27 Burst results for "Badminton"

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The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Still Popular (MM #3874)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Three years ago, I talked about the hottest trend in sports in America. It was pickleball. A sport that had been around since the 60s, I first encountered on the east coast of the 70s and it's now the fastest growing sport in America still. I look back in 2018, I talked about this, they had seen a 12% growth jump in the last year for people playing pickleball. Now, the increase is even greater three years consistently pickleball still one of the fastest growing sports in America because it appeals to both millennials and baby boomers. It's kind of funny to think that a sport like pickleball, which is a combination of tennis and badminton and paddle ball and well not as strenuous as a lot of those other sports is still so popular. Hard to believe it's still growing after three years. And that's more impressive to me than anything. In America, it's hard to keep people's attention for 15 minutes, let alone three years, pickleball is still booming and people are still talking about it. That's a cool thing.

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Still Popular (MM #3874)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Still Popular (MM #3874)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Three years ago, I talked about the hottest trend in sports in America. It was pickleball. A sport that had been around since the 60s, I first encountered on the east coast of the 70s and it's now the fastest growing sport in America still. I look back in 2018, I talked about this, they had seen a 12% growth jump in the last year for people playing pickleball. Now, the increase is even greater three years consistently pickleball still one of the fastest growing sports in America because it appeals to both millennials and baby boomers. It's kind of funny to think that a sport like pickleball, which is a combination of tennis and badminton and paddle ball and well not as strenuous as a lot of those other sports is still so popular. Hard to believe it's still growing after three years. And that's more impressive to me than anything. In America, it's hard to keep people's attention for 15 minutes, let alone three years, pickleball is still booming and people are still talking about it. That's a cool thing.

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"badminton" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"badminton" Discussed on Hard Factor

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"badminton" Discussed on Hard Factor

Hard Factor

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"badminton" Discussed on Hard Factor

"All right it's time for the talk international moment. Today we're gonna go to japan for some olympic fun. Then we're gonna go to canada for a tragic case of mistaken identity and because it is friday we have and we've gotten a few requests. We're gonna do a florida man story we think might just go viral. So that's why we're doing it first. Let's go to japan where one chinese olympian four year. Old chen queen. Chen is making a name for herself. Here she is on the badminton court. But it's not necessarily for her play though. If i were betting men. I bet she's pretty damn good No this enthusiastic badminton star has gone viral in your home country because she curses like a sailor on the court so on tuesdays match between china and their mortal enemies south korea. Chen could be heard repeatedly. Yelling the chinese word for fuck which is Chow chow watch. Yeah y. y. Watch out watch out like out. Yeah watch out in mandarin. How how much you weigh. She probably looking at. Let's look better. I bet she's like one ten they don't give the stats and badminton. No not in batman. That's one ten. i bet. Well i can't see how tall she is now. Depending on your wasn't we'll get a fourteen year old right at one ten nowhere. They're short remember. Remember pather short. She is so it's it's it's the phrases watch how which which which means Fuck and is pronounced like watch out without the tea so watch out. She's what you might call badminton electric factory. And here's a clip of her in inaction.

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"badminton" Discussed on Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"badminton" Discussed on Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

"What the lord of potential call the high-quality inexpensive listening to this episode. I now i need one wishaw because Businesses knocked my full day badminton. is is my f- and i want somebody to be taken care of the business and helped me gender that kind of money. So that if i don't have sponsors able to rely on us basically revenue. That would be helpful. I i think they've said.

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"badminton" Discussed on Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"badminton" Discussed on Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

"Alerted Opportunity they get amid the standard buddy rate. Lack of opportunity for good is still there in sports and then i think sexual harassment it exists. It exists everywhere with get to come close to me. So i did not face anything. I think that was another reason why i was gifted because i'm too strong. Do they know that they cannot keep me of something like this happens with. I wouldn't want them out. So i think that is also another reasons which he learned Supposed to keep quiet imminent chinooks. The strong sports women on Which viewpoint because it's she's not supposed to ask for her rights. So that's the kind of the attitude i flees day. I think that's the major issue everywhere. Do you have any hacks for any hygiene shoes back when you were playing or do you think. Now you're creating an academy a few hygiene issues that we keep in mind and design the academy so that goes feel at home while they're practicing or while they're under your care. Beautiful wash does washington on a brief little simple simple simple locker room anything that one make sure that anything anything that warned or anything happens on anything. They should be able to come and talk. That's the kind of relationship. I want to be with my children in the academy other than that. Nothing in particular a. It's it's so good. Good good the washrooms by the practice. Maybe the ashtray facilities. Don't take care of soul. Not we have a good washroom have go shower room. Lendl good to me for the So defend to sting so there was so many in badminton date. Mole anything about bjorn rain. Leo's zobel and i was there. What our age you get my children about all of this everything. I hope it. Give them something. That does not have aluminium minute. Yeah that's my only chiming in to believe. But they weren't have on a deodorant or the role on as part of their. I team no. I don't think that i'm like because i shall will end use. Every every time i shovel had people who sweatless my their body composition badminton.

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"badminton" Discussed on Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"badminton" Discussed on Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

"To express dead able to talk. Derek saying that i gave off one month ice cream. Many give up another olympic medal. They're not saying that. That doesn't happen game on monday. Ice cream up. I want right. Dan announcing that all my father. Bits up every day. Cody everybody's fathers children what is what is what you have learned from the sport to us or you've seen what is new that nobody's able to speak nobody. They do stand up for themselves because of lack of education narrative to stand up for themselves. I'm sure you've seen the latest news. An olympic has now gone off to some other country and there's a conflict with Hall of which end on that. But you're not able to see. What do you feel after achieving soma. I don't understand that. I don't understand that it's a free world. I don't understand how you can be armando somebody even if you don't like a the issues the monagas in general face when they are bustling badminton are in this for. Yeah i think foster discrimination the think. Why's i think the van they think. Boy simple form beddoe boys on main be meant to be in sport they think through and then of course the hygiene bach the toilets on our hygiene enough full remain boys can stand in viet women cannot generally soul everybody gone afford the be buddy but faction very cheap. Yeah when that's now right. I didn't even know about so. Yes this woman things you know but it's discrimination which is really hit. It's all any nude being going forward on. A man would consist of envoys. Do good for goods. Knock more than i hate it. And i'm like why because the goal is performing right like it was sinuses It there's no other good only performing better than the boys. Why can't you have more goods and that was my fight all day. And and what is it. As what motorists forms choji guns get off wall..

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"badminton" Discussed on Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"badminton" Discussed on Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

"Social media then onto what yes able to eliminate badminton. This is what. I might do news at my office that they will. I think it would be useful for me and stood with me some pain but i told the other players world's suffering saying okay. If one speaks up they will recognize one you'll blues. They can hardly influence to get up by by god. You open your mouth. Things would have been so much better. They would have so many players who have done so much. Be in a better place today if that spoken up your that astonishes me across the not just in badminton i'm badminton is the way small I'm talking to that kind of have big auto knee. Joel reduce roast. I dunno i think no. It's like i literally. I'm not blaming the whole ward. I don't think everybody is back. I think everybody's it's the majority of good people who are keeping quiet. That's why this aside do suffering today. I think historically has been like that study is still applied. Only non to lay his feet. There's an interesting thing that reminded me on i. I was lucky enough to get the most iconic social social science professor in my identity he would set the board paper and he was so cool. That you just walk in class without a book and he would quote d textbook will back with the page number And he did not get the dates. He just stole it. Take a story beautiful. And i remember asking him so vividly. It was yesterday. Why was it that somebody like. British shows could come in and lose what. What was the difference ham. He said something that stuck with me ever since do really crazy important things. They said one. This studied in respected that history and to put that country before they're listening tests and since then. I've been a history buff but it. It should have seen this across the spectrum. Maybe don't value on history. We don't we put ourselves before heart. Cantu yard our companies are industries. People should as we are not that kind of population where everybody only issue..

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"badminton" Discussed on Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"badminton" Discussed on Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

"In. You can but. I don't wanna take him back so for us that game. What despite your senior also neighborhood money. Good evening good night the good morning good so it was like that okay so when i senior one. Oc national championships. It was a proud moment for all of us. Because she's from our. Jim said so. I ranked lakeville enthusiastic giulio endan as the feast played with our lieberthal. I wonder from her and she just looked at me and she hit my head and should officer and she says so. She wants to play with me and she son laughing okay end. I looked at data so was just behind into okay vic date and he said on feedback you know and then i went home and michael. This died that's the only answers to be. I was studying and she was like twelve thirty news. Seen to me and within within your your off. ib That's a whole. So that was that that was the ancil. And that's what i've long and this was in goalkeeper me since early on that the only way to answer your critic is the i don't know i feel. I feel people awake. Judging me are talking about meeting the only on to be happy be happy smiling. And they cannot take it general. That's one of Right what kind of kick you to get after that one curious cravat gives a whole different. I was the youngest goal in the indian badminton d. But lindane you know my father developed see. This is what my father. Addison able taught me to get overexcited. One with for me. What what. I was started. When you lose bone get bloomberg when you blown up. Have to stay your ankles Autonomy next week you celebrated that our woah. Maybe i will good day. Not because you won you deserve it. Dates back to practice exits back and forget about your with so. I was like that so i never went. Been dope it onto. But today you david i think i think that's the kind of hybrid. I have bomb from early on and it's still going on so i'm glad that was started this kind of thing. I think it makes sense. I don't know part of me is like not enjoying. Your success is something that people feel about but i think it helps when you're in that state to move forward in keep that success..

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"badminton" Discussed on Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"badminton" Discussed on Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

"Never unfit flail lead events all my life. If i was food player. I would have gotten job long long. Long time ago. I wouldn't have so by almost two decades in internationally so we build when they say that i was unfit. I think it was very visual. My body is different. What should go is that i was performing in both managements as well number six number thing i knew i was in. I don't think out of reach their lease so i was fit physically enmity probably more mentally than the adult people who will sit in muscular. I see one team across your journey as the of shock people up with his arms. Yeah that's fascinating. Talk to me about aggression on court. And i love How jal becomes murky audit. Nygren's how did you cultivate something like that. I don't know. I just hit losing. I'd wanna lose when i'm in practice. If you'll see my practice using that doesn't there's an actual match going on. I used to compete a lock with In physical training. I think i was the only legal and when i started to say i'm the boys and later on down to three goals. Join us but i was always. I never competed. With god's for me it because i think i was. I knew i was stronger. And you know bigger than the other girls. And i knew that i should be competing with voice to become better. And that's because physically. They are when you play boys you kind of you normally start If if your friend is a little aggressive the way he speaks or the way negoti she speak you kinda start adapting to the same foaming nation. I was a child. I didn't know i was aggressive. I taught we're supposed to be like that what i saw this. That was taping me and my body language. And the we i was on court would Me intimidate my on. Its soul that also gonna head may let why not. Zoos eddy mcgee more allegation. But i'm not all school. I that everybody else to have to me that they called me. And that's interesting your bundle of extremes. I want to switch on and switch all On badminton court. It's something Flutie badminton court. I am a normal human being on nominal goal. Who likes normal things like what all the other goes like i. I like dressing off. I like a little makeup. I like my name's we don. I like elite jewelry. Odin the aminov. Go and i don't forget that and i don't even talk about that when i'm i don't i don't handle on. Discuss badminton is matches of with my vince. And i think that does stein. Of mickey seen i think that gives the pressure off my head..

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"badminton" Discussed on Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"badminton" Discussed on Galata: A Podcast from Puneeth Suraana

"But maybe just gonna informed. My dad died. I said yeah. I got zero. That's why i hid it. And he said whitehat i would. I understand why you go zero because you never into swamp. You're putting on your hard work in badminton. And that's a national champion today. So i know that if you put the same kind of hard work it does not difficulty to made mix so. I know that you don't have to hide. And since then you know that of beginning. When i got kind of got a forty seven votes ended. Mike did not really but road. Because i did it. I passed out with a huge. So yeah and cbs's syllabus otis nfl languish. Yeah kudos to you. You still have said it was all about all the forty. Four minutes we spoke. He loves me but we idle differences. But i mean any relationship with a long enough time. We'll have differences. And i think brings the immortal kind of. That's the kind of relationship. I share with all my loss months. I give them the freedom to criticize me but i'm doing wrong. They're open to see as it is. I've never stopped anybody. Sometimes you know it happens with patents with Together but with us. I think we should the kind of where. I didn't agree and i could get angry. I could probably nine shouted at him. That i would never do out of so for me but i would get disappointed and upset and just leave and then come back again next day in on his feet and say okay journalists leave. Let's move on some had that kind of relationship gnarly of said. I think i find the standard relationship with israel. End today cherishing. So i think i'm lucky i have good set of people around me is a gym is be values instilled in you because you're so big on values and this is big on values are building businesses khalid ethically values he put in. You know we forget that yes. Children children have to go to school to learn after through activities where they on entity chose we forget recent helpful that the chose this spending auto with details because i was bending like almost without of so might come back. I'm so tired. I just eat in crash. You know cps so. I'm oddly spending time with my benefits. So the kind of things. He taught me so much more than biden. You're taught me to be fearless. Talked me to be disciplined punctual. You talked me what was important in life on your dog. Me gnarly do respect myself and my hard work. Respect of women's hard work. Because i kind of fleas a of lean or criticism and i was young and one day. I just crying. I said Song she senior to be inches notching inches fling with me. That i make no mistake. I said What does that teach you. I said oh that.

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Avs ride 5-goal 1st period to 6-3 win over Stars in Game 5

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Avs ride 5-goal 1st period to 6-3 win over Stars in Game 5

"Yeah, the Avalanche trying to follow the Nuggets lead, so to speak and climb out of a 31 hole in their second round series with stars, they showed they might be able to do it with last night's thrilling 63 win. Colorado scored five goals in the first period, four of which came in just two minutes and 36 seconds. But the story the night may have actually been between the pipe for the ABS, where the team's third goalie Michael Hutchinson, made his first career playoff start, 30 year old Journeymen said it was a dream come true. That's what you work for. You know when your kid dies in dream of playing the back areas playing the Stanley Cup playoffs, so like for myself, I was excited and I was looking forward to the opportunity to get a chance to play under Bukovsky score two goals in the game, including the one in the first he was joined In that scoring barrage by Nathan MacKinnon, Mikko Rantanen, Zim Qadri and Pierre Edouard Belmar Puck drop in tomorrow's Game six and badminton set for six o'clock. Those aforementioned

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Why SEO is Still Our #1 Marketing Strategy in 2020

Marketing School

03:57 min | 1 year ago

Why SEO is Still Our #1 Marketing Strategy in 2020

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric. Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GONNA. Talk about why Seo is still our number one marketing strategy in two thousand twenty. So meal how long have you been doing Seo for? Too Long I don't even know how long maybe sixteen to eighteen years somewhere around that range of guessing sixteen to eighteen years. Okay. So for me, it's probably coming up on ten years or so. So I'll answer question afterwards wide you still like Seo wise it still your number one strategy although s does take effort cost more than it used to write you could get rankings with very little effort or very little human capital. So in essence you're still spending money because it's time. In the long run, it's still one of the cheapest tropics that I found. It's consistent and whether you have a good month that business or badminton business, you afford keep getting that traffic see like when things like Kobe hit a lot of people had a turn paid ads because even though as we're making money. Just if not everyone's buying or things go wrong you gotta save cash wherever you can. Seo You don't have to turn it off. You can pause your campaigns, but you're still getting that traffic and that's a beautiful part. I think the reason why it's still mine number one marketing strategy is because I think in the early days of my career I wanted the newest tactics I wanted to move very quickly. Go go go and then I realized that what I'm really good at is the long term stuff I I realized that when you have a long term outlook on things you look at Warren Buffett is just they like to buy and hold things typically you're not buying stock to sell. So the way I look at s Yo single rains a good example of this when I first. Came into the company, we're getting like two to three thousand visits month. Now we're we're getting decent traffic upwards of about three, hundred thousand or so Neil. Neil gets couple million, right but I think the point I'm trying to make it compounds and it is the gift that keeps on giving yes. You have to continue to feed the beast, but it's cost efficient, and once you have that foundation that bedrock you can start to build out the other channels but you build around that. So I. Just look at it as business investment not so much as just a marketing strategy. Look at the end of the day, as long as you can end up. Providing a ton of value, you'll get the traffic and when times are tough, you can pause things. Things is. You still have your Seo if you don't have as many people working on or you're not producing as much contact, you'll still get the traffic again I don't know any other channel that's like a social media's quick bursts Seo. You can sustain it. You don't get that quick bursts at the beginning, but long instead he really or slow. Really does win the race in paid. You spend, you get the trap you saw up spending, you get less traffic or pretty much no traffic when it comes to paid net paid convert better but you gotta keep paying for it and I don't know of any other topics out there other than SEO that keeps producing constant quality traffic that drive conversions, and it has the highest Roi from anything else that I've ever passed it. I think some of the. Smartest entrepreneurs I know I speak for you to kneel. It's they understand not only just business, but they understand as he even if you get a cursory understanding of SEO, you have an unfair advantage I think they said Microsoft said as is GonNa. Be One of the top skills if not be top skills in demand in the next ten years or so search will always be there as long as people are looking for things search will be there S. You will always be there and so the other thing with Seo is think about it this way, there's an arbitrage opportunity with. So once you start to build up a good domain authority, you can use a draft you can use sem rush whatever uber suggests you. You have a certain score. Your site is seen as an authority and there's other sites out there were previously they might have been like might have just sold education products and now they've become. Affiliate blogs right and you start to rain for whatever in that Niche whatever you publish tends to rake, and so you have an opportunity to

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Tips For Childhood Obesity Success

Healthy Eating For Kids

06:36 min | 1 year ago

Tips For Childhood Obesity Success

"Hello and welcome back everybody I had a lovely week in Cornwall I. Actually Went Down Because my sister tied the knot with her brand new partner I. It was really really small ceremony I was really impressed. It was very strict guidelines and who can enter. The registry. The department and what is called the registry anyway. So it was very strict on if four people were allowed in. So I had a the honor of being the witness for my sister, and then we had a really small garden party I. Think it was like ten adults and a few kids my children, of course in amongst that group. So we had a lovely time and return to London where it's really hot and of course, during my holiday in Cornwall I. was invited by Channel Five. To comment on in childhood malnutrition, and of course, I was always aware that the new childhood obesity strategy was out but it had to turn it down because my family were really wanted me to have the laptop off. So I didn't get the chance to. Go on TV or whatever share. So I thought I would record an episode on some tips on how to work with your child. If you are worried that they are overweight or obese these because I know this is a really emotive topic I mean I can even see that amongst dietitians and other than nutrition professionals or doctors we're all divided we all have. Dif- way different boards and we have different ways that would like to approach it and deal with it but I guess the stats don't lie. The numbers speak for themselves. As so. If. It's something that worries you and you also have family history of diabetes or heart conditions or any other health problems and you would like to work with your child. To bring their way down in more home in the healthy range or wait that feels good for your child. Then I'm going to share a few tips with you in this podcast episode and I hope that it will be helpful for you. Now as always if you lie to work with me, you can book a coil. It's a free initial telephone call where I can take you through my nutrition packages and coaching programs so that you can decide if it's a might fit for you. Now I just want to put out. I'm not judgmental Dietitian at all. I was an overweight teenager I. Remember you know my parents always valued education. So my dad is a veterinary surgeon, for example. So he really valued education although my parents you know my mom now has a gym membership. and. They did. There are very conscious about healthy eating but they weren't really sporty family I remember playing badminton and Netball at high school but apart from that as a kid I. used to play in the garden and things like that my parents enjoyed walking. So we did lot to wargame. But apart from that, we didn't really want really an active family. We'd be interested in sport it was more about. I did a lot of reading rowing up and painting and things like that. But apart from that, there wasn't a lot of focus on sports which would have really liked because they're held the choices at herb very nutritious growing up. was never a doubt about that but I could have done with more exercise as a teenager. Big is clearly there is a genetic predisposition. To being a little overweight and so when I was sixteen I to Cobb running because I was really unhappy with the. My Body Fluctuate I. Didn't like the way I looked I don't think I've was away but I can't remember actually I am pretty sure I was overweight at one stage and so I started running I started reading a lot about nutrition and that's how I became really interested in this area. But of course, you know being a teenager of course. I felt for some of the nutrition nonsense like I did a two day eat only fruit detox type plans and I remember on was passing out in a aerobic exercise class type thing in an inner sensible enough not to return to something like that. But I can appreciate that today you are young children particularly young adolescents. They have access to a wide range of information. I didn't have social media I just googled or read magazines for. Weight loss and nutrition advice. But today there is just so much information out there and is really really hard. If you are a young adult or you have young children, it's really hard to sort of tease out fact from fiction. And it's a really really emotive topic and I completely understand what is like to be overweight and yes, you can have held. In you know you can be healthy adult or healthy child. For example in New Zealand, we have the Maori, population and population from. The Fiji Islands or someone population you know they're naturally. They have larger bodies, but they also have a higher. Muscle mass, and so we allowed a higher cutoff for their BMI which meant that you know we weren't too worried that they were particularly larger. However, some of these groups could also be at higher risk of being obese or overweight, but with health. Conditions associated with that. So kidney problems diabetes is a big one isn't it and problems of the heart and things like that

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Tips For Childhood Obesity Success

Healthy Eating For Kids

04:38 min | 1 year ago

Tips For Childhood Obesity Success

"Hello and welcome back everybody I had a lovely week in Cornwall I. Actually Went Down Because my sister tied the knot with her brand new partner I. It was really really small ceremony I was really impressed. It was very strict guidelines and who can enter. The registry. The department and what is called the registry anyway. So it was very strict on if four people were allowed in. So I had a the honor of being the witness for my sister, and then we had a really small garden party I. Think it was like ten adults and a few kids my children, of course in amongst that group. So we had a lovely time and return to London where it's really hot and of course, during my holiday in Cornwall I. was invited by Channel Five. To comment on in childhood malnutrition, and of course, I was always aware that the new childhood obesity strategy was out but it had to turn it down because my family were really wanted me to have the laptop off. So I didn't get the chance to. Go on TV or whatever share. So I thought I would record an episode on some tips on how to work with your child. If you are worried that they are overweight or obese these because I know this is a really emotive topic I mean I can even see that amongst dietitians and other than nutrition professionals or doctors we're all divided we all have. Dif- way different boards and we have different ways that would like to approach it and deal with it but I guess the stats don't lie. The numbers speak for themselves. As so. If. It's something that worries you and you also have family history of diabetes or heart conditions or any other health problems and you would like to work with your child. To bring their way down in more home in the healthy range or wait that feels good for your child. Then I'm going to share a few tips with you in this podcast episode and I hope that it will be helpful for you. Now as always if you lie to work with me, you can book a coil. It's a free initial telephone call where I can take you through my nutrition packages and coaching programs so that you can decide if it's a might fit for you. Now I just want to put out. I'm not judgmental Dietitian at all. I was an overweight teenager I. Remember you know my parents always valued education. So my dad is a veterinary surgeon, for example. So he really valued education although my parents you know my mom now has a gym membership. and. They did. There are very conscious about healthy eating but they weren't really sporty family I remember playing badminton and Netball at high school but apart from that as a kid I. used to play in the garden and things like that my parents enjoyed walking. So we did lot to wargame. But apart from that, we didn't really want really an active family. We'd be interested in sport it was more about. I did a lot of reading rowing up and painting and things like that. But apart from that, there wasn't a lot of focus on sports which would have really liked because they're held the choices at herb very nutritious growing up. was never a doubt about that but I could have done with more exercise as a teenager. Big is clearly there is a genetic predisposition. To being a little overweight and so when I was sixteen I to Cobb running because I was really unhappy with the. My Body Fluctuate I. Didn't like the way I looked I don't think I've was away but I can't remember actually I am pretty sure I was overweight at one stage and so I started running I started reading a lot about nutrition and that's how I became really interested in this area.

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NHL asks fans to submit video cheers for playoffs

Pro Football Talk with Mike Florio

01:43 min | 1 year ago

NHL asks fans to submit video cheers for playoffs

"In the NHL upon the restart. They're reaching out to fans, season ticket holders and saying record for us A 32nd clip of you cheering. And we could use that on a TV broadcast or in the stadium as well. There's going to be too hub cities both in Canada because it's way safer right now to be in Canada than the states. And that is badminton and Toronto. So that's going to hub cities. And all of the players will be staying there. Those two bubble cities ultimately Edmondson, I believe will host the Stanley Cup final, so the Toronto winner will go to admitting And To give you some juice inside the stadium. They're gonna have these clips of fans. It's gonna be on social media channels for the NHL as well. Now they're saying avoided paintings or posters of professional photography or art in your background. Because that could be a licensing issue if we played on TV also where your homegear Don't where other teams, other sports notable brands. Okay and You've gotta sign an electronic waiver for us to use this. But They're looking for some slow claps they're looking for. We want the cup chance Bruins fans have been asked to say to you. Ah! Or how they would dance. To shipping up to Boston by the Dropkick Murphys. There's

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"badminton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"badminton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Was pulling off the ball badminton we pull off you fly the front shoulder drop you back children also your upper cutting you're not able to see the outside pitch bad things happen to bad things happening at the conceals he's got a a resolve to the problem is an expense the Berlin it's just outside she could not see first three first two games in the series now yes for time leave working quickly and just trying to slow him down as Pat burl two outs here in the second no score Lee throws the two will pitch the Berlin pearl takes low three unknown the three to three delivery to Pat Berlin burl swinging any pops it straight back and out of play world drew a walk off of Lee and and thinking well it yeah so what well this might just said he didn't walk anybody that was the only walk issued in that game on Wednesday at ten to one strikeout ratio this season the postseason spend twenty to one three one pitch the world borough lines at the left field back is Murphy and backed his Murphy incredible one exactly makes it the girl hit it right on the nose and I will in the in the bottom of the second coming up we'll leave things off nothing nothing follow the giants on your iPhone and iPod touch right grown with MLB dot com at bat twenty two featuring play by play video highlights and live audio broadcast visitors of giants dot com today bottom of the second inning we well by Nelson Cruz and then being filmed for zero has one hit in the series is one ten that was a hit off of Mexico's early in the ballgame and the ones they start here's the first pitch the Guerrero and it's a high fly ball to right coming in is Andres Torres is there any makes the catch one pitch one out that's a gift a better way to start any it's almost like starting with just one out okay you go one at the city go get a here's Nelson Cruz S. and room over three against once again on Wednesday three for sixteen in the series plus a back foot on the back line very wide open stance and the first pitch to cruise is a ground ball to second right there is Freddy Sanchez to down so is it like going up.

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Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett headline 2020 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame class

Charlie Parker

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett headline 2020 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame class

"We Tim Duncan Kevin Garnett three of the eight finalists announced for the twenty twenty class of inductees to the Naismith memorial basketball hall of fame schedule will be in August you may have to be moved let's clear up the fact there is no N. B. A. hall of fame it's the Naismith memorial basketball hall of fame it's a common mistake it's also while we're on the subject clear up the fact there is no major league baseball hall of fame there is a national baseball hall of fame and there is no N. F. L. hall of fame there is a pro football hall of fame as for badminton soccer and I have absolutely no

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"badminton" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"badminton" Discussed on AP News

"People are seen playing badminton in their living room one woman who lives not too far from the outbreak epicenter of war Han is posted several videos including one where she makes a tiny snowmen with ice from her freezer and another in which she drinks from a coconut with the TV background showing animation of a beach others took to social media to show off their skills like playing word games with apple's virtual assistance Yuri pretending to be fishing from a small bucket in the room and playing billiard using chopsticks hundreds of ice fishermen have been rescued by Russia's emergency services after getting stranded on a giant ice flow that broke off an island in eastern Siberia it took nearly seven hours on Tuesday for crews to rescue the five hundred thirty six fishermen footage showed groups of people using smaller piece of the vices rafts and trying to road to the Russian Coast as the giant ice flows slowly drifted further from land some of the Russian fisherman say by the time they'd been rescued the frigid water rift between the ice flow in the coast was already six hundred sixty feet wide it was the third time in a week emergency services in the region had to rescue ice fishermen stuck I'm drifting glacier masses pouches for kangaroos and koalas orphaned by wildfires in Australia have been sown by inmates at a Florida jail seminal county sheriff's office on Wednesday to a video showing inmates including the one Mike Williams hard at work at sewing machine stitching together what are called Joey pouches I've never sold a day in my life you know see my grandma so bad when you when I was younger but I never really thought of the interesting but I actually enjoyed it.

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"badminton" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"badminton" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"We have a bad habit of doing that getting books on audio book. And then going this book was too good. Not to own it. And then we buy it. We want to know it's a different way to reference totally. Yeah. And that's that was kind of earth thing. It's like okay. Holy crap. This is a whole new world that we haven't really been exposed to all the mini people have and that here, but yeah definitely like the referencing in the physical aspects. I'm like, okay, so practically I wanna fall some steps and stuff like that. So it's cool. Let's do that in the podcast. And now that we got him. This podcast is a free coaching. Not doing that at all. Good back to the mental thing. I think that's really unique that you, did you know, at the time like going through college sports that you had just great mindset or is realized a little later. No, I knew that because. A lot of the things that other people were struggling with I didn't have as much of an issue with. So we all have heard about things like the flow state or the zone states and one thing that I became very good at the age of about sixteen was, and I actually played multiple sorts multiple sports. I also national badminton player as well go badminton and football. They go perfectly together. But I actually one things that I tell a lot of I mean, I've spoken on stages since ninety seven when I started the business, that's actually how I grew it was. I did a lot of speaking, and I tell parents, all the time that in order developmental toughness in, in a young athlete, or just in sports. In general, is make sure you get them in some individual sports, because in, in team sports a lot of there's a lot of hiding that can happen there. And you know, in my experience, I've worked with over seventy seventy three seventy five different sports across so many different domains individual sport athletes typically a higher level of mental toughness, which is the ability to be flexible and adaptable, that's really mental toughness. Means your ability, flexible in doubt, despite what the circumstances are giving you what the world is, is delivering..

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"badminton" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

15:13 min | 2 years ago

"badminton" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"He's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. We control the universe. Good morning. Okay. It's the the sports section of the show. Good morning sports fans. Welcome to sports in Gaul w had a hole in one apparently yesterday. Good good relations, Mr President. All right. It a whole his first all in one. Okay. So good. That's awesome. Yeah. Was he playing here? Locally was he somewhere? I don't know. I just I just saw the headline that he had his first hole in one. Yeah. Oh, no. No. It was putt. Putt. Well, it's tough to get a hit that windmill blade windmill way. That throws you off every job to get it. Well, that's pretty cool though. Did did did you learn the, you know of how tough the course was or that particular par-threes shot at the green? So all right from the t. But no, I mean, he's still got one more to catch up to me. Yeah. All right. Good. But I may I may have one soon because I'm starting up the golf again the backs feeling. Alright I golf last year, but not a lot. But it's feeling as good at several Ben. I'm actually going to start playing basketball. Again, are you? I'm trying maybe one more year. Right. Good basketball. Yeah. Everything feels really good. I've decided to give up my badminton racket hanging it up and do it anymore. Badminton cool sport played all the time. A lot of fun lawn darts, not so much. Well, it is up until the engine you sell lawn darts anymore. Do you have to be over eighteen to get to they still exist? I know I love that game. We play that all the time. My uncle Georgia's to come over these to be great. The other thing is I'm just looking at the brackets. Julia. The sports side of my head. Okay. Look at it the brackets right now. So as you can see I have my. What are you my other shirt on? Yeah. Buffalo what buffalo bulls? Oh. Yeah. It's a Bill or a bowler. Right. So they play Arizona state. Friday friday. Arizona state beat Saint John's Larry the play in games and now for the eleventh season they played buffalo who's a sixth seed. So and I have no idea how good buffalo is. I've watched them all year. They're really good. They've got nine starters. That's the one thing. They have. They don't have any great superstar. They don't have. For example, Zion. Like like, a Duke has they don't have a great player like that. They've got very good player. And if one player, I they've got different players that are leading scorer every player. Get hot for a couple of games. But they've got really nine people that can start their second highest scorer is a Saab. Is there substitute right? So they that's the one thing they have and they play great defense. So I don't know as I said last night because everything everybody plays within it. I don't know. I really can't tell who was good. And who was not I can tell the level in the ACC, for example, when you watch North Carolina and Duke play I can look at that. And say, okay, that's about the best. Physical big player basketball players that I see out there. Right. Who can dominate and go to the bucket. But I still can't I still don't know. I've watched more college basketball this year than ever watched before. And I don't know. So that's I think that's what makes it so exciting. So it starts today though. So they'll be I think what time does it start probably noon eastern, eleven central. I mean, the game star going at just it'd be pure basketball for the next four days. So I love this time of the year. Yeah. So we. We shall see. But trying to think of who, you know, some of whose Duke dukes got play a number sixteen seed who does do let me see North Dakota state. All right. Yeah. I love this time. Do we have any office pools going on our brackets? I don't think so do we in the office. I didn't see anything here being done. Now. You. But we have the story. I was lead that that the whole Bracken thing that employers actually encourage that. It's it's a morale thing. Yes. You know, I was thinking I thought about it. But didn't pull the trigger on. I was thinking about going to Tulsa to see the game too. Right. Yeah. But then it just got to be too much fun. I had a few other things to do. So. Okay. To throw that out. I may I may not be able to watch the game tomorrow. The first game. I of a funeral. I have to go to. So I'll probably miss that first game and DVR it and watch it get caught up when you get home. Which is the best thing about DVR. Investing is to. Thing. I like about DVR, especially with sports if your team could slaughtered, and you DVR if something you don't you just don't want you're not committed and then and then I do find that there is a great enjoyment. If you know your team won. It's still a great enjoyment to watch the entire game. No. I mean. It's a really is. Because you're you're just looking at the how they did it, right? Even if you know, they want already, you know, how it's going to end. I mean, how many movies I can't think of how many movies I watched twice and you'll watch it? Again, you want you to get, you know, you're you're you're looking at I found I find myself just looking at. All right. How they did this how directed this part or the lines or or the actors or whatever. And and yeah, I can see that if your team's winning. You definitely want to watch that. So I'm not an airplane pilot. You and I in our pre show meeting was we're we're talking about the fact that the FBI FBI now has joined the criminal investigation into the certification of the Boeing seven thirty-seven max, I and so not my my my dad was a private pilot. My dad knows a lot about, you know, flying in and all that. And every time there's an accident. He'll say he'll he'll investigate it watch. It. What is the website that you were on your there's a YouTube channel called the flight channel? Yeah. And that it'd be it's terrifying. But it actually goes through the gate with. With with the simulator programs. They recreate basically airline catastrophes. Yep. And what happened and they go through it. Sometimes they actually even have some of the communication the actual communication between the tower and the pilots, and it's you don't watch to be morbid. You watch it. Because you number one you wanna learn because they don't show they don't get. They don't get graphic with it. I think it's done in a very respectful tone. Right. But it it's a it's a it's an incredible learning process because you learn what was happening in in some of those moments. I in in stories fight of flight thirteen hundred from. Southwest was coming from New York to Dallas. And that's the one where the one of the the the the blades the part of the blade that came off and then hit the window. And then the woman was injured and and ended up dying from her injuries. And they went through that whole scenario and had some of the actual audio and communications, and it was incredible. How that flight crew handled that situation? Well, I was surprised. I haven't talked to dad yet about it to find out his reactions like I said he used to be a private pilot. But I just and and probably we have tons of pilots that are, you know, heading going to work now and all this. So I'm not trying to be a pilot. But I was I was surprised to find out that these pilots were actually fighting the systems that seemed to take over the plane, right? I just you know, and again, I don't know anything about flying a plane, but I was surprised to learn that you can automatically shut that off like that. Yeah. That isn't that isn't training that you can override immediately. When you sense anything is wrong. Because that seemed to be what I was reading yesterday that they were fighting the systems and couldn't that they couldn't override it. This is this is the crash off the coast of Indonesia. Yes. Right. And they end the day before there was an off duty pilot in the jump seat that actually saved that aircraft. And then the following day, of course, or or was that the automatic system took effect. So drastically. That by the time, you they responded it was out of control. And can that happen that fast? And was it known before that that could have been a major problem. And so. How was that allowed? I I guess would be the question. Right. Yeah, there there are so many questions here surrounding this because we'd started hearing the stories and seeing the stories of of the pilots who had experience with the max. Aircraft. And they were talking about how they had issues with the software. But as Lehman, you know, it's hard to compartmentalize that because. Well, very few people have experienced at that level of knowing what that is. And then the technology that's associated with it in watching some of these recreations on the flight channel on YouTube. And I've watched a handful of them. The what they learned from the investigations often will will turn into rules and regulations for the the the airliners, and and the companies like Boeing aircraft, and you like the Helius airliner that went down years ago Greek airliner that went down and part of the problem was a warning sounder that sounded just like another type of warning. And there was confusion between the two pilot. Yeah. There was and it it had to do ultimately with a there was a crew member on the ground an engineer that was looking at something checking something and left the air pressurization, switch on manual, which can be overridden the pilots if they know what's going on if they can correct that. But didn't put it back to auto which in that case, it was on auto than the the cabin is pressurized automatically. But if you look at these things, and you think about. Some of the errors some of the or flawed design or whatever it might be. It is. It's a very sobering. Reminder. You know, how just even one one oversight? One one mistake. Can mean the lives of, you know, hundred eighty nine people or or more. Just a it's it's fascinating to look at something. And and and especially with the investigation being closed and some of these cases in the past. I guess how it would look at it as you when you look at airline flight. I'm you know, I've. Never been afraid of flying. I mean, I just I I love flying. Right. And I'm an odds kind of person. I know the odds when I walk on a commercial airliner in the United States, I'm safer than any other place on the earth. There's no place where you're safer now. The terrifying moment is if you ever went down, which it, you know, there's just because of our human nature. There is certain terror that is assigned to that that's different than the terror that we don't even think of every day when we're going seventy miles an hour next to the guy who's flying in between us and one second like that we could be dead more extremely injured. We don't have the same type of feeling of terror when we're involved in that and much more dangerous situations in ever in ever in a in an airplane. But I guess what? What surprises me is the fact that. In the. You had said this an s in question could this takedown bowling yet right discussing if if you have a massive problem in terms of design flaw, and there were indications of that? By the end users being the pilots and the airlines, and you had a list of incidents that happened. Because in the case of this story came out yesterday where the day before an off-duty what they call a deadheading pilot and the jumps he was able to save that aircraft even to that point yet. I'm just to the certification process that you would want to make sure you wouldn't care if it took a month longer. You wouldn't care because if you don't get it, right? Just with the liability alone. For and what we see happening right now isn't worth that extra month. And isn't even worth the fact that if you lost an order for ten planes to somewhere else because you delayed it for for a month, and they've been involved in this for such a long time. I just that's what I would find amazing that the certification process if it's flawed because now the that the FBI isn't it do they do they sense? There was some sort of criminal liability that they can assess that that they can target either some government official or somebody at Boeing, and why would you ever do something like that understanding the seriousness not just to people being killed, but the seriousness of what it could do to your company to begin with. If you don't get it. Right. Well, yeah. And then I think again, the you have to consider the after effect because if we saw those stories of pilots issuing concerns with the software. And you hear the incident that happened in Indonesia the day before. That would be a great concern that alone before a crash is when if there are that many concerns issued. If it is stem,.

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"badminton" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"badminton" Discussed on About to Review

"There were takes where she hit a lot more of them. Okay. Good. I chose that take. Because I thought it was a lot funnier that she's training or to beat her rival who went to the Olympics. And she basically MRs ten in a row in the course of one shot, and you like, ooh, girl, like, you're not gonna you're not gonna make it. But it's also justifies it also justifies your actions afterward. Yeah. The other actions that you take to try to win in another way. It's just one as well. Because usually I'm on size like that is like the hopeful pot of. Oh, yeah. You like. She's got this. She's to Jomon she's going to win. And then you like, oh, this is goal is deluded. Yeah. That's comedy to me. That's what you know. When you're when you're playing for comedy like you're trying to find the funniness of you you have to play against what? Yeah. Against what obvious version of training. Montages you have to go the other way and try to find the fun there, which is lucky for me is. Yeah, I had like two training sessions with Al Bevington consultant. Yeah. Turns out that notion off to prepare. And that is that's another good point to bring up is that when we went crazy. It's announced that we were the top six. And so like, okay, a badminton comedy is being made. We literally were flooded with emails from people who were like, I play badminton. I love badminton. How can I help you get background? I'll play badminton in the background. I love badminton racket. This is this is how we essentially got a coach who came and showed are actors like the right way to serve and things. Just so that it would. Look professional. It would look like oh, yes. She does actually know how to play badminton at an Olympic level and things like that. But like we didn't go looking for a specialist the specialist came to us and was like can I please be involved? I love badminton, and I'm an actor. And this would be amazing. And there's no other badminton movies that I've ever, you know, like just so excited and the fun thing that's happened online as well. Is that we've got a couple of promotional images would take in on settle preparing for the film, and there's an Instagram account. That's like badminton online and they've taken a number of images and them like just celebrating badminton. And it's just so funny for me because I haven't seen the film that didn't realize how ridiculous them putting Winnie Ford as this kind of. Oh, she's bad as hasn't badminton icon. Yeah. But they don't know they posted this week being like, ooh, these gills look ready to pounce. No, she's ready to pounce on something. But dinner. Yeah. That's what I was gonna say. So this is a crazy eights film. Yes. From twenty eighteen yes. So you guys had five days to shoot, right? No three. Oh, three days to shoot. Wow. Five days for eight days in turtle on about one month of pre production from them announcing you one of the top six year. One of the winners to actually going to pitch you. So yeah, it it really lives up to its name crazy eights for raisin. Yeah. And we were I mean, we were just reminiscing about this with some of our crew after our screening. I was pretty ambitious with what I wanted to achieve with the film. And I I mean, we kind of left it all on the screen. So it's quite obvious. How many set changes in costume changes in setups? We had to do because it was very comprehensive the the life that we wanted to show Winnie having not just on the court, but off the court, and the kind of back story and everything and so we were shooting we shot three days, but we shot three days with two cameras running almost entirely the whole time almost shooting with two cameras almost the entire time. And who units as well, not just to cameras? Yeah..

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"badminton" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"badminton" Discussed on About to Review

"Was the only sport I enjoy as a teenager in you know, in the dregs of high school. So I had to fund this for badminton like as a what I felt was like a kind of a sport for the losers like for the people that didn't maybe weren't as athletic as the people who were playing team sports and things like that. And I was in the badminton club as well. And when we got into the research, you know, that was that was part of what it all ready knew. And then once we got into the research and realizing that like multiple Olympians teach badminton in Richmond, really young. Gang. Richmond is rife with incredible athletic talent, specifically in badminton and interesting and the badminton courts are open until midnight because people are playing until midnight, you know, even just for fun, and there's this incredible seriousness about that sport, even in at an amateur level. There's a serious snus of like love for it. And I thought man this is the best because we're we're making up a story in which there these hardcore fans, but actually in reality. There are hardcore fans, so we're like. Badminton and we made it by accident full them. I mean, I was going to say that this is in my humble opinion, the best badminton film, ever produced. I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that thank you. Please. Waiting until we make the featured. So we met one. The the blessing and the curse of this the popularity of badminton for us was that who knew it would be so hard to find a fricken badminton court to shoot on really that was because we're challenges. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And they were like we can't close. We can't close people need to play to whole coats out of out ten we couldn't play if we don't have those open for people. So we had to shoot all of our biggest badminton court stuff we shot in Richmond at a court, and we convince them to let us come in. I think four hours before they opened and then they asked them to open an hour late. And then ask them at that point for us to be able to stay on two of the courts for a couple more hours while there open, so like people are playing badminton, and we're in this. Corner. Trying to still film our last few scenes MLS, of course, because we couldn't be doing anything with sound at that point. But that was fine, and it was total insanity. Like, they weren't even you know, how people kind of go like they're making a movie didn't give a crap about what we were doing. They were there to play badminton. Yeah. That's what they cared about. It was amazing. Yeah. They they can't that. We're in the way of going to say that was true. And then were like they're waiting. I think it opened at nine or ten AM. And there was like a line of little old dudes who just come to hit a couple of shuttlecocks around. Yeah. Yeah. That sounds amazing. And again, it is those types of communities that are not really shown in a lot of us other sports, movies, or whatever. And so I find it interesting that you manage to find this sport in a fascinating way. And then it opened your eyes to the larger badminton arena, which apparently is a huge deal. Yeah. It just doesn't get as much press. Perhaps is someone will not yet. Yeah. And I remember one place that we scouted. We, you know, we we told them it was abandoned in comedy. And they're like, okay. But are you making fun of badminton? And we were like, no the badminton playing is actually very serious in the movie what we're making fun of is the character's obsession and her kind of twisted way of looking at winning and losing and her approach to fame. But like everybody who plays badminton plays it. Well, except for Winnie. I was there there were there were scenes in this movie. There's a training montage as with any good sports movie. There's a training montage in this film. That is hilarious. But also like come on Ronan, please tell me that there is not there was acting involved in the coordination and not being able to just walk and hit..

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"badminton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"badminton" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Well, right. Okay. So I'm looking at the super secret code. Tech sales sale there. It is this is for. Oh, yeah. This is tonight. Okay. That's that's a good deal. I. I like this. So so basically, so let me just I want to get this. Correct. What I'm hearing is a lot of employers have said, hey, everybody, stay home for your safety because it's not safe out there. And then other businesses have said come on out. We're going to give you some free stuff. So stay home because it's not safe. But. Stuff. I urge heap staff I'm trying to say positive because yesterday, we're we're calling out the obvious like you guys. This doesn't make sense, really. If you think about it unless you're like a school or like a badminton club. You don't wanna be doing badminton in this weather is what I'm saying. Is there a weather that you want to be doing bad men watch out for those sixty five or twelve because that was the last time I used a shuttlecock? But was it really is probably be honest, Bradley, probably the first time. No, okay. Thank you. It's been it's been a while. Anyway, the moral of the story is today. I just think like. It's still sucks. So at least there are people that are trying to give us some joy. Thank you. Yes. Although can I tell you, honestly, what have you been doing? I went home yesterday with all these intentions sat. I know you're you have a life with kids and family, and you don't have a choice. But I literally went home with all these highfalutin ideas about things that was going to get accomplished couldn't go to the gym. So I sat on the heard. Wow. It's all relative to..

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"badminton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"badminton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Try to find your own stories that are obscure. But if there was a big story you chase it. So in those Olympics for you. What were the most notable achievements in the first week of the games? Well. Based on Microsoft's breaking the all time record, obviously one hundred years. Nobody's one is many medals at the Olympic Games ever knew that. Bolt. And his record setting the hundred would be used. But. Badminton story pops up. And everyone rushes to figure out what the heck's going on with badminton. Because the two thousand and twelve London Olympics badminton tournament just took this somewhat obscure sport, and it morphed it into this bizarro thought experiment about competition and integrity and what it means to win. Okay. But mostly I think that the Paul DOE to be fair. Mike, he jumped on this story for very personal reasons as New Yorker, I say a lot of words and their mispronounced NPR audience would jump on them. But I always can say the end in badminton and get a lot of plots. So I'm attractive badminton. What's the wrong way to say badminton? Most people say badminton bad Bandmann talking to some hand wear. Wintertime chastising a playful cat. I see. And also, you know, you you, and I probably think of badminton as this backyard fun silly game. But..

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Librarian blew $89k in city money on free mobile game

America Tonight

01:17 min | 3 years ago

Librarian blew $89k in city money on free mobile game

"Can you imagine a former librarian blowing eighty nine thousand dollars of public money? On a mobile game she did, though former librarian Adam. He did former librarian Adam winger was found guilty of spending that amount of money on this. Game of war thing he's gonna have to serve. Thirty days in jail he's going to do one hundred hours of community. Service and pay seventy eight thousand in. Restitution is worth it The. The Mobile's game spending in the first of twenty eighteen grew nineteen, point one percent to about twenty six point six billion very very popular and I, guess he felt comfortable with the money so this former why variation in Utah will serve that time? Because of what he did he, was the director at. The northern the north Logan city library for about three years and then he was on administrative. Leave any pled guilty and that was it game. Of war is a free to play role playing video game players farm. For resources creep buildings by each other They'll be thinking? About that when he's picking up trash in Utah? Somewhere on the side of the road that is? A career as the?

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Librarian blew $89k in city money on free mobile game

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

01:06 min | 3 years ago

Librarian blew $89k in city money on free mobile game

"Steady the Queen of soul is already mentioned dead at the age. Of seventy six, cancer taking her life welcome. To odds and ends this is where we kind of bop in a. Couple of different directions some stories that I've collected throughout the last, actually week or so and it includes some really bizarre stories when it comes to, money like this one can you imagine a former librarian blowing eighty nine thousand dollars of public money? On a mobile game she did, though former librarian Adam he did former librarian atom winger was found guilty of spending that amount of money on. This game war thing he's going to have to serve. Thirty days in jail it's going to do one hundred hours of community. Service and pay seventy eight thousand in. Restitution is worth it The. Mobile game spending in the first of twenty eighteen grew nineteen point, one percent to about twenty six point six billion very very

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