17 Burst results for "Dan Fitzgerald"

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:56 min | 3 months ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Has a look at Jackson, Glenn. And the right hander back to the plate good basketball again quickly ahead to Jay's Grady Owen to Jason struck out and grounded out. Coach Fitzgerald goes through the signs of third DB use version of fits the legendary coach for John Stockton and Many others back in the days when Gonzaga was a very good program. It took Coach Munson and then mark few to take it to great heights. The strike to pitch low and and ball 11 and two but vets Legendary coach and we have a Dan Fitzgerald working here. The associate head coach and recruiting coordinator, calling the offense from the Third base coaching box. One ball and two strikes to Jay's Grady Jackson Glenn at first one out in the fourth. 321 db you fastball taken strike three called two down. Well spotted that beautifully for his second strikeout. And now call more makes his way to the play More big right handed hitter. A left handed hitter. Pardon me. From Georgetown, Texas, and another transfer. From McLennan Community College. Coach Ebner. Working the transfer market. Vigorously in building the solid program that he has it. Dallas Baptist University coal more is homered and walked And the first pitch from well, Mrs Ball one want to know? Coach Fitzgerald going through the signs at third. You wonder now, if with two down If we might see Glenn, who hasn't been caught stealing this year, 13 for 13 db you as a club 84 100 might be looking to take off fresh throws over. There are one hopper. Knocked down by Ryan Oberg..

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"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"So Please get the vaccine President Biden into Twitter message Today, as vaccines were open to everyone, 16 and older, According to the CDC data, roughly half of all American adults have received at least one dose of the vaccine is the study in Britain to reinfect young covert survivors. CBS is Vicki Barker explains why they're doing it. The plan is to expose adult recent covert survivors under the age of 32 the coronavirus to see whether or under what conditions they can catch it again. Study leader Helen McShane's information Then be used to develop better vaccines to test better vaccines and to test and develop new tree that the results should be known by the end of the year. Figure. Barker CBS News London Red Sox play the game today at Fenway Park. They won by the way. Red Sox manager Alex Cora says some of his players getting their first covert vaccinations at Fenway Park before the game today Course said he already got his first shot. He'll get his second with another group on Wednesday. Declined to say how many players were getting the vaccine. Though he did say he was confident the Red Sox would get to the 85% vaccination threshold that Major League Baseball would like to see each club reach. No marathon today on what normally would be Marathon Monday. Patriots Day in Massachusetts. It is the second year in a row, no runners or marathon fans WBC TV's Nick Giovanni on what the marathon means for the businesses along the route. Heading up the Newton Hills Mild 20 is where Heartbreak Hill running company has set up shop since 2012 R Company is named after The hardest part of America's oldest marathon co founder, Dan Fitzgerald, says the bulk of the business has historically been built around the days leading up to the marathon from retail sales to training so that energizes the business. Really.

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"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:46 min | 6 months ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Saga is not a college basketball blue blood. At this point, you just have not been paying attention to the 22 years of Mark Few's tenure, I tell you, it all started Dan Fitzgerald Good buddy, but to the tournament in 95 Denny Monsoon in 99. Then Mr Fuse been and everyone says that hopefully on the drive, lost the handle gets it to his brother Isaiah on the left block. Isaiah Mobley in the paint Hook shot over. Kiss Bird is good on a 71 52 lead for Gonzaga. They'll started before quickly long pass ahead to II. Exit out now to Aaron Cook. Here's name. Heart feeds foul line to Arya back out to kiss for extra pass tipped over to Cook three on the left wing. That's good. Aaron Cook has 8 74 52 Gonzaga by 22. He waves to Cory Kiss practice, but could a shout it from the top of the key cook was all by himself, Tajani trying to answer and he does with a three on the right wing for USC, 74 55 or they come up the floor. Pittsburgh turns down the three They go so fast off made basket even to get down the floor and set up offensively II at the foul line hesitates backs it out. Now left side name Heart will drive into the paint dishes to kiss for cutting from the right side. His shot won't go tip try won't go gets his own rebound. Here's cook to name heart on the left wing and don't reset with 15 to shoot to four point blank shots just to say what kind of shot was that Kiss just missed him. They're up by 50 points 19 for those sticklers for detail on the ball tipped out of bounds. It's going to stay on the Gonzaga into the floor with three to shoot last trip up the floor offensively, Mark few was bark and he was really upset that Taj 83. The shot was contested market. His left hand extended up..

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"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:09 min | 8 months ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"New Englanders. Bill George recently, the American Lung Association came out with their state of tobacco control report. It's got some interesting findings, and we're gonna talk this morning a little bit about what it means for Rhode Islanders. Here to talk to us from the American Lung Association is Dan Fitzgerald, these national senior manager of the advocacy Hi, Dan. He bill. Thanks for having me It's our pleasure, and also Jennifer Wallace with a She's the director of Tobacco Free Rhode Island. Hi, Jen. Bill. Thanks for having me. Yeah, He's our pleasure, Dan. And just to kind of fill people in on what we're talking about here. Tell us about what is the State of tobacco control report? Yeah, well, this is an annual report from the American Lung Association, and it's called our State of Tobacco Control report is actually our 19th annual in. Basically, this report shows the project the progress and failures of the States and the federal government to prevent and reduce tobacco use. So ultimately, the report grade states and the federal government based on whether the state and federal laws protect Americans from the enormous toll. That we know tobacco used takes on lives and also on the economy, so basically it serves as a blueprint for what state and federal leaders need to do to ultimately eliminate the death and disease caused by tobacco use. Right, And now this is done on a state by state basis, so we actually can see what's happening here in Rhode Island, So tell us about some of the things that they found in Rhode Island. Yeah, For sure. So, the State of Tobacco control report found that while Rhode Island has taken significant steps to reduce tobacco use, including prohibiting the sale of flavored e cigarettes in the state elected officials have a lot more that they need to do to protect you from all tobacco products s So we know that currently about a third of teens, Vape Our Children are becoming the next generation. Unfortunately, they're addicted to tobacco. So you faII ping in tobacco use over. All we know is largely actually driven by flavored tobacco products. So this year, our report has added a new state grade calling for policies to end the sale of all flavored tobacco products specifically, including menthol cigarettes. S O. Rhode Island actually received a D grade in this category, recognizing its progress and restricting flavored cigarettes in all locations but still need for a lot more action. In our state. You know, we fared fairly well in in some categories. We received an a for our smoke free air policies and a B for tobacco taxes. But we did not fare quite as well in the remaining categories. We received A C for access to cessation or quit resource is On. And as I just mentioned a D for the policy restricting flavored tobacco products in our final grade is actually an F and that's for tobacco prevention in control program funding. In fact, the report actually found that Rhode Island brings in about $188.4 Million from tobacco tax revenue in just a mere $395,000 is invested in state tobacco control programs. On Gui know that the CDC the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, recommends that we actually would need to spend about $12.8 million in Rhode Island to make a dent in This tobacco control work. So needless to say, that $400,000 comes for beneath that CDC recommended level so you're saying compared to other states, so other states Generally if we're in f them worth, we're the bottom of that the rank on that. So you're saying almost every other state takes a higher portion off their cigarette tax and puts it back into things like like, you know, this more than cessation information. You nailed it Interesting. Gen Wall is with tobacco free Rhode Island. So, Jen, I want to talk a little bit about some of the things that are being done to fight tobacco use here in Rhode Island s O. So tell us a little bit about the work that you do. Absolutely. Um, hearing Rhode Island. Ah, we have a program called Tobacco Free Rhode Island and where a statewide network that's made up of organizations. And individuals who are working together to reduce tobacco and nicotine use, which is the leading cause of preventable death in our state. We receive funding from the Department of Health in Rhode Island and where How is that the American Lim Association in Rhode Island. Where a central coordinator for all things tobacco, which doesn't only include cigarettes, but it also includes cigarette alternatives, um, which are cheap and flavored, and they come and flashy packaging to attract kids. This includes things like little cigars and cigarillos snooze chewing tobacco as well as nicotine products like E cigarettes. Cuca in Vaping. Our membership consists of 100, incredible, local, state and national organizational partners. Hand individuals who are working closely to create policy change. And also, we have, um Program called Tobacco Free. Ambassadors and, um These are some of our efforts to end the youth Vaping epidemic and empower youth and young adults who are passionate about tobacco prevention and control initiatives are tobacco free Ambassadors program was piloted in August of 2000 and 19, and it consists of youth and young people from around our state aging 14 to 21. Who encouraged their peers in communities to stand up against big tobacco and become the next tobacco free generation and anybody who's interested in joining forces with us. Can get involved in tobacco Free Rhode Island and our youth movement by visiting our Web site at tobacco Free hyphen R I dot or g'kar..

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"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

05:46 min | 8 months ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

"We we we struggle that after that. But i It was a time in my life but the problem i had is after teaching five math classes. I didn't know if i wanted to coach anymore. I was so tired. You know you'd already. You've already done. Basically five practices Before you got the practice in so You know. I kind of started doubting coaching really. What is what i wanted to do. So i went to the final four that year and And i met jean Swimming pool and And actually everybody thinks my dad got me in. But my mom knew bartos from the nike coaches trip and And so she's talking to mrs bartolo and he asked me what i was doing everything and i i said i i wanna get. I wanna be a graduate assistant somewhere. And he's really icees his. I lost my graduation. The he asked me two questions. I never forget you have a car. I said yeah and he said. Are you married. I said no. He said i might have a spot for you. You know so You know i was like beverly hillbillies a packed up the truck yet in moved across country to to birmingham alabama for two years. And the time of my life. That's where you know when you talk about coaches. That's where i really learned. Always tell people that that. I learned what it was to be a coach from my dad. And he's coke. 'cause i was around them as a kid really formulated as you know you know you really see the back. You know backstage pass. What is the What is the coach. But i learned xs and os and how how to coach. Dan fitzgerald gonzaga in june barbecues. Gene bartos really interesting. Because my dad and judd. We're just so old school. You know. Daily dozen twelve different ways to shoot lay in you know left hand On a off the right foot on the left side. Jean bartow which is the opposite. Darned if you can't shoot with the left hand why would you use it. just you know. Get that mall it. Don't that ball. I mean he was a very simplistic Great coach in a whole different way in. So i learned a whole bunch of birmingham. Those two years okay. So your you know your your life was a pacific northwest in moscow and then lansing in the back of it was cheney and then to lansing and then to moscow and the to organ. So you arrive. In birmingham alabama birmingham alabama. What's your first memories of opening up your car door and what that early part of your life is like a you know i love my experience i just was taken back by people still fighting the civil war there. You know you know and and and as you have year like this year with the black lives matter movement and stuff. I remember going for a jog my first week and went to the track there. And it's so humid and going to the getting a drink and finding y water was so cold and it was one of those ovation with just a little knobs. That you didn't touch water was just always running. And i looked down and a habit in grade. F h o r f. W for whites. Only and i was like. You're kidding me. I was just taken back. That the that would still be on a drinking fountain You know in nineteen eighty seven and even One time Gene bartow comes in and he was just a master of you didn't know what when he asked dan months to get in my office. I need you and you know your graduate assistant. You're running in you don't you. Don't one time it's you know A you don't anything this afternoon. No coach what you need. He said well my my darn cool guy quit on me. Ruth need some.

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"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on The Family Crime Cast

The Family Crime Cast

04:17 min | 10 months ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on The Family Crime Cast

"And i believe them i saw and i left so she chichi obviously is afraid of. What was the other reason you think that she didn't want to. I just didn't think she would get involved. I mean unfortunately a lot of people that just don't want to get involved. And she believe it or not. He had given her anna lesser witches ring which took off so creepy. It was an. What did you guys do if you talk to her. First thing we did was we got his background. We found out he'd been in state prison serving a life sentence for previous murder We found out where he lived at various times if he was paroled and we then obtained a search warrant and an arrest warrant from a superior court judge and the detectors initiated a plan. And because we knew there were a lot of weapons in house and there were a lot of weapons in house So their plan was to have one of the cops be placed under arrest in the backyard of begging world's apartment complex Under the understanding that he was arrested for attempted burglary so it was like a setup to pretend like the cops there to arrest somebody else and then they they arrested the cup was kennedy put the cuffs behind him and then knocked on the back door and begging world and his wife come out and you know this is. This is funny. In retrospect they caught. This guy was trying to burglarize your house. And i know he's okay and it was and then we took. They took begging me and then we went into the house. And what did you. Where did you find in the house. Poisonous snake- evolving. Who's in a puff. Puff adder puff adder. We found various poisons. We found guns throughout the house. You've got some date rape drugs to all god We found a ring. Oh wow Which was important And then in the other apartment darrin fitzgerald lived theresa. Smith said there was a secret room there and there was a secret room there there a mirror full length mirror probably about six feet by three feet and looking at it and wanted guys opened it up and sure enough. There was a door and fitzgerald was in there with a gun. What's true so he was there he was there. He was in a rosy. Yeah so let's talk about dan fitzgerald because he becomes a key witness to you in this case what was his involvement. And what did he kind of. Come out to you guys. Fitzgerald's lawyer came up to me. We were we were friends No known each other for a long time as a matter of fact his lawyer was my daughter's godfather. Yeah and said you know. I got information on this you know. My client has information on his. What's the information and he told us and Which was you know a number of bodies and we're they were so we sat down found out about the bodies so he just kind of came to you guys all know he was under the arrest. He was under arrest. He was under arrest. But i was. I was fearful might. My fear was that..

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"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:22 min | 10 months ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Um, and important policies to help reduce secondhand smoke is a really huge way for us to mitigate that, and the second leading cause of lung cancers actually raid on exposure, and this is something I don't think we talk enough about. But Radan is actually a code colorless, odorless radioactive gas that exists naturally in our soil. On that actually comes through the soil and oftentimes enters buildings through small gaps and cracks. S O. We estimate that every one end of every 15 homes and some studies point to even like as much as one and four homes here in New England are subject to raid on exposure. S o. You know, we know that that pair with some of these other aspects like cigarette smoke could be ah, huge risks so something we can do that's really easy would be the test our homes for raid on. On. That's actually really inexperience. Inexpensive, easy to use test that's sold in most hardware stores. Yeah, actually, I've done it in in our homes in the past and And you have to stick with it. You know, because you know, I think most people It's something you don't think of, You know? Maybe maybe they did a test. They should have done a test when you had a home inspection when you bought the house, you know how long ago was that? You never know. Sometimes they do come back Inconclusive, which is one of the things that happen to us one time. And it took us a while to get back to doing it. But it is very important. You say you've got something in your home. That is that's toxic, colorless, odorless, and it certainly ebbs and flows throughout the year. So something we should be testing more often. Yeah. So talking with Dan Fitzgerald. He's from the American Lung Association. Just this week, they put out their state of lung cancer report here in Rhode Island, Dan what of the other findings that we should know about in this report? Yeah, that's you know, that's a good question, I think are, you know final real findings here is that ultimately there's more treatment options available for lung cancer. Now, more than ever. Yet not everyone is receiving treatment following diagnosis. So even though we ranked as the seventh best state in this category, still 11% of those diagnosed did not receive any form of treatment. And there certainly Many different barriers that may be in the way they're so you know, One thing we're highlighting throughout these reports is that there's so much more that we need to do to protect her residents from lung cancer. So here in Rhode Island, governor Amando must do more.

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"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

10:27 min | 1 year ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Episode fifteen and today will be heading to the rooftop pool at the colonnade hotel in the back bay where there is a recent work out early in the morning on a nice summer day I checked out those whose it is a really cool time book before we jump into that let's just quickly recap the less last episode we previewed the upcoming pan mass challenge which is this weekend all across Massachusetts we we talked to PMCs founder and executive director Billy star I really encourage you to check out last week's episode the PMCs just incredible event you know they're they're they do such such great things for for cancer research and I encourage all of you to to get involved in some way whether it's the participating in the future volunteering or donating to the cause just so important now on to this week I I met up with Dan fitz Gerald he is the co founder of heartbreak hill running company he was recently at the rooftop pool at the colonnade hotel and in he was helping lead of this work out and it was it was very cool is yoga outside to is aber K. out in and out and they went for a run as well so a lot going on there and and I want to bring you out there to those about ten days ago up on the roof top pool at the colonnade hotel so here we go bricks over here at the top of the colonnade hotel rooftop pool we're here with Dan fitzgerald and Dan today you had a yoga workout of Ron you know a killer out work out how how did today go today was great my wife is actually the older grew in the family this was just run some ads and a little stretch before and then dip in the pool here at the call center how did the how did this idea come about to do it up here on the call on it well a couple years ago the the colonnade was looking for some programming up here and and my wife is world renowned your knee and clear the runners really okay center and she created the yoga experience up here on the roof about five years ago and then this year they wanted to broaden the programming and utilize her as as the the guy in the programming so obviously we talk she's my wife has a lot of the guitar players up there I think we could do a bit of fun and and enjoy the pool so that was the catalyst so this is one of a series where they also be New York City ballerina here is doing marched our ballet infused work out I could get my life will be happening I would be doing this run again on August and how many times of the summer so the Rebecca summer training series which is the non yoga programming I believe they're five or six sessions and you'll get everyone's at all at six forty five AM and it's a pretty popular up here yeah yeah it says you can see it's a it's a beautiful spaces are really I think it's the only rooftop pool in the city of Austin has so much happening in the support I don't know if you have something over there do but right here on top for your work is pretty cool it's like you're on vacation yeah yeah I'm very comfortable cation inside boss yeah the what was the reaction today from from people who participated in it and you know the full work yeah other at the I mean it's it's R. as as the Heartbreakers my my mission is to always bring excellence and running and and high level running program to everybody you know filtering down the lead training tools and and training philosophies into everyday runners and then this this one is more just fine we have an opportunity to take advantage of a luxury experience in it do a little run and and some core work then something on take advantage so this was a this was in you know having fun while working out I've been finding a lot more of those in the city do you do you see that as well it's more of a trend to get more people involved you know maybe people who had it been and it working out as much but yeah but then you had a little fun into it and and it really gets them out yeah I think people realize once once they once they get to these types of events yeah we hosted Tuesday morning track session at MIT six thirty every Tuesday morning and a lot of people are two minutes ago and you know high level fitness people we had in you know in economics instructor who was intended to come or track work out you know I think if you think about track practice or high school you know and I can feel intimidating as an adult but it's not that you know my my job is to make sure that what I say often is deliver everything a runner needs wherever they are and and make it fun you know meet meet every runner where they are making so near ninety on a Tuesday morning it's it's my job to make sure that we can help you elevate your game with dynamic stretching active drills full speed work warm up cool down have strength abstract afterwards and all that stuff is generally just confusing sounding in jargon sounding but when you're there it's not at all it's just your guided by Pacers and me as your coach and it's just a a really fun powerful track and field the foundational experience that we get to deliver in a and a more fun personable way because we're not trying to be world leaders were just trying to be better than we were yesterday but it has every speed you know if you're going to run a sixty minute five K. through a five thirty five minutes five K. than we have someone like you represented had had at that track session and you know we get about a hundred fifty people and every every Tuesday morning and that's about it yeah that's a good intro into what it feels like to be a part of what we do our that I see that I see it's at like six thirty four on the dot at six thirty four how did that a out of the six thirty that is a carry over from when Nike run clubs Nike plus Runkle blotched five years ago in Boston I was hired to be the head coach of the running program here Boston Boston's a second city to watch that and that was a global running club at the time and and this the legend is that build our men that could one of the co founders of Nike and legendary coach or again started practices and meetings at odd times so that people would all up on that at that time rather than if you say six thirty people kinda filter and around six thirty five so that the precision teach people's interest and I made one time so that's something I I kind of like the legend and I thought okay we'll keep that that's that's very cool and then how long has Heartbreakers so a hundred kill running companies been around for ten years will celebrate a big ten year anniversary bash will be the last Thursday in October that's ten years there but the team the Heartbreakers was founded for starting our sixty here so that was really founded out of no one will open the two thousand nine is a story in the first place to offer a free you know three X. for let's be work out at the time there is a strong club and a couple other places where the job and I always as a former eight hundred meter honoring collegiate athlete I I never understood people who self identified as runners but didn't do speed or half hour because I I thought they were really missing the benefit that they could derive from just one hard a week making their legs were differently so my mission was to introduce that to people and realize that it could be fun and started that in two thousand nine we opened in October the end of October we started out in November the gal sitting behind you is the first person to ever walk into any it's actually ever had heartbreaker member and she walked in that day and we you know it is a disease do you work out and then what happened was it grew and people wanted more so we started to Tuesday group that was a a group that was much longer form work out so identically near what we were doing division line college cross country and track and field just at the speed of that group and then that morphed into realizing that there's a need for people to have more guidance you know I also coach about a thousand charity runners for realizing all of these different things the fact that I my best friends are still the as I ran track was in college as coaching or group on Thursdays and they were they wanted more I could I could feel their people and and then with the charity athletes I could I think maybe realize the connective already now I mean we all know we connect the all the time but but the way that I could connect with the athletes and inspire their training through just a weekly newsletter geared toward something they care about is the Boston Marathon something I just realized we could combine all these things into a really powerful team experience that everyone can have whether you're training for us or not you know it's a lot of races out there that could use a little bit more guidance so that was really all those three things are the foundational principles are foundational experiences I had that maybe create and new in his the flagship would you would you call the flagship store I think that's fair yes it is it's the namesake yeah yeah we didn't know what to call themselves up regularly yeah it's like right at the bottom of the names of heartbreak yep yep right at mile twenty on the Boston Marathon course so it's a really important part of any marathon it's incredibly for part of Boston Marathon and we're excited to be there that was our second story of the night twenty twelve a week before the twenty twelve marathon and it's a two and a half years after the up in the south Tampa yeah that's that now we re did that space and we have a community space there really really nice were excited at almost double the space there and and and not doubling the retail is about the same size three left the retelling we really just opened up the other side of the.

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"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

11:56 min | 2 years ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Here at the top of the colonnade hotel rooftop pool we're here with Dan fitzgerald and Dan today you had a yoga workout of Ron you know a killer out work out how how did today go today was great my wife is actually the owner grew in the family this was just a run some ads in a little stretch before and then dip in the pool here at the call center how did the how this idea come about to do it up here on the call on it well a couple years ago the the colonnade was looking for some programming up here and and my wife is world renowned yogi and clear the runners really okay center and she created the yoga experience up here on the roof about five years ago and then this year they wanted to broaden the programming and utilize her as as the the guy in the programming so obviously we talk she's my wife has a lot of the get our records up there I think we could have fun and and enjoy the pool so that was the catalyst so this is one of a series where they also be New York City ballerina here is doing of our style work out ballet infused work out I could get my life will be happening I would be doing this run again on August and how many times of the summer so the Rebecca summer training series which is the non yoga programming I believe there are five or six sessions and you'll get everyone's at all at six forty five AM and it's a pretty popular up here yeah yeah it says you can see it's a it's a beautiful spaces are really I think it's the only rooftop pool in the city of Austin has so much happening in the support I don't know if you have something over there do but right here on south where you work it feels pretty cool feels like you're on vacation yeah yeah I'm very comfortable cation inside boss yeah the what was the reaction today from from people who participated in it and you know the full work yeah other at the I mean it's it's R. as as the Heartbreakers my my mission is to always bring excellence and running and and high level running program to everybody you know filtering down the lead training tools and and training philosophies into everyday runners and then this this one is more just fine we have an opportunity to take advantage of a luxury experience in do a little run and and some core work then something on take advantage so this was a this was in you know having fun while working out I've been finding a lot more of those in the city do you do you see that as well this is more of a trend to have more people involved you know maybe people who had it been that it working out as much but yeah but then you had a little fun into it and and it really gets them out yeah I think people realize once once they once they get to these types of events yeah we hosted Tuesday morning track session at MIT six thirty every Tuesday morning and a lot of people are two minutes ago and you know high level fitness people we had in you know in economics instructor who was intended to come or track work out you know I think if you think about track practice or high school you know and I can feel intimidating as an adult but it's not that you know my my job is to make sure that what I say often is deliver everything a runner needs wherever they are and and make it fun you know meet meet every runner where they are making so your near ninety on a Tuesday morning it's it's my job to make sure that we can help you elevate your game with dynamic stretching active drills full speed work warm up cool down have strength abstract afterwards and all that stuff is generally just confusing sounding in jargon sounding but when you're there it's not at all it's just your guided by Pacers and me as your coach and it's just a a really fun powerful track and field the foundational experience that we get to deliver in a and a more fun personable way because we're not trying to be world leaders were just trying to be better than we were yesterday but it has every speed you know if you're gonna run a sixty minute five K. through a five thirty five minutes five K. then we have someone like you represented had had at that track session and you know we get about a hundred different people and every every Tuesday morning and that's about it yeah that's a good intro into what it feels like to be a part of what we do that I see that I see it's at like six thirty four on the dot at six thirty four how did that the thought of the six thirty that is a carry over from when Nike run clubs Nike plus runs a lot five years ago in Boston I was hired to be the head coach of the running program here Boston Boston's a second city to launch that and that was a global rank on at the time and and this the legend is that build our men that could one of the co founders of Nike and legendary coach or again started practices and meetings at odd times so that people would show up on that at that time rather than if you say six thirty people kinda filter in around six thirty five so that the precision teach people's interest and then it times that's something I I kind of like the legend and I thought okay we'll keep that that's that's very cool and then how long has Heartbreakers so a hundred kill running companies been around for ten years will celebrate a big ten year anniversary bash will be the last Thursday in October that's ten years there but the team the Heartbreakers was founded for reading or sixty here so that was really founded out of you know when we open at two thousand nine is a story of the first place to offer a free you know three X. for let's be work out at the time there is a strong club and a couple other places where the job and I always as a former eight hundred meter honoring collegiate athlete I I never understood people who self identified as runners but didn't do speed or half hour because I I thought they were really missing the benefit that they could derive from just one hard a week making their legs were differently so my mission was to introduce that to people and realize that it could be fun and started that in two thousand nine we opened in October the end of October we started out in November the gal sitting behind you is the first person to ever walk into any it's actually ever had heartbreaker member and she walked in that day and we you know it is a disease be work out and then what happened was a groom and people wanted more so we started to Tuesday group that was a group that was much longer form work out so identically near what we were doing division line college cross country and track and field just at the speed of that group and then that morphed into realizing that there's a need for people to have more guidance you know I also coach about a thousand charity runners for realizing all of these different things the fact that I my best friends are still the as I ran track was in college as coaching or group on Thursdays and they were they wanted more I could I could feel their people and and then with the charity athletes I could I think maybe realize the connective power the now we all know we connect the all the time but but the way that I could connect with the athletes and inspire their training through just a weekly newsletter geared toward something to care about on to something I just realized we could combine all these things into a really powerful team experience state that everyone can have whether you're training for us or not you know it's a lot of races out there that could use a little bit more guidance so that was really all those three things are the foundational principles are foundational experiences I had that maybe create and new and is the flagship would you would you call the flagship store I think that's fair yes it is it's the namesake yeah we don't know what to call themselves are regularly yeah it's like right at the bottom of the names of heartbreak yep yep right mile twenty on the Boston Marathon course so it's a really important part of any marathon is incredibly for part of Boston Marathon and we're excited to be there that was our second story of the nine twenty twelve a week before the twenty twelve marathon it's a two and a half years after the up in the south and but yeah that's that now we re did that space and we have a community space there really really nice we're excited to have almost doubled the space there and and and not doubling the retail is about the same size three left the retelling we really just opened up the other side of the storm with lockers inform rollers and again those community events and really power of our running game and events game and and and also Cambridge and a Cambridge story are gamers store we opened and summer twenty sixteen and that one has full service running shop like the others about the same size on the retail side but then we have a twenty one way treadmill channel studio heads I read all the programming for that to be basically like a high bar trapper did invite delivered in a way that you can fall behind you have a coach there with you the whole time you can work at your own speed with people or all different speeds with the music of the lakes and it really a fun and high energy way to experience a people say the treadmill I can agree with the more again now I need to get on the treadmill and I'll say all right all the twenty minutes and then five minutes and I called like a to fifteen at the really great and you know by the time at seven minutes I say alright if I get ten minutes I'd be a great run to but in its there when you're in the studio contacts and someone is motivating you and talking you know you're no longer mustering the the mental energy to stay you know at that days or it's just a it's a much much different all of a sudden you can do an hour and a half to work I realize for as having a mental work out of your life to get ten minutes at my expense yeah that's that's really cool you wrote a program to get people get people go in and say yes all the work outs that we do you know I I I tried it just translate them into time format on the treadmill anyway what's lost sometimes when you talk to former track and field athletes who only think about the world and in a high level track and field way how much did you do in forty five minutes the question I got exactly as we shall not be named and I said well think about any track or think about the hardest wrecker ekka you ever did as a as a young man and how much time we are actually running to transfer two hours to wind up for maybe twenty minutes that could be shorter you do a stretch the the lady out of what you did for intervals even if it's twenty by four hundred meters that much time it's not that long so it's it's also slightly compressed into a really thoughtful work out you don't have to think about as as the athlete in the room but we have probably a bank of forty classes are so that our instructors are drawing on you know with four different times formats you know summer string string and running based and some are just but all delivered to just be the strength classes I I like them to be incorporated in people's routine as potentially as an easy day if if your for taking a running fight a little bit easier you can get carried away in there if you're not careful and then they're running classes are great substitutes for what would be a hard work on the track of temple run.

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"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"The rooftop pool at the colonnade hotel in the back bay where there is a recent work out early in the morning on a nice summer day I checked out those whose it is a really cool time book before we jump into that let's just quickly recap the less last episode we previewed the upcoming pan mass challenge which is this weekend all across Massachusetts we we talked to PMCs founder and executive director Billy star I really encourage you to check out last week's episode the PMCs just incredible event the you know they're they're they do such such great things for for cancer research and I encourage all of you to to get involved in some way whether it's the participating in the future volunteering or donating to the cause just so important now on to this week I I met up with Dan fitz Gerald he is the co founder of her pre kill running company he was recently at the rooftop pool at the colonnade hotel and in he was helping lead of this work out and it was it was very cool is yoga outside to is aber K. out in and out and they went for a run as well so a lot going on there and and I want to bring you out there to those about ten days ago up on the roof top pool at the colonnade hotel so here we go bricks over here at the top of the colonnade hotel rooftop pool we're here with Dan fitzgerald and Dan today you had a yoga workout of Ron you know a killer out work out how how did today go today was great my wife is actually the owner grew in the family this was just a run some ads in a little stretch before and then dip in the pool here at the call center how did the how did this idea come about to do it up here on the call on it well a couple years ago the the colonnade was looking for some programming up here and and my wife is world renowned yogi and clear the runners really okay center and she created the yoga experience up here on the roof about five years ago and then this year they wanted to broaden the programming and utilize her as as the the guy in the programming so obviously we talk she's my wife has a lot of the get our records up there I think we could have fun and and enjoy the pool so that was the catalyst so this is one of a series where they also be New York City ballerina here is doing a bar style work out LA and views work out I could get my life will be happening I would be doing this run again on August and how many times of the summer so the Rebecca summer training series which is the non yoga programming I believe there are five or six sessions and everyone's at all at six forty five AM and it's a pretty popular up here yeah yeah it says you can see it's a it's a beautiful spaces are really I think it's the only rooftop pool in the city of Austin has so much happening in the support I don't know if you have something over there do but right here on top for your work is pretty cool it's like you're on vacation yeah yeah I'm very comfortable cation inside boss yeah the what was the reaction today from from people who participated in it and you know the full work out other at the I mean it's it's R. as as the Heartbreakers my my mission is to always bring excellence and running and and high level running program to everybody you know filtering down the lead training tools and and training philosophies into everyday runners and then this this one is more just fine we have an opportunity to take advantage of a luxury experience in do a little run and and some core work then and something on take advantage so this was a this was in you know having fun while working out I've been finding a lot more of those in the city do you do you see that as well this is more of a trend to get more people involved you know maybe people who had it been that it working out as much but yeah but then you had a little fun into it and and it really gets them out yeah I think people realize once once they once they get to these types of events yeah we hosted Tuesday morning track session at MIT six thirty every Tuesday morning and a lot of people are two minutes ago and you know high level fitness people we had in you know in economics instructor who was intended to come or track work out you know I think if you think about track practice or high school you know and I can feel intimidating as an adult but it's not that you know my my job is to make sure that what I say often is deliver everything a runner needs wherever they are and.

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Aspen and we were kind enough to invite us with a couple of the couples out there to enjoy play some golf if there's a picture of a friend and I at my Twitter account it's actually quicker six twenty and is a picture of us kind of on on the patio if the view looks like it was spectacular in the picture trust me the view was absolutely spectacular in president presents and we very much appreciate our friends inviting us all all during the time I I friend kept we were out there friend kept saying okay be on your best behavior we want to get invited back so it's like don't do those things that we know that you are capable of doing said a lot of great I had a lot of fun and enjoyed it and it is you we we're when you're playing golf at elevations of six thousand or seven thousand eight thousand or nine thousand feet it's it's it is it's a very interesting game and we certainly had a lot of fun all right I am bummed out that this place is closing but if it sees is closing can any independent pharmacy make it came back last night to the news Dan fitz Gerald pharmacy Dan fitzgerald's pharmacy on Silver Spring in whitefish bay it is an institution it was it was originated it was really started in nineteen fifty four local independent pharmacy it is it it's been a cornerstone of Silver Spring drive in whitefish bay since nineteen fifty four they used it was one of those places that until the mid seventies they used to have like a soda counter you know we could go in and you could get your egg salad sandwiches and your you know ice cream sodas your ice cream cones and things like that used to have a big candy counter we have been I've been patronizing dentist drills pharmacy well since my parents moved here in the mid nineteen sixties it was just always the place that you went to and I understand you've got a million like Walgreens stores that are out there you've got a million CVS stores that are out there we have always used enough it's still pharmacy when I lived in whitefish bay it was arguably the closest pharmacy but also not necessarily the cheapest but it you patronize the local pharmacy so we never went to the change when I moved out of Milwaukee county you know there are there are lots of some of the chain pharmacies that are a lot closer to where I live including a couple there like right across the street well it didn't occur to me I get a couple things every month your monthly prescriptions didn't occur to me to move those prescriptions and so even though you know fitz Gerald pharmacy they call it fifties even though it's a little bit out of the way okay I just made a point of going a little bit out of the way it is five or ten minutes out of the way but I wanted to support the local pharmacy I had noticed stuff that was going on in the pharmacy off for the last year to its seems like that the shelves didn't have as much stuff on them like retail stuff if they did before but this is a place you go in there they had magazines those places that you could go to buy magazines and things like that my late wife we lived away fish they used to make rock magazine run like every Monday to go and buy all these different magazines and come back in you know read them it seems that they they have fewer and fewer items on the shelf this year they change their hours in the summer on on weekends they were only open like Saturdays I think nine till two and Sundays nine to one or something very limited and I guess the last few times I've been in there I was thinking okay this is maybe this is kind of the beginning of the end this probably isn't a good sign that you're dramatically cutting back your hours and things like that but never the less I I hope this place was going to stay open because it was such an integral part of the community in a part of people's lifestyles and and this is not a knock on on the giant this isn't a knock on Wall grins it's not a knock on CVS or anything but there's something about these local businesses that you really want to see it succeed and I guess just because this place had been in business for sixty five years because it had such a loyal following in people I think really did love it I thought okay maybe this was going to be immune maybe this was going to be the place that was going to be able to survive story in the paper I think yesterday and they they put it up on their Facebook page they're saying no after sixty five years we we can't make it the problem is the vast majority of our business ninety five percent of the business comes from prescription drugs and we can't compete on prices with with the chains we're with the large chains we're being squeezed out by insurance companies who are lowering the reimbursement rate we've got this issue because apparently the when it comes to Medicare a lot of a lot of our customers who are on Medicare have had to switch pharmacies because we're not their preferred vendor you put this whole thing together and and they can't make our number is four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that's the accurate mortgage talk and text line the look I I understand some respect this is personal because you didn't grow up in the north shore you're like okay Weiss's guy talking about you know what who cares about one local pharmacy you know in in the north shore big deal you can still go to CVS you can still go to Walgreens you're you're gonna be able to get your prescriptions filled and you might even be able to get him filled a little bit cheaper and and there is a truth to that never the less I can just I'm devastated is probably too strong a word but I am extremely sad to see this place that I have patronized for my entire adult life and most of my childhood I am extremely to said the see the news that this is closing on Monday and it really makes me wonder like I say if it sees can't make it is any place going to make it it is this is this now the future that you know these independent businesses whether their hardware stores or pharmacies or whatever they're they're just not going to be able to survive four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that is the acting it mortgage talk and text line all right it this is clearly the end of an era if you're familiar with this particular drug store or the larger issue I mean it is are we going to see the complete and total demise of independent businesses particularly independent pharmacies because like I say if it sees can't make it I don't know that there's any place that can make it we discussed in just a moment of your on the line please hold on the strip Wagner W. 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"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"From the group were law offices one call that's all sports desk here's great magic well the rumors begin the day two games back of the Phillies and NASA roles in the NL wild card race chase Anderson takes the ball for Craig Counsell tonight in game two of a three game series against the pirates was two games above five hundred thanks in part to Jordan Lyle's who is to and in a Milwaukee uniforms George executing **** that's what he's doing he's his just executing frequently is breaking balls been really good I thought it through more sliders tonight kind of color sliders tonight that was really good page was manager Craig Counsell our coverage of tonight's game begins at five thirty on W. T. M. J. with joint practice is in the books next up for the Packers and Texans preseason game number one Thursday night at Lambeau Packers a coach Matt low floor telling reporters he will look at the tape before deciding if Aaron Rodgers plays regardless the floor wants to see a little more pep in the offense of steps once we get our no huddle installed I think we'll be able to control that a little bit better too in terms of pay for not for not moving at at that pace that we like then you can jump in the no huddle and former Wisconsin Badgers stand out Sam Dekker will play next season in Russia John the Washington wizards did not offer decker a qualifying offer after this season making him an unrestricted free agent to and not many nibbles on the line there so he decides to go overseas signing a contract with the Russian power house they can make a lot of money over there call yes they certainly do in fact you know that the market golden eagles alumni team is playing in that TV T. tournament tonight the Ohio state alumni team so Whitey Aaron craft right names you remember from Ohio state and certainly guys remember from Marquette Dan fitzgerald to mill Wilson Terrell McNeil I mean all sorts of great players Travis dinner a lot of these guys are making a career overseas right now had to put that on hold come back to play in the tournament winner gets a million dollars right two million dollars to the winning told my gosh now are the finals tonight or is this like a semi finals idols are tonight ESPN yet market alumni against Ohio state alumni you might have already said this what time is and I think it's an eight o'clock tip I will double check and make sure but I think it's an eight o'clock that's fun going to check that out it is three forty seven at W. T. M. J. coming up before the top of the hour major Garrett CBS chief Washington correspondent will be with us the president is headed to the sites of those two shootings that took place over the weekend and he's getting a very tepid response to his decision to head to those sites will discuss with major Garrett coming up here in just a few minutes and then Melinda Myers the plant doctors with a string four o'clock hour it is three forty eight at W. T. M. J. you.

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"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

12:26 min | 2 years ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Heading to the rooftop pool at the colonnade hotel in the back bay where there is a recent work out early in the morning on a nice summer day I checked out it is a really cool time book before we jump into that let's just quickly recap the less last episode we previewed the upcoming pan mass challenge which is this weekend all across Massachusetts we we talk to PMCs founder and executive director Billy star I really encourage you to check out last week's episode the PMC shots incredible event are the you know they're they're they do such such great things for for cancer research and I encourage all of you to to get involved in some way whether it's the participating in the future volunteering or donating to the cause just so important now on to this week I I met up with Dan fitz Gerald he's the co founder of her pre kill running company he was recently at the rooftop pool at the colonnade hotel and in he was helping lead of this work out and it was it was very cool is yoga outside to is aber came out and and and they went for a run as well so a lot going on there and and I want to bring you out there too I was about ten days ago up on the roof top pool at the colonnade hotel so here we go bricks over here at the top of the colonnade hotel rooftop pool we're here with Dan fitzgerald and Dan today you had a yoga workout of Ron and a killer out of work out how to how to today goes today was great my wife is actually the odor in the family this was just a run some ads and a little stretch before and then dip in the pool here at the call center how did the how this idea come about to do it up here on the call on it well a couple years ago the the call on it is looking for some programming up here and and my wife is world renowned yogi and greater the runners early okay center and she created the yoga experience up here on the roof about five years ago and then this year they wanted to broaden the programming and utilize her as as the guy in the programming so obviously we talk she's my wife is because our records up there I think we could and enjoy the pool so that was the catalyst so this is one of a series where New York City ballerina here our is work out of my life will be happening I would be doing this run again on August and how many times this summer so the summer training series which is the non yoga programming I believe there are five or six sessions and you'll get everyone's all at six forty five AM and it's a pretty popular very popular yeah yeah you can see it's it's a beautiful spaces are really I think it's the only rooftop pool in the city of Austin so much happening in the support I don't know if if you have something over there too right here on south for your work on vacation yeah yeah very comfortable vacation inside yeah there what was the reaction today from from people who participated in the universal work yeah other at the I mean it's it's R. as as the Heartbreakers might my mission is to always bring excellence and running and and high level running program to everybody you know filtering down the lead training tools and and training philosophies into everyday runners and then this this one is more just fine we have an opportunity to take advantage of a luxury experience in it do a little run ins and some core work so this is a and you know having fun while working out I'm I've been finding a lot more of those in the city do you do you see that as well this to get more people involved you know maybe people had it been working out as much but yeah but then you had a little fun into it and and it really gets them out yeah I think people realize once once they once they get to these types of events posted Tuesday morning track session at MIT six thirty every Tuesday morning a lot of people are you know high level sickness people we had an instructor who you know I think think about track practice or high school you know it's not conceal intimidating as an adult but it's not that you know my my job is to make sure that what I say often is deliver everything a runner needs wherever they are and and make it fun meet meet every runner where they are so if you're near ninety on a Tuesday morning it's it's my job to make sure that we can help you elevate your game with dynamic stretching active drills work out a warm up cool down afterwards and all that stuff is generally just confusing sounding in jargon sounding but when you're there it's not at all guided by Pacers and me as your coach and it's just a a really fun powerful track and field the foundational experience that we get to deliver more fun personable way because we're not trying to be world leaders were just trying to be better than we were yesterday but it has every speed you know if you're going to run a sixty minute five K. through a five thirty five minutes five days and we have someone like you represented had had at that track session you know we get about a hundred different people and every every Tuesday morning and that's about it intro into what it feels like to be a part of I see that I see it's at like six thirty four on the dock at six thirty four how did that a out of the six thirty that is a carryover from when Nike run clubs Nike plus runs of lost five years ago in Boston I was hired to be the head coach of the running program second city to launch that and that was a global running club at the time and the legend is that build on and that could one of the co founders of ninety and legendary coach or again started practices and meetings on time so that people would on that that that time rather than see say six thirty around six thirty five the precision teach people's interest in time something I I kind of like the legend and I thought that that's very cool and how long has Heartbreakers kill running company has been around for ten years ten year anniversary Fassel the last Thursday in October ten years there but the team the Heartbreakers was founded for starting our sixty years so that was really founded out of you know when we open at two thousand nine is a story of the first place to offer a free the work out you know three X. at the time there is a strong club and a couple other places within the job and I always eight hundred meter honoring I never understood people who self identified as runners but didn't because I I thought they were really missing the benefit that they could derive from just one hard making their legs were differently so my mission was to introduce that I realize that it could be fun and started at two thousand nine we opened in October the end of October we started out in November the gal sitting behind you is the first person to ever walk into any it's actually ever had this heartbreaking member and she walked in that day and we you know it does work out and then what happened was a crew and people wanted more stars a Tuesday group that was a group that was much longer form work out division line college cross country and track and field that group and and that morphed into realizing that there's a need for people to have more guidance I also coach about a thousand charity runners for realizing all these different things the fact that my best friends are still a as I ran track was in college as coaching or group on Thursdays and they were they wanted more I could feel their people and and and what I could I realize the power of email we all know we connected all the time but but the way that I could connect with the athletes and inspire their training the newsletter or something they care about I just realized we could combine all these things into a really powerful that everyone can have lottery so that I could use a little bit more guidance so that was really all those three things are the foundational principles are foundational experiences I had it made and new and is the flagship which the flagship store I think that's fair yes it's the namesake really to call themselves regularly yeah it's like right at the bottom of yep yep right at mile twenty on the Boston Marathon course so it's a really important part of any marathon is incredibly for part of Boston Marathon that was our second story of the twenty twelve a week before the twenty the two and a half years after the up in the south yeah that's that now we re did that space and we have a community space there really really nice for excited at almost double the space there and and and not doubling the retail is about the same size we left the retelling we really just opened up the other side of the store with lockers and rollers and really power of our running game and events game and and and also Cambridge Cambridge story our chamber store we opened and summer twenty sixteen and that one has full service running shop like the others about the same size on the retail side but then we have a twenty one way I read all the programming for that to be basically like a high powered tractor delivered in a way that you can't fall behind you have a coach there with you the whole time with the for all different speeds with the music of the late it really fine hi energy way people say the more again they are at all the twenty minutes and then five minutes and I also get to fifteen of the really great time at seven minutes I say alright if I get ten minutes a great run when you're in the studio contacts and someone is yeah motivating here I'm talking you know you're no longer mustering the the mental energy to stay you know at that pays or it's just a it's a much much different all of a sudden you can do an hour and I have to work I realize I meant to work out of your life to get ten minutes of my yeah yeah that's that's really cool you wrote a program to get people get people go in and say yes although work out that we do hi I tried it just translate them into time format on the train funny way what's lost sometimes when you talk to I can feel the athletes who only think about the world and in a high level track and field way how much did you do in forty five minutes the question I got.

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"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on Racing Post

"Scoring seventh floor anytime in writing turbo eastern prices. I think he's just offers a series goldfish and those prices I think he's he can continue his good form this year. Superstar our final game to preview on the pulse cast in on Sunday carry versus Mayo an absolutely absolutely seriously tasty tash can't wait for at Fitzgerald Stadium Four Talk Live on R._T.. One way or the bet in here it's forty seven Kerry fifteen to draw fifteen meal two point handicap carry minus is to is eleven to ten eight one hundred to capture all in meal plus to know potty these two teams when they meet this need to bring out the best. We've had some classics in recent years. Have the making of another way D._C.. Is going this is going to be just be a ripper donen clarity this type the weekend you know it's it's perfect for carry the I was down at preview night on Wednesday and clarity on the moon's hilarity. was there little bit apprehensive <unk> bit nervous. Don't really know Oh the best team in Carriere <unk> delays that come true off the miners ardy mature enough but they have to be actor absolute best to wait not the weekend. That's a great place to be allowed to be questioned. Themselves requested the group to the question the team from from inside the dressing room if they can get the performance out of each other lighting Dale that win this match are tainted anything below their very best won't be good enough to beat male male. The Interior Improvement Games is Damian the goal of the long road all the time but what do you do you think they can pose to carry here. I think first thing is meal have very strong midfield which carry really struggled within the league meal just got went on top open midfield in the half back on carry day debated throughout so good at running defense meal which carries defense probably didn't look great car grand chute medal against Terry. I think male it'll be trying to replicate that so so yeah Mayo do have a couple of advantages over carry that you could see from league final at one probably minus today is to to best cares that helped me hadn't leafletted rematch <unk> landon doomed O'Connor and their body injured so they are big losses from that point of view are right report strong midfield and Ron Carey would beat her their tactics. I think and Carrie we'll have to deal with the Mayo Midfield could cause problems for Carey says Dan Fitzgerald Potty was ask you here. Put the neck on the chopping block into the kingdom. You've gotta feed needed for what the vibe is around the county. You got the scoop I think the goal and do I believe they will. I think GAM home advantage again is massive. ATTAIN CLARITY HAS JAREN stadium. I think they've brought down to capacity sleet Habib Turkey to <unk>. It'll be full it probably would be sixty four to Mayo have a grace traveling supported. We're talking about the fight in season ticket holders on most of them will travel and they'll they'll bring accrue people for a weekend in clarity was take home. Advantage is massive <unk> six carry-forwards that they they could choose from if they were all fully fit on ready to rock. I think they could have enough ammunition upfront to be to beat male. I take the debate for me. Best Best as Carrie halftime carry full time is eleven to ten Evans Tanta Confidence Show from Potty Damian. You'RE GONNA stick with them or are you going to do that. Mayo midfield locked him for value in a handicapper. What what's what's your take on this yeah? No I WANNA stick with Carrie. I think the home advantage is obviously baking. Patty was saying and I think just a company players meal side that are injuries are big losses that you'd expect to carry pairs predicted younger pairs served to knock from leaks so they won't be cleaned as surprised by that intensity again so I didn't get home. You'd have favorite carry a woman and cap the millions to US Eleven Christopher nolansville crack on with our naps for the weekend end mine is gonNA donegal minus seven against me apologies potty. What's your best of the weekend he coffee Dublin to be under forty forty? One point five points at five six five.

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"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:58 min | 2 years ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Schedule a free security review and mentioned kmby are get fifteen percent off, Redwood forest real quick. And then we're gonna talk about Cuban and then money pool in a minute for inside the warriors, go Redwood. Thanks for taking my call. Yes, sir. Chime in on the border issue. There's a code of conduct for owners. I've had the good fortune to work. I worked for, but his group, I worked at the end they used on the warriors when Dan FitzGerald own it. And then they sold it to Chris Cohen. Exactly. That's still. I'm wearing my Golden State Warriors at now and I really liked finance. He's a really good guy. But there's a code of conduct amongst owners like you guys know, social media now that this gentleman is supposedly sports, you're not because that's what is investments invested passing. No, it's, it's, it's more of a good conduct. More military more than military in the military or something. Wrong, you lose your rack once you got what strike one strike league for owners. It's a tourist directly for players. Yeah. Let me say one thing Redwood, real quick. And then I is that back in the day FitzGerald finance. Yeah, they had money, but this was their primary source of money, and now like for this guy here I'm sure this was Stevens this like a little hobby and you make some money and you get to go and sit courtside. It's, it's just a different deal than it used to be owning team. Yeah, you're under the microscope. Yeah. You need a big mistake. I guess we're learning where I side when Larry on it is that I know it's a mistake, a matter of debating, what's the fair? What's a fair and reciprocal penalty in tens of billions of dollars. Deserve a second chance. I guess that's my thing. And when I say a second chance if he had killed Lowry. No. But, hey, a suspension for year and all this, and even know this guys I'm not sticking up for him. I'm just telling you. I would sure won a second chance if I made a gigantic mistake in the national spotlight a nanosecond that's all I mean seriously. Everybody is just knows exactly the right protocol in what should be done, and what was wrong air. And everybody's an expert it happened in a blink of an eye and read already knows they, it was a reaction. It was a wrong reaction if the guy fought it, I'd probably be with a lot of using the penalty needs to be severe didn't fight it. He said, you know what I have to buy blue and I screwed up. I'm embarrassed. I'm embarrassed ice screwed up. I'm embarrassed for the team. I apologize to Lowery to the raptors. He showed proper contrition not days later, not week. Slater immediately. Let me ask you, where's where's the empathy for that for the person? I mean you're already saying five hundred grand okay, that's crazy amount. But now you're gonna make the guy divest and lose tens of millions of dollars because of something that happened in ano second that he was incredibly apologetic about it. That that hurt. Nobody. I mean it's Redwood. We'll give you the last word on this young a one year and five hundred grand plus all the embarrassment that his actions. Hey, something had to be done. We, you know, we all agree. But you don't think that's enough. I think it's Jason moment. I'm not gonna lose any sleep over. Good. It's losing. Let's figure this out a half a million dollars. Find out a two billion dollar. Well, he's losing all one twentieth at red widow, I'm gonna ask you. I don't give a damn him either. I never met him. I probably won't meet him. And that's the end of it. I'm just saying that for anybody that makes a mistake. No matter how grand the stage. You don't think that year's suspension and five hundred grand is enough, if he had a prior as we like to say in the police world, then maybe a different story, but I fence, you know, let the best sit it out, and then come back. You don't think that's fair. Now. He's a bastard, because he pushed to get well, I have to because Redwood for them trying to side with him to you really think so. Come back and create create a proper code of conduct. All right. Bring it back. I'm still on the case that he donates a million dollars to lower your favorite charity. I, I'd rather see him get free tickets to the inner city kids to see the warriors at the new radio. They can never Ford to go. Yeah. Well, that's that, that wouldn't be bad, either. Great. They're gonna win tonight by eight warriors by dateline. All right. Positive real quick before we take a break and bring in money pool Martin. Huston ritchie? No what? He's stay hot tech Richie what you you're smarter people. So incredibly harsh well, everybody just did. Well, first off, it's something to talk about. And it's it's edgy and it's not you personally. You know so that's just it. I mean, yeah, wow. Let me see people who do terrible things. And there's people that will argue at the top of their lungs for second chances and third chances and this and that and a guy does something that was wrong. But he was clearly acknowledged it was wrong. And it's like there is no penalty that severe enough in the minds of many. Yeah. And again, I, I don't want to, to, to shift this happened in the preseason game in Santa Barbara, and I in September with people still be outraged or is the outrage multiply because it happened in the fine within he ought to be smart enough, though, to know that what's on the line. And you don't push anybody with the national spotlight on you, then he's he's a boob there. But I- fan has ever pushed anybody? I mean. No. I mean, it's just Londono owner has I guess ever. Well, it's hard to believe this thing there's gotta be otherwise. We would have heard the name by now. Somebody would have dug up. Hey, no, not necessarily this happened in the NBA finals with a global audience, you know, his lots and lots of people watch. I just think that. The punishment doesn't fit the crime. It really doesn't. So I think it does, but I wouldn't go as far as to I think it's enough year and five hundred grand and all his apologies my God that guy's laying on the cross. And I'll tell you if I was Lowery I wouldn't want somebody touching me, I probably react, the same. But to, to say, we gotta go a step further and divest have himself immediately because you're talking on the radio, you write a newspaper column. Grin. What if that's me? Let's say he's coming on. What about you what that's me? What if that's Joe listener he's not getting five hundred grand but Vincent make his statement? And that's so my yeah. It hurts him. Where does that money come from the so the money is determined by how much you have you? Well, but it also warned her will do it the next time he say, hey, we've been made an example of do a certain extent. And that'll if you're an owner somebody in in, you know, a minority ownership role you won't do it again. It's been laid out there. So anyway, listen, how you feel how you feel but we I I'm always fascinated when people don't wanna give somebody who has not done. Something prior associated is another chance. Find the hell out of embarrass ally. Do whatever you want. But let him turn things around. But that's that's me. All right. Where we're going to bring in Monte pool. I'll come up and throw away the key. Thank you. So they should put them on ranker's island. Okay. Restrictors food. Wow. You know, who may go to Rikers island just out of interest show that I'm paying Paul Manafort, is lawyers are trying to keep yourself out of Rikers island. You know, the guy that with Trump, right? Yeah. That was funny. That's been in the in the news a little bit. So we'll Paul Manafort, go to Rikers island eight oh, eight to. Thank you. Village has the play. Great. Larry talk about killing the story. He got so sick. So he wrote in a note of just that's all he was known for with the plane butts playing. He committed suicide now very sad. That happy note, Monte pool is live. And if he can't wait, he won't be unease sports later, Gary and Larry on KNB are six eighty the sports leader. Strength way that we've handled it to date is what's the focus today, who's able to play who's not? And how we're going to go out there and give our best effort. It just feels like businesses usual. Honestly number is who's out there who's ready to play? And can we go? That's how the dynasty was built that tell the dynasty can even up the series this afternoon, Tober Nealon. 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"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Update to a story we've been following Adrian Hazlitt was training for this year's marathon. But instead after a tragic setback she's in the hospital recovering from yesterday surgery on Saturday has was hit by a car and a back bay crosswalk crushing the left side of her body. It was her left leg that she lost in the two thousand thirteen Boston marathon bombing her running coach, Dan FitzGerald says has with Siri. About running this year's marathon. He spoke with WBZ TV. She has a big ulcer herself and terms of scoring and and her division, and we were hoping to really attack those with a prosthetic leg has ran the marathon in two thousand sixteen and cross the finish line. She ran again last year, but didn't finish cherry small WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio a whole lot of finger pointing at a New Hampshire apartment complex where people say there's a big problem with the water WBZ's Carl Stevens is in Nashua sort things out. There's no question. They've had water problems here at the cloverleaf apartment complex. I've been here. Eight months, and it's been like that since I moved in that resident tells me sometimes the water is Brown. The pressure is bad this EEO Pinchuk waterworks which handles the water supply for Nash says it's isolated to the apartment complex and the owner needs to fix the aging pipes, but the property manager says it's Penetrex fault, regardless of who's to blame. It's no picnic for residents. Like this guy. What's it like taking a shower? Not that much pressure. So I have to sit there and waste more water and more time to try and get all the soap off my body. I did check with the mayor's office in it must be a pretty isolated problem because they have received. No complaints from Nashua. Carl Stephens WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio water. Also appears to be a problem in Quincy the city sending residents a letter addressing concerns over land in the tap. Water. Officials say overall Quincy's water is fine. But there are a few homes where lead exceeds EPA recommendations, the city's note outlined several steps people can take to ensure their tap water is safe the state's long running fight to keep a convicted child rapist behind bars as moving to the state's highest court, Wayne Chapman. Who's now? Seventy years old has admitted to raping as many as one hundred boys in eight states and Canada. He was convicted of raping two boys Lawrence in the nineteen seventies and sentenced to thirty years in prison. He's now trying to win his release lawyers for the state. And his victims want the supreme judicial court to block that release saying he's too dangerous. Something new pops up at the public library in Nashua. New Hampshire this weekend. WBZ's Carl Stevens tells us the libraries raising some eyebrows with this choice of a poetry meter. It's certainly not unusual for a library to feature a poetry reading. But it is unusual when the person reading the poetry is a drag Queen. I'm very very excited when they all do it Monique too soon was voted entertainer of the year here in Nashville but some object to her reading poetry to teenagers in what Saturday is described as drag Queen teen time, they're going to be no, grooming. Then there's no telling them, they should become drag queens. She'll read poetry take questions. What does she hope teens take away from this? I want them to feel empowered it really comfortable with them south and realize that they are not alone in the world from Nashua Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's News Radio..

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"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"dan fitzgerald" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Spotify Google play. And if you listen to the show to I tunes, please leave us a review, should I just hate that? Now, Jeff Mont aka Rufus Peabody, we don't know Aaron wolf in Monroe, Ohio. Maybe the girl who rear ended you last week was taking a photo of her dominator consequential damn here's my Tom this morning three nine three nine three. Not only is it a Pailin Johm, but all the numbers divisible by three. Thank you for the years of entertainment, by the way, happy birthday Kaleen in the audience. A big young gos- in south glens falls, New York, which I know very, well, you know, Barry Millrose lives in glens falls. Suggest eating neck oh waivers in any particular. Order. Always eat the fruit ones. I followed next by chocolate winter green and cinnamon clove in liquid last usually closed before liquids, but not always I will hang up, and listen, I think the cinnamon in the winter green and the chocolate are the best of nickel wafers. Oh, this is a long one from Steve the sycophant who've my darling wife, and I headed for skyline drive on Monday to see what was left of the full foliage as we were tooling along at the maximum thirty five miles an hour. I looked to my right. And I swear my first thought was what's a stuffed bear doing on that embankment by the road? I then realize it was a real live big black bear being perfectly still clearly yelled bear. And I hit the brakes because the bear was at the top of the embankment. It was at our level almost close enough to touch I parked the car by the side of the road for a couple of minutes, but the Barad going back into the woods and sensibly stayed away. I believe the bear prior to hibernating had decided to check out the traffic, and maybe sign find someone careless enough to put out a picnic basket filled with. Goodies journey got even better when we spotted a bald eagle in field further down the road, his lead pecking away, what appeared to be a dead deer. It was a great day for nature and best of all my wife didn't mind me using my cell phone to play the TK show podcast on a return journey home. My only was the bear wasn't on roller skates. Because as we all know from watching the circus. There's nothing bear would rather to than move around on roller skates and wear a muzzle from Jason blazer is it late orien- Michigan or lake Orion Michigan. Yep. It's one that's wrong. All the time. Cute house. Eliza starts explaining point of his with. Okay. This is going to be nerdy. We know Chris we know and as always eat so from window foster in the south faceting -fornia on Thursday show, you asked remember when Thursday night NFL games were awful. You mean like last week when the one in six raiders played the one in seven forty Niners. The worst combine records for a primetime NFL game since nineteen seventy I remember. Well, if you think that ac-. The worst. Niners in the giants. That's me. We're race last week's wall. Bill worship scheming up something to get Parcells go. Mawson? Chuck Todd is crushing it is it the magic board. He's done election day, if he could call his own line like James Carville, we'd be so proud of him like Beto from Matt's. Zoeller it solid. Even though it looks like Z O L yard, solid. Richmond virginia. The later. Rated R in nineteen sixty nine the MPAA hung in x rating midnight cowboy making it the first and only x rated film to everyone. Best picture other movies have as much nudity but fifty years ago midnight Cowboys Frank portrayal of prostitution homosexuality was to the rating panelist shocking also route, so Rizzo slapping, the car hood in the cross walk in. Was improvisation by Dustin Hoffman, some civilian motorists had unknowingly a really Dan FitzGerald in Philadelphia when discussing edibles on the Thursday show..

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