13 Burst results for "Dr Nike"

"dr nike" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

03:49 min | 2 months ago

"dr nike" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"By pop up Were also we have here Yesterday about these of it. So this is coach. Peace drake's doctor and nike step terrorists. I in the beginning of hey online. But i'm going to defend them mainly because at least drake his model. That isn't bay is no go for the easy peasy as mix ninety maxwell one's a seven ninety seven's right he's trying to kind of machine some sort of a green between himself a nike to kind of introduce this modern retro. Here's a usually do they. Kind of vera collaboration. I forget good response. Gre later on down the line but at least they're taking a chance on the it does look a little bit like one of those feelers older spanish italian gaza wearing on your few years ago. Right there were one of the biggest sellers. I think they might that year. They came out from what mistaken in my the high selling. Trainers outside like talk to me. Just nuts in the footwear in general but definitely up there in those at jaden inept. Chunky phoenix altogether orange. One time it doesn't look cemetery. I'm not going to lie but is still looks. Good and is still an interesting shape. It's interesting silhouette is something new. Something fresh a is going to push for the little bit. I think it goes with his fetig when it comes to the tracksuit. Our alkaline line. I like it. I'm percy a fan. What necessarily work day today. Probably not the appropriate to go guanzhou looking for me but in general shoot having your attention as a kind of obscure sneaker they can kind of pull out a big fan of having shoes aren't necessarily shootout kind of divide opinion in your wardrobe rotation is definitely be one to add. Is that like a silver enamel. Suchet komo man these are. These are pretty fire. Appreciate college to are going to be great. It says here because of hype east joining the early we've had already received we. Now have another. Look at drake's. Dr nike step et tara. Coming to clean white cream calloway. The club the upcoming collaboration sneaky continues to canadian is ongoing. Not the subway ridership and make at the quarter yellowed bubble to. I guess i might be a nod to some of the sort of like a vintage user. You'd find especially with air bubbles from the bubbles kind of clouded paulson's a bit yellow bit stained. maybe that's not the not et it a whole step mackey. Hot step air terror which is a pin why upper constructively dynamic pending and creates a quality effect mocked by perforations and further. Detering comes form of an aggressive hill counter a shiny silver mlive on the islets and administrators. Branding at issue sculpted marching mid soles with large yellow unicef to rub arousal price one hundred fifty years hostile Now best release sometime in the fall. So yeah i'm a big fan of it a different than hopefully we'll see does a very soon And then what else we have here. Happy hummy house golfing. We've kind of going to our revelry that this year we kind of on average just of different now who got over an hour. It's been a pleasure to have your company's but usually our twelve years different an our twelve. It's been a pleasure to have your company usual. If i gotta show view you.

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"dr nike" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

16:34 min | 6 months ago

"dr nike" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"This ceremony will not cross that long. I think we need to do two things in the ceremony. In fact it should happen in every insect ceremony. I we should reflect on the table. Things that happened in second us that reflection and is memories to think about africa in how we can avoid repeating the mistakes of history not enough anzac day ceremonies talk about the future. They concentrate on remembrance and forget that the best wide on the full is to use the memory to mike sure that the deaths were not in vine too tight that energy and kit challenges mind so in vs on some poor twenty something young maine's needlessly blown up by lane mall in some foreign country on the other side of the planet home. Talk more bad that lineup. A little a twenty two thousand three hundred and seventy six. Trolley were held as prisoners of war. Private robert bill civis number q x one. Six four zero two of the second twenty sixth australian infantry battalion was one of them he was. My father wanted to tell you a little bit about him. He actually like most veterans. Never said much about the war. And what i'm about to tell you is probably everything on. He was born in child. Will september twenty two to lie about his age to get into the army. He was too young. He arrived just in time for the fall of singapore in the small skirmishes provided cap. John but the bullets whizzing around. He was with a man who had been in the fish And my dad said to him something like why the hell you sign up for another wool. If i'd had done it was going to be like this. I wouldn't have signed up for this one anyway. He was captured and found himself in chiang prison uniting on seeing the pictures the the terrible conditions that the prisoners found themselves in very malnourished. The images of the prisoners will similar to what you see from nazi. Concentration camps says a pretty tough place. Jenny prison not add about that. A whisper ice to india morale y some prisoners from johnny ended up counting and working on the rally. When you might not know is that certainly. My father's case volunteered for the morale why. He thought that he would get food. He didn't mind working and so he worked todd but got bit of food. It would be a better option little deny that would eventually that would work. Incredible house incredibly tough conditions. With even less food would suffer beatings malnutrition malaria and dysentery. The stories he told the ones that stick in my mind with the ball of rice if a fly landed on his ball of rice Some guys in that situation would scoop out a little Spoonful of that. Ross and throw it away Hyping just to have got rid of contaminated portion but my father would try until all which must have been hot getting you living virtually nothing else story. Tell me was better. How many days he would consecutively. And he observed what other prisoners looking and he was aware of what was going on in his mind He was quite certain that nobody had would more dies than he did in his camp. And it's a credit his resilience and toughness. As a country boy growing up in charleville with is conditions. anyway eventually. They returned from the morale line to chengdu prison. Hynd the other prisoners upon seeing the return of the the guys had been on the rally. The breakdown and t's and cried the prisons in prison looking at the co is coming back from morale my feel sorry for them by descried tells you the condition hiring anyway he had these two thousand biz in prison and eventually the japanese ended he survived. It was reported to sydney was fattened up in a camp in hyde park and discharge from the army and went on to live a full life as a working class man and he managed to spend a twenty year tom fishing on the gulf coast and one other story that i'd like to tell you is that towards the end of his life. He applaud for gold card which is a medical card. That you get servicemen injured in service in. He hurt his back while working on the burma. Rowley he eventually the gold cod. One of these reasons for doing that was he knew then he died before his wife another then she would also say the cod anyway. He had to present himself to a doctor who story and story of surviving. The morale tangy prison in a life of hard work as a working class main teams pops and at the end of the doctor reached across. And show my father's hand and said you are the most resilient man live admit and my dad telling you. That story was just tickled pink and he had an official diagnosis from a doctor of his resilience. Anyway barrel anymore. And when we complain about the coronavirus lockdown and think fullest sit home and watch netflix. So that was one of the lucky ones tunes out because he survived nail I'd like to think that really unlucky ones. He did not survive. The strong men and women who've died in wars numbers. Imagine so this in mind. Suncorp stadium in brisbane holds fifty two thousand people when it's full australia. Insulate history flooding woes. I've a one hundred thousand. People have died tucson copes. I have a two hundred ten thousand. It's really easy to look at those figures into superficially. Thank god that's terrible such shine soulful but i want you to take a and really think about it. Put yourself in the position of grieving person and really empathize. I'm going to talk to you diff. There's a big difference between all death in a young person's do more dad dotted. Id to. I didn't cry at his funeral. He'd had a good innings for him every day. After twenty one was a bonus it was sad but it was also physically natural thing to happen guy. My son leon died aged eighteen. He wasn't involving. The wall was an accident so much still does and now the youngest jillian main killed in afghanistan wanting some war on the on behalf. I think he's parents the knock on the door. Open that door on either shock in the pit their stomachs world spinning the loss and grief as i realized their son is gone for him. Mohawks nine careers. Dr nike friend. Who becomes a wife children for him nigerian children from him for us even a good just gone in as the guy special times. Christmas birthdays and weddings of siblings special. Tom's family gathers enjoys itself. And its history tells jokes about incidents that happened in the early ease at all times these. Tom's which should be joyful and satisfying fawing peaceful times. A scott is the scar in the pain and the display leone is missing. What would he say if he was he. Ah what would he be doing. He should he. Ah that my friends is. The ongoing torment suffered by people who lose a young man had a young wife and kids then multiply that woes. Kill young men when he the figure of one hundred thousand killed. Let's tucson coupes think of the two hundred thousand parents. Let's focus on coop. Stadiums of hailing parents think of the three hundred hasn't siblings. That's another six son. Coupes crying brothers and sisters and the ten close friends and billion. That's twenty suncorp secreting. That'll that'll leads up to thirty two suncorp stadium's full of misery. Keeping the pine was by wars you would think australians would avoid them at all costs if if cooled up in one we would try to get out of the war as soon as possible but the opposite is true. We had to into the second world war. It's pretty obvious. I complain in vietnam korea and more recently. What are we doing. Iraq and afghanistan forty one. Australian soldiers have been killed in afghanistan. Why what is the point of remembering the ends ex. If we accept the young men are being killed in afghanistan and we can't say why they went and while they're still leah. Tell me you leave it up to a politicians to work things here. That's not good enough. You are spitting on the graves of deceased soldiers. If you don't comply that young men at dawn in unnecessary wars us at once a year and feeling sorry for the anzacs is not good enough instead of a poem or hymn praising god or reading from the bible. I'm going to read something much more important. Nines and ages of forty one is trollion. Men killed in afghanistan andrew russell thirty three dived. Ps forty. forty-one matthew locke thirty three lukewarmly twenty six. Jason marks twenty seven. Sean mccarthy twenty five. Michael food sel twenty-five gary marcum shir thirty nephew hopkins twenty-one britain till thirty one benjamin rinaldo twenty two check moreland. 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"dr nike" Discussed on VelociPodcast

VelociPodcast

04:19 min | 7 months ago

"dr nike" Discussed on VelociPodcast

"He got it in and he got the steroids in now. After that i was able to get the sort of feeding tube out of my arm and because they just leave it in and i'm not a big fan annuals like when they take my blood. I don't watch. I'm not into this people like you are scared of needles. I'm like well actually sensible to be scared of needles. I'm not actually scared of needles. I just don't enjoy the process. I'd certainly don't want to see it happen. I was just looking away breathing through because he got it. By that night i was able to walk around relatively normal and this was one of the first times in a couple weeks i was able to straighten my legs which was a very weird feeling to suddenly have and because the thing. The tube was out on my arm the next day you know. It's basically healed after a day or two. I was able to sleep on my left side. I laid down. And i rolled over on my left side for the first time in weeks and weeks and weeks and i think i fell asleep instantly. Because that's normally how i fall asleep. I think i fall asleep on my left side. And then i might rule on my back. Maybe my right side. But i'll basically just go back and forth but almost always fall asleep on my left side now. We're getting to the point where i'm itching to get out of the hospital. I'm sort of course. look. I'm not getting better in here anymore. One can i get one of. The benefits of dr nike is that he never gave me optimistic numbers. So i said like you know. Am i going to get better. He's like yes. I think it's going to take six months to be walking normally again without medication. I was like damn because in my head again. I'd done recovery for so many injuries. In the past it was a non question to me that if you say six months i think to if you say two weeks i think one i'll i'll be done in a couple of days because i did the right stuff. I ate the food you're supposed to eat. I did the exercise. You're supposed to do. I did all the things that people don't do and then they wonder why they don't get better. I understood that if you do the things even if it hurts even if it sucks you'll get better so i decided on my own. I was going to start walking in on. My phone has a pedometer thing. So counts your steps so i was like you know what i'm gonna do. Two thousand five hundred steps in the morning. That's basically from my house to the station. And if i can do that twice..

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"dr nike" Discussed on VelociPodcast

VelociPodcast

05:07 min | 7 months ago

"dr nike" Discussed on VelociPodcast

"At random intervals. It meant that. I was incapable of you. Know getting into any sort of rhythm where i could fall asleep in between if you did start to fall asleep well that meant it was gonna wake you up because it was so sudden and shocking so the first few days i wasn't sleeping at all which wasn't making my situation any better the head nurse at one point so i said my document dr king dr nike came up and he's like how you doing. I'm like wow okay. But it's almost impossible to sleep so i haven't actually slept in the day and a half now. He's like well. Yeah that guy does suck. This guy was sleeping. Eighteen to twenty hours a day. Basically wake up and eat and then go back to sleep. The head nurse came the next day or the day after and asked me if there are any problems with the room. This is very japanese thing because they don't want to deal with the issue directly. That would be rude. But i'm like well. Technically there are no problems with the room but and then i kinda gestured over to the direction of that guy. I didn't wanna rat him out. He's obviously in the hospital to he sick but i mean unless he's getting his snoring i don't think he should be. It became very clear to me. They need a snoring versus non snoring room for people. So i'm light sleeper. There's actually a story told on veloce podcast earlier. I don't remember what episode. I'm actually start getting better. You know taking notes but would actually talk about sacred referred episodes. When i was a kid i had a man break into our house and step on my head and that has made me a very light sleeper. Ever since so. I wake up at everything so this guy was killing was like two three days then. I don't know if he was discharged or if they just moved them because the snoring of one man was negatively impacting the health of three other people. And so i think it would be fair to put him in a private room just for the sake of the other people. I wouldn't even say charge him more. I wouldn't say like he deserves to be punished because it's not really his fault. This is how he snores..

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"dr nike" Discussed on VelociPodcast

VelociPodcast

05:11 min | 7 months ago

"dr nike" Discussed on VelociPodcast

"I'm going to die then. Dr nike and dr nike is very off putting i. He's a very good doctor. He became my main doctor for the next month. But he giggles when he talks. He's got kind of a weird atmosphere. He's a young guy certainly a significant number of years younger than me. Which didn't bother me. I don't mind doctors being younger than me. Like some people do but when he giggled the first time and it was when he said the word penis because they had to ask like. Do you have any burning your penis. Do you have any any sort of discomfort in your areas and stuff. When he said that he killed a little bit like saying the word penis was a weirdly bad thing so i was like Not one hundred percent with this guy but okay. He does seem to know what he's doing he's like we're going to do a bunch of tests and We need to check into the hospital. Now as i said at the beginning i've never been checked into a hospital before so this was actually scary to me. I did not want to be checked into the hospital. But i was in no state to argue. I had no idea what was going on or what was going to happen. So i was like okay. Let's do it so they immediately just like took blood as many as much. A ton of blood Then they threw me up into a bed and then took me upstairs to the ward where i would be staying Japanese hospitals. It's four people per room for the public ones. You can pay for semi private and then you can pay even more and get a primer. And they're working really hard to try to figure out what's wrong with me and it turns out there's actually two things. The initial thing was infection of some sort and basically new anti-biotics now the knees were thing called reactive arthritis which i had never heard of so many needs me think that maybe doctor birkenstock really didn't know his arthritis as well as he thought he did. Because it is a form of arthritis really unusual. And what happens is when your body fights and infection your knees just sorta like now fuck off. We're out of it. We're done. We're just going to ruin your life and make it so you could not run away from a predator and die to degree. It's genetic so this isn't something that's common which is again. Why was probably really hard for the doctors to figure out what they had to put me on antibiotics for a week to get rid of this the initial infection and that's because it had run its course like it was it was ruined me at this point because it has gone a week and a half or something unchecked because again they didn't know is going on so fair. I don't want anyone to feel like i'm actually disparaging the doctors. Because i actually think every doctor i encountered did a fairly good job except dr birkenstock. I think might be a little overconfident in don't know how much reactive arthritis is arthritis. So that's where my lack of knowledge makes it difficult for me to judge the quality of his care but him basically kicking me out of the room and saying like all the other doctors fuck off wasn't maybe the best course of action. Dr nike every day. I got this like tub of antibiotics. Like jack into my arm..

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"dr nike" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

The Finding My Psych Podcast

04:13 min | 8 months ago

"dr nike" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

"Out my walking shoes with socks with my shorts with the t shirt assuming summer and that as soon as i got up that would be sitting there in front of me. Maybe right at my couch. Why tend to kind of sit in the cycle rate that i would set an alarm and that my alarm Even though i get up at five or six it would go off five or six but maybe the title of the alarm because an iphone. You could title your alarm. It would be time to walk super super subtle but it starting me off in the action place so get up. Brush my teeth i Probably not shower that just as a big time waste. I kept my shoes on. Put my shorts on. It's all sitting right there for me. And then i go so what happens when i'm feeling emotionally not ready to get out the door or i'm feeling there's some thoughts racing through my head about you know Y you're just wasting your time Closing your rings on your apple watch because it becomes the goal of course what a waste of time and you have all day. All these thoughts start to happen. And when you're engaged in a behavioral activation kind of stream what you do. Is you notice a thought. And you just put down you. Don't try to change it. You don't let it influence. The behavior of getting out the door you just compartmentalize the emotion and the thought. You just leave it. There hopefully forget about it and then you get the door and start moving so you have to make your actions your activating actions. Certainly attainable is very attainable. To get up. Brush your teeth. Maybe have a cup of coffee prepared the night before or whatever however you do that but to get right out the door very straightforward to do rate You shouldn't Set it up that you were going to walk ten k I can walk ten k howard twenty minutes or so no big deal. But if i'm thinking about that and how. It's going to feel in the morning. When i i get it starts become like i'm now sitting up something that i can't attain and then therefore my thoughts emotions are getting in the way that i don't go so really. The goal becomes getting out the door and just start walking what we know from the field of behavioral psychology and in this case behavioral activation. Activating a behavior by setting up. Everything in your environment to work for that what we know. Is that pretty quickly. As you start to move you start to feel pretty good that your not feeling the trepidation of getting out and taking the walk director because you already out and you're feeling good about the fresh air you your thoughts start to change. You know about how you're able to activate your day and move forward in your day so from a behavioral psychology perspective. What you're doing is dr nike. just do it. you're doing the action something that super attainable. That's not overwhelming in general. You're just doing it. And then you're observing that i i'd do the activity. That's a measurable outcome yesterday. Oh you did. You got out the door. As i've gone through the activity are completed at. How do i feel emotionally. What are my thoughts like. Are they always all resolved. No certainly are. They oftentimes resolved. Yes behavioral activation may feel cold. But when you're in a deep pit if you really believe that you're going to see something that's going to inspire you or you're going to read so it's going to inspire.

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"dr nike" Discussed on The High Functioning Hotspot

The High Functioning Hotspot

09:46 min | 11 months ago

"dr nike" Discussed on The High Functioning Hotspot

"Scenery means so it really depends what's happening in my life and i always the perfect number comes that i can handle and i actually. I actually have a mentorship with people that i coach. You want to be coaches and things like that and a lot of what we talk about is if they feel they have the spaciousness in their schedule. For whatever number. They're wanting to take on. Because i believe the universally gives you what you can still if you are busy busy busy with all these things but sale. I'm available for ten clients a week earnings different programs like when i see clients in person. See than for three hours at a time because i do ritual. I do other things to do. Energy healing too. So you know. That's going to depend camera sessions of doing in person if it's like an online session that's also you know so it all always depends on. I feel that were only given the number that we have the space for. Yes i am sorry. We can also mean even like emotional space give. You're going through a challenging time in your life in your energies. Not at its optimal. You're not gonna get as many clients because then you won't be able to handle it right right. I i actually run At some video download chorus for therapists that are in private practice that want to have their own successful practice and in the therapy industry. There's a lot of out because a lot of therapists feel like it's almost Mutually exclusive to to help people and to charge handsomely for your time and so then they end up feeling like they have to like see like you know some inordinate amount of clients just in order to pay their bills. And i'm always trying to explain to them. You'll actually do better work nov. Give yourself a raise. And then you can carve out one or two or hover mini just pro bono hours that you wanna do. But you don't be afraid to charge. And i got a lot of heat. A lot of pushback like within the psychology community. Like as i started to find all this success. I was like all. Like i'm going to be so welcomed. You know in my community. And i found like i almost get like Hostility like sometimes you know for that approach and the idea that you know the of prosperity and that that's not a bad thing I see nine your head. And i was just gonna ask you You know yourself like with with your interesting. You know medical doctor background. How of your colleagues in your cohort. And everybody kind of responded to this. Or what other thoughts do you have about that topic. I'm this topic. Is i had to go through with the hard way myself whether as becoming a medical doctor. It's because within me the Their nate aspect of me is a healer. And sometimes there's a healer complex. I think therapists are also neatly healers. There's need what desire to help everyone. But we're not meant to help everyone. And that was always what i found limiting because if people come with their money stories and you wanna give them a discount. It's a disservice to them. Because it's enabling to stay in east kinds of like patterns where they are not living their fullest potential or. They're not making the change and also it's a form of commitment. Payment is a form of commitment. So what i found is. I just had a moment of like. I wanna live the good life. I wanna live malibu beachfront. I know that's what i need to do. My best were. And i'm an an. I like ended up hiring a coach for myself. That was more business and money related. And she was like i remember. One coaches is several could Being like it is weird that you're a doctor and your charging so little. It was like this wakeup call. Like oh my god. It's true at invested over two hundred thousand dollars to be a medical doctor than all the investment in the holistic training in all the healer medicine men. I've traveled around the world to work with to expand that part of my repertoire. Appealing the investment. Who knows if it's up to like hundreds of thousands of dollars half a million who knows that. I invested to be who i am and then take charge small amount and so one day that flipped. That's totally flipped inside of me. And now i. My like women's program is a higher ticket program if someone wants to work with me for the charge fifty thousand dollars like and that made all the difference and i flourished in such a way. 'cause i could take time for south care if i'm working with leaders it's a ripple effect i don't need to help the whole planet. I do have free content on social media on my website with my blogs newsletter. So people aren't free resources. There's plenty of them and of course if you really want that one to one time like you said there's at energy expenditure as a country you're writing side by side if you want that level of hand holding then there is the energy exchange and as we know we live in a society. Where money is the form of energy exchange. Yeah that is so well sad. I just i have to say that is so well said. I'm i may even ask you for a referral to that coach. That you're working with. I feel like i could Probably even grow myself even further in that department. That's an area of interest for me. So that's great I just wanted to also Say i really appreciate what you said about. How if somebody feels like they didn't like yoga that you say you know that they need to try a few times Because when i was teaching yoga and people would say like well. What kind of yoga do you teach. And i would say well. I don't really specialize in a particular kind. What i do is i learn a little bit about all of them because some days your body needs tonga and you know some days you just want to be in yin yoga and that doesn't mean i'm you know some big expert in each one but it's more like a mindfulness level for me and what i was trying to teach to my private clients at the time. Was that the important thing was to be able to learn and study and observe themselves in that moment and understand. What kind of practice they need to do. In that particular moment you know rather than necessarily becoming an expert on one particular school. Although i'm sure that there are situations different walks of life where that is the right move like somebody just really needs to do. I younger all the time. So i guess it's just gonna vary Well i can't believe how time has flown by. I really appreciate that. You took the time to speak with me. Is there anything. I didn't ask you about or anything that you want to say or any questions for me I guess we invite everyone who's listening to invite them to follow me on instagram. At dr nikki star. Dr nike k. I s. t. a. r. share all about my offerings and the things that i'm working within my women's program often has Ways for especially your audience's women ver- julie actively people into that new level. And i so many of the women i work with are women who are having their own businesses. And it's like helping them to like. I knew i had a client new program. We ended up tripling the price of her program because she does need to make make make some Women of course men especially especially in the coaching world in the world to remember that you are. Time is very worthy of massive compensation and that remembering is so so so important so any kind of inspirational tips. I share on my social media. And my website is dr nikki star dot com. And it's just been such a pleasure to share this information. And i'm so happy that you're talking about some of these topics that i think can be challenging for people. Yes pat chip while it was so great to connect with you Nikki have a good rest of the day you. yeah wow. That was an amazing interview with dr nikki star. I can't believe like she actually really brought me out as well in some interesting ways to you. Know she. I can see that she has a real gift for pulling people out and forgetting cheaper than what's just in our mind or just in our body that there's so much overlap between those things i just have to stay for me to it. Felt very nice to be able to talk to somebody else that it had kind of the same path that i did not have had exactly the same pash but i haven't talked to a lot of people that have a license in the medical world and who also have a certification as a yoga teacher Go the chance to just talk about some of those concepts with her. I thought was really awesome. And i hope that you enjoyed the conversation as much as i do. If you want to keep the conversation going You can always connect with me on social media. I'd love to hear your thoughts about the episode any questions or comments or just hang out where in social media. I'm always available through my video laws and all kinds of other things. My youtube channel and instagram stuff like that. So anyway i hope to see you at the next functioning. Hotspot take care..

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"dr nike" Discussed on H-sana

H-sana

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"dr nike" Discussed on H-sana

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"dr nike" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr nike" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This is business rockstars from the nasdaq market site I'm Jeannie are men and our guest today is Ethan Agarwal he is the founder and CEO of active all right so active audio based fitness right that's right tell me more about that sure so active as a digital health company and what we do is we create work out classes which combine the voice and guidance of a really acts for world class trainer with an amazing playlist we put that together and create a class that we stream directly to our members and we talked about it a little bit and are the first part of our conversation but let's let's revisit why audio versus video sure so it when you look at the digital content landscape specifically within fitness prior to active all of the focus was on video and video has its place in certain cases but when you think about working out you're never staring at a four inch range for forty five minutes right that's a bad way to work out you need freedom of movement you move your head you move your body you move your lands that's how you work out you run down the street and so I realize that all the content that was being created through video was actually hindering our ability to work out because we were still tethered to the small piece of hardware the reason it audio works better is that it provides freedom of movement right so if you think about running for example you can't run down the street while staring at a video on your phone or on an iPad right that doesn't make any sense if you're doing yoga you know you're you're doing a downward dog for example you don't to be craning your neck up to look at the screen while doing downward dog to see what the next poses because that's bad storms so videos actually hurting that instead of benefiting it so once you realize that the best content in the best experience can be conveyed through audio it just felt like a natural fit and we are the pioneers Nadia based business was going to ask you who your competitors are like how who else is doing but it went well are the way we think about the landscape is our biggest competition frankly is the person who doesn't know about active you know when I go to the gym and I see people who are working out they have already taken the initiative to go to the jam they're already working out there typically listening to some music and I'm confident that we have a class that will make them work out better so our job is to ensure that they know that active exist because once they try it it'll definitely be better than whatever they're doing right now that's the only real competition we see in the space that said fitness is obviously crowded there's a there's a lot of people that are doing something in the tracking space you know like Dr Nike running and not my run and all these companies have started GPS track what you're doing there is companies that are focused on retail locations like studios campus that are and then there's companies that develop really big and expensive hardware that do you I guess use at home but none of those are particularly exciting or competitive tossed right were softer business were content business we are direct to consumer we are global and as we know software wins at the end of the day that's how any come that's why Netflix's Netflix and not a movie theater that's why Spotify Spotify and not selling CD's software and content wins and so we are the Netflix of the Senate space there's no one else that's approaching the market the way we are interesting so let's talk about growth are your about three years old less than three years less than three years old but you've seen extraordinary growth so both in terms of dollars and users where are you in location for that matter I mean in terms of distribution sure so we are now in twenty countries we just launched internationally last week thank you we were in the U. S. exclusively and we added nineteen more markets last week so we think that active is the global product we've always built it to be accessible to a wide demographic and that's why I think we've seen the growth that we see in the last two and a half years and now we're excited to bring that growth it you know twenty times over in countries around the world from Capitol perspective we've raised about fifty five million dollars in twenty months we have investments from the leading venture firms in the world including insight venture partners who did our series a in our series be Interserie see received investments from Amazon from Disney Warner Music Group and bows so you know where the only come in the world that both Amazon and Disney have invested in Amazon as the leading consumer company in the world Disney is the leading content creator in the world and they have both invested in us so I think it says you know it's it's humbling but it says something about well we have the potential to achieve what's the biggest challenge specific to this business it's really a question of educating their customer and educating the member of who we are and what we do it's very rarely a challenge to get them to stick with us our retention rates are by far the best in the industry it's it's it's not even close to what when but with that being our monthly retention and our monthly churn is less than four percent if you notice in this space which I'm sure you do companies are looking at twenty to twenty five percent monthly churn and we're at four percent so it doesn't really get better than that and the reason is that people take our classes and they love them and they have no problems sticking with the product so we don't really you you know that it's important for us to develop a product that people want to use and stick with the opportunity that we see is seeing that there's forty to fifty million people in the US who would use a product like this how do we educate them about it and how do we get in front of them that's what's exciting time and how do you do that a variety of opportunities you know certainly we advertise on traditional service or social networks we had done a great job of word of mouth when I say we did a great job I should say our members have done a great job of word of mouth they are telling their friends and spouses and siblings and parents and often their kids about it and we we see we there's a teacher that we use it in her class of twenty students and there is families are sending us pictures of three generations of people doing after work outs and living room at the same time and so the word of mouth component to it is so significant that we don't really see a need to you know waste unnecessary marketing dollars on advertising when out I could invest a capital into the product development and what I found kind of interesting and doing a little bit of homework is that like if you're jogging or something at some point you're hoping to have a the service just kind of talk to the person right in the moment and and maybe even like almost like a coach right alongside of you saying you know you need to run faster right that's exactly right and you know that's that day is closer than you might think already you when you're running you have our trainers near here telling you how fast run slow their motivating you there reminding you you know shoulders back neck up their money by your form etcetera but the real time customisation of it is something that will come as we have more data around engagement and yes that is something that we will launch you know in the not too distant future well we'll certainly an impact but I.

Ethan Agarwal founder and CEO
"dr nike" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"dr nike" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Fifty five twenty three this business rockstars from the nasdaq market site I'm Jeannie are men and our guest today is Ethan Agarwal he is the founder and CEO of active all right so active audio based fitness right that's right tell me more about that sure so active as an additional health company and what we do is we create workout classes which combine the voice and guidance of a really acts for world class trainer with an amazing playlists we put that together and create a class that we stream directly to our members and we talked about it a little bit and are the first part of our conversation but let's let's revisit why audio versus video sure so it when you look at the digital content landscape specifically within fitness prior to active all of the focus was on video and video has its place in certain cases but when you think about working out you're never staring at a four inch range for forty five minutes right that's a bad way to work out you need freedom of movement you move your head you move your body you move your lands that's how you work out you run down the street and so I realize that all the content that was being created through video was actually hindering our ability to work out because we were so tethered to the small piece of hardware the reason it audio works better is that it provides freedom of movement right so if you think about running for example you can't run down the street while staring at a video on your phone or on an iPad right that doesn't make any sense if you're doing yoga you know you're you're doing a downward dog for example you don't to be craning your neck up to look at the screen while doing downward dog to see what the next poses because that's bad form so DO is actually hurting that instead of benefiting it so once you realize that the best content in the past experience can be conveyed through audio it just felt like a natural fit and we are the pioneers Nadia based can I ask you who your competitors are like how who else is doing but it went well are the way we think about the landscape is our biggest competition frankly is the person who doesn't know about active you know when I go to the gym and I see people who are working out they have already taken the initiative to go to the jam they're already working out there typically listening to some music and I'm confident that we have a class that will make them work out better so our job is to ensure that they know that active exist because once they try it it'll definitely be better than whatever they're doing right now that's the only real competition we see in the space that said fitness is obvious too crowded there's a there's a lot of people that are doing something in the tracking space you know like Dr Nike running and not my run and all these companies have started GPS track what you're doing there is companies that are focused on retail locations like studios campus that are and then there's companies that develop really big and expensive hardware that do you I guess use at home but none of those are particularly exciting or competitive tossed right were softer business were content business we are direct to consumer we are global and it as we know software wins at the end of the day that's how any come that's why Netflix Netflix and not a movie theater that's why Spotify Spotify and not selling CD's software and content wins and so we are the Netflix of the fitness space there's no one else that's approaching the market the way we are interesting so let's talk about gross aren't you're about three years old and my right less than three years less than three years old but you've seen extraordinary grows so both in terms of dollars and users where are you in location for that matter I mean in terms of distribution sure so we are now in twenty countries we just launched internationally last week thank you we were in the U. S. exclusively and we added nineteen more markets last week so we think that active is the global product we've always built it to be accessible to a wide demographic and that's why I think we've seen the growth that we've seen the last two and a half years and now we're excited to bring that growth it you know twenty times over in countries around the world from the capital perspective we've raised about fifty five million dollars in twenty months we have investments from the leading venture firms in the world including insight venture partners who did our series a in our series me Interserie see received investments from Amazon from Disney Warner Music Group and bows so you know where the only come in the world that both Amazon and Disney have invested in Amazon is the leading consumer company in the world Disney's the leading content crater in the world and they have both invested in us so I think it says you know it's it's humbling but it says something about well we have the potential to achieve what's the biggest challenge specific to this business it's really a question of educating their customer and educating the member of who we are and what we do it's very rarely a challenge to get them to stick with us our retention rates are by far the best in the industry it's it's it's not even close to what when but with that being our monthly retention our monthly churn is less than four percent if you notice fitness space which I'm sure you do companies are looking at twenty to twenty five percent monthly churn and we're at four percent so it doesn't really get better than that and the reason is that people take our classes and they love them and they have no problems sticking with the product so we don't really you you know that it's important for us to develop a product that people want to use and stick with the opportunity that we see is seeing that there's forty to fifty million people in the US who would use a product like this how do we educate them about it and how do we get in front of them that's what's exciting time and how do you do that ideas opportunities you know certainly we advertise on traditional sort of social social networks we had done a great job of word of mouth when I say we did a great job I should say our members have done a great job of word of mouth they are telling their friends and spouses and siblings and parents and often their kids about it and we we see we see there's a teacher at that we use it in her class of twenty students and there's families are sending us pictures of three generations of people doing after work outs and living room at the same time and so the word of mouth component to it is so significant that we don't really see a need to you know waste unnecessary marketing dollars on advertising when I was a good investment capital into the product development and what I found kind of interesting and doing a little bit homework is that like if you're jogging or something at some point you're hoping to have a the service just kind of talk to the person right in the moment and and maybe even like almost like a coach right alongside of you saying you know you need to run faster right that's exactly right and it you know that's that day is closer than you might think already you when you're running you have our trainers near here telling you how fast run slow their motivating you there reminding you you know shoulders back neck up their money by your form etcetera but the real time customisation of it is something that will come as we have more data around engagement and yes that is something that we will launch you know in the not too distant future well we'll certainly an impact but I.

Ethan Agarwal founder and CEO
"dr nike" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"dr nike" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This business rockstars from the nasdaq market site I'm Jeannie are men and our guest today is even Agra while he is the founder and CEO of active all right so active audio based fitness right that's right tell me more about that sure so active as a digital health company and what we do is we create workout classes which combine the voice and guidance of a really acts for world class trainer with an amazing playlist we put that together and create a class that we stream directly to our members and we talked about it a little bit and are the first part of our conversation but let's let's revisit why audio versus video sure so it when you look at the digital content landscape specifically within fitness prior to active all of the focus was on video and video has its place in certain cases but when you think about working out you're never staring at a four inch range for forty five minutes right that's a bad way to work out you need freedom of movement you move your head you move your body you move your lands that's how you work out you run down the street and so I realize that all the content that was being created through video was actually hindering our ability to work out because we were still tethered to the small piece of hardware the reason it audio works better is that it provides freedom of movement right so if you think about running for example you can't run down the street while staring at a video on your phone or on an iPad right that doesn't make any sense if you're doing yoga you know you're you're doing a downward dog for example you don't to be craning your neck up to look at the screen while doing downward dog to see what the next poses because that's bad form so video is actually hurting that instead of benefiting it so once you realize that the best content in the past experience can be conveyed through audio it just felt like a natural fit and we are the pioneers Nadia based and ask you who your competitors are like how who else is doing but it went well are the way we think about the landscape is our biggest competition frankly is the person who doesn't know about active you know when I go to the gym and I see people who are working out they have already taken the initiative to go to the jam they're already working out to typically listening to some music and I'm confident that we have a class that will make them work out better so our job is to ensure that they know that active exists because once they try it it'll definitely be better than whatever they're doing right now that's the only real competition we see in the space that said fitness is obvious too crowded there's a there's a lot of people that are doing something and the tracking space you know like Dr Nike running and not my run and all these companies have started GPS track what you're doing there is companies that are focused on retail locations like studios campus that are and then there's companies that develop really big and expensive hardware that view I guess use at home but none of those are particularly exciting or competitive tossed right worst doctor business were content business we are direct to consumer we are global and it as we know software wins at the end of the day that's how any come that's why Netflix's Netflix and not a movie theater that's why Spotify Spotify and not selling CD is software and content wins and so we are the Netflix of the fitness space there's no one else that's approaching the market the way we are interesting so let's talk about gross aren't you're about three years old and my right less than three years less than three years old but you've seen extraordinary growth so both in terms of dollars and users where are you in locations for that matter I mean in terms of distribution first though we are now in twenty countries we just launched internationally last week thank you we were in the U. S. exclusively and we added nineteen more markets last week so we think that active is the global product we've always built it to be accessible to a wide demographic and that's why I think we've seen the growth that we've seen the last two and a half years and now we're excited to bring that grows it you know twenty times over in countries around the world from the capital perspective we've raised about fifty five million dollars in twenty months we have investments from the leading venture firms in the world including insight venture partners who did our series a in our series be Interserie scene we received investments from Amazon from Disney Warner Music Group and bows so you know we're the only come in the world that both Amazon and Disney have invested in Amazon as the leading consumer company in the world Disney is the leading content crater in the world and they have both invested in us so I think it says you know it's it's humbling but it says something about what we have the potential to achieve what's the biggest challenge specific to this business it's really a question of educating the customer and educating the member of who we are and what we do it's very rarely a challenge to get them to stick with us our retention rates are by far the best in the industry it's it's not even close to what it was but with that being our monthly retention and our monthly churn is less than four percent if you notice in this space which I'm sure you do companies are looking at twenty to twenty five percent monthly churn and we're at four percent so it doesn't really get better than that and the reason is that people take our classes and they loved them and they have no problems sticking with the product so we don't really you you know that it's important for us to develop a product that people want to use and stick with the opportunity that we see is seeing that there's forty to fifty million people in the US we would use a product like this how do we educate them about it and how do we get in front of them that's what's exciting time and how do you do that ideas opportunities you know certainly we advertise on traditional service or social networks we had done a great job of word of mouth when I say we did a great job I should say are members of done a great job of word of mouth they are telling their friends and spouses and siblings and parents and often their kids about it and we we see we see there's a teacher at that we use it in her class of twenty students and there is families are sending us pictures of three generations of people doing after work outs and living room at the same time and so the word of mouth component to it is so significant that we don't really see a need to you know waste unnecessary marketing dollars on advertising when I was a good investment capital into the product development and what I found kind of interesting in doing a little bit homework is that like if you're jogging or something at some point you're hoping to have a the service just kind of talk to the person right in the moment and and maybe even like almost like a coach right alongside the use of saying you know you to run faster right that's exactly right and it you know that's that day is closer than you might think already you when you're running you have our trainers near here telling you how fast run slow their motivating you there reminding you you know shoulders back neck up their money by your form etcetera but the real time customisation of it is something that will come as we have more data around engagement and yes that is something that we will launch you know in the not too distant future well we'll certainly an.

Agra founder and CEO
"dr nike" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

09:59 min | 2 years ago

"dr nike" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"Who who can you say how much this would change this holiday? As if you're going to be sitting there watching mommy. Just she was the best serial shows the sandwich man by doing it like great jokes put on the deadliest sooner put on the bottle simply and go make some sandwiches crime crime. Jeremy this this is insane and again this is GonNa be very popular to the female audience address on the spirit because this this doesn't speak to the white majority the women out there for the most part with willing to spend that much money on a on a stationary bike. In first place. They WANNA workouts extent at home. Have the room. I'm for it. It's just so many if maybe and again. How big is maybe support? Maybe it's a point stimulus lemming kicks or a flight club. Because they've got high ticket ticket items they can afford not to so many of them because they're so one day essentially pay for their rent right if your flight club if you sell a couple an jewel fours you're basically covered for half a year ear. Pederson if they sell five or four of these machines and again how how often you have to change Peleton bike like is it like an iphone. They suddenly go. Do they. Suddenly become obsolete when the Peleton by four point zero comes out. Oh can you just use the same when you've had for five years. I don't know if you're not using it often. You probably won't get much where I've been pre show so you can get over the air updates on. It's just a bizarre and it's a common thing you see with them with these fashion. Fitness model type influences the women's market. They seemed to appeal to everyday person. which I don't get out of this could run in guys guys watching krona being influenced so I'm thinking that they're gonna get the same physique as every day by that says I've machine and just letting them get his money give them a couple? Give him a couple of months of instagram. And keep you moving. I finished some women that actually believe if they get one of these bikes at home. They're going to suddenly turn into engineer. Lee and this is like it's a bizarre because we folded these things are not cheap right to buy a concept to row machine for my replaces realize. Oh okay cool. I'll just I'll just carry on. June chemmy is no these items are not cheap in sleight. It's yeah I just don't get him every done stand but again bigger Peleton for doing this. I think the branding thing is pretty cool that they have. This item is product that essentially. Only you know you don't need. I don't think exercise bikes even had a brand name before Peleton came around maybe the constitutes a good example. The Roma she knows that no one ever cared about branding name Peleton of a stationary bicycle and personal. It's kind of a craze hotel behind the whole scene. David Beckham is probably the most prominent ambassador pellets. He's always going to classes or spin. Classes they use personal biases spin spin bicycles Trillo. But he's always going to class second shoes in hand in New York or travels in America. So that's a good thing but for the most part fought bloody home so very very bizarre thing that these things are so popular especially with the white majority of people who on unable to afford them. You know again. Maybe that's the whole point of branding him able to kind of give people the allusion the assumption. They're GONNA be able to fool somebody quickly con- it doesn't really appeal to them in the same regard Ngoga what can you do it at regardless move on from. Ns whilst we go and listen to talk about here ooh Dr in Studio City Studios Nyc so as you are aware deal did they pre full collection twenty pre collection yesterday Older Stars came out with a listen glamour. All the influences all the details but the most striking content. The striking breaking news of the whole event was the fact that Sean Sushi came out of retirement to lend his creative mind with Kim Jones's collection with your not obviously Kim Jones Street where roofs I'm really happy about Kim. Jones is probably one of the most unapologetic street where Aficionados fans phonetics on the freshman runway seen apart from maybe June Takahashi and and maybe to a certain extent Virgil is Tom. But for the most part ever knows a soft trying to push away district way influence. The street wear influences on the runway. I'm trying to return back to tailoring as a way to a dog whistle to get all the urban people out of the scene. That's my opinion. No No Sphinx. That but that's my opinion by that Kim Jones being an Ot district. We're finding somebody s obsessive. which as much as I am being a Gimme? Five alumni is able to kind of tap in and kind of bring these stools and bring these icons of free whereas poss- back into the forefront we saw previously with What at budgeted with Futura at bringing back chose to do that? Michael Jackson's by collection graffiti and stuff and now all he's doing some capture collections with him with Nike Collaboration. They've gotten some other genes studios and now seeing Jesuit same thing by bringing a essentially bringing them socio retirement and allowing him to kind of remind people just how much of a legend years and why he simplemente as your wife was usually left the susie. Brady's he's name say A. While back ago you started up. establ- amp ratio apply a couple of shoes. One pet. I bow before that quite cool buffered most by been pretty quiet. I had the pleasure of actually speaking to them a couple of times when I was working at previous company for collaboration women to do the didn't come fruit. But that was one of my things I look back on and really kind of proud about able to reach out. Tim Get some context and was able to talk to him. And kind of explain my project at the time it just didn't work out scheduling wise a complete gentleman real top guy and somebody who essentially you know what's it's Kinda excellent his own terms and live an idyllic life surfing and eating coconuts. So let's describe the whole collection. Lotta pictures up on here. I WANNA go through and we're going to get get to the main chunk of the situation which is of course the Jordan and STU assorted Jordan the Dr Nike Jordan at one collaboration once creaming themselves over. So let's go into these details number one of the F. Jordan. Og closer look them now. uncoached expansion and the first initial of view of life seen the trump is Scott picture of them and these productions here haven't hype beast. I'M GONNA go out. Fly Out in San Fan of the callaway just not fine on. It's not for me. I'm not involved. I think by and large off in the last few seasons or the last two years. We've probably seen enough Jordan one superbly losses of lifetime. I think Nike is for falling into a trap fell into in the early two thousands until maybe about two thousand ten. Where essentially no new ideas really coming out of the Nike Lab? They were kind of worried of of maybe test in the wars new models and were instead hell hell bent on putting out retro that for the most part really hitting the mark right. Richard they put out Amex light which I will never forgive Nike. Absolutely botching retro is one of the most popular Keke runners that hadn't been released a while AMEX's and when they put them out they completely Bush to toiling on them Bosnia. Personam look nothing similar to what these look like the all the beautiful the emotional the kind of power that came from the AMEX allows completely devoid when it just messed up the upper and made that with banana for a silhouette that we know and love their Nike Establishes and never really big letdown so in that area. They just regurgitate Jordan's era where we got Jordan's coming out the woodwork. Doc and ABC's Airway. And I remember Jordan brand being a little bit dismissive of the facts. Say That only GONNA put out certain amount and of course Mexico is the most important things on the crank up. The Machine Chandler got those Jones and now we've got inundated with over the place and now the most children in one is no special anymore. The value that a journal one once had the reason why these his influence is back in the day. Some of the people ever followed. I don't give a toss about going on buying. Og making really expensive or making everybody popular now. The whole appeal is gone. Wate by Jordan Adra One from ninety days. Now just unless you just ways to do it for your own your own vanity. For the most part you can't get a similar kind of look with certain coming out every other month so full of the value the item itself so that in that case looking. I'm kind of tired of it away from disappointed disappointed. It being Kim Jones to Jones as a big Jordan WanNa Aficionado. If you've ever read interviews of his when he's talking about Hirosho Charter collection. He's always wearing a pair of Jordan once for the most part the per nike's really for the most part. Basically these close connection with the people at Nike Fraser Cook and stuff. But it's a real disappointing callaway. I think overall a bit ties in a lot of its collection would check out later by calloway design. He could have done a lot more with. It is underwhelming again. Something that I think would only sell just because of the names are attached to it and do your job now. There is some notes to the fact that is taking inspiration from the bootleg air force. One era that we see back in the day Eh. What kind of taking offensive Gucci New Baton Effendi Fabric and so on the side of the swoosh? I'm sure people are familiar with Meteo sports woes. Do the same thing in the UK and other places probably the US doing it. So there's a lot that kinda notice it but as an overall shoe I probably would've wet benefits completely y y apples ones with the saw. The Eddie on the Swisher. The fabric as this grey tail up doesn't just not a fan of looking at the pictures here initial impressions just fine of Anniston figuring looks like good obviously to Jordan The audio emblem on the side of the wings on it which is a good nor there. It's got metal a tip on the lace which Gulu detail I like the piping. Actually that's that's the thing I do like the pipeline associates quite interesting. Maybe it'd been launched St Miami Basel might make some sense during the season. My make reason why. There's maybe there's Calloway looks this way and at the piping around Swisher before that Lewis quite call by over as a collaboration elaborations got Miami on the tag on the inside and of course the IC transition saw the bottom Britain with deal so again for the flossy boys kind of do that where Jordan six inference with skinny jeans and leather jackets. Probably perfect for you. If you're the kind of person assist on lounge chairs and members only clubs or one oak and.

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"dr nike" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"dr nike" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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