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Fresh update on "ali" discussed on WGN Programming

WGN Programming

00:42 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "ali" discussed on WGN Programming

"Tired of the same old, same old and get over to sheets where we're shaking things up. Right now. Our most popular milkshakes are only 3 99 or less. Sip your faiths from our Oreo cookies and cream milkshake peanut butter lover milkshake made with Reese is for our peanut butter pretzel milkshake made with Greece is take five. Just order on your sheets app and pick it up curbside. After all, who doesn't want a break from the norm, sheets run and done. You. You know, I found out through my career, including as you. Well, now there is no wrong answer for what people like to eat. The most interesting thing is every once in a while, put out a post on social media and the crazies come out of the woodworks, you know, And I would argue that the crazies here on this show, okay? 7 20, WGN High atop Chicago in the Skyline Studios on the line with this is one of our friends in one of America's favorite food network personalities bestselling author Air Force veteran innovative tailgate, pioneer and star not only the food network it Kitchen, but soon to be Blockbuster Center stage for the new hit Easter Basket Challenge. The literally Sonny Anderson, Welcome to WGN, Hebei Long time. No Shit. Wow, You've been busy. You've been in the you know, doing the R and D and the lab creating stuff in America's been sort of hibernating right through the course of the big pandemic, And so we're excited to come out of that. With some great new shows. And before we get to Easter basket challenge, let's talk a little bit about this because just coming out even before hand on Sunday is my faith versus your faves and really a zoo background in radio. You know this? This is actually how I got my start in the whole food, broadcasting food radio things maybe 15 years ago we had was doing a morning show. We opened it up to like, What's your favorite pizza? Imagine that here in Chicago and people people were in there, apparently right, and people were serious. I mean, they were serious, not only suggesting, Hey, you gotta try but really making a case for that's what you guys were doing. Yes, we are. And you know, it's so funny because Jeff Tomorrow your native son there, he and I, Whatever the topic of pizza comes up. We have a vision. Fight in the vicious fight about who's got the best pizza, But that's what game versus stages are. My favorites is your faith is I have some guests come on opinionated guests in the food deals and we discussed various food items and obviously, you know, just fighting over pizza. People have some opinions about pretty much everything when it comes to what's on your plate. So we have two episodes that are airing on Cookie Charlotte. Nine o'clock and it's fun because I just stood there as the referee. I don't want to give him these fights. But there are some times like There's a bell it where we talked about. You know the park it fry and one of my guests. Christian Patrol E. His choice of the perfect fried. Just surprised me like to know. And I couldn't believe he chose that Fry. I'm thinking there's crinkle cut. There's curly fry. There's so many different prize you could choose from. But you told that fried so we we had a little girl argument about it. Um, it's really hard smiling and are meeting at the same time, But I practiced and so no one has to see my mean things. Well, let me tell you, there are some. There's some really good the gates. So the first episode we tackle diner food and the second when we talk of bar food, and it is Let me tell you have some is more is washing. I don't want to give too much away, but it's a food fight, And actually, I wanted that to be the Tyler like this is a food fight. We're all up in here fighting over food. But my favorite is your faith is to me and for sleeper hit, and I'm not saying that just cause I hosted. It's a show I would watch. Kind of like ridiculousness like I could watch that show for, like 10 hours straight. We've all seen, you know, we all love Best thing ever eat, But that's just people sharing what it is the love to have someone actually sort of keeping score, right. You know, you're an independent, objective arbitrator, your benevolent dictator right for the show. You're kind of saying Here's how we're gonna do this. You know you have things like bar food, too, because that is what I don't know if there's a right answer or wrong answer. I guess you'll decide. But those are the things that people people are. You know, they really stand behind. Well, there's no. You know, I found out you know, through my career food is you? Well, now there is no wrong answer for what people like to eat. And you know, the most interesting thing is everyone so well put out a post on social media telling people share with me. What are your grosses combinations that you know, people say you're gross. But you still love it. And the crazies come out of the woodworks, you know, And I would argue that the crazies here on this show, Okay, because everyone's got that everyone's got something. We were asking us for the diner food. What? Your what? Your meal would be for breakfast. What would it be for lunch? What would it be for dinner and some things People chose to eat for dinner at a diner Or just like you can't be serious. You know, it's disgusting. Why are you doing this? I don't want to give away the infinite also don't want to cast dispersions. All the majestic came in. Right, but some of them might just tell straight up Dane like Ali Khan. He came on what his answer was just gross. So do you know what they say? I don't know if they actually say this may be recording a phrase here, but one man's delicious Is another man's disgusting right? Or vice versa. We can have that delicious. We'll have leaks that's coming up. 9:30 P.m. eastern time 6:30 P.m. right here in Chicago of links up with WGN radio dot com. The other thing everyone is looking forward.

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an Update on China's Digital Yuan

The Breakdown with NLW

01:59 min | 5 d ago

an Update on China's Digital Yuan

"An update on china's digital yuan and its relationship with private fintech companies we've been following the testing and the rollout of the digital yuan and the significance is a couple different pieces. There's i significance in the context of china trying to create an alternative to the. Us led global financial system. But there's a second context as well which has to do with the relationships between private fintech companies in china and the chinese government itself indeed it seems increasingly clear that step one in creating that alternative system is consolidating power at home what we saw late last year when china stepped in and stopped the financial groups. Ipo and really reshape. The way that company was designed are all a part of that larger battle today. Bloomberg is running a story about how china is pulling in two of the biggest fintech companies to its digital you on trial. The article is titled china. Enlists aunt backed my bank expanding digital you on trial and here are the key lines. My bank service will soon be introduced to the people's bank of china's digital yuan app. People familiar said requesting not to be identified because the matter is private tencent backed. We bank will also participate. One of the people said the e wallets from the two firms will have exactly the same function as those from. The six state owned lenders in the trial said the person adding the two banks to the pilot will help china's central bank expand its influence and user coverage in its push to establish the first national digital currency from a major central bank. When the people's bank of china. I announced its plans. It was viewed as some as a government move to reclaim the two hundred ninety. Three trillion yuan about forty five trillion dollars payments industry from ant groups ali pay and tencent holdings we chat pay. So again i think there are two really important dimensions to keep watching here. The first is the geopolitical battle. Us versus china. But then there's also the question of public versus private money within china itself

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"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

06:54 min | Last week

"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Halfway mark of the race. So okay we've got to get to work. We've got lots to do. Let's get on this people. Hi allie my name is lucy I live in denver colorado. And my question for you is about valentine's day I learned from you on instagram. That fountains as your favorite holiday. Which is very exciting to me. Because valentine's day is my favorite holiday. And i've never really met anyone else who loves it so much so i'm wondering when it became your favorite holiday. Why you of it and If you have any special traditions or new things you're doing this year just our base I'm not sure when you're gonna be answering these questions. Maybe after downsides day. But i think personally that the love can live on all year round So thanks for all you do and you don't say yeah. What's not to love chocolate flowers. Hot pink glitter. I just love. Love and valentine's day was never my favorite growing up. Wasn't my favorite as a kid or anything. It's definitely something. I've started loving over the last couple of years in adulthood and especially in motherhood. You know everyone says holidays can be more fun when you get to see them through your child's eyes and that's certainly true but i don't know i just i love love year round. I love the idea of a day to celebrate it. And that doesn't i mean if you just heard me preach all seven days last week during love on the runway. You know that. I am not just talking about romantic love. And it's not just for the couple's out there. I started loving valentine's day. When i was not in a relationship actually and by myself flowers and that made me happy. I love flowers. And so yeah. It's a little bit of treat yourself. And if you have someone to love in your life. That is a beautiful thing worth celebrating. Doesn't mean a romantic partner. It could mean a parent. A child friend sibling an internet friend a therapist. Whoever it is so celebrate that love. Why not high allie. I would like to know who your favorite character and centerstage is. And what are your parents favorite ice cream flavors on an ice cream nuts as well and i just wanna know what they go to. Thanks not jody sawyer. I'll tell you that. Honestly probably eric ozone's i keep my favorite centerstage character. The rest of them you know. They're flawed people. But i do love them but yeah i'll go erik o jones. He's a delayed. It's so sad that he gets injured. But you know important. Part of the story line. I guess so that it could all come together on stage that amazing climax in the red point shoes which makes no plausible sense but still it cinematic masterpiece as for the ice cream. My mom is usually opting for something. Like a chocolate fudge brownie. She loves chocolate They like chocolate chip. My dad likes coffee flavor. So yeah i mean gosh. My mom's upstairs. So i can't go up and ask her right now but i think she would say either like chocolate fudge brownie or mint chocolate chip great question. Hi allie is alicia calling from new york. I just got done listening to one of the episodes that you mentioned the greatest. Showman i listen to that soundtrack first half marathon and it was super empowering and they just wanna know what your favorite song off the soundtrack is. Thanks so much by alicia. How dare you ask such an impossible question. The greatest showman in my opinion is a perfect film. I love the choreography. I love every character. I just it's beautiful. it's emotional. The dancing is so good. I it's. It's the first time i watched it like. This is a perfect film. I felt the same way about crazy. Rich asians so my favorite song. You know it depends on my mood. I feel like a year ago. I would have said from now on but the thing is from now on takes so long to build so i do love it but it. It is a long billed honestly. I went through a phase. Recently where i was feeling. A lot of feelings and tight rope was really really hitting for me. Rewrite the stars is lovely. It's never been a favorite of mine. This is me such a classic anthem. How can you not love it and vote for it. The greatest show goes on all my running playlists but have to go with a million dreams. A million dreams is my favorite. But i i watched the movie and heard it and you know it comes on within the first like six minutes of the film just a sobbed something about little kids. Singing really is a game over for me. So yeah i will go with a million dreams and i know people are going to be like what about the pink version. Yeah love the pink version to. I'm a big fan of the original cast recordings and so the original version. Thank you for asking this question. Now i'm gonna go listen to all the music and feel happy and wonderful so thank you for asking and if you've not seen the greatest showman you are missing out my friends. Go watch it immediately and please report back. Thank you so much for being here for this. Episode of ask allie. It's so fun to try something new. Is it self indulgent. Yes is it fun. Also yes if you love this format please let me know and remember. You can be a part of it. That number to call is nine one seven nine four seven nine six nine nine. I would so love to hear from you again. That's nine one seven nine four seven nine six nine nine. Ask a question and let me know how you're doing or you can always tell me online elsewhere. You can always find me at ali on the run one on instagram and twitter and in the alley on the run show best running friends facebook group. You can also check me out over on patriotic. Put out phone. it's episodes every month. It's patriae on dot com slash alley on the run. If you like this episode today this solo episode. You're going to love what's happening over on patriotic where there is zero editing and a lot of fun finally the big thanks to good our for supporting these episodes go to gooder dot com slash on the run. That code on the run is going to get you ten dollars off any pair of good or side losses that's gooder dot com slash on the run for ten dollars off. Don't go out there and do good and stay strong. You're doing great and thank you for joining me on the run..

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"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

08:18 min | Last week

"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Is the question i always used to ask about finding therapists and it's a question. I see a lot so share my little therapy journey here which is basically that for the past couple of years. I've had like one off appointments with different therapists that i found through usually searching on psychology today and then using the filters of like. Who's in my area. Who takes my insurance who works with people with chronic illnesses. Which in the past was what i was looking for. I think there was a period where i wanted someone that i could talk to about. Having krones there was a period. Where i wanted someone. I could talk to about my postpartum stressors which ended up being postponed. Diety and there and brian. I see someone. Together we see a couples therapist How yet all the people out there who are doing that to work on their relationships i think that is a wonderful thing and it is never something to be ashamed of. It is not about this. And i feel that way about therapy in general Couples therapy especially during the pandemic has been so helpful for us. And so big proponent of that and that is actually how i found my current therapist is i wish i could tell you all the exact steps i took but brian found our couples therapist. It was someone that he was working on. He he was seeing one on one i And then we started seeing her together. We were just going to do like one session together so that she could like meet me and we could. We could all talk and then We ended up liking those couple sessions. And so we kept them going with her and then when we had talked about me seeing someone one on one as well. She recommended a woman in her practice. Based off of what she knew. I was looking for and and the type of person that i am and i am so fortunate to say that that has been a great fit. And i we've done a bunch of sessions. We when i first book sessions with her i booked weekly standing sessions and actually just last week. I said you know. I think we can go down to every other week Which is both for financial reasons. It's she's out of network in not covered by insurance which is great So that's been a fun conversation. And i also of this is what i wanted to say is in. The past was always seeking a therapist in times that it felt kind of urgent Not lake You know not really in a scary way but more of like a. I felt like i was in crisis is actually what i think. My therapist recently explained it. As and so i was like okay. I'm at the end of my rope. I'm freaking out. Like i need someone to talk to now. And then you start the process of finding someone and then you like the person and it just drags it out and so obviously that's part of why the weekly or biweekly standing sessions or really helpful. Because they're always there instead of just waiting until something's bad and then troubleshooting that one thing and there's always something i can work on. We've never had trouble finding something to talk about. Which is great so i am much happier with this. And it took me a while to reframe. These appointments as like a thing. I had to do that was on my calendar. That was taking away from other things. I could do and looking at it as like this thing. That is self indulgent and good for me and an hour just to me to talk about whatever i want unfiltered and i will say too. I have not yet gotten to a place of feeling fully unfiltered with my therapist. I think with in our couples sessions. I definitely am that. Tends to come easier to me. I'm not sure. Why but in my individual sessions. I feel like i wanna get an a plus like she gives me homework and then when i come back. I asked her to grade me. And you don't know what that means. Yes they do And she indulges it. She always gives me a good grade. And i really. That is great for me. I really that fuels me. But i feel like i wanna like do it right and i wanna make her proud. Which is so silly. Because i don't even know her into answer your question. Yes all of my sessions. I've never met her in person. Because i started this during the pandemic and all of our sessions have been telehealth. They've been over zoom so the other thing too is she we started. We were seeing our couples therapist. Actually we had a session scheduled because we had book these out in advance. Brian and i and we had a session the day that we were packing and moving our apartment in new jersey. So we're like in the middle of our apartment while the movers are packing our stuff up around us. I was like this is so chaotic right now But so we moved and the therapist practices based in new york city. And so of course. I do my first session with this new woman. She and i one on one. I loved her just felt like she heard me and she understood me. She is also a mother of a young child. Not mattered to me so i just clicked and i really liked her and i really enjoy our sessions together and then of course after the first like one or two. She's like so. It was recently brought to my attention. Oh probably someone at her office. Like how dare you. She's like that. You have relocated. And you're actually no longer in the new york new jersey area that you're in new hampshire and i was like. Yeah that's true and she's like well. I am not licensed to practice in that state. So i'm new apply for a temporary license. Which i think is something. A lot of telehealth people have been doing during the pandemic She's like but eventually it's probably going to expire. And so i do encourage you to keep your eyes open and be thinking and asking for recommendations for people in new hampshire and i was like no no no no no no i like i found you. I like you. I'm not leaving you. I sound like i'm very codependent. But it's just been a good fit. And i know that finding a therapist can be really hard and really overwhelming and I have had a handful of different therapist on the alley on the run. Show so if that's something you want to hear more and we do talk about the process of finding a therapist. Rachel gerston has been on the show twice. She was on by herself. I want to say it was episode. Like one hundred ninety eight the first time that she was on and then she was on with her Her business partner durell carabello together for a good friday episode and so Together they are the the and founders of viva wellness in brooklyn so definitely give that a listen the two of them are fantastic and ya check it out. Good luck to you in your search for a therapist and it really is a good thing and if you don't feel fit with your therapist keep looking. It's a it's a relationship that matters. And if anyone listening. Rachel gerson if you're listening to this and have any advice for me about how to worry less about getting an a plus in therapy and focus more on being my true unfiltered self. Please let me know. Because i have definitely felt myself like softening my edges. A bit But i'll work on that. I honestly it's something i'm aware of. I think it probably comes in practice. I've only i think i've done five sessions with her so far and so. I think i'll keep getting better at that and being more vulnerable also tangent. I find that. I am way more honest and vulnerable on the internet. When i'm not looking at people and when i don't know them that's kind of why i don't talk to like my loved ones about my problems because i don't want to bother them or be a burden but i have no problem putting it on the internet and i know that sounds weird but here we are. Thanks for your question. hi allie. this is kelly jackie. I'm from boston Just wondering if you have any great books that you've read recently like to share with your viewers I love your show. I look forward to listening to it. every week I.

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"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

08:13 min | Last week

"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"But yet when you talk to someone who has a platform who has been doing this for a long time even if they've never been asked specific questions or even if they've done a lot of interviews but not podcasts. They're probably going to be pretty good pretty comfortable. They know it's part of the job or they might even like it but with people who haven't been given this opportunity as much telling their story is new and i think there is a certain art when it comes to telling your life story because look for many of us who were in our twenties thirties forties fifties. We've we've lived a life and there's a lot to tell and the more that you share your story even if it's new parts of your story the practice helps ray just like with public speaking just like with anything and so i think with a lot of the runners who've not been given platforms before for whatever reason those might be more and i say might like big emphasis on might lots of people come out of the gates having never done a podcast and they are great story storytellers in a few weeks. You are going to hear from my friend. Blanca greenwich who had never done a podcast. But she's just such a dynamic individual that she was awesome. she is also a fitness instructor. She spends her life on a microphone. So it's different but There's there's the confidence that goes into it and also right now. Everything is remote. And i record my conversations in an audio platform. That is audio only. We're not even looking at each other. There's no video and for some people. I think that might put them at ease is that they're not worried about making eye contact or You know looking at someone the whole time. I think for some people that might be unsettling or make them uncomfortable but for others. I think that knowing there is a human on the other end can put them at ease and so certainly right now. Things are challenging in all kinds of ways. But i would never not ask someone to be aghast. Because i'm worried it won't be a good interview. I hope that i'm good enough at what i do that. I can put people at ease and make them comfortable an offering engaging conversation that being said. I'm not going to sit here and pretend that all what three hundred thirty seven episodes of this podcast have been home. Runs like i you know. They're not all the best ever. I know that. And that's okay so isaiah. That's okay but also i do want every single one to be the best ever to be a home. Run a grand slam. A might getting so good at sports references. Let me explain so basically a home run is when you hit a home run. A grand slam is when you hit a home run with the bases loaded. I just. I'm really good at sports. Sports references so. I just wanted to explain that. So a grand slam is like even better than a home run. So i wanna hit grand slams every week and slam dunk them and do touchdowns and field goals so i'll stop And spike the ball. So does that answer all your questions. You're not here to respond to me. But i think it does and yeah. It's always funny when being interviewed because the tables are turned. And i i wouldn't say i'm ever critical of the interviewer and i mean don't get me wrong. I have so much to learn from so many of the people who have interviewed me and it's always fun to see what questions they ask and where the conversation goes and And what stands out to them as the listener like. What did i say. Where did they go with it. yeah it's just like there's so much to learn constantly so this is a long winded answer. I know but obviously this is my passion. I love talking about it. And i love that you play along during the episodes. It's it's so fine when people say that they do the sprint to the finish and their heads and you'll also hear from amelia benton in a couple of weeks and she is awesome. She's we've known each other for a long time through the internet and she has been listening to the show for a long time which i'm so grateful for and so she was like so ready to go for the sprint to the finish and i changed up the questions which i told her. I just use different questions for this land and so that was fun. We had a good laugh about that and crush it and she did awesome. So yeah i think that answers your question but if not call back and i'll elaborate. Thank you so much. Hi ellie laura mayfield from erlanger kentucky. I was wondering if you ever check the instagram user. Who has the on the run handle to see if that has become available or if you ever hope to migrate over to that Username thanks bye. This is such a fun question and shout out to alison george lucas. Who is the owner of the alley on the run handle her bio says she has a wife motocross bomber to chew boys oklahoma born and raise living the good life in the washington. Dc metro with a smiley face It looks like she does follow me. Which is kinda cool. I should follow her back. She has a private account. So i can't Fully stock her. But i should request to follow her It's funny as this doesn't even cross my mind. Because i'm so used to now saying allie. On the run one i was a late comer. Relatively late comer to instagram. Just like you know snapchat tiktok now clubhouse i'm like i don't need it i don't want it it's one more thing i don't need it. I love facebook and twitter. I'm good which you know should have joined sooner though. I don't know when alice and george georgia joined instagram. I don't know if i would have beater to it. But i've always been alley on the run one because alley on the run was taken on. I would guess join yeah. I joined twitter first and then on instagram alley on the run was also taken so i was like well. At least they'll be consistent. I think it's good to be consistent. So i i should reach out. Actually i should see if she wants to be a guest on the show because she's a runner the alley's on the run. That would be fun. I do have a dream unrelated but sort of related. I wanna do a live when those are happening again with called alley's on the run and it'll be all that alleys and allison's in running because think about all the great ones right. There's alison wade fast. Women who had mentioned there's alison deceiver. Who of course has been on this show and she's the founder of harlem run and now she's working at was l. Which is very cool. There's wait now. i'm going to blank. I have a list written down. Obviously allyson felix There are so many. Great allison's an alleys in running. And i just want to like have a party with all of them so Alley on the run. The owner of the alley on the run. Instagram can totally be a part of that. So this is a fun question. I've not reached out to her. Not seeing if it's available. It's not something i want or think about her care about. Also like my website is allie on the run blog dot com because alley on. The run was taken a million years ago when i decided to buy that domain. So you know. I'm a late comer to a lot of things but i'm doing my best so this is a fun question. I like the sun. Hey allie it's It was just really nice to call this number. Interior voice But my question for you wanna have a nasty before when you were younger. What did you want. Even you grew up and not like not your dancing background. Like what was the weird thing when you were a toddler that you thought you wanted to be. I love you buy purple horse. According to my parents. I don't recall but according to my parents i wanted to be. I think it's actually a purple flying horse. Yeah honestly i haven't given up on that dream. i never will thank you for asking. Hi allie. this is maureen. I am a music teacher from teaneck new jersey. And i actually have two questions for you. I'm going to be a little bit greedy off my first question to you is. What is your favorite musical all time and my second question is what is something. That's making you feel really strong in.

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"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

13:52 min | Last week

"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"May be left. That was a hard pivot from. Does your dog run with you too. Does your daughter know how to do jazz hands. Yes anti knows how to do. Jazz hands also anywhere. Your jazz hands. And she flashes her too big sparkly jazz fan so yeah. She's a pro at that as for elliott. Elliot's our dog. she is a rescue. We got her when she was around. Twelve weeks old. She is a like lab boxer staffordshire terrier mix with the cutest under bite. You'll ever see she sixty pounds and she used to love running with me. And then anne was born and now she doesn't run with me so Yeah we my dream is to do lots of runs as a family with me. My husband brian and our daughter. Anne and the dog ellie. And this timing of this questions good because we just did that for the. I think the very first time the four of us ran together. We ran a valentine's day five k. Valentine's day if you didn't know this yet is my favorite holiday. And so this was my like best ever to celebrate and so we ran a five k. Brian had ellie on the leash pushed anne in the stroller. I hoped we would all run together. Brian did not have that same hope and so he was like no go. I'll do my own thing so we didn't run it together. And i think that me turning around and looking behind me to see where they were was annoying brian. Which if you've ever been in the reverse position it's so annoying when someone does that like in my mind. I was just checking and seeing how he was doing in his mind he was like. Oh my god stop. My husband is not a runner. He did not sign himself up for this race but we did have a lot of fun. And i would love to do that every single day. Together so ellie runs sometimes. She loves races. she's always loved races. She knows that runners give her a lot of love and attention. So she knows that that's the place to be for lots of pets and you know of course. Now that's not really happening are the five k. Was forty people in a time. Trial starts so everyone ran by themselves but La loved it. She did great. she's also i would love to say. I'm her favorite person but definitely. Brian is her favorite person. So i think if it were just elian me. She probably wouldn't have wanted to run. She would just sit and not move but she'll do anything for. Brian am my jealous. No yes and i dream of traveling the world with my family and running races together every weekend. Stay tuned you know how that goes. Brian might divorce me but hopefully not. Hi this is. Ken from walkie wisconsin. Love your podcast. My question is how do you always have such a sunny. He just position. I take care of many people in milwaukee with chronic medical problems and i would just sell to know how you do it. Is this something you were born with. Do you work on it and let us know thanks valley. Hey ken thank you so much for your question and thank you for the work that you do. I have asli. i don't know exactly what that entails. But i know that us people with chronic illnesses. We can be high maintenance patients whether we want to be or not so. Thank you for the work that you do Yeah as you alluded to. I have crohn's disease. My technical. diagnosis is crohn's colitis. Have had it since. I was seven and i don't always have a positive demeanor. I part of me is i love that you think that and part of me is like wait. No i don't want to put on like. I'm happy. And i try to be as honest as possible online. I'm not here to tie everything up in pretty bows and put rainbows. Perfect takeaways on everything. I also don't wanna complain all the time. So the reality is that life with a chronic illness can be really challenging i. I've talked about this before that people when they find out that i was seven when i was diagnosed. They're like oh my gosh. That must've been so hard to be so young. And i actually think the opposite is true. I think i was seven. I didn't have to deal with anything. Yes i was sick and that was really challenging and growing up with his. These diseases has been challenging. But when i was little it was my parents problem like it was up to them to manage my treatment and to deal with the doctors and the insurance companies. And all of that. I think it is so much harder and certainly greater shock both to the system. And to the your lifestyle when you're older and you get diagnosed and you have to both be sick and be your own advocate to be sick and be the one fighting the insurance companies to get your medication and calling your doctor. Who says we'll facts that information to you and you say i don't have a fax machine and they say okay we'll fax it and you say i don't have a fax machine it's it's more challenging especially now as a parent It's it's really hard to be sick because you don't get sick days from parenting so i am not sunny and like hearts in my eyes every day. I am a naturally excited person. I am a naturally happy person. I have done a lot over the years to. I know that sounds cheesy in cliche but to focus on gratitude to focus on what i have i also let myself feel my feelings. Which i know is so cliche but when i am frustrated because i'm sick when i am crying because i can't get my medication when i am feeling like why me i let myself feel that way. I try to put a time limit on it. Whether it's i used to like let myself be sad or cry for the length of a song. Like if i were in the cards. Okay when this song ends. I need to turn it around and i need to like take a deep breath and move forward. Maybe it's twenty four hours. I i tried to create my own light at the end of whatever tunnel. I'm in that doesn't mean in twenty four hours. Things will get better but in twenty four hours or ten hours or in one song. What can i do. Change my mindset. What can i do to take action. As i've gotten older i've learned that i can't sit in feel sorry for myself. I can't a little bit. But i know it's not in my best interest and again. This is my experience some people that truly might be what they need and i think that is okay. I've learned what works for me and for me. It's usually taking action doing what i can and moving forward even if it's a really slow pace so your if it seems like i'm always happy and sunshiny i promise you that's not the case. If you don't believe me. I will get my husband. My mother my father. I will get all of them here. Oh the girls in my group tax. My best friends. Like i will bring in witnesses if i need to but Life with chronic illnesses hard. Because there's no cure there's no and there's no answers for me like i feel okay today but i might not feel okay tomorrow and i don't feel okay tomorrow. I don't know if that's a twenty four hour thing or if it's going to be a two year thing there's a lot of uncertainty and getting better that has taken me practice. I am thirty five years old. I was diagnosed. When i was seven. I've had a lot of years of practice so I thank you for this again. Thank you for the work that you do. I never give advice on the topic because this is just my personal experience but if you are someone who is listening who has experienced or is experiencing something similar with a chronic illness. Just no you're not alone. And i see you and i am here with you and the hard days are really really hard. And that's why. I celebrate the good days like with extra glitter in jazz fan. So yeah i would say. That's where i'm at. Also it's easier to talk about all of this when i'm feeling good the next time. I'm feeling super crappy. Maybe i'll jump on and record a little bonus episode so you can get in my head on those days because i do think that's worth sharing as well and i think honesty and transparency around what it's really like with these illnesses is super important. So thank you for the question. Thank you for the work that you do alley. This is ms from colorado Just to clarify. I'm not an the coburn just became anyone was wondering But i do have a question about podcasts. And specifically interviews. I really love listening to podcasts. I love listening to your typecast and anytime listening to an interview style. Podcast i find myself answering some of the questions in my head and i just think about how much i would crush it at being podcast guest but and i spent the last year by a lot of job interviews and some other interviews for other things and i realized how much interviewing is really an art form and it's easy to ramble or feel like a deer caught in headlights. Even when it's a softball question. I think all of your guests do really great job being interviewed. Even your that aren't pros or aren't regularly on the podcast circuit which is impressive. And i think at least in part speaks to your abilities as an interviewer and to make people comfortable. My question for you is when you're picking your guests. Is this something you thinking about how they will come across in an interview if you if you think they will give a good interview And also since you have been on many protests saw as a guest. How do you feel about being interviewed. You get nervous and you have any tips for giving get interview and otherwise crushing it at being a good podcast guests things alley by. Okay thank you so much for this question and thank you for listening to the show. So i'll i'll answer the questions at the end. I because their top of mind and you asked about. Do i get nervous. When i'm being interviewed. No that's the easy part being. The interviewer is fun. Of course. I love what i do here. Wouldn't do it if i didn't but ever choirs prep and also there's so much else to worry about. I don't ever stress about the actual interview. I stress about the technology every single time especially in this world where everything is remote right now so anytime i'm doing an interview. I'm not worried about whether the person is going to be a good conversationalist i worry about. Are they going to be somewhere quiet. Do they have headphones is. They're going to be background. Noise is their audio going to be okay or are they going to be able to access the link that i sent. okay. I worry about all that stuff. I don't worry about the actual conversation. I have been doing this for a couple years now. So and i appreciate all your compliments. Those were all very nice. I appreciate that. So much. I i do have a lot of different things that i'll try to get someone to open up like you might notice that. Sometimes i barely talk during an interview. And other times i might interject some personal stories or i might relate to the guests That is something that's not about me. Believe it or not. I promise me sharing stories about myself during a conversation here on the show is not because i'm like ooh i wanna talk about my own experience. It's often because i am feeding off of the energy. They are giving me and i might feel like sharing. This will put them at ease. It will make them feel seen. It will let them know the. I understand what they're saying that they're not alone. Whatever it is. I i rarely ever tell a story about myself just to tell it There is usually a purpose or a reason. It may not always land. But i try and so i would. Yeah i i guess i do think about what they'll be like in an interview with the professional athletes. It's never their first interview or first time on a podcast. I actually wouldn't. Jason simpson was on during love on the run week. He's not a professional athlete. But like he's jenny simpson's husband and he did run the olympic trials and he has a lot of impressive accomplishment so i was very surprised to hear that was his first time on a podcast and he crushed it. How good was that right. How cute are they. Same with freddie starla garcia's boyfriend. Freddie benitez it was his first time being on a podcast and so people do great. I think that some This is actually a conversation that i had last year with. I believe was might have been with allison wade. Who of course does the wonderful and brilliant fast women newsletter that you should subscribe to and yeah. That's definitely who it was because it was after the olympic marathon trials. When i was trying to interview as many people as i could because i love hearing all of these stories and we talked about the differences in interviews with certain people right like you interview a desmond and you know it's going to be great a laura sweet. You know it's going to be great because they've had so many opportunities to tell their story. I mean i'm not taking away from everything else. There is to say about these dynamic women like that. They are very smart and that they are great speakers and they're funny right.

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"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

08:25 min | Last week

"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Wilpers lot matt gets me to like run harder. I like that. he's no frills but just olivia. And mattie i love their music i love their vibes. They just they get me to work. Really hard. And i have fun. So they are. My three go-to definitely take their classes. The most we do have a we have a tag. Yeah you can come join us. Friends of allie. Ot are not create. It myself someone from the alley on the run show. Facebook group did which i think is so awesome so we would love you to and follow along. I'm allie on the run. One on peleton. Just like i am on all my other social media. Channels and friends of allie. Ot our that is our tag. I love the idea of organizing a group run. I don't have the peleton bike. I i only have. I only have the tread. I only have this four thousand dollar machine. I love it so much. Great investment I don't have a bike. I have the tread. I love the idea of organizing a group class of any style. The only one i wouldn't be able to do is is the cycling of course Which is probably what most people do do. Do that being said. I have learned that. I need to start saying no to things and so i say yes to that happening i say unfortunately i cannot organize it myself at this time. If anyone wants to take the reins on that come join the alley on the run show. Best running facebook group. Let's get a discussion going. And yeah hell yeah. Let's make a group workout happen. I love this idea. Would love to be part of it. joined the tag. I love seeing all of you on there. It's really fun. I'm definitely still learning all the different like social sides of peleton. I've really just use it to get my workouts in. And i love that especially in the wintertime. It's great to have so. I have a lot more to learn. And i'm always open to class recommendations. I took my one hundred th run last week. I wanted to do a live run but it just didn't work with my schedule so i took mattie machaca mos thirty minutes. Selene dion run. It's from two thousand. Nineteen you can search for it. It was a really fun. A great one hundred one so highly recommend and for anyone who's on peleton follow me. Let's high five each other. Let's find each other. And i'm happy to see you on there as they say. See you on the leaderboard. Hi elliott meg From the coast of maine. I just a few seconds ago. Wondering is ali from l. e. Ever run with you or she hometown girl and probably silly question but the sandy know how to do chest. thanks bye. this may be left. That was a hard pivot from. Does your dog run with you too. Does your daughter know how to do jazz hands. Yes anti knows how to do. Jazz hands also anywhere. Your jazz hands. And she flashes her too big sparkly jazz fan so yeah. She's a pro at that as for elliott. Elliot's our dog. she is a rescue. We got her when she was around. Twelve weeks old. She is a like lab boxer staffordshire terrier mix with the cutest under bite. You'll ever see she sixty pounds and she used to love running with me. And then anne was born and now she doesn't run with me so Yeah we my dream is to do lots of runs as a family with me. My husband brian and our daughter. Anne and the dog ellie. And this timing of this questions good because we just did that for the. I think the very first time the four of us ran together. We ran a valentine's day five k. Valentine's day if you didn't know this yet is my favorite holiday. And so this was my like best ever to celebrate and so we ran a five k. Brian had ellie on the leash pushed anne in the stroller. I hoped we would all run together. Brian did not have that same hope and so he was like no go. I'll do my own thing so we didn't run it together. And i think that me turning around and looking behind me to see where they were was annoying brian. Which if you've ever been in the reverse position it's so annoying when someone does that like in my mind. I was just checking and seeing how he was doing in his mind he was like. Oh my god stop. My husband is not a runner. He did not sign himself up for this race but we did have a lot of fun. And i would love to do that every single day. Together so ellie runs sometimes. She loves races. she's always loved races. She knows that runners give her a lot of love and attention. So she knows that that's the place to be for lots of pets and you know of course. Now that's not really happening are the five k. Was forty people in a time. Trial starts so everyone ran by themselves but La loved it. She did great. she's also i would love to say. I'm her favorite person but definitely. Brian is her favorite person. So i think if it were just elian me. She probably wouldn't have wanted to run. She would just sit and not move but she'll do anything for. Brian am my jealous. No yes and i dream of traveling the world with my family and running races together every weekend. Stay tuned you know how that goes. Brian might divorce me but hopefully not. Hi this is. Ken from walkie wisconsin. Love your podcast. My question is how do you always have such a sunny. He just position. I take care of many people in milwaukee with chronic medical problems and i would just sell to know how you do it. Is this something you were born with. Do you work on it and let us know thanks valley. Hey ken thank you so much for your question and thank you for the work that you do. I have asli. i don't know exactly what that entails. But i know that us people with chronic illnesses. We can be high maintenance patients whether we want to be or not so. Thank you for the work that you do Yeah as you alluded to. I have crohn's disease. My technical. diagnosis is crohn's colitis..

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"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

07:39 min | Last week

"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Even. That felt a little. I have worked to do but so much better. It's a start it's something. So let's get into it ask allie. This is the second episode in this new monthly series. And before we dive in here is just a click rundown of what to expect from these episodes. Plus how you can get involved now. You know those. Qna's on instagram stories. Yeah those are fun. I love them. I love doing them myself. That's finally sharing. And i love when other people do them. So this is nothing too groundbreaking. I'm just bringing that format you ask. I answer so the podcast light. A bit of a pallet cleanser before the weekend so if you like getting to know your friendly neighborhood alley on the radio host a bit better. This is the place where you and. I think you'll enjoy this today. If you prefer episodes with inspiring guests versus a solo session. I totally get that. And we'll be back here next week with a returning favorite guest from the alley on the run show. What hits can i give you. Let's see you love to the first time. She lives in new jersey. It's not me. She wrote a book and she says the word a lot. Those are clues. Think about it now. If you wanna ask a question for the next edition of ask allie. I would love to hear from you. Called the official alley on the run show voice mailbox at nine one seven nine four seven nine six nine nine introduce yourself. Ask your question and tune in next month to see if your question made the cut. Make it good now. Let's do this. Ask allie here we go. Hi allie this is caroline calling from swansea massachusetts in the north shore of boston Thank you so much for doing this. And i love listening to your show actually not a runner but i just love everything about your show And keep keep that up I guess my question is amazon. So great to follow you As a as a new mom. And i would love to hear what has been your favorite age of anti so far if you could get frozen in time and be one age for the rest of her life What would be that age Love seeing the pictures any in can't we to Here start for this. I will i. Can i just say that it's amazing to me that you're not a runner and you listen to the show. I have so many questions like what brought you here and do you listen to the episodes with runners and like. Do you want to run with me sometime just so many questions and truly so happy that you're here. Thank you so much for this question. Obviously this feels like a great excuse for me to just indulge myself in talking about my wonderful two year old daughter. Actually i guess she'll be two and a half sort of soon. Any turned to in october. She was born in two thousand eighteen. And i love this age. Everyone mourned about the terrible twos and there are moments where it's certainly very challenging. But i really love this age. I love that she is so curious and find and she's just my little buddy. She's yeah she's just fine and a lot of that is a testament to her and you know. I think that she naturally is a very happy kid which. I'm so grateful for that. Being said when i look back at the asia's i everyone so different. So obviously this and all the answers here are very personal but i really struggled with the newborn age which is sad looking back and i don't want to say that i regret it because i can't change it but You know everyone says. Enjoy the newborn snuggles and enjoy the newborn snuggles. And i just put so much pressure on myself to do everything right. Whatever that means. I took no time off of work because i work for myself and i just didn't plan for that and i love what i do so i was excited to get back to it but i was literally uploading episodes from the hospital again. No one made me do that. I did that myself. And i don't know that i regret that but i definitely struggled early on and i didn't just let myself enjoy the snuggles. I always felt like i had to be doing something. I also was exclusively pumping for anne which meant that. I was not breastfeeding her directly. I wasn't nursing. I was pumping round the clock. And i hate it but i felt like i needed to give her breast milk and i had a good supply and so i should use it and so that i struggled with all that to say anne was such a cute sweet lovely little newborn and i wish that i had somehow found a way to chill which i don't know the answer to that I'm just not wired. That way. I guess but Okay so he struggled with the newborn age. I had a hard time having nothing to do with anne. She was a dream. But i had a hard time myself. And of course that bled into every area of my life that stress in that pressure. That i felt and then i remember around five months being like. Oh this is getting kind of fun. Coincidentally i stopped pumping five and a half months. So i'm sure those things go hand in hand and then at six months i was like. Oh my gosh this is fine and then every month has just gotten better from there. In my opinion anne like they the little things that they do all the little milestones crawling walking standing sitting talking talking more. It's so fun. Just their development is really exciting and certainly spending every minute of every day together for the past year in the house because of the pandemic of course and not doing much outside has given a nice opportunity to get to see all those things and not miss anything It's very easy right now for me to like put a bow on that of course it's been a challenging year in many ways but all that to say that i love the age. And he's at right now. I would freeze her in time. Right now forever. She is cut and find and she's obsessed with glee and movie musicals the other day she sat and watched mama mia here. We go again with me. And she loves watching all of the dance routines from glee. And it's just like oh my god. This is awesome. So i'm really really grateful for and i love this age. So thank you for asking ari. My name is leanna savin. And i've been listening to your podcast or cotton tom. I'm from alabama. And i have gotten into running so much from hearing all the stories that he brings us but recently i listen to you just him. My cats and i downloaded the pa. The peleton athletic rat actor. And i have been using it more than once today. Since she is one of my favorites since then i have four other tyner and you also get on it and i just wonder who are your favorite trainers. If you had to pick a top three who would you pick and if you would ever consider doing maybe a group palatine ryan or workout or something. I think that would be super guy but anyway just wanted to hear all that and thank you so much for all the tea. Do you are blessed..

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Los Angeles Lakers go in short-handed and fall to the Brooklyn Nets

Lakers Nation Podcast

05:44 min | Last week

Los Angeles Lakers go in short-handed and fall to the Brooklyn Nets

"Lakers dropped the game to the Nets got blown out was not pretty wind up losing this one. It was 109 2098. Ouch out not good. We're going to break down exactly what happened and put a little bit of context into it. What does this mean for the Lakers moving forward now that you've lost this was a game that a lot of people look forward to a lot of people had this game marked on their calendars did the Lakers maybe not and there's a lot of different things for us to to get into here the team didn't play. Well, there's no question and we'll talk a little bit about that. But I think where we need to start is that the Lakers were down two starters and yes, it's fair to mention that the Nets were also Down Kevin Durant. That's a giant loss. The Lakers were down Anthony Davis age. A giant loss. They were also down Dennis Schroder and I thought that was a bigger loss than he would be on most nights because the Nets defense is so poor. I think schruder would have had a very good game tonight. Just living in the paint getting to the rim creating Havoc. He would have made a difference out there for the Lakers certainly, but unfortunately was not able to go do to contact tracing with all the cobit stuff going on. So, you know, that was that was definitely unfortunate. We certainly didn't get the kind of finals preview matchup that people have been thinking we would get from this game because you're missing those star players. I don't think we got a very good representation of who the Lakers are as a team. I also don't think we got a great representation of who the Nets are because they're so different with Kevin Durant, but we did find out that the Nets love to shoot lots and lots of threes and make a lot of them tonight. Let's finish the game shooting just 46% from 3, but that doesn't tell the whole story. They were 50% or better for almost the entire game. It was until the end that they dropped off doing a great job generating open Thurs. And the Lakers Defenders were struggling to get out there and get a hand up and they were knocking them down. Joe Harris ridiculous 647 from 3 for 21 points. I said, this is a pregame video game. But one thing that they couldn't do was allow another guy to get going if Kyrie gets his points if James Harden gets his points you're going to live with that you're going to try to make life as difficult as you can on them, but you can't allow another guide to get going in and this game Joe Harris certainly did again dropping 21 points and then you gave up 15 to Timothy Loma Carrboro 2015 points to TLC not great. They're from the Lakers side of things LeBron. James had to pretty much do everything 32.8 board 7 assists 33 minutes glad that he only played 33 minutes. No reason for you to burn him out in this game when it was clearly won. The Nets were going to win especially once they got into the second half LeBron 146 from three three of six from the line, okay? One of the only other guys in double-figures was sixteen and ten. So we got a double-double Montrezl Harrell with ten points. Nobody else really did a whole lot out there. Nobody else did did much on the offensive end. You had nine points from k c p but just 145 from 3 West Matthews who started and played some shooter 144 shooting o of two from deep in 24 minutes Mark assault eight points did shoot for 3:00. So I'd like to see them in four to five threes a night did shoot for hit two of them. So you'll take that but the Lakers on the night shooting just 27% from 3 that slide from behind the three-point line at one point. They were third in the NBA in 3-point percentage and they have dropped dramatically since then and in fact last game they were up just about forty percent from three against the wolves and that was the first game in a while they'd been even better than league-average from deep and that's usually about thirty-five thirty-six percent tonight shooting just 27% That's with me rounding up. That's not good enough that will not get it done 6 a.m. Turnovers on the night as well. That's not a good sign either pretty much everywhere things could have gone wrong for the Lakers. They they really did ten offensive rebounds compared to 8 to the Brooklyn Nets. The brake pads are terrible rebounding team. That was a place where the Lakers needed to dominate 24 free throw attempts for the Nets compared to just 14 for the Lakers each and every spot along the way where the lake she really needed to win that particular area free throw attempts 3-point percentage turnovers, the Nets came out on top and because of that they won the game and wanted thousand Ali so I wouldn't be taking your questions and comments, but I guess before we get into everything. How much do we really take away from this knowing? There's no Anthony Davis knowing there's no Dennis Schroder knowing that the Lakers how many times tonight did we see the Lakers throw out lineups that we've never seen before with five men groups that literally have not played a single minute together yet. Not played a minute. That matters and I know we get some people who say it always but you can't make excuses. You can't you know, you have to go out there and win every single game. I'm just telling you what happened in the game. We saw the Lakers defense breakdown thought that was the Nets offense was really good part of that was the Lakers energy wasn't there part of that was also that they were playing an unfamiliar groupings and defense being something where everybody has to be on the same page. You get defensive breakdowns like this when you throw a line up together add necessity, I don't blame Frank Vogel here. You have no shooter. No Anthony Davis your entire rotation changes and you're winding up throwing out these kind of bizarre lineups out on the court and that's going to create defense of break that breakdowns. It's going to lead to open looks because you guys aren't used to knowing exactly where they're going to switch off their defense of responsibilities are it's a tough situation to be in and so I don't want to make excuses for the Lakers energy. I think they should have played with more energy with more Pace should

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Feds seize more than 10 million fake N95 masks

Hugh Hewitt

00:51 sec | Last week

Feds seize more than 10 million fake N95 masks

"M brand and 95 masks in recent weeks. Homeland Security Secretary Ali Mayorkas says the counterfeits were sold in at least five states to hospitals, medical facilities and government agencies. The seizures of these counterfeit surgical masks ensures the health and the health and safety of our front line. Healthcare workers who so bravely combat the pandemic by preventing them from receiving inferior personal protective equipment. Three. M's website offers tips on how to spot the counterfeits. The fake masks do not come through three m's regular distributors. They come from outside the normal supply chain. But authorities say hospitals and medical groups have increasingly gone around normal purchasing routines during mask shortages in the global pandemic. More on these stories at town

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Why Tech Companies Are Limiting Police Use of Facial Recognition

Short Wave

09:33 min | Last week

Why Tech Companies Are Limiting Police Use of Facial Recognition

"All right emily kwong so. We're talking about this announcement from a string of tech companies that they are going gonna put limits on their facial recognition technology especially when it comes to law enforcement amazon microsoft and ibm yes on june eighth. Ibm said it would discontinue general purpose facial recognition or analysis software altogether. Get out of the business completely and it made an impression after. Ibm's big letter. Amazon announced a one year moratorium on sales of they're very popular software recognition spelled with a k. To law enforcement to give congress time to implement appropriate rules so a one year ban. Yes microsoft took it a step further saying it wouldn't sell products to law enforcement at all until a federal law is in place. Here's microsoft president. Brad smith speaking to the washington post we need to use this moment to pursue a strong national law to govern facial recognition that is grounded in the protection of human rights and for matali in conde who has been pushing for regulation changes in tech for years. This was a big deal when these words were coming out of silicon valley. She felt all of the feelings. My initial was thank god. Thank god i was. I was happy. I was pleased. I was optimistic. I was short of breath. I was exhausted. Tally is the ceo of ai. For the people a fellow at both harvard and stanford universities for her. These announcements shifted the conversation. But that's about it. So i'm pleased. It's got us incredibly far but we're by no means the woods not out of the woods because for all of the advancement and facial recognition systems. Still get it wrong. They'll incorrectly match folks what's called a false positive or fail to associate the same person to two different images of false negative. Yeah and what's vaccine. Is these errors are happening. More often. when the machines are analyzing dark-skinned faces and that can disproportionally affect already marginalized communities prone to unconscious bias at the hands of law enforcement leading to false accusations arrests and much worse so until there's action on this metallic said words just aren't enough gotcha. So let's unpack this a little bit. Let's talk about how biased gets into facial recognition systems in the first place. I'd love that okay. So it starts right with how the systems learn to do their jobs. A process known as machine learning so to make facial recognition systems engineers feed algorithms large amounts of what's called training data in this case. That would be pictures of human faces. Yes the way machines learn is that they repeat task again and again and again and again and again developing a statistical model for what a face is supposed to look like so if you wanted to teach the algorithm to recognize a man you'd put in like millions of pictures of men you got it. The machine will then measure the distance between the eyes on each picture the circumference of the nose for example the ear to measurement and over time the machine starts to be able to predict whether the next image it seeing is quote a man which sounds okay right here comes the but but the machine is only a smart as its training data so remember joy ghulam weenie who i mentioned at the top of the episode. Yeah the the mit yes. So she and her colleague timid gabe developed a way to skin color in these training sets and the two they looked at were overwhelmingly composed of lighter skinned subjects. Seventy nine percent for ibi dash a and eighty six percent. For etienne's these are two common data sets that were largely as joy. Put it pale and male. So basically the training data used to create these algorithms is not diverse. And that's how that bias gets in The diversity of human beings is not always being represented in these training sets and so faces outside the systems norm. sometimes don't get recognized. Here's matala explaining what the research meant to her. That goes back to this other issue of not just hiring but a bigger issue of those no one in the team to say that you haven't put all the faces you haven't put all the digital images of all human beings could look like in the way that they sharpen society in order to recognize these faces. And it's so. After realizing how unbalanced these training sets were joy intimidate decided to create their own with equality in race and gender to get a general idea of how facial ai systems performed with a more diverse population so basically they fed it more diverse pictures to to look at. Yeah it was kind of interesting. They used images from the top ten national parliaments in the world with women in power specific yes specifically picking african and european nations and they tested this new data against three different commercially available systems for classifying gender one made by ibm the second microsoft and the third by face plus plus an running these tests joint him knit found clear discrepancies gender and racial lines with darker skinned faces getting mis classified the most. Here's mut-ali again. So one of the things that joy blue armies amazing work looks. That is the coloration between short hair and gender so many many many black women with afros where mislabeled as men mis gendered because the system had trained itself to recognize short hair as a male trait and this research project mattie produced a massive ripple effect further studies legislation in december the national institute of standards and technology or nist published a big paper of its own testing one hundred eighty nine facial recognition algorithms from around the world and they found biases to looking at one global data set some algorithms in their study produced one hundred times more false positives with african and asian faces compared to eastern european ones and when tested using another data set of mug shots from the us. The highest false positives were found among american indians with higher rates in african american and asian populations again depending on the algorithm. Wow yeah that is not what you want from your data. And i'm guessing white. Men benefited from the highest accuracy rates. Yes they did now. The knicks study did conclude that the most accurate algorithms demonstrated far less demographic bias but for multi. This evidence of bias raises a bigger question about the ethics of relying on. Ai systems to classify and police at all the problem with ai. Systems machine learning is that they're really really really good at standard routine tasks and the issue with humans is that we are not standard. We're not routine. Were actually massively messy right. We're not the same but when a police officer searches face in the system. They're not making arrests based on just spat match alone are they. Oh absolutely not. Yeah it's a tool for identifying potential suspects but if you think about how there's already implicit bias in policing critics. A facial recognition are basically saying. It doesn't make sense to embrace technologies riddled with bias to right if all this research has shown. These tools are capable of misidentifying black people. We cannot use biometric tools that discriminate against a group of people who are ready discriminated against within the criminal justice system but policing most specifically mattie. When i first spoke to mut-ali in march she was open to moratoriums on facial. Recognition like amazon is doing buying time for these systems to improve regulations to be put in place but the protests have her views. Because why why am i being moderate with completely reimagined how we interact with technology so now she wants to see facial recognition banned from law enforcement use which some cities in the us have done. Moutallos has tried to push for legislation to outlaw discrimination in technology before but it seems like now people are paying attention and have a language for talking about structural racism that they just didn't have before whether why america listened to me or not. I was gonna continue with this work. I believe that technology should be an empowering force for all people and that's my work but now having old and new ala not just allies but co-conspirators bright. I'm so happy. Because i didn't think would happen in my lifetime and it's an it's

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US govt seizes over 10M phony N95 masks in COVID-19 probe

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US govt seizes over 10M phony N95 masks in COVID-19 probe

"Federal agents have seized more than ten million fake three M. brand and ninety five masks in recent weeks investigators have been looking into counterfeit sold in at least five states to hospitals medical facilities and government agencies the fakes are not tested to see if they meet strict and ninety five standards and users may have a false sense of security because they are of no utility whatsoever homeland security secretary Ali may Orchis says criminals are looking to make a Buck by preying on pandemic fears investigators say they've also seen a jump into phony websites purporting to sell vaccines and fake medicine produced overseas Sager mag ani Washington

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Boston Red Sox trade Benintendi to Kansas City Royals in three-team deal that includes New York Mets

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02:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Boston Red Sox trade Benintendi to Kansas City Royals in three-team deal that includes New York Mets

"We did have a A trade godown wasn't a blockbuster. But i think certainly noteworthy is that. The red sox have been shopping. Andrew benintendi for quite a while. Now and i didn't understand why this guy was a top ten pick by the red sox not that long ago but here are the details in this three way trade between boston. The mets and kansas city. The red sox receive outfielder slash d. H. franci cordeiro Right handed pitcher josh win. Chaussee three players to be named later one from the mets to from the royals. The royals get outfielder. Andrew benintendi and the mets received outfielder khalil. ali now benintendi. As soon as he showed up last year he got hurt and he was offered a year. He only played like two weeks and batted one. Oh three he had a strained ribcage but coming into last season he was a career. Two seventy seven hitter and averages about eighteen home runs a game and he's due to make six point six million this year in his second. Rv'er so he has Another year. Sorry i know he has another two years after that. So i argue but the royals will now put benintendi in left field every day because if you think about with mary field i guess he's an outfielder our second baseman so a combination of him. Edward olive arison. Michael eight taylor. But the red sox for their part we'll get cordeiro which is a mix of alex dugo number. How highly regarded wasn't a dodger system. Hunter renfrow talked about yesterday as blooms gonna take a chance on him and that park but cordeiro as to thirty six hitter and he strikes out thirty five percent of his trips to the plate

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Egypt and the Arab Winter

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04:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Egypt and the Arab Winter

"Arab spring. Well who doesn't love a democratic revolution. Who's not moved by. Brave protests is calling for the downfall of a brutal regime well a decade ago. That's precisely what happened in the streets of cairo and alexandria a wall of sound as egypt's vice president. I'm sulaiman announces that president hosni mubarak will step down the merciful. The compassionate seasons mahamat house entrusting mubarak has decided a month as president of the republic might have seconds after the announcement. Cairo erupted in celebrations. We are extremely happy. We are all aspiring future for egypt. We are not depending on the government anymore. This is the egyptian people. And this is the base of the new constitution now. The worldwide far the greater the egyptian uprising that culminated in the downfall of mubarak. This is ten years ago so february. Twenty eleven all. That was entirely understandable. Wasn't it after all all revolutions at least in the first few days they blissful and remember every tarn across the water arab world trembled. We already had president ali. Fleeing tunisia albany mubarak of course was toppled. Gaddafi was killed by fellow libyans. Assad of course. Vice the syrian sunni rebellion however. The egyptian uprising did not deliver a democratic outcome. Nor did the cycled arab spring really amount to a more liberal future for the region. Why noah feldman is professor of law at harvard law school. He's author of the arab winter. Tragedy noah welcome to. Abc's radio national. Thank you for having me take us back a decade ago so to the wave of popular protests that swept the middle east. There was something profoundly moving for anybody who cares about freedom in watching large numbers of people say enough is enough. We want to have a say in how things are done in our country and we want dignity and we want social justice and we want freedom. And that i think was the reason that all over the world people responded so positively to the arab spring. It's also the reason that the impulse to have these kinds of protests and change spread across the arabic speaking world to so many countries and so there was a sense of optimism but also a sense of gee what will come next and i think in some countries more than others a worry that what might come next might not be as positive as the protesters hoped what comes next. I mean for generations. It was widely believed that arabs. As opposed to site asians europeans africans latin americans. The widespread view was that arabs. Were uniquely allergic to democracy and of course the arab spring challenged narrative yet use site new book quote. It brought little good. The arab spring ultimately made many people's lives worse than they were before house are. That's a painful realization to reach especially for someone like me who believes very fundamentally that there is no country no culture no group of people organized by region or religion or language who have less in the way of aspiration to self government and freedom than any other but ultimately the reason i can conclude that it brought more harm than good. Is that in egypt. The process that began with democratization and experiment ended in a new dictatorship is bad and in many ways worse than the one that came before in syria the process of arab spring ultimate gave way to a vicious improve civil war. The gun to be sure by the syrian regime in its own defense that left almost half the population displaced either internally or externally and killed hundreds of thousands of people and pretty much the place in the arab world where things are measurably better as a result of the arab. Spring is the tiny country of tunisia. Which has actually the odds to build a functioning constitutional democracy. They still a lot of other problems. But that's just a tiny tiny piece of the much bigger picture in which things are either no better or in some cases much worse

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Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

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Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

"Former heavyweight boxing champion Leon Spinks is dying after battling cancer. He was 67 years old speaks won the gold medal of the 1976 month Real Olympic Games, but he rose and Providence when he defeated Muhammed Ali unexpectedly for the heavyweight title in 1978, Leon Spinks. That it's

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Leon Spinks, Boxer Who Took Ali’s Crown and Lost It, Dies at 67

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Leon Spinks, Boxer Who Took Ali’s Crown and Lost It, Dies at 67

"The only boxer to take the heavyweight title from Mohammed Ali. Has died. We go back to Vegas for that win in 1978 years. Thanks. Just water has won the heavyweight championship of the world Incredible. Leon Spinks has diving said battle prostate and other cancers in recent

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Boxing champ Leon Spinks dies at 67

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00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

Boxing champ Leon Spinks dies at 67

"Former heavyweight boxing champion Leon Spinks has died at age 67. He authored one of the most stunning upsets in boxing history. But Leon Spinks lost his fight with prostate and other cancers, speaks one gold of the 1976 Montreal Olympics but had only seven professional fights under his belt. When he got into the ring with Muhammed Ali on February 15th 1978, he was outweighed by Ali by more than £25, but wanna split decision against the legend becoming undisputed heavyweight champ?

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Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

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00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

"Former undisputed heavyweight champion of the world in boxing. Leon Spinks has died after a five year battle with cancer the most unbelievable nights and score February 15th 1978 in Las Vegas. 24 year old Leon Spinks went up against Muhammed Ali for the heavyweight championship of the world and Leon Spinks just keeps on trucking. Spinks was an Olympic gold medal boxer But it was only his eighth professional fight way have a split decision on what was considered to be one of the biggest upsets in the sport's history likes this one, but success was fleeting for the fighter with the gap toothed grin, Spinks lost a rematch to Ali's seven months later. His career never

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Leon Spinks, Boxer Who Took Ali’s Crown and Lost It, Dies at 67

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Leon Spinks, Boxer Who Took Ali’s Crown and Lost It, Dies at 67

"The only boxer to take the heavyweight title from Mohammed Ali has died. ST Louis and Leon Spinks Junior who wants meat Mohammed Ali to take the heavyweight title in boxing, has died from cancer at the age of 67, Spinks said battle prostate and other cancers in recent years Spinks be Dolly back in 1978. He was the only boxer who took the title from Ali and the ring. Ali would take back the title in a rematch. Months later, Spinks and his brother Michael, made history by winning gold medals at the 1976

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Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

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Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

"Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks has died. He was 67 speaks, won the title in 1978 stunning Muhammed Ali. He lost to Ali in a rematch. Seven months later, Spinks won a gold medal is a light heavyweight at the 1976 Olympics

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Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

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Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

"Are known for his gap toothed grin who went toe to toe with Muhammed Ali and 1978 and shocked the world has died. Leon Spinks was 67, the former heavyweight champion had been suffering from prostate and other cancers. The ST Louis native won a gold medal as a lightweight and the Montreal Olympics back in 1976. 13 months later spring would step into the ring with an aging 36 year old Ali and took him to the 15th round toe win The fight by a decision and

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Leon Spinks, former heavyweight boxing champ, dies at 67

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00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Leon Spinks, former heavyweight boxing champ, dies at 67

"Tonight in the boxing world with the death of former heavyweight champ Leon Spinks, the PR firm that represented Spinks says he died Friday night He'd been diagnosed with prostate and other cancers. He won a gold medal is a light heavyweight in the 1976 Olympics the greatest night of his pro career. No question. February. 15th 1978 Thanks just wanted. Spike has won the heavyweight championship of the world Incredible, defeating Muhammed Ali and a huge upset. He later lost a rematch to Ali and his career never really recovered. He struggled with financial and medical issues later in life. Leon Spinks was 67.

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Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

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Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

"Obituary of Note former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dying of cancer. He won boxing gold that the 1976 Montreal Olympics and then upset Mohammed Ali for the heavyweight title two years later has won the heavyweight championship of the world. His career highlight. Incredible What heart this young kid has got. They're seven months later, Ali wanted back. Leon Spinks was 67 this mentor.

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Boxing legend Leon Spinks dies at 67

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00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Boxing legend Leon Spinks dies at 67

"Boxing legend Leon Spinks, who died last night after a battle with prostate and other cancers. The Olympic gold medalist probably remember most for a stunning upset over Mohammed Ali in 1978. That match was for the heavyweight title and was only the eighth profile of Spinks career. It came just two years after his gold medal win during the 1976 Olympics in Montreal. Speaks and Ali would fight again. Just seven months after that, With Ali taking bagman title belt in the rematch, speaks reclaim the heavyweight title in 1985. He defended it three times before being knocked out by Mike Tyson. Leon speaks only 67 years old. Still ahead

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Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

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Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

"Champion Leon Spain says died at the age of 67. CBS is Bud Michigan on his life Little 19 Sports February 15th 1978 In Las Vegas 24 year old Leon Spinks went up against Muhammed Ali for the heavyweight championship of the World. Leon Spinks just keeps on trucking. Spinks was an Olympic gold medal boxer But it was only his eighth professional fight way have a split decision on what was considered to be one of the biggest upsets in the sport's history. Thanks is wanted. Success was fleeting for the fighter with the gap toothed grin. Spinks lost a rematch to Ali's seven months later, his career never recovered. But Michigan CBS News

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"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

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03:58 min | Last month

"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"They got i believe three hundred and fifty applications for this which like and read every single one camilla and league land or they read every application which is amazing. And that tells you to. That is three hundred and fifty runners who have creative ideas and stories to share like. Oh my gosh we. We need to find a way for all three hundred fifty of these people to run with their ideas because a pun run with their idea that was job makes ernest of cast valley. So i was brought in during the second to last phase of that which was we have narrowed it down to. Gosh now. I forget How many i saw. I wanna say a dozen or so and i read through all of their ideas. They sent everything in these beautiful like portfolios and they had their ideas about the person and they did interviews with all the track smith interviewed tons of these people to learn more about their ideas and put together a beautiful presentations and So from there. I and now i'm glad well and everyone else who was on the selection committee Read through them and made our picks and so. I was not part of the final decision making process that was strictly the track smith team. But for someone like malcolm glad ball and myself we were part of the group that narrowed it down from semi-finalists quarterfinal know this. These sports metaphors. And you know how. I do with these. But so yes we were brought in i. It was very challenging literally. Emailed them back. And i said i pick all of them like i know. That's not helpful so it was. It was harder so many good ideas. I'm so excited for the ones they picked. I also really really hope that people that didn't get picked are still able to find a way to make their dreams come to fruition. Because i'm there were plans for documentaries. Historical projects of like sharing the history of the sport particularly. I remember one that was. She wanted to tell the stories of the pioneers of women's running like the women who paved the way for the fact that women now make up more than half of any race and just a lot of really important stuff really cool stuff whether the focus was running or running was a secondary part of it. It was just so cool to see people's ideas and also maybe be like. Wow i have not a creative person like the way that these please alley feller. How dare you. I'm a curious person. I would say creative person. So huge honor to get to be a part of that and yeah super excited for today because like i said i'm a dna superfan and really excited for her. And for more people to hear from her. And i hope that a lot of people listen to her episode with mario today because it was a really great one and she shares her story in just really fun to hear from her. So as you were struggling with deciding who you're gonna choose shoot malcolm an email like hey malcolm since around first name basis. Now he's a little sidebar hop on the phone call chat about it..

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"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

07:42 min | Last month

"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Activities that she wants to do. Hi allie. this is amy. I live in charlottesville. Virginia and we're cord university of virginia. I was wondering because you got me into shit creek at the beginning of the pandemic influenza. I have watched it all and loved it and got my friends on it too was wondering what is your all time favorite shits creek episode for your top three thinks this is not a fair question because obviously my answer is every episode. Every season gets better. And better the finale when maura walks out in that outfit i gasped. I love that you watched. it's creek. I could not be happier to report. That my mom super into shits creek right now She wanted something like fun to watch and she's obviously seen it. Because i literally have on anytime. Like if i'm in front of a tv. I'm watching shits creek. Probably i just watch it over and over and over And she's super into it so even nights like she'll be so tired it's like do you want to watch an episode and it's the best. I love that we're sharing this together. So as for favorite episodes i think of scenes not episodes as a whole because sometimes i like the storyline with david or alexis. But i'm like janis kinda boring me. I love johnny. I love them all Or if there's too much roland. Or bob i'm like but the first thing that comes to mind is obviously the scene with maura and david making the angela's with folding the cheese iconic. I love the season two finale when they're all dancing in the barn and it was the greatest joy watching that episode with my mom and she was crying because i was like she feels it too and the song dance to is precious love james morrison and that was one of the songs they played to open the virtual live. Show so love that song very much. The cabaret performance is a favourite when stevie sings. That's just the best obviously both renditions of simply the best both when know what actually well yeah to finish that when david and patrick each do it when patrick serenade salmon then when david lip syncs it i love that i love the episode or the part in the episode when david i goes and meets patrick to apply for the business listens for rose apothecary for the store and he's describing like it's a very specific it's a general store but it's also a very specific kind of store and then he gets high and he leaves them that voice mail at the end of the episode. I love that scene every time honestly the whole fifth and sixth seasons. I think are amazing. The escape room episode is one of my favorites. Because i feel like that's when a lot of character development for alexis really comes out She's my favorite character. I always thought. David was my favorite but really alexis and the way that she develops throughout the six six seasons. I just love her. And i want to be friends with her so i know. That's not my three favorite episodes. But those are some of my favorite moments. And i love talking about shits creek. So i would love to hear your favorite moments. Everyone who's listening. Hey alli this is Aaron calling from goodell arkansas One of the big questions. I have is. What is the furthest you've ever run and What has your total lifetime. Mileage than i am very very very very close. Two thousand miles and i'm very excited Thank you for having me on your show. Hey erin thanks so much for the question. The furthest i have ever run is twenty six point two miles and not a step more. I am not someone who warms up for marathons and i am certainly not someone who's doing cool down afterwards. So i've run six marathons and that's the furthest i've gone probably the furthest i'll ever run. I love the idea of doing a fifty k. Or a fifty miler but my body historically has shown that when i'm running ledge doing lots of hard workouts the crohn's disease comes out to play so i'm hesitant to try and train for another marathon even though i do like the idea of it as for lifetime'mileage not a clue i. I've never tracked mileage for more than like a training cycle at a time. I've always kind of known. I used to write it down. In a little alleger of sorts. I would write down my runs eventually. I got onto strava. And i used to just upload my garmin data when i was running with watch upload to strava automatically but a few years ago i stopped running with a watch and what i do now is when i go out. I have the strava app on my phone. So i'll just run the app. 'cause i like to know how far iran just to keep an eye on it It's fun to map out roots. Also so. I don't do too much. Because i am very very much someone who likes to do more and more and more and it kind of keeps me reigned in when i know i'm getting like my weekly mileages getting too high. I can scale it back. So i don't know my lifetime mileage. I only know my every so often running the strava app on my phone mileage. So wish i had a better answer for you. I thought about trying to do one of those run. The year challenges so trying to run two thousand twenty one miles this year and comes out to five point five miles a day. But that's if you run. Every single day i forget the weekly mileages like thirty eight miles a week or something. Which would actually be doable for me. But then even the past couple of days. I just took three days off running because my foot was kinda hurting. Feels totally fine now. I think i just like tied. My shoelace too tight. One day all that to say when i have a goal. If i have a setback i get all in my head about it and so i was like. I don't even want to pursue that goal. Because i don't want to think about it for a year street so i hope that answers your question. Twenty six point two miles and not a step more ali so i was wondering how if you have any tips on starting to run with crohn's disease because i'm still at the point where sometimes all step out the door just on a nice walk and i'll be a quarter of a mile away and then crisis strikes so i'm just wondering if you have any tips on how to run and how to do that because i really want to get into running that little scared too. So valley yeah. This is tough. And i'm answering this question. Based only on first hand experience. I always feel the need to put a disclaimer out there that i am not a doctor nor an expert in anything so except maybe shits creek. I'm getting close to being an expert on that but running with crohn's disease as tough. I think it requires having a really good relationship with your body meaning respecting your body. And what i mean by that is i used to push push push push push and i still get into patterns of that. I won't pretend that. I don't Occasionally do more than i should. But i will never forget being in central park one morning in the pouring rain. 'cause you know had to get my running i was having such a bad crohn's flair and it was so bad and there's bathrooms in central park but they're spread out and you know with crohn's it's often not not as close as you need it to be and so it's pouring rain iran. I was on the bridle path and iran behind this It's not a dumpster. It's like what are those like big aluminum looking.

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"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

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08:17 min | Last month

"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

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D. r. dot com slash on the run code on the run is going to get you ten dollars off your next good or purchase. You are basically getting free losses at this point gutter dot com slash on the run for ten dollars off. I love you. let's get back. Well let's get back to me the. Let's get back to me and your questions. hi allie. My name's celeste. I who i am. Where in from is toronto. What i do. I'm the teacher runner and my mama high podcasters and a your food anyway. Here's my question for you. I have been watching. Your lovely child grow up and watching all your dad videos and single your dance periods in your house. I'm wondering are you got hurt into dance classes and it was a little personal of a question but i i feel like can be a really healthy thing but there can also be like shadows sides to that so i'm just wondering what your take on. That was always a positive experience for you. Is it something that you envision. You wanted to expose your child to What is your thoughts on exposing your children to the things that you really are passionate about. Love to hear your response at some point. Have a great night. I this is a great question and this is something. I think about a lot. Interviewing professional runners. Who are parents is odd. You hope your kids will run. And i think yeah we. All hope will be able to share these experiences and these things that we love so much with our children but when it comes to dance i mean look anti came out dancing. She was literally born while the song. Dancing queen was playing now. It's one of her favorite songs which is very sweet. She loves music. Loves moving around if we weren't still in a pandemic. I think i would definitely have her. Try out dance classes right now just to see if it's something she likes but i feel that way about everything. Let her try what. she likes. i i don't feel like i need to put her in dance for ten hours a week. Starting now like not. At all. I want her to be the one to decide. I want her to explore. That's what my parents did for me. And i was very lucky to have been given a lot of opportunities to try things i did. I did t-ball. And i don't think it was an option for me to continue with that based on how i did at that. I did basketball which my dad is still traumatized by as a mine. I did girl scouts which i enjoyed for while i did flute. I mean i. I played the flute did the flute. Oh that could be like american pie situation. Nope nope nope. I played the flute with my hands. And my mouth. This is getting weird. I played the flute. I like the flute a lot. And actually i was pretty good at the flute. But it wasn't like cool in high school. So i played in middle school and then i stopped. I did gymnastics. My nickname was butter. Fingers fall off the bar so much so that was not a great time for me but dances. What i loved. Dance was one of the things. I started when i was five and it was one thing that i stuck with the whole time because i loved it so much and i was able to make that choice My parents supported it which is huge Was a wonderful privilege so yeah. I know that there's dark sides of the dance industry but having been through it and experienced dance firsthand and then being on the other side of the industry where i wrote about it and covered it and still do. I'm really really aware of all that goes into it. I i would say overall yes incredibly positive experience for me. I think having the opportunity to perform on stage frequently and often gave me so much confidence. I developed such important friendships and relationships It was yeah. I mean it was the biggest part of my life for so long and yes so i had a very long time a horrible relationship with my body which may have happened with or without dance but that was certainly a part of it. I struggled with that in many ways for a really long time into adulthood. I am hoping that my experiences with those are something that i'll be able to use if or when or should anti choose to pursue dance It's something that the second i found out. I was having a girl that i cared a lot about. Raising her with a positive healthy body image. Doing whatever. I can to really hear her and listened to her and be there for her Dot is something. That's very important to me. So yeah i know. There's dark sides of the dan's industry. I watched every season and every episode of dance moms. i've well versed in all things dance. Moms i would say that is a small portion of the dance industry at least at a an elementary and high school and even collegiate level. I would yeah. I would just say that i would use what i've learned from being in it firsthand and apply that knowledge and experience to whatever he's going through. Its i'm never going to force any activity on my kid. I want extra curricular activities to be things that she chooses in loves and that there are ways that she wants to spend her time. If that's dance that's cool if that's running that's cool if it's skateboarding awesome. If it's art great reading music like she. That's i think part of what's so wonderful about having she's too right now and it's really fun to see her interests and even now. Brian and i are pretty hands off when it comes to like giving her things like handing her things. I don't ever say like do this. Paint this draw this like very much trying to offer her what we can and see what she gravitates toward and then nurturing that so that's my plan i've only been mom for two and a half years so i'm still pretty new at this. But that is my mentality when it comes to her choosing the.

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"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Who they are and what they do and how they feel but we don't so if you're comparing yourself to people you don't actually know girl stops scrolling on follow. It doesn't mean those people are bad people it just me inside. It is not suiting. You right now to consume that stuff and i think that taking responsibility for what you're consuming if that's the case is really important. Also every pregnancy is so different and this period in your life does not define you. As a person it can be defining. You're gonna learn a lot about yourself throughout these nine and a half months and that's a good thing but what happens to you during this time and i mean that like surface level stuff right that if you're comparing to like oh i thought i'd be running throughout my entire pregnancy and you're feeling like a failure because you're not you're not a failure not everyone runs through their pregnancy. Some people run even though it doesn't feel good but they feel like they should like. We all have our own reasons motivations whatever and so i would say to look at what's going well for you right now and i know that that sounds a little bit fluffy but but truly if you're feeling frustrated by certain aspects of what you're feeling experiencing right now. I am a big proponent of trying to focus on the good and that is a blanket statement obviously. If what's going wrong feels pretty serious is bringing you down. My answer is always going to be especially during pregnancy and postpartum. Seek a trained and qualified professional to talk to. I say this as someone who has always been like therapy do therapy but only just a couple of weeks ago. Did i set up a weekly standing appointments for myself and my therapist and it is the greatest forty five minutes of my week. Where i it's just about me. And i talk with no filter if you're not doing that already. And if you feel like you need that outlet. I would really recommend it. And everything's over zoom now so you don't even have to go anywhere. It's great but i think that can help you. Especially in preparing for the postpartum period. It's really nice to have someone to talk to to have a totally self indulgent our where you can just get your thoughts run and you can talk about the comparison trap and you can talk about whatever's on your mind good stuff and challenging stuff so lewellen in summary lululemon and light bra. You're doing great congratulations. Stop scrolling close with the people close to you that you can confide in and trust and just vent to unfiltered and if you feel so inclined. Seek out someone to talk to because that can be super helpful. It doesn't mean anything is wrong with. You doesn't mean you're broken. It just means that sometimes it feels really good to talk to someone whose job is literally to listen and indulge you in that way. Congratulations super happy for you elissa alley. This is so exciting My nina seven and i live in delaware guest our. I know it sounds like anyway. My question is about podcasting. I would love to hear about. What made you decide to do podcasting. And how did you get into it. And where do you get all of your questions from and just everything practicing would love to hear about that. so yeah. I hope things are great. And they've they've really requestion happy Okay thanks allie. And i will Keep on listening on the run by deb from delaware. I laughed when you were delaware. That's funny my mom went to the university of delaware delaware. While i was going to be like delaware comes up all the time in this house but that's not accurate. My mom is not running around being like go blue hens but she does like to remind us often that her mascot was the blue hens. She's pretty proud of that. So yeah delaware. And i almost said i love your crabcakes but that's not correct. I mean maybe. I've never been to delaware. You might have great crabcakes but i meant maryland. You're both great love. You both okay to answer your question. How i started podcasting. If you can believe it actually the alley on the run show is coming up on its fourth birthday going to throw this girl party Probably not i'm probably gonna forget in the next day be like oh darn i missed it. Which is what. I usually do so. I started podcasting because i started listening to podcasts and it was like i wanna do that to a pretty simple motivation there but i was a writer my whole life and for my career and i had started a running blog in two thousand ten and the blog was great. It was in the heyday of blogging. So that was really fun. And i got to a point though where i wanted to not be so much about me which feels a little bit. What what word am i looking for. Hypocritical ironic self deprecating. I dunno i wanted to not be about me. And i realized that i'm saying that as i'm recording a solo episode on the alley on the run show called ask allie. I am aware of the irony in it. All but I wanted to use my journalism. Background and interviewing skills and general curiosity and obsession with learning people's stories and my passion for the running industry and the people who make up this community that i love so much and that has changed my life so much so the premise was simple. I did not have met the format. There are now. There are obviously tons of running podcasts. And at the time there were a handful as well so i was not the first. I did not come up with the concept. But i'm super happy to be doing this for so long i've loved it. I've loved playing around on the show and watching it evolve and it started as a hobby. And just a fun thing while. I was Freelance writer and i'm still a freelance writer. But now this is my main job. And i love that in. Its been a wonderful evolution. There's a full episode on that. Someone requested a how. I built this style episode about the alley on the run show which felt like a little much to put out here on the main podcast feed. But that'll be coming to patriotic. You're interested which. I know hype it all the time but patriot dot com slash on the run. You want to get in on that action. As for how i come up with questions. It's what do i wanna know. What do i already know about this person. But what don't i know about them. I do tons of research. A lot of googling a lot of instagram. Hesitate to call it stalking kind of feels like it sometimes and what jumps out at me. A lot of people that we hear from often we kind of know their stories. Eventually or you can google them and very quickly. Learn their story but what happened. I heard what do i want to know My goal in every episode is while i hope listeners have more questions because they were so intrigued by this person i don't want them to feel that. Any holes or gaps were filled for example if someone is talking about Oh and you know before every run. I have to eat the same meal and then they keep talking in my mind. I'm like well what's the meal you didn't tell me. We gotta go back and talk about that meal so a terrible example. Very layman vague. Because probably they're going to tell me what the meal was right but my point is i don't want you to be like. Oh i wish alley had asked ex. i understand. there's always going to be steph. We can't touch on in the course of one hour. That's a lot of life for someone to sum up in forty five minutes to an hour but my goal is to indulge my own curiosity and hopefully peak yours as well. So it's just. What do i want to know in chasing me. Down high allie. My name is jessica. I'm calling from chicago. And i am a listener I love you. I love your show. I love very much. The the seventh person who According to you like to interrogate people at parties. I do the same thing and i'm curious if you ever learned something very interesting about a person because of the way that interrogated them at a party. I asked us because one time. I was at a wedding sitting next to a person that i didn't know. So of course. I again interrogating him. I asked him all kinds of questions. He was very kind he had asked me questions. I wasn't just like giving him the nice degree for no reason but as we were talking he was giving me sort of brief answers which just encouraged me to ask more questions and It finally turned out that he was yoyo ma's son and he had produced the mr rogers documentary I was Floored when all of this came to pass because we talked for like ten minutes. When i finally realized who it was but i was talking to and i'm curious if you've ever had a conversation like that where you thought you were talking to some random joe blow and it turned out to be you know yoyo ma's son they sally by okay. I can't stop laughing. Because i feel like you and i jessica would be best friends terrors. At a party probably would scare a lot of people together with our questions. But i love that story. I don't think i have anything that can top that nothing comes to mind about learning something about someone for my interogations but okay. I'll tell you a little story so years ago this would have been. I wanna say twenty. Twelve twenty twenty ten eleven or twelve somewhere around there. And i was working at dance. Spirit i don't think i was editor in chief yet but i was working there working my way up and i was obsessed with the musical in the heights. Of course written direct He didn't direct it but written by lemon while miranda and he started as i am a snobby and you've probably never heard my name right. Reports of my famer greatly exaggerated. Anyone singing it with me. Cocoa so lin manuel miranda. He had done in the heights. He was well known of course within the broadway community and the arts community. But he was not the lin manuel. Miranda he is. Today was not there yet. This was long before. Hamilton came along long before mary poppins returns So he was like kind of flying under the radar. So we're at. This event was the new york. City dance alliance One of their gallus. We went to a lot of gals in the arts industry. Which was ironic right. In new york city us writers who are being paid thirty thousand dollars a year expected to dress up and go to gallus and i'm like okay i'll see what kinda gowns they have marshalls today. They should've had like a line item in our budgets for gowns but our budgets barely covered. Anyway so i'm at the gala. I was like of course a huge linneman fan and after the performances we all went up to the banquet hall. And there's tables and schmoozing. It's just so much smooching schmoozing at these events and he was just sitting at a table by himself now. He could not do that he would be absolutely mobbed but like people didn't really know who he was but i knew so. I went over and chatted with them and was just like i love in the heights and i had met a bunch of people from the in the heights cast just from writing about them and had been backstage which is cool and i know that sounds very like really went backstage but also when you work in the industry and you right. That's like i don't wanna be like those part of it. Sounds a little bit dushi to she. Hopefully not but i went up to him and chatted and we talked just the two of us for like twenty minutes and talked about his career and i remember him giving me really good career advice about like. Don't let people stop you and people are gonna think your ideas are stupid. But if you don't think it's stupid you should pursue it. And i just remember like floating out of that room and no one interrupted us and no one bothered us in. No one was like lynn. Can i have your autograph again because it was pretty early in his fame and it was like a low key. Kind of loki. Dance event like it did not 'paparazzi and stuff like that. So that's one of my favorite stories. I don't know if it's as cool as yours because yours happened by chance and mind happened by like being a super fan so i guess you know both of us right place right time. We should totally go to parties together. When parties happened again. I think we would have an absolute blast. Thank you so much for asking a question. Hi this is alex I cannot take credit for this question. I thought from where. I thought it was hilarious. So the toy company can make an action figure of you and it came to accessories. What would the to accessories be. I have no idea what might be. But i'm excited to hear. This is a really funny question and my answers are obvious. Anne and ellie do they wait. Do they count as accessories or is the answer supposed to be like a shield and a jazz hand Whatever it's you know. If the toy company is making me then i want anne and ellie my daughter and my dog as my sidekicks as my accessories and we will all be wearing gold and hot pink and my hands will permanently be in the jazz hand position and i want a little bit more range of motion than like a barbie for example. Like i wanna do splits and straddles and barbie can only do splits. I would like to be permanently on relevant like barbie though though i dunno i like sneakers more than high heels. You know what. I want flexible ankles so i want to be able to do both and i want my hair. Probably in a braid becau- well. I don't know then you're going to get people like like lacy henderson who took mali's braids out and i won't stand for that so i don't know about the hair but i want full range of motion jazz hands anne and ellie by my toy. Let me just put.

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"First trimester has been pretty difficult for me and i feel like i find myself comparing my journey to others around me and i just can't seem to get unstuck from that. I also remember you talking of out the and how miserable that can get when you're pregnant And i really a girl. I i just wanted to be if you had any favorite sports bras or anything that need that a little bit more bearable on the run while Thanks so much for all you do. I love the podcast. And i look forward to hearing. Hi elissa this question. You totally caught me off guard. Because you said i'm pregnant too. And i was like wait. I'm not pregnant. But i think you meant your you said your career and then that you're also pregnant so just clarifying that both for myself and for anyone listening i am not pregnant. Elissa is pregnant. And congratulations that's very exciting. And i let me answer the easy part. The boobs yeah. Failure girlfriend like literally and out the lululemon and light bra. It is an investment. it is not cheap but it saved me during pregnancy and postpartum. It is a big reason. I was able to keep running through both. Because it's supportive and soft. And i was a huge fan so lululemon and light bra and all include a link to that in the show notes for anyone who's interested. It's my all time favorite. I have worn it in sizes from b to see to d- to double d t. So i own a lot of them and i can vouch for them. Lululemon ripe lululemon and light bra. What help you out. As for the comparison game. I totally get that to have obviously been there myself in various stages of life as i'm sure many people who are hearing these words have as well and i would say i i would ask you to whom are you comparing yourself. Is it your friends or is it people on instagram. Because fun little fact about instagram. It is not everything. It is a highlight reel. It is what people choose to share. I know it often feels like we think we know people we think we know everything about their lives and who they are and what they do and how they feel but we don't so if you're comparing yourself to people you don't actually know girl stops scrolling on follow. It doesn't mean those people are bad people it just me inside. It is not suiting. You right now to consume that stuff and i think that taking responsibility for what you're consuming if that's the case is really important. Also every pregnancy is so different and this period in your life does not define you. As a person it can be defining. You're gonna learn a lot about yourself throughout these nine and a half months and that's a good thing but what happens to you during this time and i mean that like surface level stuff right that if you're comparing to like oh i thought i'd be running throughout my entire pregnancy and you're feeling like a failure because you're not you're not a failure not everyone runs through their pregnancy. Some people run even though it doesn't feel good but they feel like they should like. We all have our own reasons motivations whatever and so i would say to look at what's going well for you right now and i know that that sounds a little bit fluffy but but truly if you're feeling frustrated by certain aspects of what you're feeling experiencing right now. I am a big proponent of trying to focus on the good and that is a blanket statement obviously. If what's going wrong feels pretty serious is bringing you down. My answer is always going to be especially during pregnancy and postpartum. Seek a trained and qualified professional to talk to. I say this as someone who has always been like therapy do therapy but only just a couple of weeks ago. Did i set up a weekly standing appointments for myself and my therapist and it is the greatest forty five minutes of my week. Where i it's just about me. And i talk with no filter if you're not doing that already. And if you feel like you need that outlet. I would really recommend it. And everything's over zoom now so you don't even have to go anywhere. It's great but i think that can help you. Especially in preparing for the postpartum period. It's really nice to have someone to talk to to have a totally self indulgent our where you can just get your thoughts run and you can talk about the comparison trap and you can talk about whatever's on your mind good stuff and challenging stuff so lewellen in summary lululemon and light bra. You're doing great congratulations. Stop scrolling close with the people close to you that you can confide in and trust and just vent to unfiltered and if you feel so inclined. Seek out someone to talk to because that can be super helpful. It doesn't mean anything is wrong with. You doesn't mean you're broken. It just means that sometimes it feels really good to talk to someone whose job is literally to listen and indulge you in that way. Congratulations super happy for you elissa alley. This is so exciting My nina seven and i live in delaware guest our. I know it sounds like anyway. My question is about podcasting. I would love to hear about. What made you decide to do podcasting. And how did you get into it. And where do you get all of your questions from and just everything practicing would love to hear about that. so yeah. I hope things are great. And they've they've really requestion happy Okay thanks allie. And i will Keep on listening on the run by deb from delaware. I laughed when you were delaware. That's funny my mom went to the university of delaware delaware. While i was going to be like delaware comes up all the time in this house but that's not accurate. My mom is not running around being.

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"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Left. Don't make me feel alone here. Come into this ambi- apocalypse with me Yeah don't know if i'm gonna live or die. But i'll my list hi. Allie mining is eliza. I am a fitness instructor. As well as a general manager of a studio where. I live in maryland I was calling. Because i also newly pregnant. I'm on the tail. End of my first trimester and i'm so excited and looking forward to journey but i wanted to see if you had any advice on not falling victim to the comparison game in the first trimester has been pretty difficult for me and i feel like i find myself comparing my journey to others around me and i just can't seem to get unstuck from that. I also remember you talking of out the and how miserable that can get when you're pregnant And i really a girl. I i just wanted to be if you had any favorite sports bras or anything that need that a little bit more bearable on the run while Thanks so much for all you do. I love the podcast. And i look forward to hearing. Hi elissa this question. You totally caught me off guard. Because you said i'm pregnant too. And i was like wait. I'm not pregnant. But i think you meant your you said your career and then that you're also pregnant so just clarifying that both for myself and for anyone listening i am not pregnant. Elissa is pregnant. And congratulations that's very exciting. And i let me answer the easy part. The boobs yeah. Failure girlfriend like literally and out the lululemon and light bra. It is an investment. it is not cheap but it saved me during pregnancy and postpartum. It is a big reason. I was able to keep running through both. Because it's supportive and soft. And i was a huge fan so lululemon and light bra and all include a link to that in the show notes for anyone who's interested. It's my all time favorite. I have worn it in sizes from b to see to d- to double d t. So i own a lot of them and i can vouch for them. Lululemon ripe lululemon and light bra. What help you out. As for the comparison game. I totally get that to have obviously been there myself in various stages of life as i'm sure many people who are hearing these words have as well and i would say i i would ask you to whom are you comparing yourself. Is it your friends or is it people on instagram. Because fun little fact about instagram. It is not everything. It is a highlight reel. It is what people choose to share. I know it often feels like we think we know people we think we know everything about their lives and who they are and what they do and how they feel but we don't so if you're comparing yourself to people you don't actually know girl stops scrolling on follow. It doesn't mean those people are bad people it just me inside. It is not suiting. You right now to consume that stuff and i think that taking responsibility for what you're consuming if that's the case is really important. Also every pregnancy is so different and this period in your life does not define you. As a person it can be defining. You're gonna learn a lot about yourself throughout these nine and a half months and that's a good thing but what happens to you during this time and i mean that like surface level stuff right that if you're comparing to like oh i thought i'd be running throughout my entire pregnancy and you're feeling like a failure because you're not you're not a failure not everyone runs through their pregnancy. Some people run even though it doesn't feel good but they feel like they should like. We all have our own reasons motivations whatever and so i would say to look at what's going well for you right now and i know that that sounds a little bit fluffy but but truly if you're feeling frustrated by certain aspects of what you're feeling experiencing right now. I am a big proponent of trying to focus on the good and that is a blanket statement obviously. If what's going wrong feels pretty serious is bringing you down. My answer is always going to be especially during pregnancy and postpartum. Seek a trained and qualified professional to talk to. I say this as someone who has always been like therapy do therapy but only just a couple of weeks ago. Did i set up a weekly standing appointments for myself and my therapist and it is the greatest forty five minutes of my week. Where i it's just about me. And i talk with no filter if you're not doing that already. And if you feel like you need that outlet. I would really recommend it. And everything's over zoom now so you don't even have to go anywhere. It's great but i think that can help you. Especially in preparing for the postpartum period. It's really nice to have someone to talk to to have a totally self indulgent our where you can just get your thoughts run and you can talk about the comparison trap and you can talk about whatever's on your mind good stuff and challenging stuff so lewellen in summary lululemon and light bra. You're doing great congratulations. Stop scrolling close with the people close to you that you can confide in and trust and just vent to unfiltered and if you feel so inclined. Seek out someone to talk to because that can be super helpful. It doesn't mean anything is wrong with. You doesn't mean you're broken. It just means that sometimes it feels really good to talk to someone whose job is literally to listen and indulge you in that way. Congratulations super happy for you elissa alley. This is so exciting My nina seven and i live in delaware guest our. I know it sounds like anyway. My question is about podcasting. I would love to hear about. What made you decide to do podcasting. And how did you get into it. And where do you get all of your questions from and just everything practicing would love to hear about that. so yeah. I hope things are great. And they've they've really requestion happy Okay thanks allie. And i will Keep on listening on the run by deb from delaware. I laughed when you were delaware. That's funny my mom went to the university of delaware delaware. While i was going to be like delaware comes up all the time in this house but that's not accurate. My mom is not running around being.

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07:45 min | Last month

"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Very many things today. So if there were zombie apocalypse and all i had to save myself with my to-do list game over or would zombie see my list and be like let's leave her alone. She seems really stress in high maintenance. Let's go the other way. Hard to say. But i can't live without my to do list. I can't function without it. So i guess that says something about me. I know i'm not alone. I know i know for a fact several of you listening. Also have your to do list here left. Don't make me feel alone here. Come into this ambi- apocalypse with me Yeah don't know if i'm gonna live or die. But i'll my list hi. Allie mining is eliza. I am a fitness instructor. As well as a general manager of a studio where. I live in maryland I was calling. Because i also newly pregnant. I'm on the tail. End of my first trimester and i'm so excited and looking forward to journey but i wanted to see if you had any advice on not falling victim to the comparison game in the first trimester has been pretty difficult for me and i feel like i find myself comparing my journey to others around me and i just can't seem to get unstuck from that. I also remember you talking of out the and how miserable that can get when you're pregnant And i really a girl. I i just wanted to be if you had any favorite sports bras or anything that need that a little bit more bearable on the run while Thanks so much for all you do. I love the podcast. And i look forward to hearing. Hi elissa this question. You totally caught me off guard. Because you said i'm pregnant too. And i was like wait. I'm not pregnant. But i think you meant your you said your career and then that you're also pregnant so just clarifying that both for myself and for anyone listening i am not pregnant. Elissa is pregnant. And congratulations that's very exciting. And i let me answer the easy part. The boobs yeah. Failure girlfriend like literally and out the lululemon and light bra. It is an investment. it is not cheap but it saved me during pregnancy and postpartum. It is a big reason. I was able to keep running through both. Because it's supportive and soft. And i was a huge fan so lululemon and light bra and all include a link to that in the show notes for anyone who's interested. It's my all time favorite. I have worn it in sizes from b to see to d- to double d t. So i own a lot of them and i can vouch for them. Lululemon ripe lululemon and light bra. What help you out. As for the comparison game. I totally get that to have obviously been there myself in various stages of life as i'm sure many people who are hearing these words have as well and i would say i i would ask you to whom are you comparing yourself. Is it your friends or is it people on instagram. Because fun little fact about instagram. It is not everything. It is a highlight reel. It is what people choose to share. I know it often feels like we think we know people we think we know everything about their lives and who they are and what they do and how they feel but we don't so if you're comparing yourself to people you don't actually know girl stops scrolling on follow. It doesn't mean those people are bad people it just me inside. It is not suiting. You right now to consume that stuff and i think that taking responsibility for what you're consuming if that's the case is really important. Also every pregnancy is so different and this period in your life does not define you. As a person it can be defining. You're gonna learn a lot about yourself throughout these nine and a half months and that's a good thing but what happens to you during this time and i mean that like surface level stuff right that if you're comparing to like oh i thought i'd be running throughout my entire pregnancy and you're feeling like a failure because you're not you're not a failure not everyone runs through their pregnancy. Some people run even though it doesn't feel good but they feel like they should like. We all have our own reasons motivations whatever and so i would say to look at what's going well for you right now and i know that that sounds a little bit fluffy but but truly if you're feeling frustrated by certain aspects of what you're feeling experiencing right now. I am a big proponent of trying to focus on the good and that is a blanket statement obviously. If what's going wrong feels pretty serious is bringing you down. My answer is always going to be especially during pregnancy and postpartum. Seek a trained and qualified professional to talk to. I say this as someone who has always been like therapy do therapy but only just a couple of weeks ago. Did i set up a weekly standing appointments for myself and my therapist and it is the greatest forty five minutes of my week. Where i it's just about me. And i talk with no filter if you're not doing that already. And if you feel like you need that outlet. I would really recommend it. And everything's over zoom now so you don't even have to go anywhere. It's great but i think that can help you. Especially in preparing for the postpartum period. It's really nice to have someone to talk to to have a totally self indulgent our where you can just get your thoughts run and you can talk about the comparison trap and you can talk about whatever's on your mind good stuff and challenging stuff so lewellen in summary lululemon and light bra. You're doing great congratulations. Stop scrolling close with the people close to you that you can confide in and trust and just vent to unfiltered and if you feel so inclined. Seek out someone to talk to because that can be super helpful. It doesn't mean anything is wrong with. You doesn't mean you're broken. It just means that sometimes it feels really good to talk to someone whose job is literally to listen and indulge you in that way. Congratulations super happy for you elissa alley. This is so exciting My nina seven and i live in delaware guest our. I know it sounds like anyway. My question is about podcasting. I would love to hear about. What made you decide to do podcasting. And how did you get into it. And where do you get all of your questions from and just everything practicing would love to hear about that. so yeah. I hope things are great. And they've they've really requestion happy Okay thanks allie. And i will Keep on listening on the run by deb from delaware. I laughed when you were delaware. That's funny my mom went to the university of delaware delaware. While i was going to be like delaware comes up all the time in this house but that's not accurate. My mom is not running around being.

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"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Hi ali shelby. I am a student athlete from arkansas. And my question for you is if there was apocalypse right now an object to your last directly was the only thing that could save you. What is it and do you think you would live or die. 'cause like shelby. I love this question. And i would love to be like. Oh i have a sword next to me or even a cell phone but no the item directly to my left is my to do list. It is overwhelming. It is stressing me out. I've not checked off very many things today. So if there were zombie apocalypse and all i had to save myself with my to-do list game over or would zombie see my list and be like let's leave her alone. She seems really stress in high maintenance. Let's go the other way. Hard to say. But i can't live without my to do list. I can't function without it. So i guess that says something about me. I know i'm not alone. I know i know for a fact several of you listening. Also have your to do list here left. Don't make me feel alone here. Come into this ambi- apocalypse with me Yeah don't know if i'm gonna live or die. But i'll my list hi. Allie mining is eliza. I am a fitness instructor. As well as a general manager of a studio where. I live in maryland I was calling. Because i also newly pregnant. I'm on the tail. End of my first trimester and i'm so excited and looking forward to journey but i wanted to see if you had any advice on not falling victim to the comparison game in the first trimester has been pretty difficult for me and i feel like i find myself comparing my journey to others around me and i just can't seem to get unstuck from that. I also remember you talking of out the and how miserable that can get when you're pregnant And i really a girl. I i just wanted to be if you had any favorite sports bras or anything that need that a little bit more bearable on the run while Thanks so much for all you do. I love the podcast. And i look forward to hearing. Hi elissa this question. You totally caught me off guard. Because you said i'm pregnant too. And i was like wait. I'm not pregnant. But i think you meant your you said your career and then that you're also pregnant so just clarifying that both for myself and for anyone listening i am not pregnant. Elissa is pregnant. And congratulations that's very exciting. And i let me answer the easy part. The boobs yeah. Failure girlfriend like literally and out the lululemon and light bra. It is an investment. it is not cheap but it saved me during pregnancy and postpartum. It is a big reason. I was able to keep running through both. Because it's supportive and soft. And i was a huge fan so lululemon and light bra and all include a link to that in the show notes for anyone who's interested. It's my all time favorite. I have worn it in sizes from b to see to d- to double d t. So i own a lot of them and i can vouch for them. Lululemon ripe lululemon and light bra. What help you out. As for the comparison game. I totally get that to have obviously been there myself in various stages of life as i'm sure many people who are hearing these words have as well and i would say i i would ask you to whom are you comparing yourself. Is it your friends or is it people on instagram. Because fun little fact about instagram. It is not everything. It is a highlight reel. It is what people choose to share. I know it often feels like we think we know people we think we know everything about their lives and who they are and what they do and how they feel but we don't so if you're comparing yourself to people you don't actually know girl stops scrolling on follow. It doesn't mean those people are bad people it just me inside. It is not suiting. You right now to consume that stuff and i think that taking responsibility for what you're consuming if that's the case is really important. Also every pregnancy is so different and this period in your life does not define you. As a person it can be defining. You're gonna learn a lot about yourself throughout these nine and a half months and that's a good thing but what happens to you during this time and i mean that like surface level stuff right that if you're comparing to like oh i thought i'd be running throughout my entire pregnancy and you're feeling like a failure because you're not you're not a failure not everyone runs through their pregnancy. Some people run even though it doesn't feel good but they feel like they should like. We all have our own reasons motivations whatever and so i would say to look at what's going well for you right now and i know that that sounds a little bit fluffy but but truly if you're feeling frustrated by certain aspects of what you're feeling experiencing right now. I am a big proponent of trying to focus on the good and that is a blanket statement obviously. If what's going wrong feels pretty serious is bringing you down. My answer is always going to be especially during pregnancy and postpartum. Seek a trained and qualified professional to talk to. I say this as someone who has always been like therapy do therapy but only just a couple of weeks ago. Did i set up a weekly standing appointments for myself and my therapist and it is the greatest forty five minutes of my week. Where i it's just about me. And i talk with no filter if you're not doing that already. And if you feel like you need that outlet. I would really recommend it. And everything's over zoom now so you don't even have to go anywhere. It's great but i think that can help you. Especially in preparing for the postpartum period. It's really nice to have someone to talk to to have a totally self indulgent our where you can just get your thoughts run and you can talk about the comparison trap and you can talk about whatever's on your mind good stuff and challenging stuff so lewellen in summary lululemon and light bra. You're doing great congratulations. Stop scrolling close with the people close to you that you can confide in and trust and just vent to unfiltered and if you feel so inclined. Seek out someone to talk to because that can be super helpful. It doesn't mean anything is wrong with. You doesn't mean you're broken. It just means that sometimes it feels really good to talk to someone whose job is literally to listen and indulge you in that way. Congratulations super happy for you elissa alley. This is so exciting My nina seven and i live in delaware guest our. I know it sounds like anyway. My question is about podcasting. I would love to hear about. What made you decide to do podcasting. And how did you get into it. And where do you get all of your questions from and just everything practicing would love to hear about that. so yeah. I hope things are great. And they've they've really requestion happy Okay thanks allie. And i will Keep on listening on the run by deb from delaware. I laughed when you were delaware. That's funny my mom went to the university of delaware delaware. While i was going to be like delaware comes up all the time in this house but that's not accurate. My mom is not running around being.

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"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

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"ali" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"So that's kind of like the blanket statement, you could really get into nitty gritty with individual folks but I think to keep it at the thirty thousand foot level that can apply to everyone from.