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"carrick institute" Discussed on The Ready State

The Ready State

06:15 min | 10 months ago

"carrick institute" Discussed on The Ready State

"The gator roller the gator gator. My at my my grandfather was from. Floor Bama Right Pensacola Florida and he called the Gatiss Davis and you know we have seen the roller become a ubiquitous piece of equipment and. I think I won't start out as. To. They were like pool toys, foam noodles, and we're like. Hey, you put your leg on this. But what we found out is our friends at rumble roller did a great job of. Tripling utility quadrupling utility so one reason we love the gator so much. It's a little bit smart hammer and softer, which actually allows us to handle forces and do a little bit more interesting sheer. But the texture allows us to do something we even we coined scrubbing which we can restore those us. Your fashion connections of connected to bone. To Tendon and so there's a lot more we can get out of. Experience tides roll the muscle right so I love the gator. It's become sort of one of the standards that I think people which will. Start there start with the gator. I mean here's the deal. There's a reason why in every ready state video where there is a roller being used. It's the gator. There's a reason for that, and that's because it's our favorite roller out there. So if you're interested, go to the ready state DOT com slash rumble. The reds dot com slash rumble. Check it out. Dr Mike Nelson Known as Dr Mike is a researcher natick. Who Specializes in metabolic flexibility and heart rate variability? He is also an online trainer. Adjunct Professor Faculty member at the Carrick. Institute present her creator of the Flex Diet cert- kite border and somewhat incongruously a heavy metal enthusiast, the techniques he's developed, and the results might gets for his clients have been featured in international magazines, scientific publications and on websites across the globe. Dr Mike Thank. You so much for jumping on the PODCAST. Thank you both so much for having me here I'm super honored, so I want to start Mike by asking. You are or at least asking you to comment on the fact that I think you're basically the most highly educated and certified. Nutrition person basically on earth. So could you tell us a little bit about you know who you are from an educational background standpoint, and why you are so into learning and let me just add all piggyback on that. How did you end up just marrying yourself to this third rail of human? Exposure of nutrition because it's really it takes a special person to wait in here especially when you are so well educated. Yeah so the answer to that part I'll go into education after that is i. just sort of looked into it by studying metabolism and was kind of. A more of an idiot about it and just thought that Oh, we just kinda figure out the science, and you explain the science to people. Then we'll will solve all the discussions and arguments and as. Not True at all. I appreciate the naivety. In that like Oh this'll be. Yeah, it's. Definitely have days where I'm like. Why did I pick nutrition because it's? Is Very charged topic even more so now, and I think part of it is because. People can choose to exercise or not, but everyone kind of has to eat, so you're trying to get people to change behaviors and habits of something that there have to do all the time and then gets into. How do they feel about it? And then this person said that in this person said this and everyone's trying to sell something and. Yes so I like it, but yeah I do agree some days I'm like Maybe I should have done more exercise stuff. Well hopefully in this podcast season. We'll try to unpack a little bit of that. That's that's honestly our goal, but. I'm going to hold you to it. I have to know about your education motivation. I sorted out like probably most males going to college I'm like Oh, I'm a six foot three hundred fifty six pound. You'll shape rakes looking person. Maybe maybe I should do those lifting weights things I don't end up disappearing down the drain when I shower next time and I did my Undergrad a scholas- skin Duluth Minnesota did a bachelor of arts. Natural Science. I remember from my fired elective. I took a class on weight. Training was the first quarter I was there and I was all excited I'm like Oh, I'm gonNA. Learn exactly all the techniques and everything to do. This is gonNA. Be Great I was signed up for anatomy and physiology where we got to work with actual cadavers great. And, the coach for pe class comes in, and he takes attendance me looks at us, and he goes all right. All you people. You'RE GONNA. Learn how to lift weights and some of you. You need to lose some weight. And some of you. He points at me and goes all his ship. Some of you need to gain weight. I'm like okay, and then he literally disappeared the second day. I'm like you teach US anything. It was just you know. Check in and was a free gym whatever you want. So I, you know of course screwed everything up and turned everything into benchpress today, and was you know trying to get the ninety five pounds up and eventually got to the one thirty five weeks, but the forty five pound. Things on the bar and stuff so. but kept doing more physiology. I just thought it was interesting. But I didn't know what to do with it. When I was a kid I used to race these radio controlled cars and would tear everything apart in my parents house to not put it back together so like. Oh, you should go into engineering. Have this new thing now called biomedical engineering. But it was so new like HR departments didn't know what to do with you, so I ended up doing Basically mechanical engineering and looked at more a bio mechanics was area I worked in but I couldn't find funding for the project so at the end I ended up doing a master's in it. And went to the Center for Biomedical Engineering and worked on he transferred..

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"carrick institute" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

06:08 min | 10 months ago

"carrick institute" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"You know if anyone wants to look Camp Lejeune Marine. Base and they. They have A. Camp Lejeune North Carolina Yeah Yeah. Gosh I've been there. I did a triathlon there. I did an internship at Duke University, and so I did like every triathlon I could find in North Carolina and that time the water remember competing Camp Lejeune I'm sure I must of women it well from like nineteen, sixty five to nineteen, eighty five. It was just absolutely terrible. They had thirty up to thirty five hundred times the normal safety. Contamination? Limits on just a whole list of different toxins, radioactive material, and so forth, and so my mother was. During that period of time, and then my first two years of life, and I've always been a little challenged a lot of asthma and allergies and. You know eventually I was in put in. Basically learning disability classes, and this was in Hawaii right, so she grew up in why, so we moved out to Hawaii seven. My Dad was a marine. and. And live there all the way through college, and so it was an awesome place to grow up, but it wasn't so awesome to be in special education classes there because they they loo-. They lumped everybody either your normal, or you're like in these basically retard classes. And and so it was, it was challenging in a lot of ways as my my self esteem, you know it was a very difficult time getting getting through that and then. But it gave me a lot of Dr. you've got a. we have a mutual friend in in common Dan POMPA. Dr To Dan Yorke show. Besides helping me with with detox. His products are amazing. He's just a wonderful person as well and he and I share a lot of similarities with Special Education Dyslexia, and so forth, and and you know the pain purpose is just really rings for me. Yeah, that that's his catch. Rice paid the purpose. It is yeah, and you know I think we're all given these challenges in life you know and it's like it's all about how you how you deal with it, and then you know if we grow from it and we learned from it, and then we can. Move that forward and help other people you know and there's been a lot of challenges that I've had that have allowed me to you know learn how to overcome them and then help lots of other people with those challenges as well. The lyman mold was something that developed later on. Yeah. So that was in like two, thousand, seven, two, thousand, eight I, just got really sick, and I had no idea what was wrong with me, and it was, it was a double challenge, because I was I, was already practicing I had a clinic, and that people coming in from all over, and you know supposed to be the guy that had all the answers, but I was just sick, and I was going to all these different doctors and nobody. Really knew what I got diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis, because I had just severe joint pain. You know it was so bad that I remember sitting on a bench bench one time in watching somebody just walked by and it just like I didn't even know it was like to walk normally at that Taj so it was just so severe and and then I finally tested myself for lime, and I tested myself for a variety of viruses and my Epstein. Barr virus was. was just through the roof, and so I just had multiple infections, which is classic with people with line, because your immune system isn't functioning, so you just accumulate all these infections oh? Yeh, in who is something I've actually been setting up on recently because I've I've been shocked at the connection that the deeper into his rabbit hole. I go between AB sago virus, lime, mold, heavy metals and em ethics. Bolger like this whole issue. I don't know if you're electro hypersensitive. But those type of of co-infections. If that's what you want to call, them tend to be really aggravated by EMS exposures well well. You know there's some you know some ideas, the. Might make the violence a little bit more with the viruses. You know the EMF. There's different. Different things and with mole to same thing they've done. They've done some studies where they exposed mold to to emf exposure and they. They see that there's a much higher variance so. Yeah for people that are with health I. Think getting themselves out of you know Wifi and turning off your Wi fi router at night. I mean you've covered this and a lot of your pod. We've gone through that where staring at a dirty electronically filter right now the computer is plugged into and and that's. The whole thing is a topic for another day but I certainly think that you know specifically when you look at the voltage gated calcium channels on the cell and the steep influx of calcium that occurs and the impact that has on Mighty Qendra, overall cellular function. Then you pair that with an infection or heavy metal or lime or virus, and you're essentially debilitating the body's ability to be able to respond while at the same time weakening its defenses, so yeah, it's a it's an issue, but but we digress so you. You were sick with all these issues, but you also have this unique combination car, practic dock, and also a naturopathic physician. So, how did that all happen? Well originally. I graduated from chiropractic school and then started to you know. Get involved with functional neurology through the Carrick Institute and it's a very high level of. Doing specific types of adjustments and different neurological exercises in doing a lot of work with neuro plasticity. You know so a lot of patients that we treat with this technique were we're not doing as many adjustments as you would think you know it's. A lot of times people would come and watch these types of procedures and they wouldn't really recognize it as traditional chiropractic work. But when you're able to activate the brain and the very specific way. You can create some amazing changes. That can really balanced neurology.

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"carrick institute" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"carrick institute" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Sometimes I put a lot of times so you could put it in a save somebody's driving you sure I've got a buddy CIANCI pulled up in the head pan between the body in a row they'll take off or hit the brakes and things go in just blow big cloud of baby powder out you know it's all kinds of things and I the people's drinking too bad boy I'll tell you what those those those are fighting it's horrible I've had mainly because you arrive you don't trust now someone says the same thing with alone neck they sent me a long neck now if the cap is on it and yeah I've been popped I'll the lines we're talking Salt Shaker is the best thing you'd be at all out of the restaurant take the cap off in I could talk them into giving me around I don't know how they would just automatically just because you said North Carolina and you are and you said if I they didn't have the gift to Gab man almost everybody I know North Carolina's like a natural storyteller so maybe it was a nervous a little bit but it's like if you can talk your way anybody's room and you ain't had no problem talking to me and we hit it off from day one today but it seemed like a North Carolina's a full of good bs as Texas Yeah for sure it wasn't that I always nationally bullshit and do whatever you know when it came down so when they put this microphone in your face and they shoved at camera on you like not you know you didn't you're not used to it you're not used to being on that side of things I was in a mechanic side of it I was in the back I was behind the scenes Kinda and they started doing a little bit more with a Gaza stuff put him on camera because they kind of want you know feeling time and talk about the trucks as a lot of people are interested in it sexual got a little bit there I just never did a lot of yeah but to your point man yeah when you're just coming up being part of the crew and then upset Nagy the voice of the truck and someone sticks up microphone you festivals like man who was am I yeah so like I or to identify with the grave digger brand or that particular monster truck or find your voice and that's what it was ause like I've been a part of the greater team and doing this like I found my calling and what I'm doing so I could talk about everything bigotry Oh can hyphen up always say like I have punch lines that I do all the time that I made up because I wanted to be different from everybody so I'll catch phrases yeah like I'll on Madrid I'm afraid I'll make bracelets with my g name on their up what can you dig it on so I go and pre show with with with with reference to grave digger can you dig it right yeah reference to go now can you dig at Yucca but you can you dig apply applies to grave digging you're getting ready to go out there and dig copay I just worked in everybody liked it so I made I'd make bracelets you know the rubber band put can you dig it on it and then put Mogae on hand them off fans when we go do pre show idea and it's cool you can put your instagram handle on their twitter whatever though him out because you can get I think I was getting a thousand of them eight hundred dollars I was doing it myself but it helps out whether it does helps out it helps you you know you know bond with the crowd anytime you're in show business you're trying to bond with that crowd way especially in our business of wrestling you're trying to make him love your hate you Bob Santa Monster Drug I mean you want to be loved you won't be able to pay money to come or you want to get extra but it's like format mom so if you can go above and beyond on your own time just bother your 'cause I mean that's a wise Asmat Yeah you're not they're selling them is one thing but just hey man here's a person here's some love Yup here you go you want to follow me here we go bracelets you gotta somewhere and they love him I hand them out almost every weekend here's one for you switching gears what's life expectancy are of career of a monster truck person you know at driving because manual back in the day those guys were getting beat to shreds especially the because they were just while I drove on a minute four point on their you know the deal helmet monogamy was rugged and I wouldn't do nothing driving thing a senior truck you know I'm a gearhead heart as far as your seat and stuff in there and when you look at it the three sixteen trio you didn't have any head restraints you'd have nothing there was a bear seat yup so that takes a lot of toll on youtube like Dennis did it forever house he fella now he just he keeps rolling every day you know you have your days but the day you can't lay up and just get old and do you want to do it listen I wanna do it as long as I can as long as the let me the company was and as long as I can still get in the truck and go I want to do I know I can at least go fifteen years right now so this'll be my third season and I'd be happy with that I'll be having pretend how's it sport growing is growing every a single day it's something new every day Masha Jim is on top of the world right now you it's unbelievable what all is in the works just take it for the scouts lucky you yeah I I heard about this last week hey let's talk about Kawasaki deal because like right now I'm in Palm Desert Palm Springs whatever and it's the every couple of years there's a big dealers convention because I'm a brand ambassador I come down here and I check out all the latest greatest stuff and I represent the side-by-side division well this year Kawasaki came out with the brand new side bye sadness side-by-side everybody has been waiting for your sake fan because it's a new high-performance side by side model which I have a Kawasaki Tax and forever that was compared with the razor the exner and so I got but it didn't really belong there it was just kind of that middle of real rails and I love that thing but proof but it's not into the high speed stuff now here comes the Carrick Institute Eric's correct one thousand and we got a chance to go out there and drive it so how'd you get lumped into this I came out they asked me to come out to set the trucco do display deal and then when I got out here I was to come out here and be a part of this oh minuscule because men is I saw you said hey man or they must be like experimenting with the with the Monster Truck Guy's opinion is of this unit I mean a different genres or or things but nonetheless four wheel drive horsepower and adrenaline so how did you Ed how did you enjoy your experience out here and how did you enjoy the new Turks correct one thousand yeah the experience has been great out here Not Knowing what I was getting into coming out here there's people everywhere corporate people I mean want to say the president was here as well yeah it's been great it's been cool and the machine is awesome like I was happy that I got to ride it and I was happy that I got to give feedback even though I wasn't really supposed to be out here doing that go but from a guy like you you gotta like I'm GonNa I love riding and driving and I've been doing this for quite some time and I've been riding four wheelers and side by sides my entire life I don't speak the language I don't know the technical lingo like Jeremy McGrath is also faster you know Super Carlson greatest of all time when he gives us feedback at main some and watch those S. media of those two guys that were that were the drivers in that video which is premier I mean those guys can drive early rods off so I ain't got no feedback me Golf course yeah so when you went off course I was I was the only one I was like I was legitimately happy I it was cool you know everybody you know because he was already part of the Kawasaki he wasn't GonNa drive because most everybody you ride with a partner and then you'd swap and the other person would drive while I was riding the whole time like that now no push the limits that's why we're all right yeah and we did I had a blast I stayed in to withdraw most of the time and I were truck questions for you I want to ask you I won't talk about my good friend Deborah Micheli okay I'll do some alone blaze hall of Famer she's asked Deuce and so but let's talk about I wanted to real quick you gave the engine setup horsepower because you said fifteen hundred but what's the motor yeah the motor complete brand new ones fifty thousand dollars and fifty four trucks every truck has a motor than every truck has a spare so dollars.

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"carrick institute" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"carrick institute" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And what do you want them to think about i want them to know that you can better protect your brain through vision training through increasing your spatial awareness peripherals i'm actually going to implement that i've made a partnership with the carrick institute and dr clark who implements that sort of vision training with the university of cincinnati ohio and and he has some really amazing anecdotes and some really amazing research that backs his his findings up and and what that does just think of it think of vision training like working your bicep you work your bicep you do bicep curls your bicep gets bigger so with vision training your brain is softball with without vision training your brain is the size of a golf ball now concussions aren't preventable and especially in the game of hockey they're just they're going to happen the worst type of concussion that you can get is the one you don't see coming if you're working out your brain and you have this vision training then you don't have a golf ball rattling around in your head do you have a softball so that's how this vision training can help protect kids and it's just really really exciting you know i've done research for three and a half years now and i didn't open my mouth for three years and i i had to start talking about this and i have to speak honestly about this every single day because i still see my friends being treated the wrong way in the nhl you know they they get hit in the head they're suffering from post can custom symptoms and they they keep injecting their neck they they won't even say the word head and i just can't stand by like in my career when i saw injustice when i saw somebody getting picked on i would go out and i would protect i would protect my teammate and.

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"carrick institute" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"carrick institute" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And your wire to and been taught to fight through everything and then not tell anybody what you're dealing with but it seems to me i would argue that it's braver to say that something is wrong and that's exactly what you did what was that process like to start telling people initially that something wasn't right it's free and every day that's that's how i lead my life i speak transparently i speak honestly about the things that have gone through so hopefully enact change number one and then help other people and the video that i did with the player's tribune has seven point five million views in fifteen days and the nhl nhl tsn in the nhl network nobody's pick that up and so what that tells me is is that there's there's a need for this type of understanding for posting custom symptoms and people are wondering why these high operating people are coming back veterans firefighters police officers why they're coming into i call it the real world and an acting out of character doing things where you shake your head guys getting in their car driving drunk making bad decisions and what they need need to understand is that parts of your brain or shutdown right your frontal lobe your lower right cortex decision making parts of your brain are are not working properly and you need to identify those parts of the brain and then stimulate them and get them working again and make new neurological pathways and and then you'll feel like you're like you're sixteen again i really i was wondering if i was ever gonna feel like myself again like i was sixteen before i drove to sarnia ontario before i started playing junior hockey and i do thank gosh for that clinic genuine car so is my guest you know to that point about how the nhl is not picking up on that video despite those views have the nhl in the nhl pa done enough to protect and educate their players no not at all they do zero to educate during training camp there's a mandatory substance abuse meeting so they tell you the effects of marijuana or other drugs on your brand but never once in nine years that i hear anything about the risks of not only head trauma but the risks of repetitive head trauma daniel heard a lot of nhl players over the course of the last thirty years talk about what it means to get their name on the cup you've got your name on the cup twice you said quote you can take my name off the stanley cup twice over i can't live like that anymore and quote it's amazingly powerful thing to say what makes you say that in what was it like getting to that point i said that so you can take my name off the cup because to be honest with you i just i would love another conversation with my friend with steve monitor and that's the reason i said that and i don't love the nhl i've said this as well i love the game of hockey and i just i don't understand their position i do understand their position it's about money and but it's a three prong attack like what i'm trying to advocate for is proper understanding diagnosis and care for traumatic brain injury it'll be better number one for the human beings for the athletes because they don't leave the sport with a chemical imbalance and do and wonder and suffer you know through something that they just don't understand number two it's good for the fans because you get an optimized athlete hand eye coordination off the charts sidney crosby this year knocking pucks out of the out of mid areas the only one doing it well it's because he's doing vision training from the carrick institute and then number three it's good for the owners because you have an athlete is less prone to injury and less man games law so everybody wins all right so there are kids who play hockey who are listening right now their parents of kids who play hockey who are listening right now what do you want them to know.

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