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Dan Reardon covering his 34th Masters: The Chris Hrabe Show Ep. 26

Scoops with Danny Mac

22:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Dan Reardon covering his 34th Masters: The Chris Hrabe Show Ep. 26

"Chris revie on scoops with danny mac dot com. It is the tuesday november tenth. Twenty twenty edition of the program. Well it's masters week. Even if it is in november and it's always great to chat with our guy the preeminent saint louis golf insider dan reirden. Who joins me on the chris. Rabi show and dan. it is november the tenth. Is we speak today. It is close to thanksgiving and the masters is going to be a back to back major from now and then wrapping around until april. It feels strange but it still feels good that it's masters week isn't it. Yeah you know you said it correctly. It's masters week but it's up masters month and something something. I think it's different that nobody is talking about junction with this november date. You know the whole world is built around the start of the golf season and the masters as so the pga tour structure their tour just sort of lead into the masters. And then go from there. There's no elite into the masters you know there's there's been golf tournaments but they're nondescript in this situation so i don't think i think the energy for this year's masters anywhere near what it would be on a typical april a masters. You think that'll change. Once we get into the tournament on thursday dan. i think to a certain extent. But you know. I'm curious to see on the weekend. Do they po- better ratings from their football package on. Cbs then they pull from their golf package and cbs. You know for instance last year because of weather threatening they move t times up on sunday and tiger one. We finish at three o'clock in the afternoon this year. There's no weather situation and they're finishing three o'clock in the afternoon because they've got the nfl behind it. So i i. I'm sure the enthusiasm will be there. I don't think it can match a traditional master's talking to masters and talk golf with dan reirden on the chris rock show. I wonder how much of it dan just off. The bat is The intrigue for people that want to see what the golf course is going to look like in november. You know the look of the golf course will be different because the flowers will not be in bloom and it's cbs. Is going to have to do some searching defined those cut away shots But having been there on monday when the media sometimes has an opportunity to play. I can tell you. The biggest difference at augusta will be the absence of the color of the galleries. But the greenness of that facility is so read that it sort of overwhelms you and so when you when you if you're at augusta on on a day when there's not a after shift going on it doesn't look like what you think. It looks like you know. I wanted to not only the visual aspects of it dan. But you've been there on sundays. We hear about the sunday roars. We hear them on television. But if you're not on the grounds how can you explain to people how different it will be. Not having those roars on sunday and having a golf course that is essentially empty for the players. They've done this enough now that it shouldn't shouldn't be any surprise to them. I know going through the interviews. Every player is being asked that same question about how to deal with the the absence of atmosphere at augusta this year and it is true. Chris and i learned very quickly. You know i go back to the time when palmer and player and nicholas were still in the field. In fact my i never masters was eighty six when nicholas one and you sit literally. Tell the difference between nicholas roar and a palmer or power roar and some other player on the course all you knew where they were on the course you would hear the sound and you knew what you were hearing. I don't. I don't think that is typical today. The last layer that generated. That was the guy who won last year. There was an is a tiger roar. I don't know that there's anybody else in the game now. Who generates that kind of unique war. We're talking masters with dan. Reirden as we get set for the masters to tee off here in just a couple of days of course on thursday they will get going and let's talk a little bit about field. Dan and i know one of the most polarizing guys in golf has been bryson d shambo. You have not been shy about your opinions. He is the betting favourite right now at seven half to one apparently and his practice round on monday the first hole four hundred and forty five yards he had sand wedge in second all five hundred and seventy eight yards. He had eight iron in three hundred and fifty yard third. He flew the green with a three would. Do you buy into bryson being able to change the way this golf courses played. I buy into being able to put the ball in places on the golf course with never seen before never came out in that list. And i really seamless ourselves. Same answers you saw. You know what didn't come out in that. What scores he may have you. Yeah where was all that. When he landed on the green you know and he he wasn't he wasn't three hundred thirty three one. If you're on the wrong place on the green. That's the thing. Dan like the intricacies of this of these greens i. I'm not sure those are talked about enough. Because you're right you can. You can hit the green in two on a par five. But if you're on the wrong shelf you might make. Par are bogey. I when the last time the us open at oakmont. I played there on monday. And i had a caddie who was an oakmont catty and he had worked at augusta for about five or six years In the offseason. And i asked him to compare the greens at oakmont which the reputation for being the most timid greens gall to augusta which i said which is the fastest and he said first of all. I've never caddied during tournament week. So i have to qualify my answer. But he said i will tell you this. Oakmont screens are noticeably. Faster than augusta's greens but augusta's greens are nursery harder to putt that oakland screens because in a thirty foot putt you can get grain growing two or three different directions before the ball gets to the hall so when you re greens at augusta you remember them right. So are we making too much out of bryson's ability to change the length of his second shots manipulate the golf course because of what he can do off the tee. I think this will be. I think this'll be a good test of that theory. You know my criticism Bryson but the us open was. I didn't understand why winged foot had didn't have firm greens. You know i grant you. He's spreadeagled appeals but He was coming out of the rough and landed on the greens and the ball isn't bouncing rolling off typically. Us open green is going to be firm at fast now. They're going to have rain this week at augusta so that the best circumstance of bryce could possibly want. But i can. I can guarantee you. That sub air augusta is gonna be cranking constantly sucking water out of those greens because they went fast setup no matter what they do yeah. It's a really good point. Dan explain to people who don't understand. What the sub air system is and what that does for course like augusta regardless of the time of year regardless of the participation precipitation that we expect because that is a system that is different than we see at a lot of other places. We have it here. Saint louis abell reeve. I think it's the only course that has basically wander evergreen at augusta they can vacuum turn on a vacuum system that will suck the water off of the greens. And you can hear it when you're on the golf course you can hear it roaring through the drains as you walk around the golf course so you could take a. I've seen demonstrated you could take a fifty five gallon drums water on a green with the sub air on. And you could dump that that that Drum over and that water will be gone in the minutes time and had a gusta as opposed to any place else that i'm aware of they also have sub air on some of the fairways. Yeah it's pretty unbelievable like how you can change the golf course based on the conditions you expect. And that's why i think. A lot of people are saying that november april. It doesn't matter the golf course you know even if it is a little softer because of the rain the greens especially are still gonna play true. The degrees will be gusta greens. I i'll give you another little bit of insider information about this november date. I can tell you with a great deal of confidence that the club was more concerned about april. Then they were about november. They knew they will prepare this course. November 'cause they had a growing season what they didn't know and don't know is having set this course up for november. Can they turn it around and get it ready in the condition. They want an april when they're going into the winter months and augusta south but not that force out and so they do not have a growing season. And i know somebody who has well-connected the club that set back in september one of the discussions they were having is. We dare jeopardize the april event to accommodate the november of that. Obviously we have the answer to that question. How do you think has to do with not having the volume of people walking the course and being on property that they would if it was a normal master's no no. This is related to this over seating process because they just over seated right right and the timing of the oversee you know. It has a bermuda based in fact that you see the comments from the players. The players are concerned. Because the bermuda was supposed to be dead by this time and the bermudas growing various places on the golf course so the players particularly around the greens are a little uncertain an inconsistency because they've got they've got ryegrass and then they also have bermuda grass and two different circumstances. Dan ridden is with us Dan is as we look at the next group of guys after bryson. Dustin johnson nine to one. Jon rahm ten to one justin thomas eleven to one rory. Mcilroy twelve to one was andrew. Schlafly fourteen to one brooks koepka sixteen to one. Does anyone in that group of six standout. We've got a couple of guys you know that haven't played a ton. Dustin especially we've got brooks kept goes at some injury concerns. We have You know a handful. Rory justin jon rahm zander. Who played very very well. Time since anyone from that group of six. Stand out to you. I'll go against the grain. And tell you that i've said for years if he could find a week. We're four days. They had rain at augusta. Rory would complete the grand slam while because rory's liability is from the wedge into the green and then on the green tea can be good or he it'd be ordinary. He's never bad it's butter but if he gets a little moderation esta off not. He's not nearly as long as price shambo. But he's a ton straighter the bryson's and so if rory could find the right set-up there but all those guys are good choices you know. Jon rahm is going to win a major. Whether it's a master's out i don't know. Dustin johnson has been sorta jinxed at augusta justin thomas it's hard to understand why he hasn't been affected. They're all those guys are reasonable and then just go into catalase and the guys that are looking for the first major i mean. I think it's a fun group to look at. And i hope that it holds up that way through the four days of the championship dan. It's pretty amazing. As you mentioned all the talk has been about bryson and how far. He's been driving the golf ball. Rory mcilroy over the last year or two has been driving the golf ball all around better than anyone on the planet consistently by the way you know chris. We're talking about the masters we're not even talking about the defending champion won. Wanted five times sure. Well let's talk about him. Let's talk about him. Tiger woods right now as he comes into this championship is thirty three to one. We seen him play just a very little bit similar though to last year as he came in. And how much do you put into course knowledge inexperienced dan especially when things might be a little different for some players. Conditions could be a little bit different. How much do you put into. What a guy like tiger has done and what he knows about this course about what it takes to get around it. You don't need my expertise all you have to go back and look at his post round interview on sunday. Last year at augusta tigers said. I didn't play the best. He said i missed it in the right places. He knew he knew where to miss. You know when everybody on that back nine was charging and then fading tiger never never took the backward step until the deal is sealed So i do. I expect tiger to win this tournament. I you tell me what is back with the like over four days and i'll give you a more balanced prediction. Back has not been good in both of the matrices played in this year. For at least one of the four days and one other thing that i that i will say is that his legs are not the way that he had when he won and in many of his masses meaning he. He doesn't run anymore. And so i worry about if this is saudi. And he's walking those hills over four days. I think that wears on his mid forties licks. Can you put anyone else in that. Same mix dan whether it be Patrick reed or bubble watson or or even jordan. Speak just people that you know guys. Nowhere to miss in the right place guys. at maybe. In speeds case haven't been at the same level as they were when they won at augusta but they get back onto property and things are just different. There's a little bit of that magic root for jordan. But i don't don't think he's there at this point i think jordan essence serious hurdles to climb over the next several months going next year Patrick reed is an efficacy named. Because he's just he's just sort of nasty enough to go out there and win a masters and a sort of look back at the people who are critical of the last time he wanted to mass. Say take that The only thing that worries me about radius if you look at his record at augusta other than winning he hasn't played particularly well there and ironically you know he went to college there for a period of time. Yeah and certainly was met with plenty of controversy there. What what about. Someone like bubba watson dan well you know. I have to say that when bubba won the masters two times. Nobody expected him to do it either. Time the people thought that that first message win with sort of a magical moment and then he comes back a few laters with nothing going on and and suddenly he's he's another masters champion. So but i bubba has had some issues here with parts of his game above has a little bit physically in the last couple of years so it would be as surprising for him to win the masters of this year as it was the first two times dan leave you at this house. This conversation with dan mclaughlin last week because You have been so fortunate to have been to most of and some of if not all of the best golf venues in the world over the last handful of decades and have covered major championships augusta national. I know this year is different because of the fact that there are not patrons their and and yada yada yada but augusta national when you talk to people is that these sporting event the single sporting event that regardless of you know someone's willingness to pay a certain price you can't buy tickets on the secondary market you can't go onto stubhub. Is that when you talk to people. The single most coveted and hard to fulfil sports experienced that there is right now on the planet on a year to year basis. Yeah i'd say it's the bucket list item for most people. And i'm not just saying golfers It's it's it's and the other thing about the other thing about the masters chris is. It's the only place since in major sports that hasn't caved completely to the almighty dollar. You will still see november limited advertising on the cbs. Telecast you will find nowhere on the grounds other than the one facility at bergman's place called hospitality. If there were patrons their they could still have lunch for six seven dollars. So it's that combination of tradition A little sense of the game was once belonging to amateurs and the the the fact that they haven't like i said came into the dollar. I'm a little concerned that they're doing the The the the football pre game show from the par. Three course that that reach a little bit of Expectation on the part of augusta. But it's george and football as king. George i don't fault them that but i think those elements come into it as much as anything else i think i think the masters is nico event in today's world and i it stays that way for a long long time. He has mentioned the dan last week. One of my best friends is father's is lucky enough to get into bergman's place and i was trying to just explain what that is. It's almost like a secret society amongst the secret society with with a high fence guarding it. It it's getting to the masters. It's the hardest ticket in sports. Getting burma's place takes it to the next level. And i've never been in there. Well mean you dan someday someday dan roden just have me as your guests to han reirden. Who covers in. How many thirty five. How many masters has been for you dan. This would be thirty. Four april will be thirty five. I can stay alive long enough to target is to get authority. Because they get to florida. They put your picture on the wall there at augusta for the rest of time. It's unbelievable i have no doubt that That you'll be there and here's to if not a different masters weekend fantastic masters weekend. Waft check in again This weekend and my friend. It's always great chatting with you though and before we let you go. Give me your pick. I know it's not going to be bryson. So i'll put you on the spot. Who do you got. As i said the player that jumps out at me. It's sort of a wishlist own this. I'd like to see rory complete right. All right i like it. I think I think a lot of people be there and man for as well as he's played. I don't know if he's having enough attention paid to him. But maybe that's exactly what he needs to To pull it off but whoever it is you know they have great jenkins every year. So i you know it'll be okay. Dan ridden appreciate it. My friend we'll talk this weekend. Thanks chris dan and don't forget we've got masters coverage all week. Subscribe to scoops. Danny mac podcast. Wherever you listen to your podcasts leave a review semi screenshot. And we'll send you some scoops. With danny mac sweat tamar gaiman from rick run. Good dot com as we continue our march towards. Augusta's has been the tuesday november tenth edition of the chris. Rabi sean kufstein amac dot com until tomorrow each other and has always pace scenes scott assign laurie dip and.

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#353: Mark Fitzgerald

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#353: Mark Fitzgerald

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I'm gonna read that into a podcast. You could sit this whole thing. All the one sitting. I also we're also thinking about doing it chapter by chapter, and then I'll talk to some of the principles we consulted in the writing the articles that might be interesting way to do that to also please drama Instagram site. Dr drew Pinski DR, drew Pinski. I'm gonna be doing some live as sort of inscribed TV stuff there. So I'm going to try to get more active there. So please be part of that come on that site and look for their I guess, it is Mark FitzGerald Mark has the elite training system. Fitzgerald ATS dotcoms Rican. Find them if I t's E G R A L D at FitzGerald ATS for the training system. Is that where you can find the Twitter handle and tell me about this system? You were you were you were these strength and condition. Coach Anaheim ducks nutrition training station for tarot Hockey League leading trainer visor told them for under armor candidate. And you've been doing this stuff for a long time. What is the something different? Or is that what you've been using all along actually is my facilities three facilities currently in Canada just outside of Toronto Ontario. So. ETS is really you got to come even closer to this thing is really athletic performance training. So I'm still currently the head of performance for the Anaheim ducks entering the my fourth season. So I've been doing that for a while used to work for the Tronto Maple Leafs, which is a big Brandon hockey. So a lot of work in hockey. But realistically, the is really just performance training for athletes, so professional athletes or for. Yeah. I mean, we we touch a lot of different aspects in terms of who we deal with we go from regular Joes youth sports. But yeah, a lot of it is professional athletes. I work at ton in hockey, just because of my background Canadian. We all kind of play, but I work with NFL athletes. Cfl came football league. So I think the average person listening is gonna wanna know what can I do? Or what do you kind of, you know, tricks for me, you know, what there's not a lot of tricks. Unfortunately, I think you know, from here Newspeak before I think it kind of speak that same language it's discipline. It's doing the same things. And you know, staying consistent. We judge our program. We get a regular Joes in. And we say don't judge it after ninety days. Don't judge it after six months give us a year give us a year of following direction following a proper program eating properly learning what that even means with does. That mean what I think it comes down to figuring out what works for you. All these diets, all these fads, all these all these things that will make you lose ten pounds of sixty days. It's just not healthy for the most part. You know? And I think learning what that is. And what foods work for you? It's also investment I've told this to clients for years is that don't put me on your calendar training and. Being healthy is just something that's part of your lifestyle, cliches, hell, yeah. For sure. But it's true. You know, and it's I love training. I love it every time. I do it. Definitely not. But we'll there are sort of two kinds of people in the world. I have patients that I try to get into exercise of some type and you'd be amazed. You these people believing ever get to you. They literally was hurt. I can't do it are. These people. How do what do you do with them? I feel sorry for them. Because I I love it. You know? And it's it's it's meditative it's rewarding everything. But to think that it was as some people experience it as just as negative experience positive thing. What do you do with that? Yeah. You know, what I think I mean, my wife, my wife, I'm not going to go down that road. I think for the most part, it's it's getting people to acclimate to it. You know, and it's the old adage twenty one days or whatever that timeframe is for a habit to develop. I think that's a big thing that people don't put enough stock in putting a value is that you do have to keep doing it. You know, whether it's three weeks, and you know, you get all these people that sign up for gyms January first they come for two weeks. You never see him. Again, you make all sorts of money. But that's not you know. You know, the value of just doing it, even when you don't wanna do it. There's also a piece that I always forget about because I've been working at whole life. And I've never really been a time when I did nothing. Basically, I think that's part of a two were sorry to cut you off. But, you know, teaching adults more than anything the pro athletes a little bit easier. They have defined off-seasons. They have defined right? You know, hey, this is building up towards compe- competition. This is coming down off of competition. But for adults is like, oh, I got to work out twelve months year. No, you don't and you shouldn't you should have blocks of time that are off doesn't mean you're completely off. No. But I was going to say the thing that I have an experience like high school was that experience of lifting weights for the first time virgin lift, and I remember I went, and I was I was trying to pair for a football season. Like, my junior high school something, and I remember I went and worked out modestly. What would now it'd be like, and I was immobile for like three days. I mean, the pain was unbelievable. Yeah. I thought oh, I got to work into this. And I got always be doing something else. I have to do this every time I stopped, and I have never done that sense. Well, I think too, you know, speaking about athletic performance training is vastly different from what the normal or the average person experiences in gym, you know. You know, the time we're have to big box gym a gym in our garage wherever I live. I have my own gym just for even we have facilities that I can go to what have you? But like you said, it's meditative. It's that's where I get my work done is in the gym here before after during and you walk into a lot of these big box gyms now, and it's all just heavy plastic and machines, and you just sit in almost does it for you. Whereas you go into any my facilities and its space and people walk in they go. What do I do? I well, we're gonna teach you how to move properly. You don't need to be on any like you walk into these gyms, and you see a hundred treadmills I have one or two maybe and their manual. You have to do the work for you. You know? So it's I think you're seeing more and more of those types of things with some of these gyms we travel I travel with our NHL team. So we we stand some nice spots. We get to kind of all over North America. You're seeing more these high end gyms that are just saying, okay? We're gonna lay down forty yards turf. And we're going to put some different implements out here, and let people experiment with them, which is good and positive and negative. But you know, there's I think it's turning a little bit. You're seeing more group fitness. You're seeing more boutique fitness, which I think is is a good trend. You know, the cross fits and stuff like that. I think cross what is good for what it's done. It's put more barbells in people's hands. It's it's brought up the. Popularity of training. What have you is there? Some stupid stuff. It goes on for sure. But this stupid stuff that goes on it LA fitness down the street, and what kind of what we can qualify soup and stuff that's common. I think forcing people into movements that are very that are sports in themselves like Olympic lifting. A forty year old secretary who drives a desk ten hours a day. Probably shouldn't be snatching. Like that's now if she has been lately back towards more heavy lifting though. Oh for sure. Yeah. And and that's good. Yes. And no, I think it's again, it depends on the person, you know, a friend of mine who's a nutritionist Dr James Lavelle, and we we worked together a lot of professional athletes, and what have you, and we talk about the, you know, the differences the normal people that are coming in who are going to orange theory and cross fit and they're just getting pushed to their limit. Every single time they walked through the door. And that's one thing for an athlete in even with the athletes ideal with that's something that's really never on my mind. It's you want to dose them with enough of that. But just as much as they need, but with regular people if you're pushing them to the limit every time they go to the gym. You're eventually pushing them into a hole that they were going to have a tough time getting out of I'm thinking about the regular person though. What should the person be aiming towards consistency? You know, use it you have in your own garage to make sure you do it. Yeah. That's my thing too. But Levy will don't do that that committed to. And so it is you know, every muscle group. Right. Yeah. It's full body. It's you know, we we preach at our facilities. And even with the guys now is athleticism being athlete and all the training that we do with our high end Olympic, athletes, whatever you wanna call. It is there's versions of that the lay person can do, you know, they don't have to get complex. In fact, simpler is always better. Learn how to squat, but he doesn't mean you have to put four hundred pounds on your back. Right. Learn how to lunge properly a lot of women, especially all the news run and the problems because the way they're anatomically built is just if you're not training, and Sherry if you're not training around you're running you're going to run into problems with knees, hips, what have you and most people can't run to be honest again. It's a. Gil, I think it all goes back to investing in health and wellness, you know, in terms of. I got a gym membership forty bucks a month. That's my investment must not good enough. And again, it's not I don't think it's a money thing. It's the information that exists now with. The lots of good people putting good content, and and whatever and lots of free content. It's out there. It's just takes effort and time and focus to put into it. And do you do you think that going to what's your sort of general sort of? Trying to get broad stroke recommendation people, as you know, four sets ten reps kinda zone, or I know that are sort of vague questions for you want to be very specific. But yeah, I mean, I think it's again, I think it's number when it comes down to planning. You know, what what's the goal is to lose some weight for vacation as to whatever you see a lot of the guys. I know when I was growing up going to the local racket ball club and working out you'd see the same people doing the same thing on the same day of the week twelve months year. Yeah. Well, here comes Jim. He's gonna do biceps and shy. So it's like, I think a lot of people need variety in their programs. They need a little bit of that period as Asian to where. Okay, I'm going to train for six weeks back off for a week. And I'm gonna start my another program, you know. And I think that's again, it doesn't have to be specific. It doesn't have to be specialized program just have had variety of image of to do it. And you have to do it. Yeah. I did a podcast Gary maybe with. We did a fitness jeans guys where they did a DNA analysis muscle in attrition issues. And I was surprised I spot on the now was in his thing was you should be lower EPs higher weights. Which something I already knew what I responded, that's what I liked and don't take off much time like six days a week. So you should be doing. I was I've always thought that what number was it up three twelve with Dr Dan, Reardon and can find that podcast one dot com slash premium. And I was and I started doing that. I feel better I'd have to I'd have to work out really as hard. I don't know. What it was? It was it was more. I felt more quote in shape, and I was able to tolerate you probably someone that has a sensitive nervous system in terms of the right amount of stimulus is going to give you way, more bang for your buck. Where if you stop it, you know, as an example, three sets of six. Yeah. If you do two more sets on top of that you put yourself into that. Yes. You know what I mean? Absolutely true. And that's you know, I was just talking to one of my NFL guys interrupt spot right now plays for the lions and a super sensitive nervous system, and someone that I've learned a lot from just those muscle sort of make up or something, but it's all nervous system. It's how you react to the type of stimulus that you're providing. And that's I'm to be honest, something I'm super intrigued about because it's you can really make significant changes with just miniscule amounts of tweaking, especially with him. He's six six to seventy and he's one of the best athletes of ever seen. But if you give him too much it puts in huge hole. Why I was I was I was aware that when I was in high school football. I would I'd explosive for about three steps that was it everything past five to that. And I literally beat the ball into the backfield. And if I had not tackled anybody by that point, silver close. The opposite was strong and slow didn't have that and slow, but it, but it sort of seemed to be that something about the initial explosiveness is part of what I experience on the way lifting piece to it's good for few sets and can go very very heavy and go rap the top. Yep. And then then it's all over. Yeah. So I think as you get older. Oh, yeah. More pronounced everything's corporate every but but I was convinced by Mark Bell. Yep. I was expensive to go back, and it's more power movements and put them railway dogs. I was afraid about my bag my shoulder and it helped me joins. Yeah. Oh for sure is a paradoxical surprise. Well, it's funny. Older clients of mine that you know, help our friends of the family and stuff, and it's like, oh, what should I do about? You do cardio every day. Oh, yeah. Real good at car. You lift some weights lean muscle burns fat. At rest lean muscle is going to keep your joints stronger. You're going to get different ranges emotion. Oh, yeah. You know? My dad goes back to the Jim back. They still live in Canada when he's seventy something now, and he's working more than ever hasn't his tire light. And wow, you know, and he's I wanna be him. I know he's a carpenter by trade. So he did it for fifty odd years they Irish immigrants to Canada, you know. So he was laughed at me when I worked out what are you working out for gays and workshop all that would like but for him. Now, he loves it. And he's seeing the benefit, you know, he's lost some weight, and he feels better, you know, he's sleeping better. And it's like, you know, it's so so important for people to continue to lift weights. But then again, what I said before you go into these big bucks gyms, and it's all the machine. Plastic, and it's at least they're squashed going on. And all that kind of stuff, which is great. But I still think the dumbbells the best. Oh, yeah. Anything you need anything to be honest. Like, you know, I was trying to be able to do it with nothing. But yeah, you need you need and the way I neither the something about a heavyweight in your hand over your head is different. I agree. Let's go back there Tricia bit. So let me just tell you about. So I did marks thing and immediately gained twenty pounds. And I came back. I know the story do this all the time. This what how the bigger smaller version of myself and not really getting them out of it. And then somebody said. Doing this health fitness podcast. And he goes, you gotta you gotta go on the anabolic diet. And I had I had interviewed Sean Baker the carnivore guy. Yep. And I and I was reading it though. Thing. Yeah. Well, and then I thought I could do this carnivore thing more easily. I I can do stake in exile. Just because the other stuff too many. I can't be weighing things and deny catch can't be doing us not lie. No. And so that house next and God damn in about four days. I was shocked at how good I felt and it just I've been on about four months zero essentially, I try to have zero carbs. I'm not. But if somebody had told me, I was gonna feel this good. I would've told them that anecdote no way, forget it. I'm sure I won't react like that. And I'm not sure this is the healthiest diet though. I have the lowest LDL ever had the lowest triglycerides highest HDL in really doesn't hear me period and not getting gotten up rest. I usually get up restaurant fiction. The colds and think nothing I need less sleep. I've got more my Blaine when I get into Kito says, my brain clarity is crazy. Yeah. I think he better. So I've been for me this works. I'm not sure it's a hell. You think for thirty year old? I wouldn't wanna be on this for forty years. I can't imagine. It's good. But for six year old. Thank me feel pretty good. Right. But you know, what? It's funny too because I think to your point it works for you right now in your life with what you do. And that's what people they in my experience, they gravitate towards whatever is new. We had this big trend. I don't know this companies still Eissa jenex, you know, and all these people are losing weight doing the shakes. I said to friend of mine, he lost sixty pounds in four months or something like that any need to lose it sedentary all sorts of us. That's good. It is. But I said to him I go what do you do in the shakes or done? Right. What do you do in your body starts to go? Oh, you're just going to try and keep eating less and less and less. No. Yeah. Then the metabolic damage last two years. And then you're just in at the bottom of a hole that you can't get out of. And that's what happened, unfortunately. Because he just couldn't you can't just keep cutting calories. Not again, you do Tricia talks and consultations whatever and people are scared of protein peop-. Hired of meat scare protein. Yeah. It's just I don't wanna gain weight protein doesn't make you gain. It's the the misconceptions around. I mean, you just go on Instagram and type in diet. It's just like it's overwhelming. And I think it's overwhelming for me at some points too. Because you get all these with our athletes, you know, they're they're wealthy guys. And they're young and they hear all hey, should I go Kito? No. You shouldn't go key tones don't grow on trees, you need carbohydrates are guys burn their performance. Three four thousand calories a day. We they need carbs. They need good carbs in my opinion. But a lot some can get away with shitty carbs to you know, like depending on their makeup. Exactly. So it's so specific to the individual to the individual, and where you are you're actively level what your genetics obviously, the Hugo like we talked about. But again, I think that all goes back to investing in that. And investing in you know, like these these people I've seen that go to the. Orange theory have resting heart rates of one hundred twenty five and wonder why it's just like, well, maybe that's not for you. You know? Like, maybe brisk walking is better, you know, to get your heart rate at a zone that becomes a little bit more efficient, and what have you? But some I know with my wife my wife for her. It's like I can't trainer because I'm you know, that's just our relationship. But she wanted to be specific or she's looking for something that she doesn't even know what what it is. Right. Right. You know, what I mean a lot of people that way and I go to yoga. Yeah. You go to yoga because you're bendy is hell and you're good at it. And right. You know, like, it's those misconceptions are hard to get people away from I don't mind people going towards though things that they enjoy our good at. Oh, no. We'll be consistent. Yeah. I said to her like, you know, go do a lots at least, then there's more resistance. Yeah. There's more around muscle tension, and, you know, metric strength, and what have you whereas yoga like, I'm not meant to do yoga. I'm thick branch. I'm not meant to bend in those ways. But L doa fantastic for me. That's all about spinal health. I need that. Sound although is like a form of isometric concentrated stretching. I guess you call them probably brutal with a person with a trainer. Yeah. I mean, we do it in classes, we have a couple of really good instructors in Orange County, but it's basically all spinal health, it's all around Fazul tissue. It's all around holding positions. The first time ever I ever. Did it the guy looked and he said all you're gonna you're gonna be in for one tonight me and my wife went on a date night there, and she was fine with it because she's gonna be hyper mobile, and whatever. But I am not, you know. So it was I walked out of there. I felt taller and it just feels like that pressure off your spine, and those, you know, thrash spine, especially for me from too much bench, press and all that stuff later or earlier in life. But it's it's finding those modalities or whatever you wanna call it that fit into the schedule. And yeah, you can do what you like I love the benchpress. I still do it. But I do it once a week. And I keep my volume to a certain point. You know, because if I do too much to get rounded forward, I get trapped problems, neck, problems, whatever. And I know if I do too much then it's going to be a problem overdo the pulling as opposed to the pushing. But my venture goes up what excites you days? You know, what I love what I do. I think I'm super fortunate to be in the field that I am because I love helping people, and whether it's a pro athlete or a, you know, a young up and coming athlete or even just someone looking for help. And I think that's I feel very fortunate to be in the field that I'm in. You know, we moved out here for years ago. I've three kids, and you know, it's it's been an adventure county. Yeah. That's hopefully, someone something that continues and kind of looking forward to that next step but being out here like California is like this health and wellness field is just he can do anything can do anything, and that's probably positive and negative. I feel like every startup every nutrition every company is just here. Like, you get with a lot of good people. And I got some projects that I'm working on that that are exciting to me and maybe eventually getting facility out here for for athletes, and what have you not exciting. But just being in this environment. I feel like, you know, there's just. Something here that people are ching for obviously with the population. The weather all those things are big factors in that Canada's, you know, I don't like winter anymore. But yeah, I'm excited about that. I'm excited about our field. Feel like there's some really brilliant people Mark being one of them. We just he was visiting me in July. I development can't you know. So guys like him that are pushing our field forward and even with the sports teams around here. Some great coaches, and what have you that are really it's it's an exciting time to be in my field. I feel I want. I know you're focuses elite training, but I want to get your recommendations for an average person. But which average person be doing, you know, when we talk about the average person, and I think already spoke about it a little bit in terms of what people are dealing with coming into the gym seeing different populations of people. The first thing I look at hydration, you know, and people aren't drinking enough water for whatever reasons, whether it's, you know, their job or their coffee as opposed to water or other colored drinks, or what have you it turns out to be a really big factor in performance in performance could be just a, you know. Lunchtime workout for somebody or could be after work, actively whatever it is is really great product that we use called hydra light and use it probably every day. I use it with our athletes every day with our general population every single day. And it's something where if people are drinking a minimal amount of water adding hydro light supplement like hide hydro light to the water is just going to increase the uptake. It's going to it's going to help that much more. It's just going to give him that extra boost. Obviously, we still want people drinking water, and you know, the value of that is massive. And when you're talking about average consumption, it's between that four to six bottles on minimum five hundred milliliter bottles, and most people just aren't getting that, you know. And I think when you include supplement Michiji late. It's it just makes it a lot easier. And I think that's what people are looking for. They're looking for simple, simple answers. And we use it during travel we use it during competition, even but it's something that you can put in your regular practices. Someone trying to get in shape, or you know, weekend warrior, whatever you wanna call it. Most people don't even can supplements. Right. Maybe. But I mean, people always ask what's up taking if you're young healthy person. No supplement. Yeah. Eating real food real food. Now, if you have other problems, or you know. Whatever things that you're dealing with them address by a healthcare practitioner, or what have you that's different issue? Yeah. But I think yeah. You know, eat, I are you making your own food. You know, six seven nights a week. You know, we try to get our athletes live the eighty twenty eighty percent of the time. You're we call it the athletes plate, which isn't really specific to the athlete depending on the ratio food but good lean protein. Say clean cars with that's kind of terrible term good carbohydrates, slow carbs, what going to call them, lots of greens, lots of color and some fat. So that's an average person could benefit from that too. Yeah. And it's it's really comes down to that and Oregon, right? So how do they assess that we we use an old trick? And it's supplement suppling company nutrition company. RPI templates really really good brand. I have nothing to do with them. I know the guy and I use their products. But you know, they they do really how do you size up your food piece of protein size your palm or between your palm in your hand? Depending how big you are and thickness of your palm. So for me, I can eat a pretty good sized stakeout. And I enjoy that. Yeah. But I work for this every meal or is this? Yeah. I mean, I think it's a good. I think it's a good thing. When you got your hand on the plate. You have takes up almost half your plate protein. Yeah. That's a good earth. And that's a good amount of fat was the best source of that, you know. Extroversion olive oil nuts and seeds again, a little more higher in the calories. So depending on where you're at do you get into the coconut oil and that kind of? My wife cooks with gates unbelie Vincent of vilified lately. But I mean, again, it's you know, gluten bad. Well, if you eat nothing, but gluten you probably gonna run into some problems. But there's nothing wrong with pastor. Right. You know? And if when if I ever go to Italy, I'm going to eat a hell of a lot, you know, like, but when I'm here, I'm not going to focus on it. Because it's not a good energy source for me doesn't do well in my stomach. So I'm going to stay away from it. And this low carb is like. Does Brown rice. You know, keen was not really a car. But it does the job much of that. So what we say to our athletes is two fists of your own fist. And that's an active athlete. So for for the carbs. Yeah. Now for the for the, you know, the average Joe or whatever I think that's half to a full fist. That's a lot for hours person. Should they if I wonder if people will have appetite problems, plus they up the Fatima, but you know, what the other thing with that is, you know, slice of some avacado on top your salad extroversion? All wha what have you? But the other thing without is something that I caught myself on is eating slower because I would sit down in front of the TV or you know, when we were young we are in our first house. You know, you kinda eat in front of the TV, which is horrible. I wouldn't even take breaths. You know, and I just didn't have hungry. Yeah. And by the end, I'm just like one eats more, you know. So it's like, can you take whatever's it thirty bytes or chew thirty. Times. But it works. Eat slower. Eat slower. Enjoy your food take breaths. But I think it was recommended to fifteen breath between each bite. Oh, my gosh ninety bites. But each mouthful, so you've got to sit there, and you know, brief fifteen times before you can take the next one that will drastically change the amount of food you're taking in. I think people also don't realize how important caloric intake is. Well, that's the other piece. I mean, if you want to lose weight it's calories in versus calories out period. Carves bad car. I think the the other thing though, that that that's one piece that's not quite adequately discussed and the other is sort of appetite management. And that's why worry about the fats. Oh for sure. And I think fats, huge one. I like the, you know, the bulletproof coffee. Great and use that stuff to lean on it. I use it a lot more of KADO a lot more nuts almonds. What have you, but not without overdoing it again, I think that's that's the calorie conscious more than anything. It doesn't mean you have to eat like a bird. It's just knowing when to take those in a lot of adults that we see back home. It's they'll have a Cup of coffee and a bagel or a, you know, a Muffin, which is really a piece of cake with some dried fruit in it. And then they won't eat again until three or four o'clock. Yeah. And then the lead a huge overeat too fast. And then they'll snack on sweets because they're craving sugar and salt, and what have you and it just to cycle. Yeah. And then they can't get to sleep. And then they don't get enough yet. That's why the high protein high fat stuff is really worked for me. It's been crazy. Yeah. And Razia factor. That's been free for me as well. If I know how better how much better I feel after? Probably sticking to similar to what you do terms of my eating, and I know when I do need carbs, if we do different more, if if we change our training up a little bit in terms of adding more expenditure. I know I can I can use some more. We use a good product you can which is a. Superstar nicely invented to keep diabetic children alive or well. So we feed it to our athletes. It's unbelievable rep for exertion or thirty minutes before and we use it afterwards as well. Because it's I'll send you some. If you want it because it's an incredible product. It's one of the only supplements that actually works. Because it has to work, but it delivers energy, but is lower calorie or what? Yeah. The calories are insignificant. Because it's it's because it's a slow carb. It's not going to get your eyes rolling back in your head or anything. But it's funny. We give it to our guys. And then we took it away. Oh, where's our? Oh, where's that? You know? And it's again, it's I like the supplements that you can drink your red bulls, and whatever you're only going to get in my experience, you only gonna get limited response from that. And the response is going to be way shorter than you think it is he with coffee and stuff like that. If you drink terrible coffee with you know, and you drink too much of it. You buy just starts to. We're not gonna use this as well anymore. Right. We're gonna get rid of most of it. We're going to buffer it faster than you think. And it's not going to be that that doesn't attrition. You have to change it up a bit for sure like it's like cycling through protein I like protein, but I don't take it all the time. We use some plant base we use some collagen protein like change it up. Keep your keep your body guessing this terrible. But to some degree from variety, right? Gluten can't pastas good, especially good, passive, but I'm not going to eat. It's gonna eat it. Maybe a couple times month area. If that we'll Mark we've got to wrap this up. Is there anything I've missed this? You wanna talk about no. No that's got to most of it. I think so it's a it's a topic. We could just go all day just goes and goes it goes in. And I again, if we if I were any elite athlete we'd be having a completely different conversation. Yeah. I I'm definitely a dilettante. But there are people that are obviously haven't done as long as I have just getting into it or try to figure it all out. And I like the philosophy. You're using. I I wanna try that star stuff so much. Try. Other than FitzGerald ATS dot com at federal anything else where should send people. I know. What that's that's it for now. I got some things in the works the app elite training system we ever own up. We use kind of internally for organizations in teams and stuff that we work. Something's got a bunch of recommendations for workouts or something like that. Yeah. So we'll we'll get a contract with a hockey school average person should get the app. No. They can't they can't. But eventually, okay. All right. Good. We'll for that. And meantime, we'll just follow on Twitter and book, California. I'm glad you're here. The graduation all this. Thanks for the advice. And I hope people put put it to good use. And we'll be back take a little break and back to your calls. 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We're going to go out to some callers now, and that's straight on out to Paul Paul. What's up? Hey, dr. How's it going? Good paul. What's up? Hey. So I was wondering if you've ever heard of a woman named Gretchen moving tell me more. No, but gum up forever. Then go ahead. Okay. Great. Well, so she's a bestselling author and her most recent book is called the four tendencies, and it has a personality framework. Therefore, obviously thought you might be interested in hearing about. Overlap with so, okay. It's basically a two by two matrix. And you can think of it as whether or not people respond interested patients and whether or not they was to outer expectations. Yup. That's that's kinda accurate. Yeah. So I think you are what she called an upholder, which is also what she is. And those are people who both medley respond to inner and outer expectations. But I I have a preponderance of going out before I go in if that makes sense in this little framework, and there was I I I respond out. And then whatever happens inside secondary to the first my my posture is towards the outside if that make sense, then what she calls him oblige, which is someone who readily funds outer expectations. Yeah. And always put others first. That's me. Unfortunately. Why I thought you might be an upholder is people who are tend to make their own commitment. So working out is actually a big thing for holders. You know? So I'm sorta kinda both. Okay, interesting. Yeah. And then myself, and Mr. cruel are surely what it called questioners. So those are people who readily respond to interact with patients, and they only respond outer expectations when it makes sense to them when they run it through their own filters. That's intro questioners, he arbitrary thing. And so she'll app. How would you think about an ears revolution? And enough water would say, I love it. And a question would say why does it have to be on January? That's really funny and very one line that made me laugh out loud. Because again, this is something I'm in common with Mr. cruel in particular. They hate traffic laws that are between so red Turner stop signs that kind of thing. And then lastly, the the last matrix those who respond ninety two or X or outer traditions are rebels and that has came remember the disorder. You labeled Ray where it's related to that. I think so opposition defiance. Yes. Thank you. Yeah. And I it's quite interesting, though, she she gives us the name rebel. It's it sounds negative. But you know, she thinks perhaps Gandhi was a rebel so people. I'm going to bed rebel can have sort of different versions. I can occur in probably different biological context. In other words, certain people can be a rebel, and have empathy and kind of be able to sort of be concerned about other people in certain certain situations, and they're probably rebels that have no empathy are kind of dangerous. Right. Yeah. She's actually very quick to point out the business just one narrow aspect of people's personality. Yeah. This is just an interesting again. It's just just an interesting construct that she's created probably seen it, you know, repeatedly or experience and is putting it out there another contract. It's good all these different contracts have be because our personalities, and our brain functions is so complex all these different models. Help us fit together. More holistic picture of how our brains work if that makes. We're just simple accommodation infinitely complex biological stuff for their you understand. Well, we will. I think one day, but we would it turns out the brain is doing is probably very different than these macro concepts that we used understand what another. 'cause I well I highly recommend you have her specialty is happiness research through very bright ship. Gary, listen to Gretchen Rubin. We want to try to her. New York Times bestseller. She's extremely smart. I have a lot. Okay. I'm in. I'm in everything you said about her it looked it up while we were talking here. It all looks like stuff, it'd be very fascinated by and I sort of, but I like sort of empirical is sort of a protest of its nice interesting. She's very pragmatic. And I know you love that. Thank you so much, thanks for German. This is Sharon share. Would you say how are you? Good. So I have a brother older brother on the youngest of four and he's been in and out of rehab for years. And and so most recently, he's he's out and he's clean, which is great. But we've had a lot of arguments and things that his new wife and some family drama, one of the things that always comes up as he's gone in and out. He's been arrested all this stuff that he's never really like apologized to any of us and flowed out so the whole bit. So what's his what's his drug of choice? And while he's kind of mixed it up and back in the day. It was cocaine and drinking and now it's painkillers. Okay. And and how many wives does he had? This is number two and. His ever been diagnosed with anything other than addiction. No has there ever been concerned about as you have been involved in criminal behavior any type like on job with the law yet he was arrested for drugs and possession things like that. And let me think not related to drugs. Yes. I okay. Yeah. So he may have a personality disorder on top of his addiction. Right. But it's really hard to tell when somebody's an addict because guys like this can look like sociopaths and when they get sober or narcissist. And when they get sober all that personnel stuff at least settles down sometimes. So that's what you hope for. But it sounds like in now in his sobriety. There. Still is a lot of personality stuff going on. Right. Yeah. Actually. And now have the wife involved in she's author recovering how long shoot so. I don't know. I don't know her that. Well, so tune to new people living together. Yeah. To new people living together. It's going to be a disaster. That's two newbies is like two people try to hang onto two angles. They just sink. So that's gonna be a problem. And what's is? He oughta medication now your brother he is. He's on and they had some like back issues and things like that. So they put him on like nerve pain. Medication? Lyrica Manton voice got back. He's back his back his back pain because got his fine. He's on it Baz back pain because of the opiates the back pains going to go away that I can pretty much guarantee. If you stay sober. Neurons. Good runs. Good for post acute withdrawal and stuff. So that's that's reasonable. He's anything else. That's all I know. Well, that's good. Is he going hang on going meetings? Right now. He did good. All right. All right. All right. It's all good. All good. All good now in terms of apologies under no circumstances should somebody with that history. Humbly, I would say her I would I would I would I shouldn't say it's cly. It would ordinarily be the case that somebody with that history would not even attempt an apology and his Norwood. His his sponsor of you had a good one allow him to make anything like an apology for at least a year. Because when when an attic mix apology, this stage of the game, it's to relieve his guilt, and and and and to apologize for your discomfort. Not to make it right? Once he's been sober a year or two, then he will come not to apologize, but to make an amends, which means cleaning up his side of the street making things, right? Okay. It's been a few years, though, sober few years that I said he just out of treatment. No, no. He's over a few years a few years. Yeah. And this isn't like the first time that you know, it's been a gap of like say like seven years, he'll be fine. And then. Back on you know, whatever it is and go back into rehab again. But I've never ever had that kind of conversation with him where he's ever apologized for all the things from when I was little because I'm the youngest out of the group. And so I guess I'm, you know, hoping that it would calm, but it never did. And now all of the kind of arguing that's going on in the family. I just kind of a hands and kind of given up, and I know my sibling, my my sister. And I are kind of on the page, but my other playing are just kind of sleeping under the carpet, as we always usually do kind of just letting it go, and my parents are older, and I feel bad. And what are they arguing about? What are the argument? It's basically just stupid stuff, and it just turns into a bigger argument. But if basically all the underlying things that, you know, from the past or still kind of there that have never really been resolved. Makes me runner if he's actually in the program. It makes me wonder if he's actually sober. You could certainly go to him and say ask him how he's doing and tell him how his disease had made you feel when you were little and see if you get anything like what you need. I wouldn't attempt anything like that though. Unless you yourself had a therapist and an L and or an alanon program and sponsor to support you because there's no telling how that kind of thing would go, okay. Haven't done well in the path. Right. So you need you need somebody in your corner before you go into that room. Okay. All right. Our friends at theraworx are delivering a product that has changed lives of many of my patients. 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That's all we got is the urine toxicology, but these are often not observed this has led to an epidemic of falsified adulterated samples for patients, the use someone else's you are widely available synthetic you're the relative people keep using and treatment just waste time. Recently, I found out about the solution that virtually eliminates that possibility even where they are unobserved. It is called taks protect DNA verify drug test labs. That provides one hundred percent sample authenticity. Talked project was created by Gina talks, labs and abuse in place of standard. Your drug test starts with a simple one time cheek swab establish the patient's identity when submitted each substance screening uses DNA testing to verify the sample matches the patient additionally talks protect screens verse. Thank you earn and any adulteration that would indicate dilution or other monkey business. In other words, it pretty much guarantees. You know, what's going on with the patient? I'm excited to see this as being used. I think it can significantly improve addict chance for successful recovery. I'm gonna be talking more about Gina talks labs and talks. Protect future shows, thankfully, it has been used by more more facilities every day. Be sure to ask for it by name talks. Protect get more information or to share it with your facility. Go to Dr drew dot com slash talks. Protect again that is my site dot com slash T. O X P R O T C, T talks. Protect. Try robert. Not getting anybody through Gary, Robert what's up? I got you. Yeah. Mental illness kinda runs in my family, specifically manic depression, bipolar type stuff and my my dad over the weekend after some kind of depression issues, and like sleep after mod grandfather died he started showing some real fun of Bonte depression types, though, he became he became manic. Yeah, he. Yeah. Like he'd basically nonstop for two days straight, mostly he the first time ever got aggressive like physically with my I got paranoid. So he's held us. He about he is fifty four any drugs or alcohol in there. No never here lately pretty conservative Christian family. And all right. We needs to be he needs to be stabilized. I mean, this can get very bad. He we we had to have him committed committed good and again against his will. So we're not as in control of it as we would like, I I didn't know if you had any suggestions on. Well, they'll they'll treat him when he settled hill land and hill, not even remember this. It'll be hard to even understand that the condition. He was in. But you've done exactly the right thing. And this is a highly biological and highly treatable condition, and he'll be fine. He really will. Okay. Do you have any suggestions on stuff too? It's. My great grandfather had up. My grandmother had. My dad has brothers ahead. Is there anything I should watch for over? Well, the the main thing for you is that if you develop a major depressive episode or anything like hype ameinias to treat it aggressively. Because it it tends to the some dad I've seen that suggest. It will kindle during the late teens and twenties. In other words, if you let the swing start to really develop during those early young adult years, then they'll just keep going the rest of your life. While if you suppress them if you really aggressive about it during that window, they tend to damp and not be as bad as they might have been democ sent. Okay. All right. We say treatment or is that that always for bipolar. It's always medication. But as little as positive as possible. Yeah. Okay. Okay. Right on. And this is Bobby Bobby was going on. Hey do. I'm thirty seven years old. And I've never done any kind of like marijuana anything like that. Now that it's legal. You know, curious I was thinking about trying edibles I think it'd be interesting, and I just wondering what are the risks? Why go all the way to edibles the hardest to kind of figure out as an initial dose because it's slow onset. And that kind of thing it's much easier with birth. Yeah. So I I say you something more rapid acting. Right. If you're going to try that. And I'm I'm kind of curious myself, what stuff is like these days because it seems so different than when I was growing up the what I worry about for myself is triggering triggering panic and exhibiting which certainly could happen to some people. Although the manufacturers these days insists that does not with a certain types that they have those with the old blends, and blah, blah, blah, you could overdose at have a toxic reaction or a psychotic reaction that does happen. But pretty rare that's about it trigger addiction. I guess but not usually in a single exposure nothing like that. Okay. No big risk though. No big risk and a single exposure logs. You don't take too much and by the thirty seven I e be worry more word a younger person because it can affect the mind the brain more permanently. And and it could also trigger the they think now Bill triggers certain mental illness has been not at three seven. Cool. That's kind of thought that would be less because of that. And I'm not really worried about being addicted to it or. I there's something for me like something ever. Smoked thing in my life. I'm kinda not interested in ingesting it that way. So I just have. Talk to somebody right knows what they're talking about terms of dosing Jerry's gonna give you recommendation, and then whoever that person is like trust them a lot and get their advice on dosing, then take half of that our because especially if you go to far down that rabbit hole relates long. It can be like eight nine there's no way back. So. Yeah. So yeah, I I'm a musician, and like, you know, like most of the rest of my band, like they're like expertise, I kind of want to join the ethics, but they've had story why I'm going to bed. I'm going to bet you I I know you feel like you're missing out on something. But I'm going to bet it's not gonna be as affects different brains differently. It's it's a funny drug some people are just incredible and other people and other people it's paranoid panic that kind of thing. But we'll see. Well, you know, I I'm really interested to see I know that the paranoid panic. That's that's a possibility. But interested for what it does censor like, sensory wise like a little bit. Music on you know, and it's like it's an incredible new like plane of visits. You know? Those are those are the guys that those guys that love it. That's that's a bit much. The other thing to consider is context is key. Make sure that you when you decide to do it. You are doing something you feel comfortable xactly, you want to feel very comfortable music festivals or stuff like that. But you don't wanna have to. Yeah. Chance at the boss is going to call two hours. Right. But also the festival some people get Agra, phobia and stuff. So I'm just whatever your thing is don't be position where your boss could call. They need you in the office in a half hour because then you'll for that sucks. So, you know, I think I think I'll be okay. So. Mater games or something. Yeah. You're not accountable to Adam Corolla like areas be Gary's high audibles and Adam calls. What do you do Gary? What are you gonna do a power through? All right. Thanks for. All you guys. Pre it. Thank you for listening. Again, do go to dot com and check out the family pas, we have their edition that out drew podcast. Of course. There's this life this patrol chick him all out. Please join me at the Instagram scrap site, which is DR drew Pinski. Drew pinski. We do these live TV's live inscribed TV once in a while. And. Am I gonna answer that question to another one in here? Okay. And so a reminder we're going to do the opium series as an audio book. So I do want you to look at that Clarisa is this you again different. Different Clarisa close. What's going on? Hi there. I billing really kind of strain, and we kind of lightheaded I naturally have pretty low blood pressure, but it has never measured at the doctor's office could be dangerously low. Yeah. The summer. I got it measured my grandparents place, and there were a few times, it was low, and I haven't haven't had it measured since and wondering if if something could happen where it just gets lower and contribute to feelings. Overall weakness. If you're you're making a diagnosis based on a very vague symptom. You need a doctor. There's a hundred thousand other things could be causing this and you need a proper diagnosis low blood pressures probably number fifty on the list of possibilities. Somebody your age typically does not get symptoms from low blood pressure. So you're otherwise healthy with that new medical problems. It needs to be explained you need to go to doctor and get or lab workup, physical examination and figure out what this right? It does closer. And that'll do it. Next time for can only times topics on Twitter. Dr drew podcast. That's DR DR w podcast music. From today's episode can be found on the swing and sounds of the dunk groupon. Gassed available on I tunes. And while you're there don't forget to rate the show, Dr drew podcast Corolla digital production. Hen is produced by Chris locks on in Gary Smith for more information, go to Dr drew dot com. 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