12 Burst results for "Cardio Department"

"cardio department" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

05:52 min | 3 months ago

"cardio department" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"The high stakes that is does and I think one would say. You convinced me but boy. You Know Peter, Yawn and Al Jemaine sterling are pretty awesome. Yeah, yeah, so then Dana says what he says, okay. Marla Mariah's wins Dana. You said that you know this fight had huge stakes. Mariah's one all the things he did, but morass one now. What well you know we're going to go with. We sued overseas Josie Aldo. Hold on a second, but Mariah's one. Yeah yeah, but guess what they're fighting in Brazil and. You know we we WANNA do this for all. These had a great career and again they're fighting in Brazil and Henry Want Aldo while right. You know starling in Yawn. Maybe they can fight each other. I don't know what whatever? Right cool. although can't fight dominic steps in. You know again I yawn You Know Alderman now. The farm, the wrist fucking. Immigration everything you can hear everything you could possibly here along the way now it's cruising pseudo. Who Wins Pseudo retires all right now. What I mean that should be sterling versus Yawn instead. Sterling has to fight San Hanging. Yawn still fighting Aldo I. mean come on already. It's it's borderline ludicrous. There are so many angles that you could look at it I mean. USA versus Russia so many things that you could tie this fight and the interpreted each other. You have to guys that aren't really. GonNa say much. You know like Peter Janta a younger fighter jet. Zelda veteran like how you really talk trash the Josie, although anyway like. It. makes any sense and you know how crews has been saying. Hey, they stopped at early and he's a legend. We can say he's a legend. And all those legend put the to legends against each other, whoever wins, will then get spoken to about a chance to compete for the title again since who'd gone. But I. Just don't see why it. I I still can't get it through my head man. It's it's the weirdest thing that sterling. Should have been fighting for. The title should have been the number one option for the title, and is only now just been talks in in in the conversation. It's just not fair is really what it is. It is not fair now. Cody garbrandt defeated fail a son sow beautiful walk-off punch, cody Garbrandt, great look. There wasn't too many times. If any that sense, look good in the fight. He was a little bit behind step behind. he was reacting to Garbrandt Garbrandt was leading the dance Garbrandt look good i. mean he just looked in? The Punch was beautiful and that was that. He looked good because he mixed. What he's really good at doing. With patients that I think he learned from Mark Henry. The only one thing I can say about his performance nitpicking. Is that last punch that he threw. He kind of slouched down. Through from his waist, and as devastating punches that was awesome. Sow was throwing one of his own. And had he been accurate, he would have hit cody before cody hit him. And that's the type of blow because cody through it with his left hand down completely just leaving Jal wide open to be hit I don't WanNa. Say He got lucky because that was a hell of a punch that he threw, but that's something that I think when you're watching tape and you go back you. You just can't do that against the Creme de la Creme. I agree. GARBRANDT definitely shoots up. He's not gonna be able to overtake all these other names, and I'm not GonNa go through it. I think y'all can figure it out. It's pretty much genres Aldo I'd say sterling's probably next, and then the next wave will be someone like Garbrandt Garbrandt will have to take a fight sterling probably waiting it out. An exciting division I don't know o'malley. Obviously now he's he's in. He's in the running by be the most exciting and then Amanda. Nunez defeated Felicia Spencer fifty, forty, four across the board I mean it was just the whitewash. She out wrestled her. She out jude her couple tosses she out. Ground impounded her. She out striker I mean. She probably even looked better than the Cardio Department at the enemy she it was a beautiful performance top start to finish. I'm curious to know I'm sure a lot of people trying to figure out what's next next from end and NS. But really and maybe this is just the psychology at that I'm attracted to. What's next for Felicia Spencer if you're her? And you fought the champion and your division. And loss away you lost. How I don't even know as a as a human being I can go back in the gym and just say more camping all I'm ready to go again like man that it literally looks like somebody that's been doing your job years more than you. I mean that wasn't even close I think I can answer for you. For sure. It's demoralizing. It's but I think a man does probably towards the tail end of her career. If you notice her partner Nina. Answer off is carrying their baby. And So, you know she's GonNa. Be Apparent soon and. I think she's proven everything she can so really at the end. It's just about banking some big checks and. Maybe, one more super fight against Valentinus SHANECO. Kind of cleaning out her division. We were talking about earlier at thirty five. There's. Aspen Lad if she beats Sarah McMahon. She'll be ten in one. Irene all Donnas.

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"cardio department" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"cardio department" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Okay so we have all these where smart watches an apple watch well you know fit that is always the lag behind just a little bit in the cardio department as far as hard rates and heart tractors and things like that if you have a fair bit coming up just a few moments and talk about some new apps that you can use on your fate bad that I think you're really going day because the phone lines are open if you have a question something digital's one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four once again as a way to join us and there's Andrew but basically as always in the Kim commando show man cave three of Paul Paul is in Delaware and he's a radio guy does he talk like a radio guy I know he sounds like radio production guy not a radio guy this the I like it well I like when you use your radio now is it makes me feel like you know this is a professional broadcast world poll is on the wind care one line arc about the internet no he he has done some radio oppression for people turning their L. P.'s in concerts in the digital but he wants to find a way to maybe find other things to do with his skills or expand that to make some money online because radio is radio right and we all know well radio pay you know one of the things that I was fine fastenings radio is and I I don't think there's any other industry where you find out if you're fired by your key card got worse I mean it's just the way that it happens hello there Paul so what do you so what did you do in radio I was board op and I did some jock work and things like that but I found that my favorite part to do was to be in the production room and to make spots and things like that now at a point where I don't move around very much and I'm trying to find a way to use these skills to make a little extra money and I wondered if people would be interested in paying to get thing to get their audio files digitized in O. L. P.'s forty fives cassettes at cetera what I'm doing with my personal collection but I didn't know if there's any money in that or this other radio skills that I could turn into cash somehow well I'll tell you there is we do have an opening for a call screening position no just kidding just that was a injures radio laugh by the way there are all kinds of things you can do all I mean and if this is something that you want to pursue as far as with L. peas and cassettes and and turning them into digital libraries I mean that's something you can just post on Craig's list and see what would turn up right but if you're looking for more of a honest to goodness gig that you can do remotely have you ever looked at a website called up work no I haven't heard of that one okay so what it's like to do is I'd like you to go to work and just type in radio production or whatever whatever's kind of suit your fancy and what happens on of work is that people that and people that have a certain skills they say okay these are the things that I can do and then people who have certain wants and needs for jobs they pose with their job okay so you might find somebody who has a podcast but they need to edit the podcast you could do that right absolutely I was so so I went to like expand your horizons you could make promos correct okay you could you could probably produce commercials what else could he do Andrew over on up for you know I'll I was thinking about five and I don't know if you could explain if there would be a huge difference between fiver and up work but there's so many people looking for audio entity scanning skills especially editing audio books audio books are vision JYJ's files are long files it's tedious work well I think with the upward Justin dress that is and I I think with the work you have learned business right okay where and then what happens is like you'd posting a gig like you know I need audio book at it and then and then people would bid on that to say I could do for this much I could do for this much and then people are ranked and you see reviews and kind of good things like that Paul right fibre appears to be you to me unless I'm mistaken address that appears we were individuals yeah it's definitely peer to peer but I have this I think when you're looking at the people who are doing work on Fiverr they're getting more jobs you may not get the same amount of money per job but it's a lot because there's people that have five hundred two hundred different projects are completed because they're just quick projects one day projects yeah that's true that's true but in in so you know those are two different places that you should look up look up okay Paul as far as as far as you know being able to get out there and getting your name out there and getting some gigs and good things like that so does that give you enough to get started that gives me some ideas that I had hadn't thought of as I really am good editing I and in the old days there was a lean man with a razor blade and then you turned me on to the and so that makes it even easier you know what I think I remember those days you remember those days and with the razor blades I only have to do a radio school there's still cart machines in the first radio stations I will start working in two thousand but I I did have to learn how to add it on tape with razor blades I'm sure Mike Mike you edited with rings are placed into and it yeah back in the day Hey I eighties the mid eighties absolutely I remember that was the worst part of it well it was if you if you screw up you cut a piece of the because there's no going back there's no and do and if you don't know what we're talking about if you wanted it let's see can was doing a commercial and she said go and get the blue truck but she wasn't supposed to say the word blue we would have to get the actual tape take a razor blade cut before she said the word blue take a cut after the she said the word blue throw that he's a table way and then tape of those two together with something called editing tape we actually the physically capitate and then you have you ever have you have you have to like play with it so you actually have to hear it yet the position every single time to make sure you got the end it right it was in vain and tedious absolutely and then we and then we had like two of the the reel to reel tapes right and we have two of those you'd go back and forth movie projector just two huge reveals that was a nightmare and now you just hit with your mouse control alt delete done if you screwed up he does go on to a new a new okay I'm back so so this means that I probably shouldn't be paying you as much no it's still you know is intense focus and it's very stressful computer screens her drive I mean we're definitely being under compensate you know the processing now to think about the processing back then real time processing you had to go if you want to process and you have to play the whole thing back if it was a thirty minute you know peace yet to put it all back and process it yeah can take a thirty minute clip and process and second yes five seconds crazy but still we around a bit still as one make sure we get that point across still still Hey I got a date with the revolutionary cartridge free absent ego tank forty seven sixty this cartridge for your printer comes with a nothing to print thousands of pages you learn more over at essence dot com slash ego tank him that's Epson dot com slash eco ten KM let's talk about your fit bits in your smartwatch I mean I noticed that entry you're no longer where you're smart watch players that gave it to my wife okay I thought were mine every once in awhile and it was in using it and she uses her calendar way more than I do so then she can get all those lyrics and things like that well you know if you don't have a an apple watch it seems like you have a fit bad and so often we get the phone calls here in the show this was you know I need to be able to track my heart rate okay and maybe they have a fit but there really wasn't an honest to goodness great app that we could point to see your four point for you to get and so on but now if you have a fair bit you can load up on an app called cardio kick ram and it analyzes the data gets referred bit using a I it's an album called deep hard ten it looks for very specific conditions like a fib diabetes hypertension also can detect sleep apnea and it protects something of concern you're actually going to get an alert that was free for both iPhones and android smartphones but if you want more than this the basic screening you're going to upgrade to the premium version then then you can share those results with anyone you choose from a family member to your doctor it's expensive it costs fifty Bucks a month but we are talking about your heart or a hundred dollars a year after your free trial but well it's new to fit bit if you do have an apple watch the Google where as compared to what even a Garmin wearable and you are concerned about your heart you really ought to download this little app called cardiogram it works with all the major smartwatches and fitness trackers and again it's definitely worth checking out going to stay right where you are because coming right back we have to talk about Amazon prime day yes remember that they say millions and millions and millions well maybe not that much is on sale we have the official dates also tell you what's happening over at Walmart and target in response and even the eBay to Amazon prime day and then later on this hour talk about your wireless network how you can actually hide it from your name and snatches a lock in downtown but like make it totally.

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"cardio department" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"cardio department" Discussed on KGO 810

"For by jewel labs okay so we have all these where in smart watches an apple watch well you know if if it is always a lag behind just a little bit in the cardio department as far as heart rates and heart trackers and things like that if you have a fair bit coming up just few moments and talk about some new apps that you can use on your fate bad that I think you're really going day of course the phone lines are open if you have a question something digital it's one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four once again as a way to join us and there's Andrew but basically as always in the Kim commando show man cave three of Paul Paul is in Delaware and he's a radio guy does he talk like a radio guy I know he sounds like radio production guy not a radio guy this the I like it well I like when you use your radio now is it makes me feel like you know this is a professional broadcast world Paul is on the line one line talk about the internet no he he has done some radio production for people turning their L. P.'s in concerts in the digital but he wants to find a way to maybe find other things to do with his skills or expand that to make some money online because radio is radio right and we all know well radio play you know one of the things that I was fine fastens radio is and I I don't think there's any other industry where you find out if you're fired by your key card not working I mean it's just the way that it happens hello there Paul so what are you so what did you do in radio all I was board up and I did some jock work and things like that but I found that my favorite part to do was to be in the production room and make spots and things like that now at a point where I don't move around very much and I'm trying to find a way to use these skills to make a little extra money and I wondered if people would be interested in paying to get thing to get their audio files digitized in O. L. P.'s forty fives hi cassettes at cetera with my personal collection but that I didn't know if there's any money in that or this other radio skills that I could turn into cash somehow well I'll tell you there is we do have an opening for call screening position no just kidding just that was a injures radio laugh by the way they're all kinds of things you can do Paul I mean if this is something that you want to pursue as far as with al peas and cassettes and and turning them into digital libraries I mean that's something you could just post on Craig's list and see what would turn up right but if you're looking for more of a honest to goodness gig that you could do remotely have you ever looked at a website called up work no I haven't heard of that one you can see which would like to do is I'd like you to go to work and just type in radio production or whatever whatever's kind of suits your fancy and what happens on of work is that people that and people that have a certain skills they say okay these are the things that I can do and then people who have certain wants and needs for jobs they pose with their job okay so you might find somebody who has a podcast but they need to edit the podcast you could do that right absolutely I was so so I went to like expand your horizons you could make promos correct hello you could you could probably produce commercials what else could he do Andrew over on up for you know I'll I was thinking about five and I don't know if you could explain if there would be a huge difference between fiver and up work there's so many people looking for audio entity scanning skills especially editing audio books audio books are vision JYJ's files are long files it's tedious work well I think with the upward Justin dress that is it I I think with the work you have learned business right where and then what happens is like you'd posted a gig like you know I need audio book at it and then and then people would bid on that to say I could do for this much I could do for this much and then people are ranked and you see reviews and kind of good things like that Paul right fibre appears to be you to me unless I'm mistaken and there is a three more individuals yeah it's definitely peer to peer but I have this I think when you're looking at the people who are doing work on Fiverr they're getting more jobs you may not get the same amount of money per job but it's a lot because there's people that have five hundred two hundred different projects are completed because they're just quick projects one day projects yeah that's true that's true but in in so do you know those are two different places that you should look out look up okay Paul as far as as far as you know being able to get out there and getting your name out there and getting some gigs and good things like that so does that give you enough to get started that gives me some ideas that I had hadn't thought of as I really am good editing I and in the old days there was a new man with a razor blade and then you turned me on to the and so that makes it even easier yes you know what I think I remember those days you remember those days and with the razor blades I only had to do a radio school there's still cart machines in the first radio stations I will start working in two thousand but I I did have to learn how to edit on tape with razor blades I'm sure Mike Mike you edited with rings are placed into and it yeah back in the day he had eighties the mid eighties absolutely I remember that was what was the worst part of it well it was if you if you screw up you cut a piece of this is there's no going back there's no and do and if you don't know what we're talking about if you wanted it looks like he was doing a commercial and she said go and get the blue truck but she wasn't supposed to say the word blue we would have to get the actual tape take a razor blade cut before she said the word blue take a cut after the she said the word blue throw that he's a table way and then tape of those two together with something called editing tape we actually the physically capitate and then you have you ever have you have you have to like play with it so you actually have to hear it yet to position it every single time to make sure you got the end it right it was in vain and tedious absolutely and then we and then we had that like to though the reel to reel tapes right and we have two of those he'd go back and forth movie projector just two huge reveals that was a nightmare and now you just hit with your mouse control alt delete done if you screwed up it is go on to a new a new okay I'm back so so this means that I probably shouldn't be paying you as much no it's still you know is intense focus and it's very stressful computer screens her drive I mean we're definitely being under compensate you know the processing now to think about the processing back then real time processing you had to go if you want to process you have to play the whole thing back if it was a thirty minute you know peace yet to put it all back and process it yeah can take if there is any club in process in seconds yes five seconds crazy but still we around a bit still as one make sure we get that point across still still Hey I got a date with the revolutionary cartridge free absent ego tank forty seven sixty this cartridge for your printer comes with a nothing to print thousands of pages you learn more over at essence dot com slash ego tank him that's Epson dot com slash eco ten KM let's talk about your fit bits in your smartwatch I mean I noticed that entry you're no longer where you're smart watch players that gave it to my wife okay I thought were mine every once in awhile and it was in using it and she uses her calendar way more than I do so then she can get all those layers and things like that well you know if you don't have a an apple watch it seems like you have a fit bad and so often we get the phone calls here in the show the so we said you know I need to be able to track my heart rate and maybe they have a fit but there really wasn't a an honest to goodness great app that we could point to you four point for you to get and so on but now if you have a fair bit you can load up on an app called cardio kick Graham and it analyzes the data gets referred bit using a I it's an album called deep hard and it looks for very specific conditions like a fib diabetes hypertension also can detect sleep apnea and if it's text something of concern you're actually going to get an alert that was free for both iPhones and android smartphones but if you want more than this the basic screening you're going to upgrade to the premium version and then.

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"cardio department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"cardio department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Okay so we have all these where in smart watches an apple watch well you know fifth it is always a lag behind just a little bit in the cardio department as far as hard rates in heart tractors and things like that if you have a favorite coming up just few moments and talk about some new apps that you can use on your fate bad that I think you're really going day of course the phone lines are open if you have a question something digital it's one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four once again as a way to join us and there's Andrew but basically I was always in the Kim commando show man cave three of Paul Paul is in Delaware and he's a radio guy doesn't talk like a radio guy I know he sounds like a radio production guy not a radio guy this the I like it well I like when you use your radio order now is it makes me feel like you know this is a professional broadcast world Paul is on the line one line arc about the internet no he he has done some radio oppression from people turning their L. P.'s in concerts in the digital but he wants to find a way to maybe find other things to do with his skills or expand that to make some money online because radio is radio right and we all know well radio you know one of the things that I was fine fastens radio is and I I don't think there's any other industry where you find out if you're fired by your key card got worse it's just the way that it happens hello there Paul so what are you so what did you do in radio I was board up and I did some jock work and things like that but I found that my favorite part to do was to be in the production room and make spots and things like that now at a point where I don't move around very much and I'm trying to find a way to use these skills to make a little extra money and I wondered if people would be interested in paying to get thing to get their audio files digitized O. L. P.'s forty fives cassette set that are a doing with my personal collection but I didn't know if there's any money in that or this other radio skills that I could turn into cash somehow well I'll tell you there is we do have an opening for call screening position no just kidding just that was a injures radio laugh by the way there are all kinds of things you can do all I need and if this is something that you want to pursue as far as with al peas and cassettes and and turning them into digital libraries I mean that's something you can just post on Craigslist and see what would turn up right but if you're looking for more of a honest to goodness gig that you can do remotely have you ever looked at a website called up work no I haven't heard of that one you can see what it's like to do is I'd like you to go to work and just type in radio production or whatever whatever's kinda suits your fancy and what happens on of work is that people that and people that have a certain skills they say okay these are the things that I can do and then people who have certain wants and needs for jobs they pose with their job okay so you might find somebody who has a podcast but they need to edit the podcast you could do that right absolutely I was so so I would you like expand your horizons you could make promos correct hello okay you could you could probably produce commercials what else can you do Andrew over on a four you know I'll I was thinking about five and I don't know if you could explain if there would be a huge difference between fiver and up work their show many people looking for audio entities scanning skills especially editing audio books audiobooks invasion JYJ's files are long files it's tedious work well I think with the upward Justin dress that is it I I think with the work you have on business right where and then what happens is like you'd posted a gig like you know I need audio book at it and then and then people would bid on that to say I could do for this much I can do for this much and then people are ranked and you see reviews and kind of good things like that Paul right fibre appears to new to me unless I'm mistaken address at three more individuals yeah it's definitely peer to peer but I have this I think when you're looking at the people who are doing work on Fiverr they're getting more jobs you may not get the same amount of money per job but it's a lot because it's people that have five hundred two hundred different projects are completed because they're just quick projects one day projects yeah that's true that's true but in in so don't go there to different places that you should look out look up okay Paul as far as as far as you know being able to get out there and getting your name out there and getting some gigs and good things like that so we give you enough to get started that gives me some ideas that I have hadn't thought of as I really am good editing I and in the old days that was the main man with a razor blade and then you turned me on to the and so that makes it even easier you know what I think I remember those days you remember those days and with the razor blades I only had to do a radio school there's still cart machines in the first radio stations I will start working in two thousand but I I did have to learn how to add it on tape with razor blades I'm sure Mike Mike you edited with razor blades to ensure that it back in the day yeah eighties the mid eighties absolutely I remember that was what was the worst part of it well it was if you if you screw up you cut a piece of this is there's no going back there's no and do and if you don't know what we're talking about if you wanted it let's see Kim was doing a commercial and she said go and get the blue truck but she wasn't supposed to say the word blue we would have to get the actual tape take a razor blade cut before she said the word blue take a cut after the wishes of the word blue throw that he's a table way and then tape of those two together with something called editing tape we actually the physically capitate and then you have you ever have you have you have to like play with it so you actually have to hear it yeah the position it every single time to make sure you got the end it right it was in vain and tedious absolutely and then we and then we have that like two of the the reel to reel tapes right yeah we have two of those you'd go back and forth movie projector is two huge reveals that was a nightmare and now you just hit with your mouse control alt delete done if you screwed up it is go on to a new a new okay I'm back so so this means that I probably shouldn't be paying you as much no it's still you know is intense focus and it's very stressful computer screens her drive I mean we're definitely being under compensate you know the processing now to think about the processing back then real time processing you have to go if you want to process on you have to play the whole thing back if it was a thirty minute you know peace yet to put it all back and process it yeah can take a thirty minute clip and processed in seconds yes five seconds crazy but still we around a bit still as one make sure we get that point across still still Hey I got a date.

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"cardio department" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:14 min | 1 year ago

"cardio department" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Okay so we have all these where since smart watch is an apple watch well you know if if it is always kind of lagged behind just a little bit in the cardio department as far as hard rates and heart tractors and things like that if you have a favorite coming up just few moments and talk about some new apps that you can use on your fat bad that I think you're really going day of course the phone lines are open if you have a question something digital it's one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four once again as a way to join us and there's Andrew but basically as always in the Kim commando show man cave three of Paul Paul is in Delaware and he's a radio guy does he talk like a radio guy I know he sounds like radio production guy not a radio guy this yeah I like it well I like when you use your radio order now is it makes me feel like you know this is a professional broadcast world Paul is on the line one line talk about the internet no he he has done some radio oppression for people turning their L. P.'s in concerts in the digital but he wants to find a way to maybe find other things to do with his skills or expand that to make some money online because radio is radio right and we all know well radio you know one of the things that I was fine fastenings radio is that I I don't think there's any other industry where you find out if you're fired by your key card got worse it's just the way that it happens hello there Paul so what are you so what did you do in radio I was board up and I did some jock work and things like that but I found that my favorite part to do was to be in the production room and make spots and things like that now at a point where I don't move around very much and I'm trying to find a way to use these skills to make a little extra money and I wondered if people would be interested in paying to get thing to get their audio files digitized in O. L. P.'s forty five years I cassettes at cetera what I'm doing with my personal collection but I didn't know if there's any money in that or this other radio skills that I could turn into cash somehow well I'll tell you there is we do have an opening for call screening position no just kidding just that was a injures radio laugh by the way there are all kinds of things you can do Paul I mean if this is something that you want to pursue as far as with L. peas and cassettes and and turning them into digital libraries I mean that's something you could just post on Craig's list and see what would turn up right but if you're looking for more of a honest to goodness gig that you can do remotely have you ever looked at a website called up work no I haven't heard of that one this is what you would like to do is I'd like you to go to work and just type in radio production or whatever whatever's kind of suits your fancy and what happens on of work is that people that and people that have a certain skills they say okay these are the things that I can do and then people who have certain wants and needs for jobs they pose with their job okay so you might find somebody who has a podcast but they need to edit the podcast you could do that right absolutely I was so so I went to like expand your horizons you could make promos correct hello okay you could you could probably produce commercials what else could he do Andrew over on up for you know I'll I was thinking about five and I don't know if you could explain if there would be a huge difference between fiver and up work their show many people looking for audio entity scanning skills especially editing audio books audio books are vision JYJ files are long files it's tedious work well I think with the upward Justin dress that is it I I think with the work you have on business right where and then what happens is like you'd posted a gig like you know I need audio book at it and then and then people would bid on that to say I could do for this much I could do for this much and then people are ranked and you see reviews and kind of good things like that Paul right fibre appears to be you to me unless I'm mistaken and is that we were individuals yeah it's definitely peer to peer but I have this I think when you're looking at the people who are doing work on Fiverr they're getting more jobs you may not get the same amount of money per job but it's a lot because there's people that have five hundred two hundred different projects are completed because they're just quick projects one day projects yeah that's true that's true but in in so you know those are two different places that you should look out look up okay Paul as far as as far as you know being able to get out there and getting your name out there and getting some gigs and good things like that so does that give you enough to get started that gives me some ideas that I had hadn't thought of because I really am good editing I and in the old days there was a new man with a razor blade and then you turned me on to the and so that makes it even easier you know what I think I remember those days you remember those days and with the razor blades I only had to do a radio school there's still cart machines in the first radio stations I will start working in two thousand but I I did have to learn how to add it on tape with razor blades I'm sure Mike Mike you edited with rings are placed into and it I can the day Hey I eighties to mid eighties absolutely I remember that was always the worst part of it well it was if you if you screw up you cut a piece of the because there's no going back there's no and do and if you don't know what we're talking about if you wanted it let's see Kim was doing a commercial and she said go and get the blue truck but she wasn't supposed to say the word blue we would have to get the actual tape take a razor blade cut before she said the word blue take a cut after the wishes of the word blue throw that he's a table way and then tape of those two together with something called editing tape we actually the physically capitate and then you have you ever have you have you have to like play with it so you actually have to hear it yet the position it every single time to make sure you got the end it right it was in Spain and tedious absolutely and then we and then we had that like to the reel to reel tapes right yeah we have two of those you'd go back and forth about movie projector just two huge reveals that was a nightmare and now you just hit with your mouse control alt delete done if you screwed up it is go on to a new a new okay I'm back so so this means that I probably shouldn't be paying you as much no it's still you know is intense focus and it's very stressful computer screens her drive I mean we're definitely being under compensate you know the processing now to think about the processing back then real time processing you had to go if you want to process you have to play the whole thing back if it was a thirty minute you know peace yet to put it all back and process it yeah can take a thirty minute clip and process in seconds yes five seconds crazy but still we around a bit still as one make sure we get that point across still still Hey I got a date with the revolutionary cartridge free Ebsen ego tank forty seven sixty this cartridge for your printer comes with a nothing to print thousands of pages you learn more over at essence dot com slash ego tank him that's Epson dot com slash ego tank Kim let's talk about your fit bits in your smartwatch I mean I noticed that entry you're no longer where you're smart watch players that gave it to my wife okay I can wear mine every once in awhile and it was in using it and she uses her calendar way more than I do so then she can get all those layers and things like that well you know if you don't have a an apple watch it seems like you have a fit bad and so often we get the phone calls here in the show this was you know I need to be able to track my heart rate and maybe they have a fit but there really wasn't a an honest to goodness great app that we could point to see your four point for you to get and so on but now if you have a fit but you can load up on an app called cardio kick Graham and it analyzes the data gets referred bit using a I it's an album called deep hard ten it looks for very specific conditions like a fib diabetes hypertension also can detect sleep apnea and it protects something of concern you're actually going to get an alert that was free for both iPhones and android smartphones but if you want more than this the basic screening you're going to upgrade to the premium version and then you can share those results with anyone you choose from a family member to your doctor it's expensive it costs fifty Bucks a month but we are talking about your heart or a hundred dollars a year after your free trial but while it's new to fit bay if you do have an apple watch the Google where S. compound which even a Garmin wearable and you are concerned about your heart you really ought to download this little app.

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"cardio department" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"cardio department" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Need to face the day like when I take it every day just to see how to dress and planning events in the future news radio okay so we have all these where it fits in smart watches in apple watches well you know fit that is always kind lag behind just a little bit in the cardio department as far as heart rates and heart tractors and things like that if you have a fair bit coming up just few moments and talk about some new apps that you can use on your fat bad that I think you're really going day because the phone lines are open if you have a question something digital's one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four once again as a way to join us and there's Andrew but basically I was always in the Kim commando show man cave three of Paul Paul is in Delaware and he's a radio guy because he talked like a radio guy I know he sounds like radio production guy not a radio this the I like it well I like when you use your radio order now because it makes me feel like you know this is a professional broadcast world poll is on the line one line talk about the internet no he he has done some radio oppression for people turning their L. P.'s in concerts in the digital but he wants to find a way to maybe find other things to do with his skills or expand that to make some money online because radio is radio right and we all know well radio you know one of the things that I was fine fasting with radio is that I I don't think there's any other industry where you find out if you're fired by your key card not working it's just the way that it happens hello there Paul so what are you so what did you do in radio all I was bored out and I did some shock work and things like that but I found that my favorite part to do was to be in the production room and make spot and things like that where I don't move around very much and I'm trying to find a way to use these skills to make a little extra money and I wondered if people would be interested in paying to get thing to get their audio files digitize you know L. P.'s forty five years sets at center of what I'm doing with my personal collection but I didn't know if there's any money in that or is on the radio skills that I could turn into cash somehow well I'll tell you there is we do have an opening for call screening position no just kidding just that was a injures radio laugh by the way there are all kinds of things you can do Paul I mean if this is something that you want to pursue as far as with L. peas and cassettes and and turning them into digital libraries I mean that's something you could just post on Craig's list and see what would turn up right but if you're looking for more of a honest to goodness gig that you can do remotely have you ever looked at a website called up work no I haven't heard of that one would like to do is I'd like you to go to work and just type in radio production or whatever whatever's kind of suits your fancy and what happens on of work is that people that and people that have a certain skills they say okay these are the things that I can do and then people who have certain wants and needs for jobs they pose with their job okay so you might find somebody who has a podcast but they need to edit the podcast you could do that right I was so so I went to like expand your horizons you could make promos correct hello you could you could probably produce commercials what else could he do Andrew over on up for you know I'll I was thinking about five and I don't know if you could explain if there would be a huge difference between fiver and up work there's so many people looking for audio entities ending skills especially editing audio books audio books there's a huge files you know long files is tedious work well I think with the upward Justin dress that is that I I think with the work you have a business right where and then what happens is like you'd posting a gig like you know I need audio book at it and then and then people would bid on that to say I could do for this much I could do for this much and then people are ranked and you you see reviews and kind of good things like that Paul right fibre appears to be you to me unless I'm mistaken errors that we were individuals yeah it's definitely peer to peer but I have this I think when you're looking at the people who are doing work on Fiverr they're getting more jobs you may not get the same amount of money per job but it's a lot because there's people that have five hundred two hundred different projects are completed because they're just quick projects one day projects yeah that's true that's true but in in so those are two different places that you should look out look up okay Paul as far as as far as you know being able to get out there and getting your name out there and getting some gigs and good things like that so does that give you enough to get started that gives me some ideas that I had hadn't thought of as I really am good editing I and in the old days there was a new man with a razor blade and then you turned me on to the and so that makes it even easier you know what I think I remember those days you remember those days and with the razor blades I only had to do a radio school there's still cart machines in the first radio stations I will start working in two thousand but I I did have to learn how to add it on tape was razor blades I'm sure my could make you an Indian with rings are placed into and it yeah back in the day yeah eighties to mid eighties absolutely I remember that was what was the worst part of it well it was if you if you screw up you cut a piece of the going back there's no and do it if you don't know what we're talking about if you wanted and let's see can was doing a commercial and she said go and get the blue truck but she wasn't supposed to say the word blue we would have to get the actual tape take a razor blade cut before she said the word blue take a cut after the she said the word blue throw that he's a table way and then tape of those two together with something called editing tape we actually the physically capitate and then you have you ever have you have you have to like play with it so you actually have to hear it yet to position it every single time to make sure you got the end it right it was in vain and tedious absolutely and then we and then we had like two of the the reel to reel tapes right and we have two of those you'd go back and forth about movie projector just two huge reveals that was a nightmare and now you just hit with your mouse control alt delete done if you screwed up it is go on to a new a new okay I'm back so so this means that I probably shouldn't be paying you as much no it's still you know is intense focus and it's very stressful computer screens hurt your eyes I mean we're definitely being under compensate you know the processing now to think about the processing back then real time processing you had to go if you want to process on you have to play the whole thing back if it was a thirty minute you know peace yet to put it all back and process it yeah can take a thirty minute clip in process and second yes five seconds crazy but still we around a bit still as one make sure we get that point across still still think about the revolutionary.

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"cardio department" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"cardio department" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"These wearable, spit bits and smart watches in Appalachia, swell fit has always kind of lagged behind just a little bit in the cardio department is for his heart rates and heart trackers, and things like that. If you have a Fitbit coming of just few moments and talk about some new apps that you can use on your fit bit that. I think you're really going to dig. And of course, the phone lines are open. If you have a question, something Digital's, one triple eight, eight to five fifty to fifty four once again, it's way to join us, and there's Andrew Bisky as always in the Kim Komando, show, mankato's. So we have Paul Paul in Delaware, and he's radio guy. Visit talk radio guy. No, he sounds like a radio production guy. Not a radio guy. See I like it. Why Lincoln, you use your radio now because it makes me feel like this is a professional broadcast. Paul is on the line. Kim talk about the internet. No, he, he has done some radio production for people turning their LP's and consents into digital, but he wants to find a way to maybe find other things to do with the skills or expand that to make some money online, because radio is radio. Right. And we all know a whole radio pay. You know, one of the things that I always find fascinating this radio is that I don't think there's any other industry where you find out if you're fired by your keycard, not working. It's just the way that it happens. Hello there, Paul. Hello. So what are you what did you do in radio? And I did some jock work and things like that. But I found that my favorite part to do was to be in the production room and to make spots and things like that. Point where I don't move around very much, and I'm trying to find a way to use these skills to make a little extra money. And I wondered if people would be interested in paying thing to get their audio files digitize. LP's forty-five. Cassette set cetera. I'm doing with my personal collection. But I didn't know if there's any money in that or other radio skills that I could turn into cash somehow. Well, I'll tell you there's, we do have an opening for a call screening position. No just kidding. Just. That was Andrew's radio laugh, by the way, there are all kinds of things you can do all. I mean if this is something that you want to pursue as far as with LP's and cassettes, and, and turning them into digital libraries. I mean, that's something you could just post on Craigslist and see what would turn up. Right. But if you're looking for more of a honest to goodness, gig that you can do remotely. Have you ever looked at a website called up work? No haven't heard of that one hundred like you do is, I'd like you to upward and just type in radio production or whatever whatever kind of suit your fancy and what happens on of work is that people that people have certain skills. They say okay, these are the things that I can do. And then people who have certain wants and needs for jobs. They post what their job is. Okay. So you might find somebody who has a podcast, but they need to edit the podcast, you could do that, right? Oh, absolutely. So, so I want you to like. Expand your horizons you could make promos right. Okay. You could you could probably produce commercials. What else could he do? Andrew over on up where I was thinking about five or now. No. If you could explain if there would be a huge difference between five or an up work, but there are so many people looking for audio entities ending skills, especially editing audio books books files, long files. It's tedious work with upward just to address that is that I think with upward businesses right where, and then what happens is like you'd posted a gig like I need audio book, edited. And then and then people would bid on that to say, I could do it for this much, I can do for this much, then people are ranked and you see reviews and kind of good things like that Paul right? Fiber appears to be to me. Unless I'm mistaken Andrews appears to me more individuals. Yeah, it's definitely peer to peer. But I this I think when you're looking at the people who are doing work on five or they're getting more jobs. You may not get the same amount of money per job, but it's a lot because there's people that have five hundred two hundred different projects, they've completed because they're just quick projects. One day projects. That's true. That's true. But in, in so those are two definite places that you should look out look up. Okay. Paul, as far as, as far, as you know, being able to get out there and getting your name out there and getting some gigs, and good things like that. So does that give you enough to get started? But that gives me some ideas that I hadn't thought of I really am booted editing in the old days I was a mean man with a razor blade, and then you turned me on. And so that makes it even easier. You know what? I, I remember those days. Do you remember those days, Andrew with the razor blades? I only had to do it in radio school. There was still cart machines in the first radio stations, I started working in two thousand but I did have to learn how to edit on tape with razor blades. I'm sure Mike, Mike you with razor blazed into edit. Oh, yeah. Back in the day eighties mid eighties. Absolutely. I remember that was the worst part of it. Well, it was if you, if you screw up, you cut a piece of the, there's no going back. There's no undue, and if you don't know what we're talking about. If you wanted to let's say Kim was doing commercial and she said go and get the blue truck, but she wasn't supposed to say the word blue. We would have to get the actual tape take a razor blade cut before. She said the word blue take a cut after the she said the word blue throw that piece of tape away. And then tape those two together with something called editing tape, we actually physically cut the tape, and then you'd have to remember you'd have to you'd have to play with it. So you'd actually have to hear it position at every. Single time to make sure you've got the edit. Right. It was insane and tedious. Absolutely. And then we and then we had like two of the the reel to reel tapes. Right. Those you'd go back and forth by. A movie projector to huge reels. That was a nightmare. And now you just hit with your mouse control all delete done. If you screw it up. He just go undo a new. Okay, I'm back. So, so this means that I probably shouldn't be paying you as much. No. It's still, you know, is intense focus and it's very stressful. Computer screens, your eyes. I mean we're definitely being under compensated. You know, the processing now to think about the processing back then real time processing, you had to go if you wanted to process you have to play the whole thing back if it was a thirty minute piece you have to pay it all back and process it. Yeah. Clifford process and seconds. Yes. Five seconds. Crazy. Phil. We are underpaid still. I just want to make sure that we get that point across. Still still. I gotta tell you about the revolutionary cartridge free Epson ecotank, forty seven sixty this cartridge free printer comes with enough ink to print thousands of pages you learn more over at Epson dot com slash eco-tank Kim. That's Epson dot com slash eco-tank Chem. Or let's talk about your fitbit's in your smartwatch. I mean I noticed that enter you're no longer wearing your smartwatch is that gave it to my wife, I who are mine every once in a while I wasn't using it enough and she uses her calendar way more than I two. So then she can get all those and things like that. Well, you know, if you don't have an apple watch it seems like you have a Fitbit, and so often we get the phone calls here on the show that somebody says, you know, I need to be able to track my heart rate k and maybe they have a Fitbit, and there really wasn't an honest to goodness, great that we could point to point for you to get. And so, but now if you have a bench, you can load up on an app called cardio Graham, and it analyzes the data. Fit bit using AI. It's now broom called deep art, and it looks for very specific conditions like a fib diabetes. Hypertension also can detect sleep apnea and if the tax something of concern, you're actually going to get an alert now it's free for both iphones and Android smartphones. But if you want more than this, the basic screening, you're going to upgrade.

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"cardio department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"cardio department" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Okay. So we have all these wearable, spit bits and smart watches an apple watches. Well, you know, fit has always kind of leg behind just a little bit in the cardio department as far as heart rates and heart trackers, and things like that. If you have a Fitbit coming just few moments and talk about some new apps that you can use on your fit bit that. I think you're really going to dig. And of course, the phone lines are open. If you have a question, something Digital's, one triple eight, eight to five fifty to fifty four once again, is the way to join us, and there's Andrew, but Bisky as always in the Kim commando show, man cave. So we have Paul Paul is in Delaware, and he's a radio talk like a radio. I know he sounds like a radio production guy. Not a radio guard. See I like it. I like when you use your radio. Because it makes me feel like you know, this is a professional broadcast poll on alone. Kim. Talk about the internet. No, he he is done some radio production for people turning their LP's, in consents into digital. But he wants to find a way to maybe find other things to do with the skills or expand that to make some money online, because radio is radio. Right. And we all know what he'll radio pay, you know, one of the things that I always find fascinating radio is that I don't think there's any other industry where you find out if you're fired by your card, not working. It's just the way that it happens. Hello there, Paul. Hello. So what are you what did you do in radio? Oh, I was a board up and I did some jock work and things like that. But I found that my favorite part to do was to be in the production and to make spots and things like that. Point where I don't need around very much, and I'm trying to find a way to use these skills to make a little extra money. And I wondered if people would be interested in paying to get thing to get their audio files, digitize LP's forty five. Set set cetera. What I'm doing with my personal collection. But I didn't know if there's any money in that or other radio skills, but I could turn into cash somehow. Well, I'll tell you there's, we do have an opening for a call screening position. No just kidding. Just. That was Andrew's radio left, by the way. There are all kinds of things you can do all. I mean, this is something that you want to pursue as far as with LP's and cassettes, and, and turning them into digital libraries. I mean, that's something you could just post on Craigslist, and see what would turn up right? But if you're looking for more of a honest to goodness, gig that you could do remotely. Have you ever looked at a website called up work? No haven't heard of that one. Like you do go to up work and just type in radio production or whatever whatever kind of suit your fancy and what happens on up work is that people that people that have certain skills, they say, okay, these are the things that I can do. And then people who have certain wants and needs for jobs. They post what their job is. Okay. So you might find somebody who has a podcast, but they need to edit the podcast, you could do that, right? Oh, absolutely. So, so I want you to like expand your horizons. You. Could make promos correct? You could you could probably produce commercials. What else could he do? Andrew over on up work, I was thinking about five or now. No. If you could explain if there would be a huge difference between five or an up work, but there are so many people. Looking for audio entities ending skills, especially editing audio books books are visiting files long fouls. It's tedious work. Well, I think with upward just to address that is that I think, with have more businesses right? Where and then what happens is like you'd post to a gig. Like I need audio book, edited, and then and then people would bid on that to say, I could do it for this much. I could do for this much, then people are ranked and you see reviews and kind of good things like that Paul right? Fiber appears to be to me, unless I'm mistaken Andrews appears to be more individuals. Yeah. It's definitely peer to peer. But I this, I think when you're looking at people who are doing work on five or they're getting more jobs. You may not get the same amount of money per job, but it's a lot because there's people that have five hundred two hundred different projects are completed, because they're just quick projects. One day projects. Yeah. That's true. That's true. And, and so those are two definite places that you should look out look up. Okay. Paul, as far as, as far as being able to get out there and getting your name out there and getting some gigs, and things like that. So does that give you enough to get started? But that gives me some ideas that I hadn't thought of I really am booted editing in the old days I was a mean man with a razor blade, and then you turned me onto, and so that makes it even easier. Yeah. You know what I, I remember those days? Do you remember those days, Andrew with a razor blades? I only had to do it in radio school. There was still cart machines in the first radio stations, I started working in two thousand but I did have to learn how to edit on tape razor blades. I'm sure Mike, Mike. You edited with razor blazed into back in the day eighties mid eighties. Absolutely. I remember that was the worst part of it. Well, it was if you, if you screw up, you cut a piece of this. There's no going back. There's no undo. And if you don't know what we're talking about. If you wanted to let's say Kim was doing commercial and she said go and get the blue truck, but she wasn't supposed to say the word blue. We would have to get the actual tape take a razor blade cut before. She said the word blue taken cut after the she said the word blue throw that piece of tape away. And then tape those two together with something called editing tape, we actually had to physically cut the tape, and then you'd have to remember, you're not gonna go you'd have to play with it. So you'd actually have to hear it. You had to position it every single time to make sure you've got the edit. Right. It was insane and tedious. Absolutely. And then we and then we had like two of the, the real to reel tapes. Right. So you'd have to those need go back and forth. A movie projector to huge reels. That was a nightmare. Now you just hit with your mouse control, delete done. If you screw it up. He just go unto do undo. Okay. I'm back. So, so this probably shouldn't be paying you as much. No, it's still, you know, intense focus and it's very stressful computer screens. Her job is I mean, we're definitely being under compensated, the processing now to think about the processing back then real time processing, you had to go if you wanted to process you have to play the whole thing back if it was a thirty minute piece you have to play it all back and process. It can take a thirty minute clip in process, and seconds. Yes. Five seconds. Crazy. Still we were underpaid still. I just wanna make sure that we get that point across. Still, still, I gotta tell you about the revolutionary cartridge free, Epson eco-tank, forty seven sixty this cartridge, free printer comes with enough ink to print, thousands of pages. You can learn more over at Epson dot com slash eco-tank Kim. That's Epson dot com slash eco-tank. Kim. Let's talk about your fitbit's in your smartwatch. I mean I noticed that Andrew, you're no longer wearing your smartwatch that gave it to my wife Kay. I wear mine every once in a while I wasn't using it off. And she uses her calendar way more than I two. So then she can get all those years and things like that. Well, you know, if you don't have an apple watch it seems like you have a Fitbit. And so often we get the phone calls here in the show that somebody says, you know, I need to be able to track my heart rate, and maybe they have a Fitbit, and there really wasn't an honest to goodness, great after that we could point to point for you to get. And so, but now if you have a Fitbit, you can load up on an app called cardio gram, and it analyzes, the data from your Fitbit using AI. It's an algorithm called deep art, and it looks for very specific conditions like diabetes, hypertension also can detect sleep apnea. And if it took tech, something of concern, you're actually going to get an alert now it's free for both iphones and Android smartphone. Phones. But if you.

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"cardio department" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:46 min | 1 year ago

"cardio department" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Okay. So we have all these bits and smart, watches and apple watch. It's well fit has always kind of leg behind just a little bit in the cardio department as far as heart rates and heart trackers, and things like that. If you have a Fitbit coming up just few moments and talk about some new apps that you can use on your fit bit that. I think you're really going to dig. And of course, the phone lines are open. If you have a question on something Digital's, one triple eight, eight to five fifty to fifty four once again, it's the way to join us, and there's Andrew Bisky as always, and the Kim commando show. Mankato's ingram. We have Paul Paul in Delaware, and he's a radio talk, like a radio. No. He sounds like a radio production guy. Not a radio. God. See I like it. I like when you use your radio because it makes me feel like this is a professional broadcast poll on in Kim. Talk about vian. No, he's done. Some radio production for people turning their LP's and consents into digital, but he wants to find a way to maybe find other things to do with the skills or expand that to make some money online, because radio is radio. Right. And we all know what he'll radio pay, you know, one of the things that I find fascinating radio is that I don't think there's any other industry where you find out if you're fired by your car dot working. It's just the way that it happens Holo there, Paul. So what do you what did you do in radio? I was brought up and I did some jock work and things like that. But I found that my favorite part to do was to be in the production and to make spots and things like that. Now point where I don't move around very much, and I'm trying to find a way to use these skills to make a little extra money. And I wondered if people would be interested in paying to get thing to get the audio files, digitize LP's forty fives. That cetera. What I'm doing with my personal collection. But I didn't know if there's any money in that or other radio skills, but I could turn into cash some help. Well, I'll tell you, there's, we do have an opening for call screening position. No just kidding. Just. That was Andrew's radio laugh, by the way. There are all kinds of things you can do all. I mean, this is something that you want to pursue as far as with LP's cassettes, and, and turning them into digital libraries. I mean, that's something you could just post on Craigslist, and see what would turn up right? But if you're looking for more of a honest to goodness, gig that you could do remotely. Have you ever looked at a website called up work? No haven't heard of that one. But what I'd like you to go up work and just type in radio production or whatever, whatever kind of suit, your fancy, and what happens on work is that people that people that have certain skills, they say, okay, these are the things that I can do. And then people who have certain wants and needs for jobs. They post what their job is. Okay. So you might find somebody who has a podcast, but they need to edit the podcast, you can do that, right? Oh, absolutely. I so, so I want to expand your horizons you could make promos correct. Okay. You could you could probably produce commercials. What else could he do? Andrew over on up work, I was thinking about five or I don't know, if you could explain if there would be a huge difference between five and up work, but there are so many people. Looking for audio entities getting skills, especially editing audio books. Books are files long files. It's tedious work, I think with upward just to address that I think with businesses right? Where and then what happens is posted a gig. Like I need to audio book at it. And then and then people would bid on that to say, I could do it for this much. I could do for this much, then people are ranked and you see reviews and kind of good things like that Paul right? Fiber appears to, to me, unless I'm mistaken Andrews appears to be more individuals gets definitely peer to peer. But I this, I think when you're looking at people who are doing work on five or they're getting more jobs. You may not get the same amount of money per job, but it's a lot because there's people that have five hundred two hundred different projects, they've completed because they're just quick projects. One day projects. That's true. That's true. So those are two definite places that you should look out look up. Okay. Paul, as far as, as far as being able to get out there and getting your name out there and getting some gigs, and things like that. So does that give you enough to get started? But that gives me some ideas that I hadn't thought of I really am booted editing in the old days I was a mean man with a razor blade, and then you turn me on. And of that makes it even easier. You know what? I remember those days. Do you remember those days, Andrew with razor blades, I only had to do it in radio school. There was still cart machines in the first radio stations, I started working in two thousand but I did have to learn how to edit on tape with razor blades. I'm sure Mike, Mike you edited with razor blades. Didn't you back in the day eighties mid eighties? Absolutely. I remember that was the worst part of it. Well, it was if you, if you screw up, you cut a piece of his, there's no going back. There's no undo. And if you don't know what we're talking about. If you wanted to let's say Kim was doing commercial and she said go and get the blue truck, but she wasn't supposed to say the word blue. We would have to get the actual tape take a razor blade cut before. She said the word blue taken cut after the she said the word blue throw that piece of tape away. And then tape those two together with something called editing tape, we actually had to physically cut the tape, and then you'd have remember you'd have to you'd have to play with it. So you'd actually have to hear it had to position it every single time to make sure you've got the edit. Right. It was insane and tedious. Absolutely. And then we and then we had like two to the the real to reel tapes. Right. So you'd have to those he'd go back and forth. Ber a movie projector to huge reels. That was a nightmare. Now you just hit with your mouth control, delete done. If you screw it up undo do undo. Okay. I'm back. So, so this probably shouldn't be paying you as much. No. It's still, you know, intense focus and it's very stressful computer screens, JR. Is I mean, we're definitely being under compensated the processing now to think about the processing back then real time processing, you had to go if you wanted to process you have to play the whole thing back if it was a thirty minute piece you have to play it all back and process. It can take a thirty minute clip in processed, and seconds. Yes. Five seconds crazy. But still, we were underpaid still wanna make sure that we get that point across. Still, still, I gotta tell you about the revolutionary cartridge free, Epson eco-tank, forty seven sixty this cartridge, free printer comes with enough ink to print, thousands of pages. You can learn more over at Epson dot com slash eco-tank Kim. That's Epson dot com slash eco-tank. Kim. Let's talk about your fit bits and you're smart watch. I mean I noticed that Andrew, you're no longer wearing your smartwatch that gave it to my wife Kay. I wear mine every once in a while it wasn't using it off. And she uses her calendar way more than I two. So then she can get all those words and things like that. Well, if you don't have an apple watch it seems like you have a fit Fitbit. And so often we get the phone calls here in the show that somebody says, you know, I need to be able to track my heart rate, and maybe they have a Fitbit, and there really wasn't a, an honest to goodness, great that we could point to point for you to get. And so, but now if you have a Fitbit, you can load up on an app called cardio gram, and it analyzes, the data, guess where your fit bit using AI algorithm, called deep art, and it looks for very specific conditions like a fib diabetes. Hypertension also can detect sleep apnea and at the tech something of concern you're actually going to get an alert now it's free for both iphones and Android smartphones..

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"cardio department" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"cardio department" Discussed on WTVN

"Wearable, spit bits and smart watches. An apple watch it swell Fitbit has always kind of lagged behind just a little bit in the cardio department as far as heart rates and heart trackers, and things like that. If you have a Fitbit coming up in just a few moments and talk about some new apps that you can use on your fit bit that. I think you're really going to dig. And of course, the phone lines are open. If you have a question on something Digital's, one triple eight, eight to five fifty to fifty four once again, it's the way to join us, and there's Andrew Bisky as always. And the Kim commando show man cave. Andrew, we have Paul Paul is in Delaware, and he's radio guy because he talk like a radio guy. I know he sounds like a radio production guy. Not a radio guy. See I like it. I like when you use your radio now because it makes me feel like this is a professional broadcast poll on alone. Kim. Talk about the internet. No, he, he has done some radio production for people turning their LP's and consents into digital, but he wants to find a way to maybe find other things to do with his skills, or expand that to make some money online, because radio is radio. Right. And we all know what whole radio pay. You know, one of the things that I always find fascinating radio is that I don't think there's any other industry where you find out if you're fired by your car, not working. It's just the way that it happens. Hello there, Paul. Hello. So what are you? So what did you do in radio? Oh, I was brought up and I did some jock work and things like that. But I found that my favorite part to do was to be in the production where and to make spots and things like that. Point where I don't move around very much, and I'm trying to find a way to use these skills to make a little extra money. And I wondered if people would be interested in paying to get thing to get their audio files, digitize LP's Forty-five cassette set cetera. That's what I'm doing with my personal collection. But I didn't know if there's any money in that or there's other radio skills, but I could turn into cash somehow. Well, I'll tell you there's, we do have an opening for a call screening position. No just kidding. Just as. That was Andrew radio left. By the way. There are all kinds of things you can do Paul. I mean, this is something that you want to pursue as far as with LP's and cassettes, and, and turning them into digital libraries. I mean, that's something you could just post on Craigslist and see what would turn up. Right. But if you're looking for more of a honest to goodness, gig that you could do remotely. Have you ever looked at a website called up work? No haven't heard of that one because like you do I'd like you to go to upward and just type in radio production or whatever whatever kind of suit your fancy, and what happens on of work is that people that people have certain skills. They say okay, these are the things that I can do. And then people who have certain wants and needs for jobs. They post what their job is. Okay. So you might find somebody who has a podcast, but they need to edit the podcast, you could do that, right? Oh, absolutely. So, so I want you to like expand your horizons. You could. Could make promos correct? You could you could probably produce commercials. What else could he do? Andrew over on up work, I was thinking about five or now, I don't know if you could explain if there would be a huge difference between five or an up work, but there are so many people. Looking for audio entities ending skills, especially editing audio books books are visiting files so long files. It's tedious work. Well, I think with upward just to address that isn't I, I think with you have more businesses right? Okay. Where? And then what happens is like you would post a gig. Like I need audio book, edited. And then and then people would bid on that to say, I could do it for this much. I could do for this much, then people are ranked and you see reviews and kind of good things like that Paul right? Fiber appears to to me, and listen. I'm a state can Andrews appears to be more individuals. Yeah. It's definitely peer to peer. But I this I think when you're looking at the people who are doing work on five or they're getting more jobs. You may not get the same amount of money per job, but it's a lot because there's people that have five hundred two hundred different projects, they've completed because they're just quick projects. One day projects. That's true. That's true. But and, and so, you know, those are two definite places that you should look out look up. Okay. Paul, as far as, as far, as you know, being able to get out there and getting your name out there and getting some gigs, and things like that. So does that give you enough to get started? But that gives me some ideas that I hadn't thought of 'cause I really am booted editing in the old days. I was a mean man with a razor blade, and then you turned me onto, and so that makes it even easier. You know what I I remember? Are those days? Do you remember those days, Andrew with a razor blades? I only had to do it in radio school. There was still cart machines in the first radio stations, I started working in two thousand but I did have to learn how to edit on tape with razor blades. I'm sure Mike, Mike you edited with razor blazed into headed back in the day eighties. Mid eighties. Absolutely. I remember that was the worst part of it. Well, it was if you, if you screw up, you cut a piece of his, there's no going back. There's no undue, and if you don't know what we're talking about. If you wanted to let's say Kim was doing commercial and she said go and get the blue truck, but she wasn't supposed to say the word blue. We would have to get the actual tape take a razor blade cut before. She said the word blue taken cut after the she said the word blue throw that piece of tape away. And then tape those two together with something called editing tape, we actually had to physically cut the tape, and then you'd have to you'd have to like go you'd have to play with it. So you'd actually have to hear it. Position at every single time to make sure you've got the edit. Right. It was insane and tedious. Absolutely. And then we and then we had like to the the reel to reel. Tapes. Right. And so you'd have to of those, you'd go back and forth by earth or a movie, projector just two huge reels. That was a nightmare. And now you just hit with your mouse control, delete done. If you screw it up. He just go undo undo undo. Okay. I'm back. So, so this means that I probably shouldn't be paying you as much. No. It's still, you know, there's intense focus and it's very stressful computer screens. Her job is I mean, we're definitely being under compensated, the processing now to think about the processing back then real time processing, you had to go if you wanted to process you have to play the whole thing back if it was a thirty minute piece you have to play it all back and process. It can take a thirty minute clip in prostate and seconds. Yes. Five seconds. Crazy. Phil. We were underpaid still, I just wanna make sure that we get that point across. Still, still, I gotta tell you about the revolutionary cartridge free, Epson eco-tank, forty seven sixty this cartridge, free printer comes with enough ink to print, thousands of pages. You can learn more over at Epson dot com slash eco-tank Kim. That's Epson dot com slash eco-tank. Kim. Let's talk about your fitbit's and your smartwatch. I mean I noticed that Andrew, you're no longer wearing your smartwatch for us that gave it to my wife Kay, I wear mine, every once in a while I wasn't using it enough, and she uses her calendar way more than I two so then she can get all those years and things like that. Well, you know, if you don't have an apple watch it seems like you have a Fitbit, and so often we get the phone calls here in the show that somebody says, you know, I need to be able to track my heart rate, and maybe they have a Fitbit, and there really wasn't an honest to goodness, great after that we could point to point for you to get. And so, but now if you have a Fitbit, you can load up on an app called cardio Graham, and it analyzes, the data from your Fitbit using AI. It's an algorithm called deep art, and it looks for very specific conditions like a fib diabetes. Hypertension also can detect sleep apnea and if the Tech's something of concern you're actually going to get an alert now it's free for both iphones and Android smartphone. But if you want more than just the basic screening,.

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"cardio department" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"cardio department" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Time to determine your fate healthwise. That's pushed the clouds aside and get down to the nitty gritty of information. Thanks to our friend. Dr Ken krone house who's here once again from lake cardiology down in Florida to go through any number of items that he has researched this week. He's a big researcher. You actually told me once that you're doing sort of formal research with your patients at lake cardiology. And it was it. PCP or a couple of other things for which you presented papers at various gatherings about research at your own clinic. Right. Well, the cardiology world is finally discovering and realizing and accepting the existence of small vessels around the heart, which is very important part of the appropriate functioning of the heart, and these can cause a lot of symptoms that are very common problem, the big vessels. We all know about these tree trunks that sit on top of the heart. The number one cause of death in America when these things don't function properly, but there's also this microscopic Weber mesh that comes off these big tree trunks that go into the thickness of the heart, the so-called, small vessels or micro vessels, and these can have their problems. They don't relax and open and allow blood to flow or they can get their own blockages in them, and this small vessel heart disease is incredibly common. A lot of people think it's the earliest form of any. Coronary problem, and what happens is he gets symptoms of chest pain, shortness of breath, palpitations especially women get fatigue unexplained fatigue, and he'd do a stress test. There might be a little abnormality. Then you go look at the coronaries everything looks fine and three decades cardiologists, we're telling the patients year fine. There's no heart problem. But now we're much smarter. We know the existence of the small vessels and probably at least half the people who have a heart catheterization and had been told in the past everything's fine. It wasn't fine. Actually, you have small vessel heart disease and cardiologists were missing this for decades. And Finally, I think we're now recognizing this as a as a group and letting people know, so if you were told a decade ago or even five years ago, the you're having chest pain or breath, palpitations, especially women fatigue, and it's unexplained and you had a heart evaluation. And they said everything was okay. You may want to go get relooked at because he may have small vessel heart disease. You know, I don't have any of those symptoms. But you're so good and your system is so good that about what is it about ten years ago? You found some small irregularity using the technique that you have just discussed her digging around more to find out what may not present itself as a problem at the moment, but really digging in and seeing things, and you I remind, you know, I always say talk about what goes on with me because it makes great you have my permission to forget, hip and talk. Talk about me in terms of how people can learn from it you found what a couple of little micro vessels that weren't functioning properly. And that's when I started my four or five years on ECP. So you tell your story about how you found it. Well, we we did a stress test in you, and you had a small abnormality stress. This is like starting up the motor and you're looking at the function of the heart when you put the pedal down and go high gear, and you wanna make sure that the hearts functioning well in hike ear in in high gear comes he get on the treadmill? Many who've had a stress test on a treadmill? I went I think for fourteen minutes or something up to one and a half times. Whatever your what's the measure? I forget now with the numbers are. But it's something that's extreme to see what happens in your heart. When you're really pouring on the coal in essence, right, right? So and then you jump on the table the ultrasound is there and you stick around, and you can see pretty much everything in your heart. And so you saw what did you what did you see you're describing what's called an exercise stress echo where we do an ultrasound of the heart at rest, we're looking at the main pumping function of the heart at rest, which yours was normal. And then right after peak exercise, you had an area of your heart small area that wasn't contracting more vigorously after peak exercise, as it should if all the blood is flowing normally, and it turned out that this area that wasn't functioning as superbly as it should at peak exercise immediately phone peak excise was because of the small vessels these micro vessels. We looked at you big vessels. They were fine. It's not in the big vessels. It's in the small vessels. And we gave you some more small vessels by doing. This non invasive procedure called E C P which improve. Moves the blood flow to the heart. And we re studied you and you had normal stress tests. So we had improved the blood flow. And now, you had normal blood flow and everything was working. Well, and that seems to have been consistent because I stopped he a couple of years ago, and then my test last year, and I'll have another one this year. It showed that the thing had returned to grow around the old wedded. What's happening? It does stimulate new blood vessel development. You do that out in California. I did. Yes. Yup. Yup. Went to a place in California for I am four or five years in a row. I'd go over there every week sometimes more than that. I think was a twenty treatments. You're supposed to have the way the way it's usually done customarily at our office will prescribe thirty five one hour treatments. That's the initial dose. Most people will respond to about eighty five to ninety percent of people will respond with that dose of ee CPI, they'll improve in their symptoms, and then the stress tests also improve with better blood flow. So we have a measure besides the subject of measure, which is just the symptoms which everybody wants feel better. And that is important, and then we can objectively approve that the bluff is improving flow to your heart by looking at a follow up stress test, right? And that's what I think I had three series at least. Thirty five one each winter as I wanted to California go and try to get thirty five in over the course of the winter. And then I think it was three it was a course three of these at least, and you and you got your turbo back. Yeah. I do. And sometimes they call if I want to go back again, I don't know that'd be overkill wouldn't it bans? How you feel? You're feeling. Well, I think right now, I feel fine. All right. Let's talk about a bit of research that you did reading the journal circulation is always in the cardio department. Yoyo readings may signal what if you have cardio like when we say yoyo, readings are we talking about blood pressure? Are you talking about heart count? What are you talking about all of the above? This is in as he said circulation..

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"cardio department" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"cardio department" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"The specialty segment dodge is a registered trademark of FCA US LLC. Time to determine your fate healthwise. That's pushed the clouds aside and get down to the nitty gritty of information. Thanks to our friend. Dr came Cronos who's here once again from lake cardiology down d'oro, Florida to go through any number of items that he is researched this week. He's a big researcher. You actually told me once that you're doing sort of formal research with your patients at lake cardiology at it was it he CPI or there. I think there were a couple of other things for which you presented papers at various gatherings about research at your own clinic. Right. Well, the cardiology world is finally discovering and realizing accepting the existence of small vessels around the heart, which is very important part of the appropriate functioning of the heart, and these can cause a lot of symptoms that very common problem. The big. Vessels. We all know about these tree trunks that sit on top of the heart. The number one cause of death in America when these things don't function properly, but there's also this microscopic Weber mesh that comes off these big tree trunks. Go into the thickness of the heart, the so-called, small vessels or micro vessels, and these can have their problems. They don't relax an open and allow blood to flow or they can get their own blockages in them in this small vessel, heart disease is incredibly common. A lot of people think it's the earliest form of any coronary problem, and what happens is he gets symptoms of chest pain, shortness of breath, palpitations, especially women get fatigue unexplained fatigue and do a stress test. There might be a little abnormality. Then you go look at the coronaries. Everything looks fine. For decades cardiologists were telling the patients, you're fine. There's no heart problem. But now are much smarter. We know the existence of these small vessels and probably at least half the people. Who have a heart catheterization and were who have been told in the past everything's fine. It wasn't fine. Actually, you have small vessel heart disease and cardiologists were missing this for decades. And Finally, I think we're now recognizing this as a as a group and letting people know, so if you told a decade ago or even five years ago, the you're having chest pain or certain sue breath palpitations, especially women fatigue and its unexplained than you had a heart evaluation. And they said everything was okay. You may want to go get relooked at because you may have small vessel heart disease. You know? I don't have any of those symptoms. But you are so good and your system is so good that about was it about ten years ago. A you found some small irregularity using the technique that you've just discussed her digging around more to find out what may not present itself as a problem at the moment, but really digging in and seeing things, and you I don't mind, you know, I always say talk about what goes on with me because it makes a great you have my permission to forget hippo and talk and talk about me in terms of how people can learn from it you found what a couple of little micro vessels that weren't functioning properly. And that's when I started my four or five years on ECP help tell your story about how you found it. Well, we did a stress test in you, and you had a small abnormality stress. This is starting up the motor and you're looking at the function of the heart. When you put the pedal down and go high gear, and you wanna make sure that the hearts functioning well in hike ear and while that's in high gear comes again on the treadmill? Many. You've had a stress test on the treadmill? I went I think for fourteen minutes or something up to one and a half times. Whatever your what's the measure? I've forgotten our the members are, but it's something that's extreme to see what happens in your heart. When you're really poor and on the coal in essence, right, right? So and then you jump on the table the ultrasound is there, and you stick that around, and you can see pretty much everything in your heart. And so you saw what did what did you see here describing what's called an exercise stress echo where we do an ultrasound the heart at rest were looking at the main pumping function of the heart at rest, which yours was normal. And then right after peak exercise, you had an area of your heart small area that wasn't contracting more vig-. Seriously after peak exercise, as it should if all the blood is flowing normally in it turned out that this area that wasn't functioning as superbly as it should at peak exercise immediately following peak excise was because of the small vessels these micro vessels. We looked at your big vessels. They were fine. It's not in the big vessels. It's in the small vessels. And we gave you some more small vessels by doing. This non invasive procedure called E C P, which improves the blood flow to the heart. And we re studied you and you had normal stress tests. So we had improved the blood flow. And now, you had normal blood flow and everything was working. Well, and that seems to have been consistent because I stopped ECP a couple of years ago, and then my test last year, and I'll have another one this year. It showed that the thing had returned to grow Newcastle's around the old what was actually happening. Well, ECP does stimulate new blood vessel development. You do that out in California. I did. Yes. Yup. Yup. Went to a place in California for four or five years in a row. I'd go over there every week sometimes more than that. I think was twenty treatments is supposed to have the way the way it's it's usually done customarily in our office will prescribe a thirty five one hour treatments. That's the initial dose. Most people will respond that eighty five ninety percent of people will respond with that dose of E E C P, they'll improve in their symptoms in the stress has also improved with better blood flow. So we have objective measure besides the subject of measure, which is just the symptoms which everybody wants feel better. And that is important, and then we can objectively approved that the bluff is improving flow to your heart by looking at a. Followup stress test, right? And that's what I think I had three series at least thirty five one each winter as to California go and try to get thirty five in over the course of the winter. And then I think it was three it was a course of three of these at least, and you do and you got your turbo Beck. Yeah. I do. And sometimes they call them wanna know if I want to go back again, I don't know that'd be overkill. How you feel? You're feeling. Well, I think right now, I feel fine. All right. Let's talk about a bit of research that you did reading the journal circulation is always in the cardio department. Yoyo readings may signal what if you have cardio like when we say yoyo, readings are we talking about blood pressure? Are you talking about heart count? What are you talking about all of the above this isn't as he said circulation?.

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