35 Burst results for "BEN"

Rep. Ken Buck: We Need Competition Among Social Platforms

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 8 hrs ago

Rep. Ken Buck: We Need Competition Among Social Platforms

"Yeah I just saw Twitter thread online as well Until that will be censored soon as well The Democrat leadership looks like it's going to fall into the hands right now of Hakeem Jeffries Another radical leftist Democrat I dealt with myself up there on Capitol Hill wasn't a pleasant experience but that's for another day The interesting thing about suppressing speech about election than nihilism or whatever euphemism they want to use for conservatives questioning elections but they're allowed to do by the way the interesting thing is Hakeem Jeffries has done this himself Congressman So if Twitter or Facebook or apple or any of these big tech companies pre Elon Twitter we're really concerned about what they call misinformation or disinformation and they were honest about it Ben Hillary Clinton Stacey Abrams and a hakim Jeffries themselves would be banned from posting on these platforms I mean am I wrong You're claiming election denialism is grounds for dismissal off the platform It sounds like it's only conservative questions about elections No you're absolutely right And that goes to the very hard Dan of antitrust What we need is we need 5 twitters and we need 8 facebooks and we need ten amazons and we need a competition among these different platforms It's not that we want the government or some woke mob that works at any of these particular platforms to decide what is good speech and what is bad speech We want consumers to make that choice We want consumers to have this variety of platforms that they can go to just like they do with cable news just like they do with newspapers just like they do with radio We want to give consumers a variety of choices and it's why it's so important that we go through this process of looking at how these companies became monopolies and what we should do about it In my view they should not have monopoly status We should create competition in the marketplace

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Who Is Nick Fuentes?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:33 min | 2 d ago

Who Is Nick Fuentes?

"Jake, let's first talk about Nick Fuentes. Would you know Nick Fuentes? And by the way, I've condemned the president meeting with him. I know about him because he's harassed Ben Shapiro for years, anti semitic white supremacist, not the 24 years old. Would you know him if you bumped into him on a train? I would, yes, because I've seen him in media coverage in recent in the last couple of years. I might recognize him now before this I've only seen him harassing Ben Shapiro and crosswalks and saying his vile disgusting things. Do you think president Trump has any staff at all down there that vets whoever comes in to Mar-a-Lago? It's a public restaurant. And I know Kanye is himself a menace to civil discourse, but do you think he would have known it was Nick Fuentes? I have no idea Ben Shapiro had an interesting tweet, which I thought was pretty apt, which was basically he said. I'm going to miss I'm not going to misquote because I got to pull it up. He said, a good way to act a good way to not accidentally dine with a vile racist and anti semite, you don't know, is not to dine with a vile racist. I said, you do know. That's well put. And Kanye has gone there now and really flying the full freak flag on Jews, but the Nick Fuentes has been there a long time. I'm just wondering as a litmus test, whether or not people know who he is. They will now. But I just can't understand not having a team of people to vet the people who walk in to Mar-a-Lago.

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Donald Trump Has Dinner With 'Ye' and Known White Supremacist

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:49 sec | 2 d ago

Donald Trump Has Dinner With 'Ye' and Known White Supremacist

"Trump in hot water for meeting with the known anti semite Nick Fuentes. I don't know much about Nick Fuentes all I ever saw them was a video of him. Harassing Ben Shapiro and his family, I assume because Ben with Jewish, I don't know, but I think that's it. I don't know if the former president has any advanced staff at all if he does. They've got to be fired and if he doesn't, he got to ask himself whether or not he wants to continue to be seen with known anti semites and white supremacists, Nick Fuentes is not a Kanye sort of nuts person, Kanye, I wouldn't be seen with either, but or at yay as he's called by Yi, as you saw by many people online. I wouldn't go to dinner with him either, but Nick Fuentes really, mister president. You need a staff. You really do need a staff. You don't sit down with that guy.

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Buffalo gunman pleads guilty in racist supermarket massacre

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 d ago

Buffalo gunman pleads guilty in racist supermarket massacre

"A gunman in Buffalo has pleaded guilty to the racist supermarket massacre earlier this year. This case is a poster child for swift justice. Erie county district attorney John Flynn at a news conference carried by W K B W after the white gunmen who killed ten black people at a buffalo supermarket last May pleaded guilty. Justice has been done today. But while justice has been accomplished, nothing will ever bring back the ten beautiful people who lost their lives on that day. Attorney Ben crump, who represents some of the victims families on a very difficult day. It was just gut wrenching. And it made you angry all over again. I'm Shelley Adler.

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49ers top Saints 13-0, first to blank New Orleans since 2001

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

49ers top Saints 13-0, first to blank New Orleans since 2001

"San Francisco's defense set the tone from the opening drive, forcing New Orleans Alvin Kamara to fumble and holding the star running back to a total 13 yards rushing for the game. The mission accomplished Nick Bosa says the defense expected the saints to try to get their run game going, but shut it down. And whenever you do that, it's going to be a really good chance of making a team one dimensional. Jimmy Garoppolo through the game's only touchdown in a 13 zero victory as San Francisco became the first team to hold New Orleans scoreless in nearly 21 years. The forty-niners improved to 7 and four alone atop the NFC west. The saints fall to foreign aid. I'm Ben Thomas

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AP Top 25: Michigan up to No. 2 behind top-ranked Georgia

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 d ago

AP Top 25: Michigan up to No. 2 behind top-ranked Georgia

"Four top ten teams lost on the final day of regular season games, and that's produced change in the AP poll, Georgia remains number one, but Michigan moves up to second after powering past last week's number two Ohio State. The buckeyes dropped to 5th. TCU slots in at third, and Southern California is fourth, USC is the only team in the top four with a loss. The rest of the top ten now has Alabama at 6 just ahead of Tennessee, Penn State follows at 8 with Washington number 9, Clemson's lost to South Carolina drops it to ten. While the other top ten teams to fall were LSU now 11 and Oregon tumbling to 15. I'm Ben Thomas.

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Car Coach Reports' Lauren Fix Talks the Audi Diesel Truck Trial

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

Car Coach Reports' Lauren Fix Talks the Audi Diesel Truck Trial

"Question we've only got a minute left. You got to follow her car coach reports dot com Lorraine fix lord and fix on Twitter. You sent me a story. I haven't even had a look at it. What is the disaster of the Audi diesel truck trial? Just give us give us a little tea so everybody can go and read your report. Okay, it's Anna website on YouTube called vin wiki, VI and wiki, and I've submitted 7 stories to him. I went down to his place in Atlanta. And we tell car stories and one of those was a very interesting accident. I had in the desert, we talk about how it was Oprah's automotive expert, whether you like her or not, it was really good for promoting my brand. And of course some racing while pregnant. So if you go to Ben wiki and you put my name in there, Lauren fix, you will find him a little bit different. All right,

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 3 d ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports, I'm Ben Thomas, on a big day in college football and the big game had Ohio State hosting Michigan. Then in cap on how it played out. CFP number three Michigan stuns number two Ohio State 45 23 JJ McCarthy threw for 263 yards and three touchdowns and ran in another to help Michigan outscore Ohio State 28 three in the second half and approved a 12 clinching a spot in the Big Ten championship game. Job's not finished. We got so much more to do. CJ Stroud sauce for 349 yards and two touchdowns, but it was too late interceptions that sealed the buckeyes fate, Ohio State drops to 11 and one. Number one, Georgia overcame a slow start to beat Georgia Tech 37 14 and finish another undefeated regular season one number four TCU crushed Iowa state 62 14. But Michigan's decisive victory over Ohio State does offer some hope for playoff aspirants. Correspondent Mark Myers reports in USC took a giant step closer with a 38 27 win over Notre-Dame. Quarterback Caleb Williams encountered for four touchdowns, one passing in three running for the now 11 in one Trojans. Williams is now considered the leading candidate to capture the Heisman Trophy. But LSU tripped up falling to Texas a and M 38 23 head coach Brian Kelly. We just, for some reason, we're off today. In Clemson lost by a point to South Carolina, Alabama took the iron bowl 49 27 over auburn, coach Nick Saban says, despite two losses, the crimson tide merit playoff consideration. This team didn't give up on themselves. They didn't give up on each other. They kept fighting and won some tough games. Tennessee thrashed Vanderbilt 56 to nothing while Oregon state stunned Oregon 38 34. In the NBA, the raptures Lakers rockets and sons all winners, the NHL, oilers, hurricanes, blues, Maple Leafs, Devils, islanders, avalanche and Canucks at the World Cup Argentina over Mexico, France towns, Denmark, Australia beat Tunisia and Poland topped Saudi Arabia. Ben Thomas AP sports.

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Inflation weighs on shoppers despite Black Friday deals

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 d ago

Inflation weighs on shoppers despite Black Friday deals

"Shoppers have been weighed down by inflation lately, but that doesn't mean they didn't turn out for Black Friday. I'm Ben Thomas. Let's go to the mall. It is still one of the most popular shopping events. Catherine Cohen, with the national retail federation, says early deals and online shopping have altered the state of Black Friday. In the past, it was more of the kick-off to the shopping season. Now it's more of the halfway point. But the crowds were out at the lakeside shopping center in New Orleans and Alicia Raymond was focused. I'm

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Bombed, not beaten: Ukraine's capital flips to survival mode

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 6 d ago

Bombed, not beaten: Ukraine's capital flips to survival mode

"People across Ukraine are slipping into survival mode as Russia continues its barrage targeting one newly liberated city for particular punishment. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. It's a bomb study. Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky calls it the revenge of those who lost. Russia continues to pound curse on the southern city recaptured by Ukrainian forces just two weeks ago, witnesses describe at least 5 killed Thursday, but many more wounded. If you reporters capturing images of survivors drenched in their own blood. Says his house was hit by two shells. His medics carried him to an ambulance with a horrific leg wound, but hospitals incur son have been without power and water. A situation in cities across the country, including the capital Kyiv, with people filling bottles wherever they can, including collecting rainwater from train tights. I'm Ben Thomas.

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Ben Shapiro: What Is the Celebration Paradox?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:07 min | 6 d ago

Ben Shapiro: What Is the Celebration Paradox?

"There's something that folks call online to celebration paradox The celebration paradox is essentially when a person on the left says a thing And they said they say it in celebratory fashion And it's good It's a good thing And then you say well you know I don't like that thing so much And I say how dare you even notice this thing You're not celebrating And if you're not celebrating it this means that you're super bad If you've been mentioned that it's happening this means that you are super bad There's a great example of this Chuck Schumer who is going to maintain his majority leader status thanks to Republican underperformance in the last midterm election Chuck Schumer he was talking about why there needs to be a Amnesty for 11 million illegal immigrants And the case that essentially he made was the great replacement theory So the great replacement theory is this theory that basically there are people who are purposefully bringing in folks from south of the border to replace people who are not being born in the United States in an attempt to change the demographics of the country And that's considered a racist theory because after all the idea that there are people who are who are being shipped into the country of different races and ethnicities and that that's going to change the demographic make up the country and therefore the voting base of the country If you oppose this this means that you are a racist

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Tarantino Is Making Excuses for Not Standing up to Harvey Weinstein

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:56 min | Last week

Tarantino Is Making Excuses for Not Standing up to Harvey Weinstein

"I was there. Obviously you know, my ear was not only to the ground. It was below the ground. Both ears. I heard everything back then and Harvey was close to me. I talked to him several days a week. I never heard a rape story. Now, Quentin Tarantino was closer to Harvey. They worked together in tandem. I'm sure he heard something. Let's not forget the fact that Brad Pitt wanted Harvey Weinstein when Harvey made a play for Gwyneth Paltrow or some kind of shit in Brad Pitt, let him know. Even Ben Affleck, let him know, this shit doesn't wash with me. So the stories were out there and guys like Quentin Tarantino would have heard that more than me, but you know, look, I understand, look, you do this to me, you're not gonna get this movie. I never heard actresses talking like that. You know, Quentin said he heard, don't get in the back of a limo with this guy. Courtney Love said something to that effect on the red carpet one day. But it's funny. My girlfriend, the girlfriend, will tell me, no, no, I even heard that stuff, and I wasn't even there, but I heard it. And I'm like, I don't know what to tell you. I didn't hear it, and I was a gossip columnist. I'm not lying to you. I heard the hobby was a bully. I heard he got things done. I assumed he got laid like every other studio had got late since Louis V mayor. But, you know, bathrobe, raping, injecting drugs into his penis to get hard. No, I never heard any of that stuff. Or else, I would have done what Quentin Tarantino said he would have done. Like I did for Harvey when I found out he was banging some girl in England and, you know, cheating on his first wife. I would have said, hey, boss. Because there was no reason not to call him Boston. He wasn't, you know, condemned yet. I was a boss. I don't know what's going on, but here's what I hear. There's a story out there that you're raping chicks. I'm going to put it right in his lap. Not to threaten him that I was going to write the story, but I want to, like I said here, here's this bomb diffusing. It's out there. So, you know, I don't know, but I really think Quentin Tarantino because of his position and because Harvey took him under his wing, Quentin Tarantino can tell you all he wants that he never heard this stuff. I don't believe it. And some people will tell you when did Paltrow's father was a top director. And her mother, Blythe Danner, was a star. But the person who went to Weinstein about his behavior toward her was Brad Pitt. Who was a born fan at the time. So how can people not know about this guy doing that shit? So you know Quentin Tarantino was on the front lines. I think he's full of shit when he talks about this. He's making excuses for why he didn't stand up like a real man and confront Harvey.

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Nets' Ben Simmons booed, loses in Philly homecoming 115-106

AP News Radio

00:23 sec | Last week

Nets' Ben Simmons booed, loses in Philly homecoming 115-106

"With Joel embiid James Harden and Jarvis Maxie out with injuries, forward Tobias Harris picked up the mantle for the 70s sixers in a one 15 one O 6 win. Harris scored 7 points during a fourth quarter run that enabled Philadelphia to seal the victory, Harris at 24 points, 18 to those coming in the second half. The Anthony melted on the 23rd, Kyrie Irvin had 23 for Brooklyn

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Irving returns, Simmons scores 22 as Nets beat Grizzlies

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Irving returns, Simmons scores 22 as Nets beat Grizzlies

"The nets were one 27 one 15 winners over the grizzlies and the return of Kyrie Irving The Brooklyn guard had 14 points in his return from a suspension You're so good to get this game out of the way And now we can move forward with the rest of the season Ben Simmons had his first 20 point game since the 2021 playoffs Finishing with 22 I know I can do I know him careful of And I'm not surprised Kevin Durant chipped in 26 points giving him at least 25 and all 17 games he's played this season The nets led by just three before opening the fourth quarter on an 18 5 spurt Dylan Brooks poured in 31 points for the grizzlies I'm Dave ferry

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Sebastian and Jennifer Discuss Trump's Commitment to America

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | Last week

Sebastian and Jennifer Discuss Trump's Commitment to America

"An aspect of support for president Trump. And I don't get mushy here because I'll ruin my rep. But it's not just about the policies and making a rational political decision. My God, his commitment to this nation, and he said it yesterday, he said, I was living a very happy life before I was president. I don't need to do this again. The only reason because he's losing money, he's being attacked constantly, he's paying millions in legal fees because the DoJ is coming after him, the southern district of New York. Jen, I want to support a man who's doing this because he loves America. Why is that wrong? Yeah, I think that people get it really wrong with him. And I have never, I mean, I've had dinner in the same room with president Trump, Ben de Mar-a-Lago, never met him and spent a lot of time with him. But I'm telling you that the gut instinct that I have with him is that he doesn't need to do this. I think that, yes, he has a big ego like everyone else in politics and everybody else that runs big businesses. But I don't think he's running, and I don't think he ran before to feed that. What I think is that he really believes that this country can be great. He sees the potential in America. He loves the country, and he knows that he can lead us in the right direction, and I really believe that he is running for all the right reasons. This is not for a book deal. This is not to become a television producer like the obamas. This is because he really believes that he can make a difference. And I'm all on board. And as far as Ron DeSantis goes and I know we're going to get to this, I really think so much of what's been going on is a construct of the mainstream media and these never trumpers who would like nothing more than to blow Trump out of the water because they're afraid of the backbone that he has.

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Trump Spiritual Adviser Says 'He's Like an Elementary Schoolchild'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | Last week

Trump Spiritual Adviser Says 'He's Like an Elementary Schoolchild'

"Trump standing at the end of the table, he's got Franklin. All of mine are well behind. Ben Carson lime and I put Sam in Rodrigo's dinner by. He said he was scared of the same man. I said, good. I'm gonna put him right in front of your nose, and I did. And Donald Trump stands up and he says James. And Carson said he wouldn't endorse me. You know why we're here? Endorsement, let's talk to you. Tell him talk to you in our games. Do you remember that? I told Ben, I don't talk to anybody 15 minutes. He said, James, how long did we talk two hours? I said, no, sir, we talked an hour and a half. And I might add that so long as you've been quiet, your entire life. Hey, he died laughing and everybody else did. The man started calling him on his cell phone. And then he started asking me to call him him and for 5 years he took every single column. Sometimes two or three a day. You say, well, what were they? Many times they were encouraging. As he told Rick Perry said he just started to preach it. And he said, and then he just prays, Rick. He said, it's amazing. He said, you never want anything. Make sure to think he does. He wants God's will. He called me for marine one to tell me that he was sitting there having that conversation with Trump. Okay, he heard you can always heed. Everything you wanted him to hear. Every single thing you have a prayed for him to hear. Came through these lips, got straight into his face. And with the same force you've heard me talking to you, I spoke it to him. Sir, you act like a little element for school, child, and you shoot yourself in the foot every morning when you get up and open your mouth. The more you keep your mouth closed, the more successful you're gonna be. You say, well, that didn't work very well, did it?

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Did the FBI Informants Find Any Crimes by the Proud Boys?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:24 min | 2 weeks ago

Did the FBI Informants Find Any Crimes by the Proud Boys?

"Folks we already told you that about a year ago based on multiple sources that there were highly likely to be FBI informants in there we were told it was a conspiracy theory to ignore it the fact checkers of course probably had a field day banned people I'm just proud to be on the right side of the information arc of history why the Democrats are constantly stupid They figure out things a year later they put it out in The New York Times They're like hey look at what look Look at what we did We reported the news Yeah a year and a half too late So I have some questions about that Given that I'm very familiar with how confidential human sources work what exactly were these confidential human sources doing and who were they reporting too Now you would like to believe that there was some reasonable suspicion of a crime being committed by these Proud Boys if the FBI was working with confidential human sources in the investigation of a crime But what was the crime Was the crime not being antifa Does the FBI have confidential human sources inside BLM and antifa too Folks these are pretty serious questions because if they don't to organizations we know we know have committed the acts of terrorism in front of the cameras Ben that says to me that there's a political motivation here not necessarily a law enforcement one which says to me we've got even bigger problems

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US wholesale inflation eases to 8%, 4th straight slowdown

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

US wholesale inflation eases to 8%, 4th straight slowdown

"The latest gauge of inflation shows some easing at the wholesale level I'm Ben Thomas with the latest numbers The government's producer price index which measures costs before they reach consumers rose .2% from September to October and that October level was 8% higher than a year ago Still that's an improvement over September when the annual figure was up 8.4% and the fourth straight decline Most of the monthly increase reflected higher gasoline prices and the cost of new cars actually fell 1.5% Factoring out the ups and downs and energy and food core prices were unchanged in October from September the lowest reading in nearly two years Ben Thomas Washington

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"ben" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:31 min | Last month

"ben" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Why can't I connect you with another person that I know who does a really great job and make the magic happen? Fire nation at the end of the day, it's all about making magic happen. And I want you to kind of take a step back right now, Ben, and I want you to take the microphone. Take the stage, so to speak. And realize that we're talking today about the value of time. What is the overarching message that you want to get across to fire nation about everything we talked about here today in accordance with the value of time? We never, ever get that back ever. It's by far our most valuable resource, even more valuable than oil. At the end of the day, right? Well, at the end of our lives, we can probably imagine relative and they're laying on their deathbed and going, you know what? It's been a good time with you, or you know what? I wish I had spent more time with you. And the simple math is most people work about a 2000 hour working year, right? That's 50 weeks of work, 40 hours a week. So if you're making a $100,000, then your time is worth 50 bucks an hour. And if you can find a service that is less than $50 an hour, or maybe a little more, but doesn't take time to get, then do it. Absolutely. Because you can get another dollar tomorrow, but you won't have today again, ever. And cutting your ski day short, or you're fishing there, whatever you like, cutting your ski to short to not spend quality time with friends and family is kind of a waste. But we do have to do it sometimes in real life. Fire nation real life is real life. And sometimes real life does take over. And something that we haven't talked about today is, hey, pay the bills first. Pay the bills first because you know what? You've got to keep going in this world and making things happen. But I just love when I see and meet

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"So I was down there to 11 o'clock at night. Wow. Yeah. Wow. But I was really, I was really happy, and I wasn't, I didn't feel my faith was solidified after that. Yeah. It was like, okay, God could have taken me, but he didn't. He left me here. I better do something good. All right, there's this company called higher dose. I've had them on my podcast. They make really cool, basically. It's like home bio acting stuff. And their products are littered, all over my basement. They have a portable infrared sauna blanket that you can wrap yourself in that's literally like a warm dose of sunshine that releases all these happy chemicals in your body, but unlike most saunas and heating blankets, they're extremely low in EMF radiation. So you get all the benefits of the increased blood flow and the feel good effects when you wrap yourself in this thing. You know, if I'm taking a nap, I get inside that or my hyperbaric chamber. If I'm laying down and watching some with my kids, I wrap myself in a sauna blanket. If I get sick, man, drink some electrolytes, wrap yourself in that thing, sweat it out, even if you don't have a full on sauna, saw in a blanket is amazing super portable too. They also have a PMF mat that uses the same infrared technology and this PMF. It's like exercise for your cells, flushes out inflammation, they build their mats with a 100% natural purple amethyst crystals and mesh fabric tubes that go through the mat and they deepen the PMF session because you get negative ions in addition to the PMF. They even have an infrared light face mask for your face for like a beauty treatment. And if I'm doing like a clay mask from my face, I do this once a week. I put on the red light face mask. And what it is, is it's this red and near infrared LED light technology, but it stimulates collagen, activates glowing skin, reduces fine lines, regenerates cells, and it will take any skin treatment or anything you put on your skin and basically amplify it, upgrade it. So really, really cool products that hire dose is making. You gotta check these folks out. You get 15% off of anything. Anything from higher dose. If you've got a higher dose dot com slash Ben and use code Ben. That's higher dose dot com slash.

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:43 min | 10 months ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"And the types of changes they can make and organ systems in your body are extraordinary and I put several examples in the book that would sound impossible. But the type of healing that creates amazing and it is painless. This is not like some heavy duty body therapy where you're scraping the body or doing something that nature, it's literally just knowing how these patterns can be released in the body. And I super highly recommend people to check it out. Yeah, it's crazy. We're still discovering forms of therapy that work like this. I mean, my friend Ben Patrick, the knees over toes guy. He's fixing people's knees right and left doing all these all these new forms of physical therapy that are super duper and slant board and do a squad and it's nuts. People just don't know, right? You got to know you got to have a road map. You got to know which moves to do and once you do, it's amazing how much you can do without the stem cells and the injections and some of the more fancy protocols. You don't necessarily have to start with Myo splicing. Yeah, exactly. That's my whole point. I divided the book. We did it in 5 parts. The first part, orients you to longevity, what's happening, how the body ages, how to shift it, stem cells, the second part is this hero's journey of 5 of these tools like bio splice, like, you know, the incision less brain surgery for Parkinson's, like somebody goes in and literally in 15 minutes, maybe an hour to set it up, 5, ten minutes through the treatment and they walk out like without the problem. It's mind boggling. You know, person who had a 50 mile bike ride and they were taking 15 medications couldn't walk across the road. So that's a chapter. Cartilage cells are a chapter. So you learn the hero's journey, but you also learn what the tools are. And then the third section is all the things you can do with sleep with your body with your emotions with your exercise, what are the best cutting edge tools then the fourth section are the big 6.

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:02 min | 10 months ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"It's just a great probiotic. It's wonderful. So go to seed dot com slash Ben. SEED dot com slash Ben. That'll get you 15% off your first month of there. They called their daily sin biotic. All right, there's this company called higher dose. I've had them on my podcast. They make really cool, basically. It's like home bio acking stuff. And their products are littered all over my basement. They have a portable infrared sauna blanket that you can wrap yourself in that's literally like a warm dose of sunshine that releases all these happy chemicals in your body, but unlike most saunas and heating blankets, they're extremely low in EMF radiation. So you get all the benefits of the increased blood flow and the feel good effects when you wrap yourself in this thing. You know, if I'm taking a nap, I get inside that or my hyperbaric chamber. If I'm laying down and washes them with my kids, I wrap myself in a sauna blanket. If I get sick, man, drink some electrolytes wrap yourself in that thing, sweat it out, even if you don't have a full on sauna, saw in a blanket is amazing, super portable, too. They also have a PMF mat that uses the same infrared technology and this PMF. It's like exercise for your cells, flushes out inflammation. They build their mats with a 100% natural purple amethyst crystals and mesh fabric tubes that go through the mat and they deepen the PMF session because you get negative ions in addition to the PMF. They even have an infrared light face mask for your face for like a beauty treatment. And if I'm doing like a clay mask for my face, I do this once a week. I put on the red light face mask. And what it is, is it's this red and near infrared LED light technology, but it stimulates collagen, activates glowing skin, reduces fine lines, regenerates cells, and will take any skin treatment or anything you put on your skin and basically amplify it, upgrade it. So really, really cool products that higher dose is making. You gotta check these folks out. You get 15% off of anything. Anything from higher dose. If you got a higher dose dot com slash Ben and use code Ben. That's higher dose dot com slash Ben and use code.

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

05:05 min | 11 months ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Now when that gets easy, add load. So I'm doing single legged back extensions, full stretch at the bottom. Full glute contraction at the top. So my glutes are actually like freakishly strong from my program. That makes sense. And look, what I think you should do Ben, maybe for like your April 1st exercise is release the humped over dog shitting exercise where you're just like out in your yard. You hunt yourself over and kind of crawl across your yard with your back hunched over like a dog. That's getting ready to take a shit, you know, as they do, you know, they make it look so easy. They just kind of hunch over their back and stuff starts to fall out. And then you can kind of like go backwards and drag your ass on the grass as the way to wipe and you could do the Ben Patrick dog shedding ass to grass exercise. That's gonna be your April fools. What do you mean? That would be the elite the elite extreme program. But you give me a totally good idea. I take every every criticism I look at it and I go, okay, how do I take responsibility for that? So I'll make a really good I'll make a really script up a really good video describing what I was just describing to you. No, I'm like on how to get killer glutes so that people have a resource that they're realizing like, oh, we actually, we actually are training the glutes just because I'm not taught, I think it's just more because most programs like they're talking about the glutes more. You know what I mean? Yeah, yeah. Well, first of all, I know that for the ATG program, like Ben mentioned, it's like $49 and 57 a month. It's $20 22 cents for the first month with no long-term contract. So you could pillage me right now during the holidays, learn everything, look at all the programs for $20 and 22 cents anything doesn't work out. You could sell used cars. And then also a ton of stuff, just like for free online. Ben super generous in terms of putting a ton of really good stuff out there, which is why I actually think you found success in the industry Ben is that's what I found. It just help people put out a bunch of really good content and give options for people to take a deeper dive with personal coaching or whatever. But yeah, it all starts with just like finding stuff that freaking works and put it out there to help people. That's always been my MO and I think you're doing a good job doing that. So I'm gonna hunt down pretty much like everything that Ben and I talked about for those of you listening in. And if you go to Ben grapefruit I can tell you to make it pretty easy. That's easy. You got my email. So Ben grateful bitch dot com slash Ben Patrick, and I'll just like put a chock full of show notes in there. And then if you have specific questions, leave them in the show notes. You know, one other thing I should mention or send me a DM. Yeah, either way. You can't be careful what you wish for, bro. The other thing that I should mention is that obviously there's some benefit I've found to deep tissue work to like some trigger point stuff. Have you ever seen the knee pain Bible Ben? Yeah. Okay. Do you have any thoughts on trigger point release or pairing some of this stuff with like some foam rolling or anything like that? Do you mess around with any of that? No, so I took a really exact approach that was going to be I'm going to see exactly what my body can do if I don't do anything for recovery whatsoever. So I don't take any supplements. I don't recovery. I'll never get a massage. I'll never go on a foam roller or anything like that. I've been doing it for years, at which point now I look back and I go, holy shit, I just did the smartest experiment ever because now it makes me master my training so well that I don't over train that you see what I mean like you imagine if you couldn't do anything for recovery how precise you'd have to get with your training. But now what am I doing for other people? Great. Do my program and go take your supplements that you probably know so much about the supplement side of it. And the treatment side of it, my God, now you have all the tools. But if I'm getting results from that shit, how do I know it's from my exercises? Maybe you know what I mean? So I'm just trying to play my part in the game. So it's very important to me like anything for recovery. That way, someone could do my program. Go out there and try to feel even better than me. Go for that, you know what I mean? Go learn from experts in their different fields. Yeah. That's something I always like to emphasize. 'cause I know I have a lot of listeners who are kind of like of the biohacking flavor who like to pop a pill and go sit in the sauna and do wim hof breathwork to fix an injury. And like, you know, there's some benefit to those type of things for blood flow for lymph flow for even like the mental component. If you're meditating and manifesting healing, I don't know anything any of that stuff, but anybody's listening to this podcast for a while knows that I also heavily emphasized the blood sweat and tears component and actually getting out and doing the work. And Ben's program, like you mentioned, I mean, 15 to 30 minutes, three times a week with string together all these exercises. That's doable, especially when you consider you can do a lot of this stuff against your wall while you're watching TV at night rather than sitting and watching TV at night. So it's not as though this is yet another thing to try and squeeze into the schedule. A lot of this is totally doable to squeeze in at least in my experience. Appreciate that. Yeah. All right, folks. Well, we've been going for a little while and I got a boogie just because I have another podcast coming up soon. So I will put all the show notes at Ben Greenfield fitness dot com slash.

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Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

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Ben Greenfield Fitness

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"And to receive support in doing that because personal willpower is not enough we are social beings. In need support. The support is economic legal and infrastructural. I asked my wife an extremely effective healer which she thinks healthcare could become. She said we recognize mind body as a continuum. We don't see illnesses. Random misfortune we know that resonant attention in the holding of space for emergent wholeness can heal and that anyone can do this. We can return medicine to people. I see stella help people. That's his wife. Stella i see stella help people heal from real medical conditions nearly every day. Sometimes they're conditions. Doctors say are incurable. The power of these techniques and so many others in the alternative world is real and they can be taught and a new normal could be built upon them yes. We can return medicine to the people the power to heal ourselves. Each other has like so much of modern life. Been professionalized turned into yet another set of goods and services we can reclaim that power. The future of medicine is not high tech. Technology has its place for example in emergency medicine but it has usurped the place of other powers. Hand the herb. The mind the water the soil the sound in the light. Can we imagine a healthcare system that fulfilled the promise of medical alternatives that have touched millions of lives in the shadow of the conventional system. These alternatives should stop being the alternative. Come on people. These actually work. They've gained momentum over the last half century despite ridicule marginalization lack of funding and persecution for mainstream institutions. They work. Let's take them seriously. We know how to be healthy. We remake society around that knowledge. No authority during covert has said people are sick. They need more time outdoors. People are sick. They need more touch. People are sick. They need healthy gut. Flora people are sick. They need pure water. People are sick. they need less. Electromagnetic pollution people are sick. They need less chemicals and food. People are sick. Let's put diabetes warnings on soda. Pop people are sick. Let's encourage them to meditate and pray. More people are sick. Let's get them in the garden. People are sick. Let's make our cities. Walkable people are sick. Let's clean the air. People are sick. Let's provide free mold remediation on all dwellings. People are sick. Let's promote education about local herbs. People are sick. Let's make the best supplements and practices the bil- hackers and health gurus available to. All people are sick. let's heal our agricultural soils. None of these are as hard as keeping every human being six feet apart from every other. So let's do these things. Let's remake society in their image with as much zeal as we renamed society in the europe. Cova my saying not to talk about vaccines and only focus on the bigger picture no vaccine. They're dangerous their shortcomings and the measures needed to coerced the unwilling or the visible tip of an iceberg showing starkly the system. They represent their a window into a future of technological dependency where we put into our bodies whatever the authorities tell us to and wonder why the promise of health freedom and return to normal is always on the horizon but hear another future beckons. It won't be handed to us by the same authorities and systems that rule today. We have to claim it. We claim it through the choices it offers. Which future does your next step lead toward toward more normalization of the world under control or towards the new normal that i've just described the road has forked. It is time to choose amen. If charles stein were here would imagine he could drop the mic right. There and i also realized that may have opened up some ideas some discussion. Some comments from you which you can of course go leaving the show notes already given you the url for that and now i've forgotten it. It's at the show notes. But a ben greenfield dot com search for charles eisenstein. Listen to my podcast with them. Go check out the link to this essay if you wanna book market or share with anybody is called beyond industrial medicine. You could probably google or maybe not. Duck duck go. Perhaps charles eisenstein beyond industrial medicine. You'd find it. He published it on sub stack His thoughts reflect mine at this point in my life. His thoughts reflect mine. So i'm gonna leave you. Go to the show notes if you wanna leave your own comments questions feedback. Thank you so much for listening. I love you all. Thanks for listening to today. Show you can grab shouts resources. Pretty much everything that i mentioned or at ben greenfield fitness dot com along with plenty of other.

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Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Ladder. So that's what's changed. Yeah that's awesome. I am just looking at the Just take a sneak peek of your week one program and it's exactly what you described. I think it's workouts anywhere from ten to thirty minutes even have a nature breath walk in there. It's truly your Your finish that. That's awesome man well. I know that we're going to do a apart to which all look forward to tell people to find what they needed by your program as well if you to wrap up now. Well yeah. I definitely i mean you. You had told me about some of the things you want to talk about. And so ju just for you and for listeners. Like tom and i wanted to talk about misinformation in the fitness era and all the nonsense and so-called witchcraft out. There we wanna talk to you about nutrition and some of my approaches to nutrition. And how important that is or is not compared to fitness. I wanted to talk a little bit about some of the failures in a lot of the popular diets out there and clear up the confusion about that and then we also wanted to wanted to fill you in even more on on what. The boundless program is in ladder. Tom had some specific bio haxhi. Wanna talk about. And so william. We'll do a part to but In the meantime from what. I understand tom and correct me if i'm wrong. Basically september nineteenth is when this program is going to be available my boundless program on the ladder app. I know that will link to it. If ben greenfield fitness dot com slash ladder podcast. That's the best place to go if you want to to get the app and my program everything a because that's where all the show notes reside in be because they're able to track that link as coming from this podcast and so it just helps me out. If if tom and his team can see how. Many of you are coming over based on hearing this podcast and so if you go to ben grief openness dot com slash ladder podcast. You can get there or you can. Of course just find it in the.

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Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"I have changed my mind about essential amino acids. That's right you heard correctly. Forget everything. I've ever told you about these so-called ea as maybe a little bit dramatic. But now i have your attention. There's actually some exciting new information in the realm of essential amino acids. I'm pretty darn stop to share with you. See my company. Kion recently embarked on a huge undertaking. We worked with a third party. Independent research firm. We connected a huge analysis of all the most recent solid amino acids research out there and lo and behold we learned quite a bit about how to make are incredibly popular amino is formula. Even better now. I just released a banger of an article about all this research and can go read that now at my website at ben greenfield fitness dot com Is right there on the front page of the website. But i'm going to summarize some of the main points for you here. I an overwhelming body of research pointed a one amino acid in particular for the incredible effect. It has on muscle. Protein synthesis muscle repair muscle recovery. And a whole heck of a lot more in that amino acid is losing. So that's the first thing we did. We bumped up the losing content to the dose recommended in the literature. Just two thousand milligrams. Then we added history. And i know it's always been a hot button topic in the amino acid community with the longstanding belief that your body can create his sitting on its own in the presence of other essential amino acids but it turns out that was based on outdated methods of testing and we looked at newer research. What's called a tracer method which observes amino acids directly inside muscle. And we now know that. The manufacturer of his sitting inside the body isn't as efficient as we once thought so. We've got his sitting in there now and finally we absolutely knocked the ball out of the park with the new flavor. Mean the original. Kino's we got a ton of comments about how.

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Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Who go to for advice when something goes south with me or my family or i need help with any medical condition for myself or my family or even my extended family. You've helped my doubt felt my mom out. You've helped my brother out. You'd help close friends and clients out. Most of my clients have gone to you at one point or another for some form of treatment. Obviously you're the guy turned to as a final solution for my knee. And so you know this is definitely one of those discussions that i'm taking quite seriously so so anyways i feel like we we were. We're kind of starting to kick the horse to death now. But what i would tell people is that again the show notes are going to be a ben greenfield finished dot com slash. Cook out. encourage you to go there. Leave your own thoughts whether you're professional scientists. The physician of lay person. I want to hear from you. Want to hear your thoughts over there. And i'm gonna be looking at all that best jimmy great place for you to go through and see other people are saying and you have my word that i will get a decision out to you that i personally made very soon after i sit with this and as i do i walk on things. Sleep on things. A prey on things and And this is certainly been a super super informative discussion so matama thank you. Thank you so awesome. You're the greatest of all time. Radio punish them bison road. I was born ready for that. All right folks well. i'm ben greenfield on dr matt. Cooke all linked to all the previous podcasts. That we've done everything we discussion today. Show including why most excited about that sheet for For decreasing the problems that might occur and being vaccinated. And i'll put all that in the show notes then refilled sentenced.

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Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Have a background in bio mechanics and exercise physiology right. That's that's what. I did my master's degree in university of idaho. And so i like to. I like to chunk the programs that create. and and so. If you're listening in this is what you need to step back and ask yourself about your fitness program. I like to include certain components that that specifically focus on core buckets of fitness. So the first would be strength. Like every fitness program needs a lifting heavy shit type of component. Now that can include lighter weights to failure that can include blood flow restriction training right which we actually included in the latter's program has an option to simulate or to trick the muscle into thinking that it's under heavy load that can include super slow strength training with a slightly lighter load like ten to thirty second up ten to thirty second down which is fantastic for for for bringing a muscle to failure at a low risk of injury with a minimum effective dose of exercise like a super slow full body. Strength training workouts. Like fifteen to twenty minute workout and it can also include traditional strength right. Squats dead lifts overhead presses preferably for all of those. I like to use unless someone's going through rehab physical therapy or they're really kind of aesthetically going after certain body parts you know it's like bicep curls or calf raises or whatever. I like everything to be multi joint as much as possible on my programs. You don't have leg day you don't have stomach day. You know triceps and biceps day. That works for a bodybuilder. Who's got like two to four hours a day to spend in the gym and completely crush each of those individual body parts and i used to be a bodybuilder. I used to experiment with that stuff. And and i've realized that if you want the minimum effective dose of exercise every workout is full body right. When was the last time that you used your body and it was just lower body or just upper body or you're trying to play a game of tennis and it was just triceps right. So there's a functional component and also a time saving component. When you're not doing body parts sweats newsroom. Full body instead.

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Ben Greenfield Fitness

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Goodness. Yeah yeah exactly well I know that we're kind of like walking back towards the conference now. And as as chris alluded to kind of getting towards towards the end of our chat. Today which really didn't have an agenda going in aside from we knew. We wanna talk a little bit about loneliness. But hopefully you guys have enjoyed our 'em what are we. Ambling and rambling. It's actually high-cost are ambling and rambling. And basically what. I'll do for anybody. Listening in is all the show notes for we talked about all put at ben greenfield fitness dot com forward slash chris and ben. It's been grateful. Fitness dot com slash. Chris and ben. I'm certain that chris when he publishes this on his podcast. You're probably tell people where they can go right. Yeah exactly. Income to nourish balance thrived dot com. And you'll find the puck there. We started with athletes and more recently. It's turned into an exploration of all of the things that create performance and human flourishing. Anyway i'm having some of that. Yeah chris does a really great job to you guys with like if i hear him record a podcast that i'm interested in delving more into the science behind. He does a really good job with his show notes transcriptions and stuff like that probably because he's like a computer engineer making people and so The other thing is that course the ancestral health symposium that we're at we're grateful to them for putting this event on and so if you go to their website you should be able to find all of the audios videos for all the talks that chris and i are playing hooky on right now to talk to you said and again either. Go to chris's website or my website and lee comment or question or feedback. You jeff comments on your website. Now we've started doing a forum for okay. We have people on the other. Side of a patriarch paywall. Great discussion guy. Now i've found that to be real very passing. Oh cool cool throwing around words like patriot and discord that make me feel well either way everybody Thanks for listening and remember to go. I gaze and chris. Thanks for the fun walk this morning. Oh thank you. I really appreciate you the talk and everything you've dumping Thrive it's been an absolute pleasure. Thank you they spam. There's a lot of stuff that we miss out on a lot of stuff that i think is built into us from from real ancestral standpoint. Which is why. I think this is appropriate to look at from an ancestral context when we have no actual physical touch. We have no contact. When we don't produce fairmont's other people can detect and smell when we aren't releasing or producing as much oxytocin when there's no sensing between two human beings. The interaction between one person's heart brain's electromagnetic field and another person's harder brains electro magnetic field. We are missing out on a ton of what it means to be human to experience humans. And if you look at the i gen group. I don't know how many people are basically like ninety five to two thousand twelve. Ish is the. I gen group admittedly kind of a dummy. I forget who the group is. That comes after that. Who's the group that comes starting. sorry. Aaron here's the group that comes in Two two thousand and thirteen onward is at am. I know. well what's that. Yeah i'm i'm not sure what. What two thousand twelve after his but anyway generation i gen is is basically some category. You would fall into if you probably don't remember ever having had a smart just looking to be probably. I know who who in here is in i ninety five thousand twelve. Yeah so most of you remember the days when you you know when the phone rang and you didn't know who it was unless you were one of the lucky people in the neighborhood who had the the caller id which we actually did because my dad owned a telecommunications companies we were early adopters of like the brick-size cell phones and i would go to soccer practice with a pager on looking like a little drug dealer just saw. My mom can page me to pick up. The milk and i grew up without a smartphone. Being necessarily an integral part of my life Fifth appendage or a big one. We even know that there are. There are studies on histocompatibility of mates and the the immune system robustness of offspring between a pro from from a man and woman when the woman in particular has been able to smell the fair moons emitted by a man and is able to to choose or select or accept a mate that allows for better immune system And people gather around that and it's just been amazing like the the dinners are huge one for me. Meet up so i will a list on the resources pace because most people are aware meet up dot com has anybody because i just started down the route of like throwing neighborhood parties getting to know my name because i realize like even though i live kind of out in the sticks i have neighbors within a four mile radius. Probably like thirty neighbors who. I just didn't know that. Well but i used next door which allows you to create a community. That's that's geographically appropriate for where you are used that one before yes really cool. It's like facebook pretty neighborhood. there's meet ups. There's another another few that. Actually there brought to my attention when i was reading that friendships and the age of loneliness book there are a few. I wanted to share with you guys. There's one called kind of nichii peanut shows you like minded mothers near you and makes it easier to me. We three find the most awesome people nearby. Meet new friends in groups of three. Meet me meet..

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Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"They on this episode of the ben. Greenfield fitness podcast. There's lots of stuff that we miss out on. A lot of stuff that i think is built into us from from real ancestral standpoint. You're missing a workout. Not getting to catch up on that reading that you wanted to do. It always feels right when you make that decision so it's actually a lot easier. I have found to be astle. You're wearing a mask you know so you have to do some forward thinking when it comes to what makes me happy versus you. Know what makes other people happier. What makes god happy performance nutrition longevity ancestral living biohacking and much more. My name is ben greenfield. Welcome to the show. So the podcast that you're about to hear was recorded at a place called the ancestral health symposium not a place i suppose uneven called the ancestor symposium can learn more about it ancestry foundation dot. Org i think is the the url for the ancestry foundation but anyways a lot of really fantastic speakers and attendees there. I wound up going on a walk with a few of those folks including today's podcast. Chris kelly who has a show of his own called norris balanced drive. We had a beautiful walk. Ucla campus in the sunshine talking about in rhenish. That's insider joke for any of you who've seen a team america superstars. I think it is. I did yeah. The the the dictator their talks like that rory even as he has a song called rotary with. This song is about worn. Remiss wrote row. now. I can't say loneliness it's about loneliness i hope you'll really enjoy all the show. Notes are ben greenfield fitness dot com slash. Chris and ben and then the other thing that you should know is that i included as part of today's podcast. The entire talk. That i gave their on. You guessed it loneliness out the ancestor health symposium. So this podcast is real. Good one two combo for you. Enjoy picking brownie teeth. My wife made some kito brownies. Whatever that means the issues monk fruit or stevia. And i put on some ice cream and i actually had ice cream brownies before dinner and then came into my office to record these commercials for you. So i'm a pretty happy man i mean. How can you not be happy with ice cream and brown your belly..

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Ben Greenfield Fitness

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Breasts and partridge in a pear tree. Check out butcher. Box dot com slash. Ben how does this thing work. It's like a halo. that goes around head. Exactly it goes around your head or render neck. It's a magnetic signal that's imprinted with the same frequency as whatever molecule that. They're trying to simulate and it causes the same electrical reaction within the cell but the cool thing is soon as you flip it off. That molecules no longer hanging around your bloodstream. Can have it on caffeine. As soon as i turn it off. It's not as though. I'm up for four hours with disrupted sleeps like as soon as you turn it off. The alertness goes away. So how do you measure the frequency of chemical like md ama or alcohol underground silo bill deep within the ground protected from all other frequencies that you then isolate that molecule in and measure the magnetic. You're not kidding frequency. And the reason the sound silly is because it sounds like i'm kidding. And then i talked to their scientists who doesn't listen that's basically what they talking not licensed this technology from some fda medically cleared. Wearable that was originally designed for something epileptic seizures. Or something like that. I i forget but they've they've done that same thing. I didn't really believe it. Until i started use it and actually worked. Remarkably well remarkable. Yeah but anyways. I put the cd on for for the nap and back to the reason that i do that is because about seven thirty after. I've kinda done all my morning. Stuff gathered the family on the porch. And we all sit cross laid in the sunshine. If it's a winter we were in the living room by the fireplace and we. We basically all have journal and we close our is for one minute. Just connect to our body. Just breathe and connector body. And then i had this whole thing that goes on on the inside timer app on my phone. I have a program for seven minutes after the first minute than it dings for the next two minutes all we do is gratitude and we have our journal there that we can stop to write. What is we're grateful for about. But those two minutes just all gratitude breeding gratitude and your heart center and writing down. What grateful for the next two minutes are dwelling upon who it is. You wanna send positive emotions to that day who you wanna pray for who you wanna serve who you wanna help and you write down that one person and you're just on them with laser focus the entire day whether it be just positive emotions you send their way whether it's prayers on this phone call tax if they're someone local you know doing something nice for them whether it's delivering dinner. Just gone up and knock on the doors who need help with anything and then the final two minutes just reconnecting to self and then we finish with tapping so when we're in that state at the very end of the seven minutes will tap over heart center over our wrist to create an anchor for that same feeling of peace that we developed after those seven minutes that we can return to during times of stress the rest of the day with with that anchor that we've said by tapping the same location and so within all get up and we do giant family hug together and just hold each other for like a minute after. You've done that meditation so ends eight minutes long. It lasts about seven with the hug and everything. And it's about eight minutes and then If there's and then all all this ask you know about everybody's day to mess k. What's everybody doing today. You know where you're going to be here where you here and that we can plan like when's dinner going to start we're going to be and then everybody just like off to the races the rest of the day and i worked from homes. We see each other and we cross paths throughout the day and then at the end of the evening before we go to bed we return back to those journals. We all closer. Is we do in the morning. It's like a six count in six count in or six count in six count out breath work in the evening. We go with a longer. Xl we'll do a four eight breath work. You close your eyes and you watch yourself like a movie character through the whole day. Like how did i wake up. What did i do what i read in the morning. How did i spend my morning. What have for breakfast. What did i do between breakfast and lunch. What it eat for lunch. How did i spend my afternoon. How did i spend my evening the entire time. You're watching yourself like a movie character in your mind in the third person. You're asking yourself what good i do this day. Meaning what was that. What was i proud of that character about whereas that rooting for them where. I knew that they were making the right decision. Look i've done better this day where that character fail. Where do i feel like they were more than villain than the hero whereas not rooting for them. Where do i wish i could like. Leapt you that screen and told him to make a different decision. Not the right decision and as were visualizing that you have permission like take pauses and right down in your journal. What you're discovering and then finally the last question we down in the journals is whereas i most next to my life's purpose whereas almost purpose filled today because what happens is quench really as you go through that every single day you not only identify even if you don't have a purpose statement even though you know we we all do and i think it's important. You can almost like reverse engineer your purpose statement when you're doing this practice by identifying as you go through okay. This is where. I was in his own smile on. My face. time was flying. By as though i had no awareness of time i felt as though this was coming easy to me i felt like i was using a unique skill set. I was born with or doing something. I was really good at when i was a kid. Some that makes me happy and fills me with joy now but you write down what it was. That was the most purposeful activity of your day. And it stacks because you know. There's something you've failed at like like for me. I was writing for like a week. Didn't play my guitar today. Didn't play my like my manley guitar. Not my pickle. Ukulele on the tar i got. I got through like a week of that and like for a while we would share like we would actually say what good i do but we decided to start keeping it private and if you wanna share you can not only kind of well it might make a formative almost certain extent out sharing you think about it you think about when we get some times. It'll be something super embarrassing to share it like you. Just keep it to yourself and dwell without and work on it yourself but one night i. This was like three months. Ago i go. We finished it all up. And then afterwards we'll say a prayer and then we all just go to bed like that's after storytime this after dinners of everything a fish ryan like. I am never going to write this down again for the past week. I've written. I wanted so now like even just two minutes right. I'll take even if it's one song is like the g. c. easy song in the face of the planet. I take my guitar least from it. So i never have to be watching that movie character in my mind wondering why. They're not doing that. One thing they know brings him joy they know they love. They know just connects them to the frequency of music. The joy that they get from it but they're skipping every day and so these things stack or i was most purpose filled. When i was writing today. I was most purpose when i was riding today. I was purposeful. Donors.

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"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"ben" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"The show Welcome welcome welcome. what you are about to hear is actually podcast recorded with my buddy. Aubrey marcus when i was in austin texas. We sat down at his house and had a a great and meaningful chat. I think you're you're gonna dig. It offers a cool guy and always always interesting discussion. So the show notes everything. Aubrey knight. Talk about you can find at ben. Greenfield fitness dot com for slash. Ben and aubrey ben grievance dot com slash ben and aubrey so anyways before we dive in i think my guest on today's show. Aubrey also does this One tactic that fellas like to do is to pull down their pants in front of a red light panel and shine it on their gonads for an increase into stone. And that's really honestly. Like how. I i started to look into red light. What can i say that that was my. That was my entry but now i have discovered that this red light is good for sleep optimization for simulating sunrise or sunset for college in for a last for thyroid for for a host of physiological functions that are beneficial and that don't involve you either a having balls or be shining lights right on your balls. The company that i use for this is called jew. They make these huge panels that can do a full body treatment on. They have little ones that you can take with you on the go I just got their new unit which has pulsing technology which pulses the near infrared to enhance recovery. The this stuff is just a bee's knees when it comes to what i say when i.

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"ben" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"ben" Discussed on The Ben and Ashley I Almost Famous Podcast

"Research. Ab guys go. Hey i think. That's endearing and i present tail on you kind of look like her. So y'all this shy ben. Tommy has that look ethics sense before we go i do. Y'all has it been difficult at all tiny. You obviously have a very large platform scrubbing in in your radio. Show to be dating with people kind of watching it from a microscope watching from a distance because people are very invested into your Love life for a long time. I mean it was not only a segment on. What if not the most popular in the country. Probably or at least a fair It was a segment so it has it been a hard for you. Guys are weird. Or.

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"ben" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

Get the Word! with Mike Butler

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"ben" Discussed on Get the Word! with Mike Butler

"Hello everyone, it's Mike, your host of get the word and etymology podcast for word nerds. I'm also an ESL teacher. I guide people through their journey of learning the English language. On a regular basis, I end up being the one learning new words from my students. Today's word for our podcast episode is one of those words that I learned from a student of mine. Ben. No, not the student. And I'm not talking about the biblical name Ben, short for Benjamin. Nor am I talking about the way I and some other people pronounce the past participle form of the verb to be. Hey, I can't help my accent. Oh, in a very grown-up voice. Now, what have you been doing to yourself? No, I'm actually talking about the word BEN Ben, lower case, the only lower case entries in both Oxford and merriam Webster that relate to several words and definitions. All labeled as Scottish English. Let's look at the definitions and then get down to the bottom of this, shall we? Let's start with Oxford. Two separate entries both labeled Scottish, both with an origin dating to the late 18th century. The first Ben a high mountain or mountain peak, as in Ben Nevis, which is the highest mountain in Scotland. The second Ben refers to the inner room in a two roomed cottage. As in I'll go to sleep in the Ben. So the first definition Ben, as a high mountain or mountain peak, can be traced to a Gaelic word, which I've heard pronounced as Bain. One source gives a very specific date of 1788 for entry into the English lexicon. Now without any other information given as to why this specific date, 1788 is referenced, I can then only speculate, and therefore won't even bother. However, our second definition of Ben BEN to describe the inner room in a two roomed cottage is most certainly related to the third definition of Ben that we can find in the merriam Webster dictionary, which is also listed as Scottish and as a synonym for within. Listed both as an adverb and preposition, which could lead to silly sounding sentences, such as I am Ben the Ben. In other words, I am within the inner room of a two room cottage. Alongside within, I've also dug up inside as a synonym for this Ben. So within or inside, this Ben is a dialect variant of the middle English bin, which is roughly the same as within or inside in Modern English. Now let's have some fun with language. Remember how I said this ties to our inner room of the simple two roomed cottage? So we have Ben because it is the inner room of the cottage. Ben being another word for inside, or within. Well, any guesses on what the Scots sometimes call the outer room of these small cottages. B UT, but a but. For anyone who's been through Scotland or is from Scotland, you may have seen a sign for a button Ben. But this type of small cottage. For you see, but the popular conjunction we use today all the time, has its origin in an old English word that would now in Modern English be closer to the use of the words outside and without. Now you know, button Ben comes from two words that can also mean inside and outside. So you have the inside room of the cottage and the outside room together. To form a butt and Ben. Shout out to the button Ben restaurant between Dundee and Aberdeen. Serving seafood on the eastern shores of Scotland and high tea on Sundays. An entry listed as archaic in Oxford gives us a definition of butt defined as without the example given being this phrase. It never rains, but it pours. In other words, it never rains without it being the case that it pours. After the break will open up the fact cabinet. Stay with us. Hey, Mike here. If you haven't heard about anchor, it's the easiest way to make a podcast. Let me explain. It's free. There's creation tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or computer, anchor will distribute your podcast for you, so it can be heard on Spotify, Apple podcasts, and many more. You can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast in one place. Download the free anchor app or go to anchor FM to.

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