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The Incredible Amavi Collection Featuring Chris Cook
"Chris thank you so much for sitting down with us today to talk about this incredible collection. A LITTLE PROBLEM. Happy to do so. My first question is what is a part of this. A mob collection. What comes in the collection so our Fathers Day. Mavi collection comes with no three really unique products so we have versus. Burma the lobby touch All Hillier with Net back second is used bath bar so unlike previous years. You're doing a whole that bar with the Amami used inside and then the third part is a dot kit so toiletry bag but the thing about this bag is it's one hundred percent recycled t. from US water bottles. Wow so excited to be bringing something by mentally conscious. Tr Father's day line. Ah that sounds so amazing and having that you know recyclable that you're being back good for the environment but great for everyone who gets to how one as well so my next question would be. What was your thought behind the development of the Ahmadi Blend? Where did this come from? So the the origins of the Amami blend really were to have an opportunity for men to take part in Central L. experiences. Well I think sometimes we feel like it's a very much a woman oriented you know experience but men are also welcome in more than welcome to be included in using essential oils on from many different reasons. And so what we wanted to do was really create a blend that could really tie into men's usage so it has a lot of really cool earthy woody aromas part of it that really created this wonderful experience for the men in your life absolutely and it is such a beautiful combination of those earthy. Woody smells. It's just warm and wonderful. I love it personally. Yeah so why? Was it important for To bring this collection. That is more geared toward men like I was saying having everybody included in essential oils is amazing part of your personal life and you know even your business is to be able to target. Everybody needs natural health in their life and this one specifically is helping men feel more grounded in their lives. All of these would blend would essential oils. That bring this calm to your your personal lifestyle and having an opportunity to celebrate them in in our life is also a huge part of what we do here dough tear. We want everybody to feel loved and included in. This is a great way for us to do that within essential oil So you've mentioned those incredible oils that are inside a couple times. Can You let us know? Exactly what those are. Yeah what I love about the lobby blend. Is it off it features to woods would oils that we don't always use all the time so he know key doesn't come all the but we have. No kin are mommy blend and Buddha would and as well as Balsam fir black pepper the chewy when they come together to create this really fortifying Glenn we know it's fortifying blend in really. Do feel confident. Whenever you had on your body or your enhancing for that aromatic affect it really does create this whole change in your your attitude in person Easing these unique blend. And I love that. You brought up those two oils. That people don't really get a see very often for anyone that was able to get the when it was the product of the month earlier this month. It is such an incredible smell and have it as part of this blend. I'm sure is just adding you know sprinkled on top of the cake though one hundred percent it's such a unique smelling essential oil that I love that we get to feature it again this year so I think the bath bar is probably self explanatory for people have had to use that. But how would you recommend using this touch oil? The mob detached so touch royal is something that I would recommend looking up different like touch points on the body. Obviously but for men. I would really recommend you on your wrist. Ten of right there because it it really grounding place on the body can be a really grounding in fortifying aroma in supporting on the part of your body. Just your wrist right through here that is going to be a constantly being Abdirahman therapy perspective of that as well loser. That's the place that I would typically put it on my body not also behind the ear to the best places using that essential one. I love that and because it is attached it so convenient people can carry it around with them. Have it with them when they're meeting it? It's not something that you know you forget it home and then Ono. This is what I needed today. I could have had it in. My pocket is just so convenient when it's in that touch bottle. Oh exactly super portable and I carry mine with the ninety eight percent of the time just because it's so simple and I need that oil on the regular basis. Oh Well Chris. I love all of that information. You're able to give us today in the tips for the application for that roller touch with the thank you so much for joining thank you.
Shake, rattle and swallow snake is on the menu
"Take your seat with the rest of the class and let's get right to today's topic by now you've probably recovered enough from Saint Patrick's Day to hear the truth. Saint Patrick did not drive snakes out of Ireland there were never any stakes in Ireland. Drive out you see. The weather is too cold for snakes and the water. They would have to swim through to get to Ireland's to Coal Ireland. Is the last place a snake would go on vacation. The Mediterranean would be nice. But that doesn't mean I won't take advantage of folklore therefore we're going to talk about eating snake now the first comet you'll have formulas hey stupid. Don't you know? Some snakes are poisonous. Then I'll give you a wicked little grin and tell you that you're wrong. This will annoy you but hear me out. Snakes her not poisonous their venomous. So chomping down on a snake won't hurt you but when it whips around and bite you best know where the nearest hospital is. It's the venom that's dangerous when it's injected into the skin. Heck you could swallow venom all day and it won't hurt you unless you have a cut in your mouth your best course of action before you get ready to have a delicious plate of Cobra stick cut its head off. A chance of being injected with venom has now dropped dramatically. Unless you pick up the head snakeheads have been known to reflexively by up to ninety minutes after being severed when you cut the head off. Let it fall into a bucket. Then stay away from it until the next morning and be careful not to prick your finger on a Fang now. There's this guy who likes to kill his snake biting its head off. It seems to me that he has some serious male insecurity issues. But I'll put a link to the video in the show notes. China consumes the greatest number of snakes. The most favored dishes snake soup. And it's considered a delicacy in the Cantonese region. It contains the meat of at least two types of snakes. The soup tastes slightly. Sweet because the addition of Chrysanthemum leaves and spices more. Modern recipes include pepper vinegar and thin wafers of fried dough to enrich flavour and texture. A bowl cost you around eight bucks and you should plan on getting a bowl soon as those who make the soup aren't finding many people who want to learn how to do it because it requires the handling of venomous snakes. If you're in Hong Kong look for the restaurant Snake King Law on Hillier Street. It's been making the stuff for more than one. Hundred Years Water. Snakes pythons typical stars of Snake Soup but Chinese Cobra banded crate Indochinese rat. Snakes try rope beauty snake and the hundred pace viper as popular as well in the. Us rattlesnake is most popular variety but with the proliferation of Pythons in Florida. You're likely to see that on the menu as well. Three and a half hours of snake meat will cost you ninety three calories which is half the calories in one third of the fat that are in a Sirloin steak. Those figures can vary depending upon the type of snake. Snakes like other animals may contain parasites and other infections that could be transmitted to humans they can be neutralized by proper handling freezing and thorough cooking as for the taste. And you probably already know the answer this. It tastes like chicken although some say frog legs or a better comparison rattlesnake in the US often battered and fried the New York Times called Desert Whitefish. The writer said it's tough full of little bones and not much meat. So it'd be no snake stakes for you. Now we're going to travel to be at Phnom where you can enjoy a live Cobra heart. When you're in Saigon grab a table at the jungle barbecue guavas weasel porcupine in other tasty treats when you arrive they take you to the back where you can select your very own snake after your appetizer. The snake will be brought to your table by two servers. Bearing large knives and a half full bottle of rice vodka since the snake is still alive to head comes off I. The Venom is drained into the bottle. Then the blood from the rest of the body is added. The Heart's still beating is placed on a saucer and offered to the most important person at the table. Censure from out of town the offer may well be yours proper manners dictate that you then drop the heart into the glass of blood and venom and down the hatchet goes. If you're quick enough you may even feel the beating heart. Go down your throat by now. No doubt your stomach rumbling. And you're ready for a snake. Snack in Nashville. The closest you'll come. Who'll be the snake bite at the
"hillier" Discussed on The Kinda Sleepy Podcast
"I mean, let's I mean break it down, you know, Taft ads going to taxes, you still living room. You know, got I'm sure you have alimony and, and, and all sorts of child support payments. You still living room. Look, man, you had said nothing that makes me say, I can't survive on look, biggies visa more money, more problems. I'm just. I don't arrest of us believe in more money, more opportunities, but anyway. Well, so let's let's move right along. Yup. Residence. The dump she'd on Twitter interviews to. You don't have to. You don't have to qualify. You can just say he's still saying dumb shit. Yeah. Talking about, you know, he he he's if a foreign government comes to me with information on my opponent. I'm not gonna call. That'd be. I, I don't think I've ever caught him. Yeah. That's not how life works. So that's exactly how life works like the. What wrong with this? Do we don't have enough life times to correct evaluate that? However, let's consider the following. He has now opened the door for a corruption charge. Oh, yeah. Now for those of you out there, that, you know, let's bring up speed collusion is not actually a crop. Isn't I mean, that said is not something that you want to have been involved in, but the actual crime is conspiracy and corruption, and that is what they get you on not the collusion. It's the conspiracy, and the and the, the conspiracy charge. So he has now opened the door via. If he if he would receive. Foreign assistance. He is now opened the door for a crush in charge, and they could they could rightly charge him. He's, he's, he absolution that also said. Yeah. He's I mean I mean. He's a dumb and, and, and the part that really frustrates me is the fact that you had his camp out there. Saying trying to make false equivalency as well. You know, like if Hillary had gotten it, she wouldn't have done it or Hillier, Bernie, and I'm like, dumb ass. Do you not understand that there are people that actually do operate within the norms in means of a civilized society? There was a campaign. I think it was the, the thing it was John Kerry campaign receipt. Did they didn't even see information on their opponent? I think they received. They may. They may have received some information on Barack Obama. Back in the you know during that. That campaign or was it? No, he didn't wanna get. Oh, Kerry ran against. Who do you wanna guess? Hey, I can't remember right now. I'm you know too too much alcohol resin in there. But, but anyway, they actually received opposition research on one of their opponents, and they called the FBI because information that you're supposed to have. That is what normal people do that is a normal response. The. You, you can't make a false. You can't try to make this equivalence. He like everybody operates under the same auspices as individual one, the unindicted co conspirator in multiple in several federal crimes. In the White House. That is categorically. The wrong way to go. So all so with that, I think that one of the things that we need to understand is, is that the. There's no room for this kind of behavior. One hundred percent wrong if if, if this had happened with the democratic candidate, you can best believe that, you know, they would all be Mitch the turtle crying and screaming from the from the hilltops about how, how wrong this is. So I mean this, I mean so their responses par for the course the Democrats responses par for the course. You know, we're just I have to tell you to I've lost faith. Nancy pelosi. I know you told me give it a chance. I'm sorry, I'm telling you do she, she came out. She came in her mouth with impeaching impeachment is the most divisive thing that you can do at this time, ma'am. At what point are you gonna stop playing it safe, so to, in leading these people basically run over? So, so here's so here's my argument..
"hillier" Discussed on WWL
"Was about twelve feet away from mckell Hillier try to throw him one throughout the second base. We'll see if he can throw this. When Hans got to be a little bit numb right now in elevated hill, your goes up to pull it down. Try one more now throw to third and read raises high doesn't have to jump. You'll have it Mathis will throw back to read that one a little more on line. Now one more little high again. He's going to stay in there. Until he's in a lot of pain gory lorries, making sure are you sure about this in Brock's as I'm good? None of the throws were very convincing. No, no. If you were judging based on that, that's what I was gone. But Brock is digging his bumps and bruises this years. He had no surprise. He's going to stay in there. Oh to count here at least trying to get the second out of the inning again runner at second Florida already up three nothing. Three runs on four hits. Three hits here in the Senate Hillier the pitch breaking ball. And it's how towards the first base dugout just over the head of Kevin O'Sullivan. Still to. Now's watching math thinking he would at least drop that right hand behind the right shin guard, but Nope headed up there again. One ball or rather one out oh to count. Mcconnell awaits heal. Your fire. Swing in the Mets down on strikes goes McConnell. Records his second strike out of the night, another pool of horn strikeout for LSU and now to down. Hilliard's up to thirty two pitches. Now mic check that thirty six. He's thrown twenty two strikes fourteen balls. Now's the Austin Langworthy picked up the first hit for the Gators back in the first inning was left stranded at second base after stealing second. As a runner aboard at second basis team up three nothing. Hillier fires to the left hander. This time. The outside corner is in play in its own one. Thanks will have Cabrera below and Broussard do up when we reached the bottom of the second frame. Hillier DO one missing outside. Time Langworthy loaded up the bat but held back in it's one in one. Tigers trying to break a three game losing streak over the last three games. This went missing inside at the needs to and one longest losing streak relish you came in. The getting on March twenty third. Lost four in a row. Georgia than mcneese state in game one of Mississippi State in starkville. Doing one the count. With two outs. The bitch line drive over the top of a leaping Broussard around third the wave in Smith be thrown. It's now four nothing caters lead on an RBI single second of the night for Wang worthy. Another one that just kinda served out there in shallow into the shallow outfield. The hardest hit balls of the night were. Off the bat of McConnell who led it off of the line drive? Right at Cabrera and then Judd Fabian with the bases loaded. Hit one almost outta here the warning track Jordan Butler, the D H to the plate. I bitch down the line in left Cabrera giving chase trying to cut it off before the track picks it up into third and stopping their Moby Langworthy. But a two out devil off the bat of Jordan Butler and now a two-out skaters threaten again with runners second and third. They are. They're just attacking Hilliard early. Looking for fast.
Trump ordered aide to give Kushner security clearance: NY Times
"House oversight committee already had an open investigation about White House security clearances, but that investigation went into overdrive today after the New York Times reported Jared Kushner was denied a security clearance by everyone involved in the process and then got a security clearance, only because President Trump intervened and ordered a security clearance for his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, something the president has repeatedly publicly denied that. He did. Two weeks of your son in laws. Hurry entrance. Donald Hillier whiteness too early officials that no I don't think I have the thirty to do that. I'm not sure. But I I wouldn't I wouldn't do it. Jarrett's a good. I was I was never involved with a security. Donald Trump is not the only Trump who denied that the president interfered in the security clearance process. There were anonymous leaks about there being issues, but the president had no involvement pretending to my clearance or my husband's clearance. Not Bunka Trump looks like when she's lying. The New York Times reports that White House counsel, Don Mcgann and White House chief of staff John Kelly were so concerned about the president ordering a security clearance for his sudden, Laura LA that they each wrote memos in which they clarified their objections to the security clearance for Jared Kushner tonight oversight committee chair Elijah Cummings sent a letter to the White House saying that they have quote, stalled equivocated and failed to produce a single document or witness to the committee about security clearances today. Harvard Law School, professor Laurence tribe said if Trump is ever impeached, the charges of great and dangerous offenses against the nation should include recklessly imperilling, our national security by abusing
Here's the Real Reason Why Australia Has Bubblegum Pink Lakes
"Recent research may have uncovered the reason why Australia has lakes that are bubblegum pink. Yeah. You heard that right now, they don't taste like bubble gum. Unfortunately. But Australia does in fact have lakes that have a vivid pink color, the most famous of these lakes is probably Hillier which is located off the southern coast of Western Australia on middle island in the past people speculated that the color could be due to high salt, content or micro algae. But here's something you might have missed in two thousand fifteen a team of researchers from the extreme microbiome project decided to investigate the exact cause. Of this pink nominally, they collected water samples, then performed DNA analyses on what they found and they found ten species of salt loving bacteria and several species of algae that were some shade of pink or red and get this a single species of bacterium called Salan a b-actor ruber was responsible for thirty three percent of the DNA collected. Scientists suspect that this bacteria is the most likely source of the pink color, not micro algae looks like mother nature. Can't trick is for too long, despite bacteria being the reason for the strawberry milk color. Leakier is totally safe to swim in in fact, the lakes high salt content lately makes the water so dense that you would be able to float really really easily though will you win the Dead Sea. So why don't you see more Tinder profile with people swimming in the cotton, candy colored water simple? It's tough to get to lake Hillier. It's on a tiny islands that you can only get to with a boater helicopter. But if. You can get there than dive into that pool of pink. And you'll be fit for a photo op.
"hillier" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"Last week. Tom spoke to Gemma Hillier Moses in the first of two parter interview with her. So this week. We've got the second of that interview. It's interesting because I'm sure if we could go back to the beginning of two thousand twelve and say, do do you want to go down this path or not you choose not, of course at the same time. I get the sense that. He having come back inside and survived at eight. It's clearly, you know, gone somewhere to changing who you are. As a person is obviously changed your your lifetime action. I almost feel them. I've heard this a lot from guests. We've had on the show who've been through significant adversity. You might even almost be glad you've been through that journey because it's it's it's made you the person who you are and set you on this path to really make a difference yet. Yeah. You're spot on with that. Because my husband lost my family. We always say that. I'd never choose as a guy through that again. But it's also I actually feel lucky beware. I am say you often when you get diagnosed cancer. And it's the numbers are rising. You often say why may happen to me? But I've actually lost people friends that I've met or people that I've actually wet race it late of less than two cancer. And then you start to realize how lucky you are to base out here now. So regardless of what you've been through. It's not why me anymore. It's actually like I'm lucky to be where I am in this position. Because you know, it's not who's fight in the hardest fight like people say, it's not a battle with cancer. It's just this thing that you just have an some people can be a cat the of the side, some people, you know. Survive. And that's the reality of cancer nuts. The devastate ineffective it, and so I actually feel lucky to be sat here talking to you. But oh say that's why I have walked away from it and not help to this in my experience. So I don't care about the amazing move charity. Then let that that sounds perfect segue into what looks like an incredibly young movement. You've setup not being going that long. But but tell us about it, tell us about move charity and how it will started in one. What what it's about yet? So I so I said to me tactics to the idea came about soon as I finished my treatment. And I didn't really know how you make something into charity, but I can't get out of my head. The I had no support around exercise and keeping my buddy health say what to eat. And when I finished my treatment. I basically was in. I was drinking Dr Pepper every day. I'll say in big bike three to. It's not like, I'm sure this is what you're saying. For the hospital. They just tell you to eat legs. And you're just like, okay. But this isn't going to put me in good stead in years to come because I'm gonna be about full start overweight. If I keep on this thing. And prior to me as loud eighteen eighteen though, so things is just habits and cheap Liddiard together off and on it. Yeah. And they take time to get our of and but it so I was told that I wouldn't run a year pace Kim therapy. From one of the consultants, not my main consultant amp, she has amazing and not and when I went to fest and treatment, I came out and I went for two minute run. So I proved to myself that I knew a lot about my body. But there are other people going through this that might not have the same knowledge and background in sport and exercise the ID confidence to experiment and confidence to say to challenge things. I'm not sure that's right. I'm going to try something myself yet anew anew, take unless you may you take out professionals that says gospel. So if you don't do that, if you think you've basically should listen sometimes I didn't necessarily listen to them, but it came out right in the end, but you should listen to them. But they didn't have the same knowledge or information about exercise, and this is what I was really passionate about. I was like Ewing. People all anybody shouldn't have to go through this process of not knowing how to look after yourself and have to get fit and healthy..
"hillier" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"Yeah. And I definitely I think I think you're right. Actually, my as an athlete, my life has been balanced, and I do put that down a lot Danta my husband. So we met at union eighteen and especially as a woman with being in famous ball out of his lay. What what you like, I guess when you earn and what I awaited on this thing. And I never had they issues because I surrounded myself with guys which help to low bit as lettuce gals, but it was having the spec from other people that just kept you know, what you eat was fuel in your body to be able to perform into lives and help you train and as a port to get out of that. It was important to go out with my friends, and it just comes on the mindset perspective of if I'm happy myself. I run well. That's kind of the thing. That's lifted nasal my whole running career is the happier. I am in the rest of my life that my Renan will be and the more. I want to town to try to and I've never had an obsession with running. It's become my therapy. So now, I have this sense of touch -ment to it because I've been through and I need in my life. But it's still about view intensive the rest of my life helps my Renan Renan helps the rest of my life, which I think is very important to have says the difficult to explain hoping, you know, and so if we go to that. Almost immediately pre your dig- notice at that point yet you've left universities got new code. You're loving, and you're running, you know, really pretty quick were you was there a point where you were thinking I'd like to be a full time athlete fulltime runner. Were or were you, you know, if you're working for Nike by that point, or or what just prior to that your life? Just obviously completely changing. We'll talk about that in a moment. What was your your mindset with regards running in your future goals and sewn yet? So when I say, I had a love NGOs Jinyan avast yet today and a lot of them were just down to by mechanical problems and not being strong enough. Really? I had some good running, and then I'd break down, and it, and it wasn't anything by mechanics. And I realized that I needed to kind of get that sorted and move move to another coach actually which was all excited to so with running Nike and never saw as a full time career. I wasn't at that level in terms of going. You know, what I don't go to work. And that's when is any fakes the I was really lucky because I was an I'm Bastos Nike as it unique. I basically finished university. England, flex six months, which is a great job actually coaching. Like young children in schools and clubs and then I got jump of Nike straightaway. So I had a grounding for five years pretty much with Nike, which, you know, without using looking looking really brilliant video on your on your move charity where page that talks about your story makes me think you probably involved in something to do with marketing communications with them or something because that's pretty it's a pretty slick videos in it. Yeah. That was what my friend James pool, actually. But no, I am. So I let a product. The minicam, which is a product training specialist. So where we I was filled based in we went round and trained retailers. So it sat in the marketing department at Nike. So that was what I did too. I did a lot of training and has training education, and how China counts around parts technology, and then mazed into women's trying and say look enough to university projects and gums, which is what I was at university. So help look after that, and then in my sinus expense, I worked more and the everywhere else like the say show sustainability kind of model, which is was all about getting young people moving and inspiring them. So which is kind of where I want to get wants to get in life after Nike anyway. So I tried to try to get as much experience in that as possible before leaving mentors issue into. I was there now. So that that's really my Nike, and they were the best company. I will probably have a work for and I feel very lucky and privileged to do that..
"hillier" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"With Nike then out the blue in two thousand twelve she was diagnosed with stage, three Burkitt's infomer- and everything changed thankfully of some extremely aggressive treatment made a full recovery ending up beating her pre-cancer PB's and leaving he'd set up the brilliant move charity where she aims to provide support to children and young people who have been impacted by cancer. Welcome to the show Jemma helium os. Thank you. All I was just saying I've been out for mice of semi long run earlier today. And I listened to your interview, you're brilliant of you on strong women podcasts. Holy ground, which I thought was excellent. I'll put into that on the show notes for listeners if they want to go and check that out and try not trying to repeat stuff. So I encourage me it was going to listen to other podcasts as well. We try not to be competitive about those kind of things and then try and develop the things we've heard so let let's see where this takes us. Sounds good. Looking at your your power of ten profile. You've been pretty series athlete for a pretty long time. You can see earliest performances running under five minutes for fifteen hundred is in two thousand and four and under seventeen take us back to those very early days of you kind of see serious junior athlete. Yeah. Of course. Yeah. So called it's a long time to remember a Mateen, I'm currently having one of those weeks Lau. So there's quite nice to go back to my young days. And so I guess yeah. When I was younger, I actually I never really specified Renan media Leon. And so I did a lot of the sport. So I was county hockey player. I played netball rebbe Tigra bay and down since it is eighteen as well. Save renting really I took running when I went to Uni I'm really focused on it. And rather than actually my Aaliyah's. Okay. And I think doing all those motorsports gave me a real grounding for unite physical ability and building up those the strengths that running might not Pratt state. And it was very nice. Yeah. Way to stop my sporting life, increasingly when we've interviewed people on the show who've who've gone through a whole career running members speaking, Charlie Spedding, and he was really pushing that kind of thing is really important. I think I was taught me did once somebody said what vice if you've got for really young athletes, we want to be. And he was saying don't just be runners at that young age yet. Yeah, I agree. And I didn't experience anything else other than being in moti sports eighteen and I absolutely loved it. Because it just gave me that different competitive edge as well being in a team sport as running is can be a lot on your own. And it gave me that different outlook that perhaps I wouldn't have got if I would just specified into running when I was younger. But then when I came to unit was really nice, just focus on on one thing and running ready changed. I guess I. Yeah. After I finish university, and I joined my catch Alex Hanes and just they literally the six months before. I was diagnosed actually. And that's when my perspective, I'm runnin completely changed actually was doing better for worse said that like I just fell in love with that. And I kind of sore as a thing to on the side. For that say Renan was important to me. But so was going out Uni and being with my friends all the time, and then Renan just became a way of life. And it didn't just become about getting out the dorm Renan signs is just so incredible. And the mindset side of things in the psychology of renewing which then had a real good impact on other areas in my life as well. Stream from from the research. I've done from speaking Jalil, but you seem pretty balanced athlete. You know, obviously, very driven and very passionate about impartial other things. But but quite balanced, which isn't always that comment. I mean, I don't come from Martin athletics background. I don't and so we've had kind of different kind of experiences of athletics as we have grown up in those kind of things, but you see remarkably balanced, actually, do I thank you..
"hillier" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"There you go. Well, oh, eight moving, isn't it. I'm just I'm just stumbling because I'm trying to look at how many minutes per mile as his under seven-minute Meiling attack. No when he has run. Two eight minutes quicker. So let them forty for one hundred miles on the track. Okay. And I think that was a seven I one or something so twelve hours and eight minutes divided by equals. You didn't excel equals not wanted by one. Equals seven seventeen seven minute mile minute money, one hundred miles. Amazing. Good lantern better last guys. Well, right. Joe pay these after six Olympic Games. This would be amazing. Can she do it Pink Floyd? We love Joe domain. And she's being a guest on math and talk camp. We think she's absolutely amazing six Olympic Games. So telegraph written night written by Jim. Yeah. Sneak by despite celebrating a forty fifth birthday in September paves aiming for place in the Great Britain team at Tokyo, twenty twenty if she makes it she'll become the first British wanted to compete in six Olympic Games. I mean that would be. Totally incredible to be at that level for that long. What is that twenty years? You know? She says, I know this brilliant girls out there. I've got to beat qualifying I'm miles older than them. She says, but at the moment, I'm totally focused on that. I'm not saying you will happen. But that's my goal where payments exceed it would be an extraordinary achievement says Jim white in the telegraph only five Britons of a paid in six Olympics. Nick Skelton the show jumping champion at Rio holds record was seven. But I'll then a couple of a question right is an Archer fencer and a javelin throw a non were involved in the most physically challenging of pursuits where their closest rivals twenty years younger before I had my first child. Jacob. I was thinking I was coming to an end. She admits a desperately wanted to be a mom that was my absolute priority. Running was distant second after he was born. I didn't want to carry on. If I couldn't beat him. I wanted to be, but then I found being among fitted really well being a runner the quasi active family life. We could do around the running really motivated me without ever infuse. Yesterday, husband Gavin as coach from the moment. Jacob arrive Pavee was able to incorporate training to motherhood and vice versa. The family were constantly together. Jake Jacobs early years spent at the track playing his mother clocked up the miles under his father scrutiny when their second child, Emily was born refuse. Take a bottle Pavee merely parked prime on the infield and stopped between lobster breastfeed. Tell you what we Helen. I've been there.
"hillier" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"Can do me or what would it be ridiculous? Would it be like somebody who can't swim and in the Olympics like and he's like, no, no, no? You can do it. You can do. It was funny because I said, okay, great. Let's aim for December meaning December next year. An eastside slot in weightlifting competition next month. No, no, let's reverse a little bit shall we? Next. Like that. Because that's what listening to a Joe Rogan podcast with Dan Carlin, recently, his Dorian. And they were saying similar thing. You know, they were talking about how when you exist in this constant climate of comfort which in running to be fair. Lots of us. Do I almost a hold my hand up sometimes in a sporting capacity and go actually a lot of the things I've done who always been things about been been around things. I know how to do like just a little bit further. That doesn't really can. Yeah. Exactly. You know, it doesn't really stretch you because you're doing something. Whereas. Donna Mair flung into a lobster marathon. Okay. It's a bit slower you bit more of what you already know that. Whereas if you're truly stepping out of context and doing something completely that you don't know. Whether you can do is not the right sentiment is it. It's the because your level of you're not after six s in terms of. Am I going to win a weightlifting competition? I've certainly not until you. I'm not going to be the competition era after that'd be the best. I can be. Learn this skill. Yeah. Yeah. I like that. So there's you know, it makes me think oh, man. Listen things that you could never I would be petrified of doing. What you know, you think life? I step out my comfort zone induce over those things that are not physical not physical related challenges. And it puts you on a whole different level of pushing doesn't it? Yeah. Of course, it does bringing you can help me get fifty for my Leotard. I Wizz Michael them. them yet. Do you think you'll have one of those? No, let's not let's not go down the loan. Yeah. Too tightly it tarts, they Likud, you You know. know what I mean? Yes, come on. Are you you'll running again, you've changed trainers, and your all your, you know, buying you happy place. I was where it was last week. I was a bit miserable was like do you make me take by the way because for all you moaning and whingeing is just broken my five K PB position. And you know, you seems to be working I've smashed homeless park pay me out the water. Well, I haven't done a single session since Iran seventeen twenty three I think it was was it way back in the summer, and then when did the Eiger trail, and then the wheels came off, and I went to Balfaas to do a little bit of work, and I had some new trainees, right? Staggering these simple. And they put slightly less pressure on the back of my heel. And my previous trainers decision. Or was it just by chance you find? So they were like in fact, they weren't they would new to me because I had one that before. But they've been hanging around in the shed. I was just forgot I had them. Okay. And so I put them on. And it was like oh less pressure on my heel doesn't feel quite so painful. And Iran a negative. I wants to do my target was an eight mile run. And I thought I wonder if I can turn and run the second half the second four miles. It was flat pancake flat on a river and back. Yeah. Can iran. Nice and comfortable I and then turn round and run quicker on the way back. So I thought, you know, I'll run out comfortably and then I'll turn negative spits it, and then I thought I live up a little bit by trying to make each mile faster than the previous loyal, flushing. The negative split. And I did the first modern six thirty three and went. Oh, no. Because I hadn't thought it's going to her you know, because now I've done that in six thirty three. I want to be doing each of them a little bit quicker six twenty one. I was like all great. And then I just muffed it up by doing six minutes piece that significantly put me on the pressure for the five fifty four at the end..
"hillier" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"It's still anybody's. You know, what either way that remind Don I looked this morning. I've done eighteen age on age grade eighteen performances this year that faster than anything. I've done for four. I think I've sold that impressive ninety please. That should be you know, that really is impressive because over the course of the year. That's a lot of fast running than you've done in the last four years. Yes, I've done two hundred and fifty nine pounds. I think and and of got aside from three in two thousand twelve the next three to four fifth and sixth of all be done this year, you know, on each grade. Which is I'm really pleased with so I'm kind of in a good place with it in a minute. But obviously, I'm throwing everything at I possibly can try and take Nick down and have those lifetime bragging rights. It's because you still this confident that that he was going to get the tattoo and not you look, I think it's. What could happen? So if if I get the right day is just a yes or no I am confident yesterday's confident. Yeah. Although we're probably a win. Either. One of us is probably a windy day away from losing it like this. Knows that you know, what I mean. Like it comes down to five twisted ankle any yet. Yeah. Your dog running out a console pot Ron says that you're clutching at straws a little bit there. We'll see look we'll see. It's a lotta fun at a really enjoying it at. I'm really got running Mojo back and look I wash we important. Of course is that. What what's next like, you can't I watched a really great interview tossing fury the other day, and he's he's lost like hundred seventy pounds. And he's in great shape. And he's feeling fantastic. And all this shit show going to view, and he was saying which I recommend saying what happens off, you know, afterwards is it how much go back four hundred pounds. I think crispy creams pizzas. And I have to be careful to put things in place. I've got challenged Jomaa. Jim. Josh, I tell you. Nobody knows this percent filing. Okay. So tell you what my challenges John I'm going to do. Avoided committed to doing it. Okay. Does it entail entering something? Have yet is physical event. Yes. Oh, you've paid to end to this event. I haven't paid to enter a by have I have committed to somebody that I'm going to do this. You're going to laugh. Okay. Go for it. Nothing to running. I'm going to enter a weightlifting competition. A proper Olympic lifting. It was like thing is you have a few advantages. You have a few things on your side. They haven't gotten if the white very far. Yes shortly. Yes. Good. I like that stability could be an issue. It. I do you know what I really like. And this is so this is without blowing smoker. Anyway, this is something I do like about you you recognize that. Success? It's something, you know, you're comfortable at isn't really success one hundred percent. And so therefore, you're not afraid of recognizing that getting out of your comfort zone by setting yourself. A challenge. Is it by doing something that you're not accustomed to doing? Yeah. You know, so weightlifting is something you go. Oh, yeah. Okay. Right. Right, then okay. And you get into a proper competition. The real the absolute real the because I I've been learning for last couple of months, I've been learning thing, and I've really enjoyed it. And I'm sure I'm not sure I tell you now I've got no beats compare myself to but I'm getting I'm really enjoying it. And I said to to to pull who's who's in coach, my lifting coach said what I what I looked like a complete dick van writing competition. Will if be like a love affair. They can't take that away from you. So yes, yes, you will. But let's wasting all I like, I didn't mind when we did the mile all those years ago when I was going to Stretford, and I was coming lost in the girls. Right. Like in the last night every packed up. We're going to hear my mind not to like I zero I'm more than happy to be dog loss by million miles. Yes. But it will be enough credibility to actually like..
"hillier" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"This week show. Steph, APRIL's running a marathon. In valencia. Zach bitter runs a one hundred mile Katie Jo pavey aiming for a sick Olympic Games. The virgin money London. Marathon Oprah's championship entries. We bring you the first part of Tom's interview with the inspirational Jemma helium, Moses, I've changed my trainers. Tony's here was trials Facebook Friday talks about fancy dress. You gone specially kids around the world right runs. Climb aboard the launch pad and stand atop the podium, Tom Williams account late. How did the session go? Oh, it was good. I enjoyed it. I got a little bit stick probably rightly from Sutton. No thatcher. And a few other people that are the for too long. Well, do you know what when we spoke about this loss? We have cost. I did think about it. Yeah. So here's why thinking by when you said all the state. Was thursday. You did it pro publi. Yes. So I thought to myself you're making this up. Now, I'm not interesting that no fudgesicle easy, not making up. I thought how he's told Williams best to come out of this session. He's best to come out of the session having times. Yeah. He's much better to come out feeding goods, then having less recovery and feeling bad. So we'll have a little bit extra gone split south spoil yourself and give yourself an extra minutes rest. That's how we run is like to think. Well, I raised I realized it really quickly. The only the in terms of five k pace, the only challenging rep was the two right? But he once you've got through the two K you were there in terms of maintaining five k pace without nulla recovery with with three minutes. I think off one minute. It would have been challenging, but we did say in the session description. The goal is to not slow down. If anything you want to speed. Oh, yeah. I think I could have maintained for I think off one minute I could've maintained, and it would have been really really tough 'cause sped up a lot. So I did. So you did based on target pace is eighteen thirty roughly for the five k it's on a track and all that an eighteen fifty ABC about rob. Roughly, let's call eighteen thirty at I think Iran of local in front of me. I think our eighteen four for the five k and the two K was was about executive is the two K was about whatever it was meant to be a common now seven twenty seven or something and that was hard. But by the end of the three cat recovered, and then the one K was quicker in the one K was quicker in the five hundred much quicker and much quicker is really good. But I kind of got the value out by saying as soon as I realized that the second half was going to be easy. If I was just going to try and not slow down. I thought I'll just push on. So it was a really good negative split session. You know, got me running probably five and a half minute mailing in the second half of the session. So. Good. And then, of course, no, rip the mic alive, me or what over social media. Didn't he call him? It's often saying did you have a picnic junior recovery's? So said writing him, Mr. Thatcher. Give me your toughest meanest baddest most brutal five K session. I should eat it for breakfast, clearly sofa six.
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"hillier" Discussed on WWL
"A big confirm ag ladies and mikhail here both out for this weekend why thought as accurate as twitter could be christian i saw two different reporters tweeted so apparently was mary told reporters today in corvallis that michaela hilliard and aj latest will most likely not pitch this weekend he didn't close the door completely but he said it's nothing structurally wrong with them it's just fatigue both nj labor has been battling all season long trying to stay healthy have the back injury that prevented him from not starting at the beginning of the season or at least not pitching at the beginning of the season and he's had shoulder soreness off and on here through the month of may and i think it was just a matter of time before mikhail hillier just couldn't go anymore they the guy is is not a very big guy he's thrown a lot pitches you throw it a lot of stressful pitches he throws a curve so so he's putting a lot of torque on his arm and eventually it was it was time for him to take a break and so this weekend they're not going to have those two guys and it's coach pulmonary today if a who's them to stay in the winner's bracket because they go into this regional now with half of their starting rotation not able to pitch you know when you consider aj labor's therefore started and how in the bullpen anyway oh yeah yeah so that means some of these other guys that have stepped up here recently you're going to have to continue to keep pitching well yeah you're going to need a good start from the bush tomorrow you're going to need camp sanders to be spectacular as he was the sec tournament and todd peterson to continue to be that guy because they're going to be asking guys like peterson and and other relievers to probably pitch more than one inning if castle in particular nick bush or not able to go along at a game jeff palermo wwl dot com columnist here if you're just joining us aj ladies and the kill hilliard not expected to pitch this weekend and the corrales regional one in which lsu is playing san diego state tomorrow at three pm he's going to go with nick bush.
"hillier" Discussed on Through the Wire
"Because when they go small has as well ultras has been kings make sense to me if this burs to right over there the warriors in his first round seaweed just greater poverty savarese coach of all time i think he is before they even if they lose this i think he's better coach phil jackson think so like coach hillier that's about the time he did and that's a terrible thing to say because undermines what he actually did but i just think pago so much me he made people village is to many people buy into something he didn't always just get stars and they just ran the world he actually made them by specific in man i think that's what like helps coaching or like more makes you identify coaches like a great coach is because you should teach us a great coach like i mentally he's a great coach especially with his players and everything like you say they buy into what he does to win that many championships on accident or just because right well you've seen a lot of towns that what that he had they lost the pop too dwayne wade lebron james and and they only want what once championship to one then they went to championships they didn't want to be okay see then they'd be spurs this appointment if out of that they said we're gonna we're fat six you damn right ones burs because the buy at three with one job game say right he's still be one that's the fucking thing.
"hillier" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Breaking ball it's called for his dry so after that leadoff walk back to back as for the right hander and now it's been number eight batsman third baseman mild jones jones of palmdale california native i pitched to him as the runner break from secondhand do third this welcome dan guerrero junior applies the tag but it's not in time and can't hillier it has his second stolen base to the ending watch the replay here in the press box panic cockney doing a nice job of getting the ball out of his glove down to third base guerrero lost his footing he received the ball intact to throw beat the base runner but guerrero in trying to find his footing third base just missed applying the tag on the outstretched hand of the runner hillier the pitch was called for a strike and now the old one is a breaking ball swung on and missed with account is owen to on miles jones check that it's one in one because that pitch initially called for a ball on the stolen base a trusted the scoreboard but can my chagrin so the count is one in one and the next bit this one swung on away to the right side one ball and two strikes no score here in the bottom of the second but the yard goods threatening they've got their potential i run into the season nine thousand feet away in the form of san hillier.
"hillier" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Jordan romano back out on the bumper the cats to start the bottom of the second ending no score here in hartford as yard coats get to send their five six seven hitters to the plate bam hilliard ramana working from the wind up his first pitch to sam hillier swung on fell back it's oh in one to start at the bottom of ending number two other than eastern league scored we'll keep our eye on fellow bluejays affiliate scores as the night goes along oh one pitch meeting download the soft stuff from romano in that offering one in one on the left fielder affiliates already postponed due to inclement weather aaa buffalo and class a lansing both games back to a later date because of weather in lansing and buffalo today really that was in great lakes home of the great lakes loons for class a one one pitch download one at advance did it change from romano in the count is even to so with that in mind the only other blue jays affiliate inaction this evening advanced eight dunedin and the moment they trail clearwater three nothing in the sixth inning game is in clearwater tonight you balls two strikes romano kicks in fires fastball up in hilliard raises the arms to sell all three and now the county's is full.
"hillier" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"We're not saying that rooks account at this point is extraordinarily desperate to claim that anybody not voting for him not only hates america but also hate skied but let me just say rix account is desperate and that's pathetic to i mean that's you know it's just one more example what's wrong with american politics where you actually go on a campaign to campaign event and you say that if you're not voting for me then somehow you don't love god somehow you don't love the country we'll see how that works for him tonight let's bring in right now from mckeesport pennsylvania we have msnbc correspondent von hillier vaughn even out there talking to a lot of voters i suspect you probably talk to some voters that are going to be voting for veteran connor lamb who don't hate god and who don't hate america but i suppose that speech you could give some insight and the just how i won't say desperate the candidate is but let's just say how on the defensive rix account and the rest of the republican establishment in pennsylvania or this morning heading into this really important election joe cone is no roy moore but it's it's it's striking how similar of a campaign he's running here in this final week i and what is striking about this is the reliance on for konan donald trump in the kind of trumpet stick style of campaigning here in these winning is this last week he has had a very defensive campaign calling connor lambs resume a super thin resume that the media is trying to to over blow was a former federal prosecutor and a former marine is interesting to hear the cone go at that sort of rhetoric than you heard yesterday in that rally that was his closing speech there when he's talking about the other side hating guide and hating this country and i think what should note is that the republican candidates we've seen in these special elections over the last year relying on donald trump is striking because when you go and talk to these voters these voters are not purely aligned with just because what donald trump says is what they're going to do in this race there are local issues you go down to greene county this is a place that donald trump won by forty percentage point.
"hillier" Discussed on WTVN
"A hillier davidson high school student being locked up for at least three years after being sentenced in a downtown columbus courtroom 17yearold john staehli was convicted of planning a shooting at his high school year ago abc six is mike mccarthy has the judge said now is just too late relate to say what happened was some sort of joke scaly had pleaded no contest to a felony charge charge of conspiracy to commit murder he was arrested when he was just sixteen years old but the case was moved to adult court mike mccarthy reports the judge said letters written by detention center teachers and psychologists indicates daily still has a bright vague what happened was some sort of joke staehli had pleaded no contest to a felony charge of conspiracy to commit murder he was arrested when he was just sixteen years old but the case was moved to adult court mike mccarthy reports the judge said letters written by detention center teachers and psychologists indicates daily still has a brave had to avoid a government shutdown and the white house says they're looking forward to supporting the senate bill but they're still a wildcard the house of representatives as of right now speaker of the house paul ryan says he believes he has the votes to pass the spending bill proposed by the senate but the more conservative members of his party the house freedom caucus say they are opposed to the cost of the bill and to avoid a government shutdown in the white house says they're looking forward to supporting the senate bill but they're still a wildcard the house of representatives as of right now speaker of the house paul ryan says he believes he has the votes to pass the spending bill proposed by the senate but the more conservative members of his party the house freedom caucus say they are opposed to the cost of the bill and it is still uncertain how democrats will react without ryan pledging a firm commitment to an open debate on immigration lana zak abc news capitol hill more questions after saudi graham from south carolina white house sources tell abc news top aides knew about the abuse allegations against order for moms it's been another rough day on wall street the dow has.
"hillier" Discussed on Earn Your Happy
"Because i know that when i get the opportunity to put epic women into a room i want magical things they're so that you guys can truly have the tools to create your own amazing transformation and experiences and you guys what happened there is nothing short of miraculous so if you're ready to create your transformation of your ready to step in if you're ready to have your tribe this is where you want to be and i hope that you join us and that i get to meet you and hug you and see were there so doublets project dot info welcome back to the show you guys thank you so much for being here it means the world's me in on today's episode we have regan hillier she is a serial entrepreneur and philanthropist mindset coach and a global speaker she's the founder of regan hillier international and that is a company dedicated to providing a personal development and business training two men and women who have a big message that they want to share with the world she said russia's in helping experts uncover their true message and launch powerful personnel brands she helps them make a big impact and build a legacy she's trained thousands of people helping him build multiple six and several sevenfigure businesses location free using powerful mindset changing tools and cutting edge business development strategies she's a certified master of and i'll pm a master of hypnosis time dynamic specialist any success strategist amongst completing many other certifications she's invested in excess of half a million dollars on her own personal development and business journey and takes pride in continuously learning and growing from key industry leaders and we talk so much about what she pulled from that half million dollar she's invested into herself we talk a lot about what mindset it takes to create the business and life that you love and also how she's been able to create a life where she can.
"hillier" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"Found it okay top five bottom three now so week five of the books during her first not last time i think you accuse me and maybe just copies yago okay khor i tell five from five backwards i'm going to go with this is the toughest one hillier green bay i'm gonna go philly yes philly yeah the philly defence i don't believe in that i'm starting to really believe in carson winds this guy's something else i mean it i know him comparing him to and rogers years debating who said put in green bay affiliate look the green bay defense is that that styles little number four denver i gotta started knowledge and in for some point and on that in place we buga acknowledging the so don't play get on wills right it's it's you know what honestly would never in this conversation so meetings i feel like you i don't know where you are but of i've had my tough i just i can't support him lines are staying there he's of hat up their fallen out number three carolina that's also newbie montalva and talk to you is still the same atlanta in kansas it at a lotta turnover that's three new teams in my tough us so no green bay rebates just on the outside looking those three green bay denver in philly will my debate for the last two spots in the filly thing i think they're good to base of watching him but you could go there while they be the redskins but i still actually believe in the redskins a little bit more than that but that defense prior to all their injuries then it's giants chargers cardinals so my why am i them but i ha i put him fly i put him five because i've watch him enough like a you know what i think there's something here.