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The Myths Around Weightlifting

20 Minute Fitness

05:05 min | 1 year ago

The Myths Around Weightlifting

"Seal heard this many times in the past where that be from a friend a colleague or family member saying they want to tone up. Get the dream physique. But they don't want to do any weightlifting omitting too bulky while to say this this plane simply also in such concrete manner simply isn't true. It's also important to say before we start. That bulky is completely subjective term. One person cents a bulky might be light years away from someone else's swampers might think that a level of Muslims beautiful or lovely at another person Martin us to march so it is subjective. So do remember that whenever you think about it or approach anyone in this manner but more and more women these days are picking up barbells and dumbbells and stars and to lift weights and they are becoming stronger healthier versions of themselves and it's important to say that resistance training can be used for a whole host of different goals. Jack Crawford who is a spokesperson for the American Council on exercise says that you could use weightlifting to become a competitive powerlifter. Where of course you will have more muscle mass than someone doing regular exercise or you can use it to simply burn calories and incorporated into your fitness program and shape your body and become fitter and Healthier. Jacko's onto say that weightlifting can help adapt your body composition and it's an important component of a well rounded fitness program. She says that if you want to gain significant amount of muscle mass than you might be looking at going to the gym. Four to six days a week. Really pushing yourself progressively overloading on each different exercise on each consecutive day. Whilst if your goal is just to slim and make your muscles look more toned by losing some body fat and gaining some muscle mass. Then you all to begin potentially two or three times a week for your general health so from the off you can see here that it really depends new. Goal the frequency of your training as to whether your weightlifting journey will lead you to put a more muscle mass than previously anticipated. Or whether you're just going to use it to get toned physique you've always wanted again remember. I don't like the word tone necessarily because I I like to think of it as gaining lean muscle mass losing body fat. So we'll touch again a bit later on but it is not purely for someone who wants to pack on heaps of Muscle Mass and obviously one of the principles of gaining muscle. Mass anyway is. It's again a calorie surplus and so when we think about diet if you are weightlifting and you're not in a calorie surplus. You're not going to be turning into a she. Hulk that's a myth. We know in order to pack on lots of muscle mass. You'd need to be eating more progressively overloading but if you start weight training. You don't bulk up your calories. You won't be packing on tons of lean mass a national completing you to lifting where you might experience the phenomenon of new gains where you can sometimes gained muscle and lose fat simultaneously. But I only happens for a while and is quite difficult yet to have good genetic for that as well so if you're worried about wiping too much muscle don't necessarily bulk up your food intake as much. You may need a little more each day because you're obviously expending more energy when you're working out a special trading days but just be cautious about adding too many calories into your daily nutrition plan. What's more incorporating weightlifting and resistance training to your workout regime? You're going to be burning more calories and you increase your lean body mass. This can give your metabolism boo. So you'll be burning more calories than sitting to nothing and if you're doing quite heavy compound lifting you're actually feel the after burn effect or excess post oxygen consumption or epoch for short which basically refers to the increase quantity of calories bird after exercise and after compound lifting this is actually quite high even higher than cardio for example so you may end up losing body fat giving your muscles that more toned look. You're off to anyway as this is. What the tone look is all about. It's about reducing your body fights whilst also having a bit of lean muscle mass so you have a more toned physique was also interesting to note. Is that if you are someone looking to grow your gluts near Bum. Then that's not going to happen from just continually running. It might help you lose your body fat but in order to get this athletic look that needs to be a level of muscle developed in the first place so when it comes to lose body fat these muscles become more parent and again giving that toned. Look you're after so hopefully some. This rumbling has how showcase why lifting weights were necessarily met. You pack more muscle. You anticipated. It's about your goals house no training. How do view diets? You'll rest levels and many more factors but you are in control of this so if resistance training is something? I've always wanted to try. Give it a go and see if it's right for you or speak to a PT at the gym and just tell them about your ambitions. Tell them that you don't necessarily want to pack on lots of lean muscle mass. But you just want to have more lean to find healthy body so now you know that you can obviously go out and try resistance training. You may be asking if it should be any difference. In the way a woman trains the way among trains and all religious reiterate the American College of Sports Medicine says in the fact that they don't differentiate between sexes when they recommend trading levels or exercises there are of course biological differences. But they shouldn't stop us from referring to the principles all progressive overload to gain muscle and being a calorie surplus. Or if you're trying to lose body fat then obviously being a calorie deficit as well and expend more energy than you take in and so

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"jack crawford" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on KTRH

"John sample in Jack Crawford with us tonight in the partners to producers for J. three films nooo noooo remarkable documentary extraordinary proceeding that's a part of a second trilogy of films intended to take the view was deeper in the abduction and hybridization phenomena and you know I couldn't help but think as I was watching a documentary guys I thought you know I don't know why this triggered this in me but your your documentary seem to grasp this out of it was the intent but for the first time watching a documentary of this topic I felt how can I put this I felt like should we be concerned in other words you know I I've seen documentaries about objections before and they were like really interesting stories and they're like wow and you have any wow factor this was I don't know wow factor film for me this was a film where it kind of gave me give me a little bit of dread and it's and and it made me wonder if we should be concerned about the future of mankind what you said about well our guide jet the while I was just gonna say yeah I mean it's it it does make one pause and I don't know for intention was to have people well you know in a way you think about it the implications of this and this is why we wanted to make these films the implications of a hybridization program hybrid these hot these hybrid children being produced what does it mean to you manatee the implications of that are profound I mean it's probably one of the most important questions we could ever ask at this point and there some of it does suggest that it might not be the greatest thing in the world for you Maddie it might not be all love and light and the fact that we're going to us and and reach a new level in human evolution it could be you know a colonization scenario we don't know we don't know we don't know the answers to that but we do know that the fact that the that these people are having these experiences in round numbers that are having these experiences that it's it's a little bit concerning why fill the film like this is needed and and you know when I say give me a sense of dread in concern hi I think that maybe you know that wasn't your intent then fine I got that feeling and it wasn't a bad thing it was a it was me satisfied with the idea and I have been for some time now we should not use the alien phenomena as a replacement for spirituality and and that is that that is what I took from it is that while everybody is looking to the aliens in looking them as gods are looking to them as maybe a substitute for their spirituality today this is not a spiritual experience this is a this is a very harried and and sometimes hopeless sometimes even will even dramatic it's it's a traumatic experience for those who are experiencing yeah it's a huge impact on the individuals and you know one of the questions that we get asked all the time is how people deal with it you know we tip if that could happen to me I don't think it get out of bed in in really what we saw in having those conversations both of you on the screen calls that we did to identify the people for the film and actually sitting down in front of them and having those interviews is to see their journey you know what the initial impact was and how you know horrifying it was and how and how much it impact their psyche how much impact there you know the physically they were impacted by this and then there there was this time to kind of you know I am a C. decompress but it kind of it just to that new normal of you know having had an experience like that sort you go from there with that do you do you implode or do you try to find a silver lining or do you try to find some sort of a transformational you know events that allows you to I guess come compartmentalize it or move forward with it in a way that you can do some good and we have experience you know there's several different moments throughout the film or people deal with it in a different way I think a lot of people that study ufology your study of use this phenomena wants everything to have a happy ending and you get that sometimes your visa UFO gathers you get just the happy ending and that's it you get that buy my book will tell you how I've been in touch with the brotherhood and how they told me how to you know run your world will rule your world and it's never been that way for me I've interviewed a lot of people who have had these experiences that aren't eleven light afterwards and they're and they're not necessarily angry or they're not necessarily sad but they are traumatized and they don't know who to relate to they can't relate to everybody they can't go to say what you just copped talk to this person talk about my what happened me because no one has had that experience but them great that's a big part of one of the reasons why we we told the story the way that we did was we thought it was it was critically important to honor the vulnerability of the people who who told their stories in this film because they were willing to go on the record.

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"jack crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Prehistoric civilizations we're talking the last hundred thousand years histories of the millennium structures that that defy explanation stadium tonight at midnight radio twelve hundred W. away I'd it happened okay from the start of people they will start to be psychosomatic we put on your body on your feet how do you think of medically wake up the person the they apparently one forward on intelligible as it is and the the the vehicle from the server was very very heavy and I have a very heavy with heavy on whatever was held for calling the you are listening to ground zero the program Jack Crawford G. three films the film is called extraordinary the seating and it's going to be released our premieres on digital.

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"jack crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"There are things that happened okay I mean is that from the start of the people they will start to be psychosomatic please put on your body your mind on your feet how do you think of medically wake up holding the person the and to have some time to fill a void one forward on intelligible we have I couldn't understand it and the the the vehicle from the server was very very heavy and I have a very heavy was sitting on whatever was held like a regular track for calling the the other side of the road it was you are listening to ground zero the program Jon Sopel in Jack Crawford G. three films the film is called extraordinary the seating and it's going to be released our premieres on.

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"jack crawford" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"John simple in Jack Crawford with us tonight in the partners producers for J. three films new new remarkable documentary extraordinary proceeding that's a part of a second trilogy of films intended to take the view was deeper in the abduction and hybridization phenomena and you know I couldn't help but think as I was watching a documentary guys I thought you know I don't know why this triggered this in me but your your documentary seem to grasp this out of it was the intent but for the first time watching a documentary of this topic I felt how can I put this I feel like should we be concerned in other words you know I I've seen documentaries about adoptions before and they were like really interesting stories and they're like wow and you have any wow factor this wasn't a no wow factor film for me this was a film where it kind of gave me give me a little bit of dread and it's and and it made me wonder if we should be concerned about the future of mankind what you said about well our guide yet though while I was just gonna say yeah I mean it's it it does make one pause and I don't know for intention was to have people well you know in a way you think about it the implications of this and this is why we wanted to make these films the implications of a hybridization program hybrid these how these hybrid children being produced what does it mean to you manatee the implications of that are profound I mean it's probably one of the most important questions we could ever ask at this point and there some of it does suggest that it might not be the greatest thing in the world for you Maddie it might not be all love and light and the fact that we're going to us and and reach a new level in human evolution it could be you know a colonization scenario we don't know we don't know we don't know the answers to that but we do know that the fact that the that these people are having these experiences and my numbers that are having these experiences that it's it's a little bit concerning why fill the film like this is needed in and you know when I say give me a sense of dread in concern hi I think that maybe you know that wasn't your intent then fine I got that feeling and it wasn't a bad thing it was a it was me satisfied with the idea and I have been for some time now that we should not use the alien phenomena as a replacement for spirituality and and that is that that is what I took from it is that while everybody is looking to the aliens in looking them as gods are looking to them as maybe a substitute for their spirituality today this is not a spiritual experience this is a this is a very buried and and sometimes hopeless sometimes even well even dramatic it's it's a dramatic experience for those who are experiencing yeah it's a huge impact on the individuals and you know one of the questions that we get asked all the time is how people deal with it you know we tip if that could happen to me I don't think it get out of bed in in really what we saw in having those conversations both you and the screen calls that we did to identify the people for the film then actually sitting down in front of them and having those interviews is to see their journey you know what the initial impact was and how you know horrifying it was and how and how much it impact their psyche how much impact there you know the physically they were impacted by this and then there were there was this time to kind of you know I am a C. decompress but it kind of it just to that new normal of you know having had an experience like that sort you go from there with that do you do you implode or do you try to find a silver lining or do you try to find some sort of a transformational you know events that allows you to I guess carb compartmentalize it or move forward with it in a way that you can do some good and we have experience you know there's several different moments throughout the film or people deal with it in a different way I think a lot of people that study ufology your study these this phenomena wants everything to have a happy ending and you get that sometimes your visa you up gathers you get just the happy ending and that's it are you get that buy my book will tell you how I've been in touch with the brotherhood and how they've told me how to you know run your world will rule your world and it's never been that way for me I've interviewed a lot of people who have had these experiences that aren't eleven light afterwards and they're and they're not necessarily angry or they're not necessarily sad but they are traumatized and they don't know who to relate to they can't relate to everybody they can't go to say what you just copped talk to this person talk about my what happen to me because no one has had that experience but them right that's a big part of one of the reasons why we we told the story the way that we did was we thought it was it was critically important to honor the vulnerability of the people who who told their stories in this film because they were willing to go on the record in a very.

John Jack Crawford
"jack crawford" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"John simple in Jack Crawford with us tonight in the partners producers for J. three films new new remarkable documentary extraordinary proceeding that's a part of a second trilogy of films intended to take the view was deeper in the abduction and hybridization phenomena and you know I couldn't help but think as I was watching the documentary guys I thought you know I don't know why this triggered this in me but your your documentary seem to grasp this out of it was the intent but for the first time watching a documentary of this topic I felt how can I put this I feel like should we be concerned in other words you know I I've seen documentaries about objections before and they were like really interesting stories and they're like wow and you have any wow factor this wasn't no wow factor film for me this was a film where it kind of gave me give me a little bit of dread and it's and and it made me wonder if we should be concerned about the future of mankind what you said about well our guide yet though while I was just gonna say yeah I mean it's it it does make one pause and I don't know for intention was to have people well you know in a way you think about it the implications of this and this is why we wanted to make these films the implications of a hybridization program a hybrid these how these hybrid children being produced what does it mean to you manatee the implications of that are profound I mean it's probably one of the most important questions we could ever ask at this point and there some of it does suggest that it might not be the greatest thing in the world for you Maddie it might not be all love and light and the fact that we're going to us and and reach a new level in human evolution it could be do you know a colonization scenario we don't know we don't know we don't know the answers to that but we do know that the fact that the that these people are having these experiences in my numbers that are having these experiences that it's it's a little bit concerning why fill the film like this is needed in and you know when I say give me a sense of dread in concern hi I think that maybe you know that wasn't your intent then fine I got that feeling and it wasn't a bad thing it was a it was me satisfied with the idea and I have been for some time now we should not use the alien phenomena as a replacement for spirituality and and that is that that is what I took from it is that while everybody is looking to the aliens in looking them as gods are looking to them is maybe a substitute for their spirituality today this is not a spiritual experience this is a this is a very buried and and sometimes hopeless sometimes even well even dramatic it's it's a traumatic experience for those who are experiencing yeah it's a huge impact on the individuals and you know one of the questions that we get asked all the time is how people deal with it you know we tips that could happen to me I don't think it get out of bed in in really what we saw in having those conversations both of you on the screen calls that we did to identify the people for the film then actually sitting down in front of them and having those interviews is to see their journey you know what the initial impact was and how you know horrifying it was and how and how much it impact their psyche how much impact there you know the physically they were impacted by this and then there were there was this time to kind of you know I wanna see decompress but it kind of it just to that new normal of you know having had an experience like that sword you go from there with that do you do you implode or do you try to find a silver lining or do you try to find some sort of a transformational you know events that allows you to I guess come compartmentalize it or move forward with it in a way that you can do some good and we have experience you know there's several different moments throughout the film or people deal with it in a different way I think a lot of people that study ufology your study these this phenomena wants everything to have a happy ending and you get that sometimes your visa you up gathers you get just the happy ending and that's it you get that buy my book will tell you how I've been in touch with the brotherhood and how they told me how to you know run your world will rule your world and it's never been that way for me I've interviewed a lot of people who have had these experiences that aren't Levin light afterwards and they're and they're not necessarily angry or they're not necessarily sad but they are traumatized and they don't know who to relate to they can't relate to everybody they can't go to say what you just copped talk to this person talk about my what happen to me because no one has had that experience but them right that's a big part of one of the reasons why we we told the story the way that we did was we thought it was it was critically important to honor the vulnerability of the people who who told their stories in this film because they were willing to go on the record in a very big.

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"jack crawford" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Premiere networks presents coast to coast AM with Ian planet. Now, here's Tom petty. That was. What what Catherine Martin? Was singing the character in silence of the lambs victim who ends up in that that sister in the basement save later on by Jodie Foster's character Clarice Starling that was in service of Jack Crawford, which was based on John Douglas who is our guest tonight. But the way that she was singing and happy and coming home from work and had groceries and and the victim in this case the fish fictional victim. Actually follows the same pattern of real victims of serial killers. And in that case, it was it was Ted Levine's character that great, gene. Jayme. Gum sort of big named serial killer who was using the the tools of our human nature against us. We we want to were always sort of feeling like, we should be helping people more and. And he he did that thing which you know, if you remember from the movie he had a cast on his arm, and he was trying to carry a sofa and stick it in the back of his van and he looked like a guy down on his luck. And it was that cast on his arm thing. Of course, it should remind us all of Ted bundy's little trick that also disarmed the victims that also lured the flies into the web. And that's just what happened in the killer across the table unlocking, the secrets of serial killers predators with the FBI's original minehunter, John Douglas was talking about the story of Joseph McGowan, I want to get back to that. And explore just that just that that flip. That twist is that moment between order and chaos. And then how will we must all put the world back together. Again, afterward on coast to coast AM in for George Noory this Ian punnet..

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"jack crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Premiere networks presents coast to coast AM with infant now. Tom petty. That was. What? Catherine Martin singing character in silence of the lambs victim ends up in that that sister in the basement save later on by Jodie Foster's character Clarice Starling that was in service of Jack Crawford, which was based on John Douglas who is our guest tonight. But the way that she was singing happy and coming home from work and groceries and and the victim in this case the fictional victim. Actually follows the same pattern of real victims of serial killers. In that case, it was it was Ted Levine's character that great Jane, Jane, gum, sort of vigorously named serial killer who was using the the tools of our human nature against us. We we want to always sort of feeling like, we should be helping people more. And he did that thing which you know, if you're from the movie he had a cast on his arm, and he was trying to carry a sofa and stick it in. In the back of his van and he looked like a guy down on his luck. And it was that cast on his arm thing. Of course, should remind us. All Ted bundy's little trick that also disarmed the victims that also lured the flies into the web. And that's just what happened in the killer across the table, locking the secrets of serial killers predators with the FBI's original minehunter, John Douglas was talking about the story of Joseph McGowan wanna get back to that. And explore just that just that that flip to twist is that moment between order and chaos, and then how will we must all put the world back together again afterward coast to coast AM in George Noory, this punnet..

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"jack crawford" Discussed on The Falcoholic

The Falcoholic

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on The Falcoholic

"I mean, why not Coleman has not worked out the past few weeks him. I mean in the saints game. Matt Ryan led the team in rushing pretty much explains. How bad it's been running Smith. I mean, why not signed from that? There's really not like anything to look forward to. 'cause it's basically the same old stuff every week. It seems like if they go into Green Bay and win like that makes you feel better. I guess, but it's still like this team's weird. Like, they should have, you know, been more competitive against the Browns. But they weren't they somehow beat the Redskins which was kinda shocking. You know, and then you get destroyed by the ravens pretty much like the score doesn't completely indicate it. But they got punched in the mouth the answer. Evens? I don't know. I just you'd like to see the team. Try. I guess that's that's what I'll close on. You. Don't wanna see them. Just go out there and go through it. Because most of the players who, you know, they say like, oh, they're not trying some of these guys probably a good amount of them won't be on the team next year. So you know, these guys are still playing for job whether it's with the falcons or elsewhere. So you know, definitely they need to try. Yeah. I think that's what we all. Just kind of want to see him do do their best. But if they can't really muster the fight their best than do really somewhat of your best, you know, be competitive just go out there and play for pride. And you don't wanna get hurt. Get that. You know? I I understand that they're playing a streak of teams in December. That is they're really not very good. It's going to become a battle of the bads on the way out. But Green Bay struggling Carolina has really taken a sharp turn for the worst. The last part of the year. After a promising start Arizona is really not very good at all. And then obviously, Tampa Bay's not very good. So they've got an opportunity to get some winds here. That's what they really want focus on. So it's really going to be a month. It's going to be a month of really trying to figure out what this team is. And where they're going and just go on from there. But that's where we're gonna go from here. We'll be here. Talking about all of it. We will do our best to tell you everything you need to know. And wanna thank. Kevin for coming on and Evan as breaking some news here as a new member of our fuck Hollick family, and we were happy to have him and excited to get him into the fold and have him contribute and really cool ways. So Evan welcome aboard to all the the good ship alcoholism. And we are very happy to have you on board. Evan toddy. Would they can find you on social media? And there's your you're working on at the moment. You can find me on Twitter at Evan virtual than than that's pretty much it. I I run also run the Jack Crawford Crawford like official Facebook page. So you wanna see Jack Crawford stuff? I guess you could follow that home. And then, you know, I got some ideas on my first articles on the colic so pretty much. Stay tuned. Yes. And he's does wonderful work is a wonderful. Then if you if you ever need fantasy football advice just. He is he not to help up. And if I kept up with it. He would be the first person. I that. Evan. Thank you so much for coming on. And of course, you can find me on social media at Corey forty seven and you can follow along with the podcast over at the Hollick. Be sure subscribe on I tunes and leaves review. And of course, listen to our flagship show with Gina Thomas and David Walker d-w. They always do a wonderful job at the middle of the week to get you prepared for the week ahead and talk about things have come. And, you know, be sure to subscribe on all the possibilities. We have for audio content and read the falcons connect with social media. Dave poor friends the Twitter at the fog hall, if you're not following that..

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"jack crawford" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"In a racing before he's finally blistered out of bounds by. Water play for the Cowboys as a rip off a forty four yard gain. Fake this week to the left and then set up the screen to the right beautifully setup. Designed and executed. The new play play. We haven't seen before. But. Why was effective Zeke got out there had a blocker in front of him? And no defenders inside career high thirty five receptions coming in was number thirty six to wide here. The nearside shotgun snap the Prescott scrambles after his right Swain pick off the turf racing to his white. And then a late flag comes in at the end of the plane. Jack Crawford has a former Dallas cowboy as the officials conferring on the far sideline. Prescott. Just barely got that off. We have about the grabs from sway Grady Jarrett, Pat him, and he threw it. There's no foul on the way. The act on the sideline was legal. Out or snow? Adrian clayborn these. As the player who victimize the Dallas offense it line last year. Six is now a member of the New England Patriots in. He hasn't had six sacks. Cincinnati. I wonder what the least last year. It remains to be seen. But boy what a day he had second and seven bubble formation to the right to ride here to the near side to give to Eliot h-, Utah at the ten six figure dragging in spending another of the five and taken down at the Atlanta. Pole yard line fight them update. Casey. Twelve yard pickup for Zeke. And there are a lot of Twenty-one jerseys in the building is we look around his beautiful new stadium. Again, patients by Zeke right up the middle. Just lets his offense of line do their thing. And wait for that seemed open up and that time it was right over the ball. Beasley Cooper's put out wide the right now swaying motions on that side. Lake rolling to his right. Is that Prescott wife was a pass into the hands of Beasley and the ball goes in and out. Well, our dropped from Beasley our even to number eleven's for each team has dropped in easy pass one that one. I sure touchdown. The other one. Julio Jones may have been a touchdown Volvo one yard line. Amari Cooper out wide to the right, now, Beasley motioning right to left on the near side here with Michael Gallup. Elliot in the backfield. They'll run off the tossed Elliott Elliott, cutting back at the ten biggest swim move over the top of one defender, and maybe gets a yard is Atlanta had defended that one nicely. Sure I'd niece one second year at a Ford Atlantic to make a tackle so third and goal to go three. They came from the back side. It was actually Jack Crawford tax. I took out the quarterback forced into pitch the ball. And they had had that covered from the outside. Says into the game here he is flanked to the right of Prescott Sehgal receiver up top the nearside.

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"jack crawford" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"Never see again. So I think cross fit offers lot teach people how to squat teaches people how to dead lift. I do wish that they paid a little bit. More attention to people trying to gain muscle a little bit more like a little bit more bodybuilding stuff. But they keep evolving they keep moving with the times. Let's actually talk a little bit about that. Because you're in the process of doing exactly what you just describe your training for bodybuilding competition. That's probably by the time this podcast come out the bodybuilding already taken place because it's in a few weeks. But you know, I was saying before we started this. I think you, and I Chris were playing paddock aches in the kitchen. And I was like, yeah. I was like there are few things I know less about than bodybuilding now, which isn't to say that growing up. I wasn't obsessed with it fricken had every copy of every magazine had pictures of Lee Haney all over my wall. Obviously, I know every single line of pumping iron includes all the outtakes. So, you know enough. I mean, I know that, but the point is I don't know anything about how to like make person big if someone came to me and said, Peter I wanna get jacked. Which should I do my answer would be have no clue. Like, I think it involves what you eat and how you lift. But that's about all, I know. So to me, this is like a super interesting art. So what have you guys learned about this? And I wanna specifically hear what you're doing first things. I I I would say a lot of bodybuilders and a lot of people that are into bodybuilding get their start because they start lifting for football or baseball or boxing, whatever. Whatever else doing they start like lifting weights for to get prepared for something else in the negative bit by the bodybuilding bug. So I think powerlifting. Is a great place to start for most people. And I think for most people do start a sorta start sort of benching for football. And then started squatting in, you know, next thing you I was in the bodybuilding. So I think a great what it is dive in and get started is through some sort of lifting program that might aid something else that you're trying to do that way. Also, killing two birds one stone you're getting better at what you're trying to do. And you know, who knows this might be something that you enjoy wanna pursue and empower lifting to me is I don't think I'd ever let my kids box. I just I feel fortunate that I got out of it alive minus the IQ points. I don't have. But I would love it. If each of my kids at least spent some time powerlifting because whatever you go to do later in life. You will have correctly learned the mechanics of the most important movements in the human body, which primarily come down down in your area. San Diego is his name. Jeff Morton, Jack Crawford kids fit kids. Okay. He started. Dissolve the name. Yeah. Now, it's called X brand X something. But anyway, so his thing is awesome. He's got all these kids involved in powerlifting. Right. So I went Mark. That's awesome marks company. Slingshot? They sent me down to San Diego with a camera and said go film this powerlifting..

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"jack crawford" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"But he was converting a lot of pressures into he converted person. Can't I think have is one of the best rate in years. Barnwell is obsessed with this by the way, because he was such a tree there the whole time when he's awesome. And anyways, what you're saying knows very obsessed with pointing that out in its approval proven to be Murad. I was so in that twenty six. I was aware that he wasn't getting pressure a lot, and he was mainly just beating up on bad tackle. Which is. I thought was okay place to be as you second year in the league. You know, you're you're a top ten pig and maybe not the most consistent pass rusher. But you're beating the guns. You're supposed to be you know, that's that's always a good step when you look at how defensive lineman walls, mature rapid careers. But that guy isn't even close to what we're getting. Now, you know, beating the guys that he's supposed to get past. I know I know he got a couple of times Monday night by even then, you know, you get so point where is time to flatten turn your hips and gets the quarterback in these guys are just they're just falling on him and sitting on him or they're describing out the pocket as he he's not nearly as strong as them were doesn't way enough really compete with them. So now. You looking at a defensive line that isn't getting much production out, of Beasley and grey dirt and banged up. So you're relying on tap McKinley. Who is a good player to me? But as you lead pass rusher, you could probably do a little bit better intact. And I know that he has like six from the with is which matches total from last year. But you still a growing player in his own rights, and he's only like a coin two or twenty three year old second-year player. So he's still scratching the roof on on what he can be. But you're kind kinda stuck where it's tack McKinley and thorough and rookie. This uses is not really a true pass rusher in Jack Crawford has been convert during guy runs career that are. Supposed to be leading your pass rush in when you can't make plays in the secondary. It just makes it so much harder on your defense. When you can't rush the passer either. So I think that that regression of victory. Plus injuries is just a big issue, and we probably did over eight founded even a little bit coming into the season. But still like the Ron of injuries. It's just in the fall of cliff, but we did see what what Grady Jarrett can do when you say I forgot he was coming back and. Maybe it was like that. When he sacked Eli or it wasn't and he stopped him on the sneak too. But I forgot that he was near. And I was like who is that. And then I was alright tear. He's back. He's really good. And everything's the pass rush is really spot on. Although around these parts we call him, protect, but also attack McKinley. That's his official name. Only God can judge me? But I think Charles injury that has struck me as being a little bit more impactful than perhaps anticipated was Freeman on the offense. I don't know..

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"jack crawford" Discussed on Nickel Package

Nickel Package

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on Nickel Package

"Mean he his twenty sixteen season where he had sixteen or seventeen facts was kind of fluky in the regard that he wasn't getting a lot of pressure. But he was converting a lot of pressures into Saks like he, he was converted, oppression, fat. Cat I think had is one of the best rates in years. Vinyl is obsessed with this by the way because he was such a victories treater when the whole time when I was he's awesome. And anyways, what you're saying before knows very obsessed with pointing that out in its its approval proven to be Maraj. I was so in that twenty sixteen was I was aware that he wasn't getting pressure a lot, and he was mainly just up on bad tackles, which is which I thought was okay place to be as you second year in the league, you know, you're, you're a top ten pick and maybe you're not the most consistent pass rusher, but you're beating the guns, you're supposed to be, you know, that's that's always a good step to me. When you look at how defensive lineman vase, mature rapid careers. But that guy is in even close to what we're getting. Now, you know, he's not even beating the guys that he's supposed to get past. I know. I know he got a couple of times Monday night, but even then, you know, you get so point where it's time to flatten, turn your hips and gets the quarterback in these guys are just they're just falling on him and sitting on him or they're describing him out the pocket as he you. He's not nearly as strong. As them were, doesn't wait enough to really compete with them. So now you're looking at a defensive line that isn't getting much production out of Vic Beasley and greater and banged up. So you're relying on tap McKinley who is a good player to me. But as your leadoff pass rusher you could probably do a little bit better than tack. And I know that he has like six from the season with is which matches total from last year, but he's still a growing player in his own rights. And he's only like twenty two or twenty three year old second second-year player. So he's still scratching the roof on on what he can be, but you're, you're kinda stuck where it's tack McKinley and decent sonata third round rookie. This year's is not really a true pass rusher and Jack Crawford has been convert during then guy throughout his career that are supposed to be leading your pass rush. And when you can't make. As in the secondary, it just makes it so much harder on your defense when you can't rush the passer either. So I think that that regression of victory plus the injuries is just a big issue and we probably did over eight thousand even a little bit coming into the season. I but still like the broad of injuries. I, it's just in the fall of cliff, but we did see what what Grady Jarrett can do when he's healthy, say, I forgot he was coming back and maybe it was like debt when he sacked Eli or it wasn't, and he stuffed him on the snake too. But I forgot that he was near and I was like, who is that? And then was alright tear. He's back. He's really good and look, everything's pass. Rush is is really spot on. Although around these parts we call him protect, but also attack McKinley. That's his official name. Only God can judge me, but I think Charles the injury that has struck me as being a little bit more impactful than I perhaps anticipated was Freeman on the offense..

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"jack crawford" Discussed on The Falcoholic

The Falcoholic

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on The Falcoholic

"So I think tack is gone in for them and I'm going to save it on a defense wear. The talent level has dropped significantly because of injuries tack is still a guy who super talented ready to go, and he is ready to get out there and make some play. As in. So I think that on defense, I think that he's the guy to watch. I wanna be that confident about anything in my life where I'm like, really good writer, but they haven't lived my shit yet. Nothing like this like chef. I think they're really good chef, but you haven't had my MAC and cheese. Something to that level. I love it. I think it's great and that's how you have to play these games. Absolutely. Dave, who is your one name for fans to watch on Sunday? Well, Gina took tack, and that would be too easy for me to just repeat exactly what Gina said even though I agree with it, so I'm gonna go Jack Crawford. And the reason I'm gonna do that is because Jack Crawford as actually gotten quite a few hurries this year has not gotten a sack, doesn't have a ton of actual pressures to this point. And so I think that his -bility against the back sail the fact that he's going to have to play quite a bit. This game means he's going to have one or two big place, then I hope he celebrates British whatever that means. He'll have some even from bits to encompass halftime. Stereotypical, but it's the British it works it if fits don't don't know anyhow as for me. I mean, I'm gonna go with the most obvious name here. Think on the offense for the falcons that's devante Freeman, I think the falcons are going to want to control the clock to keep the Steelers offense off of the field and devante Freeman is one of the best way to do that. I think though, obviously, split his snaps still with seven Coleman. And hopefully either Smith who has looked pretty amazing as a rookie, but devante offer something that I believe the two can't, and he is someone that can grind in the middle of the the line up those hard yards. And I think he could be the difference here of owning the time a physician in really giving the defense time to rest, and it's gonna be critical in the game like this where we're expecting. An absolute shootout. So with that, we've come to the portion of the podcast where we do our predictions for the upcoming game. So start with our very special guest Caroline to see this one's going out on Sunday. Yeah, I think lots of lots of points a hundred fifty. I would not be surprised at one hundred points scored in this game. I'm gonna go. Like forty one, thirty five. Steelers, let's add some optimism and just say that they're going to figure out something there. There you go. And that would by the way that would be the the third straight loss for the falcons with thirty or more points, which inevitably Dave with leave to fans blaming Ryan for not scoring forty points per game. Anyhow, let's move onto Dave. Speaking of your prediction for Sunday. Well, so I picked the falcons each of the last two weeks and they almost one. So I guess you could say that I was kinda right because they didn't going to have to say that they're going to probably lose this one. I hope I'm wrong is that kinda really puts that I nail in the coffin. But I think they're probably going to score thirty points and lose again. And I have the score being something like thirty four thirty one close enough that it's really, really crushing in frustration that they lost that game hung in until the end, that sort of thing. So. And I think it'll ultimately come down to, let's say, what's the most painful thing that could happen missed, Matt Bryant, field goal. Let's. God target while you need to go get a drink, but he holy crap. I got one. I mean, something harder was second bottle..

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"jack crawford" Discussed on Nickel Package

Nickel Package

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on Nickel Package

"Died the depended wine is it for me it would be a group has a ton of potential because last year you saw shelby dirk shelby who they signed over from the dolphins in egion quake board uh they were in another lineup your shelby myth uh almost the entire season with a torn achilles you suffer verse seattle last year week five um but we yeah but when you look at gump perry po whose plane in a real defensive tackle rotation for the first time he's lost about twenty pounds from where he was uh kansas city he looks a lot philippe you're a lot faster i get ready jerry who has a speed jack crawford who's who is an athlete to and in thick beasley in packed mckinley it's just a group with a ton in a ton of upside that all these guys are athletes all these guys can move all these guys can run in that's kind of what is what the vision for dan quinn has been since he got here having and that's leg defensive line which is something that the falcons had put any precedent on since uh you know it during the mike smith era so i don't know off the bat how good they are going to be but i think this could be like last year which our group where week in and we got you just kinda see them you get progressively better throughout the season but now instead of having to play been garland at these are the pact what you have some some legitimate death depth there and it's gonna be cool to see how they grow throughout the season because i i think uh like a good example this last year is she'd haegmann even though he's on the team anymore he he got a lot better from weak one through the super bowl run like he got markedly better so i i'm i'm interested to see if uh guys like tackle kinley learn how to use their hand he's our hands better if the beasley can develop something a counter office his speed rush i i i think dan quinta good decent line teacher and i'm excited to have you these group of players with him for the entire season.

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"jack crawford" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"Welcome back to think local first radio one k _a_c_l my name is danny reader of the scot's belly chamber of commerce i'm join with my co host today june at larkin in joining us is our guest today are jack crawford for music now and scott backs will from kiss catering welcome back everybody thank you thank so we were just talking a little bit on the break about kind of out the history of just catering and we've mentioned previously is started in scott's valley i know you were at the club for a while by the harbor correct as well and we're out there for about ten years and then and everything under the sun we've done nationals worlds any cover guy you have lot argued we pull everybody out all the both so the dry doc but content and now five or people for you know breakfast much whether the ceiling well now they got a a tram there which really helps not situation tearing which we were the only not or the the uh close now has the second tram and scott and um santa cruz okay yeah it is yeah we're still trim beaten elevator all along no work with them every new year's eve for up until the last one you know we've done the news in new jersey party cents well this coming new year's a little be twenty years so most of it was work with them is great right let's put thing we were just talking about on the break that i find interesting i mean even you know kind of what the chamber of commerce is all about is is networking coming to coming together and you know um and a lot of that even with their local businesses there's a lotta synergy i'm working together and it looks like jack and scott you guys go go back light awhile correct we do i think i had hair still when we first man possibly a he did actually that's why say that all time is the diamond do this is since i've had here let's that's just a normal thing for me to say common thing nowadays but no i think i've won use any before met scott and that was probably in the late nineties and how are long because catering started with her and then scott came aboard and and actually really embellish to made the you know we're limit a big difference for the comfortable in.

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"jack crawford" Discussed on WJDX

WJDX

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on WJDX

"Barry church terrance williams jack crawford brice butler terrence maclean jj wilcox always does aren't you know like oh household names or anything but you still got to fill in holds that you have with those guys the deal to the phones here provided work with stewart who half we have wayne for the white wayne what's going on cannot quotes all the gonna about that right thank you but holy shit you know well well well look morning great for all of bring block okay spot welcome welcome about they'd wallop if we're not gon up talk about the thought well you know but let me ask you know on the on the hall of fame inductee on and the hall of fame inductees as it did any of those guys get you get to motor running on the hall of fame inductees all right all pretty well every goes in off with that often didn't get it you could like three of four well votes short yeah but the point is quick welcome up and down list for talk about brass if figured that he was nonstop well they got their third very well you all for your feet gonna flash year vets and it makes it an yup bad well the pretty much but they have pop up for it if you're in year and then for dust ever asked for and we just like she is like the hall of very good guy i'm sorry but i just i don't know and then that's why initial like when you know me jeff bagwell he just always on thought about ivory to face that's that's not against that i thought catch i ever talking about rick in dallas where they're in there well i mean it's your question get so you know i was going to look was did not up with the is we have to take whatever it was dude about the hall of fame to hang up i was then this to talk about that you don't want to talk about this like the matter with him all right we'll take a break we'll be back working out with talk after this under we did it well just get we'll take a break we'll be back resident donald trump today inaugural preparations are underway in washington president it lacked.

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"jack crawford" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

01:41 min | 5 years ago

"jack crawford" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket

"The all you know de really dry you know they have to the fans at that we bright spot devey their third stanly can they could do against that you know there on you know some of these known guys the pass rusher line russell is the key to maybe take another step they white jack crawford and yet the knot double digits that guys but if they can get five or stick you know that pretty good for this hit but finger if they do white you know what their name but i would think first and foremost somebody i linebacker maybe you know they they fired you pay that another bat to their first round pick from last year you kind of play pre date before not going about him around between corner in a state used to they they have high expectations for him as well and it injured i'm back from an injury one g zealous about easy to elliott's hamstring these got the tightness into your dad walker did they obviously didn't get through it it's going to miss a few days and it because you know but the hardy line every day brett coverages or unit day by day by day video it all grimy he may be thirty practice before coming back so now not a serious concern this is just a very important player that they're you know allison handling with ease foreign also owners went when it matters so that's that like if you're right in not knots years to turn okay well that is interesting in and drew also when you take.

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