18 Burst results for "Athle"
"athle" Discussed on Ball
"Always in the place to be and you know i was down in ten see. Yes you know. We had a fun filled weekend. Omar as you know about. We'll hang out you know. I had tickets Front row obviously to the chiefs versa. The titans game right next to jackson mahomes. I told goofy quit dancing. Stop capping tell. Your brother stopped the interceptions. Stop in hitting the head with knees like he's been asterik going against were mice but all i tighten up. I got my fantasy leagues. Dolts travis kelsey. And that's it chill-out licensed sideshow bob killing me. You know what i'm saying like he he he's been playing like athle- He he needs to get his act together right or else if he doesn't get his act together. I'm gonna go down there. i'm gonna. i'm gonna challenges brother dance contests and i might take the mom you never know. I do. Love mills yibo but anyways we had tickets to the chapelle show man is off the chain. Jeff ross started off with jeff. Rouse jeff roth. Roth is the man okay. He's the best roasting comedian but he's always hosts hosting for over over a decade. You know saying this is the pity of how a roasting comedian should be. He was so good he taking twenty people out. The crowd roasted them. Luggage grabbed me. 'cause i would've got on you know what i'm saying i would've i would got autumn. You know what i'm saying. If you if you would have got on me. I would have said. He didn't like the mo for short tails you know sure. Yeah he looks like that mole. You know what. I'm saying if he had a blue sweater onto anyways but after him you know you had actually larry donald rollins and this man he i love actually. He's such underrated comedian. You're on. He's from the dmv. By way of brooklyn I think he grew up in alexandria and he Shows impeach accounting's just starting out. But you know actually is the man he had to get onto song wop. Yes wet ass. I repeat wet. Ask post.
"athle" Discussed on AoS Coach
"Debt. Let's take one final question. That i want to kind of move to your list is we danced around the make a goggles. We danced around us. Some of other are equal clan. Stuff like the the kill oppose would be another one i would consider in my least goblins have always struggled on gets in. General has always struggled a long range shooting. I tried to squeak. Vulgar in the past is just not that good. No random has got a great range of goals line of sight bit. it just doesn't do a lot If i'm in turn struggling and can't take down these boys. I would look at some key. Lebow's i think they're they're a good option to be brought in Because the oracle Something like the war prophet. Which is a great little muddle. That i would bring into my into my get. Saami deduce immortal words and the prophets mass really works. Well with the fun. Randomness of the gleams mites. Now the the the just rolling into dali approach actually fixing really well y the gets work anyway. That's that's important development that the guess gates will lose a game every so often just by rolling random moves athle- speaking of randomness. The bad moon on will asking us about our opinions of the bad moon and we will get to the mega gawking question of but for me. The the bad moon is a nice to have a never build a rounded. It has betrayed me at times where i've role full ones. But i've literally rolled. Full once. And had craig uh describing. I'm like i'll do it next time. I'll do it next turn. Surely next turn while i'll roll another one. Yup you look at the learn. How do you look at the bad moon. Yeah the the bad news to me is just a same when it happens. It happens habits. It's nice to get the plus one The problem i forget the bad news. It's just sperry slowly too many special rooms so it'd be better if you just a little bit in blah blah. A little bit more likely to work. It's also a fact it's also table tongue. Juan went on one quite like day. They're quite like to stop. Stop playing so have to wait to bet which thirty wants to But yeah i mean it's never. It's never changed the game for me that being occasions when the d three more wounds somebody and manage to manage Book because of how. It works dietrich multiple windsor based on the size of the enemy unit and got eighty. One day with you wanna drop a rock on account. His head and ernie was one in six times..
"athle" Discussed on Mac Power Users
"Barking dot com it goes to somebody wanna buy gift of afield guidon None of that stuff. It'll work with clouds. So that's not an option for me. Either yeah yeah. You'd have to set up to rules per fording address and set up the forwarding addresses. So that when the forwarding address of when an email to the forwarding address london in your inbox. The first rule florida at the second rule would probably delete the email And then you have to hope that the the rules run in the right order for that which just sounds like a very wonky system and great so well either way rosemary orchard you are the canary in the coal mine so often for all of us so it makes perfect sense to me that you'd be the first one down this this coal mine insure so it sounds like it's working but you don't like all the features but a good nose. Well yeah i mean. I'm happy that i've tried it. I'll probably a month or so and then switch to something like fast mail Just because they also offer The hosted email service. And they've got the one postulating degration for the addresses per service which sounds pretty nice. Yeah i don't think you'll find anything that has all mine. Rules like g melville. That's the one. I don't think i will but equally i do have always mac mini. I'm setting up my rules right now. we'll see what happens there because if i can set things up so that things work in a way. That really does work for me. Then you know. I'll be happy in the meantime. Things are athle- broken so i'm good with that rose before you leave. Tell everybody all the cool stuff internet. Because i know you are one busy lady right now Well as well as hosting automated with you. I also host at iowa today with mica sajjan over on the twit network And i host nested folders. A productivity pocus with scottie jackson and Aside from that. I have Two books pilcher. Omni focus workflow which will be updated for omni focus for when only focus for gets here And i'm currently in the person who updating take control of shortcuts so Yeah fingers crossed. Apple don't break monterey future rather than theory and then And then your website is rosemary orchard dot com right. Yes yes it is and you can find links to all the social media and everything there as well but if you wanna ask me on twitter it's rosemary orchard. Dick's rose you're right. Well thank you and have a lovely rest of the show.
"athle" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"In. Go ahead and do that. Yes i we had one voicemail played that well we had to voicemails from one person okay. They sent one thursday afternoon and then one yesterday around now okay. Let's see who it is and another thing. Play another tip me on a black guy who killed podcast. See care so my mom cook. I like male. Or i'm nancy. What would up can't i. yeah. I'll keep it up. Keep up the good work you know you know. Keep up the good work. Mr hill town. I here follow this Famous iv only fans model. They got sh- triangle. This week like man have like ten minutes from the career of them like manages creighton. If they wouldn't finish it down all the fans they now. It's man who thank you for that goal. The child dropped out of bay. Mega johnson talking real spicy. A man that was crazy. Oh and you boy. You bought it His preferences politics yes. Man he ramya. Cj curious and every time i get any voice he do. Yeah keep up the good work Thanks thanks for Mr hill for a style. Brian pressure is. It's not just like down this code us. I mean he does have a list of people that he always trying to fuck in. You know. I don't wanna get type of a data guy agrees with i was like i guess we don't may list work this way down stephen smith us which would have been that i mean. That's hilarious love athle- one more time and another thing. Play it for me on a black guy. Who cares.
"athle" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"And don't forget to tell your friends because here it's justice it's nothing personal with the twelfth. Pick san antonio spurs. I'll go isaiah jackson at kentucky. The spurs once lamarcus aldridge was accepted a buyout and then subsequently retired. They don't have much in their front court and they have no really impressive young talent in their front court. So is eight. Jackson checks that box top-shelf athle- delete shot blocker. Rim-protector he can rim. Ron catch lobs is still mostly otherwise limited offensively. So that's a concern the defensive fundamentals verge great as he can be on that end of the court in the sense of creates a lot of highlights. Hit a ball on the backboard. The defensive fundamentals are quite where you'd like them to be but there's just a lot of natural stuff to work here. I mean he can. He can run. He can jump. He blocked shots dunks everything a lot. A lot of work to do your your betting a little bit on the come here but there's a lot of stuff to work with. And if you're the spurs not that you should prioritize adding frontcourt help but if you necessarily but if you if you want to try to add in impressive young talent to your front court isaiah. Jackson is certainly an option that they could consider you know late in the lottery. Yeah it sounds. Like the spurs are looking pretty pretty Maybe adding someone in the front court out financing goon is an interesting option. Here number twelve i liked is eight jackson pick with the thirteenth pick the pacers. Select michigan's franz wagner supernanny forward from from michigan. Top notch defensive player. He can switch in and play multiple positions. I like a size six foot nine. I think he has just high level role. Playing potential guy. Who i think is going to be a three indeed type of player in the nba. To me he's like a safe high floor prospect Shot just under thirty five percent from three last season. He's played to college basketball seasons and he still nineteen years old. So i think there's a lot of improvement here for him to develop an and be a really good. Nba player to all right and with the fourteenth pick. The final one of the lottery the golden state warriors. Here i've got. I'm gonna take iota sue. Now he's a classic case. We've seen it now three straight years. He clearly gets better freshman a sophomore sophomore junior one of the three or four best players in college basketball last season and the way that i define my mock draft publish earlier in july is he's not an a level anything as an nba player right now. But in my opinion he's a b minus to be plus everything. I don't think he has a glaring. This is why we can't draft him outright vulnerable weakness and he's an incredible by by all accounts and credible teammate. Really good locker guy. Complete buy in a plus in your locker room with your franchise your organization if you take him there you know once you're in this spot. Gp you wanna draft someone. It doesn't even necessarily have to be won't be usually like someone that's going to start for you when you're maybe even year to just get someone who is going to be a net positive for your organization and if you can be the first second or third guy off the bench or even as a rookie fourth or fifth guy. See if you can just get someone that's going to click and if you're the warriors and do good i mean come on now that is that is a wonderful fit so i go with him there in that spot with fifteen. Pick the washington wizards. I'll go moses moody at of arkansas. Just a great three d prospect tremendous as an eighteen year old. Freshmen in the sec. Averaged seventeen point six rebounds shot thirty six percent from three and helped arkansas get to the elite eight of the incident retirement. Dead-leg your member for the first time sense and sex. Look at you although he was not. If we're being fair Tremendous in the tournament. But still he was a tremendous eighteen year old freshman. And i honestly like. I'm not sure he'll be on the board on next week at fifteen. But if i'm washington and i can get this type of three d prospect with fifteen pick. I feel real good about it because to your point Norlander you love to get a star with every time every time you select somebody but the truth is back into the lottery or just outside of the lottery if you hit on somebody who's going to be a rotation player for you for a long time like that's a good pick you you've you've you've done well for yourself and so i'd be thrilled if i could get moses moody at fifteen if i'm washington number. Sixteen the thunder are going to select josh giddy from the nbl. He's a six foot eight wing. i think he's the most creative passer in the draft. He led the nbl last season at eighteen years old in assists. He finished the league. Sixth and rebounding. He's got really good size to play. On the way i think he can be kind of like a secondary playmaker in the nba. I think there's maybe some concern about the shot. He shot below thirty percent from three last season But everything else. I in kinda checks out and i i. I'm kind of a sucker for big playmakers. i really liked. Didn't last year in the draft so giddy to me a number sixteen i will. I will take him for the thunder here. Okay i've got. I've got parishes grizzlies right here seventeen. I'm gonna tell you to pick and then parish is gonna tell me if you think this is a. This is a worthwhile fit. I don't think he'd go this high this player but i do think easily. He will be a top seventeen player in this in this draft class. And that's villanova's jeremiah robinson earl. He is now six nine six nine power forward. Who i i think is a top five and jay bilas believes as a top five defender in this draft quality passer. I think it's clear that he's gonna be taken lower than perhaps you should. Because his forte's are asaf mid range jump. Shot can work the post a bit. And he's he's okay from the perimeter but there's there's plenty of room for growth there but hi q player..
"athle" Discussed on Teenager Therapy
"Thanks for having began Coming up next we have our first activist and we have skylar who is incredible. I mean he is incredible athlete. He's a trans athle- and he's been all over giving speeches about his experience would you like transducer yourself Yeah thanks so much. For having me gail schuyler. A uc him pronounced I'm a d- a speaker. Educator life coach and also author. And i guess instagram educator these days as well yeah thank you so much for being on this is going to be. I'm really excited to talk to you. Because i think your story is so unique can also one that is very rare to kind of come across and it's not really something that Is not something that many people have experienced. You're the first transgender transgender. Ncaa d. one meant athlete What exactly does that even mean. Yeah so the ended ablaze college. Athletics d one is the top tier of athletics And i was the first trans man to compete as a man. Indeed athletics What does that mean. It means difficult lonely in many ways it means it was empowering means i got to keep swimming which is one of the most important things in in In my life. For as long as i can remember Yeah means a lot of different things. So can you take us back to when you were in high school because after all this is a podcast for teenagers and i want to know who you were freshman year and what your life was like back then all right freshman year. So i'm like fifth fourteen fifteen right somewhere in there a honestly i. I was super weird really quirky. I love the color green still like the green of green beans. I was swimming all the time. That was sort of when i got. I got good at swimming. So i was training. Twenty plus hours a week my life revolved around swimming. I think all the clothes i wore were soon closed as well from different. Some meats i was very driven very I wanna say robotic actually at the time in this kind of can concise way into mental health as well. But i think i was so focused on swimming in on on school in getting good grades winning all those gold medals that i didn't have much of much of myself outside of those things the i became my accolades. Yeah that sort of summary of what. I was like at the time but i don't know where you want me to push all i can say more about anything i think i want. I would love to know I guess sort of your experience being out ubt hugh plus you in high school I think right now there is a. There's definitely i think. Lgbtq youth have a hard time in school. because it's a really interesting time for many of us where Starting to get to know ourselves starting to get to know who we are what we like and that could be very lonely ri- and For for many incoming freshman. They're starting to find yourself. So what were you like..
"athle" Discussed on Just Don't Lose The Money Podcast
"Retirement dot com john of your ever had anybody go down to the social security administration and tried to do this on their own and come back very confused or even with wrong information when they come to your office we have individuals call social security to get numbers to kenneth confirmed things and then i always say well call him again and they always get finances house parts. So sometimes you're at the mercy of who's answering the phone They they well seasons. They veterans and what they're doing or are they just kinda knew this so you can. You can get multiple answers from social security on the same question. Well here's a guy we're going to tell you a quick story here about a guy who really had a hard time. His name is jeff athle- and in two thousand seventeen for some unknown reason. Social security declared him dead deceased and he tried to say. Hey i'm still alive dude. And and so he actually called the social security office and he took him so long unwind this that he started a video blog and this is the first call as he reenacted to the social security administration. Thank you for calling the social security administration. How can i help you today Well apparently y'all think that. I'm dead. And i guess i'm just wondering what to do about that. You are dead now. unfortunately i'm not going to be able to resurrect you myself Sorry did you just say resurrect me. Yes that's the legal term not mind. Please don't sue but if you go to one of our in person offices. They should be able to help. Prove your life luck. Yeah i it took him. Four years of wrangling back and forth with them he went down there and he brought his birth certificate his passport and his id and they still wouldn't declaring alive..
Wisdom From Ethiopian Running Culture: An Interview With Dr. Michael Crawley
"What was it like going from basically running at sea level to running at that kind of altitude and explain this the kind of training conditions with a group that you were you were running with. Should i mean it was tough. To begin with a takes a good week we can off to get even a little bit us to choose but i thought it's very easy to kind of assimilate into Basically they believe very strongly that you have to train with other people in order to get better so the first kind of morning. I went out for a run Just into the forest above living and started jogging somebody came in michi- just grabbed me a of moping group of athletes trying to save you from the hyenas right yes that yet as part of it but then also just like this idea that if you wanted to athle- have to surround yourself with people today said training on your own is good staying healthy but if you want to transform yourself Become a better run. And you've got to be the people time. So that i guess kind of made it easier but also hotter in some ways because i was expected to try and keep up with people who lot better athletes than i am and i was able to. I mean for the most part for the kind of forest running which is a lot of what they do is is more kind of trail. Running weaving in and out of eucalyptus forest allow of that. Running is actually very slow which is great because the men that i was able to keep up And actually learned from kind of following their footsteps. I suppose when they do that when they run through the forest they sort of zigzagged and kind of go randomly which they believe helps Helps with what exactly so. I think it's so of mainly to as a way of kind of recovering from training so we did basically three really tough runs in a week on monday wednesday friday mornings and then apart from that most of the running was in forest which from my perspective when i first arrived who is not a particularly easy place to run. So kind of ferry hilly Very tightly packed trees lots of tree roots and rocks and things like that underground. And yeah as you said. We kind of weaved in out of the trees in zigzag backwards and forwards. I think that was part of it was to kind build a guilty and things but it was also showed running nice and slowly on the easy days so they believe very strongly that you have. You know you could eat three hot sessions than rest of you. Running should be quite regenerative quite easy quite varied in terms of service and things like that so they would deliberately run in places that were difficult to run in in order to make sure they went slowly and didn't do too much. That was the logic.
"athle" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"I knew kind of early on as a young child that i was interested in being aware on a long story for another time maybe over drinks or something but out but I you know so that was always my mind You can't major. In law undergrad So i thought about the things than And i was released in business. I majored in business And then i also just kind of like tricked into a philosophy class freshman freshman year and really loved it. So i i got a second nature lost feet And philosophy ended up being like my favorite classes throughout my for years of underground. But kind of getting mike. And i think to be honest Was probably the only like business philosophy major in campus. Just kind of a weird combination. But but i really appreciate it as Business fundamentals or super gordon. If you wanna be doing anything. Visit squirrel and i was particularly about Both lost via comic really significant in terms of helping me understand arguments and out to set them out to break down by. Count them How to build that meant so when you think about all almost everything that we do is couched in terms of some type of persuasion And some type of argumentation. And i think i've always been naturally inclined to that But at same wasn't really helped me shape that in really interesting ways And that ended up being very helpful. It's law school new grad and law. School just kind of like us study on like all things law school Doesn't really unprepared to be a good lawyer. Helps you to think in certain ways that kind of map onto our legal system built around identifying liability at reducing legal risks but So you know plus is very helpful. That law i did like humbly. Didn't i didn't know what i what i wanted to do outreach. So often i to do something law and no idea come with In real life you know what i do as an adult in as a lawyer but being these coast to law school in dc and I was kind of having you on a business school in all school east coast. My mind was super of finance oriented. So didn't internship at a big bank in two thousand eight. And so for france you i doing internships in making right now congrats. Thousand eight was way worse year to do an internship in banking Just because you know basically. I started my internship right after bear stearns collapsed and the entire summer washing. The economy throws a cliff ending in october with meaning. Lehman brothers least work so So super kind of impactful Excuse my life but really informed Undergrad a kind of like really informs finance oriented and so out of law school. I started out working at a big law firm in new york city. they call them white shoe law firms. They're like like old and traditional. You know a superstar fee. And i started out having large banks as clients Which sounds really cool like it. Sounds like a really big banks like citibank like a client and to be honest. It's not it's not gonna exciting as it sounds eulogised calling working across from the such and such inverse like multi-thousand athle- organization And while you provide very limited marginal legal expertise. They don't really need you for much more than that other than like administrative things that they don't do themselves so after fears of that..
"athle" Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast
"You're gonna see a minus one ten behind the team name and that's called the vague or the juice that basically means minus one ten means that you have to put down one hundred and ten dollars to win a hundred dollars back plus the one hundred ten that you put in In that one hundred ten. I mean why. Isn't it one hundred to win one hundred. Why is it. I have to put down one hundred ten to win one hundred all. That's the little tax that the sports book kind of takes to take your bet. Gotcha that that money goes missing. Okay exactly about confusing. I tried my very best to use them simple. You know what. I already feel like. I'm learning stuff. Okay good so. I guess i mean the next question. You mentioned about the odds who determines the odds is at. I'm sure there's the odds. God's somewhere that are that are determining all these odds. Is the money line determined by the odds of the odds determined by the money line or the to it at all and my just pulling stuff. But what's happening all. These numbers are determined by the sports book. And they have these special algorithms that determine that can go bypass games. They go by injury report. They go by whether they go buy a ton of factors that we wouldn't even think of and if they're not getting enough money on one side del adjust those numbers to make it more appealing to us better to go to the other side to kind of balance it out so the sports books you know will make money at the end of the day rather than losing money. Well course of course as you. And i both know. Las vegas was not built on winners night. Athle- up next from episode number fifty one cheating. The odds from vegas aces. Here's heather farris. So the first step when you're learning how to count cards is you learn the basic strategy It's also good to know the house edge when you're learning how to count cards the next step after you've done both of these is to learn a count system so what counts system. Do you wanna use. There's ton of count systems out there but which ones you use. Well i'm going to give you three count systems but the first thing you do is what's the point of the count system The point of the system is to give the player enough information to determine one went to bed more to winter deviate from basic strategy and three went to take insurance now. Depending on what you want to accomplish you're gonna use a different count system for each. So which one do you wanna to choose. Well first off. I most important thing is what kinda game you wanna play. Are you going to be playing a single deck or multi deck game because that's going to determine one count system. The second thing you're going to determine is what is the easiest count system for you. what can you learn. Some people are different. They can learn different counts systems easier than others but what counts. System is easier for you because a lot of them are pretty much. I'm not saying all of them but a lot of them are pretty much the same. It's just a point zero point one deviation so if one system is easier for you to learn the other system and there's only at that point you know zero point one deviation learned the one. That's easier for you because if it's easier for you when you're in the casino in you're using it. It'll be easier for you to get through that stressful period. Because it is stressful. When you're doing shirt is now. Both of these questions are far more important to what system to use a lot of people say you have to use an advanced system. That's not necessarily the case. Simple as perfectly fine the monetary different between the advanced count and this simple count unless they're playing like several hours a day seven days a week. You're basically not going to see that in a lifetime of you so you might as well just do the simpler the better you know so. Let's talk about the three different counts. The first one we're gonna do is the hi lo and this is the most common one and it's also the easiest one to learn. Now what you're gonna do is every single time. You see an ace or ten you're going to subtract one. Okay if you see a seven eight and nine. Those are zero value cards and you're not gonna do anything with the count if you see a two three four five or six. Then all of these are plus one value. And you're going to add to the count so if you see a two. That's plus one. If you see a three now you're a two if you see a five at three if you see an ace your back to to you see what i'm saying so it's just adding and subtracting book super easy super easy super okay now. That is the high low. Just so you know it's also cloud plus or minus and it is usually used for most counting systems now if you want to do just single deck. Let's say you found a single deck and you wanna do accounting system for just a single game than what you would use is the high opt one and the high opt one count system was created by lance humble. And this is really good for the single deck. And how you do that is all of. The aces are grouped with zero crowd. So that way. There's no chance of an ace. Busting a hard sixteen or hurting a double down hand. So in that case all of the tens are valued as negative one. So they're subtracted from the coun- all of the aces to seventy eights and nines or zero value. And all of the three four five and six are valued as plus one so you add that to the count and that helps with the single deck so the single deck is the only deck. You get the true count. Everything else is basically the running count. And i'll explain that here in just a few minutes okay. the last one the last system that we're going to go over the ten count and now is created by edward thorp in his book. Beat the dealer and this is basically what you used to take advantage of the Insurance so same thing. All of the tens are minus one and everything else zero. So what you doing with a ten count is you're just keeping count of all of the tens that way when you have insurance win. Dealer has an ace up. You know the probability of whether there's a ten underneath that s or not you know whether to take insurance or not and that's the whole reason why you're doing the ten count so depending on what Weakness you want to take advantage of would depend on what count you would use any questions so far so going back to the the legit counting the plus one minus one stuff that one see. Here's the problem that i would have. I need a freaking calculator to.
"athle" Discussed on Cardionerds
"MERIVA PATCHY MID, myocardial pattern. There was some RV insertion site enhancement, but more of it was noted laterally out near the apex laterally in the mid wall I appreciate. The reason I ask is because in cardiac amyloidosis, the lge typically sub into cardio and in contrast to skinny cardiomyopathy, it's a few rather than in a vascular pattern, and so this is just another bit of evidence that points US Open from amyloidosis into Elsa that the hunt continues excellent point. Exactly. So let me mentioned with some of the findings with patients negative can in the lack of. On the amyloid screening labs I think at this point, we can effectively rule in this patient is clinical history presentation also do not suggest some Western will disorders fabry's he doesn't quite fit. The age criteria has his he has symptoms such as neuropathic pains, gi symptoms, and also common things being common I'm thinking this is more of a heavy traffic center show as mentioned the hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Goes up on our list hypertensive heart disease, Athle- tarts also on the differential. But like we mentioned these likely not an athlete and we don't see evidence of stenosis without as well based on his findings in his findings I'm more inclined to think of a hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Ajay why don't we discuss it typical mariah findings of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy a little bit further Hashtag donut of true true through. This is GonNa be tough because I have to follow up these excellent Cardi nerd segments from way back in the day just a disclaimer that I learned all of this from them. But as mentioned emery become a great diagnostic tool in cardiology and it can aid in the differential of ventricle hypertrophy for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Emery in particular has been shown to be superior to echo in identifying mental hypertrophy in areas that are not easily identified the Echo. It's true. Strength is that AIDS both in the diagnosis of hypertrophic as well as of with hypertrophic. CMO AIDS in visualizing parts of the ventricle that are not wealthy Nanako. This includes they'll be apex basil at Your Wall Intra lateral wall in infra septum while an asymmetric interception pattern of hypertrophy is the most common presentation. Many patients have diffused. LV. hypertrophy involving up to fifty percent of the myocardium. See are also helps us assess RV hypertrophy left cler outflow track gradients, mitral valve leaflets, poplar muscle insertion, and other structures. A may be difficult to assess with echo uncertain patients..
"athle" Discussed on Semi-Pro Gridiron Rant
"You should play the hot hand. No matter what. and. It's the same thing that. When we use when we used to talk to me about me and they're used to tell me all the time. I I want you I. Want you there because you know right now you're playing better right I. understood it but it was like I don't WanNa play it but I I understood it. So you know it was different. It was a different it's a different beast when you're dealing with two coaches that are fueling, you can never win like that. So we lost that championship game twelve to six. We lost that on a fake plant. We actually the guy called the on our team. He jilted love he ju-. To the right he turned around in a complete circle. Dan. Went to pitch the ball back at Pistole Balsas team. Oh Wow. Yeah. So That was you know the second phase where I lost three championships? Thirty five, reply one, my I lost three. All right. So let's fast well, let's talk real quick about our season together. So that was I'm trying to remember what year that was getting old mass twenty, twenty, twenty, fifteen, I was fifteen. After thing. So so we have A, we have a season together TJ played. They played everything for us You know like I said, Great Athlete, we've had him. Running in the slot, we had them run out wide. We had them running quarterback having a big we had. We tried running try some Cam Cam place with you where we had back. Runs for you we had them playing DB and some gains we hadn't played both. Helvin. Athle- believe like you said, it was we were kind of forced to play you there. I mean yeah. Unfortunate John Break in his back the year before John Ronald, who came in. On a system that you're a little bit. had he been healthy? We could let you play defense in them come on in played slot occasionally instead of having to. Try to squeeze album so that you know injuries in in the semi pro level. Each. Yup, but So then let's fast forward to you said, you went to the blackhawks right. Before we go there. Yeah. I WanNa make sure that we get this completely clear your Jacksonville spartans. Under can were. The two thousand fifteen. North Conference champions. In you're Phil. We wanted division although we didn't go to the playoffs because the blackhawks. spillers they own aboard. But yeah we went to the I don't know about science told you that coach we got credit for winning..
"athle" Discussed on Run It Again
"They would have to spend. So on so forth is that? Is that factor in here at all Mike? Is that a part of this? What we're talking. I'm not sure I quite understand it on I. Just just kind of looks nasty, doesn't it? You know that they're asking the players to a lot of money. Let's take a thirty. Five percent hit to help fund their losses. I just don't know I think I think in the in the foul houses. If there wasn't a season, they would happen to negotiate some sort of. Pay these players. Not It's not gonNA. Be Their salary, but they had to do something for them I. They just from a moral standpoint. Let it. I'd that's what I think, but you know I'm different so I don't i? Don't know that. This thirty five percent escrow deal makes a lot of sense to me in their heads into bed. I guess in terms of you know. If the season does not finish or does not even start, or you know I guess it would be to some point. Let's play two games and you'RE GONNA. It's you lose the season. In some way. They're trying to hedge your bet with this in Athle-. It must be legal otherwise. It wouldn't throw it out there and do that, but I think this is a lot of posturing by both sides. You know to get something done. These neither one of these sides of ever gotten along at all period. They're just they just don't like each other. Why? Why is that before I go on to the next points on this just mighty? and. In, other words these guys. These owners are all very wealthy man. You know they're all billionaires. In clubs, a lot of money and one of the reasons is to make money. And these just. They're running a tight ship and if you will in these players want to be compensated fairly for and rightfully so and so that there's what they think is fair, and what yardstick a never it never really matches Hawaii owns the readiness sharing thing to me. I think it united talked about the day on the phone. the things that the NBA The baseball have mental does not have. An miss about in the last NFL PA negotiations that they've to get that done. Makes more and more money. But then by the same token when they're taking a hit, then the obligation for the players would be that. You have to share his loss. And I've always wondered why. That was from player standpoint. Baseball. It seems like. Baseball in the get along differently. It seems like when they go to negotiation. They WanNa make things work and I know now. You could look at this past situation here this. In these past couple of months in their negotiations, they've been as rocky as I as I've seen in a while, but it just feels different basketball. Oh my Gosh! It doesn't feel like there's ever any strife between those two like NBA on her. What are you guys want? Okay here. It is fine. Can we go play now? I never hear about which went from hockey. But but you don't think back to the strike years in how ugly! Those strikes were horrible. Language was between them. And so this got history. That never really got away. You know with the very earlier strikes. What was it the strike? It was at the seventies and early eighties. Yeah, UM trial. was was a nasty, nasty nasty strike. Yeah, and I just never I. Don't believe they ever really recover from so there's a posture that was established there. That's been ugly as never really gotten any better. In, part of that is the leadership on both sides, obviously, but and I do think that the leadership with the players and you know this more people involve. The Messier thinks can get in terms of making decisions, but the in-fighting. It seems that the disagreement if you will amongst the leadership of the Association. It's hard for them to take to come out with something as really viable and meeting fallen. Sums is disagree with their. Be Unhappy with and I think that's one of the reasons why they were never get. They got the road new. Done the Reggie sharing thing. Yes, we. Have for off-season. Things was just know that's it. Come on. I mean that's a popsicle. Okay! We don't have as much time there in the off seasons. Come on that just meeting the owners now now. Now now there's always been. You know we've always had some kind of division within the NFL players ranks concerning our union. I remember when I came into the League gene upshaw. What was was the president and Half the guys supported gene and the other half of the guys didn't support gene and. You know all the the the rhetoric is out there while be careful jeans and Ole Raider and. You know in a lot of that wasn't. Wasn't fair because alternate. I think some things. Jean did helped guys later on in recent programs in place today financially that help players you know gene put in, but that was that was a type of culture. I know what you're talking about Mike that will culture that permeated for for so long so moving forward now in now to flip to the other side. Here's what the League. Essentially has in their back pocket, concerning this whole thing. Okay, if if the the union has. The no force. Mature contract in there's then. The League has football, related or non football related injury. What is this virus? How is it defined? Is it if I go in and play? and. I come down with the virus. Teams Facility Right. Is this considered football related injury or It has to be. Don't you think? It's like a sprained ankle. If your skin and you sprain your ankles non football, but if you sprinkle plan football to to me, it's kind of the same thing you know the off season. If you're not there and you contract it. Who knows where he got it? You know you could have got a Harry's bar and Pajama California. Who knows? Right took place. I haven't been there yet, but I. If ask the facility or your plan a game and you can track it through football then it's a football related injury. Or illness espy considered as well you. One would think okay, but now let me let me back up on this on. This can't if I if I get the virus? You, tested me when I walked into the facility okay. And, I'm clean. And then all of a sudden I get the virus now. I'm worried about my family I'm worried about this and that Blah Blah Blah A. Okay. That's one thing. But what if I now get the virus? This time of year before campus even started. Okay, and then I come in, and you say oh. Yeah, you got the virus. If they play. Would you pay me? Do I get paid if I contract the virus before I came in and I. Don't WanNa play anymore because I don't WanNa. Risk any further damage to myself or my family. Now, what do you do? Well! I think it's like. Anything else in terms of something that happened to you outside of football. That affected your season where you can't play. Does a team. Oh you that money! Weather's the virus or.
"athle" Discussed on The Big Story
"Yeah, and he's also like the book does a good job of like pointing out like what Andrew Bynum looked like at the time when he's like talking to the media after he had hurt his knee bowling he's got a big Afro. Pink Polo on under a jacket and it just looked. Yeah he ain't playing again. Yeah, and it's so. It's so weird, but the NBA moves so fast like we know that covering and following the game. How quickly injury by Abiam went from one of the most feared Athle-. Gifted players assumed to be the next wave of superstar it. Yes, he was twenty four right. And he was still like he was about to get his big contract extension like that's what he was like. He got traded Philly. That offseason assigned to one correct. Yeah, Philly was like he's from the area, so he kind of gave them an assurance that yeah, I can be here for the long haul and remember thunder fans. Andrew by one of the large reasons why the funding ended up kinder- Perkins was because he was that imposing like the thunder. They knew if they were going to go far into the playoffs, and then eventually to a finals they get through the Lakers. So that means you have to get through POW gall. Andrew Bynum. This is a guy that was more than moving the needle in the league, and then just the absolute drop off to you just not playing anymore, and then what? The sixers had to give up, so maybe that accelerated. The same Hickey experience, because if the sixers either stand pat with the guys that they had you know they'd have been a nice. Little Eastern Conference playoff team that could have developed into something. Nice with the guys they have. But they weren't going to. Unless drafted a superstar to go pair along with Andrea dog because I think as we saw his career play out, iggy was never going to be the the one he was always going to be a high in level, two or three best, which became with the warriors If they had stood pat. They could have gone one direction, but probably direction that most spores ations take classically were like okay. We need a bottom out a little bit, but then immediately get better, or let's just build on this that we have and keep trying to keep going into more of a purgatory. Andrew. Didn't work out. It just really opens the door for something so drastically different insane Hanky to even take place in the first place right so the final chapter. This book that we were talking about today of chapter three is is the hiring process of. Yeah Yeah, and so as you're mentioning the. There's a portion of this which you don't really find interesting, but I enjoyed this kind of stuff I don't really know why because I think the owners are this portion of the NBA that have such a huge impact on who wins who loses, but we'd never ever talk about so I like hearing ownership stories because I'm like okay, this makes. Their purchased They're bought by new ownership group, and the first thing that ownership group does is trade for Andrew Bynum, and they think it's this big moment, and there's this great story about him at the press conference you know and having basically a grant from ear to ear pumped about the direction team. Then he has his realization of like. Oh. This isn't exactly what I thought. It was going to be and so they hard reset and so it's almost because they had quote unquote. Guy, running the team. To they wanted to almost pivot a hundred and eighty degrees of the other direction, and you see that all the time coaching hires. Oh, this is the defensive minded coach. He gets fired. The Higher Office minded coach. Yeah, the NFL does that in just hilarity constantly where they are going back and forth between Oh this guy's a dictator. This guy's at. All the players they just whatever they just had, they'll go with the opposite needs to hire. A special teams minded coach. What happens that the giants did this year? And so there's that whole process that and it leads to Sam Hinkie. Who is a young? At the time I don't know if he's still is at the time. He was the youngest general manager and NBA history, but he was coming at it from a totally different angle of what he wanted to do, and he laid out that this is going to be a long term plan. This is not going to be immediate turnaround and he's got some quote. That apparently one in the job in the book I. Wish I could remember them. But he's asked about what his plan and he goes. You know the sixers don't have any assets left. The sixers are bearing in the cupboard, and the ownership was ownership was so taken back by the honesty. Of You, guys didn't just do this wrong. You do this about as poorly as you possibly could. That's apparently kind of swayed them in the fact that he was blunt, and he was up front, and he was honest and kind of laid out his guidelines, and he even use the James Harden Trade as an example of how did how are the rockets able to get? The assets in order to make Jr entreat, having because under fans are rolling their exactly, a lot of the philosophy is like like in order to win championships. You have to have stars, not just one, but you have to have multiple stars in a lot of cases. Well if you get, you have to get one. I in order to possibly attract another one via. Free Agency via trade that could end up that players like I'd like to stay for the long haul because I'm playing with this other superstar like you have to have that. In Tow and he used the rockets as an example because they had the assets of Kevin Martin the first round pick that eventually became Stephen Adams and Jeremy Lamb then wasn't now. Sabrina says. A Second Round pick that it became. Alex Brenes so basically, it was just Stephen Adams but No, it's. It's just interesting just because you kind of talking about how they were like. Yeah, we have this ownership group. We've had this front office. We've got Doug Collins who is a an old school. By the book, Basketball Guy Yeah all right. We're going to do some clearly different. Yeah, we have to go off into the realm of philosophy here and it's. It's such a foreign concept for a GM to get up there and say this is a long term deal because coaches front office people. If they're hired, they get three to five years that it's its long-term in some way shape or form, but what same he he's talking about is even transcends three to five years, and obviously it did in real time anyway. Yeah It's just it's the right team with the right time and again. I think what's so special. This book is that the ownership.
"athle" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Enter coin is right now from my point of view kind of a tragic in a tragic situation because you have to be an accredited investor apparently points to put money into them which means you have to have a million dollars. See what they like to do. Is they like to save opportunities for rich people. I mean that's that's that's no choice. No guys choice. Tragic thing that's imposed upon namic by the by the F neff some Athle- see. Tc NO SEC exchange commit. Yeah and that's because the alphabet boys. Yeah that's because they have what is going to be considered a security in the world of Crypto so they have to follow these rules as we unfortunate though because those rules literally and and I I would to me it was just important to point out the blatant unfairness of reserving opportunities for rich people. I you got a million dollars before you can put forty dollars into that. That's just like having to get a business license before you can do any business. You have to have money before you usually least least. I've never had a business license in my life and I've read a lot of businesses. Well no but he's talking about opening a business you know like publicly can't swing doors open in most cities without having some sort of a permission slip from the gang. Otherwise they'll send guns into put a stop to it right if you're opening a robbery eating a storefront that's certainly true. Yes although I'll bet I could set up as a church in any storefront and have no problem. I would hope so as we do here on. Free Talk Live. Let's go to your calls and your thoughts and this time. I'm going to be very careful about pressing the button to make sure that we get Larry from Indianapolis on Free Talk Live. Hey Larry One person on their talked about how the Badger Keyscafe right? It's about a physics day. Create an invisible poll right L. Which is the corona buyers and then we all come out to worship people are worshiping buyers at on prime lending to want to work. They worship an invisible bars because they can't see it. The government could give it any characteristics that they wanted to ask and we prayed to stock by our economy. We sacrifice our been to some something that we can have and spiritual so that's bad but There's what I'm afraid of. And this is GonNa be.
"athle" Discussed on Your Morning Basket
"My kids don't speak as well as I wish they would. Now but they still understand everything so anyways all of that to say when we started looking at school options there. Was this sense of like. Well I've kind of maybe always wanted to home school but then when it's actually on the horizon it's freaking you out knowing night even do this and so there's a lot of reasons why we home school but but for me. Actually Spanish was kind of like the thing that kicked me over the edge and I was like I have worked too hard. I have put in too many hours for my kids to understand Spanish in speak Spanish to just put them in public school in. Say Goodbye to all of it you know. I'm the only one that speaking Spanish them regularly and I do it during the day when my husband is at work. And so if they're going to be in public school all day they're gonNA come home and we're gonNA speak English as a family. So so Spanish was really like the the big impetus for me. That was like I least have to give it a try. Okay cool well. Let's talk about what this looks like in your day and you started giving us little glimpses of you know the fact that you're speaking Spanish with your kids during the day while Dad's at work and then when when dad's home you kind of switch the family language to English. How do you incorporate the two languages into your Home School Day? You know it was trial and fail or failing trial and error. That's what you call it So in the beginning I just thought well I'm going to present all the material in both languages and my kids are going to love it and it's going to be some fun realizing like number one that is literally twice the work for everyone And number two. My kids are very well aware that I'm asking them to do everything over. And they didn't like it. They were getting frustrated. They were starting to resent Spanish and I was like. Oh my gosh. This is not working and so we tried a lot of different things and I think what it came down for Would it came down to to me was just really looking at what I was able to do because I am not a native speaker and so for example history is too difficult for me to teach kids in Spanish. There's just too many rare vocabulary words that I don't know and I don't have time to all of it and so I've decided we use Good book lists for our history and I read all the books in English math on the other hand. I discovered that we can do entirely in Spanish. Because I use a Montessori based curriculum and it's scripted so it's very easy for me. It's an English but it's very easy for me to see what I am supposed to say. And if there's something I don't know I work ahead a little bit and I look up words and I write them. You know above the English. So that as I'm presenting lessons to my kids the vocabulary is there for me to to grab from so history is only English Mattis only Spanish and then everything else is both and so we do. A lot of nature study in nature journaling and we read books in both languages. Let's see so that would be our science and then we read a lot of Spanish literature. We read a lot of English literature. So I mean I don't know if you have a question but yeah that's Kinda mix and match but that's how we've needed work okay. That is absolutely fascinating and I have so much respect for you as well. And here's the difference. I'm sitting here going. Look at Lauren. And everything she is. Doing that is just absolutely amazing. She's not a native speaker to help her kids. You know to to help them be bilingual. Pam What's wrong with you? You know comes down to that desire. It really really does and use you said earlier. I actually wrote it down that in order to have kids who are bilingual. They actually have to Feel the need to you got other language and I mean that's that's what it comes down to right there. Is you are feeling that. Need to connect with your heritage. And that's what's making it so important for you to put in the extra work to do and also this sounds really beautiful when I'm talking to you but if you were to come to my house on any given morning I mean you would see our home. School is just like anyone else like. Yeah there's a lot of Spanish involved. There's also a lot of tantrums and there's also you know whatever so yeah. I don't want anyone to think that perfectly normal language. Yes No. Yeah okay. Well not too long after I met you you. You came up and started telling me about how you were doing this and you thought morning. Time was a wonderful way to incorporate. More of this are much of this. Bilingual instruction in to your home school. So tell me about how you use morning. Time as a primary place for bilingual instruction yes one hundred percent and actually meeting you and learning about morning time and then after the first time I met you I just started reading everything because I just felt like this is the key like this is the magic. This is how I'm GonNa make it happen because like I told you before I was trying to do everything in both languages or I was just switching back and forth from English to Spanish Willy. Nilly and I wasn't really thinking about what I was requiring of my kids. You know. They're like listening in English. And then all of a sudden MOMS talking Spanish than English Spanish and they're like whiplashed and then I just heard this concept of morning time and I I mean is like a light bulb went off. I was like this is it. I can create. I think Morning Times. So conducive to creating a sacred space and to creating these rituals in your homeschool rhythms and you can make it whatever you want it to be and so for us when. I implemented in our house in our Home School. I started in Spanish and I did it in Spanish and I was just like hey kids. This is what we're GONNA do. This is going to be our Spanish time the end and honestly there was zero pushback even from day one because I think my kids were relieved. They were like finely. At least I know what to expect and you know. Mom's not gonNA go crazy. You know out of the blue starting to speak in Spanish we we start our day in Spanish and the one caveat is that we do most of our read aloud during morning time and so if a book is an English Irena in English but other than that I speak Spanish. So it's really I mean it was actually the thing that allowed me to feel like man. I'm actually doing this. I think home schooling. My kids bilingually because more than half our home school day. I'm speaking Spanish. Yeah well okay so couple of things here first of all just this idea that we often talk about morning time as a time to put all of those things that are important to you that you feel like you can't get to in the rest of your day and boy. Is this a great example of that? You know you're like how am I? How can I fit this in? It's not working the way I'm trying to do it. Oh I'll put it in morning time. Such a great example of of that kind of Guiding principle behind morning time. Put the thing that you're trying to get done that you can't do anywhere else. Yeah and then you know. I think the other thing is the things we do in morning. Time are things that lend themselves well typically to doing in another language so much an families who do history do history reading and morning time but so much of what morning time is about is about language. Anyway I mean does Athle- for my family is about the English language. A lot of times our relationship yeah relationship and opportunities to talk to each other because everybody sitting there and then so much Morning Time is about culture. So do you sometimes work Spanish Culture Hispanic or Latina Latino Culture? I'm probably like choosing the exact wrong word but yeah go ahead. Oh No I definitely do and so even you know. Even the the morning plans I wrote really have come out of what we've been doing and you know in our own family warning time in so really. There's a lot of memory work that's Koa tree and and it's not translated poetry. It's not like Robert Frost translated into Spanish. It's it's the well-known Spanish poets. You know the kind of the Canon of Spanish literature. I'm calling from those authors to and I think that in itself Lens to infusing the cultures the culture because they talk about things differently and the way they look at. The world is different in so through memory work. You're getting a lot of that and then We do a lot of things with like the other little smaller dose. Which is around Halloween Monday of the dead stuff like that Three Kings Day is A holiday after Christmas that you don't really celebrate in the US but it's a big deal in a Spanish. Latin American. So things like that that we do pull in dry right now did you. Did you guys do Passat us at Christmas? Los Bassano Week didn't like my family didn't. My mom always makes manual over Christmas. Which is like.
"athle" Discussed on 9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam
"If that doesn't work out what else am I gonNa do and I think the education aspect honestly I was really passionate about so I really wanted to highlight that the most In my book I also talked about the mental health aspect of athletes. I talked about injuries. I talked about Scholarships and the difference because the the value the scholarship is different from divisions player to defeat to or even do Co. in all that and we tend to only talk about the the school athletes will forget about the rest of you and the report as well the matter and so I think a lot of education isn't really cut on the other aspect of college athletics. They just only talk about the glamour of College Athletics. Which is okay you get to play. You know in an arena with multiple fans. And they're going to be sharing your name you know And you'RE GONNA go to the school where you can get so much love. So that's the only thing we highlight. We don't highlight the rest of it. And that's what I want to do with this book. So yeah by copying or co from me being my personal experience. I thought I thought it would be like in the football video game and I think I I think like hopefully. I'm reading your book. They can realize you know that issue really choose a legit degree. No Fax No. That's real real facts. Because I mean even if you do make a pro right. Let's say one year out of College Becca pro. You never know where that you're gonNA take you you know an injury You Know God forbid injuries are saying for US. Our bodies can only go for so long you know and so when your body starts giving up on you or sustained an injury. How are you going to move forward most athletes on the mental health aspect of IT KICKS IN? Because we've we've been carrying about the state for so long. We've been doing this for so long. What's is taken away from us. We feel like our lives are over. We don't know what to do next. We don't know what our next steps are. And it's because I feel like we are prepared for that. You know our coaches you know our culture for years and your coaches should be you know helping you grow as a person as well as an athlete not just an athlete so when they help you grow as a person you know. They're doing their job. You know when they're only helping you as an athlete. They don't care about you beyond that you know they're only care about you when you're providing them something which distract likability when that's done it's like don't even know you anymore so you wanna be able to care for yourself and not relying other people carefree that has to do with You know learning how to do your resumes while you still in college. The Pine for internships. When you have the time you know but you know interview skills those things that you need and the real world because you do live in the real world we like to live in our own world are athletic world but they merge you know. You're still a person's who still in the real world you need to know how to merge those two in and be prepared for whatever you know have a plan. Abcd edgy have health plans because you never know what lights it's GonNa give you know. Obviously we want to have up to mystic approach to it. But you just never know and I think my biggest thing also about the book was highlighting the retirement aspect of our sport. A lot of a lot of families don't know how to retire their sport. It's like A. It's it's hard for them. They don't know how to do that. It's like it's impossible to think is impossible. Well that's because they didn't really prepare themselves outside athletic so once they retire in in they find out why can't play after or you know they decide they don't WanNa play after the bodies can't Goldie like okay. What now but you should have been prepared for that while you're still in college. I want to say maybe your your junior senior year. That's when you need to buckle down and really prepared for that you know and not have to prepare when life is going you know after college when life really hits you know. 'cause you're you're sheltered on your college you don't. You're not really an adult yet. You preparing to be an adult but if you start preparing to be an adult when you're adult that's tough so irate. Oh like this. This is good stuff and I am hoping combined because if the children you're saying just like building building building your identity outside of your sport right though over you like you know at this as rented booking around for your sister's would drive in the south of basketball we'll me I'm interested in. I do a lot of stuff for me. I got my degree in marketing because I was really passionate about marketing yeah marketing analytics and Skorts Park thing to be exact market. World is so huge but just marketing in itself. I I just I just love it. I enjoy it And that's what. I majored in minded psychology. 'cause I was interested in that as well. You know studying people and all that in so after I knew I wanted to go pro but when I graduated. I was also realistic McKay. This doesn't happen. I want to kick start my world. My College Career. I mean my Life career And so yeah and so ended up going. I don't really need to use my degree as much Eight when I do go home for the summer I try to find internships or things. I could do to grow my resume while I'm still play so when I'm done playing and I'm like Surrey. Something they're like. Okay like your resume doesn't look like anything you know and I'll have to say myself Athle- French mass thing. You can do both. I think he can play professional basketball in also. Grow your resume to where you know when you do stop and you go into your other. You know Your other career your life career. You can say okay. Well I was doing this but also made some time to grow my resume and get the experience on need for this particular job here here. It is So that's that. And then also modeled a little bit I tend to do a little bit of that during the summer as well and then I became an author. So that's absolutely one adds my resume. became an author. End At first I was thinking this is a one and done a really just wanted to talk about this particular subject in my heart. It was heavy and I did that but then I realized I love doing this. You know like being. Nassir like communicating My I think words are impactful. You know into able to you know. Impact a generation of people not even just athletes to be better versions themselves. That's that makes me feel good. You know so I knew I wanted to keep. I wanted to continue doing this. And I'm also actually working on article right now about you. Know an athlete cluster. Face you know or how they merged the two That's been a really interesting process but for me I tend to put myself in different situations. Different uncomfortable situations can grow and see what I like to do. Aside from what I already liked to do you know I think you should limit yourself told me one thing I think you should really explore. Especially when you're at a young age you know this is the time for you to explore. Do Multiple things you know. Try them okay. I didn't like that like that. You know so when you get at an age where you you you feel like you have to buckle down. You know what you want. You're not still you know going through the motions of all. I still don't know what I y you know. And then so yeah. That's how that's how I take things that's how I look at things so you get nine point. We can talk about that if we can talk about that and get that going. I'd be really interested in donating collapsing on this end. And get an article you know in you know getting it out there with you guys. I think it's GonNa be a really. I don't I don't know if you're Okay so did. I don't know what your faith is. You know Chris but under you're an athlete and for me this very important topic and it was a long time from you. Write about this. 'cause I'm I'm I'm a bit personal spiritual person And I think my faith has carried me through a lot of struggles with basketball and it's made me to be a better person a better athlete. You know and I think our faith you know whoever spiritual whatever athletes spiritual faith it. A lot of ways is our refuge when it comes to this because there's so many thinks crazy things that happened within our sport not playing. Well your coaches treating you a different way your teammates you especially being overseas. It really pro. Athletics really test is you. You know because at this point of Your Life. You're supposed to only be good. You can't be bad or so you know that's what people think it's like okay you have to be at UK every time every time. Step ON THE COURT. You literally has your game but you. They don't realize that you're not a robot your humid and so whenever you feel like you're incapable or incompetent or not good enough for you know you're not as good as you thought you were. My faith comes in like no. You're good enough. You know what I'm saying. You never made it to this level in ecologist my situation before it makes it smaller shrinks my world you know and it makes me understand. Hey this is a temporary thing you know. I need to fix my mental state right now. I need to be optimistic and positive. You need to know that. I'm playing for something bigger than myself. You know I'm playing. These are just my own declare skills and assets and I'm blown find someone that's bigger than me. You know this. This has more away bigger purpose than myself. So when you start thinking like that that other stuff it means nothing anymore instead of just like kind of honing in on it and does thinking about it. Twenty four seven and game after game. You're doing worse and worse and worse because your mental save is not helping this outright. This helps Maffei tells me it calms me down. You know puts everything into perspective and once I do that. Oh Yeah next game. It's done for you know I thought was and I know I was you know and I'm normal again but you know athletics. Honestly a lot of people think it's a hundred percent likes physical. It's not like it's mental. It's your fiscal like you can get Rehab Right. If something's hardy get treatment you can stretch and your body's again your.
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