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"gustav " Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"I'm Gustav Ariana. You're listening to the times. Essential news from the LA times. It's Wednesday, December 7th, 2022. Today, how the nation's biggest ever college strike and possibly the biggest ever pay hike for some of these UC workers is already changing long held notions of pay equity in college, and not just at universities in California,
Farabee, Hart lead surprising Flyers to 4-3 win vs Panthers
"The flyers are off to a 5 and two start after Joel therapy in Carter Hart led them to a four three win over the Panthers Therapy had a goal in an assist to back heart who turned back 47 shots I thought we did a good job of keeping pucks to the outside A lot of block shots I think that's something with our team this year Tony Deangelo Scott Lawton and Zach mcewen also scored for the rebuilding flyers Gustav forsling Josh Maher and Brandon montor had goals for the Panthers who lost despite out shooting the flyers 50 22 I'm Dave ferry
"gustav " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Stay fresh with that and goal oriented? Yeah, it's strange because I had the same goal for so many years to take the Tokyo Olympic gold and then after the race. I just felt like was this it like have everything I've been working towards did I do enough and everything and after that I was a bit kind of empty for some time because I didn't have a bad performance. I came top ten in my first Olympics and I was happy with my performance in itself, but I didn't reach my goal. My long-term goal for ten years. And after a week I was just already onto the next one and was Paris and ready to go again. And I don't do anything particular with my motivation or anything for me. It comes quite natural. So yeah, I don't know. Like sort of practices or mantras or techniques that you not really. And I don't watch any videos to get myself motivated or her motivational speeches or anything for me. It comes from within and it's a natural thing. I guess a lot of Dexter's your north star. It just did a DNA. Watching you. I'm very motivated by racist. So even though I had ever opposite experience with Tokyo winning the goal or race that I was working towards for ten years, basically straight after I was thinking about Hawaii. I really wanted to win. Hawaii and back then that first had to qualify before I go to wild card. And. Yeah, it's just, yeah, setting new targets. And if it goes wrong, now in Hawaii when I finished third and then watching the pictures when he's crossing the finish line first and I do think that in 12 months time and I do wonder across the finish on first again. So it's more the fires burning hot. One is going well. You just want to repeat it again when it's going not that well, then it's even more like a slap in the face and not get a wake up and try to get back on track. But it's easier to be motivated when you see Christian also motivated and I get to this same for Christian for me. So we do feed off each other in that way. Right. And we don't spread like the or sometimes we do. Sometimes like life is hard. There must be moments where you're like, I'm sick of this guy. I need to hang out with someone else. Yeah, but Christian is really direct in that way. You just put on AirPods and silent. You can go training sessions, even though we train together. We're not talking at all. And then we can have some training session. We're talking for three hours straight. So even though we are together, we gave him each other. It's not often I put in the airport, though. No, but they can be a week. Leave me alone. It can be a week straight, but it's not often. And it doesn't necessarily need to be racing for us just like the mood. Wow. And when you do put the AirPods in and the training, are you listening to music or what are you listening to? It can be everything. Sometimes just noise canceling on. Oh wow, interesting. Yeah, but it's easier to train with someone when you know we are in this together. We have the same ambitions. We have to, yeah, and also now going into Kona. We looked at each others for that's the biggest competitors. So we had a training session. We had a lunch at the four seasons and the food was a bit too good. So we ate a bit too much, and then we came to the run and afternoon and yeah, we both had a bad day. But since they both like our biggest competitors, when I said, okay, I'm going to stop it now. We're going to create a session creation said, okay. Then I can stop the problem. But that was more as a joke still. But yeah, there was so you went to toilet off their first interval and I went out to The Bronx and had to puke up the lunch. So that's what happened when I'm not in charge of the planning of the day. Putting on a run session straight after lunch. So you left a deposit of your own body on the lava fields there for Madison. That's a good car. Mostly good karma. Well, I have so much admiration and respect for both of you guys. I'm a huge fan. And it was a delight watching you guys go head to head. The other day, and I can't wait to see what you guys accomplished in the years to come. So at your service and it was delighted to talk to you. So thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah, I love this bromance. That's good. I hope you guys stay together forever. At some point you're going to need girlfriends, but we're working on it. Working so hard on it. But the problem here, again, with this consequences. So he could pull stuff like this, the voice of God. Yeah, he pulls up this statistics that athletes with girlfriends they perform worse than who wants without always with the consequences. It's up to you. Yeah, I know, but I have the choice, but you have to know that if you go through with this, then you are done. Yeah. So yeah, playing on consequences. All right, well, yeah, you could put that data point in maybe after Paris. Yeah, we'll see.
"gustav " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Everything for me. You definitely had media training. Honestly. It's art. They are in the forefront in terms of always been at the cutting edge of science because they're tinkerers and they're willing to try new things that perhaps professional cyclists or professional runners won't. And I think that's cool and unique about the sport. But I am interested in perhaps you guys conveying a little bit of wisdom about what you've learned over the many years that would be applicable to the average endurance athlete or endurance enthusiasts, perhaps somebody who's out there contemplating their first marathon or their first Olympic triathlon, where should their focus be placed and what types of things should they not worry about that maybe they spend too much time thinking about. What are things? Sometimes it's fun just to see how you can have amateurs being more professional. In terms of recovery than what we are, like to do all the math as you do recovery booth, ice bath, but I think the most important thing for factories, iteration and enough sleep. So if they can just kind of throw out those hours that you're seeing on their typical recovery thing and just getting more calories in and sleeping enough, I think that's really going to be beneficial. But then you don't get to buy the cool stuff. A lot of it is about the blingy stuff in triathlon too, I think. But then they can invest it in equipment instead. That's one level higher bike price. So for the recovery piece, what does that look like for you guys? I mean, sleep, obviously. Do you do ice baths on a Norma tec boots like all that kind of stuff? We do nothing. You don't do any of that. We do sleep. Yeah. I was watching Lionel Sanders blogs. And I guess he was staying at Chris lito's house. He's got an ice bath, and they were like playing around with the ice bath and line. I was like, I can't do it. I don't want any part of this. We don't do that either. Especially preparing for one race. We wouldn't do ice bath. Yeah, well, it's interesting and maybe this is a question for Olaf, but so many of those recovery modalities. I often wonder, are they robbing the athlete of the adaptation to exercise induced stress that you're looking for? Like you want your body to have a response to the strain that you just put it through. And if you do too much recovery stuff, are you undermining what you're actually trying to achieve? Yeah, we've seen that the way antioxidants in altitude. So people take antioxidants because they don't want to get the body inflamed and have benefits. And it's good up to a certain amount. But if you do it too much, you actually, yeah, as you just mentioned, you don't get all the benefits because you need some kind of information or else you want to build back stronger. But I don't think doing 50 minutes of massage is having any effect. If it's a comfort thing, it's a comfort thing. You can do it. But for me, I would never spend time to go out of bed to meet someone and have a massage. For me, it's better to just relax and watch YouTube or listen to podcasts or something. So just relax when I can then do that as well. Yeah, interesting. Same for you. Yes, we have the same program there. Yeah. What do you guys, what do you do when you're limited free time? You watch Dexter, right? The psycho killer. He's your hero. There's a poster of him on your wall. Yeah. Up in the ceiling. It's all about obsession. Normally we squeeze in a poem up with just like in bed and just recovering until the next session. So I think if you see her daily work, now we do how we spend our days. It can be very boring for a lot of people and it's very simple. It's wind back and running and just with the meals in between and upon that midday. So a typical day for us in altitude is waking up at 7 30, go to the pool at like 8 15, swim for 90 minutes, go back, eat lunch, have a power and up and a power Napa is not the 5 minute standard. It's not a ten minute, it's like an hour, midday, just sleeping. And then eat some more, have a bike ride to do enough hours, three hours, and then a short run, make dinner. So an attitude or in front of you make the dinner or self every day. And then we eat, then we have a conversation with olav, about the training the next day and then we go to bed. So in that schedule, we don't have too much time to squeeze in more than Dexter. So maybe we can ask him afterwards if he can start doing two by 30 minutes of massage on the industrial. So what do you feel about that? Well, the swan here comes to you. Yeah, yeah. You don't have to go anywhere. As a cyclist. I would think he'd be all in on that. Yeah, but cyclists only have one session a day. So it's easy to fit in and afternoon slackers. The train may be the same amount of hours, but they have one session, 5 hours, concentrated. It's easier to use the free time, but we have swimming takes a lot of time. It's always transportation, and you have to change and assuming just takes a lot of time. But while cycling and running, you can always start from your house, basically. So yeah, and also we have to figure out what we're going to train the next day. A lot of logistics. And for us, we can say, when we finish swimming, okay, we're going to write at two. And then we come closer to you and say, no, it's better to push it to one or two three. So to have an extra person like I'm assumed into this whole picture to plan around it just adding to the stress too complicated. Yeah, so we like to have a flexible schedule. And that's why we don't plan too much training with other people either. So we just say, okay, we run in ten minutes. So, and you guys roommates throughout all of this? No, we are. But Christian is heavy breather during the night. And my ears actually saw now I have like a bloody ear because you share the same bedroom. Now we do, yeah. Just for just for four days here. Two and a half weeks. No girlfriends. So I know girlfriends. No, no. But I have to wear my AirPods in the air to just cancel out all the noise. But it's getting a bit so long, man. Too much. Yeah, we usually have being super heavy celebrities. Usually we have, but now it was a bit with a logistics and the code 9 here. So sometimes they have to share, but it's okay for a shorter period, but now I feel like it's been a bit too long, so it's going to be good to have my own bedroom. Final thing and then I'll let you guys go. I'm just curious about mindset, like how you maintain your focus on these goals and stay plugged in when the going gets tough and I don't know, it's the middle of the winter and you're just it's session session session like you are living a very monk like existence in order to achieve these insane goals that you've set for yourself. How do you stay fresh with that and goal oriented? Yeah, it's strange because I had the same goal
"gustav " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"So much more. All for just a dollar 90 a week to learn more and sign up, visit meals dot rich roll dot com, do it now. Okay, back to the show. There was a lot of speculation about what was going on inside your Jersey on the bike. What did you have stuffed in there? Everyone's like, what is that? Is he trying to cool his core body temp? Did you just have bottles in there? It was a bit random actually. So we tried it in a wind tunnel earlier this year. And it's basically no aero penalty. It's slightly faster in crosswind, but it's not really any difference. But the thing is, I had a bottle in transition one. And usually we have this box in transition with a bike where you can throw away your things. And I just didn't think it through. So when I came to the bike, I went to like throw away the bottle, but it was nothing there, because Iron Man translations this, they're different than a normal ones. And I knew if I just saw a way to bottle down, I would get our penalty. So first I had it in my pocket in a rare, but it almost fell out. So now I thought maybe I should just put it there my Jersey. And make a story out of it and people will repeat it in the future for arrow games, but yeah, it was not real about the games. It was not getting a ton of things. Yeah, it was like, is this shape in here, making it more aerodynamic? He's trying to look more like me. He had the barrel change. The barrel chest. Well, the aerodynamic stuff is super interesting too. I mean, most people are familiar with cyclists going into the wind tunnel or time trial is trying to really dial in that aerodynamic position. But once again, you guys have gone next level. You did all this testing on a track with what's it called, like body rocket. So what was going on there that elevated your understanding of being optimally aerodynamic. So we spent a lot of days in winter winter just to be able to dial in the position of the bike, but the problem there is that the feeling you have in the wind tunnel isn't necessarily the way of riding outside and especially me when I'm riding, I'm changing position quite a lot, and I've been moving the saddle a couple of centimeters back and forth. During the ride, no, no, like, or just experimenting. Experimenting over like a training camp. Christian is insane. You can go one session. And then no, I don't have any power. Let's go up but the saddle for centimeters. There's not even millimeters. I'm going to rise and race my saddle so much right now. Or I think I need to go down and I go down. No, I have to go up. It's been tricky to find the body position. Now, the opposition on the bike. The body rocket is trying to bring what you do in the winter out in the field. So it has like sensors underneath your air bars, like a small sensor there, and also on the need to saddle and in your pedals. So by this way, you are separating your body from the bike. So when out riding, you can measure all the wind that's coming to your body, and you can measure where on the bike you are getting the forces. So if we can see that you are not really aerodynamic in your front of your back with your arms or if your lower back or where the CDA numbers is increasing. That's some Formula One shit. That's like next level. But the vectors that you got to factor in are not just aerodynamics, but comfort, you're going to be on the bike for four plus hours. And power, right? Power transfer. So it's like, yeah, you can get super aerodynamic, but if that's not translating into watts, or if you're so uncomfortable that you're going to cramp or you're just not going to be able to sustain it, that's not going to work either. Yes, you need to have a good balance between the hamstring use and the quad use as well. Because of you do have to go out and run the marathon after it. So it's not just about getting as fast as possible on the bike. Right. And your positions are very different. What's interesting, Christian also, your bikes are different. You have a very unique bike, Christian. I don't know what's going on with that bike. And a weird odd position, like you're much more upright and your arms are up high as well. So how did you arrive upon? I feel I haven't arrived yet to necessarily where I want to be. It's been like a long process of getting there. But yeah, it's just the fact that I want to keep my power high and not just because if I go too low and then I feel my stomach in chest goes into the knees and then I am losing power. So it's more being able to still think about the run after the bike. While gustavus made more flexible and I feel like I'm a natural cyclist and my bike position is quite similar to that of time trial, specialist in the Tour de France. So I have more like a traditional bike position. Yeah. Yeah. And that's just through rigorous testing. You've figured this out. And also comfort. Yeah. And what feel natural? We've been to the urban through Intel myself as well. And we did just minor changes. I was basically no changes because for me I knew that my position was quite fast based on power numbers and analyze this done before. So we just had like slight increase in angle of the arms and small optimization. How are you guys feeling about the fact that for dino didn't race is he on your mind is the mono imano against Jan? Looming in the future and how are you thinking about that rivalry? Of course I have both the Hawaii rice still to win and I've never raced against the honor. So we will see what's happening in the future. You only have one politically correct answer. I think come on, man. You're not afraid to trash talk a little bit. You only have one more year. I think. So one more corner. We will see. See what's happening next year. But it's three weeks between the grand final and Hawaii. Next year. So it's going to be a quick turnaround. Gustav. Don't feel like I'm driven the same way with rivalry as Christiana. Yeah, I want to win, but I want to beat the best, but I don't have like this. Particular guys that I want to be to just want to beat everyone. So I don't have the need to be young to feel better about myself. But I feel it would be cool to race against him like he's being the best in the sport since 2008 and I've been over a decade on top of the sport and really changed long distance triathlon. So just to take that opportunity to raise him, I think it's something. Yeah, I had opportunity in California last year, but then we had this insane storm coming in for Iron Man and the racecourse council and race morning. So yeah, we went on the same start line, but never got the race. Right. So Jan was the first to become an Olympic gold medalist and then win at Kona, but it took him 7 years to do it and two konas.
"gustav " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Monitoring that does that spill over into how you're feeling throughout a race. A few links throughout the race is pretty simple. I get as much, much in as you can tolerate. So we're working with Morton, a Swedish company. And that has allowed us to basically go way, way, way higher. And carbs than what is normally considered okay for the stomach. So I think using super sapiens could be helpful, but it's basically just do as much as you can tolerate. And even there we're doing some samplings where we are because of the special types of carbohydrates that's in the Morton. The Martin team can based on their breath analyze how many grams we are able to take up when you are riding based on your breath. And then by looking at the master or the oxygen intake, we're using in the power. They can then calculate how sustainable this is. So you know for our men, it's easy to do three 50 watts for a given period of time. But when you don't have to do it for 300 watts for like four hours and then run after it, then at one point you will most likely just bunk. But based on this, you can calculate and see how far you can get and how much power you can produce without ending up in the basement. Right. Yeah, there is something specific about what Morton is doing that is really helpful in terms of staving off the GI distress that you see particularly in humid places like Kona. Yeah, so to have this technology that doesn't the carbs don't get absorbed as early as the other product. So it is basically encapsulated in hydrogel. So it goes longer or deeper into the system before you take it up. So you don't have the same stress on the stomach. But it's saying that also before one of the big sessions I had before Kona. I felt fine. And we went running. It was a brick session and maybe ten K into one. And I just vomited everything I had in my stomach. And I don't know what was the more the heat or what it was, but at that point I was a bit stressed for the race. Because yeah, under two weeks out and vomiting is not optimal when you're racing. So still with the best product in the world, you can do things wrong. And I was lucky I didn't have any rain. Didn't it just have a Coke? Yeah, but I really felt like I felt it coming. And I tried to just have some different taste in my mouth and just drink something different. So I felt like, okay, now I'm going to puke. It took like the smallest tip of Coke and it is everything came up. That's scary. Also, I'm sure being a student of the sport and knowing that many a great champion has been felt by that very thing. Like macca talks about it all the time. It took him years to figure out how to not have GI distress just so he could run the way that he had trained to run to win the race. But we are kind of lucky in both of us because we can handle great mountain training, but also in a day to today life just eating a lot. But figuring that out, there was a very scientific approach that I can't wait to talk to Olaf about. I mean, I know that you would drink water that was laced with isotopes to try to figure out not just how much glycogen you should be taking in, but whether or not the glycogen you were burning was from your glycogen stores versus the foods that you were eating like getting really data driven about the specifics of that to kind of dial in what that nutrition plan should be. Yeah, that was more to find out what our actual consumption of or figuring out to see the whole budget you can try because it goes with the water that we drank and then later on Peter and every morning you could see it and how many calories we could burn through over two weeks period of time without losing weight. And then we really tried to do as much training as possible and based on this numbers than would have can then in this training plan. You can see that okay, if you do this amount or the so long bike ride with this power, then you're going to burn through so many calories. And if we do this every day, then you will be burned out because you can't eat enough. So it's more for him to have this budget of how much he can actually give us in training. So we have a lot of people with us, or more before, but we had a lot of people joining us for training camps. And we call it the ten day crack. So a lot of people can train a lot for a week without feeling burnt out, but after about ten days, then you are training too much every day and you're eating too little and just like fading slowly every day. You won't notice until it's been overdue and ten days. Most people would crack and either get injured or sick or just tired in bed. So it's definitely a real thing to see how much you're eating and try to accomplish. Sure. One of the things I noticed watching you guys race the other day was just how frequently you would look at your watch, right? And I was like, I want to know what the data fields are on your whatever, I don't know if it's a garment or whatever watch you were wearing. Like, are you just looking at heart rate, pace, on the bike, watts? Is this also a reflection of your continuous glucose monitor? Like, what were the data points that you were most interested in staying on top of? For the run for me, it's comfort thing, I think. So I feel like I was running slower and slower. So just have the number of the pace. That was actually running my prescribed pace. That was so it's not OCD, but it's a comfort thing to get confirmation, okay, you're on track, you're on track, you're on track. And what else are you supposed to do out there? We're looking at a distance. It's just increasing towards the marathon. Yeah. So I looked also at the time just counting down, okay, now it's about 20 more minutes and I can do this. So just paste distance. Yeah, mostly for me and run. It's basically only pace.
"gustav " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Arm and pace. So yeah, it can be a bit annoying sometimes. Seeing his conversely Christian altitude doesn't really affect you, right? But then you also don't get that hemoglobin. Just from that. I do get a good stimulus, but I think it's more down to have such a big lung. So at threshold work, I can just I still have enough oxygen for the workload or just to keep the pace high. Yeah, so especially when we do bike intervals, then we start that, yeah, 3000 feet. And work our way up. And I feel so good in the start. Now it's a lot of oxygen, and I'm ready to push, low light date. And then we come like halfway off the mountain and I see Christian just increasing the power and I'm struggling more and more. So it can be a bit annoying to train me sometimes so it is lactate response, but yeah, I know it's the best for me, so it helps, but there are opposite because if we are writing down from the Nevada then it's tend to be like 25° to a significant one but then it's up and down. So I'm more feeling the heat is slowing me down and then the higher up it climb, like up to maybe 1700, 2000 meter, that's for like the fresh air is coming. So when he is starting to feel a lack of oxygen, then I'm more feeling the bones of having fresh cold air. So I can just accelerate. What's interesting about that is it's got to keep the training because you guys do all your training together fresh. Like you're very different, right? So it's not like if you were equally matched in your strengths and weaknesses, you guys might burn out like having to train with each other every single day, but understanding that you operate differently, you can still have that camaraderie because it's not like, I don't know, like you're not like racing each other every single day. No, no, no, no. So we like to win every single session, but to win a session is not that you go the fastest last 400 meters except if we have a race prep session and the point is to go as fast as it can in the last 400 meters. It's more that you want to hit the optimal numbers all the time you want to have the best execute on the best execution. So I think that's where we are excelling the most as well because we have a deeper understanding of what we are doing and why we're doing the session. And if you know why you're doing a session, you understand more the change you can do yourself. So if someone just tells you around ten times one K and you don't understand why you're doing it, you wouldn't just go out and do ten times one K but if you have an understanding of what pace you should be running at and what optimal execution is, then you can, for example, run progressive or the last bit even faster or, yeah, you can change that session according to what your daily need is. So I think that's where we are really, really good. Yeah. And what is the partnership with olav like does he say, here's what we're doing, and then you do it, or is it more a dialog where you're like, okay, here's how I'm feeling today, like, is there a discussion about it? Is there ever pushback when he says, I want you to do this? And you're like, no, I don't think I should be doing that today or sometimes. Just whatever he says you do. Yeah, so he can say we should do this. And then me and Christian will call me the suggestion, now we want this. And then he says why we shouldn't do it. And explains why we are wrong. Or but then you have to take the consequences of that. Yeah, so it's all about consequences. So we can say, yeah, we need to swim a bit harder. Because in the swim, maybe like in a bit, me and Christian both thinks that we need to change the same program a bit. And do a bit shorter and more intensity swim sessions in the pool. And I was like, yeah, you can do that. But here's the consequences. And we do a lot of discussion. And ula is great teacher. So we learn why we're wrong. But we also plan or he plans like probably 6 months in advance. But then also we change maybe and then you have the three weeks plan. Then you can also change like the last three or four days we always have a bigger picture, but we can also change very quickly the session is so if we within the next week, see that we are what we want to be in terms of Vietnamese. Then we are not just keeping up the program and trying to improve the Viet max just because that's a plan. But then we can change the focus and work on our limitation for the next phrase. Right. But since the plan so much in advance, we can come to training session. And we have no idea what we're doing. Like he had planned everything, he knows why we're doing it. He knows the details when he's planning it. But when we come to the training session, it's like, I can't remember why I wrote this, but it must be a reason behind it. We have done have to tell him the program. When he's at the pool day, then I'll get today, we have the 400s with 90 seconds rest. And then it takes like maybe one minute. He has to scan his whole brain. And then he comes up, he remembers why we're doing it. And then we can do the session. Got it. Or he can change it. Yeah. No, I'm not agree with myself. Two weeks ago. Let's change it. Yeah, two weeks ago, me was stupid. Let's change the 400 meters instead. Yeah. Christian, if you pull up the sleeve on your left arm, you can see the continuous glucose monitor that you have there. Do you wear one as well? I'm interested. So are you both with super sapiens on that? What have you learned from using that in terms of how you're managing glucose and how that impacts your daily nutrition and also race nutrition? Yeah, so for me, the biggest learning was that sometimes in especially after training, I could get really, really tired and borderline sick, and it usually happened twice every two camp. And then I noticed throughout the night before I got tired, I had basically low sugar levels through the whole night. And just trying to be more aware of the continuous eating and even if the rest they tried to stay on top of the nutrition and eat more. So does it impact the type of food that you eat? Not really. And I was surprised actually because you think that drinking Coke or sugary product that you would spike. But for me, I spiked the same if I eat bread or slow releasing carbohydrates and everything. So yeah, for me, it's only the mornings. I have like ing. It's saying spike in the morning, no matter what I eat. But I haven't checked. I haven't changed my breakfast or anything. I just see what the number gave me on, much the same. And I think the most important is like you're learning to really feel quickly off the sessions.
"gustav " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Let's talk about the particulars of the training and the data mining that you guys are doing. I mean, I think most people who are in the endurance world or who have participated in triathlon or Iron Man, kind of understand lactate testing, fundamentally, or zone training and periodization. But you guys have taken those traditional approaches and just elevated it to a whole new place. I think you're doing like lactate pricks like multiple times throughout every single session, doing multiple sessions a day, 7 days a week. What exactly dispel some of the mystique here? Walk me through what you're understanding. And I'll get deeper into it with Olaf, but from your perspective, as athletes, like, what are you doing when you're doing all this testing and how is that impacting your approach to training, recovery, and racing? Yeah, so it's not that we do lactate on every single session, but it's some periods really have more focus on it. And we do lactate both the calibrate your own feeling of the control. So it is, I think it's a lot of mystery of how we do the lactate testing and no one is really understanding it completely. And that even includes me. So we do yeah, I understand the numbers to understand how I'm feeling, but sometimes ula is saying something that doesn't really make sense to me. But then we do one more test and it's like, yeah, it was correct. So the lactate testing is so advanced that, yeah. And basically what it's doing, it's telling you where you're certain thresholds are, like, how much you're dipping into your glycogen stores, are you training your aerobic engine? Are you tipping into your anaerobic? Like, what are you learning about that that then impacts like the kind of sessions that you're doing? Well, it's quite complex. So the whole idea is just maximize so to have your engineers, you can really maximize your energy for distance you're racing. For example, when we have a preparing for a short distance race, then we want to have a different response for the energy where we're getting the energy from. And it's sometimes you do want to have a quick error like that production, for example, for a shorter distance of racing. And when you go into a longer distance, then you want to have the opposite. So it's really depends on where your metabolic profile is. Right. And you guys are very different athletes, right? And I'm sure you're training is very personalized to your specific, so in general, we trend opposite direction. So if we just train exactly the same, I would more and more explosive, but Christian would try and slightly different direction. And so we have to do some adjustment in training plan. So we do some small metabolic tests to see where we are at. Because we have like this period of really specialization into the race. So the last bit of preparation going into Kona, all I've said, yeah, you get we need to pay a bit more threshold training into this program now because your trend is not where we wanted to be. So we have to do slightly difference. So it's not that we're training like a different program, but it's more instead of the last ten minutes of treasure session. I might go longer, like twice the distance, but Christian might go harder, to balance out that different. You're more of like a top end guy. Christian, you have this huge anaerobic capacity, but that means that you have to learn how to back off, right? Because you can dip into that and go too deep to too soon. No, I think more opposite, like, I got that all wrong. Even though I look very muscular and strong, I do miss that top end power. So I really need to do those searches in training. Well, he naturally had a top end speed, and he can do that final case, super fast training. But that's going to be more costly for him than me for me. He'll need more recovery. Really sprinting that final case. So often how we do our session differently into a big race is that I can do more high intensity. And he has to be. I might do a long trash session instead. Right, right, right. And that's why I can raise back to back to back. A short distance races because the stimulus I'm getting from the race is almost just a positive stimulus for next weekend. Well, you will then be producing more and more left it. So I'm explosive beast towards the end. Right. So you have a higher you have a crazy VO2 max Gustav, right? Yeah. Above 9th out there, our peaks. But right now, I'm certain pretty low. So yeah, it costs a lot to have a high VA to max. And to do an Iron Man, you want to be as efficient as possible. So we're now basically at the lowest we have to max, I think, in a few years because of the general training we've been doing. So now it's a challenge to try to get it back up. To get it back up. And get it to the standard of the Olympic distance racing. And you, Christian, you're sure like Michael Phelps, like you don't produce lactate, right? They're annoying sometimes. I have to slow
"gustav " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Cooperation there until it sort of coming out of the energy lab. And then it's anybody's game. That wasn't really collaboration. That was going on. I went to the lead and had a lead for most of the run. But I didn't want to, there's one thing to lose because you're like a weaker performer. But if you lose because you choose a bad tactics and that you get done differently and then one, then it just beat yourself up because tactic is so easy to do something with. It just like a matter of choice. And if I had run up to energy lab in the front in the headwind, the whole way and Christian would take me like the last few case. I would be so, so mad. Sure. So I can turn you get in front of you. To make him go through the front as well. Just outside and downside by training so much together. Because I knew that he was coming in and great running shape. And if I wanted to have a chance to beat him, I couldn't share the work with him. I had to really play my card right and so every time we both tried to play our cards. And we were just that they didn't match up. And it's interesting because you know each other's cards. So there's no secrets, right? Yeah, but I was a bit uncertain because Sam laid low way up front. He still had like four minutes or three 40 after 20 K or something. And I knew that I had to run quite fast to catch him because it was no sign of him blowing up and I had my brother on course and he said, Sam is actually looking good. And no sign of him blowing. So yeah, I wanted to catch him, obviously, but also didn't want Christian to just sit behind and wait for a sprint. Right. So I made him go to the front. But every time he went to the front, he was running, not slow in the general slowness, but quite a bit slower than what I was running when I was to the front. So we've actually loosened a bit of time and he went to the front. And I thought that this guy is playing it so cool now. He is, yeah. Doing like this insane mantle game trying to get me to work the hallway, but I realized that soon we were fighting for a second place and none of us want that only. Second place that I have to have to make my move and go after it. Yeah, I mean, it was interesting seeing laid low up front for so long and the expectation being, of course, that he would blow up. He's a rookie, so young. It's just a matter of time. You guys are going to eat this guy alive at some point. And yet he continued to maintain that gap. Kilometer after kilometer, and even into the run, right? So at some point you realize like, we got to make a move probably earlier than we would have ordinarily because this guy might make it to the finish line, like it becomes a matter how much real estate you have left. So I know there was an interview with yu Gustav. There was some sort of smack talking between the two of you guys, Christian humor, like, well, I've been beating Gustav in training for the last two weeks, handily. This is going to be no problem. And you were saying, yeah, but you know, he doesn't know I'm holding back. Wait till the last 5 miles, but you made your move at I think with like 8 miles to go. Yeah, so my plan was always to really kick it after energy lab. We developed our new shoe together with on. And it's been a really, really cool project. And that's you. You got the plug in. The sponsor. I'm working off today to the point now. But the media training at you? It's made for it. I like the faster bits, like downhill, and tailwind. It's just perfect, but I was conditions. So out of energy lab was struggling a bit was going uphill. So we did struggle. Yeah, but the question also had a gap on me there. So it was just playing with me. Also, but I did lose. You guys haven't talked about this yet? Not too much. We're going for media. So this is the first time we have to lay it all down. So you get the you get the fresh conversation. Keep going. But yeah, he had a gap on me there. And I knew that he knew that he got a gap in me. And normally, when you have a gap, that is where you try to accelerate a bit to just break the rubber, but yeah, he didn't do it. So then I knew he was like kind of on the limit. So out of energy lab, I just accelerated and went for it. And when you made that acceleration, you knew you had to gap him with force, right? Rather than just sort of slowly pull them along. Like you had to just break the chain for Christianity for some for Christian to get that gap. And then to eat up time so that you were sure you were going to pass Sam in time before the finish line. Yeah, at that time I was more worried about Sam, actually, because he was still two minutes after way. And no sign of slowing down. But I ran out a period three minute case. And in the marathon, it was downhill.
"gustav " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Guys. I'm so excited to talk to you. How are you guys feeling? Right now, I'm extremely tired. My codes are not good. Yeah. But yeah, extremely happy. Combination of hang over and just lack of sleep and I asked you guys if you were able to sneak in a little partying after the race, but no, right? You had to get on a plane and get to LA. Yeah, so we went to the bank yet afterwards, but that's just more like in award ceremony. So no party. And yeah, it went straight to bed and came here. Came here, your bikes didn't make it. But I can't see how people can even stay awake. It was getting up like three 30 in the morning, and then racing the whole day. And then when the evening is coming, I'm just so so tired. Maybe they're saving themselves for after party. And that's why not winning. Maybe. That part is probably going on right now. I would imagine. Well, I'm delighted that you've carved out time in your busy schedule to sit down with me. It's just a treat and an honor to talk to you both on the wake of such an extraordinary race, but before we even get into any of that, I need to remind you that the most important thing is that merely a year ago at the Malibu triathlon, my relay took both of you guys out and really. That is what is important today. Do you remember that? Did you win over us? I don't think we want maybe. Did you guys win? I know it'd be Christian's team. Who is on your relay? It was me. And one of the actors from some dust and I can't remember the name. Maybe you guys, did you guys win the relay? I think we won. Right. Or at least we came on the podium. I think we got the second or third. I can't remember. And Mary Kane on my team. Okay. Just outside, just outside, yeah. Priorities, right? The Malibu triathlon celebrity. Listen, you guys, what you both have accomplished together separately is absolutely mind-blowing. Obviously the big story is Kona, the other day, a race in which all the barriers were broken, all the records were smashed. And mostly by rookies like of all the men in the top four, they were all rookies, right? Iron Man, Hawaii, rookies at least. And Gustav you broke the previous course record set by Jan for dino back in 2019, absolutely destroyed it. Christian, you were third, but you're coming off an Olympic victory, the fastest ever, Iron Man, ever recorded, the sub 7 project, I mean, between the two of you guys, there is no record that has been left untouched, and it's really an extraordinary feat. So here we are, days after Kona, and I guess I asked you how you're feeling, but have you had a moment to kind of reflect back on the race with some perspective on what this means and kind of what it's setting you up to do next? Just felt like I mean working from selfie to selfie and media, request the meter across. So I haven't really had a time to sit down with all of my coach and Christian to do a bit more analyzing and yeah, really see how we did. So yeah, I don't think I realized what I've done yet. Yeah, I think we have two different feelings about race was obviously both of us want to win and so I flew in here yesterday, like when I was sleeping through music, the only thing I was thinking about like, why didn't I win? And what could I have done differently? And so I've had a little bit of time to reflect, but it's just like in the back of the mind. Right. So obviously, unfinished business for you, Christian. And it's interesting because you guys grew up together. You've known each other forever. You do all your training together. There is this camaraderie, this friendship, but also a rivalry, and all eyes were on the both of you running together through the latter part of the marathon, who was going to break away. And when was that going to happen? And most of the spotlight has been on you, Christian, because of your past performances. Gustav, you hadn't yet had that opportunity to really kind of flex and shine. You missed that opportunity in saint George by being sick. So this was really your moment. Did you have the confidence going in that you could accomplish this? Are you surprised or how are you feeling about kind of emerging from, you know, I don't want to say shadow in a pejorative way. But you've always been sort of a little bit behind Christian in terms of attention and expectations, even though you won the 70.3 world championship and all the rest of the year accomplishments. Yeah, so I don't think I link my confidence to past performance that much, and especially not to media attention. So back in 2019, I looked at myself as a favorite to win the 71 three world championship, even though basically no one thought I could do it. So yeah, for sure, I thought I could win this race. As I said, me and Christian training together. And we know where the level is at. And I felt really strong and especially the run lately. So I knew I had a really good chance of being Christian and a race. And I knew if I was being Christian, the reigning world champion, then I think I would beat everyone else as well. Yeah. And this rivalry that you have. Are you still buddies? You guys cool with each other? You got to spend all this time together. I would say quite cool dynamic because in training, we try to build each other up as much as possible. And really get the best out of every training session. But on race day, it's the same up to a certain point where you are trying to work together. You also want to beat him, but you also want him to perform. So we had like a moment here on the way back from Harvey, when mongers have had the penalty. And we had Sam laid low upfront. Yeah. Even though we didn't believe he would be able to run. And then we were like, maybe both understanding now, okay now, it's actually just a race between you and me. Yeah. But then still, we can't let Sam get away, and we can't get the guys behind just to catch you up. So we still have to work together. So it's a really interesting dynamic. I have to say. Yeah. And there was a lot of teamwork on the bike and on the run. I mean, I noticed coming out of every 8 station and you would swap who would lead.
"gustav " Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Well, today we're in for a treat. We've got a couple Vikings in the house. The norseman taking over the world of triathlon with ferocity. Their names are Gustav Eden and Christian blumenthal and between these childhood friends and constant training companions hailing from Norway, there is no stone left unturned and no championship left on Concord. In an unprecedented period of just 9 months, Christian was crowned Olympic champion in Tokyo. He recorded the fastest Iron Man performance ever in his debut at the distance and cause a Mel. He became the first person to go under 7 hours at the one 40.6 distance in the 7 project clocking and astonishing assisted yes, but still astonishing 6 hours and 44 minutes. And he also walked away victorious at the 2021 Iron Man world championships in saint George, Utah. On the other hand, hot off an absolutely spectacular debut victory at the Ironman world championships in Kona on October 8th, just ten days ago, a race in which Christian placed third gustave Eden, who happens to be the 2021 70.3 world champion, has now definitively emerged from Christians formidable shadow, smashing the overall cone of course record with a blistering 7 hours, 40 minutes and 24 seconds, also rewriting the marathon course record with a two hour 36 minute and 15 second 26.2 along the way. Personally, I was absolutely glued to the Iron Man world championship live stream all day on October 8. It was a barn burner of a race in which Christian and Gustav raised in tandem until the very end. And it was an absolute thrill to host both of them in studio literally just two days after the epic race, the details of which we cover extensively in this conversation. We also discussed the nature of their unique training protocols, what a day in their lives looks like. The extreme science and data mining that underscores, there are training and racing protocols. As well as their advice for amateur athletes and more. In other words, how do they do it? Why are they so much better than everyone else? And what the heck is going on in Norway anyway? We'll get into all of that and more, but first. We are supported by roka. I personally would consider myself a connoisseur of eyewear. I've been wearing glasses every single day since I was four. But I'm also a lifelong athlete and let me tell you this as well. Prescription eyewear and athletic performance. These two worlds have existed in separate universes for about as long as I've been alive, creating, of course, a lifetime of frustration. And over time, I just learned to live with a choice either train, race, and play essentially blind or suffer the ridicule and consequences of wearing glasses, ill befitting exertion, constantly falling off, slipping down my face, and of course fogging up. Well, no more, thanks to roca, founded by my former Stanford swimming teammates, all roca prescription glasses and sunglasses are conceived and designed by athletes for athletes to be both stylish and of course performance oriented. How do they do it? Well, first, they're crazy light. Forget you're even wearing them light. Of course, the optics are as good as it gets. They're super durable. They're patented no stick nose and ear pads, ensure that they'll never slip off no matter what you
"gustav " Discussed on a16z
"Guys. This is it. So that's exactly what happened. Podcast was the number one company bet for two years. And everyone in the company knew it. And so what happens if you don't have that, you push that decision to managers and you create conflict in the work. The truth is Daniel can't have any idea in a company of thousands of people. What is going to class with what resources? Of course. The only thing I can do is when you class, this is the priority. I love that as a management thing. It's so simple. Everyone thing is complicated. It's actually very simple. It's a discussion is hard. Actually prioritizing is very hard. Okay, so we started with talking about where podcasting has been. We've gone through what's shifted the parallels and differences between video, music. We've talked about the trend of interactivity and augmenting audio in different ways. We've talked about recommendations and hearing like an algorithm, even an editor. What do you guys think is sort of the future of a lot of these, where do you think the future is kind of going? My guess is that if we use the cheat sheet of other media, I think audio is going to increase on the creator side, just like the other mediums. I think it's going to increase numbers of creators. The market for audio is bigger than I think people realize or as Connie said earlier too. We're still in the very early innings. So my obsession is this two word phrase that I use all the time of world building. And to me, one of the missed opportunities and audio for a long time and Gustav, you painted this range from gaming models all the way to music models to different things. I actually think we're starting to increasingly see more game like behavior in audio. And I'm so excited for that kind of world building, but it's a very different kind of world building because audio has an immersiveness that's very different than the visual based worldbuilding of other worlds. And so I'm super excited for what we can do. I mean, I already think about our expanding podcast network as a form of world building. And when you mentioned Spotify shows, that to me is another former worldbuilding because you're essentially bridging different worlds and creating new experiences. And so to me, that's actually the thing that I'm most excited about. So I think that's a great way to think about it. And you look at the music world, the podcast world, and now you can think of this new world where you can mix them and then you can have other worlds. The thing that I think is going to happen is you look at something like audio and it's so easy to create. It's even easier to create them video. So as we both make it even easier and lower the friction for everyone, we let creators make more money and we add these new formats, what I'm hoping is that that market is going to grow as well. Just like we've seen the market for creators growing in other media. I think audio will be further optimized in the sense that you can almost peel apart the different nuggets of a podcast. You can take certain segments now. You can take the commentary around it now, and you're going to be able to do new things when you break apart a song when you break apart a podcast. And you can see what that will unlock. TikTok is breaking apart a song and kind of getting to a specific 5 ten second slice of it, right? Sniff it. And then this idea of now taking something that used to be one piece of content and chunking it down to different things. Now gives you new building blocks to build new kinds of shows, new kinds of interactions, which means things will get much more participatory. More people can become creators, more people can probably become listeners, more listeners will find each other, listeners will become stronger fans of their creators. So I think there's a very hopeful, very optimistic future where now technology actually can help everyone win. That's fantastic. I love that. Gustav Connie, thank you so much, you guys. Thank you for joining the a 6 and Z podcast. This was super fun. Super thank you. I wish we could all talk for hours. Take care everyone. Bye. I should put in a plug so much. The China song show, Connie. It's gonna be a huge bye guys. Have a really good day or evening for you. Take care of everybody. Thank you. We hope you enjoyed this episode of the a 16 Z podcast. If you'd like to learn more about all things tech innovation and how to build the next generation of companies, be sure to visit future dot com, where you'll find essays, explainers, and more. From those on the front lines of the future. You can also sign up for our newsletter, which creates the best of what's published on future and beyond. Just go to future dot com slash newsletter. Thanks again for listening.
Prof. James Lindsay Describes the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory
"This before, but I have to do it again for the record across all of the stations, the 300 stations we broadcast to the millions of listers and viewers because it really, to this day I find it shocking James that you really, and I did this in my second book. You can really map the thinkers of the new left. You can map the individuals who came up with these dastardly ideas. They have names. They have schools. They have institutions that they penetrated. So let's start with the basics. Who peopled the Frankfurt school and what did they believe in? So give us some of the big names and what they thought of western civilization. Okay, so the Frankfurt school for the listeners who don't know is that the institute for social research that was set up at guard to university in Frankfurt, Germany. That's why it's called the Frankfurt school. Its original name was the institute for Marxism, but its financiers like Felix veal thought that that was a little bit too on the nose. And so they changed the name to the institute for social research. The kind of big players at the time would have included in the formative years before it actually came together. And he went to prison. Antonio gramsci, the Italian Marxist who basically outlined the idea of the long march to the institutions as it later got named, but he was only kind of tangential. The other big names that have been Gustav von schmoller, for example, and George Lucas laying the architecture, working with max horkheimer, who became one of the most significant directors in the late 1920s through the 1940s, Theodor adorno, Herbert marcuse, these are major influential names and figures in 20th century Marxism. And their goal was to reinvent Marxism to take over the western context rather than peasant societies like Russia and China. Because and correct me if I'm getting this wrong, but people like gramsci and others saw this success of Marxist ideology in very backward third world nations very agrarian post feudalistic ones like China in 48 and saris thrasher in 17, but they saw an incapacity of Marx's amox marxian ideas to gain traction in well developed a first world nations with a strong judeo Christian basis. So their idea was, there isn't going to be a class consciousness suddenly erupting in a revolution, therefore we have to subvert existing institutions from the outside. Is
Panthers' win streak reaches 10 games with 6-1 rout of Wings
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East-leading Panthers beat Jets 6-1, win streak at 9 games
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"gustav " Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"I'm Gustav Ariana. You're listening to the times. Daily news from the LA times. It's Monday, April 11th, 2022. Today, what we breathe when we're on a plane. An LA times investigation found that jet engine oil can leak into the air supply of passenger planes creating a toxic cocktail that can lead to health problems. It happens with an alarming frequency across all airlines. And that's despite the airline industry and its regulators saying otherwise. It's an investigation.
Florida Panthers win 7th straight, beating Predators 4-1
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Panthers overcome 4-goal deficit for 7-6 OT win over Devils
"The the Panthers Panthers stormed stormed back back from from a a four four goal goal third third period period deficit deficit to to beat beat the the devil devil seven seven to to six six in in overtime overtime Gustav Gustav Forsling Forsling scored scored twice twice including including the the game game ender ender one one forty forty five five into into overtime overtime to to make make Florida Florida the the first first Eastern Eastern Conference Conference team team to to reach reach one one hundred hundred points points Alexander Alexander Barkov Barkov also also had had two two goals goals for for the the cats cats who who trailed trailed six six two two with with under under fourteen fourteen and and a a half half minutes minutes remaining remaining obviously obviously we we gotta gotta clean clean up up a a lot lot a a lot lot of of things things it it wasn't wasn't like like this this is is the the third third grade grade was was in in our our thank thank you you game game at at all all Barkov Barkov scored scored twice twice for for the the extra extra attacker attacker including including the the tying tying tally tally with with one one twenty twenty four four left left in in regulation regulation the the devils devils lost lost for for the the eighth eighth time time in in eleven eleven games games despite despite a a hattrick hattrick by by a a gore gore shared shared goals goals which which I'm I'm the the ferry ferry
Bennett scores in OT, Panthers come back to beat Sharks 5-4
"Sam Sam Sam Sam Bennett Bennett Bennett Bennett school school school school sixty sixty sixty sixty eight eight eight eight seconds seconds seconds seconds into into into into overtime overtime overtime overtime sent sent sent sent the the the the Panthers Panthers Panthers Panthers to to to to their their their their ninth ninth ninth ninth straight straight straight straight home home home home win win win win five five five five four four four four over over over over the the the the sharks sharks sharks sharks San San San San Jose Jose Jose Jose lead lead lead lead for for for for two two two two in in in in the the the the third third third third period period period period before before before before Mason Mason Mason Mason Marchment Marchment Marchment Marchment and and and and Jonathan Jonathan Jonathan Jonathan Huberdeau Huberdeau Huberdeau Huberdeau scored scored scored scored to to to to extend extend extend extend the the the the game game game game who who who who will will will will also also also also had had had had two two two two assists assists assists assists for for for for Florida Florida Florida Florida which which which which is is is is one one one one eight eight eight eight of of of of its its its its last last last last ten ten ten ten overall overall overall overall and and and and leads leads leads leads the the the the NHL NHL NHL NHL with with with with sixty sixty sixty sixty seven seven seven seven points points points points I I I I miss miss miss miss your your your your dog dog dog dog but but but but there there there there I I I I think think think think you you you you know know know know if if if if you you you you would would would would like like like like to to to to to to to to get get get get the the the the lead lead lead lead but but but but Philly Philly Philly Philly we're we're we're we're doing doing doing doing a a a a lot lot lot lot of of of of come come come come backs backs backs backs at at at at home home home home in in in in the the the the crowd crowd crowd crowd and and and and I I I I was was was was just just just just amazing amazing amazing amazing and and and and got got got got us us us us going going going going Gustav Gustav Gustav Gustav Forsling Forsling Forsling Forsling added added added added a a a a goal goal goal goal and and and and an an an an assist assist assist assist for for for for the the the the Panthers Panthers Panthers Panthers Alexander Alexander Alexander Alexander Barkov Barkov Barkov Barkov also also also also scored scored scored scored and and and and Sergei Sergei Sergei Sergei Bobrovsky Bobrovsky Bobrovsky Bobrovsky stopped stopped stopped stopped thirty thirty thirty thirty shots shots shots shots Jonathan Jonathan Jonathan Jonathan Dahlen Dahlen Dahlen Dahlen had had had had two two two two power power power power play play play play goals goals goals goals and and and and James James James James Reimer Reimer Reimer Reimer stopped stopped stopped stopped forty forty forty forty four four four four shots shots shots shots for for for for the the the the sharks sharks sharks sharks I'm I'm I'm I'm the the the the ferry ferry ferry ferry
Ovechkin scores 742nd in Capitals' 4-3 win over Blue Jackets
"Conor Sheary scored with one twenty two remaining to give the capitals of four three win at Columbus Alex eventually netted his twelfth goal of the season and seven hundred forty second of his career moving him ahead of Brad hall for fourth on the all time list I would say it's instance allows when you start playing hockey and you can turn to the north of like you going to be in that position and with those names but you know it's a special moment garnet Hathaway first two goals in the first seven and a half minutes of the second period but Columbus quickly tied the game on goals by shark rallying Gustav Nyquist twenty two seconds apart rally had two goals for the blue jackets I'm the ferry
Trea Turner slam, solo HR; Kershaw hurt, Dodgers beat Brews
"Tracy Turner homered twice including a grand slam and the Dodgers came from behind to beat the brewers eight to six LA had trailed five one until Turner's fifth inning slam maybe five to five Matt Bailey broke the tie with a pinch hit Homer in the seventh Clayton Kershaw let up three runs before leaving in the second inning with an injury to his pitching arm Blake Treinen wanted in relief young del Gustav a took the loss Kenley Jansen got the save the Dodgers remain alive in the NL west race trailing the giants by two games with two to play mark Myers Los Angeles
"gustav " Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"But that's just there because they don't want to get into trouble but people are just walking in and walking out any direction you are. You're in an offshore breeze. Yeah matter i'm outdoors and she's indoors and we have this sheet of lexi between us so sort of like buying a ticket movie theater and she's like you gotta get your mask on and i go. I don't i don't have my mass wet. Can we change this thing. And she goes. I can sell your mask racket. I should How much. Because i my daughter makes these at camp. I have been a camps. there's been two camps. There's been you forgot your mask and the person at the restaurant. who's doing the seating. The greeting pulse went out hands. You every single place have been has orders. Math order you to wear them has the mass to give you. God forbid you should not or they don't and then you just go pull your shirt up and go sit down and then you can drop it off. Because it's all science after all and she goes. I'll sell it to you. How much a dollar fifty fifty cents house route. Yeah that seems like a little bit of gouging. Because i feel this paper mask. They don't set them back that much. So i said Okay i want to get this ticket thing done but it feels weird to me that i'm buying first thing i'd do is buy mask from you when i'm outdoors and you're sitting in your habit trail and she was crabby and bitchy. This by the way is what happens when people finally get their juice like this person that gets thirteen bucks an hour. Nobody ever listens to her. She was not the bell of anyone's ball. But in this particular exchange tweens. You've got all the hand and bath the hand in the mask. So she's crowing at me to get a maso. I then just look around. And i see a mask on the pavement. Oh hell yes so. I picked up someone's discarded mask with maybe discarded. Maybe fell out of their pocket. I don't maybe they sneeze dropped. They sneeze so hard it blow off. But either way i just go. Hey there's a mass. So i picked up the mask i strap it on haphazardly. Of course i'm not gonna give the satisfaction of pulling it up correctly. Her and then i go then she goes. I go all right now. I do this ticket and she goes. Yeah so then. I said wait a minute. I should push the envelope a little here. So i said what happens if i want a sip on my water. 'cause now i'd have to pull the mass down and she gets. You can't do it. You can't have any water now. That's probably not public. That's probably not their policy at that point. I think i'd gotten to a no-man's-land. Yeah with two women on the earth that hate you. It's the flight attendant and this woman. I don't know if i'd like to think there's more than that. So i'll malays circle back circle back to my mom came over for a visit and had seen the grandkids in quite some time and We were sitting there talking about muffins and nothing zero and nothing and at some point i went i had to. I had to Gustav kids like sunny. Come out and say hi the pretend like Like you have some sort of relationship here for five minutes and then you can get on with your life. He's pretty dutiful so he came on and said hi and this is this is the interesting part. Now we've gone down. My mom is successfully been around long enough to discourage the next generation sure of corollas in whatever whatever their endeavors were so she said what is up. Do these days and then run to trap. Sunny proudly announced. I'm doing podcast. And she said. I don't know anything about podcasts. And then we change the subject point. Is this lots of thoughts. One is her son has been making a living doing podcasting for coming up on thirteen years. Now so you could know something about podcasts. Then as i posed this hyper almost synonymous i said. There's still dr drew. Who i all i do is wait for my mom. I see your tail lights going down. The driveway called juridical. Oh this a good is a good one because drew loves drew. Loves the emotional. Talk the medical talk 'til because My mom has parkinson's and the question was is What's going on with the parkinson's because my dad has a dusting parkinson's my mom has some parkinson's but you know when you get to eight ninety years old and shit happened. She said don't worry it's not hereditary. I said Okay good she said. I well then what what causes. She said toxins and i thought. Oh good who's gonna love the time having. He loves the talks and talks with my mind. Well the reason it now now you say why is it. Seem hereditary okay. Why does seem because the same families grow up in the same right paxton sales environment. So i had the house with the lead pain. And we didn't have a microwave. Could've but the tv set you know raid arrays. Come from the tv set. Whatever whatever it is sending me how many more talk cameras come. Tv's wral my point. Is this far. it's caused by toxic. Wow so think of that. He always gets a good laugh out of toxins because he loves toxins because toxins today at all. It's not only that it's it's everything that he hates about lay people. Which is your average. Forty one year old chick coups during the goat yoga and who gets a massage but has to hydrate because the toxins are being released from her body knows way more about toxins than dr drew does. That's that's the fact. That's the beauty of it and it sort of. It's a metaphor for why he doesn't wanna be a doctor because he has to argue with people about toxins that don't exist but anyway right so i called drew and i was explaining him. That sunny got frag by my mom's. I don't know what this thing is either. And then i so. I said this to dr drew. I said percentage what percentage of moms.
"gustav " Discussed on ProductivityCast
"Fact of going to the groceries to walk the different aisles. It's relaxing enough. That is not worth it to do. Any of any of those retirement so when we get this example and we move it dadis depart of convenience disservice vic convenient of course can that convenience lead for productivity has ray was saying. Hey you need can. The iphone did a recording. Yes can the iphone new recording. If you need to carry lights and two microphones handle that. I don't know it's worth it. I don't know you see. I mean using the from maine machine for consi- but one came out is the perfect machine. No it's the perfect machine for what i do right now. Get dot can change tomorrow. And i think that's the important distinction to what that complement. What artois sane. Dad target between convenience and productivity is not a fixed target right now. Are you saying that. He's carrying this tool in his spoke at because the different tools allow him to solve a set of problems during today. And that's mark that convenience instead of needed to go to the toolbox every time he needs to fix one of those things that make him more productive but he's not changed because now he's starting to fly everywhere. Okay that means he cannot carry the tool because he kinda past the security. well now that's not contain. Okay i'm not going to fly. And i'm going to drive. Everywhere we need to go may not so i can carry. My tool may not be productive convenient so that one important thing is discussion is to understand where that target move. And where are you in the move of art. I think that companies advertise productivity tool sorry convenience tools as productivity tools. And we have to be the wants to discern the difference because even over time those differences. Change so i have a smartphone that is is limited in its capability doesn't have a whole lot of storage space. And all these. All these apps wanted us an amana android. Wanna use your device and not s. d. card. So they wanna store everything on the device so had to swap some inam swab some out at the time that i put the one in thought. Oh yeah this is. This should add my productivity or convenience and then something better came along. And then i'd have to sit and think okay if i keep this app and i have to get rid of something. What's the one that i can give up. That isn't really adding to make convenience. Sorry productivity is just the convenience at the sit on actually think it through. Because i can't have it all now. If you gave me a smart back a smartphone with more memory. I wouldn't discriminate. I would just add everything in but is that real productivity just because you can have every app under the sun on your smartphone because you have so much memory does that make you more productivity or does it. Are you just adding rather than choosing choosing in the sense that you're seeing. Here's the minimal number of apps. I need to be productive here capabilities. Any the carry them at all. And i figured it out. I've thought it through. It may change over time. It probably will change. Gustav said it's not the same from person to person. But i need to think it through. I think the thinking it through is what we're doing part of why i wrote. Original article and argued was that there was an argument. Was that people. Were telling me an goes out. I bring my point open. And say oh look but i can.
The History of the Electric Car
"It or not. The electric automobile is almost two hundred years old in eighteen. Twenty eight hungarian priest by the name of unused djedovic created a simple electric motor and may have created a device that converted it into motion in eighteen. Thirty two scottish inventor robert anderson created a very simple vehicle which is basically a carriage a non rechargeable electric battery into crude electric motor. It didn't go very far and it didn't go very fast. But it was a self-propelled electric vehicle. Electric vehicles were mostly novelties. And weren't something that could find practical use. There was no centralized electrical generation at the time. And there were. No wires transmitting electricity. And moreover every time you use the car you had to get a brand new battery. It isn't believed that any of these very early vehicles actually ever carried a passenger. Many people in the mid nineteenth century created electric devices which moved including prototype electric trains however the fundamental problem that electric vehicles run into for poor batteries and very inefficient motors. The first big development came in eighteen fifty nine by french physicist guest on plenty who invented the acid lead battery. This was a breakthrough in that. The battery can be recharged over and over. Even though there had been improvements over the years this is still basically the same type of battery found in most cars today in eighteen. Eighty one french inventor gustav trevi created the first thing that we would probably recognize as an automobile. It was an electrically driven vehicle. That could carry a pasture down a public street trevi. Interestingly enough also applied electric motor to a boat thus creating the world's first outboard motor in eighteen eighty two englishman. Thomas parker produced a commercial electric vehicle. It wasn't until eighteen. Five that german engineer karl benz invented the first internal combustion engine automobile and the name benz should ring a bell to anyone who's remotely familiar with cars.
"gustav " Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Sorry auto like will eisner pieces. Kim jong g. and getting into all of that at and started using this as a way of teaching myself which i have like i. I didn't go to art school. But i have a lot of arts background. And when i was learning to paint i was copying paintings from great master. And when i was learning to draw i was copying rembrandt's etchings or whatever and i kind of got myself to do. The same thing with caper cutting. But i didn't have enough of the background knowledge to know about paper. Cutters came before me. So i was just looking at like these graphic novel illustrations being. Okay what can i do. And i think a huge turning point for me in that was that i came across an etching by gustav d'auray based on dante's inferno so other first piece that i was like okay. I love this image. I don't know if i can cut this. But i'm going to try to lick my huge 'push and i spent months working on this and it's funny now because it would take a couple of weeks but i spent months working on it and i was like i just want to get my lines as tight as i can. I want to make sure there's no fuzzy pulls in the corners. I want to be absolutely perfect. I don't know how it didn't end up in the recycling bin. Because i got so frustrated with it but i'm finished it and i was really proud of it. I like. it was the first piece that i decided i was like. I'm going to shell out the big box. I'm gonna take this to go get custom framed. Because i think i did a really great job. I'm really excited about this. And i took it into a blackened philly guy where the frame shop justin cpa and he likes thought. And he's like. Did you do this so you made it questioning man..
Brewers’ Gustave, Cousins Positive for COVID-19
"Right handed pitcher Jake Cousins, the reliever placed on the injured list with Covid 19 symptoms also right handed pitcher Gondola Gustav placed on the injured list. He was in close contact with Jake
"gustav " Discussed on Anything But Idle
"Can do meeting. I'm meeting well time. Well established with an appropriate agenda. It's really useful. The problem is not if we need. Meetings are not is how much your team knows how to make meeting when you going to a meeting and k to make decisions but what you do is discuss. That is a waste of time. Different is it. You say we're going to have a brain start meeting great but what happened. In my opinion experience is most people don know how to set a meeting so the meetings are said. Assist thinking time instead of us doing time. That's that i read the article. I don't. I don't know if i can agree with having no meetings as much as they drive me crazy. I think especially in the remote world that we are leaving and we are continuing to leave more and more. I think what we need is to teach the team to make better meet. Go art i was. I was just gonna say reading through the article. I mean this idea of the no meetings. I think the devil's in the details on the talk about meetings. Because i don't know that they necessarily qualify as collaborative work sessions as a meeting That's the feeling i'm getting from this. It's not like they don't have everybody or groups of people talking to each other at the same time i that's operating within their environment. Apparently but the concept of like a status meeting or something like that is eliminated their structure. Personally i think that's a fantastic thing. I love that it's great. 'cause the tools are out there and there's no reason to have that conglomerate had waste of time that these turn into but that said there are opportunities where working together in a real time session can be extremely useful but like gustav said the majority of the time. That's not what we're doing. That's not the process and especially in a remote environment and soapbox here for a second We keep talking about this remote environment..
Lomberg Scores in OT to Lift Panthers Past Lightning, 6-5
"Ryan Lomborg scored the game winner six minutes into overtime and the Florida Panthers defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning six five in a nail biter Thursday night Sam Bennett opened the scoring early for the Panthers Radko Gudas added a second tally giving Florida a two nothing lead going into the second Anthony's rally Ross Colton and Steven Stamkos answered for the lightning Florida's Alex Wennberg in Tampa bay's Brayden point traded power play goals and Alex killorn made five three lightning heading into the third Patrick Cormack Weston Gustav Forsling even the scored five to force overtime Baltimore's account Tampa
Barkov, Driedger lead Panthers to 3-0 win over Blue Jackets
"Chris Chris trigger trigger posted posted his his third third career career shutout shutout and and the the Panthers Panthers picked picked up up their their sixth sixth straight straight win win by by downing downing the the blue blue jackets jackets three three nothing nothing you you know know what what I I think think it it wasn't wasn't as as much much he he is is a a team team effort effort we we were were incredible incredible that's that's what what we we call call first first you you could could really really lock lock things things down down I I don't don't really really see see a a whole whole lot lot older older file file bush bush Alexander Alexander Barkov Barkov had had a a goal goal and and an an assist assist to to back back readers readers thirty thirty Tuesday Tuesday performance performance frankly frankly trying trying to to Gustav Gustav Forsling Forsling also also scored scored and and mackenzie mackenzie weaker weaker had had two two assists assists for for Florida Florida Joonas Joonas Korpisalo Korpisalo also also had had thirty thirty two two saves saves for for Columbus Columbus the the outcome outcome puts puts the the Panthers Panthers atop atop the the central central division division by by one one point point over over the the hurricanes hurricanes with with the the lightning lightning two two points points back back on on the the ferry ferry
Tyler Johnson breaks tie, Lightning beat Panthers 5-3
"Tyler Johnson broke a tie on a power play midway through the third period helping the lightning beat the Panthers five three Yanni Gordon Brayden point each had a goal and an assist as Tampa Bay opened a four point lead over Florida in the central division Alex killorn and nephew Joseph also scored Curtis mackel Haney stopped twenty nine shots to improve to three three and one just trying to make that big save at a key time you know I've been pretty fortunate to watch the other guy doing on countless occasions and he's always there to pick the team so you know it's nice to be able to do the same tonight but that's kind of what's the mandate from the steam and every now and I need a big save keep in that game Gustav Forsling Patrick corn question carver Hagee scored for Florida which lost in regulation for just the third time in fourteen road games I'm Dave Ferrie
Lady Gaga's dogs returned to Los Angeles police station unharmed
"Angeles police say a woman brought Lady gaga as dogs Koji and Gustav to a community Police station and they were unharmed. The dogs were stolen by thieves who shot and wounded the dog, Walker, this singer so upset and determined to get her dog's back. She offered a half million dollar reward for their safe return. The cops say the woman who returned the dogs appears to be uninvolved with the shooting and theft. No word yet on what's to become of that reward, Fox says. Jail NATO the dog Walker, who was hailed a hero by Lady Gaga on Instagram is out of intensive care and expected to make a full recovery. The dog nappers from Maine at large. I'm Camp Russo and this is Fox
Lady Gaga's dog walker shot as 2 of her dogs were stolen
"A $500,000 reward for the return of her two French Bulldogs stolen at gunpoint from our dog Walker on Wednesday in Los Angeles. She's asking for tips with No questions asked Koji and Gustav the names of the two dogs that were stolen. A third dog escaped and has been recovered. Police say Lady Gaga is dog, Walker was shot by one of the two men who jumped out of a sedan to take the dogs. The Dog, Walker is expected to survive. More
Lady Gaga's dog walker shot as 2 of her dogs were stolen
"And lastly, don and I were talking about this one lady gaga as dogs were targeted by thieves Wednesday night. The thieves shot her dog Walker and stole two of her French Bulldogs and law enforcement. Tell TMZ that Lady Gaga is offering up to $500,000 for the return of her dogs. No questions asked. She even provided an email Koji and Gustav at gmail dot com. They don't know is she If they knew that the Bulldogs were hers, right? Yeah, but French Bulldogs, I guess are very valuable right now because they're in high demand, and they're expensive. So there was one other dogs. She there was three dogs and that that one is recovered. Yes, She's not even in the country. Yes, She's in Paris. I believe filling a movie or something. You're doing something like that, and And the dog. Walker is in the hospital, and they expect her to recover. But, yes, she was shot, Unfortunately, which is just crazy. So if she's hopefully recover,
GameStop and the Short Squeeze
"Okay stacey so when you imagine that we are squirrels okay okay. An through the fall you being very responsible squirrel have been squirreling away loads of nuts for the winter. Okay all right now. I have to but i've also been keeping an eye on the weather and i'm pretty convinced that there's gonna be a nut surplus this winter and there's gonna be a lot of nuts on the market this would be the squirrel nut market precisely. Okay okay not all the other. Squirrels are responsible as you and me a lot of them. Leave it to the last minute to stock up and you end up with these shortages and consequently these very long lines at the nut highs. I think we're definitely already there. I think there are long lines at the house batting bludger with me like i say i think there's going to be a surplus of nuts this year right for whatever reason and that means i think prices are going to fall and i want to bet on that price movement which means that i won't to short the market so you're going to bet against the market for nuts as a squirrel that is exactly right. That literally sounds nets me all right so right now mixed fancy unsalted nuts. Ten bucks can't squirrels. Net of choice. Fancy unsalted nuts. Okay and i think the price of the of that collection of nuts is going to go lower and so to set up my short. The first thing that i do is go to someone who's got a load of nuts and is willing to lend me a pint or two and that person is you okay so now you are wanting to borrow my nuts that i saved. That's right and as a little fee to sweetened things. I'll give you an acorn all right okay. I'm in. I'm in so let's start with a one point bag just to see. Okay all right all right all right now. I take that point of nuts and i go to the market and sell it for ten dollars right which leaves me with a nice crisp ten dollar note and then we wait for a day or two and we wait look at that. The prices fallen Not sir eight dollars a pint okay. So you sold a pound of nuts for ten bucks and now they're worth eight bucks. That's right so i'm going to buy them back at that rate right but by them for eight dollars and of course it means i get some change from my ten dollar note. Yes you're two dollars in the black. That's exactly right so now. I've got that pint of knots which i returned to you as promised excellence and i've got two dollars of my own which i get to keep okay. So that is a successful short. That is a successful short. Okay that is great but what happens if the price goes in the other direction. Let's say you are wrong about the value of nuts this winter. Maybe there's a supply shortage price of nuts goes through the roof and suddenly like let's say all of a sudden it's like twelve dollars a pound of nuts if gustav twelve dollars out of luck right because i have to. I've got to get those nuts back to give them back to you. So i'm going to dig in my own pockets for those two dollars to make twelve dollars to get your nuts back and that means i'm going to take a two dollar loss at the whim of supply and demand except the sometimes it's not the law of supply and demand that drives the market. I mean take. This company game celebrate. This is a company that has a bunch of brick and mortar stores that sells video and computer games. It's like it's been it's under a lot of pressure like a lot of other retailers are right now which is probably why you know. Analysts have been a little skeptical about the price of its stock. Exactly supply and demand was not what drove that price up. What happened was he had a bunch of people who got together in chatrooms and these are like a lot of the day. Traders now the traditional short-selling squirrels but like another group. No or even the regular trading. So we don't know who these people are. They hang out and chat rooms and they call themselves. Things spelt pants and proto molecular. I mean we don't know who they are they could be chipmunks so basically there is sort of the traders and you can kind of rely on what they're doing and why they're trying to anticipate the prices of stocks and other things going down and then you have this other group and we're not sure who they are or what they want. Well i think a lot of them wanna make money right. And i think a lot of them. Want to put the screws to shortsellers. They just hate shortsellers. They hate and shortsellers have been betting for some time. That game stop. Stock will drop. But there's also kind of a populist thing happening here with a lot of these traitors judging by the reddit threads that they just wanna poke in middle finger at wall street. They're not the first. They're not the first and then of course all these other people who are just trading for kicks right. I mean they see the price of the stocks go up and in many cases they wanna be part of that and some of them even want to buy it the high take they want those bragging rights and what they do is to start this kind of frenzy. They spread rumors in these chatrooms. They get all fired up. And then they wait till the stock pumps and then they're also chasing it upwards and onwards and upwards which brings us to the short squeeze yes the short squeeze. What is the short squeeze. Yeah you see so when the price surges like this it means for shortsellers like me because we remember have to buy back the stalker nuts or whatever it is that we've sold in order to return them to the people who lead them to us to you me right so when we start to see prices going up and up and up frankly we start to panic right because you are going further and further into the red exactly right. Nah we're all rushing into the market to buy stock around not so whatever before the price gets too high and wipes a site and we're all doing it at the same time. Which of course drives the price even higher. All these people buying your literally being squeezed. You are literally being squeezed. I mean imagine this like a hole in a trunk and you call one hundred short-selling squirrels rushing to get through the whole stale at the same time. While the whole is getting smaller bloodbath.
"gustav " Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"S. Is expecting to distribute 40 million doses of covert 19 vaccine by the end of the year. Operation Warp Speed. General Gustav Purna said states can expect the first shipment as early as December, 12 However, most Americans won't get the vaccine until around April of next year. The Dow on the news moved into uncharted territory closing at just over 30,000 never been broken That number that's a sacred number 30,000. Nobody thought that ever see it. President Trump Calling a press conference on that news, Trump claimed it's the 48th time that his administration has broken stock market records. The technology firm Multimedia Care is aiming to make screening for covert 19 easier through a new tool that offer's off. Full body scan. You're standing in front of a thermo graphic camera that verifies your temperature and the presence of a mass. Executive director Seth of Rubinstein says the station could be placed outside of a place of business or school to screen people before they enter the not so good news positive test rates in places like California. Well, they're up California, seeing a 51% increase over the last two weeks. Jack Cronin with the story. Dr. Mark Gallery, the state secretary of Health and Human services, says hospitalizations were up. 81% ICU admissions up 57% of the last two weeks we've had in two weeks 51% increase and test positivity. It's 1.5 times greater than it was just two weeks ago. California's not alone, several states seeing big coronavirus Spike's going into the holiday so much so Pennsylvania. Yeah, is placing a ban on alcohol. All bars and restaurants and Pennsylvania have in order to stop selling booze at 5 P.m. tomorrow, Governor Tom Wolfe says. It's the biggest day for drinking and gathering and bars. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio car radio. Here are the top Keith urban songs You've thumbed up. Number three never coming down. Goodbye. It was so good to see your son. Never Number one way Were you thinking we wouldn't last I was here first.