18 Burst results for "10,000 Steps"

"10,000 steps" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:14 min | 2 months ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on KTRH

"Yeah, That was, um, quite a revelation yesterday about General Mark Milley Joint Chiefs of Staff prepared to tip off the Chinese called his counterpart. At least it's been reported has been proven yet that it's been reported he called his counterpart in China and said. Yeah, I'm a little worried this president my goat, referring to Trump might go rogue. So if he does just so, you know, warn you, I'll let you know. I'll warn you now. Communist Chinese if our president of the United States size to take some action against you. Here's why we need to take this with a grain of salt. It's coming from Bob Woodward. Okay, He's got a book out. He's writing a book. He's got a book coming out that he wants to sell and make millions of dollars from and that's the point that Mark Levin made last night. What word and cost to our reporters. For the Washington Post. Takes 2.5 to 3 months to print a book. That means Woodward and cost to in The Washington Post. If this is true, sat on this story for months and months. Why would two reporters sent on a story like this for months and months? And allow this man who I believe if this is true is utterly unhinged to serve as the head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. You have to so called journalists who sat on this for two or three months a news story. Their journalists. I'm not Why would they do something like that? You know why, Sean, This is what Woodward does. They dropped this before the Sunday before his books are released. They get everybody worked up and stirred up. Maybe they should be. Maybe they shouldn't. He'll be on all the Sunday shows so he and cost to so called reporters can make millions of dollars off this book. And what is this book? Do it? Certainly in the front end it attempts to trash President Trump Yeah, they'll blame Trump. Nine. General Miley so The question remains the same. Did he do it or didn't he? Because if he did That would be I think, Terezin would that not be treason? Yes with that, that be the definitive definition of treason. I would think. Would that would that not be you talk about January? The sixth. Would that not be this close to a coup? Of a general, you know, taking over the duties of the president, the United States, all reportedly allegedly, there was more to it. That was bad enough. But he also told everyone in the military that they should not have obey the commander in G. Command. There's no doubt that that's an act of treason. So he's still serving on the joint Chiefs. What are we going to do about it? Biden Nothing Nothing gonna do nothing. 5 25 Now here on NewsRadio, 7 40 Ktrh. Alright the sort of weight loss program. Uh £70 lost. Yeah. You're gained a couple pounds back. That is normal. You know, you're gonna get down. You're going to get down to an ideal weight and then you're going to get into a comfort zone. Once you get to the point where you feel like this is the way this is. This is what I can live with. As far as Diet and exercise and, oh, by the way, you know, one of the things people always ask me about this. How much? How much exercise And do you have to do? I don't have a lot of time for that. It's walking. Yep. You have time. 20 or 30 minutes a day to go out and walk. Take the dog out for a walk a couple of times a day. 10. Can you get 10,000 steps in During your day,.

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"10,000 steps" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:16 min | 2 months ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on WJR 760

"Week Wednesday, as Dana would say, Hump day. And then, of course the camel joins in as well. We do this to keep the camel employed. You know what I'm saying? The government money has stopped, but we continue it going here. We are so fortunate to have such a great listening audience yourself included, and we appreciate you. And never take you for granted. And we appreciate the experts who decided to wake up with us in the morning here Monday through Friday from six till nine as well. And they're very interested in helping their fellow listeners. That would include our friend, Dr Tom Riff. I he is Wow. He's the founder and CEO of Flex M. D. He is associated with Harvard Medical School and the true Health Initiative Board of directors. He's a busy guy, but never too busy. To offer us helpful information. And when I say helpful information, I mean life changing life extending life saving information, and that's where we are again with. Dr Tom Riff, I Good morning, Doc. Good morning, Paul. While the pressures on thank you so much, but to welcome me with some great kiss music in the background, so I'm quite up. Uh, the pressure is always on. But you deliver you deliver, and we appreciate it and in your delivering really good news. Better news for people. Really an easy math. Paul is going to be very easy and very, very doable. Uh, the math on this one comes from a study called the Cardio Study. A couple 1000. People were given special accelerometers basically pedometers but a little bit more sensitive for any type of movement. Essentially showing that just adding 2000 steps per day because the average Americans around 5000 and so they saw this dramatic drop in mortality from all causes. And everyone was whatever ethnicity especially we're talking about middle aged, but nevertheless, this is a target very important target audience. Any mortality from just adding 2000 steps per day. Now that comes down to basically 2 10 minute walks four or five minute walk. It takes about a minute to do 100 steps on average. It is absolutely in fact, important to say this was really no sweating, required and distributed throughout the day type of movement. Now, since the days that I went with Keith Famie up into the mountains of Sardinia, and we filmed the movie abrasive aging, which Dan Buettner was in, and he's also espoused this, the longevity populations don't really exercise. No, no. No offense against exercises on a gym rat myself. But the truth is, the real cake is in non exercise activity, time and the icing maybe adding some exercise to it. But sitting all day working out in the morning and sitting all day long is probably not going to give you the same benefits as what we're finding here. Simple. No sweat steps. Spread throughout the day. Turning it up just a little bit. 2000 steps extra from going from 5 to 7000. There was some added benefits up to that magical 10,000. But there was some diminishing returns the real chunk of it. What's so Simple and and I'll tell you something else we're seeing in data of people who get light activity distributed throughout the day poll. They have lower appetite, whereas brisk exercise may increase appetite. And that seems logical. Chronic Sitting seems to increase appetite, too. So you're kind of stuck with this. This, uh Relationship where some people, for instance, who exercise very heavily in the morning and then sit all day and wonder why their appetite is so out of control. We kind of get what's going on here. Hunger hormones may be reduced. And the timing is really important, too, because I'll leave you with why the American Diabetes Association is now recommending. Should not sit for more than 30 minutes without some degree of activity five minutes and they mentioned even kicking your legs under the table anything when they when they looked at what would control blood sugar after dinner? Better either 45 minutes of brisk exercise in the morning. Or 15 minutes of a light walk within 30 minutes of your last fight of dinner. Of course, I'm a physician. I have been a terrible attorney because I've totally lead the witness to the obvious answer. It was the 15 minutes of light walking after dinner. Now, this doesn't mean don't exercise exercise. Brisk exercise may help you with your focus your bone health, your blood pressure when it comes to blood, sugar and insulin, sensitivity and and just longevity. It seems like a car. You don't want it to sit rocks. You don't want to hammer it all the time. I give good Detroit Auto analogies on that That's obviously not going to be good for the car in the sweet spot is right in the middle. You know, I've said it before. Just because it's what I lived in. What I watched Grandpa Harry lived to be 100 way back when when it wasn't popular, we got people living could be 100 all the time now, But this was 20 years ago. Maybe longer now. But he always just loved to take a walk after dinner. Now he didn't know anything about 10,000 steps or 7000 steps. He just like to take a walk after dinner. And what you just said to me may have, I hope finally changed my life. Kim goes walking every night and I come up with an excuse every night. Why I can't do it. Well, I got to get ready for the show. I taped 14 newscast. I gotta watch him all this all these excuses, But you know, you've taken away that Really high bar of 10,000 steps, and you put it in the terms that all of us can relate to. Maybe just 2000 more steps than we're already taking, which equals about 7000. And you broke it down into 25 minute walks or 2 10 minute walks or whatever it is you said Duck. Uh, that's very, very doable. And excuse proof. So I thank you for that. I don't know my pleasure. Absolutely. And breaking it up even in the tinier pieces for people have joint issues. By the way. Do you recommend good walking shoes? Uh, 2 10 minute walks. 45 minute watch..

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"10,000 steps" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:42 min | 3 months ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ghettos and Chad show. Happy. Happy. Happy Monday. I'm excited, man. I've got a few more days and I'm taking little vacation. Are you How do you know what that's like? Well, Are you going to go somewhere? Because you never go anywhere. Where you do your two radio shows you go home. Do tons of voice work, right? Are you gonna Are you going to go on vacation somewhere? Nice. No. You know what we might take the kids to Southern California for a couple days and go to I've got passes to all these, you know, not spare pharma whatnot. We're thinking about doing that, but it really depends on Well, you know the craziness. I just said I'm not wearing a mask for eight hours at Knott's Berry farm, not doing it. So you know, just isn't going to happen. So we'll see. Otherwise I might just chill all weekend. There you go for a week. There you go, while full FDA approval for the Pfizer vaccine came down today. So you know when we were looking at this months ago. Did we expect this to be a big day? Will it change the minds of some of you who are hesitant about getting the vaccine? Um I don't think so. Yeah. I don't think this is a bad day. Don't get me wrong. I mean, hey, Let's make sure what we put in our body, you know, is FDA approved, and finally it went through all the stages, and it is fully approved by the FDA. What did Biden called the gold standard? At least he's right on that. Not much lately standards. As which, if you get approved here in America. Pretty much everywhere else will give you a blanket. Sounds great. You're totally approved scenario. If you get approved here, I don't think this was going to be a big deal. I thought for all intensive purposes is going to be simple and easy. Didn't a few months ago, You thought it would be a big deal that the FDA they had to go and approve this thing, too. To get us out of this pandemic, or did I not hear that? Right? Well, look, my my whole thought process was this is everybody You shouldn't be mad about. Oh, my God. This only took a long time. Look how long everything takes. You should be mad about how long everything takes. To get through these vaccines and treatments. No, it didn't. Because partially because it wasn't a really hard thing for them to do. They cracked it easily. They worked on it for 20 years they used to Mrna and the DNA. All of this stuff was somewhat simplistic, but the reality is at the end of the day. Does it change people's minds who are sitting on the fence? I don't think anyone sitting on the fence. I think there's a few that were waiting for this day. But there there I think you're on one side of the other. We talked about this. Their people will not have a buddy. He's a pilot. He was He was a captain, one of the head pilots. For British Airways, and he used to tell me all the time. I will never fly on an airplane until it's flown for a year with no issues and sure enough, what? Two years ago and all those issues with Boeing and that 7 37. So a lot of people ever, doctors say the same thing. I'd like to let this thing go for a year or so and then go from there. Okay, well, we're getting close to that. But For a lot of people, though, that there is this is not changing anything. Yeah, So, um, there's it's kind of It's kind of odd to me that it's not going to change anything. I thought it would a few months ago, and then I decided it probably isn't. Uh, I don't know what else you have to see. Um, to stay unvaccinated. I just don't You see people in the hospital? You see, some people are dying. If you look at Florida, there's a library with people on the floor. They have covid there. No beds, which, by the way, is a normal time, right? This is different in Texas, their hospitals that say, you know what If your unvaccinated we may turn you away? Why? Because we're going to take the unvaccinated patient. They have a better chance of surviving. So we're seeing this. We're seeing around the country in New York City in Los Angeles and San Francisco with San Francisco is just weird, but New Orleans. Hey, you want to come and party here? You want to go to a gym here? You want to go to a show here? You've got to be vaccinated. I just for me. An FDA approval isn't going to move the needle. Um, you know, I'm surprised. You know, when you come out and say the average hospital stay for a covid patient is 20 grand. That doesn't move the needle either. Um, you know, so The You know the good news. Here's what's moved The needle Chad, not FDA approval, fear. Fear fear has moved the needle. Uh, the delta variant has moved the needle we've seen over the last 34 days. Million people a day are getting the vaccine. That's when moves the needle. I don't know if FDA approval I I really believe that if you're out there and your unvaccinated and you've been saying while I'll wait for FDA approval, I I think that's an excuse. I don't really think you're going to get it. Some of you will, but I really don't think a lot of you're going to get it. You've already made your mind up. You talk about sitting on the fence. I don't think people a lot of people sitting on the fence either. Got it, or you didn't. And I don't think there are people. Well, maybe I'll get it. No, I'm not really buying that. I think again. I think there are a group of people 5% or so 10% that are Over time are going to be more apt to get it after a while, where they've seen it for a year. And nothing has happened. I think somehow magically, it's that it's like that 10,000 steps that you've got to get on your Fitbit, which is just somebody made that up back in the day. The Japanese guy made it up and threw it out there. Uh, you know, when they first started putting the speedometers and things out there, it's just something mentally. I think that will help people. That it being around for a little while. It'll make people a little bit more comfortable. They're more apt to get it and say four or five months or towards the autumn time thinking. All right. Well, it started coming out this time. But the reality is for that 15%. Those people will never get it. They will never get it for a myriad of reasons from they think it's going to change their DNA to this as a hopes to whatever. And that's stupid. Because now is that you know, I'm just a data guy. Look at the facts. Looking data..

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Black Church's 'Street Team' Encourages Connecticut Residents to Get Vaccinated

Morning Edition

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Black Church's 'Street Team' Encourages Connecticut Residents to Get Vaccinated

"Connecticut, a historically black churches, sending teenagers door to door over the summer to encourage residents to get the covid vaccine. Connecticut has one of the highest vaccination rates in the country. But it is a very different story in the town of Waterbury. Here's Ali Oshinsky from Connecticut Public radio. Police. Taylor is hitting 10,000 steps a day. A lot of them on hills and up to front doors to ask crime, ma'am, Are you interested in taking the Covid 19 vaccine? This person already got hurt. Oh, great. So I think we left the information Flyer. Yeah, right at your door. So if you do know anyone who's not vaccinated you can share with them. Thank you. Taylor is 15 and she's part of the Grace Baptist Church Street team. Every weekday morning, she and seven other teens pair up and walk around Waterbury, knocking on doors to have conversations like that one. I'll try to do you know my little bit what we do have people back at the church that will, you know, walk them through. There were ease. The process starts with the street team. Residents get a knock and a flyer. The teens were trained to ask a few questions and take down a phone number. If there's interest someone from a phone bank can call later to arrange an in home shot or transportation to a vaccine clinic. Grace Baptist pays the teens $15 an hour with funds from a state vaccine equity program. The pastor Christopher Reese, says this church is trying to make it as easy as possible for Waterbury residents to get their shot. Especially in black communities. My church, I think, is maybe 90% vaccinated. Why? Because their leader, their pastor has been pushing it now races trying to be that leader beyond his congregation. Connecticut ranks near the top for the percentage of residents that are fully vaccinated. But Waterbury lags behind the numbers are especially low among the city's black residents. Just around a third are fully immunized.

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"10,000 steps" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:32 min | 5 months ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Seeing how it's playing out. When I first got here, it was barely sprinkling. About an hour ago, It officially began raining, and now it's coming down hard. Robert lives in Revere earlier this morning, I caught up with him. He was out walking his dog, Zoe, this interview really bad later on in the day, so this is our only chance to get To get her out. Does she handle the rain? Oh, she doesn't like it at all. How about you? Um I don't mind it don't mind. I think he would mind it now. That was about an hour and a half ago. It's pretty much harder now. Even the diehard dog walkers like Robert have cleared out. I am seeing a couple of puddles forming on Revere Beach Boulevard. Nothing serious but just an indication How hard it's raining. Now Reporting live from Revere Beach Sherry Small WBC Boston's NewsRadio 9 37 hour hear it everywhere, getting those 10,000 steps. But do we really need that many each day to stay healthy? One prominent local doctor is saying Not really. Those of us who are older, 10,000 steps of the is not that easy a goal to achieve, but that's a professor at Harvard Medical School. Dr I. Min Lee wondered why so high Well, she found out it comes from 19 sixties Japan. They call that pedometer Amanpour Key, which in Japanese is a 10,000 step meter. So it was a marketing tool to try and sell the pedometers with catchy names. So she ran an experiment and did notice that more steps meant better health up to a certain point it tape it off, actually at about 7500 steps. Beyond that, you did not get any additional benefit. Keep in mind. The study was specifically for older women. Dr. Lee is currently testing other demographics for now. I'll just be proud that you got off the couch today. Matt Shearer WBZ Boston's NewsRadio 9 38 Now time for business live to Bloomberg. Here's Tom Busby. Well, it's a pretty good start to the new trading day on Wall Street as worries about that Delta Covid 19 variant appear to have eased up, at least for today. That's got shares of airlines, cruise operators and a lot of retailers higher right now, the Dow up 247 points the NASDAQ, though down three the S and P. 500 up about 20 among the biggest gainers. General Motors shares up nearly 5% and analysts said its ambitious electric vehicle plans will transform that century old company. From an automaker to a technology firm. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. All right there, Tom 9 39 as Elsa moves in.

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"10,000 steps" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Those of us who are order 10,000 steps a day. It's not that easy a goal to achieve. But as a professor at Harvard Medical School, Dr I. Min Lee wondered why so high Well, she found out it comes from 19 sixties Japan. They call that pedometer Amanpour Key, which in Japanese is a 10,000 step meter. So it was a marketing tool to try and sell the pedometers with a catchy name. So she ran an experiment and didn't notice that more steps meant better health up to a certain point it keep it off, actually at about 7500 steps. Beyond that, you did not get any additional benefit. Keep in mind. The study was specifically for older women. Dr. Lee is currently testing other demographics for now. Now, just be proud that you got off the couch today. Matt Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio. Alright, we'll do Matt 808 now on this Friday morning, and it's time for business. Live to Bloomberg. We go. Here's Tom Busby. Jim. A chicken recall just got bigger now. £9 million of fully cooked frozen chicken products from Tyson Foods, the nation's biggest producer, are being recalled because of possible mysterious contamination there, sold at WalMart target other chains as well as to hospitals, schools and military bases. On Wall Street stocks took a little tumble yesterday, but it looks like a comeback rally today. Dow futures now up 247, and it's still July, but Disney World and Disneyland say they're going to bring back the late night Halloween events this year. They were cancelled last year because of the pandemic. I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news radio. Alright there at Summit is eight Oh, nine on this Friday morning. Moving.

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"10,000 steps" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:09 min | 5 months ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"And transportation and delivery workers, among others. They're being showered by thousands of pounds of shredded recycled paper walk. 10,000 steps a day. You've heard that before. Now, Some are saying that may not help as much as you think more from CBS's Steve Futterman. Fitness trainers have been saying this for years. I want to challenge you to walk at least 10,000 steps every single day. Okay, But is it really necessary? Does it help as much as they say The idea of 10,000 steps began in the 19 sixties in Japan? Recent studies. Those suggests you don't have to walk quite that much 8000 steps or 7500 steps provide newly the same benefits going for 10,000 certainly doesn't hurt, but the additional health gains appear to be minimal. Steve Futterman, CBS News on Wall Street, the Dow closed up 104 points. NASDAQ Up one point. This is CBS News. Indeed, instant match searches through millions of resumes and indeed database to deliver candidates who fit your job description instantly More at indeed dot com slash credit Police look for a serial criminal who they say praise on older drivers that's coming up after real time traffic with Tracy Taylor. You know, 10 minutes ago, Erin I got a text message at 98973 saying, Hey, trace, there's something going on One lane is blocked on Issaquah Hobart Road. He didn't really give me or she didn't really give me an indication on where but I definitely see quite the lion. Between this Kwan heading out to Maple Valley. So if that's where you're headed, be prepared for some long delays there If we had an earlier car fire on Western 16 out near Highway three that is long distance cleared, drivers are still finding themselves stuck in a few places not includes the south and five drive from Northgate through downtown with the Sounders and Mariners Tonight. Drivers are also running into some delays outside of highway team to the dome. And again as we get out of Lakewood when it comes to travel times as well, over an hour from Olympia Tacoma, we're sitting at 52 minutes. From Tacoma to Olympia. Now if we are traveling over on the East side, an earlier record north on four or five just south of 70. It is still taking up the right lane clogging things up coming off of 5 20. But south and four or five remains bumper to bumper at the Bellevue and we're still.

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"10,000 steps" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:56 min | 6 months ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on WSB-AM

"May divide the audience you may loose and listeners because of that area. It's a very divisive stand. Well, if we're going to lose, the dinosaurs are still walking the earth audience have we really lost? That's the question. You know, I just I'm trying to comprehend what they would think of why. Why would I don't and then again, like the people that it's like a conspiracy theory, like the flat Earth thing was, Oh, I'm convinced they still exist somewhere. So that means like it's a government secret or something or do they are they just like? Haven't thought about it, because why wouldn't you go take a vacation or something? Where you could look at it. You know what I mean? If you thought like if dinosaurs were still roaming the earth Will be pretty damn easy to know where they were when you think like people. Oh, yeah, that's down in the Amazon. That's they're still there, but so I'm guessing 50% think there's some sort of cover up. People believe in cover up, so they never ask the next question. Why? Why would you cover that up? I just listen. Have gone on too long about it because I think as we both know no one listening to this show is dumb enough. To believe. But dinosaurs still roamed the earth. So let's not Let's just move on. No. What about that island off of Costa Rica? Isla Sorna or whatever it was called. You know what? I just feel like I feel like we should just leave this for, you know, listeners to the Bert show or something like that, You know, obviously, that's his listenership. We've got. We've got the other six out of 10 who understand how the world runs. What do you have in headlines? Oh, Eric, this is going to make you a little bit envious. We talked. We opened the show Talk. Tell me. What are you thinking? You don't know me. You don't know this is going to make me a little bit envious. There's always a setup. Do you know? Buckle up, You guys are gonna freak out Well, so we We opened the show, and Eric admitted that he had two donuts before the show because I know that I'm just about to turn that switch. Turn that corner and it's going to be 68 months of no doughnuts. This should be in Inspiration for you. Then headline from the A. J. C. We've gone from envy to inspiration. Well, it should be. Honestly, it's both because listen to this. A 78 year old Atlantan is marking his birthday with a 3000 mile cross country run. He's literally going to go from Los Angeles to Washington, D. C. He already started on May 7th, and he's in the middle of his journey. Now that's his birthday. Isn't he's a May baby like me? So you can do it. Seven. No, I'm not going to do it. No, I won't think about doing that. Well, because listen, I believe in 10,000 steps a day, but I do it in circles. I don't keep walking across the country. It's not my style. Get somewhere Instead, he runs 30 Miles a day. You can do that. Your bill for that? Yeah. You're gonna follow behind me in a pickup truck. So you throw my body into the better the truck and run me to the hospital when That's not sound appealing at all. Well, yeah, for somebody who's sitting around eating Cheetos sitting on your behind. Yeah. Who are you? I'm not. I'm I'm yelling into the mirror. Hey, listen, I don't sit around. I don't sit around on my butt eating. I thought you sit on your butt more than I sit on my butt. Me, That's that's what I think you want to challenge. I want to challenge the but challenge but neat challenge Erik versus that around or we can't say it on the radio. That's correct. The Federal Communications Commission, by the way, which governs this body, But not like I was thinking. Why is he called a commission rather than like the department of, you know, making radio bland. That's it's Yeah, I couldn't ask the commission to keep radio in America Bland. Why are they a commission and not like, uh, You know, like Hud. Should a D in there? It's been around a while. So you know what? Maybe back, you know, in those days when they like the commission sounds a lot more intelligent and a lot better it. Yeah, I don't know. Is it a commission they get together They have, like, you know, Coffee and donuts radio show were ruined today. And what about coalition? Coalition rubber that it's a commission because it is come Coalition Commission coalition is usually private business.

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"10,000 steps" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

05:34 min | 7 months ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You saying. Here we go. Greg's choice. I didn't like that. You know, that was too peppy. Here's Greg's choice. Here's Greg's choice. Greg's choice. No good. Your voice correct Greg's choice. Yeah, that's what did her voice crack. In fact. You did. Okay. All right. A zlotys. You have a legitimate reason choice. There was a little crack in there. Okay, Eggs, right, Greg? What do you think? You think I'm paranoid? What I just said, or do you think I have reason to be suspicious? What? Why do people want to come to my house? Is there a charity drive every two weeks. I think you're just the tough thing. The answer. You're backing me in the corner. I think you're paranoid. Overall, you have these these ideas that aren't based on any kind of reality. The fact you won't go to a park Yeah, I won't get off absurd sense of importance. If there's a murder, they're definitely coming to look for me. No, no, no, no, It's not that first of all, Let's explain this. The reason Now, First of all, I will go to a park. If I'm with other people, and I want to go the park. I don't know what I will not do is make a routine where I walk through a park every day because And I know that I'm never going to murder anybody. So ultimately I'll be exonerated unless I'm framed. But my thinking is if something happens while I'm walking through the park Then I'm at least gonna be bothered and questioned and detained and I don't want that. So you gotta admit there is some likely I'll tell you something. Okay, maybe the likelihood If that actually happened, someone would come ask you If there was evidence you were there. Sure. They're big conversation. As you said, you'd be exonerated my neighbors talking the chances of this. This is the thing. The chances of that happening are so low to begin with. I'm not saying it doesn't happen. It's the same thing with showing sure. Is it going to crush more than likely know you getting in your car? That's more dangerous. Everyone knows this. But there's something in the head. I get it, and that's what's happening here. That's right. And I agree with you. Re with you. But here's the thing that I understand. If I don't walk to the park, it could never happen. That's completely taken off. What are you missing out on? This is your philosophy. If I don't do this thing, this bad thing can happen. So therefore, I'm not gonna do anything. I'll tell you a moment that I had in Florida. So I I walked on the treadmill when I'm down there. Try to get the 10,000 steps. And one day I decided, you know what the hell I'll just I'll just go walk outside and kill a drifter and actually did kill so there's no sidewalks. It's kind of another, not a fun thing, and I'm walking around and these little Neighborhood streets, and then all of a sudden one street. I look over and there is a sidewalk. I don't know where it goes. But I'm trying to get up to 10,000 steps anyway, so I just started walking and it's in a neighborhood and then I go around the corner, and there's a father and his daughter outside playing basketball. Whatever. And I'm walking by and I realized, OK, I'm just gonna go in the street, turn around and come back and I think of myself as like menacing. I know it's taken too long. But in your brain as you age, you still look out of your out of your skull, the same person, so I was always tall and somewhat menacing and had to deal with that when I was a young person and people would be a whole. What's that all about? And so I'm still seeing the world the same way. And as I'm walking back, I'm paranoid. I'm like all they're gonna think this big guy here he comes. He's not in the neighborhood He's like, and then at one point, and then all of a sudden I For one moment I saw myself ofher eyes. Untold guy shuffling through the neighborhood for you leased the person that you would least likely think is a danger but to me, I'm still 19 6 ft Four Menace. All right. I'm neurotic. I'm neurotic. OK, but it leads to a good radio show. Come on, let's look at the pros. Let's look at the pros. I'm not arguing that. But there's there's this center on self, which you are thinking about the other people. So that's that's why you bother people. You do have tendencies a tendency to go into narcissism. But this isn't you are thinking about other people. You don't want to impose. Bother them, scare them with your presence. But still it becomes about you. It was It was weird. Suddenly I flashed from their point of view. Old guy shuffling down the road. There has your As your walk changed at this point, I'm sure it must have. I'm still upright Walker. I'm not. I'm not hunched yet. Your joints hurting. You know what happens is if I do regular walking my 10,000 steps. Uh, Too, and, you know It's the knees and for some reason, the treadmill. It's the hips. I get through it totally get that I get through it. That's amazing. I'm not a scientist. It's amazing that people talk about this. They happened every human who's been alive. Not every some don't actually get old. But people get old and they suffer from these elements. And then when it happens to you, it's nothing new. But you talk about it as if it's no. Because in your mind somewhere you thought this would never happen. This isn't supposed to happen. Absolutely. We get here. No, absolutely. I remember thinking when I was younger, I thought older people were a different species. Somewhere in the back of my mind, Logic said. One day If I live long enough, I'm going to be one of those people. But it might if I was 25 thinking about the age I am now to me. You've been like 150 years not and I wouldn't think it was 100 50 years but so far away that it's not even worth thinking about. So, Yeah, it is. It's a novelty, but I'm over it. You know, I had trouble around 40, but you sound like you're over it. No, I'm over. It s O. Hey, Hey, it hurts to pee, but I'm over it. Hey, you look this. We're not talking about my bladder. Now we're not Eric's choices. Greg's choice. Stop here. It's bladder. It's Greg's choice. You got a choice..

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"10,000 steps" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:01 min | 7 months ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Meant to make the federal government that driving engine of America and then that was a concerted their purpose. Now we move to federalist 10 because I want a little bit of this segment in the last segment. Um, the key line, innit? Enlightened statement will not always be at the helm a meeting we're gonna have mediocrity and sometimes bad men and women at the helm. What is Madison proposed to do about? I just want you to take the floors. You might Do you teach the federalists often in seminar, Doctor? I have many times I have been doing it like because I got graduates teach death of my wife has been Consumed. I teach undergraduate and graduate and I haven't taught the Constitution course in about five years, but I've taught it many times. So how do you teach them and what ordered you from the federal can't read about. In other words, the federals unfolds in an order. The early papers are first steps in an argument. And you know, Federalist 10. In federal nine and federalist Tan, especially in a partnership. They introduced the problem. Of of controlling power, which you must assemble in order to have government. And in Federalist nine. They make the argument that because it's going to be big and spread out. It'll be harder for there to be conspiracies. And and also that, uh, you'll have to talk out loud. It's one of Madison's made points all the way through, although Hamilton Road Federalist night That was 10 makes the point that people get bound up into groups, interest groups and friends and People who think alike and people have the same interests, especially And they formed factions. And you've got to keep those factions from becoming a majority hold that thought will be right back to finish up today's Hillsdale dialogue and federalist 10. But before federal is 10 relief factor dot com, and the reason is you're gonna go work out this Thursday. You're You know, you're all mixed up because the telltale dialogues on the Thursday don't think it's the weekend it's Thursday. Normally to help they'll dialogue is on Friday, but you still need your relief factor on Thursday and Friday. Get ready for that weekend warrior stuff anyway. Get your relief actor. I took it in the first hour today. I'm taking it. I'm telling you to take it in the second hour and I'll tell people in this third hour. Take it, and the reason is very simple. Every day. You should be moving an active every day. You need your 10,000 steps. He I can run him. You can jog him. You can walk him. You can call him. You gotta go 10,000 steps in you and check your iPhone. You make sure you're doing it. But you've got to be active to stay young. And if you're exercising, you need relief acted a Support the relief of those minor aches and pains that come with a good workout. Don't don't Don't turn me off, in fact turned relief factor on it. Relief factor dot com and then come right back for more of the Hillsdale dialogue on Federalist 10 right after this.

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"10,000 steps" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:52 min | 10 months ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Also, and we will come up with strategies to make sure there are available sources of power in energy so that things like this do not happen again. Just to kind of dovetail behind what we were talking about last segment with all the schools. There are thousands of school districts that had to close today. That means I'm thousands. That world That means there were thousands of were open right. But they had to close because of the weather in these last couple of days, National Weather Service Office in Wilmington, North Carolina, sending out a team to survey the damage from that tornado that you were talking about, and confirm that In fact, there was a tornado that touched down. They said it tore through a golf course community, another rural area just before midnight, destroying dozens of homes. The sky lit up, according to share invents, and she's 63, she says. The sky lit up and there was a lot of pop, pop popping and loud thunder. And then it sounded like a train a freight train coming through the roar of a freight train. That's when all the damage occurred. She says her roof was damaged. The garage door was blown off. Windows were shattered. Nearby trees were uprooted, just terrifying. A Z. You can imagine the vaccine rollout that is going on around the country has been impacted by this. In Houston, For example, there was a scramble to get more than 8000 doses of the Madonna Madonna version of vaccine into People's arms. The public health facility in Harris County lost power at about one in the morning yesterday. And the backup generator failed. So they were looking for large groups of people in places where they wouldn't have to drive with appropriate medical personnel on hand. So they took these doses of vaccines to three different hospitals. A 19 year old sophomore waited for nearly four hours with his friends, much of it in the frigid cold, of course, among the last people to get the shots, which If you were waiting normally, and there wasn't a you know a generator problem, they probably would have had to wait until at least next month and more likely to be April before a 19 year old sophomore gets the vaccine. So you're gonna be 70 here on Friday? Oh, my gosh. That's still little that's still little sweatshirt. He whether you want to do the show outside. Friday. Yeah, we'll see my Pete. Are you over That novelty might be cold. You can wade you need to spend time outside. It's the radio steps. That's the new 10,000 steps. All right. Hey, we also have $1000 to give away is how you can win it for your chance at 1000 Bucks. Texas The nationwide keyword cash C. A S h 202 100, You'll get a confirmation texted info. Standard data message rates apply in this nationwide contest That's cash to 200. 200 remember. You've got to pick up the phone. They will be calling from a number You will not recognize. If you don't pick up, they move on with your cash and your sad, very sad..

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"10,000 steps" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:57 min | 10 months ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"App. Well, the Hollywood reporter did a deep dive into Shelly devolved where she been and what a character. Talks about the scars that the Shining left to this day. She talked about crying in the corner for hours after shooting scenes for that movie, just she's hard to watch in that movie. She's always heard what I've always kind of hard time watch. But it's just blew up in my hand. What did the pen Oh wow. Are you OK? I feel OK. I feel OK, But someone gave me a trick. Pen Looks like we have said many times that there are some significant health issues that are being ignored. Or at least not given enough. Wait. Pardon the pun. Because of schools that have been closed since the beginning of this, remember, I'm going to remind you that the CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky has said and put in the CDC guidelines for schools last week. Schools should be the absolute last thing too close and the absolute first thing to open up in a pandemic. You know you go and I had lunch with a friend yesterday and kids air climate all over the place and they're out and about and there you know, it makes no sense. It makes no sense why they're not open. Pediatricians are now warning that the disruption of in person schooling sports and other activities is leading to weight gain that could have long lasting impacts on our health Pediatrician in Brooklyn, says We're seeing a lot of elementary school age kids who are gaining 20 to £30 in a year. That's a half a child. This is massive. It is a huge problem, And this is just wait that zit Just wait. You're talking about the mental issues, the increase in suicides or anything with a mental plaque. Brittany Wilson, a physician assistant with Island Kids, Pediatric Staten Island, New York, said that pandemic seems to have accelerated weight gain among patients, especially those who were already overweight and that Children aged 6 to 12 years old. Seemed to be gaining the most way. Depression is being introduced in these kid's lives way too soon because all of this kid's in grammar school miss their friends. It's showing in the grades and with depression. As you know, it comes weight gain. You know, when you get bored, you are seeking some sort of comfort. There's an interesting Study that was done, it says. Before the pandemic, researchers found Children gained weight faster during summer break than during the school year. And while the rate of weight gain slowed when they're back in school Children didn't lose the pounds that they gained during the summer. This means a prolonged hiatus from in person learning could lead to a substantial cumulative weight gain. Children are more active during the school year. Obviously, they're walking to and from school. They're moving between classrooms. They're doing activities they've got Jim. They've got sports and you take away all of that. And you put the In the home and you tell him you can't leave the home. They're gonna eat more, even if it's even if all you did was after school sports like you were so terrified that your kid is going to get something that you don't want them in class. But you allowed them to take plate take part in sports after school That would make a massive difference in the health, the mental health of the kids. Just the ability to get out and run around and be around friends. Yeah, the mental health to you know, you think about the benefits of sport organized sports and activities like that. It's not just physical benefit. It's mental as well. And I'm I'm I'm frustrated by the ongoing discussions of well, we need to make sure that our kids are safe when they go back to school. Nobody wants your kids to not be safe when they go back to school. If I could go get a manicure in a safe way, right? The kid can go to class in a safe way. Well, and the and the truth of it is that in the studies that we've seen Transmission in schools has been far lower than transmission in the general community. So if if all you do is look at science and stop, you know, leaning into your feelings about this whole thing, Then there's some logic that goes into this because when you look at 11 of these doctors. Doctor has sing. I can't find Sandra has sink a pediatrician medical director of the American Academy of Pediatrics Institute for Healthy Childhood Wait. Says. I sometimes think of this as the footprint that Cove it will leave on our population, increased obesity, food insecurity and chronic disease. Look about that. That's what we're leaving our kids with. And it's not a simple is saying, you know, kids are resilient, which they are. They'll be able to go back to school. And forget about this that the bad habits have already taken shape in terms of laziness, even sliding into depression, food habits, things like that. And if you've ever tried to lose a certain amount of weight You. You let yourself go. You had health issues, something you put on 30 £40 harder to lose it. That was to put it on, right. But I mean, even if you're a kid and kids like you said, you walking to and from school, they're active. They could do the sports and stuff after school, So it's gonna be easier for them hopefully to get back into this, But we're You know, we're trading one risk for the other. The one risk of The obesity and the mental issues that are going to be going on with our kids, the lack of learning the speed bump and what was their, you know, normal educational and social development because we're afraid that they're going to get something that is almost never going to kill them. The experts are also trying to highlight the importance of nature being in fresh air, taking a walk, looking at the trees the whole bit getting away from the cars in the concrete. But this will help your health. Your longevity. They say it's not just exercised The pellet on doesn't count. You gotta get outdoors. Look at the birds Breathe the air. Two hours a day, they say. Is the new 10,000 steps. Find if I'm just sitting outside, like, not even walking, But you're sitting outside makes me feel happy. If nothing else. I mean, the vitamin D that you're gonna get from from being outside. But the fact that if this was a goal if goal if a goal for you was to be outside two hours a day Then. There's other things that come along with that the same thing with the 10,000 steps. I mean, even if you didn't hit 10,000 steps, the fact that you knew about it and wanted to and ended up 1500 steps short of it, or whatever the number is, you're a least doing something. And you may not be able to get two hours a day..

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"10,000 steps" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:52 min | 10 months ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"It less bouncy in an attempt to reduce offense scoring. Basically if you're home runs in games Good afternoon, splicing. Minor slowdown see track incidents on the northwest side of 35,000 Oaks. We now have a new crash in the area. Traveling south bound at Olympia Parkway with heavy slow down back to FM 3009 party side of I 10 crash, walking two lanes traveling westbound and Ackerman with heavy slowdowns back to Woodlake Parkway. I'm Shannon Sampson. These radios have 100 W. Away. I'm not a bad start to the week. It all could be a little drizzle or Fong overnight with all the warmth in place, a low dropping down to 58 lower visibility's from some fog that shows up by sunrise, foggy to start in a few places Tuesday. Then some partial sun on high of 75 meteorologist sparked a video from the Weather Channel on San Antonio's official weather Station News Radio 1200 Wook. I San Antonio's breaking news, traffic and weather news radio 1200 W Away. I all the good stuff. Yeah, Rubio keeps you on top of pop culture. So last month, the Grammy Awards were postponed from January 31st to March 21st. And now some info is starting to trickle out about what fans can expect to see from the show. According to Variety, instead of the show, taking place inside Los Angeles is staple center. As usual, the show will be held in the outdoor air. The of the Los Angeles Convention Center with the staple center, which is next door, providing a backdrop show will reportedly go on without an audience. But there will be a library carpet and there will be a mixture of live and pre recorded performances, with some possibly taking place at locations other than the convention center. So far, no performances have been announced. All right on, that's what's popping. I'm Rubio on I Heart radio. You're 10,000 steps should have parked closer. You are 32.

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"10,000 steps" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

08:02 min | 10 months ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Conspiracy theory born online. Took over the Republican Party sent followers to Congress on with Donald Trump incited a mob that attack the capital and murdered a cop. Then Trump and Republicans in Congress decided with violent cumin mob covers from Mike Garcia to have stood with us, but he was a coward. People did to protect Trump Congressman Mike Garcia. He stood with Q. Not you. Did you see she's responsible for the content of this advertising. Scott, one of the Hill newspaper. The hill dot com is following this story. He is joining us on the phone here in Washington. How would you best describe exactly what is going on within the Republican Party? Wealthy? You know, what we're saying is is the two wings of the Republican Party, the pro Trump wing and the establishment wing, really battling it out for control of the party in this post, Trump Post president Trump World on so What we're seeing is is, uh, this battle exemplified by these two Republican lawmakers, one Liz Cheney, who we know very well. The daughter of Vice President Dick Cheney, who is one of the highest ranking Republican leader in in Congress, Uh, female leader and Marjorie Taylor Greene, who exemplifies the pro Trump wing. She is ah. Uh, very conservative lawmaker. She has been, uh, identified by her belief and many of these conspiracy theories, um, you know, concerning 9 11 concerning mass school shootings, and so, uh, we're seeing this play out really? In the next couple days here, things are really coming to a head where Kevin McCarthy and the Republican Conference in the house will have to decide the fate of these two leaders, you know? Will Marjorie Taylor Greene be ousted from her committee assignments because of some of these extreme beliefs that she holds that? Many in the party seat as toxic to the party and whether it Liz Cheney because she supported the impeachment of President Trump. Will she face that backlash and be removed as the GOP conference chairwoman? Uh, we should know the answer to both of those questions, probably in the next 48 hours, and we already know that Liz Cheney is going to be challenged in their home state. But in terms of support, or lack thereof among her House Republican colleagues, how much pressure is there to remove her from the number three position in the house? Well, I think there are very vocal members of the pro trump wing of the party right now, namely Matt Gates and a handful of others. Andy Biggs, the Freedom Caucus chairman, who are Clamoring for Liz Cheney to either resign as GOP conference chairwoman or to be forced out, and and so what we're sort of waiting to see is whether they call a special meeting of House Republicans tomorrow to weigh that very question whether they take that drastic step I don't think we've seen that step taken the removal of a member of leadership in in decades. Not certainly not in my memory. I don't know if it's ever happened before. Um, but you know, we saw Matt Gates, the Republican pro Trump Republican congressman from Florida travel to Cheney's home district in Wyoming to rally a crowd of Trump supporters in urging chain. His ouster. Um you know that better, certainly something rare that we've seen And so all of these events, um sort of underscore that the tensions in the party right now, as Republicans try to figure out whether to continue to embrace President Trump as the leader of their party. War. As as Liz Cheney and Mitch McConnell would say, to try to turn the page on President Trump, Given the fact that he number one, he lost the White House. He cost Republicans in the House of Representatives and the 2018 midterms. And and now he has, uh some would argue that he has cost Republicans control of the Senate. Given that the two Georgia seats flipped in the runoff elections after Trump left office, and so we're seeing this play out in very dramatic form in particular, over these next couple days here, we're talking with Scott walking his work available at the hill dot com Let's turn to House Democrats. And what options they have with regard to pressure to remove the freshman representative from Georgia from her seat. Marjorie Taylor Greene. Yeah, In recent days, we had heard Democrats call on Kevin McCarthy, the Republican leader to remove her from two of her committees that she had just recently been assigned as a freshman lawmaker. One is is the Budget committee. The second is much more interesting. The Education and Workforce Committee because Uh, in recent days we have learned, or it's come to light from reporting from CNN and others that she had, uh, you know, she had a spouse, some some conspiracy theorist views that the mass school shootings and Parkland Uh, Florida and Sandy Hook Elementary and Connecticut were hoaxes assed She called them and so That has created added scrutiny with her appointment to the Education committee. Now Democrats are are putting pressure on McCarthy and have continued to do so most recently with a new resolution by Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the Florida congresswoman, the former DNC chairwoman, who who wants to call a vote on the House floor later this week to remove Mark Retailer Green from those two committees bring that resolution to the House floor, put all House members on record. They say that unless McCarthy takes action first in the next 48 hours they intend to do so. And so this is this is the jam that Kevin McCarthy finds him and he is really between a rock and hard place. He won't He understands that he is under enormous pressure. Um, you know to to distance the party from some of these extremist views by Marjorie Taylor Green At the same time, he cannot alienate Ah lot of these trump supporters who align themselves with Marjorie Taylor Greene and with President Trump. He needs President Trump to activate the base and really turn out Republican voters in the upcoming 2022 midterm election. Hey, he feels he is right on the cusp Because of that narrow majority. He feels he's on the verge of the speakership. But he is having to walk this very fine line of of, you know, not alienating moderate suburban voters while also not alienating the pro Trump base that he'll need Tol to win back the majority and, of course, as the story unfolds, live coverage of the House on C Span Television and your reporting at the Hill newspaper. In the hill. Com Scott one, As always, we thank you for being with us. Thanks, Steve..

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"10,000 steps" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:20 min | 11 months ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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"10,000 steps" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:32 min | 11 months ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"10,000 steps" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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"10,000 steps" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"10,000 steps" Discussed on KTRH

"Death announcement red bone wrote for his own passing with his trademark Panama hat black tie and sunglasses. The singer songwriter emerged in the folk era and brought back is Bob bell ragtime, tin pan alley style to TV shows TV movie. Liane red bone was actually sixty nine Nikki Courtney's radio seven forty KTAR H KTAR news time to four China accuses the US of economic terrorism, as spokesperson for China's ministry of foreign affairs said Thursday that the White House has brought huge damage to the economies of other countries and the US itself through its trade policies. He also described his trade policy is typical economic terrorism earlier this month. The Trump administration signed an order, that potentially band, major Chinese companies such as wal way from buying a vital components such as computer chips, from the US many. Those chips are made using rare earth minerals that are exported from China. Lisa Carter, a new study says while ten thousand steps today can support good health. You might get by with much fewer if you're an older woman, you can lower your risk of death by taking his few as forty four hundred steps. That's what researchers at Brigham and women's hospital in Boston concluded after a. Four year study of eighteen thousand women whose average age was seventy two women took forty four hundred steps day, significantly lowered their death risk compared to women who took only twenty seven hundred steps the risk of death continued to decrease as the number of steps increased but seems to level off at around seventy five hundred steps day. That's NBC's. Phil. Hulett sandiego hospital officials say they've delivered the world's smallest surviving baby when she was born in December she weighed in it barely a half pound little girl, now as a healthy, five pounds. Doctors told her parents, she might not survive the first twenty four hours previous record was held by German baby born in two thousand fifteen that way, just seven grams more on Wall Street, the Dow is now down thirty two the NASDAQ is down seven s and p five hundred down to oil at fifty six forty four. Our next update at two thirty. And now the Sean Hannity show, I'm Scott cutter in Houston's news, weather, and traffic station, NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h. KTAR H traffic.

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