever it is that you're going after so whereas you could be training for a ten k and you're long run would be six eight miles max versus training for a marathon. Where over time amo. That long bryden gets up. Eighteen nineteen twenty excetera depending on your training plan now for someone gearing up for their long run. What are a few things that you would recommend to them to do. What you prepare. Well i think to take it seriously. You know to put it on your calendar on a day where you feel you know i think yes. The long run falls on the weekends for so many. But it doesn't have to be your training plan. Be customized to your schedule that works best but it does need to be pretty routinely placed within that you know seven day block that you can buy or ties it you can you know. Commit to ninety plus minutes because technically that's where the long run turns into the long run ninety minutes or more you know you want to be able to make it routine so prioritizing it mentally managing expectations and knowing that the purpose of the long run is to complete it you know and i think it's an opportunity to work through mental obstacles mental hurdles mental things that are challenging learning how to work through them. It is the absolute perfect time to introduce fuelling. If that's new for you to find a source of fuel that you can work with or see if it works for you and clean outs. Bathrooms plan out water. Stops things that you can get ahead of you know on race day. Where setup there's potties you know in a perfect world. There's places to go to the bathroom. There's water and or other sources of hydration but the long run. It's all up to you so that's a good time to wear that outfit so you don't look at the finish line to bring the fuel to try out a hydration pack Not to try out new shoes. You can get new shoes and you know i would suggest four to six miles in a new pair of shoes and if it works then introduce them into your long run but the the best part about the long run is he. Just go and get it done.
What Can Martial Arts Teach Us About Movement Quality With Sam Wuest
"What are some things that the martial arts teach us we tend to sack fasha facile training. I think that's an easy objective thing but moving quality. How well do you move and connecting that. The martial arts yes. I think there's a bunch of layers that we can. You know a bunch of different topics that we go into. But since you brought up fashionable training. I think one thing that people have people use paschel training and it's kind of like this broad term as opposed to you know specifics of like how are we actually training the fashion yes. I don't think that people really understand. It's kind of like fashion. Trainings is bucket of like our really know what we're doing here so but it works and it seems to have this quality that were we're saying some something must be going on is probably the show we don't understand the Understand why this works etc etc you know especially the internal martial arts so like piji You see pronounce it with the j. Instead of the is he h because the h was the old pronunciation. I always plug into that Is great polarity taiji. Bagua all these different movements movement styles if you will Martial art styles movement styles especially the ones that either internal. You'll see the bill. Use the body in a different way. Because they're not trying to use the same way. Like an external marcella which even blockbuster. Boxing can be an extra in wash. Light the way that they would be using that because you're using different sections of your body in a particular way and you might be mobilizing different things that i think. In strength and conditioning we don't often assume can or should move if that makes sense and that's a whole rabbit hole to go down but to just gonna give you an overview such as the intercostal 's expanding and contracting and that's one of the reasons why some of these arts really rely on the breath is because it's not as you know i'm not saying throw out via the contracting and like taking a belly breath in and then squeezing and keeping support because you need that if you're olympic theft need that for a lot of things but when we talk about gate when we talk about something a little bit more dynamics throwing is another example there little movements in the ribcage that if those are off the schedule is not gonna move right if those are off them you know then the shoulder you know. The merle joint is not going to feel right at the elbow or something else. Or you're not gonna be able to recruit the right muscles like from doing these things and then even just like a small amount of extra strength over the past few weeks and just like shock. My psoriasis looks like an extra set of ribs like because they're all moving
How Becs Gentry Trained for The Olympic Trials Through Work and the Pandemic
"You started seriously training were you. Obviously you are a running coach in every possible sense of that word. You've coached others. You coach yourself. Were you coaching yourself. This or did you work with a coach. A friend or someone else to put together a training plan specifically for the trials. So i tried for the collar of weeks that say To train myself and i think from just having so much time off of being in a training schedule and we didn't stop teaching Over a couple of weeks right at the start of the pandemic where we needed to reset and figure out what we were doing. So what for me was pretty regular nomo. I was out of sync with how to get my training scheduled in line with what schedule and winter to be blunt. Yeah neo-windsor it was. The thick of it was just that point where it's cold wet at night december november where the wind. I live pretty close to the wolves. It feels like. It's always windy. So i i think my boyfriend kind of so may struggling with structure. I try and do it. And then i kind of didn't care if i didn't do the workout i had prescribed myself because there was no accountability and he suggested a friend of his This is his austin stephen cash he is a base. I mean makes medical training. Look easy. he's returning for hundred minor western states. He runs hundred mile starring fifty miles plus races an average of six ten pace retrial. Down innovation. he's a freezer pretty pretty cool guy. And he lives out in arizona so he has the elevating his messy I'm not giving him an easy pass. But he really hard worker in a fantastic or not. So austin Why don't you speak to cash your friends. See what you can do in his attitude to training is so intense but so relaxed and we got on from the first time we sat down on a coal not just a friend co like a coaching cold. I knew he. He's gonna coach. He's going to be the guy who gets
Coaching, Parenting, & Empowering Female Athletes With Alison Foley
"Allison what is the number one difference between coaching girls and boys. Or what is the main when you when you start a talker. When you're starting to write the book what's the first thing that came to your mind about the differences. Really nothing on the field. I think between the lines. You run similar drills urine in similar exercises on tactically. You communicate the same. On the chalkboard halftime pre-game. It looks very similar. it is similar. I think the biggest difference is the emotional side to it in you know in communication and They they're both have their assets in terms of their strengths in in in their communication. And how they want to be communicated to and you know you think. There's a couple of examples that i put in the in the book you can say to know on picture day team picture day for the boys they all the big guys on the back all of them. Think you're the big guy. They are all gone. Big girls lineup. No choice of words and and it's it's a lot of it. Is the media hype. What what do we see. What do we see often on modeling. The guy side. It's these big muscular six four. You know ripped guys you know and let me see we see a lot of that's that really honoring you know smaller bodies and maybe a thinner and in girls see that in guys see that so we're apodictic social and agenda for sure So we need to be aware of that as coach and even even sometimes tone tone means a lot more than messaging specifically. I think with females. In how many times oceanside you gotta slow down to go to slow down. Take a look at that. Like how am. I going to slow down when the screaming at me with annexes your in your voice and you know we forget that processing comes in and then as i translate and try to execute that plays older friends so just being aware of that that that second quarter that goes with with boys and
The Benefits of Incorporating Cycling Into Your Running Routine
"Then what are some of the benefits. I mean let's talk a little bit about the ability you can get your heart rate pretty high right which you can't do in the pool If you want you know for thinking of traffic sports but Heart rate high low impact whether what other things to cycling kept going for it. Yeah you know. It's actually funny when those with was saying that it reminded me back in twenty ten. I think i took a year off triathlon. And i just did marathons and the coach that i was working with at the time was a marathoner and he had me doing a ton of biking not too much not too long but frequency over duration and intensity over Some other stuff so a lot of the big ring work and a lot of the short like vio to lake minute thirty minute and a half anything under two minutes. Kind of all out is what. I was doing to kind of supplement the running because marathon runners usually run so much during the week and i just don't respond well to it s. Most people don't respond well to them many miles so just the off the legs but also having some intensity and having some kind of you know. The circular motion of the running and cycling sometimes complement each other really. Well yeah. yeah. I mean people who have paid attention for the run of run like a mother. Another runner no that. I basically trained for the nike women's marathon on my bike and got a fracture Gosh early on in the training. And i was not. I was not given up that marathon. Come hell or high water. I was going to it with my one in three year old. I was like san francisco. Boston going and my coach at the time. Who was it. Carmichael training systems was like okay. We're hitting the bike and holy cow. I worked so freaking hard on that bike but it you know and my longest run i think was like sixteen miles and certainly i wasn't absolutely one hundred percent prepared for that marathon but but it can get you a really nice part of the way especially like you said if you're injury-prone or don't do well with a lot of high
A highlight from Together Run with Tina 10: 30, 45, 60 minute Run
"Hello my friends were to together. Run ten yes tan. We've done ten of these. And i'm hoping it and i know you are loving it your screenshots. Make me so happy the screenshots. You're sharing a that just just for me to say so. Keep those coming tugging man social media price. It's just wonderful to see and today we are going to have a thirty forty five and a sixty minute option. You're actually hearing going to decide that during the run today so you can join me free. Those thank you so much and let's get on with it. Give money friends. We are here for another together run. I run today. And then i think next time we would do in other workout as the response seems to be good for that. I haven't heard anyone saying stick to just regular runs. I think once a month we do that. And i'm not saying anyone in any trouble. If you have other workouts. He should be doing all right. So let's get going where you're going to begin in three two one. It is a very sticky humid morning here in saint. Louis dogs apparently Like before we get into the chicken. We're actually talked about that. Don't just box. Because they probably later say stop love bailey. Were saying failing is really scared of doctors and shoot comics. Susan's dog and she working on in public. You know we go to the farmers not care. There are just so many dogs around and she now has done really well if she sees a dog and she gets scared she squeezes my hand which feels like a good solution and it also gives us some control and it does seem to be helping us good and that i really think is hoping however we with whenever we are in close contact with the dock even though stokes we have loft that we see on a daily basis My stoke saw findlay. In fact ooh the dogs. We see a friendly you know. Sometimes they might sometimes thought sometimes they might relativity her or me and so she panics that she gets really scared. Terrified can hides behind me. She's around now. I know that's not one and again least friendly but the problem is i'm also kind of afraid of dogs in like i make a real effort to too when i see these stokes two stroke them to say hi to try in like scary but i know i stiffen up. I could feel myself stiffen up like it's like i'm trying really hard and and i'm like yeah i mean honestly it feels like it's faking it but i'm trying to do it so that she knows what she thinks. I'm not scared of dogs. But you turn of and i kind of am because my mom scared of dogs and she had a horrible dog in her house when she was growing up. Who would bite and just not very nice dog and say she's scared of dogs. And so i kind of automatically was scared of dogs and the running situation didn't help things because for many many years of my life basically moved out here to america. Wants a honestly even moved to saint. Louis my only interactions with dogs. Most of them opening taste by them. When i was in kentucky running out in the fields i mean have you running in the countryside. Dogs would come the horrible horrible situation for they come barreling out of the house. Sprinting towards you like really angry get property and that scared the crap out of me every time and so now we're in saint louis. I don't really have that but do fear in the is still left but now pasta onto my daughter to do. I guess. I just keep taking to the friendly ones and showing but i can't help my stiffening up in my body so sorry to begin this with my troubles hair and for anyone. This is you guys together on your left. Speaking of that barely usa. Keep saying what the heck need to start to say. What the heck. If i would appreciate your advice because i don't want to keep tweeting this cycle and i i do feel now around dogs so to me. I don't really want to keep coming up to dogs straits them like because i don't enjoy either. Copious three physically stresses me out like my heart rate goes up my body. Kind of tenses. But i will say that really anyway. I'm going to do this any advice. And when i say who those years so i'm talking about Well actually i have to eat two year. Break him philly. So let's say nine years. Total of dogs tasting mean class. They kind of did in my childhood. That'd be the certain parks around and they'd be free and case me jump up me and i have been bitten by a dog before so i'd love your advice if this is your first together run completely confused not normally how we begin together but i do normally forget my chairlifts store so i wanted to talk about it. An oscar advice before got him. But in a minute we are going to do. We usually begin together on which is going to do you chicken. And then we're going to do a census check and then we'll have a conversation and if you're in a group probably going to get to that compensation by the time we do the together stuff. We might be kind of towards the end of that but we will do best and grew sinking. Take
A highlight from 1580: Economy Crash 2021 With Peter Linneman
"June prime with no space for the discount as so peter. The way will do this. And it's a very conversationalist between all of us all to give you a little background. Well although we're a health and fitness podcasts We we talk about financial health all the time. Yes we had. Peter schiff on here a few months back and so. We've we've had. on here and talk and one of the things that i loved about. I found you on the the walker webcast little over a year ago. So that's that's how. I came across your content and one of the things that that drew me in about. Your content was a lot of times. When i listened to economists. Talk about i. I feel like they're very biased. Or they have an agenda whether they're trying to sell gold or they have a political agenda. And i don't know you can argue or debate that but i feel that you do not come off that way. I feel like you're very non-bias. And so i wanted to introduce you to our audience. Well that's nice of you. Say i i have this funny thing. I'm seventy years old in. My career is typified by democrats convinced. I'm a republican and republicans are convinced. I'm democrat. So i think it goes to what you're saying and i started pride myself on that none of us always succeed being free of whatever but i try and to your physical fitness. You know seventy years old. I did eighty minutes on the stationary bike. This morning lifted weights for an hour. Walk ten miles while we're out pretty good right on pretty good and and you did some work from the chicago school right. So you're like milton friedman fan. If i'm not mistaken milton. Melton was one of my professors back. Down and i did my graduate work there and i stayed on the faculty there. A couple of years and then went to the university of pennsylvania's wharton school of business in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. And i guess i retired from there ten years ago and i sense folk. I had let him in associates which is a financial advisory firm. I started in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy nine and i continued doing that in my boards and my investing might charity. So anybody interested. You go to lenin and associates and you'll see about what we do in our publications and our charity yan and so forth. So i'm not retired but a tired university world now. That's that's awesome. Milton's series free to choose had a huge impact on me and it became a huge fan of economics After that i do wanna ask you to open this up. One big question. I read recently that the majority of of of dollars the the the majority of money That exists got created recently. And i remember what the number was but it was something insane like the when you look at the total amount of money that we have that we've created. It was something like ninety percent of it was made in the last few years number. One is that true and number two. Does that a problem. Could that potentially cause problems for us. So is absolutely true I'm now gonna do numbers off time. I had but as we came to the beginning of the financial crisis in very late. Two thousand eight. The total amount of was called high-powered money are or the money stock. Whatever you wanna call it was an. I'm doing this from memory about eight hundred billion and over the next four or five years. We won julie to huey three joke. Eight hundred billion to about four trillion. That's so big. Jump out all of the history of the united states took it basically from nothing to eight hundred billion and then in a matter of four years it went to four trillion and then What i call queue infinity which has happened with the fed ejections associated with the co vented.
A highlight from Microdosing Psychedelics, How To Use LSD, Shrooms, Iboga & Other Plant Medicines, Legal Psilocybin Retreats, Truffles & Much More With Third Wave's Paul Austin.
"On this episode of the ben greenfield fitness podcast. And that's what happens in you try to fit these profound incredible substances into the typical medical models. The typical medical model is. You're here for an hour. You pay for the hour and then you leave whereas what psychedelics are introducing is a model of care. It's a model of support. It's a model of love so all of these substances win their used needs to be done in a certain setting in a container that supports nourishes the individual as they're moving through this idea the third way is. This is the time we can perfect how we utilize these substances help performance nutrition longevity ancestral living biohacking and much more. My name is ben greenfield. Welcome to the show. Hey what's up. It's angering. I can't wait for you to get a hold of and listen to today's episode with paul austin paula's kind of a pioneer in the psychedelic space. An account to my home to do big podcast microdosing and psychedelics and plant medicine. And that's what we're going to delve into today. So paul's ben round the scene for a while you know. Starting at twenty one years old and in michigan he traveled all over the world like sixty plus different countries or span of like half a dozen years. Come studying everything from plant medicine again to the psychedelics to microdosing he has a very comprehensive website called third wave where he logs really good information about all of this. And we're going to dive into all of that on today show so i hope you enjoy this. Podcast is brought to you by kion our most popular product. Their bargain is our essential amino acids formula It's like the swiss army knife for everything from sleep to gut stability to building muscle to say shading the appetite in a fasted state to dumping a bunch of neurotransmitter and protein in muscle precursors. Your body everybody. Who takes his stuff tells me i get taxed from people all over including big health influencers. Like what the heck do i feel like. I'm on steroids sleeping. less more. Energy building muscle satiated with far fewer calories that's-that's leukemia amino does for you a whole lot. More we have researched the best ratio. We put in both a tab and powdered format. And you get twenty percents off
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A highlight from Dr. Caroline Leaf: How To Rewire Your Brain (Without Brain Implants)
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A highlight from Ask the Coaches Q and A
"Around our place. The kids finish school and then we had some preparations for travel because we actually in costa rica with their kids. We in a beautiful little. Seaside town called tamarine do and before we left. We brought two new coaches on the team. So huge welcome to coach abby and coach antonio we also got our vaccinations and just all kinds of stuff. So i'm not fully in vacation mode yet. But i'm getting there that's good. It's hard to stay out of vacation mode when the beautiful is there and there's so much tropical goodness all around us. Yeah for sure so yeah. We're really happy to be here. Going to be doing a little podcasting. From costa rica the next couple episodes so angie tell us about your runs morning well i went down to the beach to run about. The tide was pretty high and so the sand was rather soft. It wasn't like the pack down stuff when the tide goes out. So i did kind of a combination of running and walking because i don't feel like my body is really acclimated to soft sand running and didn't overdo it but i did about four miles of run walking and just beautiful ocean tried to go out when the sun wasn't quite so intense but really enjoyed just being out there. You know your real ninja when you can run on san look behind you and there's no footprints must be floating will like trevor mentioned. We got our co vaccinations before we left. And everyone reacts differently. Obviously after my first visor shot i just had a sore arm and felt pretty decent But after the second one. I had heard that some people were experiencing some some symptoms. That were a bit unpleasant. And so i kind of blocked off that day jr and it turned out to be really good that i kind of planned ahead like that because it really hit me hard i was. It was rough. I i was extremely fatigued. Basically got up in the morning and got the kids off to school and went back to bed. Just body aches. And you're feeling so rough you can't even imagine how you're able to run because your energy levels are so low and you're sick anyway. It got better the next day. But i kind of took it for about two to three days after the vaccination. I'm just trying to listen to my body. So i guess that's kind of what i'm saying is planned to give your body a little bit extra rest and recovery and support after something like that. So don't get a vaccine right before you jump into a marathon or half marathon. That's all right makes sense so in this episode. We're going to cover a lot of different topics of about once a year. We'd like to a ask the coach q a and if we can be joined by a special guest That's always fun. So coach nicole. Heart has been on our team for while she's actually the head coach. Mta she's in charge of new client intake in a lot of other stuff so it was nice to have her join us. We actually recorded this before we left. And since nicole lives locally she was able to come and record with us in person which always adds a nice dynamic. That you can't get via skype. Nicole was just fresh off a ultra that she did where she racked up fifty one miles in about eleven hours. So we're gonna debrief for about that. Which will be a lot of fun before we jump into that. Angie what is going on out there we won't read some shoutouts to folks in the community. That's right we got this nice note from. Connie she says we can do hard things. My first ever half marathon is done. The rain held off which helped but those last four kilometers directly into the wind was hard one year. Since i lost my good friend dave to suicide and this race was dedicated to him. This comes from patty. She says in five days. I'll be capping off six months of training almost seven hundred miles and running my first fifty k. I would never have believed. I could do this as i entered my sixth decade of life. All this to say your mind and body is an amazing machine you can accomplish so much given the right attitude support and encouragement. I've been inspired by so many runners in this group. Thank you for showing me. That anything is possible and this note comes from academy member marty. He says hey mta family. I'm happy to report that. I finished the bryce canyon sixty k. I do not even get close to the time i had hoped for but really did not even know what to expect from my body at such a high for me altitude. The race was at seven thousand. Almost nine thousand feet and before my first day in the area had never walked a mile at that altitude. Credit goes to mta coach henri. I was in the best shape of my life going into this race. The course was beautiful but super challenging overall. It was an amazing experience regardless of the hour is in a deep pain cave now. It's time to recover and eat all the food love it. Yeah and that was the bryce canyon sixty k. In utah that looked beautiful congrats. Marty it's great to see his progress. And this email comes from phil who actually ran the bryce canyon fifty k. So i thought they kind of went together nicely here. That's unusual for race to have a fifty sixty k. Yeah it sounds like they had a lot of different distances. Phil says hey. Angie and trevor. I just wanted to drop in a quick. Hello and let you know that.
A highlight from #474: Balancing Being a Dad + an Ironman Triathlete
"I so fifteen plus months without getting on an airplane and last week i hopped on a plane and flew out to the east coast to visit my ninety five year old mother and see my sister. See a good friend for a million years ago and then spend the weekend in the hudson valley with my bff chocolate. What a great trip. And i've already heard the down though. But i think we need to hear a little bit more so it all went pretty well minus a little hiccup on the airlines part. Yeah so that was. But hey it allowed me to see the brew execute. Because i had spend an unexpected night in the dallas area in dc dc. So yeah so. After that i just as i view mirror and went and saw my mother and as as i said. She's about to be ninety five and she has alzheimer's and And she also had a stroke earlier this year Which really limits. How much she can talk. But so of course. She had forgotten that was coming to visit her. And so you know When she does think may she thinks of me as being very far away. And so when i got to the facility where she lives She was in a group session. I don't know what it was like some sort of class and and so she turns to me. I'm standing there wearing a mask and she just goes sarah. I'm so happy to see you john. Like oh my gosh so some. Waterworks started the floodgates. Yeah yeah that's awesome. I mean could you ask for a better reunion for her to recognize you. And that's awesome. Yeah yeah so so. We spent time together that afternoon. And then and i did most of the talking. Believe it or not. I held my own on that and filter in on things and then the next day went back and saw her again and took her on a nice walk. she's in a wheelchair to So i pushed her around the Facilities very nice grounds. There's paved trail that goes through some like wooded area and she's like oh come they don't. I don't get to go here very often. I'm like yeah because you got me. I'm taking a what we're going for. Twenty six point two snacks. Yes so you know. It's a bit of an ordeal to get someone in a wheelchair down on the elevator and out the door and she just kept saying. Oh it's colder than i thought out. It's colder than i thought. Which is the passive aggressive way of saying like i'm cold. I want a sweater. I just thought eight no way. I'm going back up there. So i said oh. I have denim jacket in my rental car. let's go get it. So i just kinda draped it over her and i said ma you look so bad ass ran. People are looking dividend by you and so funny so had really nice really really really nice time seeing her and Oh and So i was saying goodbye to her I said mama. Just love you. so much. and she was it was obvious that she was having trouble talking. Just because of her stroke in maybe she was a little overwhelmed by emotion. I dunno and so she was trying to form the words to say back and she finally comes up with a better solution she just goes repeat what she's a bad s and she's like a teenager because i think i've said this earliest amelia's big thing to say these days re tweet but it's re tweets. Thank your mom was probably trying to save. It's right and maybe a little hashtag sign with her fingers. who knows. yeah so yes. And so then. I spent the weekend up in the hudson valley of new york. Which is just such an enchanting part of the country my goodness. I only had a hotel. Big enough for us to have a retreat. Yeah me we do like an airbnb. Make it a whole block. Right like a compound. Yeah so yes so. That was charming. My best friend lives in catskill new york and we went over to hudson which is across the river across the hudson river. And oh i got to run across the hudson river numerous times on. Rip van winkle bridge. I did you do you. Do you put a picture up. Do you do it four times in one day or four times total. I was like oh four times in one day. 'cause catskill is known as the san francisco of the east. Cy something the san francisco. Because it's super hilly okay and so to get up to. The bridge was quite a climb. And so i wanted to go six or seven miles. I was like well. It's nice and flat here. So i went across and then there was a paved trail.
A highlight from Zach Bitter: Don't Put All Your Goals in One Basket - R4R 253
"It's a collective of conversations about running the climate emergency and social justice. Running for real is for the brave. Today's those with courage vulnerability united by love of running. We're driving towards some of the really tough challenges. We're facing his humanity succumb. Join me samya. And let's get started with my friends. Welcome to episode two hundred and fifty. Two of the running podcast. Thank you for joining me today. If this is your first time listening. I make cited. You are here. And i'm sure if that's the case you are a superfan of my guest today and i'm really excited to get to show you a different side of him in a different story direction to walk. I think maybe you have had in the past now. I am going to tell you more. About why i decided to go in this direction in just a moment but first i just want to take a moment just to talk about the brand that brought us together. So a by my guest zach bitter and i by sponsored by ultra running. We are both big fans of doing. I have talked many many a time. The wto boxes. And how why that means so much to me the shaped rather than shoe shaped chew and i also love the zero drop. I love the naturalness of the shoe. And i've talked about many of my favorites. The years and i will be a link in the show notes for you to go get fifteen percent off. Ultra shoes if you do want to go get that so you can go to running for real dot com slash episode two five two if you want to check that out today. So i said i have zach. Bitter on the show and zack has been future. He's been on shows like Joe rogan to just bring it back to how how big zach is and how Well respected he is within the computer community was also been on endless other podcasts. And so i really wanted to make this interview different. I wanted to ask kim some of the deeper questions about these longer races and especially in what he calls. Run a boo ground. Where is a run that is maybe on a road or track or a flatter surface. Just imagining doing these hundred miles and and even anything really to me to be honest beyond about a five k. On a drag is so hard for me to imagine but to talk about those things we also talked about just wrapping up brain around certain things that attaf we talk about his runs on the treadmill. We took human performance. And it's just a really enjoyable conversation. I think even if you have listened to plenty of zach interviews before you're going to find something different here and i think we're going to learn an even if they feet see. He is able to accomplish. Sound superhuman out of this world. I think there's a lot you'll be able to take from this so it just wanted to take a moment to thank one of our sponsors on we right to the episode with zach bitter thank you to momentus was wondering this episode of the running for a podcast and i mentioned to you a few months ago that they were making some really good changes about being in a more sustainable thinking about products. And i'm excited that some of the products now and then moving them all eventually over there are coming in these packages. That do not are no longer plastic containers. It's going to give you a twenty servings in one package that's less obviously waste going into the into the trash can and just a great that they've been able to figure out how to get the superior quality product they have here in two more sustainable and less damaging container. Now i've been telling you over the past few months about the various products that i'm really enjoying including brain drive which used for focus on easing racist. Helped me stay concentrated and able to stay focused. They also have elite sleep which is also now coming in different container and it is going to contain some magazine which is the only form of magnesium proven to cross the blood brain barrier. Which will help you with your cognitive health. As well as wild gdp which is fun would say well gdp seed extract and a little. Bit of melatonin. I do not have any crashes the night after having that and you can also check out that performance creating teen which is grateful a strength training recovery now you can go to the momentum dot com and use code tina for twenty percent off. I'm absolutely loving hearing that many of you are enjoying this.
A highlight from 1578: How to Break Through a Lifting Plateau, the Best Hamstring Exercises Using Dumbbells, How to Prepare Your Body for Squats & More
"June prime with no space for the discount. You're watching movies and there's like a kid that does magic and he's always the nerd. Do magic trump like make a funnel. Yeah let's be honest. Let's be honest. now you're in your twenties. Okay likely to do magic three. That's not the question. Justin wonder if you look like you'd be the one to do magic. What's because you look like you have eyeliner on. Yeah come to later anyway. Have thinking about this. you're in your mid twenties. You go out with your buddies to the bar deployment. David blaine hundred. The guy that does magic tricks. Tell me that's not one of the easiest ways to get people's attention. Yeah he's just got like a handkerchief randomly thoroughly honestly. It's that like playing like a piano or something like oh there's a real quick dalil the girl i mean it's it's for the parlor trick stuff. We know i actually was interested in it because they know a lot of illusions. And it'd be interesting to manipulate people. Whoa yeah. I feel like why you watch those cult movies. Yeah i feel like they the us all the same techniques in sleight of hand and all that kind of stuff. I i feel like some people are on that level and you don't realize i wonder what that her messing with you. What do you think. The percentage of of cult leaders also practiced magician or magic. When they were kids. What would you call it. Yeah i think it's all wrapped into the whole thing. Maybe that's what i think. I could see that though. I could see like someone is as talented as david blaine because i've seen subliminal messaging and all this kind of stuff all like they gather now for that. Yeah we're co-leaders where they now they now. They're dead david blaze David blaine specials right. Some of the stuff he does doesn't make any second cut that orange. Bring him up. Because i did watch his latest thing on youtube and it was about. He's got to anyone yet. Well it was him basically. He did this for his daughter. Which i you know. I it's cute or whatever like he. He was basically up with balloons so he tied himself to like all these huge balloons and flew up into the atmosphere and basically like released himself from like way beyond where planes fly in fell down and basically found his way back through his parachute back to safety. But it was so barring floated. It's just like the whole thing was a setup for him to float with balloons. Where where's the cool ship. That does so lame. He held enough balloons to take him off. Which is i mean again. That's a lot of balloons. It's it was crazy for justin. Yes it was a whole lot of balloons. How big huge. How many do you think that would take it. Depends who it is. that's what i'm saying. We give him a couple of hundred would fill up this little room a few of them doug even bring his daughter birthday balloons just just three daughters birthday. Yeah how old is she balloon flop because he usually does like the really cool stuff where he'll throw a car nova senate. It'll land like on the inside of a pass buyers. Yes what the fuck. So so the part. That is the coolest that magic stuff is the street magic. That's always my favorite weird shit and then the people's reactions is always. There's always there's always the guy that gets so freaked out. He runs away. you're riding. Does that one where he tells you to think about somebody who's like really special to you. Burn some spray painted a forced. Thanks so imagine if you had that ability to do magic like that and you wanted to start a colt. Hail easy yeah. You're totally right. If i could levitating. I'm getting some some followers for sure because the next level is what your next let me think about. Magicians were that come earlier. We were talking about magic. I remember you said you were singing magic or something like that. Yeah that was. It was just mostly. Magicians doing the tricks at the bar for the girls. It's super lame. Yeah anything cool now but if you you're a hardy a trick like that would be i don't know i don't know it'd be cool no question oh shit you mr david blaine you just say it's the same guy that's playing the music on his acoustic guitar in these like you know. Thinks he's john maher. Yeah you're probably stop it. I think you're right. I will smash what's Speaking of stuff on new things. That were watching. I watched a movie that you recommend it a while ago and i can't remember the name of it was something about the wilder men. Yeah the one that would really dude. I can't recommend this movie enough. That's the same guy. The same guy who wrote gioja rabbit right. Yeah got so good. It was hilarious underrated. So good it was. I watched the fan. I totally stumbled trying to explain. That one guy's totally pitch it wrong. But it's yeah it's amazing so you doug who Have you seen this yet. i haven't it's something. The wilder men. Maybe what you there. Why are you so behind. What's going on over there sure. Everything's recording over. That's probably a good idea frazzled.
A highlight from The 2 Most Potent Hair Growth & Hair Loss Reversal Molecules Known To Humankind: C60 & GHK-CU - A Big Hair Podcast With Auxano's Jay Campbell & Nick Andrews.
"Products in the hair loss industry that guys are preyed upon and they get poor almost no resolved like what before he starts the run and maybe one milligram after the wrong if he has any swelling. Any stiffness joint pain at all he's just got to go and it's like a robot. It creates like literally a physiological and psychological addiction to users. Because they know if they stop taking it now all their hair is gonna fall performance nutrition longevity ancestor living biohacking and much more my name is ben greenville. Welcome to the show while folks have been paying attention to the social media is or maybe you heard my podcast with dr cameron. Chestnut about prp anti-aging beauty and hair growth. You're probably tuned into the fact that a that's a topic i'm addressing quite a bit of late and be i'm kind of using myself as a guinea pig very harry fuzzy guinea pig to see what what of these tactics you know. Anything from a consuming colostrum doing micro needling to claim masks to crazy peptides. Ties that you smear all over yourself can actually do when it comes to either. Getting rid of gray hair or reversing male pattern baldness or in my case just wanting to sprout a giant old head of hair as a practice of seeing what. I'm actually capable of achieving the hair department so In in part thanks to my guests on today's show as well as my friend dr chestnut who is In the podcasts. Where i got covered with needles and platelet rich plasma smear over my face I'm kind of into like a fuzzball. I mean i'm now growing a beard My hair is just absolutely sprouting out of control. Like those little sprouts grow in my pantry except on my head and my whole family is calling me mr scratchy. Because i'm just the giant harry puffball walking around the house now and i don't know maybe maybe i'll stop doing this at some point but right now i'm just having a lot of fun growing out my hair looking like dirty hippie and yeah maybe someday i'll even have man bun so first of all. You're no doubt aware that you can use lights to tweak your circadian rhythms you use it in good ways right by looking at things like sunrise or red lights in the morning or diminishing your use of you know High blue light pretty soon devices in the evening and you can also of course get exposed to the type of blue light emitted by phones and computers. And tv's and light bulbs even during the daytime that totally disrupt your body's circadian rhythm and also lead to things like brain fog and you know almost like that headache in the back of your head after you've been working on your computer for couple of hours so my hack for that is. I wear a pair of yellow like computer style. Daytime blue light-blocking lenses during the day. And that night which the red and i always lose my glasses. I've got a couple of pairs of the yellow couple of the reds scattered around the house. And get them from. This company called raw. I use roswell ra. Because not only do they use really attractive frame styles. Italian acetate and engineering metal. But then they're lens. Technology is different than a lot of other companies like actually blocks the spectrum of blue light. That's supposed to and a lot of these. Other blue light-blocking companies use like cheap imports. That they then just like slap cool names on and markup for lots of money but the raw optics. I know the founder matt miranda. He's been my podcast and he's brilliant. All do does is sit around study light and then develop lenses and frames and everything you need to truly block what you want to block so if you want
A highlight from 1577: What to Do When You Are Getting Bored With Your Workouts
"You know one of the worst things about being consistent. I would say about working are actually. This is true for people. Even when they first get started is they. It starts to get a little bit Mundane yeah you start to get a little bored with the same old same old and this is just a challenge. I think you end up running into you especially especially in my experience when you're super consistent when you do it week in and week out at some point start to find yourself going Yeah i'm not as excited as i for us to be in. This can be a problem. It's actually well. This is the reason why we see this with trainers to where they write programming. That's based around creativity and entertainment vs results trying to spice it up. And i remember this and that i so. I have a lot of empathy for the trainers. That are trying to figure this out. Cast a real need. And you're also you're just getting started. You're building your business and you gotta take every client you possibly can and a good portion of them are there for the results but they also want to have fun and enjoy the process and so what you end up finding yourself doing because you know that you can't really speed up the results of sony's one hundred pounds. Use it coach. You know that this going to be a long journey. But in the meantime can i make this fun and enjoyable and then a lot of your focus ends up kind of going in that direction. I think i mean i know. I admit that i went down this path of like the writing the workouts instead of me. Really think about programming razzle valley sir. Juggle that all the time because you know the the tried and true methods are but not a lot of times. It's just not that exciting. I in to take somebody through especially if they have a lot of prerequisites that you have to focus on and corrective type exercises. It's like you almost feel bad as a traitor. May i got so much work to do. But i also wanted to have them. Come back in and be entertained and enjoy the process so you know you sprinkle some stuff in there to to make sure that stays a bit excited. Yes because early trainer version of me was doing the razzle dazzle new thing all the time type of workout. The problem with that. Of course it's you just don't progress as consistently as well. The programming is as effective. When that's all you do now on the flip side constantly being consistent with the basics which is very important but always doing that. After a while you can just find yourself losing a little bit of that that spice that you initially had when you started working out later on i realized that that feeling of god i want to try something different revenue in the same thing or the same types of things now for a while is actually a good opportunity and this is some. It took me a long time to figure out. It was a good opportunity. Because it was something that then would propel me to focus on things to do things that normally. I don't think i would have normally focused on the so like i'll give you guys a good example for a long time. This is one of my earliest stories of of changing things up early. Early days of working out personally. The types of workouts that were promoted everywhere. Didn't matter where you look bodybuilding magazines if you read books on a muscle and this is before. The internet really became a big thing. So we're talking about the the nineties essentially Every single routine was this body parts split type of workout so it was like day one was chest was back and so on and i did that for a long time and at some point i started to find myself. Get a little bit like want to try something different. Like what's going on and it was looking back. It was actually a good thing because what it did is it motivated me to look into the way that old school strongmen and bodybuilders the way that they used to train so i started looking up routines for like eugene san dow in steve reeves. And all you know all these old school strongman and strength athletes and one thing that i noticed was none of them.
A highlight from 1576: Full Range of Motion Vs. Partial Reps, the Best Quick Muscle Building Foods for Hardgainers, How to Improve Vertical Jump & More
"This is my pop right in today's episode. We answered some fitness and health questions. Our ask our audience but the way we opened is with by talking about current events. We talked about scientific studies. This is the intro portion of the episode which lasted fifty three minutes after that. We got to the fitness questions. So here's what went down in. Today's mind pump episode. Start by talking. About marc randolph. Starting a business. He's the guy that founded netflix's and adam drop some good business kind of doing pretty cool stuff then we talk about. Jeff bezos didn't pay income taxes. Oh my goodness but is really everything. So we talked about money. Jeff then we talked about. Loki the show on disney plus. The first episode was really really good. So i talked about that little bit then. I brought up a company called stockpile That's really cool. Great way to give gifts especially for children. Then i talking about old sugar ads. I bet you don't believe that in the nineteen seventies. They were telling women to eat sugar to curb their appetites. That's kind of cool. Then we talked about internet sustainability searches. They've been up seventy one percent of the last five years. People are now interested in environmentally friendly or conscious companies that a market demand now one of the best companies that does is public good. Public goods provides lots of household products through their website but they're very environmentally conscious and prices are incredible. In fact you actually paid less going through them then buying all that stuff that kills the environment that seems to be cheap at your local safeway. Great company go check them out by the way code. You get fifteen. Dollars off your first purchase go to public goods dot com slash pump. Used the code mind pump at checkout to get that fifteen dollars off then we talk about just an eating sushi. He finally did it Man and it was great. And i talk about my son's baptism tomorrow. It's a lot of fun. Then we brought up. How there's a new supersonic commercial jet that might be hitting the market that's cool and then we talked about as good conversation there. yeah. I got exciting then. We got to the fitness questions. The first one this person says. What's better for bodybuilding. Full range of motion partial wraps the second question. This person wants to know if there's a difference between cardio from running and cardio from pushing heavy sled the third question. This person wants to know what the best snacks and quick foods are for hard gainers trying to pack on the size and the final question. This person wants to know. Great exercises to improve vertical jump also all month long. We've got two programs and a program bundle on sale so maps prime maps prime pro and the prime bundle which is both of them and already discounted are all additionally discounted by fifty percent. This is great huge promotion. You can go check them out. And maps fitness products dot com. Just use the code. June prime with no space
A highlight from AMR Answers #69: Sun Protection for Runners; Finding Your "Why"
"Welcome to. Am our answers. This is sarah. And this dimity mcdowell. how's it. How's it going out there. Sarah in the summertime we in the summertime yet quite a close. Yeah hey. I'm thinking about the fact that we are in the last days of the Days of hours of sunshine getting longer because you know on the The equinoxes they start getting shorter. So i know well i'm ready. It's hot man. It is hot already. And i know it's hot in portland to and you were out there in the heat for a while. This weekend weren't you i was i was grant. Ny did our first event at first covid postcode event. I should say called the elephant. It's a ride that kind of starts the cycling events here in the great state of colorado. At least the citizens cycling events not the category one into assisting so yes. We do that on sunday so it was really it was. I can't say how great it was to be just surrounded by people right just it just felt like and so basically the thing is i think four different rides. They had like twenty eight family ride and then they had like a twenty eight mile ride. That was like gravel included some some time on gravel like forty four miles sixty to one hundred and so like all stripes cyclists which was so great. I mean all different ages different sizes. What's of older white men. Can't i like yeah. This is us. I'm like i know i know female. It's so funny at the bathroom right. Before we left there was one bathroom inside. Like what you picked up your numbers and stuff and and i like zipped in an hour and i was waiting for him and waiting for him and i was like oh my god like he's having intestinal issues. No the line. The line was long and yes to my world versus time at the men have a line that women don't parody right elephant rock. I finally got it tori parody. Yeah but it was. It was a great day. It was so it was really really hot on saturday. The ride was on sunday. I was a little nervous. It was hot and windy on saturday. Which is pretty much like a one two punch first cyclist for me. Yes and sunday turned out to be pretty calm wind wise and cooler and overcast at times which makes it. You know really nice. So so. Yeah i mean i felt really strong throughout most of it. It's a lot of hills. Oh my gosh. So many rolling hills but the the elevation was about i- somewhere between thirty five hundred four thousand feet. Which is what my race is going to be which i didn't even know they had those kinda hills in new york. I'm wait wait a second. But it's a lot of rolling hills. So i'm definitely feel like i need to practice on getting a little bit more efficient doing the dip like you know you come down fast and then you've got to kind of use that speed to guests and not sure that i was. Actually i am sure that it was not super efficient so definitely got to work on that but but overall really really good. We stopped once. I'm there were a couple of aid stations but to kind of keep more of more of an idea of wasn't like a race by any stretch but but just minimize the stops And and coach was like you know. Hopefully you're having to use the bathroom having two to to two and a half hours in so we stopped around two hours. I'm like please let me p lady hydrated enough to be. And i was doing this. Hashtag goals took it to and or two hours. And you better believe. I reported that in training peaks. I was like yes and when we stopped at the so called a metric century. Isn't it it is. It is actually yes. So sixty two miles ca one hundred k. And we grant and i both just loved the distance. I mean it's almost like between the half marathon and marathon. He was like that's the half marathon of cycling kind of start. Yeah you kind of get a little weary around like forty forty five. You're like oh wait. I only have about fifteen miles to go. You know so. That felt good. Nice nice nice and of course new york state has hills. It was all the glaciers move through there so made carved. The weather's lot rocks out. East to and bummed about. I mean what i saw. The course i was like i haven't seen i have seen a picture like a map. Of course none of the aqua bike and yeah but when i saw four thousand was that's a lot for for places doesn't have big mountains like colorado. Yeah i know him hills but yeah so definitely gotta get used to the punching a rolling hills like that though the punching of the s. Yeah i will say the other thing. This is not a new relegation to me but it was it was. I was reminded of it one of the things that i remember when we used to ride our bikes a lot in santa fe. I was always one rolling hills. You you're at the top and you look down. You're like coming to go down. And i'm gonna go back up and that hill. The climb in front of you look so daunting from at the same height rice. Yes no but then you get to the bottom. I swear. It doesn't seem as though completely. Yeah okay good good. Go validate me. So i am immediately reminded as you're saying that i'm envisioning this road out near my parents old house And i think it is in new york state. I think it's just across the border in new york state and pound ridge new york and it has three rollers on it. And boy you get to the top. It's like there's no way. I'm going to be able to get up that beast and you get down to the bottom. It's like must've shrunk while i was coming down nearly anymore. Glacier moved into thank you glacier. Yes oh completely -pletely so it's all about. The perspective is literally and in your head to. I agree i agree and i would say also just the corollary to that is when you go to drive a course like if you ever go drive a marathon court drive a bike course or something. You're going to do prior. It always looks so much worse from the window from from inside your car than then it feels on the road. So that if it's just a little little little pep talk foothills especially if the topic one goodness a say. That whole interchange is very classic. Serendipity it was it was good. Thank you for asking. So i'm excited to so to sum up to sum up. I feel i feel in good like i got to say i left. That and i was in such a good mood all day long tired. I was tired and nauseous. You are at the end of a big effort but but it felt good that's awesome. That's awesome congratulations. Then it must have been a fun experience to share with your husband so he didn't really ride with the drive to and from you didn't have to hear him chewing or breathing in you know know like i know his his intentions when at our one rest up. He went into the bathroom after going ahead. I'll i'll catch you on. I'm like i know you will. And then and then he catches me. And i'm like you know just go ride garage right. You don't have to ride with me so just say hi as pass exactly all right. We'll let's start out with the questions. This one is from different sarah. Who is on
A highlight from Together Run with Tina 9: 30 or 45 minute Run
"Hello my friends. Thank you so much for joining me today for another together run. I am going to be running for my house today. It is a cooler day. And i'm hyping it as quite enough but either way we're going to make the best of it right and running situations are ideal so i'm gonna pass it over to myself and we will get going on today's together on good morning friends. I'm excited to have you join me for another tether run and this is just really fun to do. It really would love some topics to talk about the things you want to cover in news so be sure to send me a message about what you would enjoy learning about asking me about. I really love to have questions submitted. And and that way i can also back to you. Would you would europe today. And it gives us a bit more of a conversation point As to what we're thinking about on the run so we're thinking about the same thing so ready to begin in three two one wanna say going into that. The forecast says it's supposed to put with rain during this room. It looks pretty good. We know so gone for it however if it starts to rain to god this may be one thirty minute run and then we'll be back on thirty or forty five the next ones so just wanted to give you the heads up there the safe. I shouldn't say even minute but as it looks right now we look pretty good. I want to begin as we usually do by working. Scan scan down from the top of our head to feet we are going to give you a few areas to think about as we go down but just pay attention yourself. You may notice areas that you feel something in areas. I i'm not paying attention to this is just to get an overall feel for how you feeling kate. Let's start from the top of the head start scaling down through your full head is is jaws. Joel line if your eyes or your jaw tightness sometimes we hold tension just relaxed them both right now working down through the back of the neck clavicle into your shoulders. Let's down your arms up around lower arms holding your arms to tighten stiff shake them now and then working down through chest deep breaths. Let's do that together. Can down into the stomach. Lower back hips pelvis. Believe it's down into the string into your knees. Carves your shins finally into the ankles and you feel anything stiff tight anything relaxed. How do you feel. I've wrote what he writes me. Little eighty seen as one of my heels stomach. Maybe a little bit upset. That doesn't progress. That guy's and st mentally emotionally feeling if i were to take a few moments and safety how are you. How would you respond. Give me good answer. what would you say me. Let's say reflective as of this recording and it's a few weeks labor trying to prepare for these as we. I'm going to be going on a few trips but Love this recording my door to khloe his turning one tomorrow thinking about that having a pandemic baby about she won't be a baby. You know i mean technically that. It'd be anymore. She just the first year having a baby in pandemic and just mostly person. She's become so just feeling a bit emotional. I guess we've thinking that three about
A highlight from 1575: Exercise Vs. Diet
"With space for the discount. You guys know. Jack elaine right. He's like the not person godfather of health and fitness. Yeah that guy's amazing. It definitely a pioneer in our space way ahead of his time way ahead. Remarkable man by the way little little factoid. With that guy you guys know. He's set the world record push ups and pull ups in his fifties. Doesn't he have several. Does he have several world records where he pulled a boat with his mouth Across the english channel or something like that was seventy to celebrate his seventieth birthday he had it was either ten boats or seven boats with seventy total people in them and he pulled it with his teeth his hands and feet shackled dolphin. And i think you went to alcatraz. I think that's what but you can find the video on youtube. So it's one of those so much more manly than i even described anyway. He's really anyway. One thing used to say there was a quote that used to say is he said that nutrition is king and exercise is queen or one of the other and together. You have a kingdom so it was one was king. One was queen together. You have a kingdom. I've never heard them. Yeah so maybe doug you can find. Probably he might have just made that the actual quote of Over that he did. He told a flotilla of seventy robots during a mile. Long swin from long beach harbor to queens queensway bridge on a seventieth birthday. That's in long beach. That's it says the thing i'm gonna. How old was he passed ninety. Something ninety some. Yeah but yeah. His quote is in regards to exercise and nutrition. And how they're both very very very important right one of them's important. The other ones important together you have. You know what he would say is he. Said exercises king exercises king nutritionist queen together. You have Kingdom okay so either way. That statements a little interesting in itself. Because you know we've been taught in the space that you know diet is seventy percent of results right. I mean ads are made in the kitchen. You've been told so much. That diet is everything so i do like this idea of you know drawn up an episode that we compare the two of them with all. Let's pit them against each other and let's talk about. Let's talk about all the different Things that people looking for whenever they're embarking on fitness and health journey and the importance of nutrition and exercise each of them which one is more important. I guess For each one of them Kind of what. They mean The first thing obviously the number one reason why anybody ever starts a fitness journey is because they wanna look better whether it's fat loss or changing the shape of their body right aesthetics or the number one goal. I mean as trainers when you would ask your potential client. Almost always yeah. It was always that always raving clients that had they performance goal. They would even they'd always say and i wouldn't mind be great. That's got you so now you you said something you said that quote are made in the kitchen. Yeah now the truth. There's some truth to that. And this is i think where it comes from. If you wanna get leaner you have to create a caloric imbalance right. You have to be burning more calories than you take in or or put it differently taking less calories You burn. it's really hard to manually burn calories.
A highlight from How To Become A "Sheepdog," Grappling With Weapons, Making Yourself Harder To Kill, Are There Fringe Navy SEAL Smart Drugs & Much More With Tim Kennedy.
"On this episode of the ben greenfield fitness podcast. And were sitting here watching these things happen. Frustrated like why can't one of us be sitting in the movie theater when some prick walks in and starts mowing people down tens of thousands of people like you. That have situational awareness. There is up with a weapon knowing that my stanley and those around me are going to be saved protected. Because i'm here. Think about that for a second. I can make you do whatever i want you to do in you. Don't get a sane performance nutrition longevity ancestral living biohacking and much more. My name is ben greenfield. Welcome to the show are folks. I got a
A highlight from 1574: How to Prevent Muscle Loss When Cutting, Ways to Fix Muscle Imbalances, Techniques for Overcoming Wrist Pain & More (Listener Live Coaching)
"This is mine pump right in today's episode. It was live question so people actually call them alive questions and we helped them out by the way. If you wanna get on one of these live episodes email your fitness and health question to live at mind pump media dot com all right but the way we open. The episode is with an intro portion which was forty five minutes long where we talked about current events and we brought up our sponsors after that we got to live questions so we opened up the episode by talking about our body weight and our workouts. It's an update so we've all been training pretty hard. The goal was to get lean. Give a little update by the way adam is now. Looks like he's becoming an at home workout guy. Remember that longtime ago him. And i got in big old debate about working out jamesy. We've converted versus home. What are the key factors is using. Pr ex-equipment now. This is one of our sponsors pure makes home gym equipment. That's actually as good at as or better than the stuff you find gyms but it's catered to your home meaning for example there squat racks fold into the wall so you can still park your car in the garage but also have a very stable commercial quality squat rack but they have much more. Lots of equipment. Go check them out and of course with buying pump. You get a discount goto. Pr x performance dot com forward slash. Mine pump use the code mind pump. Five so mine pumping the number five with no space for five percent off then we talk about sex robots and how they might be programmed to murder. People talk about that a lot. Then we brought up the mayweather. Paul fight over the weekend Route boxing's deb. It's gone done then. We talked about army of dead. Believe about one of the characters in that movie was cgi in the movie. They actually weren't there with one. Really weird then. Adam talks about his adventure at the dmv. That's always fun. We talk about sylvester stallone. His age and the guy looks amazing.
A highlight from #473: Lesbian Runners Share Their Stories
"Welcome to another mother runner. This is sarah. I'm joined by. Amanda loudon alot amanda. I'm doing good. I am good. What are you working on these days. Writing wise I actually just turned in a shoe review two little while ago so making me have flashbacks to my two. Decades is the shoe editor at shaping. Who's who's at four and was it running shoes. yeah they were It was the new spartan trail running shoe. Which is made by kraft. And i never try to craft product before the other clothing and actually i was kind of blown away by how much i love the shoe. I did not know for folks who are wondering that's craft with a c. Not a k talking about macaroni and cheese shoes. Also so i didn't. I didn't know. I certainly know that craft makes a payroll. They make one of my favorite running vests. But i didn't know they made shoes. Yeah i think maybe this is a newer. Where i not really sure. But it's i mean the the partnership between the two companies is new. So but i mean they nailed it. I loved this. Show the for for my personal preferences. Right everyone's friend so yeah. Yeah well that that is awesome. You have shoes are such a personal preference. I mean i am so in love with the So i run tokyo shoes and they just upgraded the phantom So you know. I the phantom one phantom too and i'm like yeah you change the colors. Yeah so what. Oh my gosh. The improvements they made just give me such a spring in my step yet. It it's not a sloppy shoe. They've the the laces associate but they made the latest kind of stretchy and it makes all the difference. Just love with it but the thing is is that i had stockpiled some fan the original phantom because i was like oh you know i am bottom from during the pandemic i wanted to support our local running store and have like only want to wear the phantom tune. Now oh my gosh so good so good so i hear you are stepping on some things when you're running. It's very crunchy around here right now. We have the seventeen year. Cicadas out about in the mid atlantic. It's insane. I mean i. I remembered it from seventeen years ago. But i don't know what's going on this time. Well there's all kinds of they have some sort of a fungus this time which makes them even noisier and crazier and you know it's all about sex. I mean they they they crawl out and then immediately go into overdrive. Trying to attack attract their mates. It's I live in a very Tree filled neighborhood and so they they client but they climb out of the ground. They shed their shells. Kind of on the tree trunks and they make their way up to the top to the canopies and add recreate your procreate up there and The eggs you know end up in the ground and it all starts all over again But it goes on for about a month here word about week three of just. The noise is just unreal. I mean it really is and then when you're running you know they kind of they're flying into you and you're stepping on. My dog is making a stomach ill every day because he eats so many. It's just a little over. It's a really cool phenomenon but the novelty is gone now so much i mean i'm certainly heard about it on npr. And and but. I mean how like in. Let's say you went on a five mile run. How many cicadas would hit you like. Run into you while you're running. Maybe you know three to five. It's more about the looked at ground is covered. You can't i mean it's either. It's either coverage with shells or carcasses or live ones.
A highlight from Angela Pohl: The Challenges of Cancer Don't Stop When the Treatment Stops - R4R 252
"Collective of conversations about the climate emergency and social justice. Running for real is for the brave. Today's with courage and vulnerability united by a love of running. We're driving momentum towards some of the really tough challenges we're facing humanity. Succumb join me celia and let's get started. Hello my friends. Welcome to episode two hundred and fifty two of the running costs. And i'm excited that today. We have a superstar on this show. I haven't given you any warning. I would be doing this episode. And i know in the past. We did multiple people in one episode but this woman definitely deserves one nominated by another superstar and her story is inspiring is going to bring tears to your eyes. You just gonna feel so so much love towards her attitude that she puts out into this world and today the day. This episode comes out. june. Eleventh is the day she is going for her surgery. So i really think after this episode. Take screen of you listening. Send her kind message. Let her know that you appreciate her sharing her story and she's just a wonderful human being some excited today that we are going to be having. Angela poll on the show. She is a runner from the community. She is going through breast cancer treatment. Right now she has is still training for marathons. She has done a ton of marathons. It's actually quite inspiring. How many how many races she has done. I mean last year was a bit of a tough year for all of us but she has just managed to fifty five fifty five. Es offs and thirteen full she's done one hundred k. working towards a bq. You're going to get to hear a lot about running jenny and by the way her running journey was an adult onset running journey. We didn't talk about that. Five caves in two thousand twelve. And so i think it's a good lesson for all of us so many ways words in this episode. So we're going to take him to thank our sponsor and then we'll be right to the episode with angela. Thank you to momentum. Restructuring this episode of the running podcast and i mentioned to you a few months ago that they were making some really good changes about being in a more sustainable thinking about products. And i'm excited that some of the products now and then moving them all eventually over there are coming in these packages. That do not are no longer. Plastic containers is going to give you a twenty servings in one package so that's less oviously waste going into into the trash can and just a great that they've been able to figure out how to get the superior quality promote they have hit in t- to more sustainable and less damaging Container now. I've been telling you over the past few months about the various products. I'm really enjoying and colluding brain drive. Which used for focus. These racist helped me stay. Concentrated able to stay focused. They also have elite sleep which is also now coming in a different container and it is going to contain some magazine which is the only form of magnesium proven to cross. The blood brain barrier will help you with your mental health as well as wild. Ub say well gdp seed extract and little melatonin. I do not have any crashes the night after having that and you can also check out their performance criterion which is grateful a strength training recovery. Now you can go to live momentus dot com and use code tina for twenty percent off. I'm absolutely loving hearing that many of you are enjoying this.
A highlight from 1573: The Golden Rules of Training for Performance, When to Train Through Pain, the Importance of Food Variety & More
"The way you can build your own box interesting feature there when you go. That website really really cool. Then we got into questions the first question. This person wants to know the golden rules of training for performance. The next question. This person wants to know when you should train through pain or take time off the third question. This person wants to know how to train their shoulders. Even they click and pop while the overhead presses and the final question. This person wants to know if there's any detriment to eating the same foods all the time or the if they should add some variety also we are running a promotion right now fifty percent off maps prime maps prime pro and our prime bundle all fifty percent off head over to maps fitness products dot com. Just use the code. June prime with no space for the discount dude speaking of seeing. Yeah so i watched. A movie actually watched three movies this weekend. That did not think. I would enjoy as much as i did. Let's that pitch perfect. Oh here you guys go again. L. a. good. I you know what. Just listen trust. I forgot about that movie bro. I forgot actually really it's hilarious. I promise you it's hilarious and have to play the guy that's just like what does that. What does that reminds next the notebook. You know you notice. It reminds me the same surprise. I got when i watched the heartbreak. Kid with a new right. You wouldn't think you. Because it looks like i did not think automatic wrote. Yeah that was good to know. I did not think i would like it. Jessica wanted to watch. She's brought it up a million times. So i'm like all right. Let's see what happens. It was hilarious. I ended up watching the first one. I'm like i love this second. Let's watch the third one. It was really good as fine. You get your back. It was funny. I i spent a long time though. It's the first one was it's also thousand twelve. Is that one second. One thousand fifteen in the third one was like a couple years ago. But it's one of those ones that i don't think i would have thought i would like it and then you end up with sometimes. That's the best right when you're like i'll tell you what i'm going to be honest. The comedy was. That's what made a great. It was actually really funny. But here's the other thing too it's to me. It's incredible when people can seeing dan. Jansen act all same time in their good all of them It blows my mind so long. Damn talent isn't isn't that actually. It's unfair really well. isn't that a little. Isn't that more common than not in the in the acting world. Because a lot of these guys and girls from broadway broadway route delays and stuff where you have to kind of do all that right. Yeah well. I mean theater in general when you're when you're kind of going up and that's like the direction you wanna go. I wanna be an actor like most of them get Singing yeah anna kendrick. Is that the main girl in it she plays. Have you seen trolls. The cartoon trolls. Yeah you know the the little girl one. She plays her voice in the singing is actually. She's a great voice and then there's a song in the movie where she uses a cup and she makes sounds with it with their hands and then she sings. And i've heard that song it's actually really good. It's hurt her real voice. Like how talented can you be. So annoying reminds when to train really smart. There was like a train. A lot of doctors and surgeons. And when when you get to know these people you realize they're definitely a special breed of intelligence like to be a surgeon. You're really really really just a super smart person. I remember i train them.