17 Burst results for "Chris Hoy"
"chris hoy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Of storms. And it's still. It's still going strong. I think what the big the biggest problem it faces now is more structural than than political Amount as japan is a shrinking and aging population so in order to survive and prosper for another seventy years japan. That's gary note you'd say has to broaden its appeal and it's tried to do that reintroducing women's keirin in two thousand twelve unfortunately it's called ghost karen which really like but that's what we're saddled with. A part of. The problem was yeah. Women competed in care and right from day. One in they managed to have a women's race back in corkery. Nineteen forty eight not because there were lots of women cyclists around but because they thought it would be good for this full so they ended up. I think it kind of went round the post office in the local municipal government offices and ask young young women. Would you like to ride a bicycle week on saturday and enough of them said yes for. It's happened so when we and then the women's fault became really competitive until it wasn't competitive and it was was phased out in the nineteen sixties. Because it wasn't what gambling on man it was resurrected but it was you know all of the the marketing around Women's care and i think his is slightly well slightly. It's out of date. You know these. These professional women athletes who are cool goals in his uniform is pink and i just think that The authorities needs to look at the women's for a bit more seriously. And i think the other way that it can really do itself a favor in terms of. It's the way it operates for the next ten twenty fifty. Seven z is is to look outside japan's become more international so inviting a dozen men and women from the national circuit to compete a few months. A year is fine but it's not enough. They're not allowed to compete. So you could be joe truman. Who's on the british track cycling team. He can't compete against the benign elites riders in japan needed. Can shane perkins. Neither could chris hoy when he was here and i think one of the reasons is that the japanese authorities are worried that their best men and women will be shown up. Well what better way to improve the domestic sport. That's half them competing against the world's best best riders. And i think it needs to expand internationally in another sense a let's catering leagues sets up. In other countries. South korea was the only other country in the world with professional care in caving league. It'd be great if that could happen. Elsewhere be great. If i want to encourage gambling but if it was possible to get involved on that side of things in even if you're outside of japan i think that would also benefit the sports and it should again going back to what i was saying about shine perkins earlier if it was possible to to to allow foreign riders to spend more than a couple of months year for them to go they go to the current school for ten days or two weeks to learn the basics But they don't they obviously can't spend eleven months leading every single thing about in gambling laws and all the rest of it if it was possible to internationalize the the whole process of becoming a keurig professional. And you had you regularly had british chinese korean And other year. European ride is taking part in on the japanese carried circuit. Then it'll be it started would be higher and it would be so much more interesting. It would generate interest overseas and it would do a lot so i think to to secure cairns long-term future but i don't see any sign of anything quite that dramatic happening at the moment. You look at you. Look at what teams are doing to. Innovate and united. Have in riders do gravel events and taking part alternative cycling events. Imagine if if education nip oh you know had to riders. Come over and actually. It's quite nice marriage that you know do care and you know and tell the story of it in their social media and stuff like that and suddenly you know everyone's benefit in my final question. I guess is imagine a world right. This is this is. This is an experiment. Imagine a world where you can actually travel freely and go-to plexus right. So what my hair they hear this and think this sounds of gawker and indulge this. I'm gonna go japan. I'm going to go and see some carey in what you saw. You start by reading my book recommend that yet. Yup i would say That's it start in tokyo because that's where if you're in tokyo you within reasonable travelling distance of several great velodromes because they base their usually located in the outskirts of big cities rather than you know in the city centre so it got to stay in tokyo. Dual the fantastic things you can do in tokyo anyway. And then make time to go to. Karen meets a geek a. Ko kaku go. He could go. South kawasaki inherits hookah. Can go to touchy cow. Which is one of the oldest and most famous velodromes. You could do all of that and you can be safe in the knowledge that there is a keirin race on somewhere in japan pretty much every day of the year so there's not a season it just runs throughout the year an and this is a race somewhere one or more of the the forty or so velodromes so start there. The k- that japan keirin association website. Which is not fantastic. But a real mine of information does actually have a an english language. Pdf on on catering basics so at what what the rules are what abetting ticket looks like accounts affiliate in abetting ticket out to read the most sure if it goes into much detail on how to read the foam but just go take a few hundred yen. Have a beer. Have some yacky tori. You know if that's if that's what you wanna do better little bit of money and if you lose. It doesn't matter if he went. Well that's a little bonus you could buy yourself another beer and go go with friends. Because even though velodromes here rightly have a reputation for not being particularly welcoming places. I don't think they're very they other thing. They go anywhere near far enough to to welcome Young people and women. I mean there are at women's toilets in velodromes. These days there was. There was a time when that wasn't even the case. But i i think they could do a lot to make to make urban or suburban velodromes more welcoming but well i think people will find is wants support through the gate and to get a you pay either fifty yen. Which is a few pence or pay nothing. So it's not inexpensive day out if you don't if you don't wanna bet once you go through the turnstiles and Either you you you see the track and you see the guys come out and bow in colorful jerseys and the pace comes round starting gun fires and they and they get underway then. If you're anything like me you'll be immediately hooked and you'll be among friends if you speak the language or not just the fact that you're Taking an interest is enough for most people. And i think you know a rain holiday. Well if you've got the money to get to japan pandemics permitting than and if you're into cycling a really think of anything better lizzy staying in japan The track events at recording. The truck events are pretty much just about to stall. 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"chris hoy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Would you like to ride a bicycle week on saturday and enough of them said yes for. It's happened so when we and then the women's fault became really competitive until it wasn't competitive and it was was phased out in the nineteen sixties. Because it wasn't what gambling on man it was resurrected but it was you know all of the the marketing around Women's care and i think his is slightly well slightly. It's out of date. You know these. These professional women athletes who are cool goals in his uniform is pink and i just think that The thirties needs to look at the women's for a bit more seriously. And i think the other way that it can really do itself a favor. In terms of it's the way it operates for the next ten twenty fifty. Seven z is is to look outside japan's become more international so inviting a dozen men and women from the national circuit to compete a few months. A year is fine but it's not enough. They're not allowed to compete. So you could be. Joe truman who's on the british track cycling team. He can't compete against the benign elites riders in japan needed. Can shane perkins. Neither could chris hoy when he was here and i think one of the reasons is that the japanese authorities are worried that their best men and women will be shown up. Well what better way to improve the domestic sport. That's have them competing against the world's best best riders. And i think it needs to expand internationally in another sense a let's catering leagues sets up. In other countries. South korea was the only other country in the world with professional care in caving. League be great if that could happen elsewhere. Be great if i want to encourage gambling but if it was possible to get involved on that side of things in even if you're outside of japan i think that would also benefit the sports and it should again going back to you. It's what i was saying about shine perkins earlier if it was possible to meet to To allow foreign riders to spend more than a couple of months year for them to go they go to the current school for. I think ten days or two weeks to learn the basics But they don't they obviously can't spend eleven months leading every single thing about in gambling laws and all the rest of it if it was possible to internationalize the the whole process of becoming a keurig professional. And you had you regularly had british chinese korean And other year. European ride is taking part in on the japanese carried circuit. Then it'll be it started would be higher and it would be so much more interesting. It would generate interest overseas and it would do a lot so i think to to secure cairns long-term future but i don't see any sign of anything quite that dramatic happening at the moment. You look at you. Look at what teams are doing to. Innovate and united. Have in riders do gravel events and taking part alternative cycling events. Imagine if if education nip oh you know had to riders. Come over and actually. It's quite nice marriage that you know do care and you know and tell the story of it in their social media and stuff like that and suddenly you know everyone's benefit in my final question. I guess is imagine a world right. This is this is. This is an experiment. Imagine a world where you can actually travel freely and go plexus right so what my hair they hear this and think this sounds of gawker and indulge this. I'm gonna go japan. I'm going to go and see some in what you saw. You start by reading my book. They recommend that yet. Yep.
"chris hoy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Sis cpi twenty five s. I s cpi twenty five. I'm it's interesting talking about someone in our thirties or forties from another sport coming to tha would attract someone to this ball. Is it just a chance to just earn. Regular money is that is that. Is that the basic attraction in some cases. Yes i read the other day. The japanese sports newspaper was reporting on the on. Shane perkins retirement from international track cycling. And it didn't say anything about his feature but shane has been a regular fixture in japan for many years. He's really well liked. He's been very successful. He's a great professional keirin cyclists as well as Ucla cyclists and. I wouldn't be surprised. If the twilight of his career he tried to come back and perhaps find a way of becoming a regular professional head the only the only obstacle there is no nationality a requirement. But you obviously need to do your eleven months training and jewish it and all the rest of the in in japanese which is which is a problem. Which is a problem if if if you're not japanese basically but there might be. I mean one thing that i would suggest a lot of other people have suggested. Is that the the barriers to becoming a professional law relaxed. A little bit to allow the sports become more international. But yes i think if you if if you japanese join you become a pro a young age probably looking to to go up through the rags from etudes et one from s tutu to s one and eventually to become you know the. It's unfortunate that they called ss riders. But that's the name of the the top nine mile ride is are the elites and those are the guys that compete in the grand prix but then again yet you may have people who don't want to give up professional sports but the past peak in in in the international circuit and think. Well you know. I could if i get into care and i will be writing professionally with people who are of a similar ability with hence the rankings so it might be a way to stay fit to stay in the sport i love and to earn money. One doing it so the very first one of the first women to become a professional after the women's sport was resurrected back in two thousand twelve was Miyoko takamatsu achievement cheetah. She was a great road cyclist on the domestic circuit but she was a schoolteacher. And i think she was forty nine when she when she entered the japan keirin school at. She told me when i met for an incident. She was treated exactly the same as the the women who are eighteen. Oh left senior. High school i see i am. I didn't know that about the foreign. Riders often take part. So we said. Chris hoy i've forgotten. They said there was a british writer recently. Spent some time. Truman who go yes. He's on the british track cycling team. I got to know him fairly well. He was so they get their invited. They they have a license that allows them to compete for several months over the course of two years so a lot of them come sort of may june july. Then go home and then come back. The following may june july. Say do three months a year. Some of them are really successful job. Truman did very well. I don't think chris hoy state for as long as several months. I think his professional career was was fatty short-lived but obviously given what he did after he went back to the uk and saudi winning olympic medals. I when i met him a couple of summers ago when he was making a bbc. Documentary about caring. We went to velodrome to watch joe. Joe truman racing actually and of course all of the japanese riders recognized chris. Oy and they were getting into sign their jerseys bits of paper. The suttles on their bikes was absolute antonio adulation Because of eight achieved on the on the international circuit. Well i've got. I've decided my son's bike so what you do is an interesting just this. This is quite a eurocentric of a viewpoint and so the next question is really. How does success in japan translates international failed. I mean we don't see many of japanese sprinters coming over to ride in the european panitan we don't see japan dominate in the olympics. Side of the spol- so is there. Is there a progression. And how does it work. Well the short answer is no but but that's changing so in the past. We think about koichi nakano who want to what was his Seven eight twelve championship sprint championship. Titles in a row he was was a rarity at not just in the sense that he was such a fantastic cyclist but also that he was a professional cyclist in wanted to compete internationally improve himself on the international socket. And but to do that. 'cause he you have to take time away from domestic karen and go through the qualifying and and travel abroad and he was willing to do that but not. Many cyclists have been as keen on making that sacrifice since which is a real shame. I mean there's been occasional medalists in international cycling involving japanese riders over the decades. But nothing to get too excited about. But i think with with the arrival of a coupla foreign coaches at the in school in the last few years Benoit vetu form of french cyclists and jason niblett form australian cyclist now coaching in high performance. Division at the care in school and are also the trap japan national track. Cycling coaches things are beginning to change and the principle of the karen school muscle mitsotakis. Our who was one of koichi nakano's great rivals he's also open to open to change so they're they're introducing different training methods with focus on diets entering more international competition so they're encouraging professional keirin riders to take that leap that they haven't really been willing to do an up until now and get involved in the international keirin and track cycling competitions as well. So i think i'm not sure if any of the japanese writers are good enough to win a in medal to the tokyo olympics. If if they go ahead But they could possibly get medals in other in other events and if one of them either a man or woman we're talking about Co kobayashi one of one of the women.
"chris hoy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Dot com forward slash play with the prime coach cycling and we'll put the information in the show notes. Well let's go to somewhere where we know. It's very hot now. Let's go over to japan. So i'm going to hand out from justin mccurry like i said he is the guardians. Japan correspondent and he is the author of the book war on wheels. Which is all about Kirin racing in japan and culture. One of these really what he wants to do. This is because. I had an njs frame in my ebay car so many times. I've never pressed what i mean. I've just come so close. There's such beautiful bikes. I just love him. Yeah what makes a genoa. Like i will get to talk about because i see in your chapter on the different makers and stuff really interested me and just go for the colors the nicest patterns really but they're all within being on jazz all essentially the supposedly the same bike art and really more or less with a few sort of excuse with few embellishments depending on who the bike. Builder is but generally. We mentioned the color. A lot of people decide decide which bites arrived based on the color. I know a guy likes with gold lama on it and then there are other guys. There are others. Ages prefer white or up plain black frame or they just said you could just tell you something in the background. That strange to. I think he's gone now that you can explain that to five. Pm every day This jingle that comes out over loudspeakers throughout the the war. Dial of tokyo. The i live in and it sort of a reminder that it's five o'clock but i don't think it means i don't think it means anything much more than i certainly not like down tools and go home or anything like that but perhaps for kids to get off the streets and go go home and and that sort of thing but five o'clock every single day of the week. So how long have you been in japan. Because i'm already. I've been speaking to you for a minute and i'm already baffled by something japanese. How long have you been in in japan and all you still constantly baffled by stuff. Yeah while being here. Long time i came here in the early nineties. Teach english like a lot of people which i did for about four years and then i went back to the uk for about a year and a half to the master's degree the school of oriental and african studies. And then my wife. And i spent a bit of time in london. Decided we quite. Let's go back to japan. So he came back lifting osaka and tokyo osaka down in In western japan for while Job with a local english language newspaper just as a copy it's really And then two thousand four. I adopted freelance jobs for the guardian. But i got the the full-time correspondents job. So it's yeah it's getting on for what seventeen eighteen years now at the guardian. I'm still baffled. Perhaps less than i was because i speak the language in read it and obviously with every new experience he kind of land lesson than you know what to expect The next time round but cancer. I still find it fascinating. Yeah that never. That never was off. Don't think and i think a lot of people who've been here longer than i feel the same way and you feel so you've clearly got a lot of japanese coach cycling. That always been a part of your life or is that some came to while you in japan because japan since i was in my early twenties. I suppose it's a bit of both. I mean i you know. I think i mentioned my rally commander in the book somewhere which which. I had an offense to chopper owners. I would have enjoyed riding around on a chopper as well. But some yeah. I always wrote bicycles as soon as i came to japan. I remember. I got my first pay packet on account. Remember what it was. It was a much But i had the the rents my my boss who's also my landlord so he took the rental And i remember spending quite a lots of what was left on a mountain bike Giants and my co worker. Time another british blood capable amounting bike as well and yet we spend days off going on long rides. One one winter we managed to. I think we cycled down. Couple prefecture's or counties just after the new year holidays which is a huge mistake. Because we weren't we weren't kicked it out for it. We're writing operated mountain bikes sleeping in paddy fields. Getting very cold and very wet and eating of hot hot bowls of of noodles. But yeah i mean. I ride the bike every day and then i suppose a few years ago started getting a bit more serious about it so i'd got. I got to cross bike road bike. And now i've got caring bike with breaks so it's not illegal or dangerous for me to ride around my neighborhood so i've i've got a collection now and it's become a slow as older and i know this happens to a lot of people. It's become a much much bigger parts of my life and obviously researching. The in book opened up a whole new world of track cycling. I really didn't know that much about before. Well i mean i'm already. I'm hearing the way he pronounced. Karen you'll do it properly. Get some notes on how to say it properly short. You're you're not saying that incorrectly either. So i'll so very quick explanation. If you're talking about the japanese version that began seventy three years ago. You've got to kenji. Chinese base characters k. Which kind of me can mean Battle competition and then. Then r i n in if you'll romanizing it which means wheel so hence the title of the book really. There's a bit of autistic licensed there but what war on wheels in since it became uci spoil made its debut at the olympics. Back in two thousand. I don't know what happened. But over the years i suppose when people were trying to pronounce the original that just got was adapted over time. And the you know the anglophone pronunciation now is caring which actually sounds like the japanese kirin which means giraffe. But i think. I think most people would forgive you for that. So it's actually quite useful to divide the two you've got japanese catering and international caring partly because they quite different sports. Well actually. That was my first question. I thought we you know most of us know the olympic care in which involves a man on a day and a five rides. I think is behind him. And then chris hoy wins and the japanese version is he actually spent some time independent. He didn't riding the japanese. The japanese version is very similar. But it's also very very different so talk through the way. The japanese version works. Yes as you mentioned with the international version. You've got the the motorized dernie for a star to nothing. Six in an average rate six riders behind very strict rules about staying behind the wheel. No no no physical contact Two hundred and fifty meets velodromes very steep banks and then look at you look at japanese cave-in and it looks very different. You have nine in an this is an average race. It can differ from from one event to the next but a typical race involves nine writers. This is the man behind attorney. But it's actually another k. writer he's ending a bit of pocket money and he writes an ordinary bicycle so he's only really distinguish by his by his jersey and helmet and they right. They don't ride on two hundred and fifty meter velodromes they are. What sort of forty. Three forty four velodromes in japan. They range from three three three quite a few four hundred and three or four. I think five hundred a velodromes. Most of them are outdoors so that but that's the only difference when she wants to race star. See that they cover much longer distances than they would in a in an olympic Kieran race and i think it's fair to say that they're giving a bit more license to intimidate their opponents than than you would. In the event so quite often you'll see shoulder barging quite aggressive blocking there are records illegal maneuvers but quite aggressive blocking headbutting. A lot of headbutting hence the big helmets and crushing. I mean nobody wants to see right. Has come off their bikes. They get badly injured. A handful of people have died over the over the decades after having particularly horrific crashes. You don't wanna see him getting good people who bet money on those racists. Don't wanna see their writer fall because you know that that is absolutely hopeless if that happens but it's not unusual if you watch say what you hold an entire day's keirin racing beats eleven or twelve races day. It'd be very unusual if he wants to all twelve and wasn't at least one crash and you that.
"chris hoy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"For success. Run some brand professional cyclist with team. Novo nordisk at the worlds first all diabetes professional cycling team twenty twenty. One is a huge Yeah fourteen gets the hundred year of the discovery of insulin. Obviously this year is a massive step towards the whole diabetes community around the world and we want to show what's possible with diabetes coming into the back end of the season. Now we've got tour of denmark and a main sponsor never notice danish show. That's a huge goal. Rose hadn't into twenty twenty. Two is is another huge air and we hope to capitalize on that for me personally in twenty twenty two we actually have the commonwealth games again so i hope be selected for the olive mon- for that for that race. You know we've got a huge wealth of talent cavendish mark christian whilst i represent the isle of man. I'm representing myself team. Novo nordisk and the whole diabetes community whilst they do that and then every single one of team novo nordisk wants to win. We want to win together. We want to do the best for each other for ourselves for the team. And for the whole diabetes community around the world. And that's what we show day inundate when we got on the bike we race to inspire educate empower everyone around the world affected by diabetes. And we hope that we can continue that through the rest of two twenty twenty one and throughout twenty twenty two. I headed to calendar. She's adopted home county of essex to interview him for a chapter of the cycling theology that ended up being called zen and the art of grandeur. Sprinting he suggested we meet a little bistro. He knew there early and waited. He arrived in a very small sky-blue jagua car and after each sat down. And we'd said hello. I took a challenge with a gentle junk nice. Colorado said is not team sky. Blue it french racing blue. He said which just the beginning of a snarl on his lips a snarl. I managed to defuse with a broad smile so he knew i was pulling his leg. We did something to eight. I chose the white bank which was served in a small flowerpot which he found amusing. I wanted to try to unpick the bunch sprint from the inside to learn about the chaos and choreography. The speed both of wheels and decision. Making the thing about speaking to kevin dish about this sort of thing is that only really have to do is lead him out and he's off plant an idea then pull over and watch him hit top speed. He started talking about his own physiology. Put me on regan the lab and he probably wouldn't even call me. Sprint tastes teams. Guys coach tim harrison told him during the twenty twelve tool. I find it harder to understand how you can finish the tool then do understanding how bradley wiggins can win it. Kevin talked about the makeup of the muscles. The perfect balance between fast and slow twitch muscle fibers slow twitch muscles contract slowly but can keep going for a long time so they could for endurance fast twitch muscles contract quickly they away the speed comes from but they also tire quickly having the balance between the two it. What makes kevin dish athlete. He is endeared. Cycling anaerobic says ninety percent of the road cyclists condu- the muscle damage track sprinters. Do track sprint. Chris hoy goes so deep so arabic that they destroy they muscles but they can't suffer for a long time like a road cyclist track sprinting. Pain road cycling is suffering being a road sprint. Suffering i but still being able to inflict pain on yourself at the end. People think that we lazy that we don't do a stroke of work into the last two hundred meters but we have to get their first. Then be able to out fifteen hundred watts. Whatever alex dowsett. Who's lead out man from obvious star now. Says he finishes his lead out and he's absolutely finished he said i can't understand how you manage to sprint off to that. The thing is we're tired but we can still find that acceleration when it matters. Perhaps it's all the talk about muscles twitching or maybe it's a salty white bank but while kevin dishes stood in full flow. I fail. And i'm mistake Pain in the back of my cough without even thinking about it. I'll give a little yelp and leap out of my seat sending my chair toppling backwards a. You okay off. Kevin dish cramp. Yes yes. I wouldn't put before mumbling rather pathetically something about it being a warm day an explaining. Ibm for three hour bike. Ride that morning when he stopped laughing. He says. Point your toes a need your muscle with your thumbs hurts. But it stops to cramp here and the lesson on muscles a later. The two thousand fourteen tour started in harrogate his mum's hometown somewhere combination. You well from child had holidays with twenty. Five states wins to his name by now. Join the third on your time list with andre luke. There was nevertheless a big hole in his list of achievements. Cavendish would yet to pull on the my joan where better to do it than on british roads. On the opening day of the tour de france. it was a chapter written in advance. Us ragged behind. They realize cancel. Our mayor of to the surprise is often five hundred. Cavernous go to comedies. Too far down here. Cancel all is not gonna make it get let out by deg all been a crash is gone down. The line took whales at the breakaway. Goes clear now. And he's gonna be the second catholic challenge. Cates tried to go for the line here. It's gonna be a desperately close but it's gonna be the same as last year. Baugh sell kindle takes victory on the line on a gain as a result as a crash and that is a terrible scene for us on the road to your wheels mark in all sorts of trouble when it should have been a day of glory for. That's so sad. There was the tuck to his elbows. Cavernous leaning on simon gerrans and then the earth gave away and they both went down on the floor. No i think the first thing to specifies marxism. He's admitted he made a mistake. Today went for gap. That wasn't there. And he's he's code or it's gonna cool guarantees to apologize. He is number of rental. But i don't really see it as as being the problem tonight. I think it has been a bit of a recurring theme marks created when he has been struggling and bothered accounts. He seemed very very good form. But when i say struggling. I mean i'm when he's under pressure and he's the under pressure at the moment. East anyhow something to prove consensus seems to be the capital has the edge on him now so when he sort of straining I've always felt that he's more liable to take risks sometimes irresponsible race the example. That always come on these. The period in two thousand ten just before the toyota franz particularly toured switzerland where he comes involved in sort of infamous crush with heinrich. How slow and that to me. That year was symptomatic of martin. Not being in particularly good form really struggling to find his best. And you know. I've always thought that the day that the mob becomes a really a good lose is day. He'll start losing his edge. And an and part of it is about refusing to lose. And you know. And.
"chris hoy" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
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"chris hoy" Discussed on Youth Ministry Maverick: Mold-Breaking NextGen Investment
"So when that happens you, you've already thought out what your warm hand off kind of thing could be council to therapist or somebody and you've already kind of worked with that built those relationships, and that takes some work I get it because not everybody's paid I've been unpaid positions myself in. So you're trying to balance a job and all that but but what this does is this this extra work ahead of time will save save you work in the long run and Save. You from doing harm and situation in the long run. So it it it's important work like I said, changing the attitudes from what's wrong with this kid to what's happened. From I get a fixed to walk with those things and then some resources. Do a little bit of a plug here. From thing I have a e book. It's free e book on my website called the four hours of trauman for ministry and it takes the. SAMSA SUBSTANCE ABUSE? Mental Health. Services Administration. They they have some guidelines in what's trauma informed in what makes an organization trauma In one of the things is the four hours and so I've broken nose down into what those look like in. Ministry and did a short little e book. It's really accessible in a quick read. Hopefully, I tried to make it easy as possible. But if you go to my website PR war, Dot Com. Slash. Tim The IM trauman for. Ministry. That's a takes you to a place where you can download that book. So that's that's a resource Another good resource is a a curriculum. It's like a six week curriculum for maybe Sunday schools or for like if you have volunteers or something. It was done by Chris Hoy who's a chaplain at a facility like minded in Montana it's called Bruce. Breed sorry. Bruised reads. Smoldering. Wicks. And, you can get it online on Amazon I think. It's not very expensive So that's a good resource you can look for. And I would connect with mental health professionals in your area. and find out what kind of resources physical resources are available mackin recommend books and list books in that kind of thing. But what kind of tangible resources are available in your area and How can year ministry tap into those and access those and Nestles? That's going to be different for every community. Because every community's needs a little bit different You know if you live in suburban. A suburban neighborhood, and maybe there's not a lot of gang activity and says. The violent trauma type things aren't which you need to be focusing on more whereas if you're indifferent community that might be instead the resources that your community has different. So I would really spend that time investing in and building this community relationships. Very. Cool Man. Yeah. Very cool and I will include your website link in those resources that you just listed in the show notes. So if you're listening, you can grab those on my homepage and those will be helpful. I will definitely look into those myself because trauma anything in the mental emotional realm for students. Today is super valuable and critical if you're in youth ministry absolutely. Paul thank you again for joining me today You're welcome back anytime praying for you as you continue to help the struggling and brokenhearted with the training staff and resources around you at the root of it all love sourced from the incredible hope we have in Jesus Christ. Paul thank, you. That concludes today's episode. Thanks again to Paul for joining me I encourage you to head to his website and check out his e book and other resources he mentioned those are listed in the show notes. If, you haven't already please like and subscribe to this podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. And please rate our podcast. You can do that by going to rate my podcast dot com slash Y M M. we are getting some Youth Ministry Mavericks Swag that I'll be sending out people with promotions on rating, my podcast, and getting other people to follow them and sharing the episodes I, enjoy hearing from my listeners and that's actually how I connected with. Paul. So if you have any questions about what you're hearing on the podcast or some ideas on what you would like to hear, please reach out to me and let me know. I encourage you to share this episode with those who work with students in ministry or teenagers in general because we all experienced trauma in for guiding others, we need to be able to help them in ways that are good and solid and not just well-intentioned. Thanks again for listening and until next time audios..
"chris hoy" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Heading from the guy the brewers got from the Toronto Blue Jays in exchange for chase Anderson you can see the power and why the brewers like him so much at dinner type things in the eight Alexander Palma forced a walk off walk in the night the brewer is going to be the angels two to one the crew improved to two ends one in cactus league play they're gonna host the Seattle Mariners at American family fields of Phoenix this afternoon first pitch is set for two oh five in college hoops market dropped out of the AP top twenty five yesterday after a pair of losses last week the golden eagles are back home tomorrow night who is hosting the Georgetown Hoyas Wisconsin is off until Thursday that's when they're going to visit nineteenth ranked Michigan for what it's worth though both Marquette and Wisconsin did receive top twenty five votes this week so a couple of wins for both of those programs could lend them back in the rankings as early as next week and finally Kobe and Gianna Bryant were honored at a memorial service at staples center in Los Angeles yesterday afternoon it was emotional for a variety of different reasons many many people spoke but it yielded some funny moments as well here's Kobe's longtime teammate Shaquille o'neal degree program I was very close because the complainant shekel was not personable so don't talk to a circle does no harm to you and go visit our mobile there's a million of one story from Schachter energy speaks volumes about the competitor that Kobe was in that there was some legitimacy G. discover those critiques of Kobe's game at that point is clear that you didn't want to pass the ball that you would shoot first and I I think stories like that almost all add to the legend of Kobe Bryant right because we wanted to believe some of those things about his greatness and even some of the selfish nature of his game and then Jack affirms of that with a funny story yesterday at the at the celebration of life in LA a true celebration it was back to the box Khris Middleton last night doing the job in overtime and there's the stock around the league this this misperception that it's the box just be honest and that's it because it's so far from the truth but that's the east and west coast maybe that the really doesn't put eyes on this team the right see the scores they see the standings but they don't watch the box on a nightly basis where you see what a what a confluence of talent this is its Jana's it's Middleton it's played so it's the the Lopez brothers it's it's everybody on that team that melts to the point where I was talking to somebody yesterday it's an embarrassment of riches it it's hard to keep everybody involved yeah I did a a radio interview in Kansas city yesterday and asked me about the box and what they can improve upon in the last twenty five twenty six games of the season and I said you know what they're they're in a great spot being the most dominant team in basketball in being able to play the underdog card because nobody else in the league respects himself they're just going to keep putting in work and as they have all season keep improving and all ended with this gene five four three two one in a playoff game who you want taking a shot right now Yanis or Chris hoy that's a tough one depends on where the shot is I mean in the paint give me honest give me outside and it's got to be deuces it's good to have options exactly seven nineteen like.
"chris hoy" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"If you need to mail something to Jacoby ellsbury just mail it to the injured list, if you're looking for Patrick Beverley soul. It was stolen by Kevin Durant. Just a reminder. We are three weeks into the baseball season. And the winner of the two thousand fifteen AL Cy Young award. Who was only thirty one still has it been signed tigger from a guy who knows Jimmy Butler likes to make things all about Jimmy Butler. If I'm the Brooklyn nets, you know, what I think Jared Jared Dudley four nothing I want to try that again. It was a good line. And I bought it. If on the Brooklyn nets, you know, what I thanked Jared Dudley for nothing. Hey game of thrones. Do something ready. And hey game of thrones fans relax about last night's episode. All that happened was people drinking around a fire, and then I'll comfortable sexy, and you're talking about how great that episode was just because the Chris Hoy. Boven looking dude practice joke, and I've got news her brand of tar that wasn't a real ceremony. You are not a night in my personal record book. Also, how's it possible that John snow globe track? All over the game of thrones universe in what feels like a natter of date yet. It took the white walkers seven seasons to get to the wall Samwel totally Lou guy report Benjamin Watson is having second thoughts. About retiring? The news here is that Benjamin Watson is still playing to Rico in Ed juju Smith Schuster on behalf of Jews everywhere. I hope you had a happy Passover juju much like our former non Jewish friend Antonio Brown. May you one day find the offi Combet? Sixers nets ship. He Joel Embiid before you start calling other people a nobody do me a favor win something as seriously rebate enough already. Stop talking. Also play the best game. I've never seen after sweeping the Pacers. I feel no better or worse about the Celtics winning the yeast. I didn't watch a single second of Celtics Pacers that series net. Nothing achieved nothing and accomplished nothing weird for playoff series, right Pat, Riley 'paparazzi photos in Los Angeles. Collision course, Dave Gettleman saying he likes his resume so far after eight and twenty four start with the giants day. You are Mike guy. The guy keep up the great work. Headline will the giants pass on a quarterback at six? Ed, take one at seventeen draft. We. I love you. So what? Should throw a basketball at demar derozan. Her not being able to hit threes. It today's NBA. Hey, syndergaard. We're waiting for. Congratulations to all. The guys drafted by the patriots this week for not only making it to the NFL. But for also winning the Super Bowl and a big congratulations to Joey Gallo who is three hundred sixty four th career game. Finally hit a sacked fly bay weekend. Blazers won a road game. Good was concerned the blazers thunder series was never gonna start Damian. Lillard assassin a tradition. Unlike any other Paul George not showing up to the playoffs playoff p at auction colts owner Jim Irsay had the winning bid for the piano. Used by John Lennon to compose songs. Her sergeant pepper. No other details. Other than Ursus face was really read top five prettiest things in sports play Thompson in zone. Imagine. If Kevin Durant was doing this for a team that wasn't already the best team of all time before he got there. K D when I watched the game. I don't even see by the way. I love you. Kevin please continue we need you badly. So bit absurd. Pretty. Ganja was Brockett. I'll tears reports. Cavs Rick Petito, talk about coaching job, all talks, of course, have taken place at night. Let's see how good a coach Patino is. What is best player is CD assessment? I'm hearing the Cavs are also looking into an experienced the system head coach capable of being the head coach her day games city of Cleveland shortage of garlic. Collision course, Rick Petito, Dan, Gilbert, a match made in hell hell that reminds me are browse dad. Those are the weekend observations. Break out the red panties. Baby. We need another one. It wasn't.
"chris hoy" Discussed on CXR Podcasts
"All right. This is Chris Hoy with career crossroads. We just wrapped up one of our colloquium meetings for candidate experience and it wasn't just about the candidate this year. It was also about hiring manager was also about several other stakeholders that are involved in that process. But one of the pieces that continue to sort of float to the top of the conversation that was top of mind for couple gentlemen, that I fear now was the candidate roadmap candidate journey. So why don't each of you yourselves really quickly? And then tell us a little bit about. We are when the organization that you're with you both, but I'm gonna let you do it better. And then we'll jump right in to so club with a European director of Tyler with snow of they're actually, the director of everything else. So to make a Jones director of recruiting and the kind of manage the programs in the tools, operations of kind of everything else, I like the director of everything out. The, the O E view. You're the DOE the O director of Jesus. The original z DO. Got sure Scott. Scott leaver with Teradata director of talent acquisition. I oversee, our recruiting supports a couple of business units and also candidate experience globally at thirty good stuff, and you guys have each been in your respective locations roles. How long Scott about a little over year and a half? Okay. Grant up my role is expanded over the time of their by at AARP for three years. And I took on the programmatic recruiting probably about eighteen months ago. Got it got it. So each of you brought to the discussion today, your own visual delivery of the candidate roadmap candidate.
"chris hoy" Discussed on CXR Podcasts
"Welcome to the premier talent was issued community podcast. Welcome to career. Crossroads online at WWW dot c x dot works with your host, Chris Hoy, and Jerry. Crispin. So. Hi. I'm Jerry Crispin. And I'm here with milissa leave from advocate Aurora health. Hello, Hello is wonderful. I life is good. We just finished a day and a half of our hundred and fourteenth colloquium, which was focused on stakeholders candidate recruiter and hiring manager and Melissa. This was your first time closing seconds. Second. That's right. Second, I, I attended the TA ups at davita in Denver, Herman June of twenty eighteen I have my choline, and you have your coin. I think that's wonderful. What was your overall experience? Now that you've had two of these experiences. What is just in general? How is it? It's always great. I think the platform of the event is, like, none, other my favorite part about it is the collaboration with all of your peers, who are going through similar challenges issues concerns looking for ideas, you walk out of the, the whole the day with just. Energy that you want to just take everything that you've learned actually really wish we were recorded so that I can take everything that I learned and go back implements something new. I think think we would wish we could record it to find some way to parse easily all of the kind of nuggets that come out from my perspective. You know, I'm away. I'm an observer and Kristen, I while we talk about being facilitators for this what I think a lot of people don't understand, is that it, it really is about the conversation between the people who are in the room exact and, and, you know, when you think about and you bring an interesting background as well. So your, your area of specialty has been in rewards, I think and compensation in the past. And then you went through a variety of different roles until you got to where you are now in TA. Could you could you share a little bit of that? Yeah. Absolutely. Thirteen years of total rewards consulting. I landed at it was formerly Aurora healthcare as the director of compensation we did a lot of changes there and was talked on the shoulder for an opportunity in ta and with this merger integration, it's just it's, it's been very helpful having that background because, honestly from a candidate experience perspective, which is why I have such a passion for this. It's not just about the experience, but it's also about what the organization can offer, and I always talk to leaders about, it's not a it's not your choice whether or not that candidate is going to start work for this organization. It is their shows. So if you don't bring your a game and you don't sell this organization, you're not going to get the talent that you need. So I, I share that with them all the time because I think we don't do enough of it. You don't we think that people need us for a place of employment. Quite frankly, we need them more than they need us. So we have all of these different folks who are associated with talent -sition currently have a passion for Kennedy experience for this particular colloquium, and yet, the conversations went pretty broad down a lot of interesting alleys, as well, you mentioned, for example, merger, and one of the other members asked about a merger. I believe it was from Cigna and, and from every part of the room including from you were a whole bunch of suggestions on how to kind of deal with the angst that comes from all of that. So it's kind of interesting to see the the interchange between folks on a broad range of topics, and that's exactly why I love coming. It's not about somebody standing up in front of the room, telling you what you need. It's not a soft cell of any sort. It is purely. A group of individuals who are passionate about the work that they do are looking for ideas to implement change cool, and I think that that's, that's user. Whereas you are no that year. We just finished. So we're kind of everybody's in the process of, of leaving and so on. But is there any takeaway that you that bubbles up for you in terms of what you're going back with? So, because of our integration piece that's a lot of the ideas that I wanted to bring back, which was really exciting to learn about the candidate process mail. And so I was able to make that connection today reaching out to Scott asking him for his insights on how they did what they did lessons learned, what would he do differently, and even sharing tools and resources? So that was really great cool. Great on any last thoughts before we end our podcast, you're now just looking forward to the next one Archer, frankly. Great. Thanks, thanks so much for listening to this episode of career crossroads if you join today's episode please leave a review and subscribe, and for more great content and to stay up to date. Visit WWW dot C dot works. Talk on Twitter dot com slash premier extra will catch in this time.
"chris hoy" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On
"It. Let's start with the coastguard. Let's go to start with this guy. Chris Hoy since got arrested on gun and drug charges Wednesday. Authorities found cache of guns political hit Liz and said that he called for the use of violence to establish a white homeland man, that's what he said. True. This do nor the whole. Now, though, you saw to arsenal a gun weapons that the punisher. Who was really looking around. We was not when I saw the pitching autumn guns. I was like oh my God. Dues. Now, remember his name. He's a Christopher Hanson. He was a coastguard guy that was going to murder he and a list of people. He was gonna murder did y'all look at the list of he had nicknames the people he was gonna kill. Oh my God. Was it? What's the guy? Do this running for president the really annoying black guy. Oh. Oh Hooker was on the list that black guy who's running. What did I just say? Oh. I was laughing at something repeat also. Yeah. He was he was out here. Ready to fuck. A a lot of people. But but Trump went a tweet about Jesse, but he ain't say shit. Yeah. It was mostly Democrat, Paul democrat. I need you heard. That's the thing. Cover. It know how you haven't heard about this. No. Dr Li like talking to my kind of started out saying like it really was a blip on the radio. Paying attention to a lot of extra. But like, but you know about Jesse Jesse though. That's the point. That's the point stand up. I'm just saying that. Yeah. If it was like, the fish Lee wasn't put out there like that. It was just something. I just wasn't paying out have heard about right? Said no details about it. But they just don't right. Yeah. Nobody's clouding you because you know, they're saying it's fuck that. Nobody's talking about. Yeah. So, but yeah, man, he's in he's in custody. Right. He is in custody. But they're saying the prosecutors have improved hit list. Coast guardsmen is a terrorist. I have seen people use a domestic terrorism. They haven't actually actually called him. There's no that's the point like some people did. But then the haven't proved it, right? The prosecutor saying they're not they haven't proved that he's a terrorist, which I just. I mean, I don't understand. I don't understand. How like why do you not want to like just going to say what he is? Yeah. Be done with it. And let's move on. Like, I don't understand why. I mean, I do understand and get while they're trying to not always use that word to describe one of their own but still at the same time. It's like why you have to own it. You don't necessarily have to own right. Because this is just a guy that wanted to go out white supremacist that wanted to go out and kill people because it hurts their narrative of America fighting terrorists. We don't fight our own terrorists. So it hurts their narrative of saying that all Indian people are terrorists, you know, more middle Easterns. Yeah. That's what I mean. Yes. Is that racist? Maybe I should have Middle Eastern and not Indian. He's right. I should have said Middle Eastern Indian. All right. So so yeah. So so that's that man. We'll we'll we'll see what happens with this. As it moves on. Robert kraft. Oh, man, let it could have been one or two Roberts. I dunno Robert Kraft man out here trying to get it in. But man that was that that came out of nowhere as not the only one. So let's see why it matters. Yeah. That's kind of how I felt when I read the story to like is he going to be charged for this. I'm or like why it's just like a scandal for no reason type of thing. Profile name patriots Super Bowl Trump, homey. Meek Mill Hill. Dancing already being you know, he has bit right? Right. So he's been in the news for you know, this whole prison. Reforming around with me meal. All the rappers of onstage dance, we Cardi B and all this other stuff. So you know, he he's his image has been one of of of good outside of just owning the patriots. And then all of a sudden, here's this guy that has running around doing good and doing good for, you know, black folks. And all of a sudden, you you get caught up in, you know, this Gandel of soliciting prostitutes, you know, so I guess it's just the the way that it looks more than what actually is considering all the good things that he's done. This is stupid. When I read the story. I was just like honestly like this the whole thing about, you know, sex being still something not so taboo to talk about prostitution. And all that stuff. It's like if you two consenting adults, I just don't see the scandal about this. Like, I feel like a lot of people try to quit like sex trafficking and stuff with like this slippery slope of like, you know, like sex trafficking and prostitution and kind of acquainting the two, and it's just not the same thing. So I feel like that's the dangerous part where people try to quit the two. And it's kind of like once he realized that they're not the same thing. And you look at the bigger picture. It's like why is this even a scandal because it's a legal. Yeah. That's really it. He can still be doing plenty of good. I don't give a shit. He wouldn't pay for some girls as long as the girls were not under control of pimps. Then whatever I I don't know if he was paying for young girls. I didn't look at the story that. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. But yeah, I don't. Yeah. I was this was a non store to me. It was like, okay. He got prostitutes like a massage parlor or something like that. I think. Massage parlor and take pictures. Really? Apparently, there's there's another they're like names in other. The high profile.
"chris hoy" Discussed on BOOST Health
"To balance out. I really like taking in central approach. The iron says they didn't try and they didn't work out. They just did the work in. And they couldn't they couldn't be fatigued. You know, if they were to to potato run away from prey will fight pray than them. I wouldn't have turned out to it some ways leading something in the tank always having some sort of of that we're ready for some action during the day. That's my that's my price right now. I love that. Actually, I really really liked that always leaving something take that that's going to be the name of this podcast. I can tell right now. Because because that's not just about physical is it. We're always leaving something in the tank, we have these if you picture it. The national wellness institute talks about energy blocks. You burn all your energy blocks on your bike ride across workout or whatever in the morning. You're not gonna have anything for social, emotional, or spiritual. So that that is a really nice way to put it Andrew. That's a beautiful way to say it. Yeah. That's is working for me. And I you know, I I mean, I was saying it's okay gains thinking, I'm forty three. Somebody's proof is a money older guys on the team that I'm still playing data level. So I think right Thursday, I'm gonna make sure I get into my leg workout, you know, next week. And I was just make myself more tied more fatigued will stress little stress as well that as my buddy under too much stress now for like in some sort of float number to enjoy that that that float. And it's all base unites. Losted a little bit. I've been. You know in the context of well being at a bit of flu lost seven days. Otherwise prided myself not getting sick. And was in a get sick really hit me loss loss week inside coughing zone. But I'm so that's not me a little bit. But for the most part, I feel like built things in that enough flow when my clients and they find that balance. It's they really really appreciate it. It's a it's a sunny goes on realize yet. I think part of the wisdom that comes with understanding balance is also understanding that you don't find it in. That's it. I'm done. I'm ready. It's like a day. It's daily right? It's a daily finding the more tools that you have from me and from Andrew and from the zillion other resources out there, you just take sort of one and two percent from everybody, and you build your own Wallis curriculum, and then you began. Yes. Abduct loot you've been doing this for a while. I want to hear some of cool successes you've seen with the four keys balanced approach that you're giving to folks. So we sit a few case studies in the book, we have one guy who's an ex England rugby player who started his business and that. Some of the mindset, you know, sports mindset, and very focused very goal orientated at very processed orientates actually as well. So he was very organized in the way, he he'll braids it, but recognized that some of the things around some facets of his life. We're starting to become a problem for him. By the time kind of accepted it, and that's one of the things that of busyness do will. They joined presents in a way to that partners. And it's not amusing male examples, but it's no jumped miles female CEOs in as well and business owners. The same and. I think we kind of present this idea that it's you have to protect it. You have to accept that on going into work on building business, and it makes good in three years. And preface it does it just doesn't it captures up that health deteriorates he was suffering with a bad back recognized some of that stress. It's not just is what you blamed on his rugby days. So I think you know, these things are all these stories are great some of the may be quite national because someone like people that will say I'm at a conference in take a picture of me with the today. Why is this is the guy? I, you know, if this was not you with a catalyst for the change. Don't may. I just presented an idea you've been all in on it, and you've made some credible life changes. So that that's very I think two point earlier in the conversation about fathers and health and the giving people an opportunity to kind of have a longer healthier life by making some some of these. Changes. I guess so woo thing or definitely a social emotional thing for me. But if I could go back, you know, and tell my dad everything that I knew now and just see if if it would help to like what if he was in the military. So what if it was like, you know, something that he had to work around some of the chemicals today to work around in the military that causes cancer. Or was it, you know, the deal that he is. I mean, if I could just go back and just just give them everything. I wish I could. So that's her. I picture him in everyone of my clients. Just I just do my best to not be incredibly annoying. But just like here's everything I want you to take all this, please just use. What you can what what speaking makes full choices his his data some evidence is let's go. Make make some choices in the best stories. I heard I'm really really into mindset stuff right now. I think it's because I mean, I'm really honest with my audience, Andrew, I think, I am I work on mental strength because I mentally weak, especially like social emotional stuff. Like, I just I struggle with it. I own it. And I and I've been working on especially this last year is I've been studying it strengthen it self it. Oh my gosh. It is. And so I heard you I wanna I wanna hear what you say about this. Because I hurt you describe mindset as this balance between mentally tough and inner peace, and I didn't really know what you meant by that. But it sounds interesting. Yes. So it's it's having aggressive action. It has to be thinking about mindset slowing things down. We might not associated with focus at aggressive action. Saudi is almost like giving my book. All SAS navy seals, you know, who all trained the aggressive and take out targets. But they've also developed the skill is a lot of work on being able to. Engage with the person, but that's response slow. They're breathing down. Not that clarity an advanced research. SAS SBN's like immoral when I write managing the missed. It's all about the missed. You know, this is red mist we get kind of white mist, which we often talk about where it's like having just folks over we come on athletes. We talked about it. They just can't see the. So they don't see the the pitch would have it. Just kind of this fight flight results kicking in. That -bility to to maintain that clarity on the pressure. And I think that is a skill that can be developed. I think there are some psychology in there as well identify won't be was triggers off. So when in to that fight flight in sort of irrational situations. Then what what's the trigger? What what's the button is pushed goes the relative to fire up in release adrenaline into the body in into that protective sites. Because conscious level we won't let in cultures have gun on beginning to flat flat right now. I'm going be tidy president everything, but this is kind of unconscious response. So for me, not -bility to be absolutely on target unfocused like a. You know, it's about NBA players in the game is chaotic and all of a sudden they have to slow down to mate when winning jumped show in that -bility to do. Gulf. You know, when the crowds are going crazy and just made the best shortly. But what show shot tonight to to to win the championship in? How do you go against an absolute conference? So mindset for me is exactly not ability to blow it down be absolutely focused, but his mother work around that which all unwanted patents that defend themselves valve in throughout childhood, the sort of manifest themselves unconscious level that we can undo somebody's amounted patents identified some triggers is things that that stimulus that puts us into fight flight when we wanted did work around that we stop making sense some of these things, and then we get some clarity. I found that very pop half the personal that will. But on either people that explode that is being life changing and often. What would I find is a might be or what perspective or maybe a sports perspective at some one of these triggers. All this typically something at the very up. It's in the middle of the full case playing out is playing out across willful as well as they might sense a business. Upland or sports problem. They recognize through work that is playing out in their relationships on areas of the life. That's interesting. Okay. So if you don't mind, you can be my my sports psychologist, and maybe my business cycle. Just so I'll tell you a couple of things that I've tried and you can tell me if I'm 'cause I understand neuro plasticity I understand creating new neural pathway. I understand tricking the brain. And I've tried all of these. So a read about fellow UK, man. Chris Hoy gold medal. Cyclists amazing athlete. He's he's to have some some issues with right mindset in one of the things his coach worked on him with was called anchoring. Which would be you know, in you, probably know this. He would he would create a positive image in his mind. So for him since he was such an amazing athlete. I just figured he was probably thinking about the last race that he won or. Are you know, being on top of the podium, or whatever and he would tie that to adjust your so think about being on the podium, and then he'd grab he would actually grab his left ear lobe? So I'd always drifts my friends at they still you cycling up the mountain and grabbing my left ear low. They no I'm in. I'm in trouble something's going on so played around with that with some success in. Then I've tried this neuro plasticity basically complete rewiring saying, I what happens to me Andrew as I have. I get I get really hot in my heart like spikes when I'm on the bike here in Hong Kong. And then I start to freak out. Oh my God. My heart rate's going through the roof and some people say just don't look at your heart. Well, I I wanna know what's going on. So I'm not gonna not look heart rate. So then I've I've played around with. It's okay. That your heart rate is high calm down take some depress. You know, you enjoy climbing the mountain and pushing yourself so I've played around with these things with with moderate success. But in my on the right track, and my trying the right things or are these just tricks will they all tricks, and you know, day all certainly ways to to to get yourself back into that state. I mean the end of the day. Regardless the brain doesn't differentiate me being on the bike being funded by sabertooth tiger. It just it doesn't can you know, it's just going to respond accordingly to stimulants so. So we think about what we'll see actual checked in in those situations in the objective is to re-engage the para sympathetic response to get the break back on the halt. So if you take the hot out, for example, they put it on the table it will continue baiting around one hundred sixty minute pacemaker. And so on. Mine would good one when eighty.
"chris hoy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"The hoop bike guys that's damn begum johnny wail jacob tipper and john archibald and well an interesting story isn't lionel m a team that's really gonna buy things way fully in a great tradition really of guest call them eccentrics or left field people taking on the track chris boardman did it grain will breathe it and these are the latest incarnation of that great tradition yeah listening to them tool it kind of reminded me of twenty one years ago we'll so ninety-eight when chris hoy craig maclean p to jack i think was of the sprint and clearly jason queeley a ni- very much work on if they really put themselves on british cycling's radar with by going often competing a high the highest level i could him well cups a on the world cup program would look very different than than it does now but they had to force their way into the reckoning and and well then pretty much jason cooley was the one who won that gold medal at the sydney olympics being fully integrated into the british cycling system and i think one of the things about british cycling over the last twenty years they've done everything very much in house haven't they and what we haven't really seen these people you know there has been a kind of a second team or a trait team because all the other traits we've had on the track in britain of being linked to british cycling in some way or another and this is a group of outsiders if you like one or two of them forcing their way in but of course the complexity is how do you pick a team few court in the same way that you can pick a an international rugby or football team where you just take the best and just put them together and work you know work a bit you know the team is such a specific discipline you can't really take to from here to there charlie tan failed courses in british cycling setup his brother harry joined catoon alperstein are you was paul the hoop what team and before that i think it was caja wasn't it and so that gives you an idea of the kind of levels they're performing spoke to harry this week and he said he'd been training with catoon new yorker getting ready for his first race he's going to do a couple of days of the challenge me orca so you might get to meet him daniel and you can talk to him about about indoor cycling as well as outdoor cycling but the he he was saying that he gets training donovan and want to get online to watch the national track temps and keeping talked with wall you know all of his teammates doing and do think that the way that they talk particularly daniel talking about trump bright world records and and really make them all over the next twelve to eighteen months but the difficulty for them how do they force their way into world championship and olympic teams it's not hard to sympathize with them and get that censor all the tools will be open to them i mean they have won a couple world cups gone very fast but british cycling would argue that their guys are training to be their best at the world championships and olympic games and nothing else really matters and so even if you were to set up a kind of race between them as a selection race between them three or four weeks from championships they would say the problem with those two teams would peak for the race off rather than the championships themselves so i think they have to stick with their tried and tested approach which is to train a group of for a bigger squad than that six to ride and to peak the planes that matters which is world championships olympic games how you test this is it's impossible really so i as the who what guy said the only thing they can do goes fast as they possibly can and their dream is to to break the world record next year unto goto outage it perhaps and just smashed the world records individually on collectively and i'm not sure what that would achieve other than the officer obviously the m the the profile and the.
"chris hoy" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"The can be the prospect of big insurance payment if they don't come back, and they're never able to get on that bike again competitive environment. And sometimes I understand I've heard anecdotes. The rod is have had to make choices. And and some have ultimately decided to take the money and others have have opted to give it another go and coaches, obviously decided he's still things he wants to achieve in in professional and. He's a talented writer we've seen that with as you mentioned when he went to bromance appeal a couple of years ago. And it sounds as though he's he's on the right track. And certainly the case should we leave it for this week fellows and next week. We're going to we're gonna go indoors aren't way a little bit the whole episode worry. But I I this week. I went to Dr bait visit the hoop bike team who have been ruffling a few feathers with their team pursuit thing by cycling hers and history in the people really fast than doors. John Archibald sea level world record went fastest fastest time ever see level recently, four ten meter a small meeting, Switzerland m spritz championships this weekend, which is a big one for them. Couple of writers contention for world championship places. There is this question of whether they shouldn't be representing Great Britain at the world championships in the team pursuit. And and very very interesting times from them yesterday will hear next week. They've got a few access to grind and points to prove. And it's been a fascinating story. They are. So we'll hear that next week say Daniel will even be interested. I think we're also going to hear from companies aren't Donyell who who finds his tilted the I record. Yeah. We are. We will. I think rich I was trying to I was having a bit of a debate with myself before we recorded sti- about why I hate in those same much, but I can tolerate our record attempt. Something's because riders take on the record tend to treat velodromes prisons. I wanna get out. It's possible there in that for an hour. And then I'll try they did that best not to return again for several years. Years before they reaffirming fixed-term sentence of sixty minutes. Exactly. I can tolerate Iraq. I can record attempts by that basis. Only trait velodromes Alcatraz anyone on the team pursuit, which is three minutes. Fifty. I mean, not even short period of time to pay attention to endorse, but you have to your further several several events year on our team. And then peaceful to watch. Is your heart race watching a well-executed team pursuit? I've never heard of better. I've never seen more than sport ski. I've always turned off by tell you. I'm going to take your attitude to the Jere right here say how you like it one of your objections to indoor cycling that it's indoors. And one of the things you like about the recycling is that it's. And mountains on what you might have enjoyed. You might have enjoyed the trip. I made a few years ago eleven years ago night to Bolivia with Chris Hoy attempted the world record for Columbia is am in La Paz, an outdoor velodrome surrounded by the end these and it is absolutely spectacular. I think not. She some might be the valid room for you. Did you like the as I like the Olympics in ninety two where they track eventuality and outdoor velodrome or Colin Sturgess won the world professional pursuit championship or an outdoor velodrome in Leon. I think I was too young to wherever. Explain to you guys earlier in the week and attacks message. Yeah. My main problem with in those is countryside, free cycling. There are no views landscapes. Oh, well, explore this week. Shaking is a little reminder this week we've released the second park has feminine. The January episode interviews in there with von twist signed for trek Sigfredo Hannah Barnes, Schramm writer, really really interesting on some of the challenges of being professional bite writer and living in Girona where she lives with her partner tailgate heart and also just contrasting the support and resources available in the women's peleton to what's available to tell as a member of team sky. She was really honest, and it's it's really interesting also Erie slopping del retard ducks writer who setup cyclist alliance and is doing a lot of work to improve conditions for women writers, and she's really interested in all, Shannon. We went to see her at she lives in Rotterdam believe.
"chris hoy" Discussed on BOOST Health
"Stay motivated, right? Yeah. That's a good point in its sort of speaks to. I don't know. I mean, especially like in Connecticut in the wintertime, it's probably a little bit tougher. But I think we're we're sort of seeing people do their exercise in the gym. But they don't go out and express their fitness outside with something that they enjoy I really liked that point that you made about putting something on the calendar for some people. It's a race for some people. You know, it's a fun while offer, you know, maybe it's even just being able to, you know, more effectively play with your kids at the playground. Like, I think that's a good point. Like give yourself a goal. To get outside and express that great fitness that you're doing in your Pilates class or that you're doing in, you know, your bootcamp class or whatever like get outside and an express yourself in a fun way. And enjoy the fitness that you're building for yourself in. And then you can really see if you're in the three dimensional world, as I always say, are you able to to operate as a human athlete well in that matters to actually because when people exercise outside in what they call Greenspace. They tend to exercise longer say it hurts lasts that they enjoyed the experience more. And if they're near blue space, meaning they can see water it increases, both the enjoyment. The length all of that. I think. You know, we think of gym, and we feel like I I enjoy working at a gym. It's not it's not bad. This isn't a criticism. But I think a lot of people feel like, you know, a hamster in the ball went. And you know, and so there are other options in definitely outdoor gas. Plus you get fresh air. Right. You see the trees the trees release energy that make us feel good. Right. Like, they know that now like going for a hike in the woods. Actually, we get chemicals from the trees that boost us up fright so forced bathing. I think is what they call it as knife seen enough. Like, I think on NPR I saw talk on that or something really cool. It's really cool. And again, you know, who cares if it's all placebo. If it feels good to go out and exercise outside by the ocean. And in the trees, just go do it. It's it's great. That makes you feel good. It doesn't matter. Well, hating on the placebo effect has always shocked me a little bit. I know it's not like nothing happens. You're you release. Chemicals that make you feel good. Something has changed. So even you take a placebo it if it works for you you had an actual chemical Ramona change in your body. That's why it worked, you know. That's just to close the loop pun intended on the pain Lou by that. That's maybe a key. Takeaway like, let's make it a little bit easier for people to sort of define what type of pain, but there's still going to be somewhat nebulous understand that. But is it acute pain? Or is it chronic? Is it something that you've struggled with for a long time? Is it something that you've reinforced with your own statements or statements from your culture or your family, or whatever? And if it if it is on that sort of side of maybe it's chronic. Maybe you're doing this to yourself or it's things that you're hearing over and over maybe just try as a little hack just saying, you know, what I'm gonna try not paying attention to that right now. I'm gonna tell myself, I feel good. I've actually been playing around with this to a little bit Maggie with with anxiety almost kind of the same type of thing like creating new neural pathways. I I'm a little bit scared of heights. I'm actually quite scared of heights. But I just went on the ski trip with my family in Seoul. And my. Kids know that I'm scared of heights because I won't go on like the ferris wheel with them and stuff. It's pretty bad. It's pretty lame. But. I'm not in control. I think part of it is control. But anyway, I'm creating a new pathway. So as we were going up the chair chairlift, which is very scary for me. Typically, I was saying to my kids, you know, what I enjoy this. Now, I am quite enjoying this chairlift is fun little ride. I like the views appear, and it's kind of funny 'cause like, no, you're not dead. You're scared of heights. So I I would recommend if you're going to try to create new neural pathways that you do it without that negative feedback straightaway. But it actually worked a little bit. I felt a little bit better as I said as doing dead lifts the other day. I was just telling my body to to chill out. I'm actually feeling fine that seemed to work a little bit. So again, whether it's placebo or not just try these little hacks in in sort of those more, chronic injuries and pain areas and see if it helps show would you say that's a fair strategy. I think it's a fair strategy. Right. I think I am not a physical therapist though. I personally like if a client is having pain, I don't push on escape pain scale beyond three. But I definitely think if you're in chronic pain and nothing is working, right? It's time to start some self talk. Because again, it won't hurt you, and we do have to realize when we're in different situations or change our perspective. It absolutely changes. How we feel so when they put people's arms and ice water, and it's painful, they can withstand the pain more if they smile or if they swear. Yeah. So perspective Hauer thinking distraction similarly to you. I am petrified of heights. And I had this fall. I had gone on a hike in the White Mountains and. I over estimated what I thought I could do because I looked at the distance. But not the elevator increase in decrease in it was multiple peaks. And so with about five miles to go. The son was starting to set and it started raining, and it was freezing. And I was going to have to go down the sheer cliff, and I was like this. This is how many die. Never. I always say turn back you wanna hike again hike. Another day. Don't do this to yourself. And I absolutely hate ski lifts and cable cars and at the last peak before I had to descend there was a cable car that was going to run for fifteen more minutes. And I thought it was the greatest thing in the world. I wasn't terrified. I was like this is going to save my life. I don't have to hike down this cliff in the rain put me on the cable car. I love it. And I sat on that on the way down. And I was like on any other day. I'd be terrified of this. And I'm not I'm not even a little scary the time who'll though so interesting those. Yeah, I think that perspective. Whether it's something that you're forced into that situation, or that you sort of generate yourself, I think that another good example of told the story a few times on the show, but Chris Hoy he's a gold medal cyclist from the UK Olympic cyclist. He would use sort of a mental tactic. Or trick. But it's the same thing. We're talking about. It's all about sort of tricking your mind he would have a little bit of anxiety before races. So he had a tactic is called anchoring. So anchoring his where you think of a positive thoughts for him is usually like oh a successful race. Like, this is where I podium door. I was really fast when I on this particular race, and you sort of get his mind in that. And he would attach it to some sort of gesture any anything you like for him. It was grabbing his left ear lobe. And so I always joke with my friends that I cycle with if you see me grabbing my left ear lobe. It's because I'm trying to get through a moment of anxiety with my heart being to hire being too hot or whatever. But I think everything we're talking about is is basically that is using your body as a as a brain, I should say as a powerful tool to help you sort of hack through maybe thirty or injury or something like that you use
"chris hoy" Discussed on BOOST Health
"Time. Time you see an update for your app on your smartphone? When I thought about opportunities for myself in these terms, it made sense to attempt to be more agile opportunities would be less likely to be missed and any mistakes that occur could be valuable lessons along the way. I'm still working progress and being more agile and implementing opportunities with speed. But I can think of several major projects that I took on this year that I jumped into before perfecting everything at a time, I learned a lot from these. And I'm glad I didn't hesitate and miss the opportunities altogether. Number eleven active commute to work if possible I talked a lot about commuting to work specifically cycle commuting on several of my shows, including the ones jewels Doyle, David Hamby, and Ryan O'Neal and the health benefits of actively commuting to work are astounding. I think part of the reason for this is most folks who actively commute, we'll do it two ways. So two times a day. If individuals are stuck in a sedentary position at work for most of the day. You can see how being active multiple times per day would be incredibly beneficial. Just in case you missed the amazing research on the health benefits of active commuting and cycle commuting. I'll share them with you one more time and two thousand eleven a study in the Scandinavian journal of medicine and science in sports today systematic review of health, benefits and cycling, and they found that individuals who commute to work via bicycle are at lower risk for all cause mortality and cancer and individuals who are middle aged and older. It's pretty amazing. A study came out earlier this year in aging cell journal found that very exciting. Evidence is actually two thousand eighteen that cycling and other forms of fiscal activity most likely can drastically reduce the aging process of your immune system. The study noted that cyclists in their seventies. And eighties had an Yoon systems that looked more like somebody in their twenties because of their ability to fight off infections and possibly even cancer in two thousand seventeen the British medical journal published a massive cohort study on the active commuting including bicycle commuting. They tracked two hundred sixty three thousand four hundred fifty three men and women over a five year period. So this is a big study that took part in regular active commuting. So this is walking cycling or combination. And this was in England Scotland and Wales and the study found that cycle commuting was associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer and. All cause mortality versus non active commuters. And one more a two thousand study in the archives of internal medicine found that a daily by commuter has a forty percent lower risk for all cause mortality than non cycle commuters. So if actively commuting to work, especially via bicycle is a possibility for you. I would definitely recommend based on these studies. Also, if you can ride in with a colleague it can help built in accountability and community like we talked about with Ryan O'Neal number twelve use intra abdominal pressure. I a p when you're training and woods introduced me to this body awareness concept on my show with her. She describes it as creating a three hundred sixty degree pressure throughout your midsection with a muscle and breathing technique part of the reason this is such a critical technique is that it helps your brain feel stable in the joints of your body. I've practiced this a lot since. Cussing him with her. And it seems to help me the most when I'm running especially as been nursing this injured knee along I also like to use this Q on weight training exercises, like dead lifts rose and squats the real trick. I think is learning how to create this inter-arab domino pressure and still maintaining your breathing. Al share a link to video in the show notes in blog showing how important it is to maintain this interrupt Donald pressure. When you're doing way bearing activities like a back squall on running number thirteen train, your brain, mental strength and mindset came up a lot in the show in this last year actually did an entire episode on the topic where I focused on improving performance with different tactics, including anchoring, which involves attaching a positive image from previous success to adjust your like grabbing ear lobe. This is clearly a distraction technique to sort of trick the brain and the body. Into being more comfortable than normally would in a stressful environment. I mentioned these tactics have worked well for athletes like Olympic gold medalist, Chris Hoy from the UK I've had some success with these strategies when presented with something that gives me an exotic like training in heat or swimming. And I wonder if something can be done that is more permanent though, like a rewiring, for example. You may believe you're not good at blank or you're scared of blank or you're not a blank type of person. What if we could train our brain not to believe this an interesting article on positive psychology, program dot com talks about the neuro plasticity of our brains and this ability to rewire them, the article notes that clinician in cleary says the old wiring will still exist that wiring that Sinjin anxiety? And it's sitting there waiting to be triggered. But we can. Create competitive wiring in our brains that is of what we want to achieve. I think pretty exciting. So apparently, it takes a great deal of work to achieve this rewiring. And it can be done though, using Dopp give and changing thought patterns through recall and memory patterns, increasing body awareness and others. I put a few of these tactics to work actually on the ski lift a few days ago when I was on holiday with my family, and in the past I would say that I'm afraid of heights, I tempted to create some new neural pathways by saying that I quite enjoyed the right up the ski lift, and it was nice to see the views from out there. All the while. My kids were asking if I was okay. I told them that. I now enjoy the ski lift and that heights don't bother me. And they told me that I was in fact, still frayed so despite their efforts to derail me, I did feel a little bit better. That said it may be more effective to create this new. Rewiring for your brain. When kids are not repeating the undesirable wiring in background, number fourteen. Join a wellness community the benefits of a wellness community came up with almost every single guest on the show in two thousand eighteen also I focused and entire episode on this topic with guests, Bo crats, and she'll coli and how these communities can improve performance and accountability while fostering mentorship. We discussed a bit of research backing these benefits including a two thousand twelve study where researchers at Kansas state university found that people who exercise with some of the thought was better than them increase their workout time and intensity by two hundred percent. Also, a two thousand eleven study in the journal of sport and exercise psychology found that participants were able to hold a plank longer when working with a partner and increase their plank. Hold up to twenty four. Percent when working well with a more capable partner. Now. I know some of you are thinking that you prefer to be alone wolf and train just fine on your own, and I can respect and understand that I sometimes like just put on my headphones and enjoy a training session on my own. That said, it's helpful to know. There's someone waiting for you early in the morning for that cycling, workout or even to answer question. You may have about a tactic or someone about to new idea f-, you can be part of the boost health community by visiting our Facebook page and joining the conversation will link to that in the show. It's in blog number fifteen track your heart rate, variability or H R fee. Now, I discussed HR V a number of times throughout the year as a key metric to track and ensure that you're maximizing your recovery from stressors such as exercise and inefficient sleep. I discuss it in some detail in