35 Burst results for "Athletic"

Indiana Lawmakers Override Transgender Sports Veto

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

Indiana Lawmakers Override Transgender Sports Veto

"Indiana overrides the veto and bans transgender girls from playing on school athletic teams Republican lawmakers in Indiana joined more than a dozen states in voting to ban transgender girls from competing in girls school sports On a mostly party line vote first the state House then the Senate voted to override a veto by governor Eric holcomb who had said the bill didn't provide for fairness in kindergarten through 12th grade sports opponents say it's a non issue being used as a political wedge supporters say the ban is needed to protect the integrity of competition The American civil liberties union describing the law as hateful in a violation of title 9 and the constitution immediately

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Why We Need a Restored Faith in America

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:53 sec | 2 d ago

Why We Need a Restored Faith in America

"The Israeli stared in disbelief. Americans are the freest, most privileged people on earth. Yet many of us are ashamed to show any, even the tiniest trace of national pride. Why? Because we Americans of recent generations have been swaddled in prosperity and security and in consequence have become ungrateful for the blessings we enjoy. It requires vigorous athletic imagination for most of us to consider the basic brutal realities that much of the world experiences daily. Even worse, we have consumed a cultural diet that reduces America to its ugliest moments and dismisses its noble ideals and accomplishments as jingoism.

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Biden Is the Cause of Rising Prices and Shortages in the US, Not Putin

Mark Levin

01:39 min | 2 months ago

Biden Is the Cause of Rising Prices and Shortages in the US, Not Putin

"And so for these corporatists many of whom are unpatriotic These athletic leagues all of which run patriotic Except for the UFC and other MMA outfits And the rest of them money walks and BS talks Once it becomes untenable or potentially untenable to keep their money or put their money in China they will move it They're not going to do it for patriotic reasons Because they're sellouts They're selling And once China demonstrates what it really is I've told you before we have the capacity to break them to break their financial and banking system We absolutely do We have we have the capacity to destroy their economic system But stop listening stop listening to the propagandists Or just people who are wrong when they tell you that these sanctions against Russia are what's causing our food prices to go up and us to have food shortages in the future It is effectively we're talking about sanctions policy spending the currency inflation This government under the Democrat party is doing it to you and doing it to ourselves It predates it predates War criminal Putin's invasion of Ukraine and his slaughter innocent

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Douglas Giampapa Explains the Value of Raising Your Heart Rate

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Douglas Giampapa Explains the Value of Raising Your Heart Rate

"Your heart rate up and then drop it back down and do this. Why is that better than what you hear, you know, the old athletic, you know, thought, oh, just go run 5 miles and then keep it at what makes that different. Why is that better for the heart? It's because the heart exercise, you need to exercise the heart like any muscle, right? So when you exercise the heart, if you push it to its max and then let it recover, push tune smacks and then recover. That's proven to be the healthiest way to exercise the heart without overdoing it and keeping it in kind of this high beats per minute range for too long, just like let's say you're doing bicep curls. You can do bicep curls and keep going and keep going and keep going and tear your muscle and actually do more damage than health really for your muscle more damage than healthy muscle building. Same thing with the heart. So you want to push it up and down. That's just what the data shows. But as you said, you can do it, you can do jump rope, you can do if you've got knee issues or ankle issues. You can do a fast paced swim, you know, you can do a stair stepper. I run, I like to run at least a mile a day, and I'll do it on grass, and what I'll do is I'll do like a slow paced jog, sprint, go down the slope, stop actually stop, let my heart rate come down, sprint again, stop, slow pace jog, and just mix it up. I do it on grass because I think running on a pavement is really high impact for your ankles and knees. So anytime you can run on grass or on a padded track, that's probably what you should be doing. Sand is the best. I took a mile run on the beach the other day. But again, this isn't hard stuff. It's really not hard stuff. Just like the diet, eating

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How Willy Mac Approaches Sports With His Kids

Fore The People

01:03 min | 3 months ago

How Willy Mac Approaches Sports With His Kids

"You're busy and your kids lives are coaching your coaching, whatever you are the coach. And now you're kind of out of the coach, but it was roller hockey with soccer, whatever, all this stuff. But would you push your kids like they were angle that you took? Do you see like early athletic ability? We talked about golf earlier, but athletic ability wise, would you push them to pursue something? Or are you just kind of like, let them do their own thing? Yeah, I believe that early on, I was kind of like, you know, this push a little bit. And then I saw like some little bit of limited athleticism. But you know, you can never, you never know. You never know, you know, the heart, the gut, you know how it is. I mean, there's guys that are not the best athletes that turn out fantastic. So I've tried to ease up on being too harsh on them and like, what do you want to do? Let's go

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"athletic" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:29 min | 3 months ago

"athletic" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Show podcast. And we welcome all of you back, which continued more phone calls than cabin is up next in Atlanta. HP mom, hey Paul. Long time caller first time listener. You're talking about Matthew Stafford and only having a few memories of him. And I think that's because we are winning championships. And then we get Matthew Stafford number one pick and didn't do nothing. So people view him as a bust, but he wasn't a bust. He was absolutely incredible. Got a great win against Oklahoma state with old Gundy. I'm a man. I'm 40. Great game. He threw 5 touchdown passes against north avenue trade school. He's tied for first all time TDs in the game with, I think the hands award, maybe. He has great. He'd come back win against Virginia tech in the bowl game. He's got wins. He's got great memories as a George boy. I just think just like when he was in there. Totally stop you. You say that, but I've been to Athens a thousand times. And I don't think I've ever heard Matthew Stafford discussed. Until recently. Well, no, he's not really just. Like I said, people kind of do. I know this was the wrong day to say this, but I'm just being honest. There's a black hole connected to Matthew Stafford's career at Georgia. If you take away the fact that he went number one in the draft, I just don't know anything else about it. And I covered a lot of his games. I was there in O 8 for probably his toughest loss when he was a number two team in the country, taking on Alabama, but that's why I was saying that people view him as a bus. People view him as a bus because he was number one prospect of high school. I'm just saying they just don't have any great recollection. When you beat Florida one set of three times, it's not going to register very well. And I think the most important thing to remember about Matt Stafford at Georgia, even though he was a better significantly better pro player, that would be ridiculous statements even analyze. He was the number one player taken he played in the era of Tim Tebow. He was completely and totally overshadowed by TiVo. As almost everyone else was, thanks for the call. Appreciate it. Let's continue with James, who is in Alabama. Hello, James. Hello, Paul. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you. Thank you. Just a quick appreciation. And then a quick question from you. First of all, I want to thank you for the effort and about that you put in to having a conversation with a hollow sports fans out here rather than winning one. It really makes for a great and more meaningful experience that we have and it makes us better sports fans. Well, that means a lot. Yeah, I'll say this James, and I won't say anything else. Unlike some shows, I don't come on with a blow vating monologue, because I don't really think that much of my own opinion. What I love about this show is engaging, not pontificating and trying to be right about every argument. My goal is never to win the argument. It's to it's to entertain people and as you say to inform. Yes. And we can feel it. And secondly, a quick question for you Paul on this matter. You mentioned earlier that it looks that there may be one fat cat that doesn't seem to like parson being at auburn. But surprising to me, I guess, is typically there would be other people in the room making decisions on the same level as this fat cat. And it seems maybe the more difficult problem is the failure of those other people to act on their own thoughts or views about what should be or shouldn't be the best for the university. I was wondering, it's kind of completely agree with you. And yeah, let's cut playing games here. We're all talking about Jimmy rain. We're not talking about anybody else. And he isn't the only one. He's the most prominent and he's the best known because he appears in his own company's television advertisements. And there are other people ten years ago, 20 years ago, the name you always heard was Bobby lauder. Bobby ladder is still around. And I happen to think Bobby ladder carries a great deal of influence, but since he is not in the news as often as he was back when he was running one of the largest banks in the country. You don't hear his name as much. And there is the head of a major construction a global construction entity. There's the former head of the power company. I mean, there are some prominent people on that board, but rain is the name you always hear the most. And that's what's a little bit baffling because whomever is in charge of a governing body is typically called a chairperson. Would be the one who probably not intended reign in any member who seems to be a little bit off the beaten path or not fulfilling what they're charged with to do in a balanced way. Yes. There's always been this auburn board, as you know, has always been a great topic of conversation. But you do need to you do need a coalition. I think what's interesting here is the outgoing president, president goose, I think he stopped this train about a year and a half ago when this group was trying to bring in Kevin Steele and he helped facilitate the hiring of harshan by giving the athletic director of the green light, and then I think he stopped this thing the other day. He's the only person with the authority to stop it. The board, the board simply couldn't do anything about an outgoing president. They fired the last guy. They couldn't fire gurus because he didn't want the job in the first place..

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Major Athletic Corporation Tweets Pictures of Bare Women's Breasts

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Major Athletic Corporation Tweets Pictures of Bare Women's Breasts

"If you had told me this morning that later today a major corporation was going to tweet out on their Twitter feed Pictures of 25 sets of bare women's breasts I would be I'll be honest I gotta be honest you gotta be really can't lie on talk radio You guys can smell it a mile away if anyone's disingenuous I'm gonna be honest I would have said well this is gonna be a good day in my life At any moment now as I scroll my Twitter feed I'm going to see 25 pairs of naked women's breasts To me that's a good day You have to understand the ladies if you haven't already figured this out When boys go through puberty and adolescence and their 14 years old and all they can think about is a certain thing in their life that doesn't go away Look at Bill Clinton for God's sake Some of us can control it better okay But it pretty much doesn't go away So you know so I'm sitting around squirreling through Twitter and people are talking about I'm not even gonna say their name because they did this for attention but it is a corporation that sells athletic gear and it's not Nike And I'll leave it at that And they're promoting their sports bras And so they sent out pictures of 50 breasts Two by two thinking it was arc There's no faces associated with them They're just it's just naked torsos Of literally all different shapes and sizes And they're talking about how they all women are made different so that's why we have all these different sports bras to come to See how something tells me That is what what's wrong with that It's just the female anatomy Okay you've never met a straight man then Because men are pretty bass

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Playoff set: Alabama vs. Cincinnati, Michigan vs. Georgia

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Playoff set: Alabama vs. Cincinnati, Michigan vs. Georgia

"The the college college football football playoff playoff is is set set in in this this year's year's lineup lineup offers offers something something brand brand new new the the field field of of four four is is surprise surprise free free Alabama Alabama is is seeded seeded number number one one making making its its seventh seventh appearance appearance in in the the eight eight year year history history of of the the playoff playoff Miskin Miskin checks checks in in at at number number two two after after thrashing thrashing Iowa Iowa forty forty two two to to three three in in the the big big ten ten championship championship the the Wolverines Wolverines are are lined lined up up to to play play Georgia Georgia in in the the Orange Orange Bowl Bowl after after season season atop atop the the rankings rankings the the Bulldogs Bulldogs dropped dropped to to number number three three after after Alabama Alabama ran ran up up forty forty one one points points against against their their Herald Herald the the defense defense in in the the SEC SEC title title game game and and while while no no surprise surprise here's here's the the new new peace peace Cincinnati Cincinnati becomes becomes the the first first team team from from a a non non power power five five conference conference selected selected for for the the playoffs playoffs following following a a thirteen thirteen and and season season in in the the American American athletic athletic conference conference title title the the Bearcats Bearcats are are the the only only undefeated undefeated team team in in the the playoffs playoffs their their reward reward taking taking on on the the Crimson Crimson Tide Tide in in the the Cotton Cotton Bowl Bowl both both games games are are set set for for new new year's year's eve eve I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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No. 3 Cincinnati claims AAC crown, possible playoff spot

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

No. 3 Cincinnati claims AAC crown, possible playoff spot

"Undefeated undefeated Cincinnati Cincinnati beat beat Houston Houston in in the the American American athletic athletic conference conference championship championship game game thirty thirty five five twenty twenty and and virtually virtually assured assured himself himself a a spot spot in in the the college college football football playoff playoff the the bill bill Catholic Catholic by by just just a a point point at at halftime halftime but but broke broke it it open open with with three three touchdowns touchdowns within within a a five five minute minute span span early early in in the the third third quarter quarter doesn't doesn't refer refer to to his his three three touchdown touchdown passes passes and and Jerome Jerome Ford Ford ran ran forty forty two two yards yards for for second second long long TD TD run run to to put put cincy cincy up up thirty thirty five five thirteen thirteen and and make make the the case case for for Luke Luke Fickell Fickell theme theme for for finished finished with with one one hundred hundred eighty eighty seven seven yards yards rushing rushing Houston Houston is is now now eleven eleven into into I'm I'm Tom Tom Merriam Merriam

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Cincinnati moves into College Football Playoff position

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Cincinnati moves into College Football Playoff position

"Georgia continues to top the latest CFP rankings but there's a new number two and number four Ohio state has moved ahead of Alabama for second with Cincinnati holding the other semi final slot the Bulldogs and bear cats are the only unbeaten teams in the rankings Cincinnati plays at east Carolina on Friday then meat used in the American athletic conference championship game on December fourth Michigan is fifth followed by Notre Dame Oklahoma state Baylor Mississippi in Oklahoma the final CFP rankings will be revealed December fifth I'm the ferry

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AP sources: 6 C-USA schools apply for AAC membership

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

AP sources: 6 C-USA schools apply for AAC membership

"Six goals from conference USA have applied for membership to the American athletic conference that's according to two people with knowledge of the process the two people tell the AP that rice North Texas and Charlotte have applied for membership the other schools are you A. B. Texas San Antonio and Florida Atlantic the American conference has been in the market for new members Cincinnati Houston and central Florida announced in September they would be joining the big twelve the AC would have fourteen members likely for the twenty twenty three football season I'm Dave very

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Tackling Cattle, Biting Kneecaps: The Detroit Lions' Cowboy Coach

The Lead

02:13 min | 8 months ago

Tackling Cattle, Biting Kneecaps: The Detroit Lions' Cowboy Coach

"So kristen eck. We've got to start the story in january of this year at dan campbell's introductory press conference. I wanted this job bad. Because i felt like i knew this community i played here all right on. Everything's seemingly normal and then things get a bit more interesting. I can sit up here and give you coach. Speak all day long. I can give you You know. Hey we're gonna win this many game. I can't that none of that matters in you. Guys don't want to hear it anyway. You've had enough of that shit. So excuse my language then. He drops his magnum opus. So this is going to be built on. We're gonna kick you in the teeth all right and when you punch us back. We're going to smile at you and when you knock us down we're going to get up and on the way up we're going to buy to kneecap off all right and we're going to stand up and then it's going to take two more shots you cover the team for the athletic. What was your reaction to this. I mean i think like everyone else. I was sort of just in shock for a few minutes. Just trying to figure out where he was going with everything but as we'll talk about. I'm sure that was very much dan campbell. I think the people who know him weren't all that surprised to hear that speech from him. It was funny to hear you know brad. Homes in new. General manager was introduced at the same time and he said several times since. I'm glad i got to go first. Because i don't think i could follow that up but i i think that that's you know that's what you get from dan campbell and i think that's what they wanted from dan campbell. They wanted some energy and some authenticity. And i think the fan base really responded to it. I don't know how the players necessarily took it or people in the general public but for this particular fan base. I think it went over pretty well. Neko ear thoughts when you heard it a big pro wrestling fan l. admission here and that's what that was a professional wrestling promo is having talked to him since talking all these guys for the story like he didn't planet it wasn't scripted. It was something that he said and you can kind of tell because he when he said the kneecaps thing he did it like exclaim it he just sort of set it like the most nonchalantly normal way is like to. We're going to play when your kneecaps off. And then he just kept going to the next point. It's like this is just what this guy. This is off the cuff. You could kind tell. And i think that there was a lot of authenticity with that

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Royals' Perez Ties Bench's HR Mark With 45th in Loss to A's

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Royals' Perez Ties Bench's HR Mark With 45th in Loss to A's

"Chad Pinder furnished a two run single while the athletic scored four times in the third inning of a seven to win at Kansas city the ace had just two hits in the third inning and only one while scoring three in the ninth Josh Harrison was four for five with two RBIs and two runs scored Paul Blackburn allowed six hits over five innings including a two run Homer by Salvador Perez in the first press has forty five home runs tying Johnny bench for the most by anyone playing at least seventy five percent of his games behind the plate the outcome puts the ETS within three games of a wild card slot I'm Dave Ferrie

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Air Force, Colorado State Among Schools Targeted by American Athletic Conference

The Drive with Paul Swann

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

Air Force, Colorado State Among Schools Targeted by American Athletic Conference

"Article on cbs sports website. The american is looking to add. Air force boise state. Colorado state san diego state and uab. So you a. b. would be poached from conference. You say that would be a tough loss for conference to say and then you're going to go after so mountain west teams because if you look at it maybe the mountain west is going to be the biggest threat to the american and the rest of us the group of five even though the american likes to call themselves a power. Six conference in all actuality. It's the group of five or the the non autonomy five. Whatever you wanna call him. So the americans trying to put itself in a spot to maybe fend off the mountain west. A little bit more proactive and sees that the mountain west could be a more viable week to raid from to maintain its

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A highlight from Ep. 97: Origin Materials Co-CEOs John Bissell and Rich Riley, Laureate Education, Aerie Pharmaceuticals, GreenSky, Goldman Sachs.

The Drill Down

01:25 min | 9 months ago

A highlight from Ep. 97: Origin Materials Co-CEOs John Bissell and Rich Riley, Laureate Education, Aerie Pharmaceuticals, GreenSky, Goldman Sachs.

"Like Athletic jersey from nike or adidas or something is often a typically polyester jersey in. That's after these axiom materials. So the polyester is the same as the serve and when you use our technology to make that he t it's exactly the same stuff sandy but it has a way lower separate is functionally meant to be as functionally the same. It is it is exactly the same in fact if you gave it to a lab to go analyze it you'd have to. You'd have to get beyond the electrons into the nucleus to understand that it came from a different source. It is exactly the same house apostle yes. That's the magic of sort of chemistry Is that as long as you arrange the atoms in the right configuration than you get the same thing on the other side and so without getting into all of the nitty gritty on it essentially the chemical transformations that we do and able to make the same stuff that you make from trillion but we make charting with that with would feedstocks instead and the trick with that kind of thing. Is you know we joke. Sometimes in the industry the you can make anything out of anything. The question is can you make economically and so in our case It's not surprising to most people in the industry that you might be able to make the would that surprising things you can do it so economically and that sort of our trek will. I would seem

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Some Players Aren't Convinced by US Soccer's 'Identical' Men's and Women's Contracts

ESPN FC

02:00 min | 9 months ago

Some Players Aren't Convinced by US Soccer's 'Identical' Men's and Women's Contracts

"So. This story arose on tuesday afternoon. That us soccer has offered identical contracts to both the us men and women On the surface you would look at that and say oh well the. Us would have been asking for equal pay and it appears as though they have achieved that they do not see it that way. No they don't they issued a tweet from their. Us national team he eh. So players association us pr stunts and bargaining through. The media will not bring us any closer to a fair agreement. In contrast we're committed to bargaining in good faith to achieve equal pay and the safest working conditions. Possible the proposal. That usf made recently recently to us does neither. Now here's where we have a problem. what i would say is knowledge vacuum. I don't know what was in that proposal. I don't know the ins and outs of the pause. meg From the athletic. Who just great on this she tweets. Us soccer just issued a statement on the us women's national team on us mnt cba's it states that usf has offered identical contract proposals today proposing single cbs structure with revenue sharing usf believes best way to achieve these important goals is by the us women's national team players association on the us ns tpa negotiating together. That's the men's association however this quote marks this is from us soccer if the players association's choose to continue to negotiate separately as they have to date us. Soccer will invite the us women's national team to sit in on the negotiations with the us ns and vice versa in the interest of full transparency

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"athletic" Discussed on Aussie Beer Explorers

Aussie Beer Explorers

04:10 min | 9 months ago

"athletic" Discussed on Aussie Beer Explorers

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"athletic" Discussed on Aussie Beer Explorers

Aussie Beer Explorers

03:33 min | 9 months ago

"athletic" Discussed on Aussie Beer Explorers

"This one. She's clearer and a little duck a little bit daca that i need died steams on this. That's a good question sighing. Twenty twenty tipping. That's all much twenty is going to buy my eventually but Interesting on their Their website side showing clearly proper brewing. Look on the on the website but I wonder if i just find us on non-alcholic it looks like it. I think so. Yeah yeah that's what also why. I didn't either american when they sent him to. And and i did a little bit highway. They waves on the page. And it tells a story like oh went on for. This oughta brewing. Whatever and i went to a studied in in vermont. And i'm like oh you and i on fair far away from them. I didn't know there was a union. Won't vermont but keep going. Because i'm like. Oh cool this. Union and then teamed up with a highly accomplished and awarded cropper. Who was brewing in santa fe. New mexico cool. He must traveled only went brewing. And then then it says he set up in stretford so they set up their brewery rian strafford. We're strafford saga. let's just north of sil- from being style much google maps and. I'm looking for athletic brewing. It's not only interested. Realize that said stretford. Ct what does that mean connecticut. And then yeah separating and realize that's funny. It was definitely not athletic brewing from belarus. I should draw there. But don't it's not beller at but it's so bad mean. I have and i'm gonna sigh that thais almost exactly like the way that i get before as chilled. And it's going into when on the bruce. Guile of chilled. It's going into the santa. And i've taken a bit of a sample just to check and thais. Just let probably not as sweet as that. that advisors thing very similar to that oregon. Is that saying that what you'll -tising they doesn't have much alcohol in it. That tone has none now call because the died the east hasn't ripped annoy yet so not absolutely not inside stride out of again. Straight out the brute cattle through the jila into the mandar and taking just as guys in the meantime that ties science in but now we near as sweet Obviously some side. It'd probably going through the full.

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"athletic" Discussed on Aussie Beer Explorers

Aussie Beer Explorers

03:32 min | 9 months ago

"athletic" Discussed on Aussie Beer Explorers

"The more of the people do it the better people will get at it and that's it and it's it's good luck on accelerate. I think i'm just gonna say the the alcohol gives a different dimension to the via and at adds a it does and adds a flavor in the and again that different math feel to it that perhaps is difficult to obtain when you dunked have alcohol in it but anyway let's also having said that we did a blonde test of the column longs on my. We did this and you couldn't tell zero you you couldn't pick it. I mean that's a different. That's a different story. Because comparing accountants mccallum whatever we do look we enjoy talamante app. And all that. But drink what you like. What just up. But when you get to those sort of levels it's it's probably easier to trick you definitely when you get to the thais. Tia more to cheer on two two guys. Let's see let's go. You're going to get the order wrong guy definitely until saw dan athletic burning. When when i saw the the name there was an athletic brewing company in at one jr actually fading away. So when i saw that on my call i thought i'd followed it but and it's got nothing that the pretty much from what we can tell cheese that that's not crystal glared sort of at hijazi stale as kyw's stanley's heads to speed stride. I'm going gonna fresh classy nothing. Oh okay no wonder. Yeah right makes me ill i. I'm old enough to costa f- hundred that is the yellow of f. o. Bs ally game one hundred percent. The yellow in. I think we did too. That's actually a good to measure. Should anyway amazon. Well let's go live. Let's go fly but it's it's it's definitely the kind of what i expected. Reckon if it's we've had a couple before now which is probably a mistake. We should start on this. Yeah yeah that would be. That would be a on a on a warm afternoon. Just you want to knock it back and and you need something to rely dry as well very better be pretty good and probably have to say probably ruined my white because Why but this this week in particular. And it's another look dan. Wait in melvin. We can't get past the grind of discussion at all. But we'll win..

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Athletic Performance Coach Erik Huddleston On Managing Squatting and Squat Training

Just Fly Performance Podcast

02:38 min | 9 months ago

Athletic Performance Coach Erik Huddleston On Managing Squatting and Squat Training

"We could start there so someone who can't get down. Get low on the court. They have a problem with that. I know titles but on the show talking about squatting in an elevator. I think to me. That's the easiest way i just see. That is the ability to manage the pelvic floor. But i'd like to get it from the feet up to and and like the early stance amid stance. So could you maybe kick it off by sharing a little bit about just getting into low position. Level changes what that means from. I mean yes squatting but also like the the stance the phases a stance and the feet. Right yeah so from from squatting standpoint start there is like i sure that everybody almost everybody is listening to. This has has recognized or current before with the people that they work with that. You know there is this kind of forward orientation that a lot of people have so. We're being driven forward from behind Kind of like which look at when you look at gate with that is like a constant falling catching yourself as you go forward. That's necessary for certain things will get later but I think the most important thing to recognize. I is that you know if you exaggerate this. If anybody listening stands up and just like leans forward like for your tibia ghettos and so as you get handed this this more anterior translation of your tibia. Those are movements that are going to be as long as the heels on the ground. those are movements towards middle potion. so i'm as soon as the cal- kenya's breaks your into later phase of propulsion But if tibia isn't isn't vertical on starts to break forward you're moving towards the middle worship propulsion and. That's more of an ira bias general. So let's say like someone comes and they're squatting in noticing a ton of like horizontal pelvic displacement so their hips are going back there chested dumping ford. It looks very much like what she would want. If you're going to have them do a trap or dead lift if they're already biased towards that middle point ocean they're going to continue to follow this to be forward and so they're going to be unable to to have any type of vertical displacement of their elvis down in a squat That's there already in heaven i. Ira bias there. So they're going to follow that forward. Because i are doesn't allow for a lot of what we consider like. General movement qualities suid variation in movement. irs compression i are. Is you know force production. It's not necessarily not necessarily like fluidity of movement or you know. Look people would consider mobility

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Greg Sankey on Alliance Turbulence, Scheduling, CFP, Collaboration

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:09 min | 9 months ago

Greg Sankey on Alliance Turbulence, Scheduling, CFP, Collaboration

"Obviously they're usually pretty focused on draft competition on your academics on compliance fundraising. Everything else. That goes into an athletic department but now obviously name image likeness kobe. Obviously there's been litigation that we've been dealing with in there just seems like every day. There's just a another new item to put on your list and try to manage and You know so. There's i can tell you there's never boring day right now paul but You know but what takes place in college. Athletics is so valuable. And and so good for so many people involved in and Silver very exciting to be a part of it every single day. There's so much to get you. And i wanna get obviously to your campus in a minute. We talked to greg sankey earlier and you know so much conversation around the country today in relation to what happened yesterday. And i ask you because you spent a lot of time in the pac twelve early in your career and obviously as the athletic director at arizona. Could you give us your view of what we all watched yesterday with. the three commissioners form forming the alliance. Yeah listen i understand that. Collaboration is important. Part of anything that you do to have the healthiest environment that you can have and you know so. I understand where the conference is to try to work together Sec's always been good about that. And and so. When when i was watching that i understand the purpose of it and the thought of it at the same time to You know schools moving from one conference to another has happened in the. Sec's happening the acc. Big twelve the pac twelve and the big ten and so this is not i think i mentioned a pat forty yesterday when he called me about it. I said it's not a new phenomenon. That's taking place. This is something that is reality. Schools are going to look after their their own interests and because of making sure that they can do the right thing for their student athletes and their program and their university for the law all and their fans as well And you know i did. I did think that. Hey it's it's probably okay to talk a little bit about what we're doing

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ACC, Big Ten, Pac-12 Alliance to Focus on 'Collaborative Approach'

KUOW Newsroom

01:08 min | 9 months ago

ACC, Big Ten, Pac-12 Alliance to Focus on 'Collaborative Approach'

"Well the pac twelve today announced a strategic alliance with two other powerful athletic conferences. Kyw's tom bouncy reports. It's to protect themselves. During a time of upheaval. The leaders of the pack twelve big ten and atlantic coast conference said an unprecedented degree of turbulence. Drove them to form an alliance pac. Twelve commissioner george clear. Cough specifically mentioned compensation of college athletes gender equity and expanded college football playoff and conference realignment foundation of college. Sports is in many respects in turmoil. Clear cough says there's no sign document at this point to specify how the newly allied conferences will work together. They plan to iron that out over the coming months with an early emphasis on establishing new rivalries or tournaments the creation of these interconference games across all time zones with interesting new matchups provides all of us the opportunity to think about how that benefits are schools. Long-term another stated goal is to maintain stability for the forty one schools in the three conferences as others. Realign i'm tom bonzi reporting.

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"athletic" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"athletic" Discussed on hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

"James we are back we are and it's an afternoon according with that means less dramatic on the than it is when we are on the. Yeah that's true. yeah. Yeah see what i'm doing. Well i'm excited. This is a new one for me. It's jetlagged coffee stout out of athletic. Yes is that for lunch. Actually did you. I did yes and no spot. I know you're jealous. Death early twenty minutes away from me. So yes actually. I had to take two trips to my car last week when i went down there. For some pickup. You're all wore out of it. I was i was. It's you so fairness you know So as everyone knows where we're big fans of enabling and we've been talking about quite a bit lately and so why not try and get some actual experts on instead of just hearing james. I rant so older age so we are thrilled to have john walker one of the co founders of athletic ring from right here in stratford connecticut on the show with us john. Thank you so much for joining us environmentally and us well we again I won't spend the whole time. Just gushing over. How much we. We loved the beer. Because we'd get old very quickly but james on over the last year or so have tried a whole bunch of different any beers that are out. There are lots of levels of quality. And i'll say of attempts to different things and We're so happy to be able to have you on the show and talk a bit about How you got to where you are so if you if you could just take us through a bid of why why why not alcoholic. Why why beer. What got you to this point. Yes i mean. I can go way back to where i started and just briefly Food and beverage life forever much to my parents. This may cause they were in beverage to offhand growing up they just always told me to ward off but i didn't and so i had a strong appreciation for beverages and food pairings and things like that and eventually i found my way out of the front of house into the back of the house where i meant the brewing team. Second street brewery and a friend of mine said go take his job and kind of argued with him a little bit back and forth but wound up taking it after i met brew master. Roughly at second street he was awesome and i just felt like the atmosphere and the bible was great and i love making really good beer so Became an assistant river and just kind of took everything in that..

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"athletic" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

03:57 min | 10 months ago

"athletic" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"That i think is really rewarding in the sport so then we have to ask. What your athletic happy place justin. Yeah i i think the absolutely agree question. I think on the on the internal side. It's definitely those those harder effort days. Where where i know. I need to like show up and do the work knowing that easy but i always feel better on the backside of that right in. It's like about like Elliott shoghi this weekend to broke the world marathon record world record and that just shows you what you're capable of and that connection to To being anti fragile right like you're strong and you're capable and these are the moments in our lives where we get to really chase that down. Figure that out well which kind of leads into my next question which is a is it useful to have an athletic happy place. I mean if it's an actual physical place there a benefit for working out there. You know if you're struggling a little bit or feeling burned out Are there restorative powers to having sort of a happy slash safe place for sure. I mean i think the first thing that comes to mind is a adult thing sucks. Sometimes it's hard and it's messy and it's not always that glamorous or that much fun and so. I think having something in our lives that connects to happy places. Just it's foundationally important to our well-being into our relationships For athletes for runners this reconnect to that In that could be an interim place or or like you're saying that external happy places as well and that for me you can slice that in be there being sort of a location in a physical place probably not the treadmill although i wanna wait on that twitter but there's a there's location for all of us refused really connected. I think that's really important in the other pieces community right to certain maccabi either thinking about you're talking about your dad connection to all in the past or community now friends family running groups people that we connect to nick. Those are really important factors as well so so harkening back to the water a little bit when i asked hammers on facebook to share their athletic happy place. I was amazed how many women wrote similar responses along the lines of on a lakeside trailer near the ocean. So dr ross. I realized you know that this might not be your area of specialty. But there's something about the positive ions near water that affect our mood. You know. I definitely know there is for me. You know as a pisces. there is for me. Yeah absolutely. I think we you know we tend to be drawn human beings. The two places one is water in the other is to forests right. And i know more about sort of like forest bathing concept which has been studied Really heavily in japan where they that's an active thing that they do they take people into the forest and then you know researchers of course go screw it all up by measuring data but They show reduction in all kinds of fix right. It's physically changes. Are our health and i think water does the exact same thing we're drawn to it and were mesmerized by it and we feel better when work in it or around it sense. Justin i so i have to say i love you have very expansive descriptive vocabulary and it. Just you really like listening to talk. You get exactly the right word for you know like i don't know it's it's very intoxicating to listen to you. You're your so. I don't know sarah. You mentioned earlier. The the amusement park ride and needing to have a happy place you know and and so i mean is..

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"athletic" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

05:02 min | 10 months ago

"athletic" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"Let's get back to athletic brewing company athletic brewing company non alcoholic beers tasty stuff. Boy that run wild man. I'm joined the end quality. All admit this is one that got stuck back in the fridge. And it's got. I think it's got about six months on it but man. This is still tasty. It's all kept refrigerated. It's beer fridge. The whole time but You know got some staying power their list of drawers. It isn't it. It's it's in the crisper drawer. So chris sweeper chris got that crispy beer boy guys we wanna talk just some general non alcoholic beer stats a little bit..

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"athletic" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

05:55 min | 10 months ago

"athletic" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"We are broadcasting from the beer guy's radio studios in marietta georgia this week. We're talking with athletic brewing company and bottle share. I am tim denison with me as always is my good friend and co host. Brian you it. Hey tim joining us. Today we have bill shoe felt and john walker the co-founders athletic brewing company..

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"athletic" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

05:31 min | 11 months ago

"athletic" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

"He's going behind kenny. Golladay with the giants. No f- include what to do with kenny golladay. This year. he's going behind t higgins. Who could be the third option in cincinnati. He's going behind brandon. Uku i if somebody. I love this year i would take over beckham. But you've basically has asked season worth a trap record. He's going right ahead. Chase claypool who. I love and basketball He's going right ahead of juju smith schuster who i don't love and he's going right ahead of dj charge somebody else i'd like this year I just. I think the price is beyond fair. I mean he's mixed in with guys. I like and guys. I don't and i should probably start to diversify a little bit. You know i've taken a ton of chase claypool. Taking a ton of dj charge in those ranges where odell beckham is getting drafted. And i could definitely see odell beckham having kind of a renaissance season. I don't think it's going to be fourteen hundred yards but it could mean eleven hundred and at that price if that browns offense continues to ascend. Then it's a really good by you're also higher than other people. You sent me a list. Because i i was bugging you for it which i carry two. I'm i'm curious. I wanna hear someone. Make the argument for two. I've heard a lot of the arguments against to tell me why you're higher two of them most so it goes back to really. What last season was we all remember. What last season was to just like every other rookie came in no training camp. No exhibition games to also was hamstrung by a team. That was not gonna start it. Starting ryan fitzpatrick a team. That was surprisingly competitive. So couldn't afford to lead him fail on the field and learn on the field because suddenly they're looking like a potential playoff team just missed out on being that and so you have all these factors working against to a tongue of iowa. That are all gone this year. All of those wiped off the slate. He is the starting quarterback. There's no surprise in the dolphins potentially being a competitor this year. He had that whole season with the brian flores staff a year ago he has a training camp he had many campy ad as you will have exhibition games and on top of all that he's got a much better supporting cast but this year then he had a year ago. Chief among that being will fuller added to the mix years. You've got someone who can help him. Stretch field who can push on the field who can be this big separator field and also opened things up for all the different weapons that he has. We still are talking about team. At devante parker and preston williams and they at the draft picks that they made we still have mica sticky. And it makes your myles gaskin really showing himself to be an effective weapon for this team a season ago. I just really think that everything is lined up for two to be the guy who just two.

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"athletic" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

03:05 min | 11 months ago

"athletic" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

"Nfl and make a comment and now boom. He's in the best ball with and we're gonna find out this week. Who really wants it. What i really want now. Is it talk with my guy. Michael beller from the athletic at 'em beller on twitter got to know michael over the last year. So he's a stud. I mean he's churning out content for the athletic like it's his job because it is his job microsoft michael for people. That might not be familiar. Your background and all the stuff you do for the athletic yes. I am a podcast host producer. Do pretty much. All of our fantasy shows fantasy football fantasy baseball in our gambling content as well host him at produce sympathy athletic for a couple of years was sports illustrated for close to a decade before that. So what exciting time of year. You guys absolutely love. This new like the rouges of as joe said nine sicko fantasy prep time exactly and by the way i love it you said close to a decade. I was on a tv show once and they used to always say for me better part of a decade. I played seven years. But i played the better part of a decade in my head sounded so much better than seven years like better part of a decade which is true because it's more than five but it sounds like i played ten years when i didn't. What do you think joe. I hear a month round up. Well i'm ross. Let me say whenever i'm involved in a decade. it's the worst part of the decade. So i know exactly you know. There's a way there's a way to massage language to to make it sound very good. And and i guess that's that's my job as an editor but i i mean look you know what's funny about this ross's i've been at this professionally for more than a decade which is really scary You know but the industry has changed so much in that time and obviously you know the sports journalism industry has changed so much in in that time. I'm a classically classically. Trained sports journalists. That's what my degree reason. And the athletic has completely changed the game and the athletic as you might imagine a understands the importance of fantasy sports in addition to the importance of traditional reporting and we in the fantasy sports industry absolutely value traditional reporting. And that's kind of something that that we really missed last year. Quite frankly we miss the access that beat writers had and i understand the restrictions. That people had just to get that. Nfl season off the ground. But i'm excited for a more traditional kind of a kind of fantasy football season. As i'm sure mike is to The obviously athletic employees incredible beat writers for the nfl things to really good point. Actually michael that we'll have preseason games and we'll have beat writer training camp reports observations this season..

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"athletic" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

03:05 min | 11 months ago

"athletic" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

"Nfl and make a comment and now boom. He's in the best ball with and we're gonna find out this week. Who really wants it. What i really want now. Is it talk with my guy. Michael beller from the athletic at 'em beller on twitter got to know michael over the last year. So he's a stud. I mean he's churning out content for the athletic like it's his job because it is his job microsoft michael for people. That might not be familiar. Your background and all the stuff you do for the athletic yes. I am a podcast host producer. Do pretty much. All of our fantasy shows fantasy football fantasy baseball in our gambling content as well host him at produce sympathy athletic for a couple of years was sports illustrated for close to a decade before that. So what exciting time of year. You guys absolutely love. This new like the rouges of as joe said nine sicko fantasy prep time exactly and by the way i love it you said close to a decade. I was on a tv show once and they used to always say for me better part of a decade. I played seven years. But i played the better part of a decade in my head sounded so much better than seven years like better part of a decade which is true because it's more than five but it sounds like i played ten years when i didn't. What do you think joe. I hear a month round up. Well i'm ross. Let me say whenever i'm involved in a decade. it's the worst part of the decade. So i know exactly you know. There's a way there's a way to massage language to to make it sound very good. And and i guess that's that's my job as an editor but i i mean look you know what's funny about this ross's i've been at this professionally for more than a decade which is really scary You know but the industry has changed so much in that time and obviously you know the sports journalism industry has changed so much in in that time. I'm a classically classically. Trained sports journalists. That's what my degree reason. And the athletic has completely changed the game and the athletic as you might imagine a understands the importance of fantasy sports in addition to the importance of traditional reporting and we in the fantasy sports industry absolutely value traditional reporting. And that's kind of something that that we really missed last year. Quite frankly we miss the access that beat writers had and i understand the restrictions. That people had just to get that. Nfl season off the ground. But i'm excited for a more traditional kind of a kind of fantasy football season. As i'm sure mike is to The obviously athletic employees incredible beat writers for the nfl things to really good point. Actually michael that we'll have preseason games and we'll have beat writer training camp reports observations this season..

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"athletic" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

02:30 min | 11 months ago

"athletic" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

"Ross i mean baseball season is i mean basketball. Season's been here for months. Like i said roth you and i talked about the sickos. The sickos have been drafting. Best ball team since february even before draft free agency. I think those of us who those of us who are just very sick but just not not that sick. We started doing that in may after the draft. I've been doing pretty constantly. i always have something going. I did one last night. I did a high stakes draft. I've been firing off draftkings. Best balls whenever i have. You know i'm sitting on the couch watching something There's my wife watches the hallmark movies. The end it's christmas in july Which they started in june. So it's not christmas. It's not july. But they have christmas in july And the dumb movies and a bush now now. Now i mean ross. My whole theory is like every now and again with one of those walmart moves. They by the way. They pump out like eighty new christmas movies a year. Just one just one. I think it should be like and you don't know which one it is. So keeps you on your toes but lodge that they're trying to save burns down or or there's a or there's a death in the family or they don't end up together just one on seventy nine movies can be just the same old tripe that makes everybody happy but they got to keep you on your toes. I think that's a winning strategy and it would get a lot more of a of the disinterested spouses like myself to watch. Because i think that that is my. That's my plan anyway. But when she's was just get coal in their stocking and say hey. Life's tough kid. It didn't work out for ya. Sorry the end of the movie. That's the end. Yeah and then like oh well. I guess that's the one no but best ball. It's perfect time when you're sitting on the gadget on anything to do you know maybe maybe can't fall asleep. Get get dude drafting. Best ball drafts..

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"athletic" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

02:30 min | 11 months ago

"athletic" Discussed on Fantasy Feast: 'Eatin

"Ross i mean baseball season is i mean basketball. Season's been here for months. Like i said roth you and i talked about the sickos. The sickos have been drafting. Best ball team since february even before draft free agency. I think those of us who those of us who are just very sick but just not not that sick. We started doing that in may after the draft. I've been doing pretty constantly. i always have something going. I did one last night. I did a high stakes draft. I've been firing off draftkings. Best balls whenever i have. You know i'm sitting on the couch watching something There's my wife watches the hallmark movies. The end it's christmas in july Which they started in june. So it's not christmas. It's not july. But they have christmas in july And the dumb movies and a bush now now. Now i mean ross. My whole theory is like every now and again with one of those walmart moves. They by the way. They pump out like eighty new christmas movies a year. Just one just one. I think it should be like and you don't know which one it is. So keeps you on your toes but lodge that they're trying to save burns down or or there's a or there's a death in the family or they don't end up together just one on seventy nine movies can be just the same old tripe that makes everybody happy but they got to keep you on your toes. I think that's a winning strategy and it would get a lot more of a of the disinterested spouses like myself to watch. Because i think that that is my. That's my plan anyway. But when she's was just get coal in their stocking and say hey. Life's tough kid. It didn't work out for ya. Sorry the end of the movie. That's the end. Yeah and then like oh well. I guess that's the one no but best ball. It's perfect time when you're sitting on the gadget on anything to do you know maybe maybe can't fall asleep. Get get dude drafting. Best ball drafts..

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"athletic" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"athletic" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast

"So i think that is the issue that miro's having right now. That's what i've been saying. And then ryan keeps saying. This guy is something different. I'm like i don't think so. He just got the stupid puck. All right so let's talk about one of your articles. And i think this is one of your more articles. You're more proud about 'cause you got pinned up at the top of your your twitter profile so so back kind of before you took over the The job as the stars beat writer for the athletic You wrote an article about a dhabi entitled the russian buddha. So i think that's absolutely awesome But my question about that article and You can answer it however you'd like but What was it like. Following dhabi's journey as he became that nhl goaltender. And how much work did that article actually take. A you know progressing over time. Yeah man the first of all to watch to watch stories like anton like you know. It's always fun to to just see those kinds of things happen because when when you know everyone loves a good cinderella story and that's kind of what amazon's rise in dallas has kinda been. He's been a journeyman. He's played for a double digit teams in his in his professional career. Combining the nhl nhl. and everything. so I i think you know that's been a lot of fun And then you know that story. That took That the week that i wrote it. That was basically the only thing that i worked on. It took probably route. Are i would say a total of. I don't know about about forty to forty five to sixty hours or so. If you combine just like everything of interviews. Yeah because you've got interviews transcribe all the interviews than you have to go through and sort it all. And then there's the editing process with it I would say it took probably around around forty hours Forty to forty forty to fifty hours or so so yeah it was a beast and got it done within one week because obviously there in the middle of the stanley cup playoff run. And you wanna get you wanna get it out in that time. So yeah that was..

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"athletic" Discussed on The Cake Show

The Cake Show

15:46 min | 2 years ago

"athletic" Discussed on The Cake Show

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"athletic" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"athletic" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"Today saying it begs the question. What rosters would look like. Do you think that that teams who have thirty thirty-five maybe just carry a forty man roster into a season because it's not only pitchers? Let's just say you're in Arizona and it's one hundred and ten degrees and you're not getting days often you're playing doubleheaders. I mean that's GonNa wear some guys out so I'm really curious about the roster construction of what baseball would look like If and when we come back yeah I mean first of all you brought up one of the great kind hurdles to playing a season in Arizona. Summer I've I've been in those stadiums in late March where it's almost unplayable cannot imagine June and July if you had to play a day because you know for whatever reason maybe they wouldn't maybe all the games would be at six but it's pretty darn hot still at six the Sun. Go down remember. Tell if that time of year until seven thirty or eight eight thirty. So it's it's it's tough to think about that. But Yeah I think he would have to expand their to some extent Which is again is going to lead to that sort of raggedy -ness of the game because we're gonNA be seeing so many pitching changes etc but again these are mile minor complaints and by the end of the season. These guys will be ready and I also I would kind of dismiss this notion of wealthy only one hundred days. It's going to have an asterisk after it if you angry exert yeah. Nobody's GonNa give a bleep about that in ten years or even the minute it happens you know how much joy that's going to bring somebody. The braves fans aren't apologizing for the nineteen ninety five World Series. Neither as any other team. That's been in a strange season so I think we can put that one to rest. I totally agree. You you mentioned Dylan. Carlson what what do you think the cardinals would do with a guy like Carlson as it pertains to serve his time shortened season or expanded rosters. It's an interesting case. I think when you think about a guy like Dylan Carlson. Yeah I mean I think it was clear that he was SORTA angling for triple eight. Start the season right that that you could kind of just read playing time. What was happening in spring training? I think the writing was on the wall about that. Now will it change? My suspicion is probably not I just think the preference is to give the older outfielders first crack at it because those guys are very much maker brake parts of their career. Tyler. O.`Neil has a lot of tools. I mean I think they wanna see what he can do with you know a a week two weeks three weeks of uninterrupted at bats. You know what does that look like? And so that's the case dealing. Carlson would start at triple A. But really cares. I mean if this guy is as good as we all you know. Probably think he is. He's GonNa make a deep deep impact on this organization and be one of the major building blocks and I think you know whether they manipulate the service time or whatever reasoning is I think he has plenty of time to impact the season if he comes up to three weeks into the season so for me I think people get a little bit locked in on the opening day roster and especially with the player whose trajectory is that that good potentially i. I just think that's a mistake. I think. Just enjoy it when it gets here and why not bring them up when he's feeling good and hitting triple eight pitching really well again and feeling good about himself. That seems to make sense to me. So Mark Saxon is a baseball writer. There's no baseball going on. And the athletic has done a great job covering this story from all angles. So what are some of the stories that you're working on and trying to make sure you know you're informing the public in and trying to keep it as interesting as you can. Yes I mean if anytime there's news I try to be all over it. There hasn't been a lot of news especially with this team so we have a slack channel at the Athletic Slack. I guess for people don't know is kind of like texting but it sort of within the company and there's all these different channels for a guy like US fifty years old. It's hard to keep track of but anyway one of the channels is called. Let's get weird and some of the ideas that have come out of that. One of them was. Let's support our local businesses. Let's show that we care about our communities so one of the things we did was calling a bunch of cardinals people and asking them their the restaurant that means the most to that and why it means most so that's an example of that We did the best cardinal player ever to wear a uniform number from double zero up to ninety nine and I know you know ninety nine with yes sir and it wasn't Wayne Gretzky. No and he. He didn't have a lot of competitions. That's bud the nice thing now and then we are a subscription based service. The Nice thing now. There's ninety day free trial so if people are kinda curious but when it just dip their toe in the water or see what it's all about they can do that and read all these stories and decide if they want to pay for it beyond that. I think it's about six or seven bucks a month. So that will you know that most people who can read some stuff end up liking it and subscribing but either way take free free Pass at it right now. Decide if it's your cup of tea so my final question at the athletic. What are you working on right now? GimMe a story. You want to dive into well. We're actually working on a fan survey right now. I just really WanNa see kind of what fans are. We're thinking about this cardinals team going into the season. I think you'll see today are blues. One will launch. I just kinda worked went up. That's GONNA launch at some point. Maybe later today maybe early on Wednesday morning and then will release the results of that fan survey And just see where people's heads are in terms of where they think this season's going what how they were feeling about the cardinals going into the season. some other fun little things about team. Mvp's whether they'll win a CY young and the next five years so we're kind of trying to engage a little bit see what people are interested in and then kind of build our our coverage from there so that's kind of the next thing and then just some of these funny. Let'S GET WEIRD PROJECT. GonNa lined up several weeks. And then who knows Daddy Mac one of these days you and I'll see each other in a press box somewhere on the dugout bench and will be writing about real baseball again. Yeah we'll be sick of each other at some point again. I look forward to those days. Believe me Mark and I mean that sincerely as a joke I love you. I Miss Ya. I WANNA see Ya. I WANNA see guys covering baseball so I know you feel the same way too and I want to hear your Your dulcet tones over the airways. I love it man. It's really good to catch up with you. Thanks mark I appreciate all your work okay Danny..

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"athletic" Discussed on FOCUS on POCUS�

FOCUS on POCUS�

14:12 min | 2 years ago

"athletic" Discussed on FOCUS on POCUS�

"Career highlights or two thousand six Missouri Valley Conference Championship Two Thousand Six Missouri Tournament Championship Two Thousand Six Frontier League Championship. Two Thousand Thousand Eight. MLS Supporters Shield Championship two thousand eight MLS Cup Championship two thousand nine Mls Supporters Shield Championship. Two thousand a sixteen. US Open Cup Championship. Ladies and gentlemen in Two Thousand Sixteen Supporters Shield Championship. You've got a wall trophies man and that's the goal and sports right talk about it. I love it. Yeah so it's been a good ride and then good Long career in less and it's been really great league to be a part of where young individuals like myself get gotten opportunities sooner. Just because it's a new growing evolving the and it's been great the protocols and procedures in the medical side grow and well holy itself and being able to be a part of. That's been really exciting. That's pretty wild man. So tell me about out your job so I know like I'm coming from an allied health like a Sinaga for and I'm in the lab and people come to me once or mile run to the ER and things like that over the years so you're the guys that run out in the field. They're in the game that we see is that right. That's right athletic. Trainers the first point of contact and care for all athletes Healthcare needs. I think the real unique thing about how we fit into the whole medical landscape is that we're with these athletes every day. Where you see them whether the hurt or not? So we really we get to see their whole continuum of care really get to evaluate them and get a baseline on them when they're healthy and optimum but and and therefore we can really take them through the whole process of giving all the way back to through health which is established by the baseline and also we just establish a rapport with them because those were with them every day. That isn't really seen anywhere else. In elston healthcare. We know them personally. We're able to get them in and out to a doctor in the same day because they're our our focus. I think that's really unique. So you guys get to ride around in those cool. ATV's with the big cooler of Gatorade in the back that I see see on TV only on good days. What are the kind of diagnostics that you guys are using? sportsmed m s que evaluation or Ultrasound anything like like that. Yeah and I think that's the biggest trend booze innovation that's happening on the clinical side of athletic training right now and integrating a lot of imaging technologies that allow us to do a better job classically we really do hands on. Evaluations functional movement stuff and pal patients things like that they have always been our forte. And still are but now the technology's catching up and really giving us more access to these things. There's no reason why we can't advance and being will do really high level imaging in house to give a better read on the ceiling rates of tissues Do a better evaluation relation of injuries. And then you know still work with our traditions On those informations on those plans on all that data to make you're making the best care care plan for our athletes possible. Yes you guys will be do I. I'm guessing mostly primary Muscle skeletal you know That's a hard ultrasound to learn. How how you how you guys training for that in learning that stuff I know like to look at a micro hair or fractures and stuff? It's it's For me is this is probably one of the more challenging just because of the anatomy requirements. Yeah and that's been one of the great things things and and probably the most biggest advancement. I've had in my education since I've been practicing full-time it's been this education through using diagnostic ultrasound sound. I've been using it practically athletic training room for the last five or six years noise and working with ultrasound professionals and radiologists and and lots of different people to figure out how to actively use it in our environments and how apply it and where it's good for them what it's not and and Arab dns is really pushing forward with this pocus initiative To upgrade the education. That's out there for in K.. And and other things but MS K Level Education so that we can use it every day athletic trainers where those limits are. Were you know needs to be done on by somebody else but also what we can use it appropriately on within our environment. Sure sure I mean using little hand hills right or the little laptops ops will kind of machines. I'm personally used it all started with the big old. Ge Guy Quote Unquote touchscreen and you know and it was portable but yeah you need a whole case for for it but You know and now. They're so small of used the many different units that plug into tablets and our hand-held and and is crazy the That technology has grown develop. Even the last eight years have been using ultrasound and working with it. How it's changed the landscape of what we're able to do and forward and now they're units that are you know well under three thousand dollars that you can afford in having every training room which which where when I bought mine with my previous professional club? it was thirty grams. Yeah Yeah I I've got a butterfly. It's under just under under two thousand dollars. Those are yeah getting like anything else. They're getting smaller cheaper faster. So I'm guessing so you're having a soccer game regular tournament game just average. How many injuries happen over the course of that game so in a game I mean? Hopefully you don't do anything slow nights a good good night where we always say world but you know I think the nice thing about the MS K.. Piece of it is that there's always injuries happening. You know and so whether I run out and field or or not. These guys are pushing their bodies to the limit and the limit of physiology is an injury right so when they're pushing themselves they're creating like you said micro. Tears were usually moderate tears and muscles. That soreness that's pains. Whatever we usually find that out on a Sunday after Saturday's game and so it's it's really nice one one of the probably the biggest use cases I've found it's be able to look at those muscles and say look the athlete in the face and look look? I know you have some station right now. But I don't see anything structural structurally wrong and that just gives them a level of relief that they're able to say okay. Cool I'll practice tomorrow and having that knowledge and that that background background and education to be able to support that and to say that gives me comfort to be able to say. I gave my athlete a higher level of care than before. When you have to say you know well let's let's push through it? Let's try some things and and then report back you're able to go with a little bit more confidence now because you looked at it Beneath the skin. Wow man that's yeah and especially a lot of those guys are You know they're under these huge dollar contracts and thinking about the NFL Major League baseball and things like that. You know when you're talking about this soccer game. I get excited and I kinda WanNa just do like you know. It's a soccer game and it's like Dave young driving down to the goal. He shoots go Wait a minute Scott. Richards run into the field. He's gotTa Micro Tear. So what else do you guys do as far as just curious. Yeah so our job is again if there's an acute injury we're going out run on the field and we're evaluating it you know and and I always tell the athletic training students the intern with me most of your diagnosis Your evaluation rather is done as you're running on the field you know you're seeing their body language you're seeing in your mind you should know what body part is is a concussion as it a broken leg is is it a knee injury all those things evaluating while you're running on field and then you get your hands on assessment and right there you have to make a decision quick whether you're going to call for a sovereign because that's important that's why we're in sports and it's really whether do I need more time to make up further evaluation and if you do that you're calling for the sub taking care of the athlete. Wait and then moving onto the next step and making sure they get the care they need and so from there. I mean we might transport them on an ambulance and go with him to the hospital for the next level of care they just take him in the locker room where we can take care of it themselves you know Or might say hey back in the game you can play on through this problem And you know there's it's always the The old draw on the foul too. You know and I've been part of a lot of those situations You out there and they give you the wink and and you know they're good. He knows he's good and we need the foul. After further review the hamstring stands right. That's pretty well man you got. That's a really really cool career. I bet you're happy when that stuff. You really dig it right. Yeah it's been fantastic. You know it's it's been like really enjoyable and again I think we're unique. Because we really get to see those outcomes and see the athletes exceed after taking them through a rehab or something you know and that's really gratifying and you don't always get that the rest of the medical world know a lot of times yet. It's very piecemeal and silos. So one of the typical sports injuries that happen out there number one injury and all of soccer and most of sports is hamstring strains and so. That's just you know the tire on a Nascar were the most stress is always trying to maintain and work on those and keep those going On keep them on the field so number one by far and then you know you see the classical Athletes Stories you know knee injuries and Shoulder injuries all the joint stuff stuff you know which keeps you up for longer and so you see a lot of that and you go to those vows but for the most part soccer one of the reasons I like it. 'cause you're mainly looking at soft tissue injuries which which is where ultrasound plays such a big role because once you can see him earlier or treat them you can keep on the field those are manageable. The selfish you injuries whereas football you know the contusion Susan the the ACL tares and all those things you know it pretty much is what it is you know when it happens. It's it's there's no going back with muscle injuries and stuff. You can usually usually maintain that tree to get them back on the field the next weekend. And that's the fun part for me is figuring out how to keep him on the field while it sounds I got I got a bunch of questions. I'm just GONNA pull one out. So what about the cases for athletic Diagnostic ultrasound. Yeah so I mean I think hamstrings a great place to start with that. I mean these guys coming all the time and and again. They put that stress on the answering. They're supposed to and that's not the most sore part of your body after a game. We didn't really try my friend. Why are you driving coach man? I don't know if I WANNA play on that team. Well I gotTa make those guys happy too so I gotta have lingo down. Yeah that's right now..

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