18 Burst results for "Five Six Minute"
"five six minute" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast
"It's going to be some sort of sort of respiratory issue. Which how will you differentiate whether that was caused by the master caused by corona virus. Waiting this point it growing up to look at the side of her kids who are asthmatic. That run the mile. I i wouldn't i wouldn't wanna be one putting on a map on these racists and people say oh well the other sport review it I don't read the other. Sports should be doing it but at the same time the other sports with all mcroberts they sprint for five seconds and stop. They're doing it for maybe an hour when you're on the track running a mile you're out after four five six minute at the edge of you rathi. There is no rest there is no break it is arguably mostly work. Were exercise is out there. Four hundred meter the one. Yeah that's four. News is the hardest race to run especially in like you said in the last hundred fifty meters especially when you stuff something in your mouth gag gag the kids and they gotta run four hundred and coach history will History will show that you're right and they were wrong. They were in the whole idea. It was just crazy for children to wear masks while running outdoors. I can't believe we've got to this point because a year ago right now thought she was saying. Don't wear masks the surgeon. General's saying it's crazy wear mask and nobody was running in masks a year later. Everybody is at least in boston. You wanna be in. Everybody's i mean ninety five percent of the runners and boston a wearing masks. It's incredible how people have fallen in line and just submitted to this. It's good to see somebody like you. In a position of some influence us standing up to this mob asking the obvious questions of. Why are we doing this. I think your kids. You're playing your runners. Their parents the people in the town people you. They're all back someday and say man. Coach kees was right. So you got that going for you know interesting. Point one of my parents pointed out the cdc end the who guideline they all say. You're not wear masks while exercising interesting. That's today that says that today following the science you know what else that says go back. Everyone should be in school but it doesn't matter it's all become political. When i tweeted about you. I got a bunch of people tweeted mexico. Sounds like a crazy trumpian omega guy. And i'm saying why because he now by all children to stuff plastic things nose and mouth when i mean a cloth things in their mouth. When they're running that makes them a crazy maggot. People have lost their minds. It's good to see. Somebody is a coach. I appreciate that and it's nice to see you all right. Thank you very much as coach Keys bradley keys from pembroke academy track and field stood up to the mob essentially. Why am i stopping. You know it all stops i. Can i go home. Good gerry callahan podcast..
"five six minute" Discussed on WTVN
"Those Casey has begun the week and it is you know which one we have a couple of them here in the store now we I I don't know much about you see for many is we've had come through here it is is the real deal we sell quite a few of them in this problem we're talking about because for the price it is a heck of a of a do it for you for the price it's just really really exceptional he spent three times as much and gets a little bit better but this is really river did a great job and that and that's about twenty that's a response by Jackson egress windows I thank our sponsors ramparts hosting toward the west Jackson long Cairney grace windows the trigger group Blackwing shooting centers river does cutlery CNS engraving which we are seeing a lot of these days and Ellie P. training facility all that helped the show make a possible each week joining me today in the alley PCH AC system are right JC you see our peace with a nice piece on PBS this week yeah that was that was really good did a great job on the enemy was right so yeah that was that was wonderful thank someone in and yes five six minute segment yeah this is PBS so you know I mean that was a so I was glad to see finally somebody from the the laptop normally it's a pretty left leaning organization actually entertained really some facts and and anyway whatever it was on the real issue I think one out all of the high I would yeah the other affiliates stations are across the across the house okay had and conversation this week in case you know we had a chance to talk about this having unique conversation I talked about it last week I was able to sit down with someone this week from a group who is a traditionally anti gun group than gnome really that would be one of the ones that I would say is one of the the traditional right yes one everyone heard all right and we had a very good discussion just her and I we sat down the store was closed and then there was a couple things a couple aha moments where I said okay I understand what you're saying in in and out two things to big things came out of it for me one was her side including her and her husband are scared to death of gun owners to the point that she went on to say that her husband didn't want her to come because he knows how gun owners are in he was afraid for her safety can you believe that I mean that that's how well that's their impression in a you know in this dim I'm sure as she said it stems from from you know people who are out there very vocal about the you know bringing your A. ours everywhere in this I mean that she thinks that rep is representative of everyone and but you should come in here when we're not closed and actually exactly see see the fake on the staff and it's so yeah and the other thing too that I was that I you know we we know about we talk about the we don't poignant sometimes is she was very much a part of her issue with the whole farm debate is date that the focus having not been on the suicide part of it so you know we always focus on that ten thousand miles a year that are by a murders by firearms and so forth and how that breaks down but she was focusing heavily on the twenty thousand a year by suicides which is a tragic thing is increased in and so I mean it was it was a valid point to listen to so it was a good conversation no I mean you can't it's hard to know sixty percent of the gun deaths or from from suicide but yeah and and you know but my opinion is Hey you can kill yourself a lot of what is that so yeah I don't think it's an issue is miss much just focusing on the gun advocates of mental health issues my father's not here but I am sure he's listening but sitting to my left today is the professor came with you here right yeah you know what's in them so I don't put you on the spot but you invited me up up to your class couple weeks ago to teach a couple or Ted guests speak that's right stop the helical or what what's response mean weight was overwhelming I think they're the is calling for me back there yeah in fact it was a lot of people said they'd love to have you back the couldn't leave the amount of information that they got how much mean misinformation that they feel like they're getting off a social media so when you came in you were talking about what the facts actually are it was he was actually quite shocking for for many of them in fact one person who is adamantly against guns I had done a presentation before you came on no affirmative duty to risk bond right two hundred thousand cops on the streets at any given time at the best and if you call nine one one the law has said no I took him to the laws as you guys have done on the show many times that they don't have to respond and then you came in and and gave the facts and she came up to me after class the next day after you had left and said she's actually considering how do I protect me my seventeen year old daughter my husband passed away I'm thinking I need to get a firearm to build my daughter yes it was was an impactful moment for many people she's been very outspoken in the classroom well yes good you know and I mean I joke with the instead but I want to see you it was good I like being in the situations because I don't I mean we sit and talk amongst ourselves in this talking what was preaching to the choir and I I like to hear some of the other views just X. that's why we met with this lady this week I mean I want to educate myself in in home and my thoughts on this and and sometimes that's putting yourself in a in a uncomfortable situation to get those questions to make you think about it so it was a great experience I really enjoyed it then I applaud you for inviting him up there I mean I just when you only get one side of something all your life that's all you know when it really I again I I would like it's education and its implications right axle and if you and and what I tell them is look I'm not interested in in with how you know what you think I'm interested in how you think right so take your your thought process to its logical conclusion therein lies the truth and then you can deal with things but if you're not willing to take it to the logical conclusion so if you are against you are really in AT adamant supporter of gun control what does it mean when the cops don't have to show up on the nine one one call what is your answer to that for yourself I mean you never answer for that the country but I would like for people who are adamant about gun control to answer that but it seems like people who who are adamantly for gun control never answer the question about no from our duty to respond and nobody really asked that question out right so it's nice to have shows like this to talk about it but if people knew that and when they find out right there they're seriously Frank and and we always say Hey when seconds count I made their minutes away I mean you look at them you look at the shooting just this week in California those over sixteen seconds yeah there there's no in no time response time there seemed to seconds to save the day what do you miss the show you can also always catch the podcast and says that sixteen the TV in dot com on I heart radio I tunes in now on Google podcast that's right listen to a back each week during the during my work out I was just listening this week JC and I was I was actually laughed and I don't know people and everyone around me listen to music and I'm listening to us and what is this guy doing but it's a good place to listen to a back on target at Ellie P. dot com is where while we finish the question we have a gun in the week you want to do great place to send it to and then of course Facebook Facebook live is a live you can see things first hand you can see the chatter between commercials in it stays out there on Facebook and actually gets kicked to you too as well so it is time for news actually for news on it the big thing we didn't talk about last week I should have Black Friday is coming up yeah I have for the I think it's the third year in a row three I holsters are good buddies over there probably listening are gonna come here set up in will custom make a holster for you while you wait at the end I don't know they may have three hundred four hundred different pieces of kind of tight actually different colors to project they can do everything in their holsters are just fantastic they are great I might only wear one right now yeah but they're coming for that we can't if you have a you know that firearm that it has a funky light on it or lease or you can't find a holster right they will make it specific to it not just I mean they have some other unique little cases as well and I tell you what we couple years ago when they first showed up here you know they were getting started in had a lot of great aspirations they got some big contracts now than they are busy they're actually will let him talk about it there were there the backend holster manufacturer for some very well known gun manufacturers now that are coming with the gun it's a great work in that custom just like you said so many people of lights and Hey where we get a whole street come here get made while you wait so great right so that is coming up Casey hunt the news out there tons of news we I don't know how we're going to get this done one I'm going to talk about that I hadn't planned on but are a good audience member Tom here handed me the someone from the audience yes actually yep actually I think it was this gentleman was taken yeah I think that one way over there anyway Tom gave me this from the Wall Street journal just on Wednesday it was a socialist is against gun confiscation of it was that birdies after say said I love us where they said holy Charlton Heston Bernie Sanders to be the voice of moderation of the democratic primary where he's just said basically is buy back program that they claim are going to have is basically gun confiscation by the government you know.
"five six minute" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Yeah I'm also a Cutie. I got a key. may I. if you would just. not a fat will. G.. yeah. yes. we want to hear from you. Mike was several features might good morning everyone loved it so first of all hope everyone's well here's my question for I have a statement a quick question I grew up in Cleveland the Jersey transplant they hit ten years Cleveland Browns that's my take. when I watch the giants I still root for the giants because this is where I live now as well so I wanted to act as if you have somebody on here can help me understand how do we have so many Dallas Cowboys fans in this region I don't know Dallas is America's team in back in the day Dallas used to be on television a lot and that was used to win a lot a championship so they've got a lot of fans from a lot of different regions and even like me you know my father with the Dallas Cowboys fan even though we from South Carolina could the pants is when fans came around I like what the year of the late nineties for thank you know god will always already had the teams that was by the time the feds came around right right and I got that because you know I'm I'm I'm forty seven and and I remember you know the cowboys and then watching Tony the care center and is still is not the legacy team if you well but I just you know well traveled and and I've just never seen any particular reason I mean everybody in Jersey. okay. and as the livestock to Dallas Cowboys was like you know lights camera action baby a lot of cocaine a lot of women you know a lot of flash and flair your true my address is we get your pants now to browse it is we get may. why go put me out there like that how did you guys do on a white woman. or they'll become okay but no damn football yeah they're planning to do and if it doesn't I'll watch that was crazy hello this is. from Columbus Ohio good morning. several you know obviously day bye to listen to us on I don't know one eight six seven to be in Columbus Ohio and one oh six seven it was a broken a VHS well first of all to give a shout out. we are too. and the DJ envy. the reason why it was was out yesterday as you know screaming because now you are now to Charlotte Mainers who but you come late as you you get a five six minute grace period of most job you get five six with a great. help people get off your back I'm a contract they think so far. so that means everybody is everybody gets a grace period we ought to come in at that time not your contract don't say that. MLA but you're gonna come in time and then three while John never can Ohio that's a good question I've been a Cleveland a couple times in Cincinnati Erica my Columbus are coming I mean I've never been a collapse. yeah I got it from the Columbus laying out of town on the Columbus social yeah Ohio so there's a a lot of local record.
"five six minute" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"You think that's going to affect ecoed? That makes me go walk away. What I've been saying is that. I think it's going to take months before people can really crossed us. Exactly what happened. It starts to settle in but Email tell you in the last week or a couple of weeks, I've had people that walked out of my life. When I had my transition come back to me now, and say, how you doing, do you want to get together for a Cup of coffee brand new brewlights because of the molar her four, because we could say the mainstream media has been telling us for two years, or more Trump did this Trump for sure did this. We're the media, we're telling you it. So we're supposed to be neutral, then not so much. And I'm just surprised that enough people are paying I feel like because Brennan, I feel like the people were paying attention to it who were Democrats will buy into it no matter what and just hate Trump, no matter what. So it's amazing that they're coming back you, but, but like you used your critical thinking when you saw was happening, and you changed everything. So what's, what's been happening? What's happening with me? The people who are coming back. What are they saying? Well, what I think is that yet. You're absolutely right. That I think that there are people who no matter what happens. They're not gonna let go. The mistrust that yet the did device about the two regarding Trump and his followers, but you have to bear in mind, so many people put all their hopes and dreams into this fantasy that, that report was going to be so scandalous, so scathing that it was going to remove this president from office that they hate so very very much and wind. The revelation was that it was an absolute nothing burger, I think at that point, so many people are probably feeling betrayed, and it's really making the light bulb go on for people knowing. Wow. Maybe all these people who've been telling me for years, that the media's lying to me. Maybe they're actually there's something there. Yeah, we've heard before and people can look it up because we have some other things to get to. But we've heard before what happened with you, and it had to do with the big lie that you are buying into from the mainstream media east. All this report, and how could people who voted this guy into office after I hear this? And then a friend reached out team said, have you seen this video that sort of breaks down, how the media's lying and it blew your mind? And so, again, I say, people can look that up, but, but I wanna make sure we get it and you have some educational videos coming up that people can just grab online and all these town halls. You've been doing are going to be released into, so anyone can grab them online and learn what's going on from this perspective of someone who used to be a democrat who bought into it, and felt it with your whole heart, but, but but change, because you feel like you've seen the truth, I have, I have another only if I've seen the truth, but I as I've said before, I've been so warmly and finally embraced by people on the right. I to me, it is real through freedom in real true liberation at something that I wish for everybody people on the left who keep thinking that they are. Not wanted that they're hated by people on the right. But they don't have a seat at the table of the Republican party or conservatism. And you're right. So one of the things that we wanna do is really correct false, narratives, not in this campaign, which are really controlled by the liberal media. So we're beginning, the walkway educational video series, which we called the hard truth, and we've shot five videos, these are going to be beautiful, four five six minute videos, H, one on a different theme with a different narrator speaker. Speaking on the topic, they'll be animated graphics there it is. There's the vote that's it. And so the first five videos, cover subjects such as a voter registration activism, socialism. Liberal media bias, anti-semitism? And something else, which I'm not remembering rights. Right. Hair? Racism and segregation. And then we also have the town halls coming out as you said, which are so amazing. Because we've done it's done into these different communities. We've gone into the committee in New York City in Los Angeles. We've gone into a black copulated areas like Harlem and end in Los Angeles on the black Americans tunnels aim were having these honest open dialog discussions with these minority communities, asking the question. Why are we voting democrat? It's disproportionately high race. Is this really serving our communities? Well, and the conversations that have taken place at these town halls are truly unlike anything that I think, were hearing much of in the typical political sphere. I mean we are really getting to the core of the truth. And how people are feeling. And I think when people see these town halls, they're gonna see something unlike anything they've ever seen before, and the political discussion. I can't wait and it's just so interesting. You're making this, this movement, and making this connection with people who perhaps run two different sides of the spectrum before because. You know as a conservative woman for most of my life, except for about ten minutes in college. Like so many of us, right? I do feel like it breaks your heart to think that people people think, well we're not seized we hate this type of group in this type of group. And we don't until it's not even just that were upset that they think that it's just it's sad. And so that your remedying that I mean how, how hard is it been to try to repair those narratives? Well, I mean I it's it's, it's very frustrating at times. I'm not gonna lie. There's I'm no angel enough perfect. There are definitely days where I lose my temper, or I just don't have the patience to argue with somebody who absolutely refuses to see the truth. But, you know, let's look at this, for example, this is pride, but right, the month of June and for the first time ever in history, we have a Republican president, who tweeted out support of LGBT people and month, Donald Trump on the first of June tweeted out of his support in salute LGBT Americans of contributions to America, and share who is a major icon. This every single day has been on Twitter, telling people don't believe it. He's lying to tilling LGBT people. You just want you to vote for him at twenty twenty and then he's going to put you in internment camps. This is like, but we can laugh about it. But the truth is people will believe it ran. He's not he's not lying, if he doesn't like you, you're gonna know it. He's going to give you a crazy nickname. You're gonna know did act like has no need to. I really don't think he has any need to lie. I mean if anything this is not a guy who sugar coats truth. Yeah, you're right about that. I like to put out a call to action. What else do you need? You've been doing this, how, how long has it been Brandon? Who will just over a year now? We had our first anniversary on may twenty six. I say with humility that I think that we have the hardest working activists food in the world working behind the walkway campaign. I volunteered that sacrifice time with their children and their spouses, and their, the work that they probably should be doing to get paid. But they voted to their time because they're passionate about the mission, and they believe in what we're doing with walkaway. And so if people want to help us out I encourage them to please go to walkway campaign dot com. Make a donation if you can volunteer time, volunteer time, but these events. These events that we do these town halls in these areas events. They cost a lot of money. And if people could conserve you, did, you know, twenty five.
A 28-year-old man had a stroke popping his neck
"Pop by pop my neck, but I did not have a stroke. What the hell happened here because I may neck Popper. I like the pop my neck where were you know, wake up in the morning. It's like I'm working or something go, oh, my next or you give that little pop, and it feels good for a minute. What would you guys do all the time? So what happened with this guy? Well, by by trade, I'm a neck Popper to you know, but we we obviously take x rays, and we take we take things into consideration. When we're examining the patient, and one of the things that we have to look at it as a risk. And even though you can't mitigate risk all the time. They don't know that somebody's at risk. The reason this type of thing happens isn't because they're popping their neck, but because they have very unhealthy blood vessels to begin with. So somebody has blood vessels that have become very rigid over time. And there's some simple things. Most people can do to make sure that they're keeping their cardiovascular system pretty healthy. Fish oil is one of the. Things that the anti inflammatory effects of oil magnesium keeps blood vessels, really healthy. So taking magnesium really staying hydrated and avoiding too many diuretics like copy alcohol. Gotcha smoking overtime, those things really destroy your blood vessels. So the reality was whether he was popping his neck playing golf or flipping on a light switch. None of those actually would cause the stroke. They just would have been the last, you know, predisposing force that century that happened the the week blood vessel was really the issue. So what you're saying? Is that the the blood vessel it self deteriorates? It gets not as flexible it should be. Let's put away. It's like like an old rubber hose left out the sun. It's going to start cracking you'd brittle and that's what happened, but he's only twenty eight years old how much how much damage could he do your blood vessels Twenty-eight, man? This is the sad part is due to trans fats and fried foods and sugar in soft drinks and things like that chill. Children. Now over fifty percent of children under ten years old actually show signs of at-risk Leroux says already at that age. That's that's right. You know, what no one a little bit about physio because you know, I had about a half a semester of pre med dock. And I thought it might be like an osteo fight. So and osteo fight is something that kind of grows on your bone in your heart. And I thought okay, maybe this osteo fights there when you turn kind of act like a I don't know because it's it's you know, it's hard body that somehow cut the cut the artery possible to there's a there's a possibility of that. So I'll give you a couple of stats about seven thousand seven hundred thousand people have strokes every year. And the type of strokes that he had the T. Rowe artery, dissection or Bazeley artery. Dissection there's two two arteries. They're only about two point six percent of all strokes are because of those vessels. So you know, when people talk about chiropractic, and there being some risk you'd have to go into a chiropractor, roughly, eight point zero six million office visits to even have the risk of one incident of a stroke happening in a chiropractic office. And so the likelihood is that most of the time. These people were already having symptoms of stroke. For instance, this guy was popping his neck. He was probably having some neck pain, and maybe even a headache and trying to get some relief, but the neck pain and headache were probably related to the fact that he was already having vascular issues, and then the cracking of that whether there was an fuel fight or whether the the vessel is just that brittle. It was going to get injured. My my dad actually suffered a stroke when he was fifty and he did it. Golf. We've it or not you know, how we're supposed to keep our head down. Well, they never told you at one of the dangers of not keeping your head down that you hit your ball and slice it. But you could have a stroke. Oh my God. Turned his head really quick. And suffered a stroke on a golf course. And I remember the neurologist that was tending to him because I was in chiropractic college at the time. I said, you know, we're chiropractic where Jesse people all the time. How could he turn his head and stroking? He said, you know, my wife did it. He grabbed her tail and try to crack her neck when she was in the hot tub, and he said, she had a stroke. And he said the reality was we found out that she was already pretty much predisposed to her blood vessels or pretty unhealthy fathers. He was the person that told me if your dad had a stroke while flipping on the light switch that doesn't mean flipping switches, come true. Well, that makes sense. I it. So it's how brittle your arteries are because we're not taking care of ourselves at fifty I expect that because I recently went to the Christ hospital out six months ago, and I had one of those screenings that they do for twenty nine bucks and twenty minutes, and I'd recommend anyone get that simply because they they get a baseline of what's going on inside the walls of your arteries in your cardiovascular system, and everything great there. No Widowmaker, nothing predisposed should worry about everything was normal for someone of my age. So which is a good thing. But you know, four Warner's forearmed if you get one of those things and they find out. Hey, wait. You got some problems here lifestyle changes and possibly medicine if you let that go and don't know you're facing this twenty eight year old guy did it just simply golfing turning on a light. Switch in his case pop in his neck caused him to have a brain bleed have a stroke, and he almost died. Mentioned before, you know, essential fatty acids, hydration water minerals, like magnesium can all help you as a chiropractor. This is one of the reasons is critical chiropractors should always take xrays. If you have a problem going on because there are certain things that we could have seen. You might be able to see you know, calcification of an artery. You can see the crowded artery in the vertebral artery calcification of it's there. And if it is then you would change your strategy and how to adjust the patient with a less invasive type of an adjustment. I use a instrument sometimes called an Arthur stem. That's very noninvasive. We can still make great corrective changes, but the reality is a situation like this our country when you when you look at it five out of six people five hundred six end up developing, heart disease, or cancer. And so the way to make sure that you don't ever get one of these things is just assume that you're going to be the one of the five hundred six and stop assuming you're going to be one of the one of the six and start taking care of yourself in a way that is going to get you for their for their away. From that statistic. So we do a lot of classes a lot of things. I teach a lot of education on nutrition and stuff, and I will tell you that everyone really needs to start looking at their lifestyle medicine is they're kind of like the fire department to save your life in case of emergency. But two hundred thousand people a year die from taking their medication as prescribed definitely not medicine itself. Doesn't create health it can save a life here and there, but what does create health is making sure that your exercising eating well drinking enough water taking supplements. And I honestly chiropractic care the one thing in this situation that you know, some people might hear this and think it's scary. But there's no better way to take care of your nervous system. How your body heals then taking care of your spine? Dr Ryan Berlin, acute hearing centers dot com hotline seven hundred w w chiropractor lying, your health west in Westchester, and we're talking about this twenty year old guy and Oklahoma had a stroke because he popped his neck. He's an excellent stiff went to pop in it'd caused as vertebral artery to sever and he's gonna. I guess be. Okay. But the short term to meet him term prognosis is good for this guy. People die all the time. I wasn't the poppy the neck rather it was as the internal parts of his body. Cardiovascular system was at risk here too. So all told you know, as I said, I may neck Popper myself. I've had I've got like a head of bad back that fixed up chiropractic care and everything and my neck and mid back and all that. But I find myself at times like man next stiff specimen wake up, and I gave it a little pop is that inherently bad or like you heard popping your knuckles. What what does that doing cracking your knuckles? You hear that it can create arthritis. And that's usually people are jamming them or, hyper extending them. If you're gonna crack your knuckles the best way to do it simply just to pull them a little bit and get that release. So the popping noise is an inherently bad. But when you're doing it to your spine. You gotta remember that you have not only blood vessels that are very critical going to your brain. But you also have a spinal cord in there. And if we all remember the story of Christopher Reeves falling off his horse five organs shut down by injuring his spine. So. Even though you might be able to pop your neck and get a little bit of relief. You know, I always say a blind squirrel finds a nut. Every now, and then the reality is your best leaving it up to the experts. I went to school for eight years to learn how to Justice bind properly, and when people are using chiropractic care more proactively and not reactively. It's amazing even your people who are addicted popping their own neck. They don't feel the need to as much because we're actually getting to correcting the actual problem versus just grossly mobilizing all the vertebra above and below the one that's really stuck. I don't know. But in the last five, six minutes, you've been on DACA. I think I've tried to pop next seven times because I keep talking about pop in your neck. We gotta get you say popular. It's kind of like, hey, you know, what we did. We did a ten minute everyone. Blinking everyone. Be blinking right now. How many people are sitting there pop in my neck? I don't even pop like I'm trying to pump. And sometimes things just pop, you know, when you're moving around in the course of working out or. Just just life too though. Right. Okay. That means you're getting a little out normal motion there, and the body is eventually what happens you get a little releasing it eventually moves, but that is an indication that there's probably a little bit of dysfunction in your spine. You know, one thing that always amazes me as a chiropractor is everyone brushes their teeth every day because they want to keep their teeth healthy, you know, think about nobody really understands how to keep their spine healthy and chiropractic is one of the very few things you can do to proactively keep your spine, healthy and more importantly, keep your nervous system. Healthy info care practice, say great tool for keeping people healing and healthy.
"five six minute" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Tortoise second recovery as repetitions am to Patrice. That's a week and within four weeks. They're repeat it's been spreading Chris by thirty three percent. It went from nine to fourteen point nine before exhaustion, and we do those with our athletes and it takes five minutes. You can do seven m repeated sprints of forty four teenagers would thirty-second recovery in about five six minutes. Very very quick. And you hold your breath during the sprint periods. Right. Yeah. You old your back? So you kind of have to measure that measured forty majors or even if you're close to now in the paper, it's aphid said that the S P O two is dropping down to about ninety percent in practice. We've used it for money athletes, and Emma may guys, you know, different guys and we say at dropping to. Seventy percent sixty seven percent. So we say stringency, we see stronger affect but yet I'm just following exactly the papers during that's how we know. We can we can produce. Like, how many times have you heard where we can simulate attitude training? You know, you can only simulate onto true training if you're able to drop the blood oxygen saturation. But no ninety percent if it doesn't drop below ninety one percent, not simulating out to training. So I think a lot of athletes would be listening to this and even myself because I do ju jitsu, and I focus on you know, breathing through my nose, right? But in your book, you mentioned there's a woman at the very like a an example of a woman that's a marathon runner, and she did her all marathon with her nose just to spreading through the hadn't someone that's like, you know, a football player that has to do sprints than arrest, or, you know, an enemy fighter that has these bursts of high energy than you know, that they're chilling for a few rounds. Can they do all of that purely through the nose or they're going to be time? They actually have to intake some breath through the mouth from application. Yes. Now, would I would unleash cage we wasn't required. One hundred percents nose breathing Ammon, even during the training. I wasn't required. One hundred percents because I want the nose to either next load onto the athlete during training. But I also want to migrate far say fifty percent of training. So that they can do on time just to maintain muscle condition and say, for instance, yet we've identified usuals running the margin with remind closed. The top Martin owners now in the rose is putting it into practice. But just times he's migraines. That's fine. See I want I want if you're running American I want your breathing to be slow in date. So I don't want so many breaths per minute. What each breads I wanted to be larger because they need to get the air deeper into the loan. So that the oxygen transfer can take place if you're breathing fast shot up m each Brandt a hundred fifty of branches lost in dead space. That's every breath that you take. There's a good proportion of that doesn't reach the belongs. Anyway. So if you were breathing fast, you're losing a lot more air to debt space. Whereas if you're breathing slow with east you're getting Frank proportion. You're getting more into the lungs Amdur and say sprinting writing Nash, that's fine. But it's not the time to worry about breathing during competition two times where about breathing is your preparation, I guess like the boxer there. Into just only in our go and see if I am in about a month's time. Now spend concerned about his breathing to get his breathing right in the in the weeks coming up to the fight. So it's just it's a it's a primarily like a training tool. Right yet for sure. Yeah. Now, we do have pre much competition like rice even to the night before. I don't want the athletes to be breathing. My during sleep because they're more likely to wake up rocky and don't have the focus..
"five six minute" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Understanding and a lot of that comes up points in the paint after good looks higher percentage. Looks might not have been there. And then by necessity making sure to get it all trying to stay within the flow of your office. The ideal is to have an edge in the paint and make your share of outside shots. It's great to have an advantage and points in the paint. And we actually one of the things we keep track of is. What is our ratio of possessions, where we test the paint versus possessions where we didn't. But we were too for twenty two from three. So you better have like a twenty five point advantage in the paint if that poorly, and and again, this goes back to that chicken and egg thing again of when folks look at the number and two for twenty two from three point range. How do how do you keep firing up? If you're if you're not going into not going. You dig yourself a seventeen nineteen point deficit in the first half seventeen points at behalf down seventeen sixteen even in the first five six minutes of the second half longer range shots do help you get back in the game. The question is how many of those do you pull the trigger on versus getting inside? And again, some of them were the same type of looks that I think we made nine in a row Kansas state in our last road game. So. You know, the last thing you wanna do is tell Gallic jas Febres do not the ball because that's really the best thing that he does. And then we'll taken away one of his best weapons. But you know, I told the guys for sure. Don't try to just pin this game just on shooting alone. Because there's a lot of other things that we can control, and we can do better starting with the mindset going into a game like this. All right coming up on the program. We'll get some of your questions. Also, our special guests come on. The freshman. More basketball team will join us that's up next when we continue with weekly. Here from waters west campus location here on the long, we're network in the long run, I d radio network. I'm sure you have a lot of things planned for this new year, you're going to up your game and a.
"five six minute" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"David bowie. Acquaint KamAz getting better than that. What you need to see some time. I just thought it was one of the coolest things over. And I'll tell you why this is why it's one radio show sometimes because you can tell people what you like, and there's not much they can do about it. So they have this deal. I don't know when they did it two or three or four years old. A thousand voices two thousand piece band. Sang's David Bowie, rebel, rebel. Okay. A thousand piece so they've got on this huge floor somewhere in Europe. And they've got I don't know. Hundred and fifty drummers hundred fifty drum sets all set up on the floor of this place. And then they've got probably one hundred fifty vocalists and they've got however many guitar players. And they put this out, and it is. What I love about. It is unbelievable number of. I'm sorry. An unbelievably diverse group of artists. Races creeds colors, sexes ages everything represented on the floor. That's number one. And. The other part of it is you never saw so many people so happy in your life playing music. It is it is transcended watching it. I must have watched it thirty times. I just think it's one of the coolest things I've seen if you just Google whatever it is thousand David Bowie thousand voices, whatever it is the coolest thing to watch an air the happiest people you'll ever see there the happiest people you will ever see or the people doing this five six minute. A thousand pieces. It's so awesome. It's so it's so great. But you need to see the video. But imagine all these people with. You know? I mean, it is it Tommy now just Santa right now, very very just look at look at how happy the people are. And then look at how diverse the group is like who's playing music together. And it really just an astonishing volume. It's astonished the stadium of people playing the same song together. Yes. It's. And it's just it's just the ultimate look of happiness when you watch these people perform this together. And there's something to be said about it. I don't know what it is. It's an intangible, I don't it's like art. I don't know how to. Quantify it. But if you could see it, you could see it. I did.
"five six minute" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast
"And that we've just heard. He's very very engaging. He's you know, there's no one else in tennis like him. And I think you know, tennis will be a poor place without him and his and his press conferences, it's been good having him back for a few years. And the other thing is I think you know, the Davis Cup is such an emotional event. Isn't as the what we talk about most for the Davis Cup players emotions fans, emotions the passion. And I think now is words today would know when different really he was clearly emotional, and he's had this very unique relationship with Davis Cup as an east, but it's been everything he's been a fan of Playa a winner. Loser. Captain, he's given a lot competitions given him a law, and he he fails vice strongly about its future. What do you think about his views, generally, Catherine because? He just isn't accepting that this event is it will be next year that it even is the Davis Cup. He just will not they won't give it a chance because I'm in his teammates were sitting alongside him as well. It was there absolutely categoric that this is the wrong thing to be doing. What what what is your view of what he said, what is your view generally of the changes that might? I mean, I found that sort of what was it five six minute long soliloquy. I mean, it was it was a love letter to what he sees as a dying Davis Cup dollar-buying lover. I mean, it was it was extraordinarily. I mean, obviously that we told them there's something about the the tone in the cadence of his voice, isn't that? He can be saying something sort of in credit e e can be loping. This verbal grenade is so brilliantly. Put an yet, you also sort of feel that you're paying song lullaby. He is extraordinarily like that. And it's become a cliche with regard to discourse about the Davis Cup that kind of regardless of some of the irrationalism potentially irrational things these guys say about it. And I d think we get saying, I hope it files is is pretty if understandable, irrational Radi. That's like, you know. When when when applied leaves if someone else you like what I hoped I'm miserable together. You know, is that it's that kind of. Both full down a well in stay that forever. So, but you can't help celebrate the strength of feeling celebrate the emotion in what he's saying. And that emotion is what people on of of losing in the Davis Cup, isn't it? So regardless of whether you think he's ROY to wrong, and I happen to remember smoking about it with Charlie AKU share over the summer. I think one of the people in the world that feels feel not I didn't feel indifferent about it. I just feel quite neutral about the changes some aspects of the whole situation. Make me really nervous. And I am skeptical as to whether the work is not necessarily the the the sort of reformed Davis Cup that I would have fashioned. However, I do believe the Davis Cup needed reform. I really really do impressed with the speed with which they've managed to make things happen. I thought it would take years for the wheel. Of change to turn. And you know, credit to them of recognizing problem in getting something done again elements of it. I'm essentially elements of the reasons why it's happened say quickly make me nervous. But it needed changing. I'm willing to keep an open mind until I see the results of it. And I think it's a little bit of a shame that they're not saying I wish it well. I hope desperately that it does capture some of what we all love so much and if given to the Davis Cup rather than yeah. Just saying it all ends here in until the grenade. But I get it. I get you know, what are your views? Largely agree. I think you know, I think we've got to give it a chump seventy. It will be different. Two ways about it..
"five six minute" Discussed on No Agenda
"Don't fire him. We don't know that he was hired to deliver food in his van which was freaky scary. If you're going to have someone delivering food from your restaurant, you might consider the sanitary conditions of the van. I always wanted to make sure if you have often the awry that I could find a way out of that van der. That's actually what I wanted to ask you that you've been inside that van can can you describe what you saw inside the van had a lot of McDonalds Taco Bell boxes. Lot of laundry hygienically, it was filthy. And that's why you let your food be delivered in that van dirty. It was smelly. It was beer bottles in narrow vodka bottles in. He always dressed impactfully, always on nice Cologne. He always look to grade. If if he was delivering my food to me, I say, hey, come on in get ready for Katie Casey to lead the witness. He always played the part, very well. Oh. She said played the part, very well. He always played the part, very well. And this is not because she saying he was an actor necessarily. But the truth always wants to come out. Oh, he's always played the part. It was perfect. It was delivering food to me. I say, hey, come on in. He always played the part, very well. And maybe that's just it. He played the part real well with you do with your understanding. He was living in the van at the time when he worked with you. Now, he told me that his family. Told me he was living in the van. Is this your understanding? I had not a I don't have a solid on on what heat where is living Zelzal? They was living with his mother. Let's see there's more on this at the time when he worked with him. Now, he told me that his family they were from the Seminole tribe, and he had a home on the reservation here, and you also had a home in plantation, and he was very proud that. He just got accepted into driving like a has met. Okay. I stop. Now. The bullshit is too thick. I know I don't know much just discharging Buchanan. Not be certified as has met trucker with with a record. Have a lot of truckers audience. I want them to correct me if I'm wrong. He was very that's stop about. Let's stop there. And reanalyze what she said. She said he said, it doesn't mean any of. It was true. He may just be one of these guys who likes to bullshit about himself. It's true. The reason why I bring it up. Is because know, George Webb. He's kind of like this intelligence guy. He he really started with Seth rich and he does short like five six minute YouTube videos. Yeah, I'm sure you've seen him. I have he now he had a very interesting theory, which I just wanted to highlight in this regard, his theory is that the US in particular CIA is still running weapons for drugs and that. The seminal and the best way to the best way to whitewash money, which kind of odd way takes us somewhere else through gambling gambling is the way you launder money. Because you know, you just spend it in the casino. And you know, you get you loose them. So you're going to break even even or break, even which by the way is exactly who does that sound like when you think about it if you're an arms dealer, and you're in the casino with a lot of money. Okay. So that would be the Vegas shooter. Anyway. So the in twenty fourteen paddock exactly in two thousand fourteen Florida gave the gaming license all the gaming licenses to the Seminole Indians. And which Trump also was he tweeted about that back in twenty fourteen force us interested in that maybe for his own money laundering operation. I don't know. But what George websites is that he thinks that the the seminal community there. The the casinos is a laundering operation for CIA money for guns. And they have what they do is. They get a whole bunch of ex cons and criminals, and they kind of, you know, co op them. And these guys patsies. They'll do whatever they want because at least not in jail, and they usually not very intelligent and Webb's assertion is that he thinks this guy was was planted to do this. And that that he's being held up as a Patsy. So the whole seminal things. Very interesting. Yeah..
"five six minute" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"Positive thoughts, happiness to parents on it will give you the strength to straight computer current to Zion for the three often, people look at tiny does a bad thing, but the let those opinions of people didn't want to a bench. Sometimes we looking for. Here's come back. Famer. That never coop. Strikes. Finally moved back back. So much to give this word. It wouldn't. It gives you want to go back to the ways. The future. Think about the people. The lead, your gifts sacrifice to presence. Future sale. Powerful stuff. There. Are you willing to sacrifice your present self. To become your future self quite a wine right there. You wanna talk about a question. They'll keep you up all night. Let that one rattle around in your head. Seep down into your soul. Good stuff again, that is fearless motivation. We're gonna bring those to you once a week. They were do that on Wednesdays is that Ryan is good stuff so you can. You can expect that and go give those guys a follow again, they I love their stuff so good, and we're just playing short clips. Some of these tracks are five, six minutes long. And if nothing else, you just need something to fire you up while you're on that exercise bike or the stairmaster or on the treadmill or out on the road. That'll do it. Fearless motivation, check out YouTube. I tunes Spotify and I'm sure other places eight, four, four, seven, four, seven two five, seven, seven eight four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven is the number. Let's go to Nathaniel is on the line in Sierra vista Arizona, Nathaniel, you're on the Ken Coleman. Show. I'm living the dream the Faneuil. How are you. Doing pretty good doing pretty good. Good. How can I help? Yeah, so I'm trying to zero in on my sweet spot and identify which happening to take to get there. All right. What is the location of where you're at right now? So right now on active military and I'll be getting out soon. I'll be on continuing. So working IT field. I'm trying to get my degree in college aid. And after that him coming to the bathing between going for the PHD the while arm in the that kind of transitioning period, I'm gonna start trying to build a life coach and just continue to build it, and I'm trying to figure out, do I need to stick with life coaching after that or just kind of continue to do. Well, I mean you you eventually want to be a life coach, correct? Isn't that the ultimate goal? So the PHD is just a little bit more qualification or did I miss something there take me take me fifteen twenty years down the line to the dream job the top of Mount Everest for an Athenian? What is it. Well, I was thinking what the PHD I could do like like part time, whether it's like clinical or just kind of work in the schools or just kind of something that you kind of meet some of the other jobs where you kind of need those on that kind of level of degree. But overall, the life coaching is going to be the main main bit of it, but life coach and give you something I do part time or I could do a fulltime, but I figured it was something like the clinical. I could be kind of out there more. So I could also use that to build my life coach kind of base. Okay. So the ultimate goal is to be a life coach, but also do some some PHD type counseling type stuff that gets you in different places. So it's really a two fold. You see yourself doing both out of the same business. Yes. Yeah, I just I still, I don't understand your question as to why you think you would do life coaching part time. Unless you did say something about IT when you get out of the military so is, are you thinking life coaching and IT or your two jobs? Where was that placed in there? So yes. So once I get out then IT tire talent been in Oklahoma, continue doing that and kind of on the side. I was gonna pick up the life coaching. I ain't gonna be I Gotcha. So the IT allows you to make good money, and that becomes your platform to build the life coaching into full-time gig. Oh, yeah. I boy, you're on it man, and I'm really proud of you for that..
"five six minute" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"The sun sets on these great deals what do you have over there chris guys that start with teo the story that doesn't seem wants to go away you know hall of fame is coming up in a couple of weeks te'o as decided not to go to canton going to do his own speech at three seventeen pm and chattanooga well everyone's kind of weighing in on this right now charles barkley was on nfl total access yesterday with maurice jones drew and james jones and this is what he had to say terrorist selfish he's doing the wrong thing he should have been a i better hall of famer but other guys chris carter who waited longer i mean listen once you in the hall of fame you in the hall of fame the writers bid jealous or somebody's guys on the stand that but heels got to be a big a man the hall of fame ain't about you i was blessed going to hall of fame and what i did was i would've my whole life of everybody who helped me and i'm pretty sure that a lot of people who have te'o get to the hall of fame and hall of fame speech it ain't about you it's about thinking all the people who have you get to the hall of fame all the coaches you know your parents your grandparents i know he was close to his grandmother very close to my grandmother i wanted to world and know what she meant to me there's so many coaches are played for so many teammates played for i wanted to acknowledge those guys so i think teo was being selfish and shortsighted and he could've went to the hall of fame induction it's tough to argue with that i know that is other reasons for not going to think te'o is going to do all of that in his own speech he will his university i understand it is just a bummer that he's not going to be with his no when we were gone you know joe horrigan the pro football hall of fame vp of exhibits i believe is official title as well as the individual who is just does a spectacular job every year putting on these events made news if you will by saying that they're not going to have any moment for him and they ceremony right and folks thought okay that's that's i mean what what are they supposed to do their mailing his jacket and what are they supposed to do jackets ceremony up they're hosting ladies and gentlemen we allowed a mannequin and put it on him i mean what are they supposed to do i mean he he says he's not going to be there should they have put together a video of s t o if you're going to come who would your presenter of been because we'd like to sit them down and give you the five six minute video treatment that we would have given anybody here and we'll just give you your five six moments in the ceremony that's going to last a billion hours anyway because everyone's going to go on thirty thirty five minutes on their speech the point where kurt warner basically spoke to an empty house last year and what are they supposed to do but what would have been the harm in doing that maybe maybe not five or six minutes cut it down to two or three but still like what what's still have video permit when berman comes out on on on on the saturday congratulations the hall of fame class his name will be mentioned as you know there's photographs of the class that's on the side of the stadium and throughout the entire city his face will be on it when i'm hosting the jacket dinner friday night i'm not in.
"five six minute" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"Three sessions and put myself on the running edge yeah maybe i get closer really no desires it's funny though isn't it funny when father time catches you up a little bit i go into the other day by williams from fetch everyone and he was saying what would he turned question mound a little bit the six months to a mile and was like kind of six months sort of two apart round and if if you could run any part one in the world what what were the time be when i first got involved in portland there was this thing or using these news go pushy part som child days there was a thing called the sub seventeen club and i remember thinking what love to be under seventeen minutes around seventeen twenty and i'm not gonna run twenty fifty seven of the weekend i'm a long way long long way from that and you kind of there's an age you get to his net where you think there's always times always time then you start getting tonight where you think better hurry up if i'm going to do it because actually it doesn't motivation to be like that i would tell you what i'd like to go under seventeen again this year okay made some inroads to that so you know because it tell you it was running close to nineteen minutes eighteen of the eighteen forty eight hundred and fifty s not that long ago maybe four or five months ago and i felt you know what he's hard i'm working too hard to this so i have made a conscientious and focused effort to include a session and to ramp the running a little bit and oddly i'm getting a little bit quicker funny that isn't it so now i'm down to seventeen forty run on saturday fail of still a bit more in the tank because well so be nice to see if i can eclipse fortyone seconds good laugh i did a five mile ten run as well as other ingredients i started off thinking i wonder if i can run five six minute miles back to back just even sneak under six minutes for each so i think i ran the first one in about six oh one and then realized this is doubtful but i ended up running something light six so one six zero five six nine six four six three something like that good lhasa close you know it was what was amazing was that little bit around the six oh five six ten felt very different five fifty five to six minutes i know that always sounds a bit geeky it's the same for everybody isn't it in many ways albeit maybe a different time some foster some slower there is often a point where you you know what this is uncomfortable with this is hard but comfortable and then suddenly for like a few seconds of mile quicker and it's totally unsustainable i was working at the end little bit like it's almost progression from the royal flush flush royal flush progression we did a few weeks ago where i said you know can i start a little slow and run a little quicker and that was what we did ended up running five fifty three to six twenty five through to five fifty one in here i'm just trying to run you know closer to six minutes but more consistently some getting there i'm getting there and i was funny because as i was running i was thinking how on a steve way do fifty six these ten seconds per mile quicker back to back with no rest unbelievable good work of course it's also been beach o'clock on full smugglers now listen i will warn you news coming because i'm in the office in the bottom the garden at because we're calling early evening strictly off and on tuesday and of course it's ten thousand degrees across the country in it's got to have the doors open for the shed unfortunately that means the little troublemakers can see the doors open so we make into in we may get interrupted now again by kids that's right i have my closed so i feel i mean i sound yeah i sound work yeah what have you let's see well i was in the northeast for the weekend friday saturday sunday my annual park ground suare with my friends from strathclyde edinburgh parham where we got around a few different events i think we ran ten tell tell you you what what.
"five six minute" Discussed on Behind the Bets
"Yeah knocking of that not bad i the pen plus eight firsthalf they wear i've course went to twitter way too early oh get it when they're up i don't know six or eight and there were i don't know five six minutes left it just seemed like the worst case was you know they'll be down whatever for live halftime of course sweat it out there down seven at half and i've gotten some grief there was a way you could lost that in the last oh yeah oh yeah we got three ball went up i think it was a four point game or something like that and there may be able to have one possession i was i was scolding you on twitter and justifiably justifiably so but also celebrating your victory and then i'd miami minus either one and a half or two which wouldn't i believe have come through even if they had missed shot obviously that came down to the wire close game i just thought that was a little short given given the two teams and look you know that's why they call it gambling right down to the final minute they didn't come through i did go to luckily i had the kansas minus fourteen i took the bait is what i said on the podcast because it did seem like they were beating you into it three at the buzzer i seventeen it was the three shot that missed yep so it was exciting for me to watch that and then i had butler as well that was the i mean that's a remarkable stat so just to recap there's since two thousand twelve there's now been fifteen double digit seeds favored in the first round and they've gone on the straight up not necessarily covered but straight up twelve and three so it's pretty good.
"five six minute" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Come anytime i'll talk myself people like not necessarily this show and it was layers i had to do in bristol and you guys used to cds they don't have them anymore they used to be these like one minute like after nfl lie they'll go to new orleans saints and a guy would just show up on camera the new orleans saints this week yeah yeah they look good when you finish it but usa see the outtakes knows they say we mean forty five to a minute and just talk new orleans saints forty five six minute just just go just no script go now you watch joan brother be some days i'm ask you what was the one you said the beginning you ios adrian peterson interview the i had a lt lt lt and man again if you know l ladainian thomson taylor ladainian time okay yeah no they'll teat that wouldn't have been fair that would have been a party and what happened it was just weird that was my first interview i was still active player on your conducting the interview yeah and i was doing interview nfl network had just lost just open that was just being a correspondent being nice and it felt weird i'm going back to san diego are used to play and i'm like how many people still love me and how many people hate me and then it's my boy slaps lt demand nfl mvp he's walking by everybody just like not doing this interview he wasn't mad he just wasn't into talking they just lost a game and i'm there and i'm like oh my god i never been a part of scrum as the reporter i've been like the guy in the center of attention and i'm like oh this is so weird just walking past everybody.
"five six minute" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"Just because you're better than teela as far as being a platform doesn't mean you're getting the most out of getting what she need adults everything new has it and you know you look your best stuff in the scope there's two minute there's too many things that if it's bothering wrestling finance is thus what makes them out some frustrated guy that doesn't mean the casual fan is is liking it it believes the casual family or like was going as a bunch of crap all wash something else yeah absolutely all right let's talk cut or a second break when we come back we'll entous amino questions to wrap up today's program we finally got out a single digits had below zero weather in minnesota was in the forties who was sunny and growth that means long lines at the car wash and but i did get in and get the exterior of my car cleaned i like to go to the selfservice carwashes their their cheaper in it countess of exercise and i can really detail things with with the wind in the russian all that but i i thought i got lucky i was right up to the garage judge door there wasn't a long line there were three other stalls in they all had one car waiting but i i didn't have two epic to forestall i figure all right good deal within you know three four five six minutes i'll there's about a twenty five minute wait there's like this utility truck in there with this person doing all kinds of detail work ran i don't know how many cycles in a row in all these cars in these other stalls to my left just kept rolling through every six minutes you know to three minutes cycles are one five minutes eichel whatever it is and they were in and out so i picked the wrong line other online but that happens sometimes right anyway now it's time to clean the insight and that made me think of through car because they have this tip that they give here and there spot for the show which is a coffee filter in a little bit of olive oil can clean your interior so the next nice day i'm gonna sit the driveway and and clean the inside of the carcass after a long winter it needs it another good tip is removing excess weight from your car will improve gas mileage and also you can place your teeth up.
"five six minute" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Mm it it it that that i'm telling you right now minnette that afc it's never been this clear this early any conference i've never felt like that our three alive this is the her wherever you may be and however you may be less than a la of in los angeles i already box board radio app as one christy lay joining me for our three and five six minute rob parker is furious rob parker agree and disagree with me on the broad green bay matt stafford all sorts of things by the way big nba story breaking eric bledsoe this sons reportedly may end up in milwaukee or the box be a real threat deliver on james wa five the hear about milwaukee again cap for two years is i gave your eyes of milwaukee milwaukee is the team in the east and am i go to lebrun moved in milwaukee it'll brought overall milwaukee lebron's not on milwaukee okay they got a guy and he's great and they got another guy in his third guy negga bledsoe i'm sure abroad like eric bledsoe scary boy oh boy ill boy all right monday night football let me go before we get rob parters freaking out led let's start with this avoided any kind of what you believe or abusive relationships emotionally abusive and what what does that mean that means you're doing seventy five percent of the work just avoid those relationships business life if you're doing all the lifting euro is the one going the extra mile euro as the one put in the time in euro is doing stuff with the kids euro is doing stuff for the business that's not the kind of lopsided relationship you wanna be in you wanna be in a relationship and it's not always 5050 it's not i understand life difficult right it's not always 5050 somebody's always doing a little more work but it's kind of a 75 twenty rule like if you feel like you're doing three quarters of the work in any relationship personal professional get out of the relationship so aaron rogers is in one of those relationships now he's he's doing seventy five percent of the work.
"five six minute" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Um but is there any does that strike you as as like oklahoma city is almost trying to beat the warriors at their own game a little bit well i think what what i like about what they did is they still have steven adams um who such a different level of a for the calorie tone uh ben moshe centerton our late even a big centers are not merely on an every possession based her as a goal as adam and then i think they've added you know the spacing for like they'll have with carmelo who can at times if he's out there by himself would neither westbrook or george you know he can carry an offense for five six minute period when he rolan um but i think what's been under talked about is just how good paul george it oh my god white people talk like in the class of the great small forward can our league right now but he really is and i know you know maybe he's never wade the dragon that is what braun jane uh in a series of but when you go back to indiana against miami i thought he acquitted himself the especially well and then last year a net opened series against cleveland i thought he played some very good basketball and listen you'll see everybody would probably craig james ahead of him and go ran ahead of him but if you add third pick and you've got paul george as a coach you'd be more than happy because you know on any given night he can be the best player on the floor for the best team and so that's what i think has been under sold with their changes you know i i think he fit seamlessly with anybody because of how he plays the game i think westbrook and a half to uh changed a bit and i think carmelo is going to have to change a bit but i don't think paul george f to do anything different why that you mentioned before you know carmelo carmelo's like quite clearly the third best player in the team it's the he's not as good as paul george.