35 Burst results for "Adrenaline"

Inaction in Uvalde: Did the Police Fail the 19 Children?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | Last month

Inaction in Uvalde: Did the Police Fail the 19 Children?

"What has happening in uvalde Texas. Now, these reports as they come out, they are usually inaccurate. The rule of kind of breaking news is that it's more likely to be wrong early than right early. But as the as time goes on, usually accuracy starts to improve. So there is a new report out that is shocking and it starts to make sense as to how this evil individual was able to kill so many people and why a border tactical person had to intervene. Now before going further, I want to say police officers are heroes. They're wonderful. But like any profession, there are cowards, and there are bad police officers, bad teachers, there's bad everything. We've said this all along. We do not indict an entire profession. However, there is a theme that seems to happen whenever things start to get very chaotic and very consequential, whether it be Columbine or Parkland, there is a theme of the bystander syndrome. Now you can learn a lot about somebody when shots started to get firing with shots were firing. When the adrenaline starts to pump, unfortunately, a vast majority of people stand and do nothing. It is the rare and the courageous person that springs into action and defends the innocent. A new report is so beyond shocking it will take your breath away. Texas shooter barricaded himself for 40 minutes as police waited. The shooter had killed 19 children and two teachers at rob elementary school meeting from breitbart dot com and Yuval day Texas on Tuesday reportedly barricaded himself inside as police waited outside. For 40 minutes.

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Kurt Schlichter and Jim Hanson Discuss the Laws of War

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:08 min | 2 months ago

Kurt Schlichter and Jim Hanson Discuss the Laws of War

"Let's get serious ish. I was in here in Dennis prager occupied this studio beforehand, because I'm in Los Angeles. And he said to me, Kurt, this stuff about the rapes of Ukrainians by Russian troops. Do you believe in? And I said, I absolutely believe it. We not only have the history after World War II, but we don't have a non commission officer corps on the ground to manage these guys. The one of the most important things that frontline leaders do with soldiers, it's young men hyped up on adrenaline with guns, you've got to control them and direct their violence in a reasonable and useful manner. Isn't that correct? It's a 100% true. I mean, you tell them, okay, first, we're going to go out and we're going to start killing people. But there's a whole bunch, a bunch of rules about this. You can't just do it indiscriminately. And it's amazing. I taught a lot of classes over the years and a number of countries about the laws of land warfare. And you got a lot of links. A lot of people going, wait, what? Okay, my favorite one, the Philippines. We're teaching a bunch of Philippine scout rangers and I'm telling them how to talk to them. When you're going to look for insurgents in a village, how do you make sure you go in and do it? What do you do? They said, well, we citing the machine guns here and we form an L shape. They had a good infantry plan, and they said, and then we just shoot the machine guns through all the buildings, go and count the bodies and issue a press release. We killed 22 insurgents. And I'm like, yeah. That's the technique. Okay, that seems seems a little broad. Maybe we can narrow and focus. Well, I had to convince them that, hey, maybe you keep one alive to interrogate. And they're like, yeah, we could use we could do that. Car battery and hook it up to his. And this isn't what I had in mind at all. It was a challenge, but that mentality does not exist across most militaries in the world. And so both the Russians and Ukrainians have committed a number of war crimes that are documented on

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"adrenaline" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

05:52 min | 5 months ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"From Justin 40 in Texas. Hi doctor Emily, my girlfriend and I have an almost two year old now, and the first several months of our relationship, prior to her getting pregnant, we were having frequent random intercourse and oral sessions mostly initiated by her which was amazing. Once she got pregnant, and even now, she still breastfeeding, which I know can impact libido. Her drive has not been anywhere close to where it was. It went from four times per week to once a month, maybe, and she hardly ever initiates. There was a period of time where it was uncomfortable for her to have sex, and that has slowly gotten better, but now she feels like it's more of a job to her instead of something organic. She truly enjoys, and she doesn't want to disappoint me when she says, no. What can we do to try to get back to more frequent sex and even her initiating from time to time, even if it just one time per week? All right, Justin. For two years now, you've been experienced sex way less frequently. It sounds like you understand that having a baby is going to have an impact on it and just not where you want it to be. And you want the four times a week and you want to initiate. I understand all of that. What I wish is that when that first conversation, like that exciting conversation with our doctor when we say we're having a baby, that after the doctor says congratulations, he says something like, okay, here's what you need to know about your sex life. Your sexual desire is gonna fluctuate throughout your pregnancy, you know, the next 9 months, some women say the third trimester, they're like extra spicy and they want more sex, some not so much, but after you have the baby, it might take a year or so until you're both feeling sexual again. Oh, and don't expect random acts of oral, my wonderful patience. At all. The first 6 months. In fact, maybe longer than that. Maybe for a year. Because now you have a baby and your baby's mom is breastfeeding. She's literally responsible for its life. On a moment to moment basis, and your adorable beloved baby is hanging off her 24/7. So it's hard for the mom to so you know this to go to the bathroom to shower to eat, call her bomb back, so when you walk in the door from wherever you are, she's not thinking how tasty would be to go down in you, she's wondering if you have snacks. She's wondering if you can hold the baby for a second. Whilst she does something like empty the dishwasher, you know, or nap, because she probably hasn't slept in days. I mean, all this to say, the most important thing for a partner to someone who has given birth and whose breastfeeding and taking care of a child is to have a lot of compassion. And a lot of empathy. And to bring it back to the topic of today's show, putting a lot of time into understanding your partner's desire language. Like, what does she need to feel most in her body? What does she need to feel relaxed? Closer to her pleasure rather than further away from it. What really turns her on. Like, not just when you go down on her. What are the steps before the steps before the steps? What's her love language? And maybe she wants acts of service, so maybe you're making the bed and watching the baby so she can exercise or walk outside or help around the house. I mean, maybe you already do this. I'm just giving an example here. Maybe that's her foreplay. Or maybe she really likes touch and she would love if you drew her bath and you helped her suds up and you gave her a massage afterwards. So once you figure out what she needs to get her nervous system calm, so she's not in fight or flight and caring for the baby so she can just go ha. I feel really good in my body. She might get that inkling of desire back so you can both continue to fan that flame of connection that you once had. I don't believe that your connection is gone, it's rather, how can you both better understand each other now as parents, two years in when you're entire life where you could have sex four times a week where you could have random acts of oral, all these things, it's a longer the case. And since again, we don't understand our desire cycles. We don't know what actually gets us in the mood for sex. And furthermore, we don't want to talk about it with fear of shaming ourselves, shaming our partners. We don't know what to say, and then we're mute. And then that doesn't bode well for any relationship. And that's why I do the show. That's why we're all in this together. So I would reel back I would slow down a little bit Justin and just on your next date night, which can I just give this a shot out here for date night? It is so important for couples to have non negotiable date night, where it's literally like just as important as your baby's first doctor's appointment. It's as important as your doctor's appointment. It's important as Thanksgiving. And this is not just me. There are so many studies that show that couples who have a non negotiable date night. Every single week, not once a month, not when you remember, not when you feel like it because you won't ever feel like it. And it's without the kids, they set rules around it. Maybe they'd leave their phones in the car, they're not allowed to talk about their kids. They're not talking about work, and it's just about the two of you, because remember, your relationship, as a couple, it requires nurturing. It requires an intense focus on the health of your Bond. And the health of your relationship. It requires commitment to your relationship to saying, we're going to be such better parents. We're going to be better at our jobs. We're going to be better everything if we make sure that our relationship is healthy. So I recommend that next time you guys are on date night, you say to her husband going is there anything you need from me? How can I help you? How can I make you feel most in your body? You know, I don't want to pressure you at all. You know, are you guys have been together a while? Let's just open up the conversation, get curious, you're not going to solve it in one date night. But you know, I think, again, this is just about the spirit of this show of getting couples both to be on board committed and contributing equal parts to the health of your relationship and your sex life. All right, Dustin, thank you so much for email and best of luck to you. Let me know how it goes, keep me posted. This is from Matt 35 in Michigan..

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"adrenaline" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

04:26 min | 5 months ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"So it is a practice to also say, tell me more about never wanting to talk about sex. Tell me more sweetie about never wanting to have sex. Because then you get to listen. She's like, well, I don't really mean I don't ever want to have sex, but it's the way you bring it up makes me feel bad about myself. I mean, think about it. Typically the reason why we get so defensive is because it makes us feel bad. Nobody wants to be defensive. But it's because someone triggered something at us and we feel insecure. So that's why we have to listen and go, okay. Tell me more about that. Should we also practice that right now? Now, I'm also going to say if she says to you, I hear what you're saying, I do not want to talk about sex. I don't want to invest in it. If I never attacked for the rest of my life, I'd be okay. And you just have to deal with that. Well, then we have something else to talk about. Because I would say your partner can't just opt out of sex. That's part of the commitment is that you're going to be connected intimately. And you know, I don't just define sex as penetration. I define sex as intimacy, holding hands, kissing, touching. There's a lot of things, but for her to say, nope. I'm not going to work on our sex life, is essentially saying I don't really care about our relationship. And I'm just going to just coast along here. So anyway, I don't think you're there yet. Let's practice the conversation. Practice listening Keith and Kimi posted and let me know how it goes. This is from Nicky 26 in Florida. Hey doctor Emily, so I consider myself to be a pretty sexual person. For the most part, I've always had good consistent and connected sex with my partners. I was dating this guy for about a year. For the first three months, the sex was good but not great, it may be once a week which was very little for me. I tried to connect with him and get him to open up, but that just made him put a bigger wall up which led to less frequent disconnected sex. He would rarely ever compliment me. Make me feel wanted or initiate sex, which inevitably made me feel undesirable. Among other reasons, I broke up with him, but I'm starting to worry that it is in his insecurities and mindset unsex have brought me down. I'm ready to move on and go back to being my sexual self, exploring and growing. I've been putting myself out there, but I wanted to ask your advice on what I could do to better myself and get myself back to feeling sexual and desired. If it was great to flirt, go on dates, but I want to do something for me that doesn't feel like I'm just filling a void that I was missing in my past relationship. I just don't want to turn this into me seeking out validation from other people. I masturbate regularly, but is there something else I can do to help bring out the sexual side of me that I feel like I've been pushing down? Thank you so much for everything you do. You really help me so much. All right, Nikki, I really appreciate your question here. It sounds like you are just really evolved and working on yourself and you know that that's just not how you want to feel in a relationship. And so you're putting yourself out there, but then you also know yourself well enough to know, am I feeling a void? You know, I don't want to just go on autopilot and just start sleeping people to fill me up. And again, that's a very evolved emotionally intelligent way of describe the situation. So I'm not worried about you at all Nikki, just saying. So first, here's a few tips I just want to remind you that you are not the words that your ex said to you. So let's just separate that for a minute. A lot of times we just hear voices in our head, it could be from our parents, it could be from our exes. It could be from our bosses. It could be from our Friends. And we somehow commingle that with our character and who we are. Like, someone shamed you about something and someone's made you feel bad and then all of a sudden we make it like it's true. But your past issues with him were more about his problems in his challenges than yours. He essentially wasn't having sex at the rate that you wanted. He was disconnected. He didn't compliment you. He didn't make you feel wanted or in a shade sex. And all those things made you feel undesirable. And I'm not even saying that he's a bad guy, but what we've learned about you here Nikki is that you actually need to be with somebody who makes you feel cherished, who adores you, who communicates, who shares your love language, it sounds like it's words. It sounds like you need someone to touch you and make you feel good and there is no shame in that. So you're not even going to be attracted to someone going forward and you just do any of those things because I can tell. I feel you Nicky. That kind of guy who's like, take it or leave it. Maybe I'll have sex with you. Maybe I won't. You'll deal with that for like three minutes in a future relationship just so you know. So you're gonna have much better focus now, moving forward to meet healthier partners who are going to make you feel good..

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"adrenaline" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

05:38 min | 5 months ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"But I'm going to be honest with you, sometimes arousal is a little indirect. It's not always just like throwing some lingerie light a candle and let the sex begin poof we're excited. Often, we have to work with our own brain chemistry beforehand to create an aroused state of mind. So we can actually ground in the moment and be turned on. Only then can you use that energy with your partner to have the heart pumping sex, you all crave. And I know you do. So before we get into your questions, I want to break down sexy Bonnie activities along three themes. Trust titillate and touch. Let's do this. So number one, we have bonding activities centered on the idea of trust. This is where you're going to have to get a little bit vulnerable. You're stepping out of your comfort zones and in so doing your witnessing a new side of each other. Let me give you some specific examples. You're going out to dinner with your partner and you take one of those question card games along with you, like Esther perls, where should we begin? Or like Serena Kerrigan's card deck, let's date. Both these women, by the way, our friends on the podcast. So here's some example questions, and you'll see what I'm talking about. What's one thing you've wanted to say to me, but haven't yet. Or, if you are a soup, what kind of soup would you be? See, these aren't all such tough questions. They're just fun questions to get the conversation started. So you can make these games as deep or lighthearted as you want. But the point is you're sharing your opening up. And for a lot of us, that's exactly what we need to feel turned on. Think about we see things like I don't feel connected to you, and I don't feel like you see me and I feel like all we're doing is talking about work or the kids. It could just be a fun card game like this that makes you feel turned on and connected, but you need to have these conversations to get there. But you can also try something equally vulnerable. And in my opinion, super brave, like karaoke. Okay, think about it. When you step up to the microphone, you're probably a little bit nervous, unless you're already professional singer, in which case congrats. I would love to come back as a singer and my next life. But that adrenaline is gonna start pumping a bit. And that's precisely what we're trying to generate for arousal. Now, speaking of adrenaline, we're about to get into some more adventure date ideas. But I also want to say here that you don't need to feel pressure to do something that's truly uncomfortable for you. In the name of arousal, if karaoke sounds like a shame trap for you, skip it. Try to trust base date idea that lands just a bit on your comfort's edge and you'll reap the same benefits. All right, moving on. Let's talk titillating, bonding activities. Okay, these are your adventure dates, your fitness activities. Anything that gets you moving. And here I just want to read you a few sentences from Emily nagoski amazing book come as you are. I recommend it to everyone. Do whatever excites you. Whatever literally gets your heart beating faster. You'll experience general arousal and your brain will notice your level of excitement. Notice the person you're with and decide, hey, I guess this person is really exciting. So think physical excitement here. Rock climbing, hiking, going to a yoga class, ziplining, axe throwing, all of it. Even something as simple as going on a walk or run together. Point is, we're using our nervous system and an intelligent way by juicing ourselves with just the right amount of adrenaline, which by the way is also released during sex. So when you have an adventure together, you're not only going to give yourself something to talk about on the way home, but you're flushed with that exercise high. And you could use that for sex, especially since your brain is associated activity with the person who joined you. You feel me? It's like foreplay. It is foreplay. I mean, how many movies have you seen where someone's hanging off a cliff? And the hero pulled them to safety in the next thing you know they're making out. Same logic. All right, finally, the last one number three touch bonding. Oh, I love this one. Well, these are your more sensual, intimate dates. Based on skin contact. Now, hugging another forms of non sexual touch, cause your brain to release oxytocin, the bonding hormone. And that's perfectly fine. Beautiful even. But again, because we're talking about arousal, looking for touch based activities that get you a bit excited. In addition to adrenaline though, we're also interested in activities that promote serotonin. One of the first chemicals that get released in the sexual response cycle. So a few proven touch activities that release serotonin include. Massage, love a massage. Going dancing together, even something slow and sensual like yin yoga done with a partner. But we can also take these ideas directly into the bedroom, and fire up your nervous system when we mix it with a bit of psychology. All right, bondage, for example. Okay, you're tied up or you're feeling the restraints, maybe even eye mask on, and you can feel that too. You feel it on your eyelids. You can feel that, you know, that you can't see. There's one sentence taken away. But your focus is sharpened. Because we take away one sense, your body's focused on the physical sensations, so you're not looking around the room because your eyes are closed. Your eyes are covered. And maybe you're getting a rouse precisely because you're not.

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Press Conference Offers No Course Correction for Joe Biden

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:13 min | 5 months ago

Press Conference Offers No Course Correction for Joe Biden

"Press conference yesterday. I read The New York Times so you don't have to. I also have The Wall Street Journal here, which The Wall Street Journal does a nice job and definitely in comparison to The New York Times. Wall Street Journal is not perfect, but they are very thoughtful. And you'd think after a president who has like a 35 to 40% approval rating does a two hour press conference, that would be the lead story. Instead, both The New York Times The Wall Street Journal, they mention it briefly with a big takeaway with some of the blunders in some of the fumbles from that press conference. In addition, a massive failure legislatively in the United States Senate which we're going to get to. I think if you were to kind of go into the strategy session of Ron klain, who's the chief of staff to Joe Biden to Jill Biden, who is the wife of Joe Biden. Oh, I'm sorry, doctor Jill Biden. I'm so sorry. That's right. Never mean any offense to the woman who has a PhD in education. It's a doctor. She worked very hard for that. Doctor Jill Biden, Joe Biden, Jen Psaki, and all the kind of group of unimpressive people running our country, I think that they had a strategy meeting. And I think the force of gravity against the Biden regime is finally starting to be felt. I think finally all of a sudden they're starting to realize that they're losing on the Fauci virus. They're losing on the economy inflation is a real thing. They can't get their legislative agenda passed. They're not going to get their voting deform act, not voting reform, but the deformation. Of voting. And the borders are wide open, internationally. They've been a complete and total joke mockery and disaster. So I think in their strategy meeting they said, okay, people say that Joe Biden's mental decline is impacting his ability to govern, let's shoot Joe up with whatever sort of kind of adrenaline that is necessary and deploy him out there. I think the point was to try to show that Joe Biden was going to go over the top long to try to win kudos and praise from the establishment media. This is

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"adrenaline" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:09 min | 8 months ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Work and was in a heightened state of adrenaline for 12 to 16 hours straight I think I can take a toll Before the pandemic I kept having nights where I would have one beer and I would wake up the next day with this horrible hangover and I was like geez I'm 28 am I really getting that old I stopped drinking entirely pretty early in the pandemic and a couple months in I did a couple of private events cooking was kind of like back in restaurant mode for like three or four days straight The day after this event I woke up and I had that same feeling and I realized that wasn't a hangover That's just That's just the exhaustion that comes from not blinking for four days straight When I first started cooking part of the reason that I was attracted to it was because it was such an intense almost militaristic environment I kind of thought I'm gonna put myself through the wringer and I'm gonna be a stronger person for it And I had this realization after I was able to take some space away from it that difficult experiences don't always make you better Sometimes they make you worse You know I think that they're for the most part are a lot of really good people who are still working really hard and I might have a little bit of survivor's guilt about leaving I really do care about the restaurant industry and I view those people as my peers still And I really want things to change I think that I had to just make a calculation for myself about whether or not I wanted to be a part of that or whether or not I just wanted to kind of duck out and take care of myself and also just have another chapter in my life Nicholas van Eyck of Portland Oregon And letter today on all things considered Colorado suffered its two largest wildfires ever last year Now researchers are studying how portions of some forests were spared thanks to the work of.

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Schadenfreude: A German Word for a Poker Pitfall

Poker With Presence

03:10 min | 10 months ago

Schadenfreude: A German Word for a Poker Pitfall

"I'm jason sue. This is polka with presents. So today i wanna talk about a trap that you can fall into very easily in poker and in life if you allow yourself to start getting out of presents for too long and the term that i'm going to talk about today's called schadenfreude which is a german word for taking pleasure at the sight of someone else's pain and so this plays out in poker all the time where maybe you're grinding your grinding. You're trying to play well. Nothing good as happening for you. And so what you end up doing is taking great pleasure at the misfortune of somebody else. And maybe that other person is somebody who you don't like we don't get along with maybe they've just beaten you out of a whole lot of pots or maybe you just don't respect who they are as poker player and you know that they don't work as hard as you. They don't know as much as you. And why do they always get to win. And any of these things can lead you to a point where you take great pleasure at seeing them. Lose a big pot and this might feel good for an instant. It might feel really nice and satisfying for a few minutes. But i can assure you that it does not last and it's no way to fuel yourself into your own highest states performance. The reason why is because there is no actual connection between your mind and your nervous system. There is no increase of presence from taking joy in someone else's defeat. All you're doing is taking your attention off of your own misery and your own discomfort for few short minutes but when you come back to yourself what you're going to find is that that whole is even larger. You're even emptier. You're feeling more miserable than you were before you got hit of adrenaline that hit of satisfaction from seeing somebody else go down in flames and so it's so easy to tear everything down around you and so much more difficult but also more satisfying to build up something of your own. If you look at the internet world these days you'll see all sorts of people who every time anybody is putting themselves out there anytime. People are putting their work out into the world. There's always going to be a small amount of people who just hate it people who say oh. This is terrible. This is awful. This is the stupidest thing. I've ever seen and people who do that. They feel good about themselves for maybe a minute but then after that they feel empty again and all they feel is that hatred of themselves of their own misery of their own lives and the reason why they are lashing out at so many things on the internet is because they've got nothing going on inside themselves in that stretch of time so if you catch yourself at the table taking great joy in seeing the misery of others take it as a sign that in that moment. What you've lost is any sort of connection to yourself. What you've lost is the ability to fuel yourself to motivate yourself to go to your own personal highest places

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Soler, Riley Back Anderson With HRs, Braves Romp Over Giants

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

Soler, Riley Back Anderson With HRs, Braves Romp Over Giants

"We have an array of sitting machine was in overdrive and Ian Anderson returned from rehab with a solid pitching performance as the Braves wallop the San Francisco Giants nine nothing Atlanta won two of three games in this battle of division leaders the Braves had three home runs Austin Riley had a two run shot and Jorge Soler and how's the Albies had solo home runs Anderson who went five and two thirds said this about his performance I feel great it felt you know I felt normal you know being out there and you know patch in front of the the fans and kind of get that adrenaline rush back it felt really good Eddie Rosario had a two run triple threat Lana Anthony DeSclafani suffered the defeat for the giants Gary McPhillips Atlanta

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How to Breathe Life Into Your Presentations

The Speaker Station Podcast

01:54 min | 11 months ago

How to Breathe Life Into Your Presentations

"Have you ever been in a car singing along with your favourite singer. Only to run out of breath that she continues to hold a note for a seemingly impossibly longtime. How do they do that. They learn to breathe. You see we don't have to think about breathing so we usually don't awake or asleep relaxed exercising. We breathe like many things that are essential to your body. It just happens but breathing is different from many other actions. your body requires to function. Breathing is one of the few bodily functions that can be controlled both unconsciously in consciously and amazing. Things can happen when you control your breathing at the conscious level. You already know this if you've been coached in singing. Playing a wind instrument spots meditation yoga childbirth or numerous other activities with a particular breathing patterns. Help but how can breathing consciously lp when speaking in public while. Sit back and breathe as a cover several of the benefits when you get stressed or excited and depending on your viewpoint your brain considers public speaking to be stressful or exciting. Will many things can happen. I your brain signals your adrenal glands to release journal and into your bloodstream and then a whole host of things happen to your body. You heartbeats faster you're breathing gets faster. Your blood pressure increases. You begin to sweat you feel a sense of nervousness. Your senses heightened your ability to feel pain decreases and your strength increases. This series of reactions is commonly known as an adrenaline rush. I'm sure you've experienced this and you might now be thinking yes and i it. How do i make it stop. You don't wanna make it

The Haunted History of Casa Loma

Haunted Places

01:50 min | 1 year ago

The Haunted History of Casa Loma

"Tenor sunk is mop into the bucket of soapy water and slapped off to the hardwood. There was a lot of floor at castle. Aloma thousands of square feet of it. The place had dozens of rooms with. Wall-to-wall would lush red velvet furniture and our nate chandeliers. And it was tanner's job to make it spotless. He side weekends cleaning and old tourist. Hotspot wasn't exactly the most fun job but at least it gave him some cash and he was saving up for something. He couldn't stop thinking about a drum set. Tanner tapped out a beat. On the panel in lived for percussion he spent most of his time drumming out new rhythms or listening to imaginary solos. Crashing has had his obsession got yelled at at school for not paying attention but he found something he loved. Why should we give it everything he had. He stopped drumming for a moment to dip them up back in the bucket but tapping continued. Kenner looked around the room. Trying to find the source he finally craig's next appeared directly behind him his stomach drawn a woman was tapping your fingers rhythmically on the wall glaring tanner. His blood went cold. This was no tourist. Her cheeks restrict with tears. Enter white dress was soaked through with blood adrenaline rush through tenders fans. He dropped the mom but before he could run. She reached out and grabbed his arm but tapping sound grew louder and louder until he felt like a skull would burst. She leaned forward her voice in bishops. Whisper and told tanner to get out of her house.

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Why You Think You're Right -- Even if You're Wrong

TED Talks Daily

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Why You Think You're Right -- Even if You're Wrong

"So i'd like you to imagine for a moment that you are a soldier in the heat of battle. Maybe you're a roman foot soldier or a medieval archer or maybe you're zulu warrior regardless of your time and place. There's some things that are constant. your adrenaline is elevated. And your actions are stemming from these deeply ingrained reflexes reflects his rooted in a need to protect yourself and your side and to defeat the enemy. So now i'd like you to imagine playing a very different role that of the scout so the scouts job is not to attack or defend. The scouts job is to understand. The scout is the one going out. Mapping the terrain identifying potential obstacles and the scout may hope to learn that. Say there's a bridge in a convenient location across the river. But above all the scott wants to know what's really there as accurately as possible and in a real actual army both the soldier in the scouter essential but you can also think of each of these roles as a mindset a metaphor for how all of us process information and ideas in our daily lives. And what. I'm going to argue today. Is that having good judgments making accurate predictions. Making good decisions is mostly about which mindset. You're in so. I'm going to take you back to nineteenth century france where innocuous looking piece of paper launched one of the biggest political scandals in history. It was discovered in eighteen. Ninety four by officers in the french general staff and it was torn up in a wastepaper basket but when they piece it back together they discovered that someone in their ranks had been selling military secrets to germany so they launched a big investigation and there are suspicions quickly converged on albert dreyfuss.

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Training a Competitive Mindset

Live Your Own Fit Podcast

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Training a Competitive Mindset

"You trained all the time with an aggressive mindset we that feeling of of really gonna sock myself op. Slapped myself on the face get really worked up. And then that's how i get. My energy levels up. Perception of energy up is to get that level of aggression and adrenaline and quotas all and all of that up. I'm gonna have a few shots of coffee. I'm gonna a swig of sugar. And then i'll be ready to train so you think about what you're training your body to do that is to utilize those hormones constantly for energy for perception of energy and for energy itself and thus months have to come from some way and i come from a place of nutrients. Your body is made of vitamins minerals. Fats and proteins. So anytime you're doing something. You require nutrients to do that Activity whatever it is you want to do. And so you're using these resources so pint tolerance for example. That's a whole mind. Let's say you've got adrenaline being pumped out. Adrenaline does a lot of things to the body. Which not only exhaust the adrenaline stores exhaust stores of those other responses that it is instigating and this flow on effect of yes you can get the work don being in a state of fight or flight and you can get the work done being a state of anger and aggressiveness. But it doesn't last as long as if you're in the state of bank calm and present and quite happy. You could say you're going to be able to perform as well for much much longer than he relied solely on that otherwise so the point of this is to say we want to train full. What we're doing the majority of the event that training for so. I wouldn't be telling you signed bolt to train all right basically you know. It's a very different system that hayes training however the monster that he tries with and the way that you can see him so relaxed in a rice. He is training his mind. Set all of the time and you know it you can say it say relaxed when he's sprinting. He's training that all the

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"adrenaline" Discussed on Lifeslices

Lifeslices

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on Lifeslices

"When i learned to fly i was afraid to solo and my instructor told called the tower for permission to take off on. When you get that call you go. This is a plane coming in behind you match took off so might have russillo five with tears run on my face so they're hurdle so you need to overcome to be able to accomplish what you want and by the same token if you're not comfortable doing them you've got to say this isn't for me when i was climbing up the bungee steps Gave myself permission to turn around. Go back now. i didn't but if i did that's ok. Some people get their thrills on reading a great book and that's fine for them. Where can people find out more about you. A your website is teaching dot com. Peach dot com. It's huge it's twenty five years old. You can search any destination possible. And if i've written about it's there and i've written. I think that i've written ten bucks. My most recent one being inclusive is not fishing Just diving inclusive of all my dentures. And it's called sleeping around for very good reason if he were shark or venture you into the bottomless on amazon. Assuming around got right up there at the top. I can imagine although people might think they're getting something completely different right exactly. Oh mary thank you so much. I appreciate your time and much luck and success in fun on all your upcoming adventures if you enjoyed this program. Some scribe and like us on social media and wherever you get your favorite podcasts. Light slices is produced by beatnik. Ravens productions observed music courtesy of festively and studios..

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"adrenaline" Discussed on Lifeslices

Lifeslices

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on Lifeslices

"Kids are so proud of me. There aren't too many mothers like me. We'll do they worry every time you go off on a on a trip somewhere. They don't tell me. Although i noticed the last trip a week ago we were fishing. The snake river during mud season. Which is the nicest time year. Wouldn't recommend it and we noticed that they called a few times and usually we don't hear from a lesser commuting back and forth to work and they've got some free time on their now. Let's go back to the list of things you have achieved you kayaked in candidate and when i i read that i thought okay. That's not that big a deal canada's the kayaking capital of the world. What made your kayaking trip Challenging i don't remember being challenging. It was just pleasant. Where where did you go kayaking. Kayaking's number are you referring to johnson straight with the arcus diagnose. No it didn't. Oh but that sounds nice. So how close did you get to the orcas us close. It did not consumer but they were around us and that was a real thrill both orcas in humpbacks. That sounds exciting and you. You poked around coral reefs all over the world of all over the world today. Anything poke back on. I've been stunned by pretty serious jellyfish. Once in micronesia can back to the boat. I wish it was a shark. Dive a very world-famous jar Corner corner in lau. Hey told them. I thought i've been stung on the underarm by john fish and they said you having trouble breathing and that's scary. It must have been a tiny brush because they do have some deadly jellyfish over there and it took six weeks to recover when i got home. I called the arizona was poison control. I said what happened jim. You and your kind you life nice. It allows hobbling of box. Jelly which is not the most dangerous giant world immune only maybe an inch long but has got long tentacles blue ring octopus which became after my challenge of finding the whale shark around the world. I started looking for blue rings which be most poisonous Critter in the sea and there are there all Finger size mostly seen at night. You flashers lash out on your blue shah their blue circle start flashing at you. You're not very mobile. They don't have very big mouths at the time. I wrote a book on the completed. A guy to sharks result a record of one one by and that was a little girl whose dad was doing research on and she stuck her finger in his bucket. Why would you go looking for something like that. That just sounds like something. You'd look. Stay away from it. Because so few people see them. When i talk about the ring. I mean no one's ever. No one knows what i'm talking about our wish i could show you an image of one right now. I mean they're really beautiful critters. And when i saw the movie get the word. You know my octopus movie. My octopus teacher was thrilled. I was thrilled but new. You're going from thumb-sized Arm size and have you had encounters with octopuses or occupy a lots of octopus..

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"adrenaline" Discussed on Lifeslices

Lifeslices

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on Lifeslices

"The two of us am to bicycles but the roy was under construction. We had no idea how far Finally halted disand gravel truck and they lifted our bicycles up. And i got into the cab. Which was very ornate fringe and all brocade guy drove off. I had no money. Had no husband. Didn't know where we're going. And i just hoped that we would meet again pretty soon. I heard this this driver dig ling with somebody else. I thought you know. Maybe he's writing tandem with another trump and they'll drop us off together. Which is what was happening. It was it was kinda scary. I guess that you have had a lot of scary incidents in the items that you have engaged in over the years when you call yourself. An an adrenalin junky. I want you to describe the feeling that you get when you go on these adventures. I i'm not sure how you describe drought Your harvest pounding. You're into more cer- morphing. You're just loving feeling whether jumping out of an airplane or off a tower or my probably my most popular thing that people identify me with this. I was a very rarely recreational. Sharp diver in recreational shark diving aren't necessarily compatible terminology under website. It said you chased an were chased by sharks. That's true in fact. One of my last experiences. I was charged by notion White tip which is not friendly type. Shar is not someone you want to be in the water with came at me at a hundred miles an hour. An my buddy was looking into this. Little microscopic shrimp that. I couldn't see with a magnifying glass. South tiny was and so he was looking out. I saw the shark coming in. He looked up. We're just paralyzed and the shark. It was like a bear. False charge in new york has also happened sharp kit swimming one hundred miles an hour news gone so we just kept on diving so it just avoided you. Just i think we we were very very remote in the banda sea in. I think maybe he had never seen diarist before. Realize we weren't his kinda meal he just took off. Well yes i can. I can see your adrenalin would be pumping with that. How old were you when you first dove out of a plane fifty fifty and you were you by yourself was the one of those tandem dives no tandem guy stress to break your fall guy down. What didn't exactly happen that way. I mean a guy landed right on top of neela The oh how were you injured. Now have just got up. Brush yourself off and went on to the next thing. that's right. Keep on truckin ninety three drinks to get on a plane so jumping out of it is not my idea of fun as a pilot. I teach fear flying classes and have done so for some of my friends. How old were you when you took up flying. i would say i get. Everything started everything in my thirties. I family including my brother afraid of our shadows so i i did not saying genetic pool as the rest of the family. Were you notified that you were adopted in any point. No and i've and i've never done. I've never checked. Well i'm i'm going to mention a few things that are on your website and i want you to tell me about those experiences. Said you bungee jumped off a very high bridge in australia. Which bridge was it. Where in australia wasn't and how high was a cans australia. It was a j hackett ridge Founder of bungee jumping following the the natives of banner wacho who used to jump off cliffs with using binds around there. So i felt like i was going with the expert and i gave myself permission to chicken out because i kind of pull these leg up ten stories high and the gal front of meat chickened out so that will create a delay..

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"adrenaline" Discussed on Lifeslices

Lifeslices

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on Lifeslices

"Welcome mary peach to life slices. Scrapie with you. Stephen looking forward to an afternoon of adventure. So i'm going to start with. I hope an easy question. Who is mary peach in. I think may patient might be in an adrenaline junkie is getting more and more gray is years pass and i ask a. This is usually a rude question. But may i ask how old you are. I just turned big eight. Oh wow i know scary. You're and you're still junk applying out there and what inspired you to be. We'll we'll we'll change it to a better title. We'll call you an adventure. What what Inspired you to be an adventure. I don't have it in my. Jane says for sure i'd like to give credit to my husband who i mean. My first bicycle and i got road. Five hundred miles across the state of arizona Bobby miscued ear. And i flew around the world chasing wash sharks for twenty years. Fishing became our family sport. But i also like sport fishing oceans sport fishing so i give him a lot of credit. He's the cpa and he six months a year and i traveled. That's very nice. You did he go with you at all or did you just go on your own. I'm sing when he picked him. Choose on. yavuz doing some civilized. You might go along. It was outside of tax season. He's very selective. Accountants aren't exactly known for adventurous lifestyles. Right there's no adventure in working with number. Well i guess. I shouldn't say that depends on who you're working numbers for. If you work numbers to the mob. There might be a lot of adventure in that. So when exactly did you start. One was that that he gave you your first bicycle. I say hopley in my thirties. We took a bicycle bicycle. Ride was from house to somewhere near santa fe. I remember it well. Because the company had set out a launch along the roadside and someone still launch and that went from that forty five mile ride to cross state arizona..

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"adrenaline" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Like the The adrenaline junkie that like the adrenaline chasers like sky diving. You know what? When you hang up when you hang them up, you could jump over whatever mountain you want. I don't think it's on the reasonable. I think it's fairly inbounds. I agree it is. It is dangerous and That is, the last thing they need is cooperate for him or another player. That's of that value to their team to go down playing a different sport. Absolutely not unreasonable at a bounce. Are you in or are you all right? The Mets lead the NL East despite being only two games above the break even point they got a big blow to their world Series sold. Yes, they don't extend Noah Syndergaard is coming back from Tommy John surgery, was trying to felt some pain in his elbow during rehab. Now the team's gonna shut it down for at least another six weeks. I think what I've read, you know, people, maybe more connected to the Mets. Forget about more like two months. No structural damage. But skipper Louise RoHaas discussed the news after word got out the stuff, you know, but he's good to hear that there's no structural damage in the UCL. On that This worked with the six week without throwing and We pray that he can pitch for us this year. Okay, So here's the question Take. The Mets do need Syndergaard healthy and on the mound if they want to win the world serious this year. I mean, that's a presumptive question, because they mean I don't think they can win the World Series this year. They're one of the few teams is leading baseball right now. I think the only team It's leading in division of baseball that has a negative run differential because you know you always look at this my negative 11 minus 11 when teams like and on the Padres or plus 80 going, I mean, and so I guess the answer's in bounds, but they're not winning the World Series this year. Listen, I like the Mets more than you do. Keep in mind. They haven't had to Graham. He just came back the other 90 through you through Jan.

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Los Angeles Angels' Trout on Injured List With ‘Freak’ Calf Strain

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Angels' Trout on Injured List With ‘Freak’ Calf Strain

"So this is awful. News for baseball might. Trout has a great to calf strain. He's right cab and he's expected to be out about six to eight weeks. Here's mike trout speaking to reporters yesterday about what he was thinking. At the moment he got hurt. I knew it was bad when it happened. When i never felt anything like this before i felt a pop just hoping for the best but once i started walking i just felt like a bait cramp and then i after the adrenaline rush started. You know to wear office starter. Pretty bad not just a little bump in the road on. I'm really crush about this author to be out there with the guys in this.

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There’s a Name for the ‘Blah’ You’re Feeling

The Mom Room

02:19 min | 1 year ago

There’s a Name for the ‘Blah’ You’re Feeling

"Many of you sent me this article that was written by adam grant so he is a organisational psychologists. He's often while i think a few times. He's been on armchair expert with docs record. Such great episodes highly recommend listening to them. He's such a great speaker but anyways he had this article in the new york times. That was all about languishing. And how so. Many of us are feeling this way. And he explains what exactly that is and some ways that you can get out of feeling that way. It's so funny to me. Because i often explain it as feeling blah because i don't know how else to verbalize it and that is literally in the title of this article. So it's called. there's a name for the blah. you're feeling it's called languishing. He describes it as being a dominant emotion of twenty twenty one. And it's interesting because they talk a lot about how when the pandemic i started and it was all over the news and we were on the super high alert mode. Almost like adrenalin was kicking in and we were like wiping down all our groceries and doing everything we could to you know. Follow the guidelines and stay safe and that has kind of worn off now and it's more so he describes it as dulling our motivation and focus. And it's not that were not staying safe now and we don't care about the guidelines it's more so that they have just become a regular part of our everyday life so we're not so much thinking about them anymore. It's just how we're living our life now like every time i get into the car. I'm using hand sanitizer without even thinking about it whereas before all these little changes to how we live our everyday life was a noticeable thing and it was a novel thing so we were constantly thinking about it and it was more of not exciting but it was just we were in that fighter flight mode and now it's just exactly what they describe it as it's very blah. It's interesting because they talk about how it can. Doll your motivation and your focus. And this languishing feeling makes it difficult to concentrate.

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Interview With Reshma Saujani, Founder of Girls Who Code

Skimm'd from The Couch

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Reshma Saujani, Founder of Girls Who Code

"Welcome to our mother's day episode of skimmed from the couch. Our guest today is rush. Mr johnny she is the founder of girls who code and today. We're going to talk about working moms over the past year. We have seen just how devastating this pandemic has been for women who are losing their jobs dropping out of the labor force at alarming numbers. Reshma has proposed a marshall plan for moms to get women back to work to create sustainable solutions for working women in the future inc. You so much for coming back on the couch with us today. This is actually second time on the show. I i think that's the first time we've ever had anyone twice a lot of a lot of history happening by really really excited to dig in here excited to be here. I love everything you're doing enough. Silk set a chat with you you while first of all as we can set up here just now we just spent ten minutes both like location setting up our zoom changing headphones. Changing voice note record. How are you like. How is this year ben for you. You know. it's been rough right. It's been rough. And i think we're this strange now where you know. There's a shift. But i think everybody i know feels really off and having a hard time like readjusting to whatever that new normal is and i've been like meditating on it and i think for me it's just i don't feel as motivated as i felt before i need an adrenaline rush. I think working with my kids under my feet. I feel like i just need to be at in a space place rachel constantly have sensory overload. Because that's really what i'm struggling with.

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QAnon and Antifa: Who, What, And Why?

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

02:01 min | 1 year ago

QAnon and Antifa: Who, What, And Why?

"Cunanan and antifa. That's who were sucking today. True groups of extremist thoughts one typically associated with the far left. One typically associated with the far-right both blame for a lot over this past year including inciting violence especially regarding the storming of the us capitol building this past january. Sixth cunanan says left wing and t extremists. Did it to make them look bad and says cunanan did it all by themselves. Who's right and who the hell are the people who belong to these groups. What do these two groups believe that. Some of what we're looking into today. Cunanan group that emerged from a series of two thousand seventeen posts on the image board website. Four chan by a mysterious figure named q who claim to be a figure high up in the government who knew about all sorts of being done by the deep state including child sex trafficking harvesting adrenaline from frightened to lead satanic sex rituals and replacing murdered politicians with clones in industry of q influencers and interpreters followed bakers who gobbled up to brad crump drops and broke down queues cryptic messages on youtube and other platforms and a lot of different background and political beliefs. They all seem to agree. Politicians and elites are in a global in satanic sex trafficking cabal and donald trump will be the one to stop them and tika is an anti-fascist leaderless collective that makes itself known whenever anyone they consider a fascist or at all associated with the far right or white supremacy comes to town using a variety of tactics including pressuring venues to shut down and in some cases looting and straight up violence and teeth emerges and acts on the belief that if they don't fight fire with fire. they're simply going to become victims of intolerant nationalistic fascism. Down the road. Both of these groups have drawn a lot of media attention over the last year. Both groups have been interesting to look at this past week. Today you will learn about. The history of both antifa and cunanan was born in europe over a century ago. The other was born on the web. Just a few years ago and both have clashed violently. Several times in recent years and both groups have been pretty quiet january sixth

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Las Vegas Family Awarded $29.5M in Allergic Reaction Case

WTMJ Conversations

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Las Vegas Family Awarded $29.5M in Allergic Reaction Case

"Of their own Prince Phillip dying on Friday, a jury is awarding nearly $30 million to the family of a woman left brain damaged by a peanut allergy happened in Las Vegas eight years ago. Shan't tell Jack alone he was 27 when she went into an awful Actiq shock after biting into a pretzel infused with peanut butter while in Las Vegas for a convention in 2013 Jackal, Onis lawyer Christian Morris said she lost oxygen. To her brain for a period of minutes after seeking treatment from Medic West ambulance and argued that neither of the two medics on site that day at ivy epinephrine and adrenaline treatment for severe allergic reactions. Instead, the medics deployed in from muscular epinephrine and Jack Aloni was left with brain damage. The jury

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Chicago mayor urges new police foot-chase policy after boy shot and killed

It's Been a Minute

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Chicago mayor urges new police foot-chase policy after boy shot and killed

"A 21 year old now faces felony charges related to events from the night 13 year old Adam Doleta was fatally shot by Chicago police. Chicago Tribune reports. Reuben Roman is charged with gun possession and recklessly firing a weapon He's expected in Bond court today and in the wake of the police killing of Florida. Though the Chicago Police Department is developing a policy of four officers chasing people on foot. It's a process that police Superintendent David Brown has gone through before. When he was the police chief and Dallas The shooting of an unarmed man led to the adoption of a foot pursuit policy. Timothy Brace studies urban pop. See at the University of Texas at Dallas. We didn't have a sound policy doctrine that set up what we expect officers to do. And in the absence of policy, Ah, lot of times are adrenaline takes over. Bray says dialysis policy now requires officers to weigh their own safety and the safety of the community against the potential threat caused by the suspect, he says that helps officers it helps officers make rational choices instead of being ruled by

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Minneapolis police chief takes the stand in Chauvin murder trial

WBUR Programming

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Minneapolis police chief takes the stand in Chauvin murder trial

"Police officer accused in the death of George Floyd. Chief Madeira Arianna does saying today despite defense claims, Floyd died from a combination of heart condition, drug use and adrenaline he felt police use of force in the case was excessive when I look at it The Facial. Expression of Mr Floyd that does not appear in any way, shape or form that that is like to moderate pressure videos showing former police officer Derrick Show been kneeling on Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes as the black man pleaded for his life sparked international outrage. Children faces murder charges in the case. Prosecutors have contended the force used by the officer was excessive. Democrats say they're now able to use Senate budget rules to

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Police chief condemns Chauvin's use of force on Floyd

WBUR Programming

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Police chief condemns Chauvin's use of force on Floyd

"Today in the trial of the former police officer accused in the death of George Floyd. She's my dear Arredondo saying today despite defense claims, Floyd died from a combination of a heart condition, drug use and adrenaline he felt police use of force in the case was excessive when I look at it The Facial. Expression of Mr Floyd that does not appear in any way, shape or form that is light to moderate pressure videos showing former police officer Derrick Show been kneeling on Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes as the black man pleaded for his life sparked international outrage. Jovan faces murder charges in the case. Prosecutors have maintained the use of force by the officer was excessive. Vice president Kamila Harris made the first

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MLB Opening Day 2021: Seattle Mariners Face San Francisco Giants

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

MLB Opening Day 2021: Seattle Mariners Face San Francisco Giants

"Night 2021 for the Seattle Mariners has arrived. The EM so San Francisco with Marco Gonzalez, starting for the EMS and Kevin Gossman for the Giants manager Scott Service says the club is looking forward to having fans back at T Mobile Park. You know, you get a rally going at home and you start building off the adrenaline and momentum that the crowd can help bring you in on the flip side, having to deal with it on the road, you know as a young player, and you're on the mound or you're having a big at bat with the game on the line, and you know that. All part of growing and maturing as a major league players how to handle those situations. A limited number of fans, 9000 will be at the park to watch opening Day 2021.

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"adrenaline" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"And. Kristin. It's awesome to have you back. I know last time we were talking a lot about child. Development and Development Ages Zero to two and I know. Your child is getting older <hes>. How is your child growing impacted your thoughts and ideas? With with child development, and and how they're coming along. While it just confirms what I was saying at first. Any type of blue light or screen time is the number one enemy to children development, and what I mentioned. Is that what people don't understand? Is that these stimulus like your tablet, your cellphone smartphone? BIG-SCREEN TV all those types of devices emit blue light, which is one of the strongest dopamine receptors stimulator. It's so strong in fact that even in adult it can desensitize those receptors very easily. That's why it's addictive. Because when you stop doing it, you feel like crap. You feel depressed because you don't have the dopamine stimulation, the pleasure neurotransmitter that is strong enough to compensate for that going on, and how the Prom is that a child's brain. Is Not fully developed and much more fragile, and a stimulus is just way too strong for their brain to handle. You can actually permanently. Damage, the dopamine receptor, sensitivity and adult. If he becomes desensitized, you can do it what what's called a dopamine fast like you stop basically any type of dopaminergic like a YouGov, are kind of all phones and. Stuff like that. You Stop Smoking. You don't take drugs at similar dopamine and within ten days you can. Basically you regain your sensitivity charts. It's the damage. You're going to have a child with low motivation. IS PRONE TO DEPRESSION ONTO ZION? It's something you want. Also. There's a very strong connection between the efficiency of the dopamine system and learning especially motor learning the reason is that children learn by reward system? So for example your your child is on the floor on. His belly doesn't crawl yet. E C a few on the Florida. You wants to reach, and you will find a way to reach it, and when you reach at the dopaminergic response gives him a big pleasure. Response will motivate him to try again to learn new stuff so learning especially motor learning is driven by the motivation to get that dopaminergic a response, so if you desensitize dopaminergic receptors, motor, learning and learning period will impair like Jaden. When he was like He. He's like twenty one months old now or something like that <hes>. When he was eighteen, he already knew all of his alphabet, so he knew all the letters. And you could actually spell his name at eighteen months. So that's a pretty good. E- knew something like. One hundred twenty five words and normally at eighteen. When we went to the doctor, they said nobody a child should learn at least three words by the time these months old. The actually wanted one. We went to the doctor for eighteen month checkup. The wanted to do a TV show with us because the is level of a of development adjusts like crazy, but that's when the code Kuban crisis happened, so we didn't do it. Again. I'm not saying that I'm smarter or is exceptional. It's just that the the lower dopaminergic over-stimulation and the fact that both my wife and I are mostly at home, so we can actually plan. Learning experiences sped up development now that led to some issue that we might need to resolve. Is that by over stimulating? We basically became the only source of his development and is. Slightly lacking in social conflict like when he's around, other people will just basically freeze, and it will take him up two or three minutes of. Is the situation to be somewhat comfortable then again. I'm like that so that might be genetic might not be my teaching thing that's. Always, learning frankly do better things, but I think the biggest thing is still. Diminish like balloon exposure as much as possible <unk>. Apparent is a coach. That's the <unk> another child best friend you not is. Is Boss. You're a coach. You should approach like a coach. You should lamb experiences so that the child can learn and try different things, so that's the main thing, and then of course what I'm doing different now is that we are at an age where he needs to become more more autonomous more doing things. Bhai himself so now we find that the EU really loves tractors, so we can actually play with his tractors in San for eight hours straight, so that allows me to do a lot more job, but more work, but that's the next step at first as a coach you you give him as many different experiences to develop his motor skills is absurd skills. Is Memories stuff like that is coordination and more and more advances in needs to be able to do is on staff. Set the activities you wants to do and create is on game, so that's pretty much

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"adrenaline" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

Just Fly Performance Podcast

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast

"So that's what we overtraining in our sports, and it's because you produce too much adrenaline that you desensitize receptors. You stop responding you WANNA drink, so if you have an athlete who has a very high level of baseline, Adrenalin it can I do a lot of training? Because that will put him over the edge of adrenaline on the other hand. If you have someone with a lower muscle tone, indicating lower base out of adrenaline, likely fast come, so they can clear breakdown adrenaline super fast. They can tolerate more volume more frequency. That was coach. Chris Tibo and thanks for being with us for another episode training individualization, the longer you've been in the game of coaching and athletics I think the more it means to all of us. Because how many times do we put it out there for athletes and we see some response, but then we see outlets. Are Responding. As! We know they can. As we know, they're athletic. Potential can allow for and the more we can expand our awareness of all these layers of these things that go into how what athletes respond to and how we can give them better exercises and training splits, and and even how we coach them about that Art of coaching them through it. We can just serve the athletic community so much more kristiyo widow is a legendary coach. He's been on this podcast multiple times speaking in depth on. On his neuro typing system in training individualization. You've seen I've seen the impact that he's had on other coaches. If you listen to the recent, Ross. Jeff's episode. You can see that some elements of that neuro- typing system that really fit with some of those sprint types that concentrate type that e centric or the elastic type. Excuse me on the metabolic type and you can, the more you look at all this, the more you just get, a better picture of athletics and Athleticism as a whole. Christine along with his creation of the NRO, typing system and being such a wealth of knowledge. There has been working with athletes. The last eighteen years has worked from athletes twenty eight different sports. It's a prolific writer and presenter and really excited to have him on today. quickly before we started. We will get into this if you haven't. If you're not familiar with the neuro typing system at checkout episode seventy seven of the show. It's our most popular episode hugely. Hugely interested tons of those mind blown moments and I. I heard that on Robbie. BURKS podcast. It was Florida we got Christian on the show and it's just been. It's been such a learning experience from there, and so the newer typing system quickly I'll just give you a really quick overview Christians GonNa. Give you a very neurotransmitter in personality profile oriented recap while within the show, but there's five types. There's the one a one B two a two and type three. There's a neurologic. There's a spectrum of intensity if you will the the one a being defined by intensity and raw power, I think Ben. Johnson must like a ball of fast twitch muscle intense individual. Then you have the one be that that one a to being the more fitting almost me with the concentric sprinter type for Ross Jeff's as Ross, Jeff's put the one be being more elastic that kangaroo type. You might think of Carl Lewis if Ben Jonson versus Carl Lewis and how they respond to training. The and the. Be Needing to explosive to be strong and explosive, being a key thing for them. The to a is a athlete who can end to handle a lot of training. They are more variety driven need more variety and novelty, and when you get in the twos where the type ones are more intense. Type two. More team oriented and affirmation oriented so type to a can handle lots of trading volume. A lot of variety likes a lot of writing within the training session itself type to be cured being sensation. They're very good at mine muscle connections, they are a little bit more sensitive of the types or the emotional sensitive, and they have they. You could describe them as needing to from bodybuilding perspective, needing to get big to be strong like muscle I almost if you will in terms of strength looking at how they responded, and Kristen went in depth on looking at those athletes in terms of non strength sports in a recent episodes that we've done together finally type three, being more of the. Almost the distance runner if you will the. Serotonin seeking individual who may be a little higher anxiety, and really likes things in a very structure based format so structure being a key word for them them, having more precision laid out with tempos and explanation of training itself, and not having necessarily the strongest nervous system, so those are the types again, Kristen will get into much more detail from neurological approach that I just wanted to give a quick summary before we started that so so that being said, and and just just in case you haven't listened to the show. I think it's useful information, and so on the show today we've done. Some moved up. Up three episodes so far, and so we've. We've done a summary of the Niro typing. We've talked about it. In context of training athletes in French, contrast and complex training. We've got into peaking and how to optimally peak versus athletes who might be more likely to choke and lots of other things on the show today we're going to get in depth into elements of adrenaline and looking at durant winner regards to overtraining and what you're going to see how to athletes as they go through the training, process very specifically ideas on muscle tone, and what that means for things like nutrition, loading and unloading training splits. When you go through this show you really I at least for me. I cannot look at athletes in I. I just have such a new layer of awareness by which to look at athletes, and there was a lot of Aha moments. Things that I think you've probably seen with muscle tone, but this show really connect. The DOTS in Christian does a brilliant job of going in depth on Niro on neurotransmitters and brain, science and our. And connecting altogether in a way that helps us to understand training and training splits better. This so really helped put together some more answers from my questions of athletes who do well on the high low split so training hard every other day versus stringing more multiple days of high intensity together, so a huge question answered there. We're GONNA. Get into a lot of great stuff. Stuff before we start to just a quick note the audio on this show it a little spotty. Sometimes, Kristen was recording from his basement so his. Mike goes a little spotty for a very small portion of the show, so just bear with that. This was a fantastic show i. know you guys are GonNa love it, so let's get onto an episode to with Chris and. Kristin. It's awesome to have you back. I know last time we were talking a lot about child. Development and Development Ages Zero to two and I know. Your child is getting older How is your child growing impacted your thoughts and ideas? With with child development, and and how they're coming along. While it just confirms what I was saying at first. Any type of blue light or screen time is the number one enemy to children development, and what I mentioned. Is that what people don't understand? Is that these stimulus like your tablet, your cellphone smartphone? BIG-SCREEN TV all those types of devices emit blue light, which is one of the strongest dopamine receptors stimulator..

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"adrenaline" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on WSB-AM

"On adrenaline peak the judge drew over seven thousand to a Sunday rally here I respect my friend senator Sanders taking aim at Bernie Sanders and focusing already on super Tuesday March third just over a week from now is an opportunity to make history with the fourteen states of super Tuesday just ahead is this democratic race gets going nationwide the judges also question the results from the Nevada caucuses his campaign claims irregularities with how early voting results are integrated with in person votes he's requesting although totals be released by precinct federal health officials canceled plans to transfer some quarantine coronavirus patients to Alabama the Anniston city council voted Sunday to still over a proposal to move some patients from that diamond princess cruise ship docked off the coast of Japan to a female possibly in the city hours later those plans were called off meanwhile a third per passenger from the diamond princess has died eight year old Japanese man died from pneumonia the man diagnosed with Kobe nineteen while aboard the ship was subsequently removed from the diamond princess and was being treated at a local hospital for John Kline says more than six hundred passengers have now been diagnosed with the virus more than twenty six hundred deaths and seventy nine thousand patients are confirmed in the outbreak there almost all in China but cases continue to spike in South Korea with more than seven hundred people infected there Italy now has more than a hundred cases of the outbreak is also having an impact on stock markets around the world markets in both South Korea and Italy have plummeted today and Dow futures are also down WSU's time seven forty nine seventy rescue one of ours was Wes moss will join us live here before eight o'clock this morning to talk about this scary trend in the stock market a cavity looks at five seventy five delays in less than two minutes WSB meteorologist Kirk Miller double five day forecast sponsored by Breda pest management they handle bugs and critters well periods of light to moderate rain expected though for the rest of the day amounts quarter to half an inch on average during the day and another half an inch on average tonight and then we might just put together a four or five day dry streak or at least mostly dry starting tomorrow afternoon before today three anomalous meter highs fifty to fifty five lows tonight forty seven to fifty one tomorrow isolated early morning shower ending mostly cloudy and warmer highs sixty three to sixty eight low forty five on Wednesday mostly cloudy to partly cloudy windy high fifty six low thirty two my exclusive five day forecast.

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"adrenaline" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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"adrenaline" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Yes okay and and so we want to look at the the component of I don't use emotions in my practice but we start there we don't stay with it so in other words what's the zero to ten of the emotion of that maybe frustration or even sadness or something whatever it is yeah I'd say that there are eight nine yeah okay now because of the silence issue that we we we don't wanna encounter anymore on the rest of the call tonight so we're gonna work this way do you have a word for a higher power if you do you don't have to but do you have a word you like to use the higher powers it was good that way higher power to be okay great so I'm gonna speak some words out loud conseiller odd but if it helps us I know does it matter no it's fine and I can also talk John while you're going through and being the ambassador I am currently a moment let me do a little bit family in C. okay would you notice in that where do you feel in your body you said it was eight or nine yeah it's in the heart and kind of feel like in the adrenaline coursing through the body okay excellent yet so give me a moment you know go ahead yeah give me a moment Joe I'm really glad you asked the question because I feel the same way and that's a lot of us have that same issue and I do feel that you when you send art adrenaline exactly the same way so right here they are very powerful feeling yeah I get it and and it's like nothing calms it right a lot of deep breathing hello good good no that's that's very helpful funny because that people refer to me as having the the end so chill you sound side different story I love that you know that about yourself though and the if I can find yeah okay have that feeling just check that area out the Justin because the throat area you see what you notice it cited yeah okay what's what's left in other words when we check in with what what we want to see the sensation though is we wanna see what's here we also want to see that sometimes it can shift to a different perspective so in other words it might have been initially frustration or anger and then it might move to maybe some regret or sinus or something like that not always but we just want to see the current experience and not assume anything so many humans assume it's almost like we go to a family reunion and just assume they're all going to be a certain way and that negative expectation can lead to it showing up that way it's kind of a paradox so we just wanna be where we are and just see what how does that feel around that issue in your life it feels the it feels kind of tough to feel it yeah okay might be gone in other words so if we don't Kerry that frequency our experience in life is going to shift it that physics now it now here's what's funny about this sometimes I feel that the universe or the reflection to be a little ghosting or a little residual energy beneath the surface or on some other level and in its most likely get tested once or twice and it's and it's not like the the the anybody out there suggesting is it's almost like it's built into the system in other words something might happen to see or give us the opportunity to respond differently and so we want to make sure that we don't fall back into any old pattern but just noticing I'm feeling this I'm going to go with that and trust that heart level and see and then you establish a new neural pathway that will lead to completely different behavior and of course a different reflection different people different circumstance that can show up in your life yeah are you are you say yes then by the feeling the experience in the heart or in the area that you're feeling that how does that change the neural pathway it's almost you know when when you exhibit when you get a new behavior or you shift something underneath it give space for something else to show up when we demonstrate behavior in that new way we start to bridge near start to you know things form that create new behavior and this is kind of a very simplified way of saying what you feel is a good indicator that things can shift we went to go with that new space we create we clear something specially in any worker therapist meditation yoga this work and as you can to create that new channel of energy it's it's bridging it's making it more the norm as opposed to you know it's never enough you know that you are feeling before now you may not even need their approval or you know your enough in your heart and you attract a circumstance where you feel supported in that that kind of thing is what we're saying is that how you feel Joe I mean it's amazing how quickly that happens yeah I unfortunate to take another break but Joe and joint that feeling and and have.

"adrenaline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Kermit is this is this program last call is very revealing. The woman said that she didn't eat because she wasn't hungry. Let me stress one thing that the higher chronic tension and anxiety builds in your body, the less an of an appetite you will have food is medicine with respect to the emotions some food is poisoned for the emotions. But if you don't eat the only way the body can sustain itself is to pump adrenaline. The adrenaline is what releases the blood sugar in your liver. So if you don't eat you're going to be tense now, the next level in this whole problem is people become addicted to their own adrenaline because the adrenalin makes you feel powerful and high, and this is what leads a lot of people into this anorexia where they're doing exercises sixteen seventeen hours a day, but they don't eat and in a sense the body eats itself up, but people get on this adrenalin high, and it is a very. Serious problem to break. You must eat by the clock. You must not eat, according to hunger by the time, you're hunger, hungry, you're already pumping adrenalin, which means you're already tents. And if you've got a stressful job, and you don't eat you're in trouble. All right. Let's take another call two five four five six seven eight year on WBZ. Hello, good more. Hello. Hi there. I thought I'd get myself a birthday gift. It was my birthday. Happy birthday. What's your first name Ginny? It's happy birthday. Thank you browse all day. I knew that you would tell. Now, we didn't I don't know who she is a unit who she is Dr for and yet we don't know who she is. Her name is Jenny. She could be any place. Tell. Let's let's test out our psychic abilities. Yeah. My problem is I once I got.

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"adrenaline" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

07:23 min | 3 years ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on World Cafe

"What are your reflections on what that time was for you as band? I think that was a lot of adrenaline involved. And I mean living I have always had the of being a touring band. And I think that kind of became a reality. So f- so fast really a laced overseas we'd never really taught overseas up until that point. And and then we kind of just ran on Trenton for like what felt like probably you're in a half, you know, because we're on. Taurus, i'm. And I mean, that's mostly what felt like. Yeah. I think I felt incredibly grateful because you know, you dream up these big dreams when you're hanging out in your bedroom. And Melvin and we'd been we being pep since high school. So this was like six seven years down the track that ALPHA's record came out. And and then we would tiny desk, and all these things that you know, you look up to and you watch for inspirational the time, and they prompt songs of your earn. And so those immense feeling of gratitude a little bit overwhelmed at times, and I think the peppy, and I have this way of always making things more like casual. Let's see a stray Lee way. Which is kind of like, oh, yeah. Okay. We'd love to things. But I think by the end of the that campaign which we've finished in classroom Brady because Billy Bragg had invited us over there. And we'll playing left field with him. And we were on stage Glastonbury is huge gigantic. And we were seeing well he was singing you England, and we were on stage with him. And and that was one of the first songs we have shared is a band when we like sixteen seventeen. So there are a lot of moments of like all my goodness. And then there was also these moments of like, I am like just running on a rental because I haven't slept much you know, what I made. So in just like outsource. I guess it was like a lot of different things at once. It was like incredibly exciting and incredibly bad field body. Hey think that's touring for you. We definitely felt that. Yeah. What was the first period of time? Like when you got back home. Did you go straight back home to Melbourne after that Glastonbury show we've been in and out of Melvin a little bit? But we were kinda like on the go the whole time. Yeah. It takes a couple of it takes a while to settle back in it really does. And then you kind of your Ryan adrenaline for so much. And then you you get Harmon, you know, ones like making your schedule or you don't have to be anywhere. And it's like this very extreme live, which I think you you hear about and, you know, it's not like you've you're surprised, but to truly feel that was something else you like, oh, this is a rural Costa. Yeah. Yeah. I think it's less of that rockstar out rockstar lifestyle. But is maybe the the perception sometimes because like I go home, and I sleep at my mom's place like. Yeah. Live with her. Yeah. Yeah. I'm still probably can't do that for much longer actually wind do that much long. But you know, that's that's the reality things like that. I think really, you know, take some getting used to after just. Being so energized all the time or likely was saying always have having something on. Yeah. Yeah. And I think when we will like thinking, yeah, we wanna be a touring band. We actually didn't really know what that meant until happened. And and then we didn't even all these things happen that we never could have foreseen. So, yeah, we're very lucky you're gonna play another live song that you've got from from the new record your nail and your hammer. Was this a coal, right? I this one it was written about the time. I was in Nashville in getting my social security number. So that's. A murderer. This is the thing. Like, I don't know. I I think I met I met someone in line. And then I just kind of like let my imagination get carried away with it. You know, then it becomes not about that anymore. Yeah. This is what it sounds like. Call. Thing. Call. Buying. Social security. Time. Just driving. Shit. All. Bang. Semi. Saw. Banded. Hold. Bang bang..

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"adrenaline" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"adrenaline" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"He's also going to be there for the who convention, but I will box him. But I mean, how's your skill your by dot skilled, not like you? But but I won't find him for sure. Would you liked it gained some? Yes. Yes. I will. I will. I mean without taking on a fulltime Klein, here's a trainer, I can tell you that the thing that works. The best is literally just moving the person's hands with your hands. If you throw a I shall demonstrate okay for you. But. Well, you guys can narrate for all time. But if you're doing this on the street that you can do it on the street to someone's going to you know, you need to. I'm not saying step do. Yeah. Don't just find a random woman leave leaving Starbucks. Do it really dealing fighting. Mark sort of is over here. Yes. It's just get the hands to move and move them. All right. So they both just took their headphones off square off, the focus pads and the gloves are always out bare knuckled. Okay. This. Like that. Because both hands will come down out there. Those kind of do that. That's okay. That's all you need to. Okay. It'll work Tom's a windows. I'm messing around. Okay. Every ill work every time. Just go down. And then. It'll just threw down to take it up throw two or three shots to the mid section. But you gotta do with your your lead hand your left hand. And then just throw the next one right to the head. You're sharp sharp. You're you have sharp. It'll work strike sharp. It'll work. Yeah. I guarantee you don't just get into the moving forward clubbing in the head kind of thing because anelle to sort of cover up getting hands down. Yeah. Throw a couple of the body. And then you you're you come out it'll work I guarantee it. But but here's what will work. What happens is is the adrenaline kicks in and everything's out the window, right? This is the problem with the amateur fight. Is you train you train you train? And then it becomes. Here's what it is. It's like it's like if you train for an earthquake, and you go all right family comes together. Here will meet in the door standing the door. Jamb you go for the Hillary power. I'll go for the. Try frozen food and then an earthquake hits. And you just scream we're all gonna die all run out the fucking front lawn. Get hit by car. That's that's what happens in these celebrity five. Yes, you have to figure out a way to have that earthquake hit and not jump up and yell. We're all gonna die and have all the fuck and training and all the drilling go out the window, which is what happens because. Adrenaline. Just ruins. It ruins fucking at ruins fighting. It ruins everything. Just when you get a huge flood of adrenaline. Well, it's the enemy of technique who wasn't Tyson is everyone everyone has a plan to get punched in the face. Right. Well, even. I felt tread right? Right. I do I get your throat show. So. Know what I would say is have that combination. Just throw that combo over and over and over do it in the shower do it when you're standing in your bedroom. Just literally throw that thing. So the muscle memory becomes that. Also, what would you do if you're Wade if you wait a lot more than the other? He's going to be a better shape than looks like he's taken steroids. But he's he's I think he's shorter. But I've got away a lot more. Would you can you Leded could you? I think you go full Joey buttafuoco biting she shall be missed. Oh god. What's that female China? China Christ go fuck. Joey. Make them not only fighting a woman, but he was rough housing or physically like throwing her around like it was the most Joey buttafuoco moment of all time. Like, he like, he was fighting a woman and really given it Tammy was like leaning on her and doing dirty boxing throwing around you ever see that. I got offered a billion dollars to do that before. He did it really to fight China. Yep. Fox. We could be talking about. To see I did too like white how what are the order now? How can this work actress two ways this can work?.

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