18 Burst results for "Andrew Nye"
"andrew nye" Discussed on Star Wars Sessions
"Host. Ready. have been pre wounded and violence that they sponsor Bina. Might. Bring on! This one's a bit of a story, May. Last week. I got a message from an old colleague of mine cooed Andrew. We used what together and Andrew Nye we both had a love of stall was and it was one of the reasons why we got along so much we would joke around about light. The stupidest stuff install was and we would want each other up and stuff and I remember when Alfie. This this. He's not now. He's in his twenties now, but when he joined, it was a teenager and We were asking him about how he did on school and stuff when we rely on my eat. Much about what to and he'd like. Not, really didn't take history in school. We will all. Might you telling us you never? You never heard of chancellor pope team. He'd be like Knob never heard of him. We've lost our Mike can't believe never. Trust to. Voice Literally all day men Andrew Belaboring the point like Oh man conflict. You've never. Chancellor Pouch. And it'd be like yeah, whatever and he he. He liked grudge gone. Noah met. You should google it now. The joke, but it didn't use a nominal GONNA. Get glit-. It sooner the joker! Carry on. But anyway so every now and then Andrew who occasionally listens to the show. He messaged me. Unto just randomly. He was semi gifts and somebody. He messaged me this question. Who is the hero of return of the Jedi the true hero of return of the Jedi I'm GonNa. Give you a hint. My boy it Luke Skywalker. and I said to him all went well. If you being serious than it's and can Scott Walker He went a say like good, good good on saw but wrong. He said at this point. I'm not riot Khayelitsha, flipping job because nays. Like so basically you can I ask questions. And! You have to figure out my boy. WHO. Is The true hero, wink wink for ton of the Djeddai Guy. A sense of plot to destroy me here. Roy Question Question One. So who is the real hero with a couple of weeks on the IT? Okay, other.
"This is the first podcast episode of Twenty Twenty and both Andrew. Nye have changed jobs in a manner of speaking making. I changed jobs in a big way and I have been getting flooded with emails and direct messages on various social media platforms. Asking me about the particulars is because either those people have or they are considering going through a similar change. I felt that this would be a good topic to kick off the New Year because they're all sorts sorts of things happening. You know especially with me with Andrew even here with the podcast some of which take a little more than usual planning and we wanted to let you know. As far advances advances we could of some of the places. We're going to be this year so that hopefully you can come and say hello. Should you find yourself in the same place at the same time. We'll get into for those details throughout today's episode cool. Yeah it's going to be awesome. It's gotta be cool all right so we're going to get into this now. Do you WANNA start under. Do you want me to start you. You go ahead and start. I'll interject his needed. Maybe we'll do a little back and forth about it as we start going. Sounds good to me. I also think that we should discuss quitting your job verses Mrs Changing Your Job Even if there is no obvious distinctions semantically. I think there's a huge difference between those two words. Quitting and changing changing quitting to me seems so imply like your flip the tables and you're storming out of the room tossing lit matches over your shoulder. You know that whole burning everything scorch orch start a little bit. Probably I mean it seems like it when you say I quit my job. It always seems to have a negative tone to it. Well it also seems to imply even though it's not this way and it's just again the phrasing of it to me changing your job means it's more calculated like you know there's a path change or course chain that you wanna make so you kind of put certain things in in place or put certain actions in motion before leaving your other job so that that way this is a calculated course correction Nada. I'm quitting and then I go deal with the fact that I just quit my job. Afterwards I would agree to me. It seems like changing jobs is a little bit. I'm going going somewhere for a new or better opportunity where quitting to me implies. I'm not working at this place anymore. I can't stand it. I don't WanNa be here more as as opposed to I'm changing jobs. It's doesn't mean necessarily that you dislike where you were just there's better or newer opportunities where you're headed like you say that's a calculated thing. Not Like I quit over lunch and then go to look for a job which I have quit over lunch before him. I know that was the reference. Well we know that chain gear jobs demands some measure of your attention so to get into that. Let me just kind of set the table. That says I left my last job the one the where I had my name on the door and I could pretty much do whatever I wanted and I need to make sure everyone else. I enjoyed all my co workers. Add some awesome clients and I had a really cool projects going on and for about eighty five percent of my work existence maybe ninety percent. I'm not doing real math here. It was pretty ideal and yet despite all those does ideal circumstances I do not ever wonder how I got to be at my current job. But I'm at Boca POW now and an actually look this up today. Day to day is four months and eleven days in so it's still pretty fresh really. It's been four months. Yeah that sounds a lot blah. It doesn't feel like four. I didn't think it'd been that long. Actually I was like it's been like two months now right. Yeah four months and eleven days so I don't have any regrets even though it's kind of interesting they brought me in a level to where I obviously I'm not getting the keys to the kingdom but I'm not being brought in to just manipulate digital files in Ramat. That's not where my skill set is and that's not why they want me there. You've been working for a long enough. That's not really what you had either but one of the things that's interesting is. This is a pretty big firm and Boka Powell. There's about about one hundred ten plus people and they're in the kind of the eight figure invoicing range in a year so they bet a lot of stuff in place while. Oh yes kinda surprising but when they brought me over they said there's a honeymoon period of six months and once I hit six months then they start to bring me into more higher level firm meetings. They essentially don't want to lift the skirt before they decided that this is not a failed experience experience. That's kind of a statement. Maybe but yeah I think so and I didn't realize it was going to be six months. Most places have six month trial period. That's really the way to put it. Yeah and so luckily for me because I actually had this conversation today of the. How's it going? I know it's gone fine. No worse so four months eleven days and I am really anticipating all the things that are going to open up to me at the six month period. Kazan collect a lot of skill sets that I have right now that I'm not using is they don't need me to do it because I'm not in the right kind of meetings so even then with what I'm doing right now it's gone pretty well pretty happy with it but you feel like you're settling in a little bit. I I mean I know for a while is like well. I don't know but you feel like you're doing all right right now. And that's something we'll get into an just a bit because there's definitely been some growing pains it hasn't always always been you know milk and honey since I've come over there's been moments where I've been incredibly frustrated and there's been actually more times than I really wanted Mitt but I think that's kind of the reason we're recording this podcast to talk about stuff that other people might be experiencing that folks generally don't put out there because I know people are private but there are moments when I go golly. Am I doing what I need to be doing. Because it's so different. It's so different. Let me get into the reasons why left. Like why would I make this change some. I'm fifty one years old. I've been doing the type of work that I had been doing. Which is kind of high touch white glove small commercial and high end residential essential work for about twenty years? And I like to think I was pretty good at it. I certainly enjoyed doing it. So what could possibly convince me to leave. The the circumstances were add my name on the door almost complete autonomy to do whatever I want to go do something that I have no real background in working on like. Why would anybody we do that? That's a reasonable question. I mean besides they tripled your salary and I'm not saying they did but I'm saying if that was the case then maybe so they didn't they didn't man. I'm just saying no but that was part of the consideration quite honestly because it's not just I will say this. So my compensation with where I work now is better than my best year ever at my last firm and my best year ever my last one was heavily contingent on bonuses and I was part of it and I didn't have any control all at my last firm over the bonus amounts. I could go eleven and a half months going. It's going to be great. It's GonNa be great and then one person decides that it's not going to be great. I have no controller controller which is one of the room one of the reasons why leaving so in a more structured manner. So let's get into this. I left for two major reasons and honestly honestly. I don't think anyone would be surprised by what those things were. Not because it was obvious due to my personal reasons or because my life is south there. Anybody can figure it out but because if you're going to leave a pretty amazing situation for the black abyss of doing something you've never done before. Yeah those reasons should be pretty obvious. I mean I think anybody could kind of rub two sticks together and come up with pretty educated guesses. Do I might do that. So first reason conflict inflict with one of the partners now. It wasn't anything nasty or salacious. It was just some fundamental disagreements on how things should be done and I'll say would you be. He's surprised to learn that I'm an opinionated person. Andrew no I know how particularly you are very particular all the time all the time and furthermore. I don't really care for situations where I feel like. I don't have a voice in the matter part of me thinks if you want my opinion you need to be prepared to act on it. I don't need facetime as time. I'm not that person. So the senior partner at my last firm has had his own practice where it's just been him calling the shots for twenty five or six or seven years or something like that now and hopefully. I'll say this in the most gracious way possible. Because I I care for him deeply I would even say I love him as a Human Ping but he was who he was and he was GonNa do what he felt was right no matter what which on one hand is a great attribute. You need to be have convictions and stand by those convictions. That doesn't necessarily make you a good business partner. So I struggled with the idea that no matter what I did or sad ed or however sound my arguments or my logic may be in the end. He was GONNA do whatever he wanted to do. I didn't love that. Yeah but I can understand that actually I I mean as a business owner for ten or so years that you get used to doing things the way you WanNa do him and you used to do them. I thought many times about whether or not I wanted to ever take on a partner and part of me as I know. 'cause I don't WanNa have to share responsibility. I wanted to share that. But you know the decision making process says yeah and it's hard I'm GonNa get a yeah the longer you do it. The harder it gets harder
"andrew nye" Discussed on Think Again
"Green, cylindrical room, respect, your moods. You find out what you're feeling an how you want to express? That in your surrounding some place. You could really do this deliberately is our homes, but also our workplaces right being really creative and very different. Workplaces very stimulating workplaces. I need my closed door office sometime I really don't want an all open plan office. But then just recently, in fact, just this week. I was at a leadership training course at Goddard, and they were using a repurpose library. It had been a traditional sort of nineteen fifties library, and they've turned it into one of these very open. But, but you can change the spaces that there are there are lots of walls, you can slide and unequal pod. Couches? You can get into you can work by yourself. You can work in groups. The whole thing is very variable change about school that I find myself going there. But you know, that the part of minimalism, I think that sometimes we're not even aware of that that I hate is minimalism and clothing we wear wear suits. I mean women have a little bit more diversity, which I think is. One of the worst parts of sexism. Know, my husband would love to wear. He's told me really flamboyant clothing we used to work at a renaissance fair. Oh. We were very so it's not the sort of thing you're thinking of because these days renaissance fairs are much more of a fantasy fair shirt. Well, I went to renaissance fairs in Maryland when I was a kid I was at the Maryland Minnesota's fair two weeks ago. Those fares people are wearing sort of close things that are kind of loose and bodices. So Andrew Nye were part of a an acting troupe that tried to accurately portray the court of Elizabeth I and we wore completely authentic Elizabethan, costumes. They weighed about twenty five pounds. There was no cleavage covered. All the way up to the throat with Ross we made because you couldn't buy them definitely courses. Although the Elizabethan course, it wasn't as extremist Victorian. But yeah, definitely course, it's and then big pads around your hips to carry skirts and an Andrew was wearing Elizabethan men clothing, which he has the puffy pants tights and the boots over his knees in the Cape fabulous. Fabulous comes to comes to life. Right. And I think that to me I mean, people would put me in an insane and Silom, but the I would like to be wearing any given time some huge gown with a giant rustling? I feel like there was a moment in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine possible, you know. When I look at the way Jimi Hendrix dressed or something I could dress like that every day with like a crazy silk scarf, and there's actually nothing stopping me. Accept me. It's just the culture. But what would they do? Fire me. I'm not going to have a podcast anymore react to you differently. Guess what we do this? They would they would think it was pretentious. And that's what's annoying. It's like why can't we be playful in in our spaces in our clothing. Why would that be pretentious? That's a really interesting observation because I dread the idea that people would judge me as pretentious or trying to get a tension or you're trying to take something away from somebody else. But what does my locking about in a huge silk? Do. I mean, why is that if ending should maybe bring delight either be neutral or delightful, you know, anyway, I personally would be delighted if the next time I see you're in a very flamboyant. So be careful what you wish I may just do that Michelle Fowler. I have enjoyed this very much, and I feel like I could talk for hours with you. But our time has come to an end. Thank you so much for being on thinking. Great to be your. Thank you..
"andrew nye" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"It was cold as shit. I'm in cold for California. So don't that me everybody. I know we're not Minnesota. Okay. We get it, but it's it was cold and then it would be rainy and it doesn't matter unless there is thunder and lightning then you're going. Yeah. And in only if the thunder and lightning were close enough, but if it wasn't, they said, fuck it. Let's go. We're out in this metal thing there where you a big wimp like Andrew Nye, Andrew, and I were talking yesterday, like at that moment, you know, go into these hard practices all the time. You just kinda hope that you could like fake some sort of injury. There were days that I did. Yeah, sure. I was never. Did you just stuck it out? Yeah, I stuck it out, I actually. Okay. So to to to find horn here. He told me to get it out before we walked in. I actually by my freshman year by the end of my freshman year, I was the fastest. Girl to you that we had on the team. That was also probably the biggest. So you know, whatever you don't do w, you know, go ham on that concept to rower one day, and then we should just see if there's any guy in here that could ever beat you. Oh, yeah. I mean, probably we'll see. I mean, I don't Brian shock it. So then on the distance, I guess that'd be pretty sick. Actually. I basically kept that from freshman year through my senior year. I was the fastest chick and I'm my senior year. It didn't matter by body weight. I was still the fastest. That's awesome. Yeah, I made sure of it. I was like none of these small skinny bitches. They're going to beat me even though they were fastest shit. I was like, Nope. I couldn't find any like pictures comparison, but even in just this picture like your face, you look way different already. Gosh, wait, can we just look at the cash for a second? What does it say? The Pitta me of elegance and taste beauty and grace check sex. So true. So true. No one laughs at my jokes more than I do. Is also has also a fact. Oh, no. You mentioned that you kind of have a thick skin because you recognize that you've been heavy. You probably kind of been that way for a fairly long time. Right on and off a so. Okay. I don't know as a kid I was skinny. I was a string main string main until I went to high school. So this is where I think I could have been better, but I didn't know I didn't realize like the nose going on my control. Yeah, I, I was in a lot of sports. I was always active. I'm halfway know at some point. Like, did you halfway know at some point, like I'm getting fat and like the food I'm eating is contributing to the didn't really hit me into, unfortunately it didn't hit me into. Until it was too late. Yeah, it's too big. I think my senior year I was like, oh, I'm kind of fat. And then what I went to school when I went to college, I was like, shit, you bitch thick because they thought I was a thrower and sex state, and I was like, no, no roar like, okay, sure. Like you throw shotput. Right chubs. Yeah, basically. No, that's that's what I mean. Marcus Marcus said he thought I was thrower to because he was on the throne. He was on the track team. He's thick. He's sick. With three CS frills, somebody was asking your best lifts in what way class? I'm a. I'm a super heavyweight. If you weren't. I mean, people were asking because they don't know. Yeah. So in competition, they're like six foot, almost six one. Yeah. I've pulled for three in competition benched to fifteen or to fourteen but to fifteen here in the gym last week. And I think I squatted too. I mean three. Three thirty in sleeps niece leaves niece leads was I wanted Cohn was here. That I did a twenty five. Oh, Eddie was here and then three thirty. And mean. Yeah, hell yeah. So you're you're, you mentioned like, you know, we're talking about your body weight, right? And so you know you, you recognize, okay, like I'm fat and I need to figure out, you know something to do for it. But like. In kind of recognizing that did you did you kind of know what to do about it or not really?.
"andrew nye" Discussed on In The Limelight
"And so I, it's, it's hard. It's like, I'm, it's, it's catnip. It's so you know, when it's nice, it's amazing. And then when it's not, it's like, that's what you remember. So I. Try to like a try to limit how much I engage, you know, and I'm feel like maybe the top level stuff, death out, you know, the really exciting stuff you find out about. Yes, I remember who was it? Willis Smith, someone like really cool. I remember being really psyched that someone like that was willow Smith. She's like, I think she it was like a quote for Missy about how lonely life can be and willow Smith posted on her Instagram or something like that. I mean, it's crazy that I was like, so excited that like a sixteen year old girl was, but but on a number of one, it's willow Smith in that family obviously is such a hole trouble. Force, but to that it was, you know, a inmates sense to me that like willow Smith would watch Missy and and sort of dentist with that charger feel that connection and that a sixty like because you know, we, we made a show that's written and made by a lot of, you know, Andrew Nye are, are are both like, you know, at the time and now late thirties, early forties about that early time in life. But we were hoping that you know kids in high school and even middle school would watch the show and relate it. And so it was, it's, it's, it was very gratifying to be like, oh cool, like those people are watching and identifying with the show is is interesting too, because it's such a visceral that time in one's life. I feel like it's obviously, you know, this goes without saying, but it's there's a lot of it probably brings up for people or I don't know if you must have, even though it's obviously a hilarious annual show and. It's so funny with filled with jokes or something very, I don't know, listening, very emotional about sort of what these characters are going through. I think which is obviously what makes it so great. But I, I'm interested, I must make for kids that age must be an interesting experience to watch it. Yeah, I think like, you know, because again, it's about puberty. It's about, but it's also really as as the show evolves, we continue to make more of it. It's it's about human sexuality, and I think and while it's about us, Andrew, Nye, looking back at our childhood is so it feels somewhat nostalgic. It is current day, and and so one of the things that I think we wanted in our intentions was to make it sort of for us to look like what a cringe-worthy time that was, but also for kids who are going through right now to be like, you're not alone. And I think one of the things about puberty is that you just feel so alone when you're going through it and you're so filled with. Embarrassment and shame that to feel like other people are having similar issues or had similar issues, hopefully bring some comfort to you as you navigate it all. And I think you know, we, we worked hard at at at making these things that are so cringe-worthy awkward. But also you know, hopefully in in finding some humor in all of it, making it a little more therapeutic. Totally crazy. Sometimes I watch these in two last week being like, I, you know, I'm jealous of these cartoon characters that they had like friends and like the support system. Oh my God. I had this dad. I would be like much funny stuff like that where I'm like this. Like some of it seems almost like aspirin, which is like, yes, it can't believe I'm going through. This was like an adult man. Makes sense. And I think that's the, I appreciate that. And and also, I mean, people obviously clearly, I know from falling on Instagram, like people get tattoos of the hormone monster, right? Like our people, people really are going with what's been the most intricate. I hesitate to say crazy, but it's the most passionate reaction. You've come across. You know, there's a couple of things. I mean, like the tattoos are always assigned to me and we had, we definitely had tattoos on Kroll show and and the league. But tattoos are like to me. I mean, you can't, yeah, kind of to have someone put something on their body that will be there for the rest of their life is really crazy in there..
"andrew nye" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Is gonna come back at you tenfold and I'm gonna make you eat these words that you just said, because now you got a point to prove somebody just told you that you can't do it, and now you gotta show people that you can. And I think people ended up liking. Somebody like Pete Hrubesch so much because I think they felt that way when they watched him lift. I think everybody kind of almost. It's almost like it's almost like a superhero. You kind of drawn into it because you kind of feel like like this is the underdog, like the superheroes the underdog until until superpowers come out. And what does that kind of tell you kind of the same scenario? Right that I just said, these people don't really know you. Right. Like if you're domestic Clark Kent, you don't really know what you're getting into us think you're messing with a nerd and now you're get jacked up, right? Because superman got these crazy powers because he's an alien basically. Right? And a lot of us have these. These powers within us. A lot of us have the strengths when and we have this determination within us to other people can't see and it's your job every day to show people what that actually looks like. That's what we're trying to do when we're in gym. That's what we're trying to do when we're working really hard. That's we're trying to do for children. When you wake up in the morning, we go to work every day who are trying to set that example. We're trying to show people like what's on the inside. It's. Easy for everybody kinda see what's on the outside. They might see your smile and they might see that you're nice to other people in all those things are really important too, but you want people to see what's on the inside. You want people to to. And I've said this before too. You don't want people to identify you as a certain thing like, oh, Mark Bell, powerlifter Mark Bell. He's a bodybuilder, no, say Mark Bell, hard work and son of a bitch, whether you like me or not, right? They say, you know what? Man like that guy seems to be every relic seems like he works as Asraf. That's what you want people to say. You want people to know you for that work ethic and again, you're, you're can use a lot of fuel that you've heard over the years. A lot of things that you were told Andrew Nye discussing this before the podcast, and I was saying, here's Andrew, you know, ten fifteen years later from his dad making a comment about him when I think you're wearing a tank top or something. Right. I was like shirtless, yeah, we just went swimming even worse. Yeah, we went swimming Collins lake. We still go there lot, but house walking next to to my cousins and my dad was just pointing out like at their physique..
"andrew nye" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"In regards to the new or I guess the new iphone, but the new I less update telling you about. When it comes to limiting how much time you're on your phone, all yeah, I know Android users or probably who welcome to ninety three. We've had this on our phone forever, but you can actually set limits on how much time how much screen time you have on certain apps, Android people they're really hanging on, aren't they? This amazing everybody come light this cast on fire. They get. So yeah, they get so angry so angry anyway, as we were talking about a lot of this, there were some other people that we just kinda had mine and I was talking about the speech from Kevin Durant will attach that to this podcast Nevin Durant, you know, he when he got the MVP MVP for the NBA about two years ago, he went up and gave this great speech, and he talked about his mom, and he talked about how she was so critical to everything that he ever did, how she always made sure they had food and all the stuff, but he said he remembers, they moved into an apartment and it was him mom and maybe like another family member, and they just sat on the couch and just cried because they were like, this is so wonderful to be in this apartment with this cool couch, like they were so happy there. So like overcome with joy that they that they cried. He really like enjoyed that moment with his mom and it kind of, you know, the story of. Here's a guy and his mom who who didn't have a whole lot. He grew up with nothing. So there's definitely a lot of pain associated with even though he had a loving mom, which is amazing. And that helped guide him through everything. They had a lot of pain when it came to finances, which is a pain for a lot of people. A lot of marriages, the still they still say that you know more marriages are destroyed by the pain of finances than they are about. You know, people cheating on each other and stuff like that. So it was just a really cool speech to he's talked about his mom, you know, or at least I think you saw Muslim wake him up and making them run. Yeah. And you know, making sure he was well fed to to be strong dimly basketball and stuff like that? Yeah. When he's talking about the apartment, I thought it was great because he was like, we got our -partment and he's like, man, we thought we made it. Yeah, like shit. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. And then now he's making one hundred million dollars or something. Something something really crazy like that. You know, we think about some of these other people that we've kind of run into over the years guy like Pete Hrubesch, you know, Pete Rubik, you know, he's a guy that would gut out these crazy crazy sets dead lifts, and there's a video that that Andrew Nye watching old video from super training that was edited by our boy, Kevin Sampson, and he's the fuck your elbow guy. Shout out to him Kevin, put together this great video about how. Use this fuel used these negative things that people say, and he used it as ammo and you and you turn it into you turn into a weapon and use it against people because people will say, shit you, they're going to tell you that you never gonna make it. They're gonna tell you never gonna amount anything. They're gonna tell you to short, you're tall, you're too fat. You're to this to that and they don't understand none of it makes any sense because these people, they don't know your heart. They don't know who you are deep down inside. They don't understand your mindset. They can't look inside your body and understand how bad you want to actually do these things. And so you can't ever absorb those things doesn't make any sense to really absorb them, but what you can do, you can take note of it and you can say, hey, thank you very much. This.
"andrew nye" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Do I go to? I went to high didn't I know I'm way up here. I think you're fine. We started, we started. Okay. Bear with me everybody. All right. So he'll just in my microphone check one, two. Many all live on Instagram here. I guess I'll go off this Cup even though I'm actually gonna be using that Cup. So that's where I was having a hard time. I was going to set it up on the other microphone, but I'll set up on this Cup. Anyway, we're live on Instagram. We're live on Facebook. You can check us out. Live on YouTube and these bitches go up on other places to what Google play Google play. I tune Stitcher like we're all over the place. Mark bells power project pod bean sends me stuff all the time being on their of never even heard of them, but thank you for them. Oh, there you go. So Andrew Nye gotten some good conversation yesterday had a great podcast as always as usual and today was a busy day, did a lot of lot of meetings Andrew's been over here? Oh, Nick, platinum, what's up? Nick platinum. How a be homey. Andrew Nye had a busy day today. He was plugging away, upload and stuff messing with pictures and doing all the Andrew things that he does being the Swiss army knife that he is utility back. He's good for first down. Second down, third down, fourth down special teams could be third and thirteen. It could be fourth in one you don't. You don't really know. Andrew could be in the game, speaking of like Marcus Allen from back in the day. So I played tech mobile last night, no way, and it was Niners versus l. readers the Niners are hard to stop. Yeah, but it's throw to rice every time he catches it Rice's pretty amazing. But Jackson is really hard to stop. He's basically a possible Derek tuck says, what's up. You got to be careful that they might that say at too fast, screw it up, but. Anyway, yeah, tech mobile. You know, if you saw the giants. I think the hardest team stop because Mark Bavaro would do a little button hook, you know, catch from Phil Simms and like he just couldn't stop it. Even when you pick the other guys play in and it's all out blitz about just kinda peering over at the other guys control that a sin was so good. I remember shoes so cheap, some guy in the neighborhood. He called it a paddle. Don't we looking over at my paddle paddle. Troll, hey, you know what? Dude I'm hard up for friends to come over and.
"andrew nye" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"And then this and then on the weekend this weekend, I, I sweating to my garage and did some walking on the treadmill, stuff like that. So I still been getting in some cardio, but you know, real cardio. That'll be added back in soon. I'm trying to see like I'm trying to see how much I need and that wouldn't tend city the walking on a scale on one to ten is probably, I guess in terms of walking, it's probably like a seven or something like that, but in terms of where batches up to the way I was going on the step mill or whatever. Stairmaster it's probably only like a five, you know? So it's not real. It's not real intense. It does certainly isn't replace what I was doing on the stairmaster, but I'll bring all that stuff back in. Whenever I feel is necessary. I wanna get really lean for around the time of the Arnold classic and so have a long ways to go before that time. So as long as I have good habits as long, I don't get too far away from my body we and as long too far away from like dune cardio then should be totally fine. Can we pre footy cardio. I guess you could. I guess you is. I guess you could. Maybe I heard before you get tired. Well, you can do sprints or something, but it would make the cardio even harder. I just thought of that right now, but that's all I got forty buddy in terms of some of the bodybuilding stuff that I wanna share with people is that you know doing all these all these none of say, reps, you know people, I think they have misconception that you just going to be doing tons and tons reps and they wanna kind of chase the pump. But what I've learned so far is that when you chase the pump, it's hard to it's hard to get the pump the way that you want, and it's hard to keep it. So that's why in a lot of our training, we've been going little heavier. I like for example, on chess day, we might take our time with that first movement. The first movement could be an incline bench and we could do sets six or sets eight. And when we're doing sets the Sixers, that's eight. You're not really getting pumped there because the rest interval is is not super short. We have two, three, sometimes four guys going you a lot of times just Andrew Nye to though, but the rest interval is decent because of the amount of weight that we're using for the six eight rep range that we're doing. And so you're not really getting a pump, but then the next exercise that's when the the rest periods starts starts shorten up a little bit. The amount of reps we do get a little bit less and we're, we're moving at a much rapid more rapid pace, and then we might move into machines and cables and stuff like that. But I think a lot of times people are trying to, you know, right off the bat, they're trying just to to do the same style, a workout. Every single time. Don't be afraid to switch it up a little bit. I'm afraid to go after something a little bit heavier. I before you go and try to get that pump. I've had pump before in the beginning of the workout. And then I had it just kind of like disappear. And I'm like, what the hell happened. I had a pump, you know, I, I was feeling really good and, and all of a sudden it, you know, just whatever reason diminishes on healing the hawk and with what's cool about the when we switched to a lighter weight. The rest period is usually just another movement. Yeah, like today was closed bench and then easy. Easy curl bar curls, which was yeah, felt awesome because he really felt the pump..
"andrew nye" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Now, just you know that already and so you know that you're gonna grab for these different foods and you're gonna eat these different things. And it's just it's just it's just the way things are. So if you're on a diet and your, let's let's say that you're on a diet, but you have no plans of competing in show you just trying to lose some weight every three, four, five days, whatever you deem necessary. Let's say once a week, if you real apprehensive about even trying this once a week, just stay on your diet, but just kill tons of food that day. Still everything. Everything within reason. Maybe like maybe you don't use butter. Typically, AB us a little bit of butter. Maybe you normally don't use ketchup us a little bit of catch-up. Just try to make sure those things don't creep into the next day, but just have at it. You know, go ahead and go and eat a large meal, even something like the sour dough bread, crush your meal. And then if you wanna eat some sour dough at some butter on it crush like two or three pieces, but try to do it after your meal. So that that way you're not eating seventeen slices the summer dough bread. You should be killing it in the weight room. You should be trained in your face off. And so these extra calories are going to get from this one particular day shouldn't be breaking the Bank. We're not. We're not in it for the moment were in it for lawn, the long term, and I talk about it all the time. You know, if you wanna be good at something, then it's going to take some effort. But if you want to be great at something is going to take a lot, you know, Andrews made some huge improvements arms are getting bigger, getting better shape, but it's gonna be a while before he goes to a trade show with us and somebody that he doesn't even know goes damn dude, like somebody that he knows somebody that you've seen before and haven't seen you in a while. You'll probably get that reaction for some people, but it's gonna take a little bit not a little bit and take a lot of it's gonna. Take a lot of training can take a lot of eating when we go to one of these trade shows and they're like dude with funk wise cameraman. So Jack, my I dunno says way we. Roll around here. Sorry, we can't do anything about it. I can't make them any smaller. He's just, he just wants to be Jackson. And so all that kind of plays into all this and you have to pay attention on all fronts. It's not just the food is not just the food that you select the food you selected important? Andrew Nye are pretty much on similar diets. We got rice. We got potatoes. I like oatmeal. So throw some that in there, the car list is like there's not a ton. You know, if you wanna throw in some vegetables, have some vegetables in there. Avocados are fair game. Those things are delicious. What about just like your everyday fruit like strawberries grapes? Yeah, is totally fine. You know if we're trying to, if we're trying to really like sharpen up at some point and we're trying to just not that fruit would prevent you from getting tight and getting in good shape. But a lot of times he just start to eliminate a lot of stuff just to get rid of excess calories. And maybe the fruit would be like, if I think if I had fruit available to me during the bodybuilding stuff. Doing? I probably would eat a lot of it because I'd be like, oh my God, it the taste, the taste is so damn good. At that point, your home, my God. This is so good when I'm trying to pound more food in like or go to in and out. Normally just hamburger patties, but if I want to eat more audit, cheese is cheese. Okay. Yeah, cheeses. Great. You know, cheese, I, I love cheese. I love. I love the cow. Calcium is a big factor in there..
"andrew nye" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"Today's also any of the thoughts now that there is more clarity on the peter's trade in bordeaux's contract are two big topics from monday show right well andrew nye disgusted clearly but the offset in the board of contract makes that even better for the jags in my mind and then on the peter's trade you know again they got as much as they could get form they called every team and so i think the fact that that's as much as they could get despite the fact they called every team i think that probably says a lot about how much of a handful markers pieterse's so we'll see and maybe even some inconsistencies in his game he's a little bit of a little bit of a risktaker this is andrew likes to say it is deletion season since monday the bears have cut cornell mcphee in quinton dem's panthers cut court coleman and charles johnson the chiefs parted ways with ron parker i think i fall somewhere where ron parker has more defensive snaps for the chiefs last year than any other player so they are not messing around derek johnson marcus peters alec smith ron parker a match or even done yet panthers i get it some of these teams decide this guy's not worth the money anymore and we can better utilize that elsewhere but it's still doesn't sound like the panthers they're going to be able to resign andrew nor well and maybe not stole the tula either i mean i i if you listen to the even money podcast which we just posted i'm i'm i'm kinda down on the panthers for next year man adjust they get a lot of negativity swirling there and it's hard to see mostly what happened if free agency but based on the rumors and what they're doing so far it's hard to really see them getting better than they were last year.
"andrew nye" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris
"They eat worse they shoot themselves accidentally at rates dramatically higher they have more other kinds of accidents you could you could the drugs drugs are certainly part of the not all of it and the fact that is not this that that is not maybe the issue uppermost in people's m that that's not issue one i find that amazing i think it has to become issue one and and the problem hugh though is that the is ideology into what happened is the politics became one ideology versus another and they never changed so that those of us do if started out and and i still think of myself as a a small sea conservative but those of us who started out leaving the the problem of the 70s was overweening government too high taxes needed to be reformed needed to be opened up too many tariffs that was a completely legitimate position because those are the problems of the time that has now run its course it has succeeded and therefore now is a failure what is happened is that the near liberalism that was needed and '70s he's actually poison in 2017 it is not addressing the issues and yet brian in the republicans put this this bill through this entirely not about reality that is entirely about ideology and also people are punished severely punished both socially and politically if they change their minds andrew nye worse than you can do apparently is to decide this time i'm going to support a democrat wrote the republic then there's no incentive for you no incentive for anybody in this system to come out and enter the center.
"andrew nye" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?
"Oh cool pref yeah what's up you are listening to yellow his this racists the the oath she asked ray rice i i i've just feeling thank you thank you both so much for bringing some musical style so this shit has like this chassis bullshit in that my style i'm you know what this is great are you ready to yours its raises money was adt i host this show with the help of special guest or what i'm good special guests and in this head actually truly it is because it is that much less work to have two one other person talking out mike i don't need to think about shit as much returning guests sandy break and milan of vine troubh what's showed you i am i going a long time before me before i was lucky last two was an is it gonna make you upset if i say yes now those dark okay but andrew nye i did meet through you mtv may be six years ago yeah nice yarmuk connector you know i can i was thinking back to the first time i was on the show and how many things i said were not racist and i didn't listen to it because i knew that would just pissed me off but i was thinking there are times where i was like well you know because i am firm was begging santa rosa gulf someone had like an whose beck themed party i wouldn't be upset and now an end zone at in your wall all i will definitely woken up to some things i've definitely woke up no no i don't mean to say past her walked a horrible.
"andrew nye" Discussed on Pop Shop
"We are the real quick thing about this i i like that a blind the bring other which is even if you aren't well yes that is a great wind and it must be like it because it applies there are two things which is and that they should be but as she herself race i love the the has just added something bad but why's it feel so good it's like three course thinking about old taylor swift like she never did anything bad you know any even if she did she would never admit to it and it wouldn't feel good she'd feel guilty i run us just like he had owning up to who she is there who people think she is right as i said i mean we'd andrew nye enters the coming around again podcast on earth can we talked about taylor on that one which i'm sure will be live by the time this goes live on i said something similar so if anyone happened to hear both card neither a feeling myself but i i love that on this one she's like she's grown up a lot in the sense that she's like put herself as like the villain in a lot of these love stories like she's the person on a gorgeous who lake has a boyfriend but goes out and tries to like meet some when you in the tries to take them home with her yeah which is something taylor of you know three helms ago would have you know found disgusting and horrible awful uh you know on something bad she saying you know she does something babbitt it feels great and she would do it again like no this is very like you know she's like grownup kind of path some youthful naievety and this like aware that you notice that has basically lived life and you know i don't to speak for the entire world but like many people in romantic relationships you're gonna find at some point you know the you're not always the victim sometimes you look back you're like okay why was the bad guy in that one i was the one who did the the wrong thing and cheese you we allege he gets criticize left for kind of always playing the victim is interesting that on this album i feel like she's morley playing.
"andrew nye" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"Uh since i wrote about it last it's the works to say no um i don't think there are a lot of windows seven and eight product he's floating out in the world of that are unused and our retailer would we would meet this but if you have one uh you can use it to install in the new computer you can use it to install uh would just had that his uh in a virtual machine if you wanna do that you could install it a boot camp you could upgrade from windows ten home to pro if you have the appropriate window seminary practically all kinds of cool stuff he can do with it if you just had that product but anyway it's the works uh that's really good news that's fantastic yeah this isn't the my tip but a found since writing this that remember there was the other worker around where you could get widows ten for free which was if you used assistive technology right microsoft would give you with a witness ten upgrade for free uh they announced this past week that that deal is ending i think on december 31st that means on january first second half the tests if the product keith things to work through the kinda makes sense but they might kill those two things that this type of though we will see um and i have three at picks it looks like they're all mobile app picks a mix sir beta is now available on andrew nye she might know that this already of mixer and also a mixture create up on those platforms this is a brand new app it's being completely rewritten to work better and faster and so forth so uh if you are a mixture fan you will want that uh three abs with key beta only on aired rate has been updated with custom photo themes that means you can add like a personal photo below the virtual keyboard you know.
"andrew nye" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"Right in an andrew nye touched on that a little bit what what are they interesting about bread v eight engine i talked about his higher and the familiarity there between he and andy reid and two things i like about this number one he earned his way he was in turn with the eagle's when he was a grad assist in delaware then he was andy reads personal assistant for like three years that is a tough job that is an all day sucker as they say and that's where he really earned andy reid trust with those three years and he's worked his way up through the scouting department i might have said this on the podcast earlier bri i don't know if i did or not but brett vitro senior in high school to senior i was and his high school mount carmel is a powerhouse they've won more games than any other school in the state of pennsylvania it's in the coal region of pennsylvania tough area and he wanted to say championship is a sophomore 94 and then again is a senior in 1990 six that was our senior year and he was state player the never forget d'alema mary coach came to my house right after he was at pratt vitez houses and brett vetos estate play year made me feel really cool i was like while you're at the state player the years house men who would have thought that i i in a plan seven years the nfl umbrella and the now being the gm of the kansi chief so i'm happy for him after a bunch different reasons because he earned it the hard way the long way nothing was handed to him this is a sobering news back cardinals head coach bruce arriens wait kitty cancer during the 2016 season.
"andrew nye" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"He's now skipping the nfc south or some bad news for the saints in nick fairly as the steady tackles placed on the nf i list as a result of his heart condition that insas 2017 season and very likely his career yeah andrew and i talked about that a little bit um that the i feel really bad for nick bats scary stuff anytime we're talking heart i will be interested very interested to see how it sorts out financially between the saints and fairly like andrew nye disgust because it's a it's a unique situation uh i guess the good news if there is any is that he was able to play this long and make a a good amount of money uh but dow their catching it before you know there's the chance of something really disastrous so at the flipside from a football standpoint what a rough offseason you know for the new orleans saints max on your foot injury maybe he'll be back by the first game nick fairly you know out for the year for sure on an fbi list toronto armstead out for a long time maybe this season i mean i think you could make a strong argument that that's the three best lyman for the saints i mean that that makes it really really tough when you lose your three best lyman like that two of them maybe for the year i already thought the saints be a'middling team i know they have higher hopes but going to be tough now.
"andrew nye" Discussed on The Read
"Gorilla afghansoviet david instagram used to be only on our phone poor lastly it when it first came out remember was only on our phone and then when came out there it was going to be compatible with android soon our phone with their authority as was like all wide allied not android users use because some without enjoy uses pictures is always city year i mean it's not like that no more but it used to be back in the day oh my god especially on snapchat on snapchat enjoying on snapchat was always line a do you girls focus like what is wrong i don't know anything about snapchat specifically like argue the android device of andhra powered funds at a greek photos for like a ceremony in was a million after you can use to make a photo of fine there something about snapchat specifically with android franz ray looks varied andrew nye was city but i'm gonna guess the app should do some with a rag is is giving albear reputation overall the widow of the old instagram pitches there they all akashi all each and every hall of diet like who is this taken in the ninety what does however clear frail for all god the big black i ain't trees lippi i would have been a far is well how everybody goes up moving on down uh so new human arjun rimi mall a still don't like each other okay uh let's see were at with things now so first of all i need human eyes will be appearing onto chains upcoming alba um pretty girls like threat music hooker on a wrecker carter realize track fixing case uh with songs out now or maybe albums are now on you decided you wanted just go jumper van take a quick listen.