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Haaland scores 11th EPL goal, City beats 10-man Wolves 3-0

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Haaland scores 11th EPL goal, City beats 10-man Wolves 3-0

"Erling Haaland continues to rack up goals and Manchester City continues to rack up wins in a three zero shutout of Wolverhampton Holland netted his 11th league goal in 7 games a strike from outside the box that gave city a two zero lead after just 16 minutes The game was just 55 seconds old when Jack Grealish put the league co leaders ahead Phil Foden assisted on the greelish goal and capped the scoring in the 69th minute for manager Pep Guardiola aside The first 50 20 minutes we were so aggressive but we were not able to control the build up in the second box in the long and they could run And again was dangerous City pace is the league with 23 goals I'm Dave ferry

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Alcaraz makes history with his first US Open title -- and it's only the beginning

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 weeks ago

Alcaraz makes history with his first US Open title -- and it's only the beginning

"Spain's Carlos alcaraz has written himself into the tennis history books by securing his first major win at the U.S. open the 19 year old Spaniard became the first teenager to reach the top of the ATP world rankings and he did it by toughing at another lengthy New York battle securing the three hour and 20 minutes like fest over Norway's Casper road 6 four two 6 7 6 6 three Alcaraz had reached his first Grand Slam title on the back of three consecutive 5 set battles but still somehow had

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David A. Arnold Goes Through His Comedic Creative Process

The Ed Mylett Show

02:04 min | 2 weeks ago

David A. Arnold Goes Through His Comedic Creative Process

"I'm curious what this process is like. I want them to go through this grind with you. You have an hour act, right? Yeah. And I speak, and I know what it's like to even get tired of hearing from myself. What does it look like when you start creating material all the way to the special? How many hours go into this? When are you writing one of the concepts come up? How many sets do you have to do to where you're like, this is tight now? I own this, this is the creative process to have one special because I think the other thing that's underestimated is this the amount of precise grinding and working required to become outstanding at what you do. That's part of the process. Yeah, that's a great question. You know, every comedian is different. Some people comedians would like to go, I don't write nothing down. I'm not that person. I'm not that good. My bits come from being in the moment and living and having experiences. But are you in the experience of miscarriage even if you're going, this could be a bit? Yes. Okay. Comedians are very introverted people. We're very on top of everything we're thinking and feeling. Like everything. Like all the information that comes at us as it's coming to us, we're evaluating and giving our opinion on it in our head. Like so any interaction with you, my wife, the constantly that's just where I'm at, right? And so like for me, when I started going out and working out for the week, I think we did, I want to say we did 30 cities, which is comedy clubs, and we know I do 5 shows a weekend. So you take that 30 times 5, it's about a 150 sets. An hour and 20 minutes is normally when I'm on stage doing. And you know, you do this again and again and again, and I record all of my material. I record every set that I do. And I go back and when I'm on the treadmill or I'm in the gym the next day working out, I listen to it. So I can go, oh, that's good. Nope, that's no good. I don't need that. Get that. It's work. It's a process. Again, it's reps. It's like, you know, it's like how you get tone. Again, again, again, again, again. Like that's literally it.

Rampant Liverpool scores 9, Haaland nets hat trick for City

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Rampant Liverpool scores 9, Haaland nets hat trick for City

"Erling Holland notched his first Premier League hat trick while guiding Manchester City to a four two victory over Crystal Palace The three goal performers came after palace built a two zero lead after just 21 minutes Bernardo Silva began the city come back 8 minutes into the second half Holland followed with three in the space of 20 minutes giving him 6 goals already this season It was the fourth time in 6 league games in which city has fallen two goals behind City has ten points through four games two behind first place arsenal palace has four points I'm Dave ferry

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Julie Kelly: Leaking Info to Corrupt Media Isn't Helping Garland

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | Last month

Julie Kelly: Leaking Info to Corrupt Media Isn't Helping Garland

"Julius is that why you think Garland gave this kind of rushed this is sniveling coward of a human being gave this rushed kind of pathetic presser yesterday where he just scuttled off without even taking a single question They must know this that the narrative they've lost the narrative at this point They've lost the narrative and I'll tell you Dan leaking information to The Washington Post and now just within the past 15 20 minutes to The Wall Street Journal Instead of letting the legal process or doing what they said that they were going to do which is wait until this afternoon to hear from Trump's lawyers and then they would release at their leaking it to the same regime propagandist who obliged the American people about everything related to Donald Trump for 6 years This does nothing to restore their credibility It actually burns it even further because the only people that Americans hate more and trust less than the federal government is the news media And they're giving it to these mainstream outlets who promoted the Russia collusion hoax and every other stupid scheme that the government has put the anti Trump government forces have put together So this is not in for Merrick Garland and Chris ray basically to low key threat in Americans for criticizing this or criticizing the agency That really is certainly not helpful and will infuriate people even more Julia I'm having

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Caller: Everybody Has Gone After Trump Since He Announced His Campaign

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:53 sec | Last month

Caller: Everybody Has Gone After Trump Since He Announced His Campaign

"What are the biggest problems that I've seen since literally since Trump announced for president? Is there everybody in your mother's been going after him? Let's see, Obama Biden went after him. They spied on him? There was the Russian collusion. Impeachment one impeachment two, now the January 6th, which if you think about it, he had nothing to do with it because his speech didn't end until 20 minutes after. They started the quote unquote. Well, listen, he made a statement today. He released a statement with a very thorough explanation about, first of all, why he's pleading the 5th today with this witch hunt. Where things are right now. And as he pointed out, they have tried for 5 years to stop him, these attacks have been relentless,

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Israel Is Flourishing Despite Itself

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:29 min | 2 months ago

Israel Is Flourishing Despite Itself

"It's hard to do business in Israel. And yet Israel has somehow against all odds and against bad policy exploded economically speaking. It is known as startup nation. It is the place on earth with the most startups per CAPiTA, Israel is a very small country. Territorially, it's tiny. It take you about 45 minutes to drive the width of the entire land of Israel in certain parts of Israel. Maybe less. In certain parts of Israel it's more like 20 minutes. The entire territory of the State of Israel is about half the size of New Jersey. You don't really understand the Israeli Arab conflict until you come here and you spend some time in Jerusalem. Everybody lives cheek by jowl. You can actually visibly see a Ramallah from Jerusalem. The parts of Jerusalem that you hear the left talk about dividing Jerusalem that is not possible. It's like taking your house and saying, during a divorce case, you just divide the house down the middle. You take this bathroom and I'll take this bedroom. It's not going to work. It's very, very foolish, but in spite of all of this, Israel has been able to achieve phenomenal economic success. Israel is burdened with a terrible bureaucratic system. It is dominated by public sector unions, Israel has a terrible judicial system in which the judiciary. You're about judicial activism in the United States. At least in the United States, there's a written constitution. There is no written constitution in Israel. So the Supreme Court of Israel basically just writes whatever it wants. And everybody is expected to comply. The Supreme Court in Israel actually even appointed its own successors. So imagine Ruth Bader Ginsburg appointing her own successor. That's essentially how it works. In the State of Israel, these folks were not answerable to the actual legislature of the State of Israel the Knesset. Despite all these problems, Israel has seen a lot of success.

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Trace Gallagher: Leaked Surveillance Video Shows Inept Uvalde Police

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Trace Gallagher: Leaked Surveillance Video Shows Inept Uvalde Police

"It doesn't, it doesn't get us away from the reality that the response to the mass shooting, 77 minutes, while this monster was in their slaughtering, these precious angels. Here was trace Gallagher Gallagher's coverage, no relation, trace Gallagher over on Fox News. Tucker the entire video was 77 minutes. It was obtained by KV UE TV and the Austin American statesman who cut it to four minutes and removed some sound. But the context remains very much the same, meaning that for more than an hour, heavily armed police officers stood in a school hallway during an active shooting and did nothing. Here's the timeline. 1133 a.m., the gunman enters the school through a propped open door and starts shooting into rooms and one 11 and one 12. Two minutes later, police enter through the same propped open door. Three officers go toward the classroom, but when the gunman opens fire, they retreat to where the other officers are positioned. Watch. And by now there are 19 officers on campus. Now at the same time, a girl calls 9-1-1 and whispers that she's in room one 12. Over the next 20 minutes, she calls back four more times, telling dispatchers that multiple children are dead, some are alive and that she desperately needs help. She got nothing at 1215 S.W.A.T. team members arrive on campus, but still do not enter the classrooms. 47 minutes after the shooting began an officer walks over, gets hand sanitizer and goes back to his waiting position. It took one hour, 17 minutes before border patrol agents finally breached the door, entered the class, and killed the

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The next frontier for drones: letting them fly out of sight

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

The next frontier for drones: letting them fly out of sight

"Aviation authorities in the U.S. and elsewhere are getting ready to relax some of the safeguards they've imposed on drone operators namely keeping the drone within the operator's line of sight Some companies are receiving waivers that allow them to operate drones and not have to keep their eyes on them such as utilities inspecting high voltage power lines need Roby of Dominion Energy services and Virginia says it makes the job easier Now you can go in on a 20 minute flight and inspection that may have taken a week you can do it in 20 minutes But pilots of lightweight aircraft warn that largely autonomous drones operating at low altitudes is a disaster waiting to happen Donna water Washington

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Sean Spicer Tells Us About His Latest Podcast Adventure

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Sean Spicer Tells Us About His Latest Podcast Adventure

"Sean, welcome back to the Douglas podcast. Always going to be with you Doug. Yeah, we're at 5 o'clock every weekday. And then the thing that's interesting is the show, I love doing the show. It's been one of the greatest things in my life, just to be able to have these great conversations with folks. Every night, but there are only limited to 5 to 7 minutes. And so you get three to four questions. And the thing that I wanted to do with this podcast, it's just twice a week, so it's not meant to. It's meant to, so many times I have a guest. And I'll say, okay, so it's topical. So tonight we're having, you know, so and so on and we're going to talk about immigration, but I'm like, gosh, I really love the background of that person. And so the title of the podcast is beyond the briefing. And the idea is when I was press secretary, everyone knew me from the briefing. And I was like, well, there's a lot beyond the briefing that you don't know about me. And so the idea is to get to know people beyond the briefing. So the other day I interviewed the president of Guatemala on the show. Well, everybody wants you to ask the questions that Kamala Harris won't, right? Immigration. But when you start to do some research about this guy, his political background and his upbringing are absolutely fascinating. And I'm thinking, okay, this is the kind of guy that I want to sit down with for 20 minutes. And again, that's the idea. It's just 20 minutes to go beyond the briefing to say, tell me a little bit about who you are as a person, you know, and I'm just an inquisitive guy. I mean, whether it's how does Doug Collins get elected to Congress and, you know, you and I have known each other. Yeah, there's a lot of people ask that question. I sort of grown up in politics. I always, I was the kid that always would sort of like love to scratch that surface and be like, tell me, how did you get here? And so whether it's business entertainment politics, I'm just always inquisitive about how somebody got there.

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Plane wreckage found in Nepal mountains; 21 bodies recovered

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Plane wreckage found in Nepal mountains; 21 bodies recovered

"Rescuers are searching a mountainside in Nepal have recovered the bodies of 21 of the 22 people who were on board a plane that crashed a day earlier The Tara air turboprop twin otter plane had lost control with the airport tower on Sunday while flying on a scheduled 20 minute flight in an area of deep river gorges and mountain tops recovery efforts were delayed because some bodies had been pinned under the plains wreckage rescuers have had to work with their bare hands due to difficulties moving the metal debris for Indians and two Germans were on the plain the three crew members and other passengers when a parley nationals I'm Charles De

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Kash Patel Goes After Left With New Ad in Time Square

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:50 sec | 4 months ago

Kash Patel Goes After Left With New Ad in Time Square

"Cash is in the new studio grade. This studio is awesome and I'm glad that I'm like the first guest to be in here. Yeah, you actually are the first guest you are the inaugural guest. I'll take it. So we're running your ad behind you, just so you know. Okay, can I just talk about this real quick? So what better way to go after the left than go to the heart of the enemy's kingdom? So in Times Square, this billboard is literally launching in 20 minutes, and it is going to play a hundred times a day for the next week, Durham watch dot com. We actually have the biggest theater and we're going to force it down the mainstream media's throats and every corrupt bureaucrat in New York City and we are going to educate the world on what Durham watch is, what happened in Russia gate and you can follow it. I'm going to do a live daily updates on truth social at cash for the trial. And this is the first of three

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Phelim McAleer Describes His Film 'My Son Hunter'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | 4 months ago

Phelim McAleer Describes His Film 'My Son Hunter'

"For those people listening who are not familiar with the film that you and Ann are making, tell us what is this film because you've been on the show, but not everybody listens to the show every day. My son hunter is the film. It's about Hunter Biden's dodgy dealings. I say it's part Austin Powers, parts on the carrier part House of Cards. It's about Hunter Biden's dodgy dealings. It's about Joe Biden's dodgy dealings. It's an absurdist romp through Hunter Biden's drug adult past and possibly present. And it's true. It's true. I mean, the best source of a lot of it is hunker Biden's autobiography, where he talks about, I mean, this is a guy who says, I had to leave the board meeting of burisma every 20 minutes to take a crack hit, you know, to get some crack in my system. This guy was getting paid $83,000 a month by burisma for four years. He was paid millions of dollars. He was part of a $1.2 billion fund. By the Chinese government, he was getting money from the former mayor of Moscow's ex-wife, 3.5 million, he was money was just flowing in from these foreign sources, and he has emails. Joe Biden is called in for 10%. Joe Biden has come in for 50%. These are facts. So anyway, but that's the fact. Not anyway. I want to be very clear. So in case anybody's driving in their half listening, this is true and fail them an Ann a journalist and they're making a film about this. A movie. Whatever the difference is. Filming a movie. Stop it. This is what happens to me like I always put into the room. But my question is, you're making, you're making a movie. Okay, but the point is it's true. And it's about the biggest story there is. We're talking about corruption. In The White House, corruption at the highest level with our foreign enemies. Everyone ought to be clamoring to cover this and as we know, it's crickets. That's how you know we're living in truly mad times.

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Man Killed During Traffic Stop in Grand Rapids, MI

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:02 min | 5 months ago

Man Killed During Traffic Stop in Grand Rapids, MI

"Right now, is a real mess. And it centers around the police shooting of a 26 year old named Patrick la loya. Here's a report on what's happening in Grand Rapids, Michigan, from WDIV, local four in Michigan. Another African American man has died as a result of the use of lethal force with the interaction of law enforcement. 9 days after Patrick Leo was shot and killed during a traffic stop, Grand Rapids police releasing the video showing the deadly confrontation. 20 minutes of video, some of it too graphic to show. It's a protesters gathering outside the Grand Rapids police department tonight calling for the officer who shot and killed 26 year old Patrick Leigh oya to be charged in his death. The entire case is been turned over to Michigan state police. Our Martin McDonald is live downtown tonight Mara. Law enforcement veterans say the investigation is going to take a while. That's right, Kimberly and here's why, because there are multiple videos from multiple angles of what happened that morning. There are multiple witnesses and then you add on top of that, the confrontation between these two men before that fatal shot was fired. There's a lot to unpack here. It's just after 8 a.m. on April 4th when the 7 year veteran of the Grand Rapids police department to the GRP is not identifying, pulls Patrick Leo ya over for having the wrong plate on the vehicle. Stay in the car. Leo, a Congolese immigrant exits the car and doesn't follow the officer's orders to stay in the car. Liu ya tries to run, a chase and struggle go on for two minutes. There is no backup. Police say Liu ya has his hands on the officer's taser in the last frames of video you see the officer on top of Leo, he pulls his firearm and shoots Liu ya once in the back of the head, killing him. It's an absolute tragedy. It's

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"20 minutes" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

20 Minute Fitness

01:33 min | 6 months ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

"Hi and welcome to 20 minute fitness. I'm your host Martin Kessler and today we're airing our mid March episode of 20 minutes fitness..

Phelim McAleer Describes the Contents of Hunter Biden's Laptop

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:04 min | 6 months ago

Phelim McAleer Describes the Contents of Hunter Biden's Laptop

"But what is some of the stuff on this laptop? So we get an idea of the kind of people we're dealing with. Yeah, so I suppose I should have expanded out of the start. I mean, hunter, for those who don't know a hundred byte, I mean, he's a self confessed drug addict crack cocaine methamphetamines. Alcoholic, he had numerous affairs with prostitutes, strippers, he, but he also then, in the middle of this, was getting $83,000 a month from a Ukrainian energy company, he was part of a $1.2 billion private Chinese private private equity fund pretty much controlled by the Chinese Communist Party. He received a gift of a diamond ring from a Chinese businessman. He received a credit card with a $100,000 for him and his uncle from a Chinese businessman. He was on the board of this Ukrainian oil and gas company and he said, every 20 minutes I had to leave a board meeting to go and take a hit of crack cocaine. So this topic, is it not? Maybe one of your listeners or viewers could tell us, you know, I'm sure a lot of you are listeners of years have been on the boards of listed companies that are public companies. And I'm sure that it's common corporate governance to leave every 20 minutes. And they're like crazy to do a line of this or that. I think it helps. I think it helps it helps with the corporate government. I mean, if you think about it though, this is the sort of thing that Hollywood, we talked a moment ago about the abdication of the world of journalism to do their job. It's like the story of the century, similar with Hollywood. This, apart from you and Anne, making this film, I mean, this is the sort of thing people dream about. There wasn't 100th of the kind of nefarious shenanigans in the Nixon administration. I mean, if you go behind the scenes, the Nixon administration, you're not going to find this level of corruption. And it's just comedy almost. And they didn't touch it.

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White House Rows Back Biden's Regime Change Remarks About Putin

The Trish Regan Show

01:48 min | 6 months ago

White House Rows Back Biden's Regime Change Remarks About Putin

"Vladimir Putin now actually has something to stand on, right? Now he can actually point to the U.S. and say, well, look, they're trying to get rid of me. They do want regime change. Joe Biden went over to Poland, he made a big speech. I actually thought myself. It was a pretty good speech. I actually thought he said what needed to be said. I mean, I've been saying all along. This guy can't continue in power. Russia will not be able to resume its position on the world stage as any kind of economic player given what has just happened. You don't forgive and forget things like Ukraine. And so truly, I do believe the president, you know, I don't agree with him on much, was right. In what he said, the problem is, you can't always say it. You can't, you got to be disciplined, do the president of the United States of America, and by the way, you're working with NATO. And NATO has their own issues that they've got to confront surrounding poo and they don't want to escalate the situation. So if Biden, who's getting up there in years, can't quite keep a lid on what he's saying, it actually puts other players over there in Europe and a whole lot more supposition, which is why you saw Macron come out then again in his speech over the weekend and say, you know, we shouldn't be pushing for regime change. The White House did within minutes. I think I tweeted. At the time, wow, you know, I actually agree with the president on something. And then I spoke too soon clearly because within like 20 minutes, The White House was like, no, no, no, no, no, no, that's not what he meant. He didn't mean regime change. Well, let's be honest with each other. How can he not mean regime change? You can not have thousands of people civilians, children, being killed, like people have been killed in Ukraine.

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Daily Mail: Obama's Multimillion-Dollar Hawaii Mansion Features Controversial Sea Wall

Mark Levin

01:01 min | 8 months ago

Daily Mail: Obama's Multimillion-Dollar Hawaii Mansion Features Controversial Sea Wall

"Tribe articles here Pelosi spent over half a million on private jets despite claiming we have a moral obligation to reduce emissions I'll bet 99% of conservative talk show hosts been about 20 minutes on that I won't Exclusive trouble in Paradise scowling Barack Obama inspects the construction of his new multi-million dollar Hawaiian mansion So he's got a mansion in New York excuse me in the Washington mansion of monsters venue Imagine in Chicago and a mansion in Hawaii Because America is an oppressive backwards white dominant society of course He's inspecting the construction of his new multi-million dollar mansion in Hawaii controversial seawall which his neighbors fear will erode the beach line How did he get zoning approval for his beach wall I have a home on a beach They would never prove a beach wall So how did he get the beach wall How do you get the beach wall

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Drake's Saucy Plan to Stop Women Stealing His Sperm

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:50 min | 9 months ago

Drake's Saucy Plan to Stop Women Stealing His Sperm

"Apparently there's some chick who had a one night stand with Drake. They met. He said, let's go back to my hotel. They had 20 minutes of sex. She was very descriptive of him. She said he's about 7 inches long. He mainly took her from behind. I mean, is this girl was very descriptive? I guess she wanted to prove that she could point out his penis if you had, I don't know where she was going, but she was very descriptive. So she has this one night stand. And he wore a condom. Because first of all, he's pretty corny, but here's the thing. Guys, is this, you know, is this smart or what? You tell me, after the deed was done, Drake apparently went to the bathroom, tied the rubber in a knot. And tossed it in the garbage. Now, I don't know why he didn't just flush it in the bowl. It's a fucking hotel who cares. Well, the story making the rounds is that the chick then went to the bathroom to wash up. She found the rubber untied the knot and lay it on her back, put her feet up on the wash bin and empty the contents of the condom inside her vagina. And then she felt holy hell. She felt Lucifer's breath, a very big burning sensation, and she thought of the scream, Drake ran in the baths. I'm like, what's wrong? What's wrong? And she's like, my vagina's on fire. And he's like, oh, fuck, I put hot sauce in my condoms when I'm done with them. To kill the sperm. I don't know if he keeps hot sauce in his back pocket, like Hillary Clinton is doing a bag. Makes you wonder why Hillary kept it, right? Or he keeps it in a medicine cabinet. I don't know. But apparently if you put a few drops in your condom, it kills sperm. I didn't know that. Maybe it even maybe it doesn't, but it sounds like effective. But it's also something that a lot of guys are going to think about doing with one night

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"20 minutes" Discussed on Hurdle

Hurdle

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on Hurdle

"It will happen right and again like i'm allowed. And we're all allowed to have these moments where we feel upset and we navigate the emotion. You have to feel right. You have to go through the motions. You don't have to be so strong hall of the damn time but and a possible pivot of my plans. And i plan to make this call next wednesday. Because i'm thinking long term. And i know how important it is to prioritize my body and that i wanna be able to move for a long damn time and that pushing myself for this one moment is me losing sight again of the journey and of how far i've come not just in the last three months by god like in my life fry like i didn't work my ass off in college to lose weight and find running and learn to love.

"20 minutes" Discussed on Hurdle

Hurdle

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on Hurdle

"To five minute. Friday from hurdle. Today's installment of five minute friday will be anything but five minutes there. I said it. I have something. Get off my chest. Some of you may have caught me talking about this briefly yesterday on and instagram live. And now i am ready to bring it to the feed. This episode is going to be unedited and pretty raw so stick with me here. I'm dealing with an injury. It could just be a hip strain. I can't believe i'm even saying this word i. It could be a hernia about a week and a half ago. After long run. I ran twenty two twenty three miles and it fell amazing and i was so excited and after that run i made myself a b. l. t. and i actually went to a concert with some friends and had myself a day and i remember getting home and going to bed and waking up in the morning and feeling so sore in my lower abs like a level of soreness that it had been so long since i've felt and also was like a little debilitating at the time. I was laying on my couch sunday with no plans of going anywhere doing anything and to like sit up from lying on the couch watching ted lasso. I had to like use my arm to assist myself even remember throwing this like into an instagram story..

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"20 minutes" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

20 Minute Fitness

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

"I really really applaud you for for what you already have accomplished. Yes definitely not be an easy route. And i can definitely not advise anyone to ever try and build hardware and you know software service around the. It's definitely very challenging on. But listen carol i wanna finish off. Today's podcast with lightning round. So i have a few questions for you. And i don't think too hard about any of them yet. When you get you know top of your minds. Quick to sounds excellent. Let's do it okay. Number one which one piece of gear. You wouldn't leave the house with running shoes and ex question. what i you go. To running shoes correctly nike alpha allies and The order and what's been your hardest run ever february twenty one two thousand and twenty one. My my first real attempt to To run up ninety minutes you best run. And why doubles also the best part great. Because it was really really hard. I will sit for it to to have a few pacers and with me that that put me on the path it was it was. It was really tough. Anna deavere herod go through training. Run that he take on a regular basis. Yeah everyday run along the river here in shanghai and it's amazing it is Any five kilometers off. Pay paint the perfect running trill so it is amazing. It takes me twenty five minutes to get there but it's always worth. I just like rough go there and we already talked about running back but you have any favorite running. Yeah i think. The stripe bald is phenomenal. understanding my critical powers really the first op marathon iran with that i was able to run it. Based on the plan we set up to t and that was just amazing that was a great fear and if every book around health and fitness saves rebuke around health and fitness. I think. Ultimately i think still love by the because i think sleep is is so instrumental in such a game. Changer around self care. And let's go to running snack pre during and after. I never eat while i run. I don't really. I don't snack actually so there's really nothing. I drink water sometimes afterwards. I might have vitamin water. The deaths basically at at a half marathon fe descent nutrition is really not not a big thing to take care of that becomes strategy. When you do a full marriage devon of besides foods like anything you treat yourself with after a really long run then. Funny enough there is. There's a french bakery midst running trail too. Sometimes i find myself a gift and run with it for five k next to the car and then when i go back home i eat. You know a little bit of a bike with some cheese and trying to tell you right now. Running from shanghai missa guest. Yes it was a. And then sometimes i bring for my daughter chocolate for song because i see las stuff guilty glaciers. And what do you do when you saw any favorite piece of recovery gear. Yeah it's a foam rolling..

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"20 minutes" Discussed on Business School

Business School

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on Business School

"Coffee applauded sheet of paper. I divided up in three columns on those columns. All i do is write. I write every single action item. That it's in my head. It can be something as big as taxes to clean the closet recording a podcast to writing an email. Whatever put everything on the piece of paper as long as action items only. I'll leave the back of the piece of paper empty just in case i need to drawer. Think whatever most importantly circle the items that must be completed in the upcoming week identified eighth any of these items need to be completed today which is generally the saturday the sunday that i'm doing it on myself. The limit like an hour or two hours. But you wanna give yourself a time limit of the why otherwise time the project will expand. The time allotted which you don't want them. Since i know what i know now says i know the things that must be completed the coming week i start to slot them into various lots on the calendar. Thirty minute block. Sixty minute blocks even box multiple blocks then once all those is filled out any other white space that is remaining. I block it off either rest time. Recreation time travel time etc so have a completely scripted week completely scripted week and once. That's done. i'm ready for the day because dan. I'm a ready to tackle any of the important things that come against me to me and interrupt me for the rest of the week. That is a ritual that i used to actually spend just twenty minutes creating the perfect week every single week. Remember you cannot leave perfect to chance. You cannot lead perfect chance all it takes us a little bit of planning so that you can define and defend the per- perfect week that you want to have. It takes a scripting it takes in touch analogy and it doesn't take a lot of time once you fall in love with the plot process. You'll realize that almost anything that you want just lies on the other side of use catching it all out on a little piece of paper member harvey's license greatness is a choice and how you choose to plan your week is probably how your week is gonna end up. I talk about a lot of this in my Productivity if you are interested in that its productivity playbook dot info go ahead and check it out and it will break down this process of how you plan and how to reduce stress increase. Join your life that you can get done whatever you want to get done so you can have the best life that you want on your terms. I thank you for hanging out with me on just one. I'll catch you on the next one.

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Business School

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on Business School

"I circled the items that must be completed in the upcoming week. Once i have that everything gets you know everything starts to fall in place number eight. I then when i look at that list of the things that must be completed in the upcoming week. I then decide what. I'm going to do today sunday. What i'm going to today. And then i generally give myself a wanted to our limit by one hours during the day when the kids are asleep. Doing whatever and then another hour. In the evening. If i need to plan or get something else down. I gave myself a two hour limit to otherwise. If i don't then i'll just work all day. Which i end up doing sometimes Because everyone's doing whatever they're doing in the house. But i like to give myself a wanted to our limit in this process. The reason i say this is because that way..

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Business School

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on Business School

"I will tell you in all this review preview process takes. Maybe maybe five minute right and let me walk you through mechanically how to do this if you actually take my productivity course. I walk you through how i do this every single week. Actually take it through my car under. Show you how i do. It actually put my life calendar and show you how. I'm doing the review and the preview. So but i'll give you the high level around it By the way i forget few needed the productivity playbook dot info productivity playbook dot info and you can get everything related to productivity course there and it's my best ideas the last twenty years that you could just all in your business in your life right now so. Let me tell you about the review preview. I literally opened my calendar. And i look at the last call it seven days of the week and i just go through the by day of the appointments that i had. I just look through monday. Look the appointments. That i had on. I'm asking myself one question. Do i owe anything from this. Is their obligation. Is there a project followed by them. I'm just doing that. So i'm going through each day and i'm saying do i owe anything. Do i owe anything do anything. Do i owe anything. That's the review literally. That's it and if i owe something already down and then once it's done. I'm done for the review that means that i don't have any open loops raft. I don't have any on kept promises. So that i am complete with the week. That just happened then. I do the preview. The previews is looking ahead. Seven days a lot of people look ahead fourteen days. I like skimming fourteen days just to see if there's something coming up travel birthday excetera because all of my calendar just giving but i like looking just at the next week ahead and look at the next upcoming week. I'm just looking day by day for everything that is coming up and then i ask..

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Unique U

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on Unique U

"Grateful and start counting all the things of your best friends universe. It's so easy to forget about the negative. And i'm not gonna be also lost Going to ask you to do it. Because all of us are on our unique journeys that is a team of this podcast. We're all on our unique journeys so gratitude can look very different. Everyone so it's okay but the important part over here for me is journaling however feeling in the morning ahead actively trying to create what i want to be feeling during the day so the first two lines are right down is i feel peaceful content satisfied. And i'm not saying. That is how i feel every single day. That is just me straight up reading from journal. Today i write down two lines off. How emma feeling during the day like in the morning and then the second thing i write down is what do i want to switch that feeling into how i want to be feeling to out today. What kind of energy do. I want to be creating during the day. Is it happy productive positive. Is it calm relaxed. What is it they wanna do out of the day. Maybe have tons of work to do. So it's focused and productive energy. Maybe i'm just so working. I wanted to relax so during the damn cultivating g lactation. And that's it okay. It doesn't have to go on a deep level as to why doing don't get into wide stride. What you're trying to create okay. The other thing could be. If you're someone who likes to have a plan for everything you do is writing out. How really find that energy. During the day for relaxation. What i i could list three activities What do never allow me to be relaxed or to create that energy during the day so it could be sleeping it could be washing nets. Exit could be talking to friends. The other thing is for being focused on productive for focus on productivity elect. To do is again right out three things that could help me be productive. So maybe it is. I will limit my screen time today to just one ever. That is very specific. Okay the other thing could be. I will get these many tasks so having a tutelage or sort of from the previous day whatever have on my mind kind of like having a goal for hominy tasks. Will i be done by this time. Like a certain time. Like i said a time on it or anything right like whatever energy the point. Here's whatever energy you're trying to create having three two to three things that will through the actions davos support you throughout the day into creating that energy okay After that after. I'm done journaling okay. So first of all those are my two things energy. I'm feeling energy. I'm going to be feeling hama going to create energy and one last thing right down is my blessings and things angry Journal to I right. I'll fight things that i feel deeply grateful for in that morning In the beginning this get very very. I don't know it got very repetitive. Because sometimes i feel grateful for the same thing every single day for me every single day. I was grateful for food. Because i love food. And dow will keep on popping up again and again but for you. You can ride out anything you're grateful for. It doesn't have to be anything complicated for me some days. It's something as simple as i'm grateful for my plants because they're so beautiful they bring happiness and joy into my day or it could be anything that a few blast for having even if it's a warm bed because i'm fortunate enough to wake up in a bed every single day to have a roof above my head or to have food on my plate or to just having another day to wake up to to.

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Unique U

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on Unique U

"It's good okay. So don't try to fit in a time where you're sleeping Sleeping at twelve. Am at midnight. And then you waking up for him because he pushed yourself towards the morning routine so first of all timing secondly is having what you want to do as soon as you wake up firmy i said all of my devices aside just because i want to have a national who of thoughts that my brain is having instead of allying social media or my email or someone else's thoughts energy cross into my morning mnay start out so i ensure that at least for one hour in the morning when i'm doing the morning team i haven't had any interaction with the outside world. What that means is that mine to action is only limited to my internal cell. I fall secondly hopley michael's wants in my family so my family basically because once you start to allow the external opinions externally energy into your monitor teen. It's not so much your morning routine anymore. You're giving that power to someone else to shape up your day. The way they want to because social media is filled with its positives negatives This topic keeps them coming back. But one thing and does really well is connected with the word right. That purpose connects you with the outside world once connected pretty much impossible to ignore what's going on in the world whether it's news at its instagramat facebook forever it is. That's the purpose of social media in your phone to give you access to what's going on in the world around here so that is step one. I keep all of my devices. I for at least one hour and second reason for doing that is also brain using technology If you're into science you must know about that. The rays from the phone in your devices not really for you in the morning so trying to avoid it helps as wall okay. So that's second. That's not a part of my morning ritual. But that's kind of like what not to do in mid morning. Okay that helps us well just knowing setting those rules as to what not to do the third thing in fact the first thing i do when a week up is i work out for ten minutes. Ten minutes is not at all along time. I'm not trying to get out in. And i'm not trying to be more fit or anything over here. These ten minutes are purely hit workout. What that means is for ten minutes. I'm trying to get my heart rate up because when you wake up your brain still kind of sleeping like i said before you need to bring that energy back end..

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"20 minutes" Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on Unique U

"Be in her bed for a Beautiful for awhile and then simply. Just start the day outright because we have used so much time being in bed that we need to get to work right now and i know you probably shower. You brush Regulars like i do end after dan. The champ right into our day. So essentially what over here in santa point doubt or trying to get at is the missing morning drizzle a morning ritual morning routine something guy hugh to every single morning because it helps get your day started and you have a list of activities or habits that you like practice in morning because it motivates you helps to clear your head or more than anything. It wakes up your brain in the morning because a lot of the times in fact most of the times what happens is during wild sleeping. Our body gets reenergized but a brain since it had no activity for so long. I mean it's still active in thinking but it did not have much off active fresh energy to it first of all. It is kinda drained of its energy. So you need to kind of like jok it up and give it back. That busa gay. It's another day. Let's get started okay. The second one is done mornings are literally the start off your day like. There's no second opinion on that you wake up. That's when your day is starting so instead of chronic morning ritual mornings you could call it waking up ritual or how do you get out of bed. What is due to beatings. You always do any get out of bed and this is questions important to have because trust me my friends want to switch up your morning routine. He will to feel like you're a lot more control of your day first of all secondly your evil to kick off your day every single day in the same way which allows you to you know Have that blast off decisions to make first of all and secondly. It saves a lot of energy for not spending tempting. What do i need to do next to do next. And thirdly Are very very powerful no matter. What biography autobiography. What movie or book. Highly successful people. One thing you'll find common is their morning ritual. And i'm not saying all of them have the same morning ritual because yours can be personalized to you but every single highly successful person has a morning ritual without a doubt something. They do every single day when they wake up and in the beginning it was hard because habits take time to build but it was a commitment. Do starting off the day on the right foot to have more energy to have more personalization to starting their mornings that kept him going and at a certain point it just became habit that it wasn't too much of i any more so first of all i'm gonna share with you. What my morning routine looks like. If you're interested or you can skip ahead of this part of the episode to the part where we start building your personalized retain so for me. Wanted to in the morning is i like to wake up at five. Am don't ask me how. I came up the time. But here's the reason why it's so important to wake up at every vape every single day at the same time so what it does is it. It makes habit a lot easier if some days if on some taste reading up at.

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"20 minutes" Discussed on Unique U

Unique U

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on Unique U

"Welcome welcome welcome. Welcome back onto episode. Niki pied catholic. Always i'm your host am super grateful to have your backing heavy in this episode. I wanna talk about something that i'm doing right now. And that is why it's so important for me to bring it up during this episode or to even make the center of attention for this episode Usually i wanna give you a little inside. Onto how i accord these episodes or podcast or What the habit around it is in that might be by for you but here we go so far. According to podcast first of all i knew had very strong personal y or personal reason to do it and then it just became stronger as the number of listeners started to grow and you know just started finding more passionate voice into but in the beginning. It was hard for me to get myself to make this a habit to start recording right like even if you're vulgar vulgar or Any kind of habit that you're doing like you know in the beginning is very hard to build a habit. So what i did was. I started phil recording an episode every single day. As soon as we come after my meditation so what does for me is now. It has pretty much turned into habit. That as soon as i closed or roll back my yoga mat on which will meditation. I get to recording a podcast episode. Whether i feel like it or not pretty much most definitely feeling like it but a habit is sort of a commitment. It's sort of like even if you don't feel like doing it. It's you're so used to doing it that you cannot function without like you feel like you not afraid without any more okay. So i'm going to talk about the importance of mourning rituals and the second one is building lasting habits. Okay because a lot of us struggle with finding personal wise in our morning routines so we find it easier to have no morning routine and just simply wake up For beds check our phones..

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"20 minutes" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

20 Minute Fitness

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

"I welcome to the show. . It's great to have you on here today Amazon, , pleasure to be here. . Thanks for having me yeah. . I'm really excited to chat about fasting today because it is something that I have personal interest in, , and it's not something that we actually covered on the podcast for a long time before we dive deeper into fasting what it's all about maybe can tell our listeners what fasting is all about? ? Yes show. . So I everyone filming them of festive and maybe I'll just start off <hes> about myself how we got into this. . So growing up I was always passionate about sports unhealthy lifestyle in. My . teenage years I was getting into Ganic Foods, , and will my friends actually would make fun of me because it wasn't at the time like ten years ago during my late teens though I had a car accident and I just located shoulder, , I had rations to fix it login that time I was bedridden. . So the whole process lasted about a year and a half unnaturally I was experimenting with different diets to maintain my my way because I couldn't exercise on a what I came to the conclusion that time that by it's really harmful. . So I noticed that most diets that was restrictive and I couldn't see myself. . Not being able to eat certain foods on a long-term basis like that just was not for me, , and so eventually stumbled onto fasten myself without even knowing it actually what I was really doing I was easing in the afternoon visits. . First thing in the mornings what I usually did an a notice that has a lot more energy and a felt mentally stronger, , which really helped me get through the healing process with my shoulder and the funny thing action during that time Martin I'm it's the bastion who was my co phone comes from a background where his parents have been fascinated posts for over twenty five years so. They . run the fussing hotel in Germany and they've helped orders a fasting hotel fessing leg for a long-term Fassulo. . That's where people they come to the hotel and they get guidance from the best <unk> parents through the week of detoxing there buddy. . That's where the body just goes without foods and just has lot of water tea and <hes> broth in the evening, , just the chance to not focus on the gestion but on heating its body in repairing itself. . So this is like <hes> getting a big thing he in. . Germany we see that with the parents I don't know how it is over there and the US actually. . I've I've seen a documentary on Netflix of lace, , and so I'm sure you guys will have something that as well. . But it's it's very interesting thing we can go into gamma I wouldn't be surprised if we have something like a while fasting retreat I guess it would call. . It's a bit like well, , a reset ride like you WanNa make a change and this could be like your starting point of doing so you have a show so. . Passing special long-term fast brings a lot of benefits because it's important that you you actually give yourself time to relax. . So we don't recommend to actually work. . do any of a kind of things that stress you out but just that you take the time for yourself, , I mean we live in a really fast fast life nowadays. . Just <hes> for actually we setting your body, , but also forgetting back to like what the connection between body mind soul, , right Before we go actually point into that. . You still have already told us what fasting is. . Carried Away with that. So . fast is that guides people twelve a healthy lifestyle through intimate infesting. . So we offer a holistic approach to health combined with fasting so that people can reach the individual health goals sustainably inflexibly. . So basically fantastic, , we are working with nutritionists medical professionals so that we provide the solutions that people can trust and reach personal goals and adapted to the needs. . <unk> is all about also sorts of what? ? Types of goals do people typically have when they come to you is weight loss is it health? ? What are those? ? It's actually very different <unk> several goals like obviously everyone is is is different and has different needs, , and that's why we <hes> we have. . So strongly, , therefore we are trying to pursue to hustle is everything to us because some people want to lose weight. . Yes. . True. Some . people want to focus more on. . On a healthy healthy lifestyle and get more education going there some people actually just wants to have a better focus on my energy will fessing can can lead to as well. . So they're just very very different goals while while will you come to? ? So it's like a very wide range of of goals in these. . It's so important to US allies it to to them right and what would be like a good example. . Maybe something that that he may be more often than not live. . Let's say somebody in in weight loss, , but maybe they have something some different routine like what what type of recommendations do you get them then? ? So there it's actually that we we tried to figure out where the US is at the at the current stage in where he wants to go to what is goals, , and if he's a beginning then obviously which. . Lead him into fasting with not like him abrupt end and. . Has Way but tried to guide him into that because at the end of the day, , it's about mindfulness. . So it. . Is, , obviously, , <hes>, , recommended, , and guided different than a more experienced faster. . So for example, , if we would say someone wants to lose weight I'm we would send him if he's beginning to do fourteen ten, , that means he's got to fasting window fourteen hours in eating window of ten hours. . But if he would be more experienced than we would go for hours of fasting ten hours of eating but also recommend certain healthy habits what he can. . Actually track and where we will guiding with with fastest

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"20 minutes" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

20 Minute Fitness

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

"Everyone is Martin from twenty minute fitness I'm here today connected with Dr Ted Niemann Dominate, , and why don't you tell liberal listeners about your work and <hes> book? ? The P. Will Hi Martin Nice to meet you just call me Ted first of all. . So I, , I'm Ted name I'm a primary care doctor and I've been in practice for about twenty years up here in the Seattle area and <hes> I have a mechanical engineering background, , and so I'm kind of like a just a huge Geek. . A nerd kind of a Geek mechanical engineering background went to medical school and. . I ended up just being obsessed with <hes> optimum health and I realized that the difference between the healthiest people I saw and the least healthy people I saw really just came down to diet and exercise. . So all day long in these patient visits icy this huge spectrum of health <hes>. . You know one minute I might be seeing someone who has just amazing body composition and their incredible health, , and they might even be an elite athlete and then the next minute I see someone who's just frail and decrepit and falling apart and has millions of problems and it eventually occurred to me. . That the only difference between these people was really just diet and exercise over time, , and if your diet and exercise is optimal, , you just slowly get better and better over time and if it's not, , you just slowly get worse and worse over time and then you know fifty years down the road you see this massive spectrum of health from incredibly healthy to incredibly unhealthy and I've just been obsessed for twenty years with exactly what is the mechanism between Diet and exercise driving health outcomes in exactly what you have to do to get the positive adaptations instead of the negative ones and I've you know I've just been all over the Diet spectrum I was raised vegetarian I went to Loma Linda University in Southern California, , which is this famous blues Mecca were everyone's plant based <hes>. . So I've I've experimented with Air Free Diet from Vegan and plant based to, , of course, , oil spectrum of Paleo. . Kito. . Carnivora. . You name it and everything in between, , and then I eventually realized that all of these diets right about something and the answer is in between and the secret is finding out what's powering each and every one of these diets and making them more successful than. . The Standard. American. . . Diet and that's really how I came up with this book. . The P.. E. . Diet, , which is sort of the unified theory of macronutrients <unk>. . You know that's at least it has been described right so so how does like the P. E. Diet look in a nutshell what makes it different from say pay euro at the Ketogenic diets or you know all vegetarian diet for example. . So what I did is just zoom way way way way way way out to the fifty thousand foot view and just looked at what is eating and I realized that plants are. . Auto troops and they make all their own food and then animals are Hetero trips and we only exist because we constantly injust other living organisms. . So plants are at the base of the food chain for all animals they're making all the food for animals and then animals are just either eating plants or animals that have themselves eating plants. . What plants her doing is two very specific things. . Number one, they're , sucking minerals out of the soil, , which is nitrogen for protein and and about a dozen other minerals that are crucial for plant and animal life, , and then they're using solar. . Energy and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere to create these high energy chains of carbons with high energy bonds, , carbon hydrogen bonds, , and that's all of your dietary energy either carbs, , fats. . This is all solar energy stored is chemical energy. . So I realized that you could divide your entire diet up into protein and minerals which getting room soil and energy, which , is these high energy, , carbon chains, , carbs, , or fats that plants creating from solar energy, , and then I, , sort of looked at all of human history in this evolutionary Lens. . I realized that if you look at hunter gatherers, they , have this. . Incredibly. . High Protein Diet. It's . thirty three percent on average protein. . If you look at worldwide hundred gatherer macronutrients and hunter-gatherers, , they have an easy time getting protein they just go out and kill an animal and eat the whole thing you get plenty of protein and minerals but you're always a little bit starving for energy right? ? Every animal you know trying to get enough energy to be successful, , and so you're always looking for extra energy to add to your diet. . You can get the protein and minerals, , but just killing an animal and eating the whole thing but you're looking for. . Extra Energy and what humans have done is we have always used technology to feed ourselves. . We don't have teeth and claws were not particularly fast or strong on. . But what we have is brains, , and so we built tools, , we use tools to feed ourselves. . We use technology to feed ourselves. . We had stone tools with break-up in skulls for branch and long runs for married at fat energy to our diet. . We dug up tubers, , add more carbohydrate energy tour Diet. . We figured out how to throw weapons and create traps in hunting in groups, , and we all of this technology to add. . More, , energy to our diet

Loma Linda University Ketogenic Southern California
"20 minutes" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

20 Minute Fitness

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

"Hey Candle. . Thank you for coming onto the show they are having me. . Yeah. . It's certainly being a crazy period of time right now at the time of this recording, , we're not only facing a pandemic, , but also simultaneously a heatwave and wildfires here in California one could say is little bit much right now and in this little surprised that we're feeding a little bit more. . Stressed and anxious than usual. . I'm saying this because we couldn't have found a better time to record this podcast about Tele therapy and your business frame. . Maybe you can tell us what frames all about. . Yeah. . So I am the CO founder and CEO Frame the mental wellness platform that makes it easier to connect with therapists mid different ways both in person and digitally we actually Offered to core services on our platform the first one is for people who I've never been therapy and just WANNA, , learn a little bit more about it and for them we offer our digital discussions which are livestream conversations between licensed therapist and volunteer participants that you can watch anonymously from the comfort of your own home. . So it's like a veteran or how should imagine. . It. . So basically, , what we do is we wanted to create a way for people to see what happens in an actual therapy session. . So it's completely free product. . It's available to everyone in the country and these conversations mirror what a real therapy session would be like in real life. . So we've on boarded in trained licensed therapists from all over the country they we pick different. Topics, . , and then we bring on volunteer participants. . These are real people who share their real problems on camera and you can listen and we actually built a custom platform so that you can actually watch lives men. . There's interactive tools where you can submit questions in therapist answers them for you at the end of the recession or if you WANNA watch on your own time. . We have a content library of the past recorded sessions. . Wow. . That's great unlike just to give us an idea what what sorts of topics being discussed on their great asset because you again, , I really wanted to create a product that sort of educates people not only on what happens in therapy the different types of therapies even work with also about the different topics and so. . We really try to pick topics that are relevant to what's going on right now. . So obviously, , we launched actually during covid where a new startup and obviously it was a really hot topic right there to talk about working right home adjusting to life. . We actually did a lot of topics around people who are losing their jobs during Cova did and now we shifted to. . The black lives matter. . Movement we we did a series on racial trauma and how it's affected different people from different perspectives, , and now we've been really focusing of recently on burn out and how people are really sort of just feeling. So . achieved and down about the current situation in the world in how you identify Burnett, , and how you deal with that, , right? ? Yeah I can. . Totally imagine that with many of us actually working from home right now and not taking any vacation burn notice on the horizon for many of us exactly, , and then we actually have a second service on a platform of for those that are ready to talk with therapist one on one we have a therapy matching service and we actually will match you as a therapist. Based . on your personal needs. . So you end you come onto our platform you answer ten questions we give you six options of therapist matches, , facilitate free intro call. . So you can call a couple of get a sense for me. . Thank you connect with best and then you scheduled to our platform you do the video sessions or a platform and you pay for farm. . So it's A one stop shop for therapy and how does like you matching algorithm matched me like what what do you like through those ten questions in how does that look actually on the therapist end? ? Yeah. . So we spent a lot of time building out the matching algorithm. . My co-founder sage grazer is a licensed therapist so that really helped but while we were building the product. . We actually brought in about ten to twenty therapists and we interviewed them and we got a better sense for how they screen for clients in real life, , and we use those inputs to help build our algorithm but I think another important factor of this is that you algorithms can't fully predict chemistry. . So just like a dating APP, , you go on multiple dates before you find. . Your soulmate, , and so we really wanted to create that experience as well. . We're not gonNA just pick a therapist for you. . So we really focused on getting the right types of therapists in front of you, , and then we want to empower our users to pick the therapist and we're getting a lot of anecdotal feedback that saying I've actually called three or four of the. . Therapists on the lesson. . This one happened to be a college athlete and so was I. . we really connected on that and those are just things that you're not gonna get an intake form on them out organically when you're having this conversation because it's really hard to judge a therapist just based on his profile resume, , right? ? So I, , I can totally imagine that you know approach. . To Kinda Dede's a few therapists to find the right fit for me. . Exactly and it's really about therapy is different than other doctors. . You know when you're getting surgery, , you kind of want to know where the doctor go to school and how many surgeries have been done when it comes to therapists. . It's really about who do you feel most comfortable talking to I. . Honestly. . Couldn't even tell you where my therapist got her masters for around and you know I've been to some of the most you know world renowned therapists. . I've waited six months to see them and you don't necessarily click with them. . So it's really just about that. . There is that sort of live interaction that you can. . You can only feel for when you're talking to yourself rights.

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"20 minutes" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

20 Minute Fitness

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

"Why don't you introduce yourself and told our listeners a bit about yourself as far as human benchmarking for having very happy to. Peter. . . So <hes> lady bid about the let's start with lumine what he doesn't. . Actually do so <hes> with built is probably the first <hes> real time feedback on attrition. . So to think about what you have in terms of solutions to help you manage fishing today, , you have diets have nutritionists and you have a lot of. . Online and you have several tools to help you understand your microbiome and so forth. . But in a way, there , is no real feedback loop that can help you on a daily basis reflects in see what you've been doing well in what you haven't been doing well to change your nutrition to support your healthy metabolism, , which is actually lumens. . Go Rhino, , we developed tool. . Looks, , in basically analyzed the CO two in your breath and by doing that, , it assesses whether your body is currently using facts or fuel or cards for Jill. . It's a different paradigm batteries. . It's basically understanding. . Okay. . Are Calories being burned but what is the fuel source is actually feeding? ? Those was calories that you're burning whether when you're working outdoor, , not just to live. . Driver body and based on that metric by picking on a daily basis, , you breathe into the device you see what's happening take a lot of father data points that the that we get if it's from integrations to Google fake help kids. . And other devices and we provide you with a daily personality advance. . So it really tells you how many macro issue should be having. . We focus mainly on carbs. . What is your capacity to absorb carbs in the right way today how many carbs you should be eating, , and once you follow that plan and you come the morning after and you take a measurement you see that you manage to start to make make a change you wanna see body burning fats in the morning. . So this is kind. . Of a not in a nutshell <unk>, , how would somebody's metabolism differ from one another? ? Like do we metabolize cops differently? ? So there are many many differences between people but generally sticking a healthy body image, , polically flexible body will wake up using fats mainly for fuel because assuming you haven't been eating for the past six hours, you've , been fast six seven hours because you've been sleeping your body. . That's night time is the time for the body to make that transition to fat-burner and so if you're waking up. On . Burn probably means that you've been eating well, , not too much in the past few days probably enough carbs that again, , not to launch in the past two, , three days sleeping well also gets your body to do that transition lack of stress and vice versa. . So if you're not sleeping where you ate very late at night, , she break alcohol or you blocked her body ability to do that switch to fat burning because alcohol anthrax allies in deliver in. . So all all the fun stuff in life but. . The that are damaging stressing to your body will get you to wake up on carbon. . You'll morning, , which is something you want to be fixing. . Yeah. . Of course, , particularly bad metabolism are completely inhibiting actually your metabolism Wyatt's by livers forcing alcohol exactly at the body treats alcohol as poison base. . Yeah. . I'd. . So it will I tend to that than metabolize alcohol, , and this will have to process will happen in the liver, , but the liver is also crucial for fat metabolism right so produce energy from fats. . That's. . That's where you need your liver to functioning right and so I kind of have a good idea when a wake up. . Okay. . Did I have too many cops maybe the night before or like some other bad behaviors maybe not enough sleep. . What about throughout the day like what kind of can I expect like after having had lunch for example, , right? ? So so swimming, , let's say that your lunch with. . Rich with carbs you should. . You would see a spike in shift towards CARB USAGE <hes>, , which is okay. . That the insulin is secreted <unk> the sugar gets into your blood and from the blood to the cells themselves, , your cells will be using sugar. . So so it's not just something we measure after after meals we offer are used to measure APPs for meals to see their metabolism is flexible. . So candidate make that shift from fat burn to two cards, , but still also different opportunities different. . Than moments during the day that you can actually that metric can be also super insightful. . So if you want to see if you're you're ready for specific a high intensity workouts you have planned. . So so understanding if your body is using fat cards at the moment, , because your life is in stores are full or because he just ate today or your post meal that's where you. . WanNa see your body on carbon before an intense workout after workout, , you can also see that shift to fat burn if that was learn again. . So there are more opportunities to to take measurements <hes> you can. . You can assess your fasting regiment. . So basically, , you're doing time restricted eating or any type of intermittent fasting the body can get into the Baltic stress in that process, , right? ? Some kinds your body is not efficient. . It's not the more you fast necessarily the better in. . So we help people identify the point where they're they're fasting is not really efficient. . Any more because everybody is now releasing like agenda shifting to burn even if they are not really, , they haven't eaten anything. . So that's another opportunity in another point in time where that metric be super insightful people.

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"20 minutes" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

20 Minute Fitness

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

"Everyone it's Martin from twenty minutes fitness. . I'm here in San Francisco and I'm connected to levels founder Josh, , Clementi Josh. . Why don't you to be yourself? ? Martin's great to be on the show I mean on I'm josh, , founder of levels and John Interested in bringing metabolic fitness to the mainstream rates, , and so what does everyday mean? ? What is Metabolic Chiasso metabolism? ? Easy Way to think about metabolism is the set of cellular mechanisms that create energy from our food and environment that. . So this is how we power the processes in our body ourselves bringing fuel and they turn it into energy and so metabolic fitness or metabolic health is when those systems are. Operating . properly and you have often energy weight balanced performance without excess byproducts and so the way that that we're doing this is using continuous glucose monitoring hardware software analytics to close the loop between actions you take every single day in your daily life and the reactions, , your body experiences in particular, , the blood sugar response, , your body experiences, , and so this is this is the level, , is that closing loops between action reactions the way that behavior change becomes eating, , easy and obvious I, , and so we're the first metabolic fitness company greenest market, , and how do you define an excess byproduct like at what point you have too much nutrition what is it exactly? ? So, the , some of the easy ways to think about this art glucose itself. . So this is a it's sugar essentially, , this is a molecule that is the primary energy molecule in the human body so that metabolism functionality that we talked about is driven primarily off of glucose sugar and fat, , and so when you're consuming sugar, , it releases into the bloodstream and <hes>. . You know this is actually just tipping carbohydrates while they <unk> sugars that interest the bloodstream, , and so this triggers a cascade of processes, , hormonal processes, , and those tell your body, how , to op sort of appropriate that Lucas, , into the cells for for their useless contrived things like weight gain can. . Be for muscle <unk> expenditure for energy using mechanical loads on a commute for cognitive function in the brain. . But those laws get too high. . You actually have an inflammatory situation because Lucas is a very reactive molecule it produces what are called free radicals, , inflammatory cytokines. . I'll sixteen alpha you know these different molecule byproducts of glucose reactions that actually are very inflammatory and can cause breakdown of tissues and skin glaciation, , which is right leads to Browning of the skin and wrinkles. . All these byproducts that ultimately are are not good for us. . So there's a fine balance and glucose is meant to be kept in tight control and that's what we mean by byproducts. . Normally unless you have diabetes, , you should not have resistance to <hes> insulin release right so how does that really matter van for you know everyday use that a non diabetic <hes> being that we have been since glucose is the primary energy source for for the modern person we've studied the Post Disease State of Glucose for for many decades. . So this is called diabetes typically type two diabetes which a lifestyle driven illness that sets in your body can no longer respond to insulin you can't use glucose in. . Your bloodstream effectively, , it gets really high toxic levels. . So we studied that quite a bit but the thing is that all of us across the metabolic spectrum from healthy to to less healthy are all using net glucose and so there is an optimization function here where because these mechanisms are linear you know it's not it's not like a a threshold where you cross over it, , and then suddenly you're unhealthy that's kind of how start thought about a me to think about this metabolic fitness meaning the choices. . We make require focus effort and repetition to achieve optimization. . So it doesn't matter where you fall on the spectrum metabolic health de Choices you're making today are affecting your hormonal cascade causing qualitative experiences in causing quantifiable to potentially detrimental effects like weight gain, , where's performance exercise cognitive decline sort of all of the things that we struggle with our day-to-day are affected by the choices we're making that we don't really connect because we don't have that close loop system. . So now by by showing that the person who. . Doesn't have diagnose metabolic dysfunction. . You can optimize your choices daily see the data in real time, , make better ones, , and then achieved this sort of metabolic control where instead of having these this roller coaster of spikes and crashes in energy issues, , and again wait gained the rollercoaster. . We all ride day today <hes> that we kind of use our emotions feel way through. . You cannot have data and you can use that to achieve this the state of balanced control and you know lower flatter smoother continual on metabolic control. .

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20 Minute Fitness

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"20 minutes" Discussed on 20 Minute Fitness

"The day we have an interesting guests. Bruce Smith from hydro reuss. Why don't you just introduce yourself little eight? Great to be with you on the show and name is Bruce Smith I'm a Canadian living in America, and and the CEO and founder of a company called Hydro. What's grow? Yeah, hydro is a indoor rowing machine, and it uses some pretty revolutionary resistance mechanism technology to make it quiet, but the coolest thing. Thing about the machine. The part that we love the most about it is that we broadcast not fitness classes, but we actually take the experience of being out on the water rowing, and we have instructors out there. Who talked to you directly live on a beautiful twenty two inch, high definition screen with great speakers, so you actually experienced being out on the water and being part of a rowing crew you know from. From your living room or your bedroom or wherever you machine, so it's like having a penitent Kloss, except it's on a rowing machine that is extremely quiets why it whereas like putting us more broad, you know like almost feeding like you're dancing. Really off focusing on you know creating an immersive experience of being out there rowing exactly so we have trademark this idea of votaw reality and I love Peleton we have A. A time in the office they're they're totally great. It's really fun and it is. You said it's exactly right. It's like being at the club with your friends. You know you're not drinking or smoking, but you're you know you're listening to music or super photogenic people. You know it's fun experience and we love that that's great for us the coolest thing that we could think of doing to take this concept of live. Elo are and create an immersive experience so rather than going to the club every day for your workout, which is great, we can have great music and really really charismatic instructors, but you're actually out on the river, or on the bay, Miami beach or rowing by London, bridge, so, who do you think is it for? Is it like somebody that Audio Patent Than They WanNa? WanNa to mix up the workout as really somebody that is looking for different experience because they don't like going to a club, but they wanna have liberal quietness of actually being outdoors and row. It's for people who are looking for the very best experienced the best workout experience and the best way to connect with their friends, so Peleton has a leaderboard which is great. Great, but you're really competing. You're competing by yourself and you know not that many people have actually wrote out of the water in a boat with other people, but the experience of it is unbelievable. You're right on the water, but most importantly you're moving in complete rhythm with seven other people, Ya, howdy, howdy create that because if I'm Roy like, let's say like on. On, a big rowing team or like even dragon boating like a need to be in sync with everyone right because as soon somebody's out of things not working. That's exactly right. In human beings <unk> hardware. They love to do things in synchronicity with other people. It makes you feel better. It's like it's a genuine way of connecting and when you're biking, you know you're. You're like ninety five or one hundred beats per minute, and and really not moving in the same rhythm as as the instructor like you're having a shared experience, but it's not exactly the same rhythm when you're on the rowing machine, you're encouraged. It's actually really easy. You move every part of your body in exactly the same rhythm as the instructor, and so there's some brain. Brain science behind this you know the brain is an aerobic organ like a muscle, you not energy systems like like the rest of your body, and so every time you make a decision in your brain. You're using some energy, and so when you're exercising, you have to keep deciding to exercise and they're really really cool thing about rowing especially when you're rowing crew like. Like, not just on a machine by yourself in a room, but when you're rowing as part of a team, you turn off that decision making process in your brain, because the person that you're following the person in front of you is is making those decisions. You don't have to make them, so you achieve the state of flow much much faster and we know from. From our experience and I know from my experience as a national team coach that has it actually has a profound impact on people. It is the best exercise you can do. It's also US eighty six percent of your body's muscles when you're biking like forty forty five percent of your muscles with you have to use your arms and legs. It's like a full body. And your core and it improves your bone density also, so it really is like. If there was one pill that you could take, that would like. Make you friends and make you healthier. You take that pill. Of course. We feel like we've got that pill. We all would like that, but say so just saw. Listeners can really imagine how the product experience looks like so I'm imagining now you're sitting on a rowing machine and you have like a huge monitor of some sort right, and and you see an instructor like. How do you create that experience off? Somebody actually sitting in front of me. Somebody's sitting behind me and I'm not competing against. Against them, but we actually working together like how you create that certainly question, so this isn't like we didn't just go. Go to the river with some of our friends and get some go prost. We don't talk about our our workouts as we talk about them as episodes and we hired this really really amazing film team, and so we take all the experience that Hollywood and television. Television have created in the United States and we apply that skill in that art to capturing the whole experience of being out on the water, so we have four cameras. We have a team that is mixing and editing that you know. The most important part of this are two things number one is the rhythm, and so you never lose that rhythm and the instructor. Who's WHO's out. Out there with you is encouraging you to be in rhythm with everybody, and it's very very easy to follow like you do it instantly, even people who've never done it before within like two or three strokes there in the right rhythm, and then the other part is that emotional connection and two things contribute a lot to that one is music, so we have an amazing library of. Of Music and the other is making sure that when you're filming, you captured not just the rhythm, and the experience of being outside, and and the you know the environment of being out on the water, but also the eyes of the instructor is are the window to the soul, and it's it sounds trite, but it's. It's unbelievably true like you have to see. People's facing to be able. Able to read what's in there is and it, it's that experience being able to move your whole body in the same rhythm, AC- instructor and also connect with them. Because you feel what they're feeling, you know they're out on the water and they're excited about what they're doing. They're you know they're training for the US national team and they're sharing their passion for sport that they love. Love more than anything else, and it's really it is genuinely inspiring, and we thought just a crazy response from consumers, which is really encouraging, and

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