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"crowder arteries" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

11:12 min | 6 months ago

"crowder arteries" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Really flexible and really athletic Not able to do a lot of these things. Yeah I read that you can still do the splits at fifty two. Which is that I. Do I interview Randy Guitar? Or but he has a great gym called extreme tour his son Orion get sore trains. Me and I have achieved code so I do a little bit of training and I just do some cardio. Stop Stretching and stuff like that but it's really important as you get older to remain flexible and to keep your body moving route to prevent injury hangups dining shocked to kill myself a million times a during the show so. I'm just always trying to be like focused and in the moment and you know hypersensitive to being physically set. How did you get into you? Know Magic like what at what point in Your Life. We like. This is it. This is my career. Because you gotta say it's not a lot of kids don't grow up. I'm going to be a magician. They're not that stupid. I was. I was six. My installers showed me a car trek and I was obsessed with magic in the power that gave you as a young kid when adults didn't understand how you were doing accomplishing certain things. And by the time I was you know. Let's handle Evans. Twelve years old. I was performing private parties on my bicycle as playing in bars by barely fourteen. Was You know Fridays? Incites could never get away with it today but in New York as to go into bars and closer magic I always knew this is what I wanted to do. Always had a big dream took me eight year. Eighteen years to become an overnight success but never gave up and no matter what it is. You want a life you just have to put that sweat equity in put blinders on believing yourself. No one else does. Don't waste your time on. Social media was seen to negatively breeds. Nothing positive and eventually can happen. You just gotTa really really you got to really be able to believe it envision it you know yeah. I have a very important question for EFI. Like good. Went lead off with actually is magic real Now I'm an entertainer artist. I use a lot of things that I'd be are real because I try to blurred line between reality and like when I hang by four fishhooks through my back from a helicopter over the Valley of fire or hang for six hours of It's real is no pain medication. No numbers nothing. When Frank Muir chocolate Dell or Ryan Aranda tour or Or who else will my missing Pge Van Zandt when a punched me in the stomach You know as hard as they could That was completely real. That wasn't like some type of tricks. So I do do tricks. And allusions Really can't fly unlimited. Even though I do it in a way that's never been done I try to blurred outline and let the audience determine what is real and what is oddity. It's a bit more fun for them to be able to determine what is what were you nervous when you got punched in the I mean. That's Houdini got caught right. Well that's what I was doing. I was kind of paying homage because Houdini in his day in age said that he could take any man's punch in a couple of college kids soil. Houdini after a show they were like. Is it true Mr Houdini Take any man's points news like yes you can prepare. Welcome and essentially Ruptured his appendix and on Halloween in Nineteen Twenty six. He died of So I wanted to do that. And today are fighters are way more scientific stronger faster and I just thought it was even more difficult to do that test today than it would be. You know nearly eighty years ago or something so I got you know. Ufc Champs you know and and Just wanted to see However however however I would have had a wreck reacted excuse me and and it was definitely An interesting experience. Frank Mayor is like two fifty or something bad and he hit me the first time he's holding back and I said you can't do that because it just doesn't look believable and I wanted to be legit and he like look that media site you got this look at this. I and I was like Shit. He is let loose and he was just here. Actually before. This whole thing went dow-. Hbo Cobra Virus Ucla Training at my gym with him in order in his coach so But he he chocolate del end and And and they all they all they all hit hard when you get a free shot. You know it's definitely something. I'm concerned about but leave the techniques. So I I was hoping it was going to work and it. I have talked with those Basically his knuckles in my in my stomach like he just stood there the the after effects or like a few hours. You just like this big red mark of his knuckles. It was so how do you do it? How you how'd you take? Its muscle control reeling distance. It's like commonsense things that you just have to feel really confident about when you put yourself you know literally at the end of somebody. That's a high level athlete like near their punch. You know so just practice. You know so you you looted to a second ago but you worked for eighteen years before because you said becoming an overnight success but at some point along the way I'm sure there was some discouragment some encouragements. What was one point where you're like? I can do this for a living. I can be extremely successful. Well I knew I could do for a living when I was a teenager because I was doing. Like twelve birthday artie. So weekend or is doing firehouse shows. I've played at windows of the World. I was in corporate events and I was also playing with my banning clubs so I knew I could do it for a living but I was just miserable performing you know as a babysitter basically doing magic for kids birthday parties and I never was happy with it so I just figured I would take that leap. Because it wasn't about money was always about living my dream. You know you get one life you have to choose how you live it so I just really were hard in just one for and it just it when your different than you're not like everybody else it? It's more difficult to succeed. But once you succeed in everybody like kind of copies you because you proven a road that can work and you pave the road so it was a very very difficult process. But once I along the way saw certain indications you know because there was no one big thing that really happened. It was a small small things that evolved and transformed into a big thing but it was a series of small breaks that allow them to get the big great which was really my mind. Free Television series. You know on a I need act in two thousand and five eight three specials before that I had a six hundred shows on Broadway and forty third on its at the. Wwe McMahon's aid me a break back in two thousand two thousand one. So and I still. I still work with today. You know Stephanie Band and triple H or call with was hanging with me. A Probably two months ago or something so it was a series of a lot of things were you can never give up. That's the one common ingredient you know you just gotTa work hard. Doesn't matter if you want to be the best basketball player anime guy football play you never can give up and you just have to put that time in. If it were easy everybody would be successful. But the It the harder it is to achieve something the greater the reward. So you have the world record in a couple of things and I want to just walk through them to like. Explain the level of panic or how you mentally got over it. So the first one was you were submerged underwater. And had the fastest time to escape from a straitjacket at two minutes and thirty seconds. How the hell do you train for that? And was there any moment where where you're like? Fuck I'm underwater for two minutes and thirty seconds this socks. I'm going to die right. I did over a thousand demonstrations on TV alone. And so so I think you're combining to different things but let me take one each one so I was the first Guy New Young Award. Twenty four hours. I did it in Times Square at the wwe and on Good Morning. America lie to hide everything And so I only was underwater for twelve hours in friends pool to see 'cause I didn't have money back and I want to see if I could do twelve hours and I came out. I was able to do it but I might. Skin drive me crazy. Because of the chlorine it's strove me not sweet. So when you say you're you're under your in like one of those clear boxes underwater. Yeah basically I had Houdini water. It was like a phone booth filled up with water and I always underwater for the very first hour upside down with eighteen pounds of chains and I was recreating what Houdini Did in y you know. Short time I wanted to do for twenty four hours so the first hour I was upside down the remaining twenty three hours right side up but I wasn't really prepared. I didn't have the money in science. United site just forced it S- and Y'all have a permanent scar on my nose because the mask or away and it was the most miserable experience you can imagine but I did it and it served its purpose. And then the one that you're talking about. I didn't tying swear in it was Got To straitjackets. I wanted to be the first person to try to straitjackets at the same bullshit. Straitjackets you get that you see. Everything inherited these magic using lake. Legitimate Cozy straitjackets. I two of them. I worked with Randy tour these Jim because I wanted him to. Constantly choked me out. I wanted to know what it was delights. What signs would be to know when I was going to go on conscious because the idea was not only going to have to straitjackets on I was going to hang upside down above twenty thousand people? You KNOW THIRTY THIRTY FEET. Thirty stories up and essentially have fifty pounds await basically hanging from one end of a rope. The other end was in new surround my nap and so I had to be very gingerly. Getting that straightjacket up is I was fighting against myself. If I moved a lot the news would get hydro at fifty pounds. I would pass out go unconscious and I wouldn't have been able to accomplish my mission so I had to be very methodical Randy tour and you any out a bunch of times. He talked about the crowder arteries. I did turn my neck and different different techniques and essentially on got that I first jacket off to the point that I could get the road with my teeth. Offer my mouth drop the way everything off and then I got out of glass jacket but I did pay a small Christ side ripped my bicep off of my phone. Complete Ariza.

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"crowder arteries" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"crowder arteries" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Death it should be outlawed it has failed as time and time again did you use office says in a statement prosecutors will continue to follow the law and fairly evaluate all special circumstance cases and seek death against the worst of the worst offenders quite get past you tie KNX ten seventy newsradio federal civil jury has awarded more than thirteen million dollars to the family of a man who died after a fight with three Anaheim cops three years ago three officers fought with Fuhrman valves well for seven minutes trying to subdue it with tasers of physical force finally resorting to a carotid chokehold which instead cut off of any of their supply leading to a coma and death turning your water ocean said the jury's ruling that excessive force was used should send a message of use of the hold is no longer acceptable this Crowder artery hold is a very dangerous hold and the officers are not properly trained and we even when they're properly trained it's a very dangerous holder should not be used well the Anaheim police departments though changed its policy to where the carotid hold could be used of a suspect is assaultive Martirosyan argues it through you should be limited to deadly force encounters or the only other options usual firearm to preserve an officer's life or that of an innocent person in the mid Wilshire district Pete Demetriou okay and extend seventy newsradio yep video that violent confrontation on our website can extend seventy dot com the Orange County district attorney's office cleared the officers of any wrongdoing in connection with that incident two years ago Mike Lyster is a spokesperson for the city of Anaheim he tells KNX the judgment is unwarranted and that the officers took measured and reasonable acts are police have a duty to respond and engage in their only other option would have been to walk away and that is certainly not with the community expects of us when they call for help any loss of life in our city is tragic and we are the first to take a critical look in any encounter we have done so in this case and believe that our officers acted in the best interest of public safety Lyster added that the incident in his words speaks to the devastating impacts of drugs on people families and communities it's two forty two and in mid city on the ten east before Western Avenue there's a disabled vehicle in lines we'll take a closer look at that and other traffic problems coming up in three minutes with loose already tips and fun facts from Paul Kristen indexer total anymore did you know there are over ten thousand wine grape varieties world right here's the thousands of gift possibilities might go to holiday wine is Chardonnay I love it with Turkey and potato pile on the gravy let me show you are more than eight.

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"crowder arteries" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"crowder arteries" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"My brother Douglas J. three prime all sixty two year old Douglas James has been missing for more than two weeks an attorney working with his family says on November fifth CHP officers arrested the man's twin brother Donald James on suspicion of delight and impounded his car Douglas and their dog teddy bear with him Donald says the officers assured him they would take Douglas to the home he shares with his brother in south LA explain to a very clearly get my brother child may give me and I I still have please take them home and they said a war we may get Donald says he was later told the officers drop Douglas and the dog off somewhere in Torrance he was given three different locations and I will look at all that night in a small and nice day I've been looking up in today's date now I've been all downtown skit role showing pages up and everything the dog was found in Wilmington the families filed a missing person report with the LAPD the CHP says in a statement consistent with agency policy the officers drove Douglas James and his dog to a safe public place a Carl's junior in LA Douglas James communicated with the officers freely and logically and exhibited no indication he was unable to care for himself the CHP also says after learning Douglas James has dementia it is reviewing the actions of the officers and will help in any way account to find him let's get this guitar KNX ten seventy newsradio you can see a photo of the missing men on our website can extend seventy dot com the federal civil juries awarded more than thirteen million dollars to the family of a man who died after a fight with three Anaheim police officers three years ago the three officers fought with Fuhrman Valenzuela for seven minutes trying to subdue it with tasers of physical force finally resorting to a carotid chokehold which instead cut off of any of their supply leading to a coma and death turning your water ocean said the jury's ruling that excessive force was used should send a message of use of the hold is no longer acceptable this Crowder artery hold is a very dangerous hold and the officers are not properly trained and we even when they're properly trained is very dangerous holder should not be used well the Anaheim police departments though changed its policy to where the carotid hold could be used of a suspect is assaultive Martirosyan argues it through you should be limited to deadly force encounters or the only other options usual firearm to preserve an officer's life or that of an innocent person in the mid Wilshire district of a tree okay and extend seventy newsradio we have a video that violent confrontation you can see it on our website it's a chaotic send seventy dot com we got a sig alert in studio city on the one on one east will take your traffic coming up in five minutes it it's nine ten.

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"crowder arteries" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"crowder arteries" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Seen since November fifth that's when his twin brother Donald was arrested by the CHP on suspicion of the why and how this car impounded Douglas and their dog teddy bear were with him Donald says the officers assured him they would take Douglas home might later on several chat I should have been on a vise camel telling them they should be able to replace actors in the sand yeah he had a major in old town have asked me to take him home hi there my cell go with you guys do with media please take my brother home he will know where to go when Douglas got home his brother wasn't there he says he H. P. officials told him Douglas and their dog had been dropped off in Torrance he was given three different locations Donald says he's been searching for Douglas ever sense a missing person report was filed with the LAPD the CHP says in a statement Douglas James and his dog were taken was safe public place a Carl's junior in LA officers verified he had a cell phone and his wallet the agency says it is our understanding Douglas James communicated with the officers freely and logically and exhibited no indication he was unable to care for himself but in light of the family statements about his condition the actions of the officers involved are being reviewed click get past guitar KNX ten seventy newsradio you can see a photo of the missing men on our website can extend seventy dot com federal civil juries awarded more than thirteen million dollars to the family of a man who died after a fights with three Anaheim police officers three years ago the three officers fought with Fuhrman Valenzuela for seven minutes trying to subdue it with tasers and physical force finally resorting to a carotid chokehold which instead cut off a man's their supply leading to a coma and death Attorney General Maura Roche you've said the jury's ruling that excessive force was used should send a message of use of the hold is no longer acceptable this Crowder artery hold is a very dangerous hold and the officers are not properly trained and we even when they're properly trained is very dangerous holder should not be used well the Anaheim police departments though changed its policy to where the carotid hold should be used of a suspect is assaultive Martirosyan argues it through you should be limited to deadly force encounters or the only other option is useful firearm to preserve an officer's life or that of an innocent person in the mid Wilshire district of a tree okay and extend seventy newsradio we have video of that confrontation it's on our website can extend seventy dot com the officers were cleared of any wrongdoing in connection with the incident by the Orange County district attorney's office two years ago Michael Lister is a spokesperson for the city of Anaheim he tells KNX the judgment is unwarranted and that the officers took measured and reasonable action or police have a duty to respond and engage and their only other option would have been to walk away that is certainly not with the community expects of us when they call for help any loss of life in our city is tragic and we are the first to take a critical look at any encounter we have done so in this case and believe that our officers acted in the best interest of public safety Lister added that the incident in his words speaks to the devastating impacts of drugs on people families and communities we're checking the rose again at six fifteen including our eye in the sky it will be over the one a one sick alert in Woodland Hills that's all coming up in less than four minutes it's six eleven Capital One you can open a new savings account in about five.

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"crowder arteries" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

The Knife Junkie Podcast

12:53 min | 1 year ago

"crowder arteries" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast

"Ask them you know. Hey My off-base on anything anything from you know my premise. As far as the use of the murder self defense. That is illogical or just doesn't hold up scientific with you're if you're you're definitely on track it was interesting to work with. A guy who was enrolled was also class three firearms newer interesting combination but when I was was teaching. NBC for him He stopped me along way. And he's like you know you're talking about the muscles and tendons and he says you're perfectly accurate as far as echoes knowledge monogamy. You sound but do you realize what you're doing you're logically bell. Please tell me and he said well. What you're doing her logically is nerves basically do two things one one is you have sensory? Perception goes back the brain so he touched up the feels his hot cold rough smooth whatever it is that sensory perception of course the other side side is the brain telling the body were to do is specifically telling body parts the essentially the brain sends out its electrical impulses. When you WANNA move your arm your brain tells the muscles hey contract the movie are well when you cut the mirrors again? What you have is an instantaneous result in higher you go on the arm the higher you go on the limb the closer you get to the root of that mirror the more profound the effect so what we have in NBC or three layers of stopping power through levels of stopping the first is mechanical level which is essentially the muscles and tendons? The second one is in her logical level which is basically cutting the nerves that now allow the brain control the muscles then the third level is essentially cutting the arteries so we know that all of those things are co located so if you were to cut the Bison for example she got the BICEP and cut your. They're cutting inside of the arm. You would also cut. Essentially the median nerve lawler nerve the nerve cluster. That runs out arm. The innovates all the muscles they armed tells it what to do. You'd also take the break you larder. So one cut would literally you all through levels or stopping but the misconception conception that people have is the bleed outright so what people believe is an again a lot of this goes back fairburn. Fairburn was wildly. League's agitating the how short how short a time period is from the time artery sovereign until some. Somebody believes out again. All of his stuff was not scientifically typically sound in its wildly inaccurate. So what we ended up doing stopping policy instantaneous stopping power the even NBC's based on cutting Muscles Russel's independence and the nerves. And then you get time delayed stopping true at Sanguine essentially bleed somebody out so we realize we accept the fact act you know. All three targets are co located but again we're focusing on specific targets for specific reasons the the arteries of basically antler slur is just a byproduct of the rest. Okay so that's not necessarily the the goal at all it. Depending on what level you're going for in in terms of stopping power we acknowledge but we don't count on catch you so again. What's interesting when you look at favors stuff? So for example he will talk about the karate artery and this is again where you have huge misconceptions in the martial arts knife. 'cause you'll hear cliches like going for the Jugular Han. Okay will the jugular vein. So he goes back to eighth grade. Virology Circle Veins Take de oxygenated blood. Low blood pressure back to the heart. Things actually have check valves to help the blood get back to the heart. Then it's run through the heart run to the lungs it's oxygenated and then it's pumped back. Thousands of the body under high blood pressure arteries so arteries are what you weren't cut if you beat someone so the idea of even saying going for the jugular means that really. Don't know what you're going You're you're kind of misguided to begin with because what you would really target if you're cutting neck is a carotid artery which is close by but not the same thing right or according to Fairburn. If you cut the crowder artery. He said that basically five seconds later you'd be unconscious in fourteen seconds later you'd be debt that's bullshit so what it comes down to. Is You have to look hat. First of all the one side of the crowder artery crowder our bilateral she at one any side of the neck or inside is basically Seven and a half percent of your blood flow. So would anyone point seven and a half percent of your total blood volume the slowing through that. What you have to look at is when you lose twenty percent of your blood vong you essentially going to shop at thirty percent udorn conscious because not enough oxygen going to your brain to keep your conscious and at forty percent blood loss at that point? You basically don't have enough oxygen going your brain to keep it alive at that point you start the dot so what you have to think about is what is your heart rate. How much Blood is being pumped out by your heart with each stroke was called stroke lung and then based on the amount of blood is being lost this case. Seven and a half percent with Artery sorry how long does it take you to bleed to thirty percent. Which is where you go unconscious and essential be functionally stopped at two hundred twenty beats per minute? The average person's GonNa take them about sixty eight seconds to bleed drug conscious several her. So you got over a minute that somebody is at at arm's length armed with lethal weapons trying to kill you. You think you're done. Yeah with Adrenalin it. And you're thinking it's fourteen seconds. They got another sixty eh of another fifty five seconds in there that the fourteen seconds according to Fairburn was death so in the age of the gun this is. This is a big thing I hear about because I I I love the Filipino. Martial arts and I love the the aesthetics of knife martial arts I love the concepts what's behind it. I love the movement. I love training it and I hear a lot. Well I would just pull out my gun and shoot you and I say well I've got a gun to. That's not the point but would you you say to people when they questioned the validity of Marshall Knife training in the age of the gun. You hear that a lot. You know the first thing that I say okay. Do you actually have a concealed carry. Well you know I've been meaning to get one. I was going to take a class. It's like okay great so basically the only thing you're shooting off your mouth moment disqualified with If they have a concealed carry permit Are you carrying you carry consistent. Well you know it's kind of uncomfortable looking for the right holster and you get this litany of excuses where it's like okay again back to the logic of defending yourself with any kind of weapon. Whatever you carry on a daily basis is what you're gonNA action us if you're so if you don't have a gun I would shoot him okay? Great with what with the gun. That's backing your gun safe. The guy's going to hang out with free to drive home. Come back shoot him. It doesn't work out so with a nice part of the reason that I became so So passionate about knives also is that I lived overseas for five. Years is a lived in Hong Kong and Bangkok was traveling all over Asia. And and even though I was assigned to embassies consulates over there I couldn't legally own afar because I was a foreign national. I certainly couldn't carry them and Dan. I was working basically in Vietnamese refugee camps and other places around Southeast Asia many of which were a lot of their population was actually actually north Vietnamese gangs so there were just like you know prisons here. You had a lot of improvised edge. Weapons a lot of violence go on those camps and I was also travelling alone Travel from Hong Kong to the Philippines. Spend lots of time. The Philippines on my own Philippines at that time was very active with the national the People's Army the NPA and they were actively carving Americans. So I looked at it and say okay I would love to be able to carry a gun. I love to be able to defend myself with a gun but it's simply not allow. It's not something that I can do. But the Nice I had a diplomatic passport number. Check my bags. I could carry whatever knife wanted to in Thailand. I had to get out of jail. Free hard was. It was great as far as nice gear but the gun simply wasn't an option and we'll look at a lot of people these days even if they do carry on a regular basis basis. If you travel sooner or later your GonNa go to someplace where it's an aunt permissive environment. You don't have reciprocity or if you have to travel overseas again you're you're back to square one. Yeah yeah I I think Obviously gun is a great weapon and if you have it on you more power to Ya. Obviously but I mean I have have a I have a Carry permit and I never carry a gun. It's just too much and it's not Not Quite sure I'm willing to take that on Whereas I hi carry multiple knives on me all the time and maybe because I have the training with that I don't really have tactical gun training? I remember a a seminar with grew Danino. South of he's talking about this was right after nine eleven. He was talking about how he had to change up his airplane carry and how he would eat. Carry a drafting kit with him A Nice metal ruler and some mechanical metal mechanical pencils and he busted them out and started doing sin Awali with them or whatever and showing how. Oh you know these are these are improvised in these are not ideal but if they're all you're allowed to have they will have to do and and if your mindset is strictly projectile if your mindset is strictly I will defend myself with a gun because that's the most powerful inefficient weapon out there and why why bother with anything else you might get caught flat-footed and also what it comes down to if you even if you carry permit if you are a good shooter from marksmanship ship standpoint do you actually have gun fighting skill. Which means if you had her at this point everyone wants to chime in with while the tool to drill twenty one foot rule all stuff again? You have to look at the history. So they're this huge misconceptions about what the one foot rule is in simple terms. All it was was an exercise in relative distance incoming so then is to her when he was teaching his recruits Salt Lake City. PD basically they said. Hey sorry how far away do we have to be. If summer comes running on us with a knife we want to be able to draw and shoot. Before they reaches their qualification courses. Already seven yards so just so happened that it took the average person person about a second half to two seconds from a standing start to run seven yards disproved that distance that also took about a second half to two seconds for them to draw from their holster western. Get around center mass. So they looked at was. Hey it's about seven yards to have a mutual slain. You know at that point. Essentially he's reaching you at the same meantime you're shooting him and it's a wash. That doesn't mean we win. It doesn't mean that your shots are going to stop him before he gets to you and really what Dennis Taylor was starting to teach was. You need to have other options. You'll be able to to move and shoots in great distance. You can move off line you can use different tactics ext to be able to ensure your safety but what ended up happening was when that was coined as a twenty one foot rule when Masa Hubert that up for Swat magazine he called it the twenty one foot rule as soon as coined as a rule that is like oh well. Somebody's got a knife and they're within twenty one feet. You shoot nor yet. And then with all all these misconceptions the bottom line is if you look at Youtube look at videos of people actually attacking people with knives and other contact since weapons what they do using move up real close it get to the point where they can a lunch one or two steps in half. That's the reality of the pack. So even if you have a gun going to your gun initially for this your initial response is GonNa get you kill which you have to have then are emptying skills that allow you to stay alive long enough to earn your draw and then use the gun. And most shooters don't have that. They do ludicrous stuff like speed rocks and all the crap and what it really comes down to again. You're back to that. Mutual slain thing is a lot worse than than just being able to shoot from a march so describe What Marshall Blade concepts is and also d you integrate guns into that training? I do So Marshall by concepts would it really is again. It was kind of what I hoped for four years ago when I got into this stuff when a really wanted to learn how to use a knife as a practical self defense weapon because they didn't have access anything else so it really is a it's a Practical Self.

"crowder arteries" Discussed on Nutrition Rounds Podcast

Nutrition Rounds Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"crowder arteries" Discussed on Nutrition Rounds Podcast

"And I guess at the end of a year he had lost forty pounds in eliminated erectile dysfunction, all his and China had disappeared his one remaining crowded artery. That was ninety percent balked was. Now, sixty five percent block. Pretty still it was a great citing exciting. I just before you go onto the next door. I just wanna comment that you You know. know there. There's really no medication that can do that. And so I think that's a cre- to learning point is that we don't have a medication that's going to get rid of plaque. And we don't have a medication that's going to really make those kinds of differences for your entire body closer to the home of of VO appears regularly at our sense of counseling some are. Because it's so important. I think when you're doing this one of the things we do as we wrap up of a have several local or regional participants who had a successful experience share their story with those in attendance who an-and say themselves. Listen if she can do this. I can do this. This is a divine hero gentlemen, who was about forty pounds, overweight when he had fifty five had a small stroke has plaque and as right Crowder artery, and they paid on it and. It was a fail and it was completely -cluded. So he was living on his one remaining left crowded. He really had excellent. Excellent coverage from his from his stroke. And then he'd being again has noticed that his left leg was he'd have to you get disqualifications pain in his camp after he walked up a maybe a half Bacher. So and progressively got worse to the point where at night when he put his leg up in bed, lying flat. It began to get this referee, numbness tingling, and he had a disease in the feminine and superficial femoral arteries, and they said, we'll take these drugs. We'll see how that works late in the work got progressively worse. And they said we have to operate on your leg before we do that. You've got so much disease in this left keratin. We oughta we're gonna have to do that before we can create on your way. So he was very happy, hence, knowing what happened the time that he'd previously had surgery on his right karate engine closed off of. But fortunately, this operation was successful. Now, they're ready to tackle his lay. And they've I try with a engine Plassey with Catherine in that was unsuccessful then they operated on in that was unsuccessful. So the on again in that was unsuccessful amazing about you'd better get along with these drugs and funny found us as actually his wife found us over the internet, and he came in. He was absolutely totally one hundred percent implant and within several months now could walk literally most nonstop for forty five minutes. Five went, no more. Love symptoms is pre diabetic state was lost. And he absolutely is a wonderful. Of the benefits of fish nutrition. I think that also is a great point that vascular disease, having sometimes people always, and, you know, it's American heart month in February and people always associate cardiovascular disease with just heart attacks, which heart attacks courses, we know vascular diseases, the number one killer in the country and also most developed countries worldwide. But it's it's interesting for you to point out. Also, I think sometimes people forget about peripheral vascular disease qualification can be absolutely life. Limiting for people there. They become completely not ambulatory. And every any it ruins their daily living and activties. And it's I think it's brilliant for you to point out how Hofu plant based nutrition can help obviously not even just the vascular during your coronary arteries, which is incredibly important, but also throughout your body oil. This is a this is so powerful that is literally everybody every vessel in your body..

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"crowder arteries" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"crowder arteries" Discussed on WCTC

"Progress in the better he needs is vote he's a republican he needs that vote he'd better get along better respect what he's doing orwell nor our our our our group conquered a murder or crowd where are how are you crew now law it's very difficult for the fear jim in and they're talking about repeal repeal repeal would if they replace it with almost the exact same plan all you did was cannabis rename it and give it back to the people of crowder artery that's the risk that you're on that it's no different interest has a different title in on route could i grubbingup groner remember when i wrote a poor you're right and it's the preexisting conditions that will continue to be the thing that goes on with this yard glory will not be over 300 it would be air larry arnn turn around requirement they rebranding if you will that's right right all right we're proper that eye brit your duty you jim thank you as always you think jim should be the fourth and command i think so this was a delta airlines pilot and a flight attendant apparently had a throwdown at the airport that caused a delay of a plane of two hours if i'm on that plane and there's a two hour delay because a pilot and a flight attendant decided to settle disagreement with fists and i had a sit there for two hours i just might give somebody some to my own fiftyfouryearold pilot had a dispute with a 26yearold flight attended prior to take off aboard the plane down that was suppose the flight of portland maine he and the attendant exchange words in the aisle does anybody have a video that somebody had to be role on a cell phone video of this where the pilot called the plo the flight attendant a piece of blank right in front of all the passengers while is conversation described as racist in consider right and unprofessional g thank each alleged the other had aggressively grabbed the others arm what is this over it's about flying the plane worthy possibly fighting about as many as six port authority police officers some carrying what are described as usual reasons interviewed flight attendants in the.

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"crowder arteries" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"crowder arteries" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"David in shirt on your on the doc wash for show i even learn how to say short and right how are you and i'm doing really good let me tell you exactly what happened my grandfather was an exact same situation they it that image eight eight way that they possibly couldn't everything and everything with collapse the only thing that could do it but it and that's corrado artery well and he with dying it was actually nothing that they were going to do the sabres life yeah so we had to make the decision to get there you know the them through that crowder artery or i mean you know just i mean it what it was just yeah we were just prolonging the inevitable they'll philip exactly the same situation at what we were you know trying to kill him it was just like you know how barty's go to keep the personalize yeah yeah and the doctor said you know that he's not going to win but we can do this keeping the live longer you have to make the decision at one point the you know the guy's been through a lot yeah well so that's exactly go hit i'm sorry onside him interrupt you go you know you know you just have to make that decision then is it it it heartbreaking you know but you know when a person has gone of course they can go and you know if you tuesday another day or two he's not going to get better right you just you just have to say that you know we finally have to let him go they they've been medically can keep them alive but it growing up yeah i see i guess the my frame of reference as i was saying where the nancy presented terry shallow cases which are very different that's number one and the number two when my grandmother i guess you is i sit eighty nine earlier get shoes about eighty six when she had her stroke and heart attack and she was in a loss been old and she's.

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