17 Burst results for "Kyle Kingsbury"

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"The ufc has an overwhelmingly dominant position as the biggest promotional organization that runs fights in mixed martial arts. It likely made close to a billion dollars in revenues last year. And that's estimated to be as much as ninety percent of all the revenues in mixed martial arts and it achieved that dominant position both by successfully managing and promoting the sport but also by buying out all of its biggest rivals in getting all of those top fighters from its rivals to fight for it. So you have. These numbers are not public but these estimates come from nash analyzes the business and finances of mixed martial arts for the website. The bloody elbow. He's our guide to this world and is the lawsuit filed by the former fighters against the ufc has unveiled all these documents. That show what the fighters get paid. We had an inkling. We had an idea but now we have like concrete numbers. Okay so here. Are some of the points made by the fighters and here are some of the. Us's agreements i the fighters argue that they simply get paid a much smaller share of the ufc's revenues than athletes and other major sports leagues. And this is true. Those new documents from the court hearing revealed that fighters get paid roughly twenty percent or less of ufc revenues in a given year for the major basketball baseball hockey and football leagues athletes. Get paid close to half of what they're leaks make and in boxing the other major combat sport. It's even higher close to sixty percent of boxing. Revenues goes to boxers. And one of the reasons john says is it. There are several major. Boxing promoters trying to sign fighters it's just a more competitive market so for the fcc. The fighter has to pitch to the of c. To hire him to give them a fight because he needs to be in the afc to make money were in. Boxing promoter has to find a fighter and convince him to let him promote them. Because he's the person drawing the money in response to the fighters. Ufc's arguing that even though it's fighters getting smaller share of its revenues. Those fighters are still getting paid more money over time because the ufc is making more in revenues over time so the overall level of the fighters pay is still going up and john says if the us seaward some other kind of company that response might be enough to win the case if the fighters are just like other workers and their pays going up. Why would it matter. If the fighters are getting a smaller share of the sports revenues than the athletes in other sports. What makes this case different honest with the plaintiffs argue is that the fighters aren't workers like a typical worker on a factory line. The fighters are the product and as the product. That's being sold. They deserve a share of the sales. Dmc has also argued that nick martial arts is still a young and growing sport should not be compared against established. Sports leagues plus. Dear makes the case that a big reason it makes so much. Money is not because of how great it's fighters are because of how good the you have c. is at putting on big lucrative fight nights that effectively. Ufc has a special ingredient that it adds to its fight cards john. Nash is a little skeptical of this one. But what is the special sauce is a little confusing. When of would claim it's their production. It's the way they things but then can you be more specific because you know. Boxing does the same thing they they promote fighters they put on events they they make packages that you know all that stuff that seems to be part of the special sauce is done by other other promotions plus john says if the ufc does have a special sauce and the specific fighters don't matter too much. Then why did the ufc go to such lengths to buy out its rivals and get their fighters and why does the ufc put restrictions in the fighters contracts that prevent them from fighting for other promotional companies. Look there's lots of other complexities in this lawsuit. For example the ufc also makes its fighters except the sponsorship deal with reebok and keeps a lot of the money from that deal the fighters say they could get their own sponsors which they used to be able to they would get paid more but really we're just scratching the surface here on this lawsuit and it probably has a long way to go anyways. But what is clear is that the lawsuit is a fight. About worker power the former fighters say they lost power to negotiate their pay because a ufc made the market for their talent less competitive the ufc disagrees and has argued that it should not be punished for being a successful company by the way we emailed a spokesperson for the ufc about the lawsuit. They have not yet responded. What's also clear right now. Is that the financial life of a lot of you. Have fighters is really hard fighters who are not highly ranked will sometimes get as little as ten thousand dollars for a fight and finders will have at most a few fights a year and they pay a big share of their earnings to their fight camps. The places that run their training and provide coaching things like that and so these former fighters are basically suing the ufc for what they believe they are owed what they argue they would have made if the ufc had allowed a competitive market for their services. Nate quarry one of these x. fighters says they're also hoping that the ufc has to change. Its approach to paying fighters going forward. We deserve our seat at the table. Whether it's talking about sponsorships whether it's negotiating our purses whether it's being able to fight for someone else free agency that's what we truly need in the sport where the fighters will have the ability to really test out the free market and see what our values this episode of the indicator was produced by jamila huxtable. In fact check by sean sal donya indicators paddy hirsch and is a production of npr.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I don't bet them but that's why I tried to tell somebody Be Abetting his. Listen anytime you bet it takes away from. It has no doubt about it with your writer. I think Jack has taught me. Now when I've been on marlins starting to beat mark really and I think they call it a draw something like that and I was bitching about the decision. Afterwards and Jackson told me you wouldn't be bitching you hadn't this place a hundred dollar bed point. Good Point Yeah. I mean Tuesday and Friday and Saturday. You read his column Tuesday and Saturday evening when Vegas of course he was he. I don't think anybody came poster. I write in boxing. Jack this dude. I don't think anybody coming. Do you think anybody came close to him. That he was he was a classic of his own. He was literally a judge judge way above his his timeframe so he was he was the man and I remember he I named my daughter after him and I was. I was he was like my my ultimate mentor. And of course he passed away in two thousand six hundred at the end of the day. Nobody was straighter than Jack. I mean he he was he got he was he was eerily. I mean so he he was so straight who so rigid straight who was like some somewhat tougher. Usr Like you sometimes through stitch to two straight talk to strangers so tell me what you're doing as far as the US it is new Mma companies what are they doing? What are what are you doing with them? Right there on hold right now. They from what I understand. They have some investors coming in from Saudi Arabia where they're picking up a percentage of the company and you know some of the championship price will be. Riyadh and all that so. I think they're looking like April when they're starting the new season again so I'm just waiting waiting to get the call See what my role will be in there and I you know help that on the promotional side so. I'm looking forward to that. Did that lawsuit that Kyle Kingsbury income and a whole bunch of other guys brought against Sufa sports which was the former owner of the USC to that lawsuit. Ever come to fruition. Las Vegas you know. I think they kind of had a hearing here But that's the last I ever heard of it. You know it. It's easy to sleep. These type of controversies or discussions under the carpet when you have a lot of money and then you don't have a big support group like company and these guys so I don't know what happened. I don't know if they just press it off or or what are you. What are you trying to tell me that for teeter brothers? Lorenzo franker are Lorenzo Powerful. Down there They I.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:22 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I mean, they were there were so many challenging elements in deep insecurities and fears needs validation that I had to confront that. I don't think I ever would have been able to confront if I didn't allow that the pressure of this type of relationship to expose where I had these insecure areas expose where I had these fears. So yeah, it's been something that I've been pretty open about and that's again, just my commitment to it. And it's not like in some people really appreciate in joy here in some people like shut the fuck up like we don't care what you want. And I'm like, I know sorry. But like what else am I gonna talk about? What do you want me to talk about? Like, I'm gonna talk about fucking weightlifting today. I don't care about weightlifting today. I cared about weightlifting like a week ago. But not today. Day. I'm like weight lifting for my heart. You know? So, you know, it's just an I think it's just releasing that idea of needing to, you know, have some grant and strategy and just saying like, look, I'm I'm a human. I'm going through stuff a lot of times that's going to resonate with what you're going through. And so I'm just gonna talk about it seem like, you know, you're very enlightened person for lack of a better term. And I think when you run into people that are enlightened you kinda recognize, you know, you run into someone like a Paul check or Kyle Kingsbury like you realize these people are different thinkers than than maybe kind of ordinary person that that really is focused on their nine to five they're focused on where their next paycheck's coming from. And and maybe they got kind of caught up in in, you know, really just paying attention to the day day, and they can't really think a lot deeper than that. Or just never have never been exposed to it. What are some things that you've been exposed to over the last couple years have really helped you? That helped you grow, you know, physically mentally in all aspects of your life. Well, I'm gonna have been on a pretty consistent ceremonial plant medicine journey since I was eighteen started with a vision quest with so side letting high. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's definitely one way to look at it. I mean, sometimes it's getting real low like that's the that's the interesting thing like high has that connotation that it's going to be fun. You know? But you do I walk in the jungle most of the time, it's not going to be fun. Most of the time you were gonna be confronting you deepest darkest fears in the scariest place pitch black in the middle of junk, though, with someone singing songs that have been that are three thousand years old in the pitch dark as you're nauseous vomiting. I think you're gonna die might be shitting your pants, and and and reality is slipping a real quickly that experience I wouldn't call exactly Getty high. You know, that's really getting low. Indeed in in some of those experiences have been really valuable, and then there's been also, you know, the lighter experiences like the meditations in the stillness and the floating sensory deprivation tanks in time in nature. And then there's been the learning. You know, the the great books that. I've been able to read books by Ted Dekker in Paul Selig in some of my spiritual mentors. So it's been kind of a combination of these like experiential practices in that could be plant medicine that to be sweat lodge that could be you know..

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"Six months straight. There will be opportunities to eat carbohydrates on certain days when I'm in L A or when I'm on a holiday or something like that. But ninety five percent of it will be Kita. And I think from there I'll get you know, the bulk of my results without having a stress or worry about missing out on sweet potatoes on holidays, and that's gonna my philosophy around holiday time to keep him to be eating. Not Kita were Jimmy wanna being Kito in. That comes up is make sure it's real food if it fits that filter. I don't really care about it. We will not gonna eat like fucking weird little apple pie turnover for like that. I mean me where I keep it in a window. Is it sweet potatoes? Is this like then squash and stuff like that? And as long as it's real food. I don't like I hit a hard workout that day. You know, really deplete glycogen levels. Odds are not going to get a ton of inflammation from it. I'm not gonna get fat from it. I'm just gonna you know might get he don't production for for a small period. But it's gonna take before as to get back in jump back in quick. Yeah. And so I think having those ideas around when I carbohydrate speak mindful of how I train and how I operate outside of that. I think that makes a big difference. Yeah. The flexibility to like, I don't think humans a program to be consistent nutrition consumers like we've had a lot of ability in past. And so I think that we've been very optimistic that being able to eat carbohydrates misled a sense, and that people wanna get into the diet think that it's an all or nothing thing in that they feel really guilty. If the other keep us as they failed. That's not the human reality. We need to open up that viewpoint little wider. Like, yes, it's helpful. If like the first time you ever inky doses. You spend four six eight weeks doing because you have receptors that needed upper in turnover. So you can actually use fuel after that time though, have you get truly Kito or fat adapted. The different story. The now you can start using them as metabolic looks like you said timing carbohydrates fine fine-tuning for yourself. I mean, I've been doing this for very long. Time you have to. I don't think that you feel like we're at a set point. Okay. Forget it off the rest of my life. I think it's gonna mean infinite tweaking and learning. Yeah. To until I'm dead. Hopefully will be a long time for now. Yeah. Longtime debt, and but appreciate the chat. So obviously on it. Why don't you tell people where they can find your.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"So I made small talk with people in the audience like if you're getting hit hard enough that you don't remember where you are. I remembered I was in a fight. I remembered I was in the stadium had no idea where to go like this officiant amount of getting wacked. So it's wintertime you rolling into Akito face. What is it looking like now compared to when I started? Well, it looks. I mean, it looks great. I am trying to get a bit more cruciferous, veggies and greens in there. And it's not something where like all make people have this rule like your meat should be the size of your hand fucking three-quarters. Replace should be veggies. Not about that. I think there is you know, as we discussed on the podcast. There's room for variety in that. But also knowing like, I don't have to crucifiers every fucking day. And sometimes it might mean, you know, that I'm a little less Kito on that day because of had goat milk Keefer. You know, and I just wanted to microbiome there or certainly if I have really hard workouts, Bill Kiefer, I think is fucking loaded with stuff that helps me recover faster from that. And if I can target that appropriately all utilized the carbohydrates. Well, not see you me getting kicked ketosis where do you go from? I think we got a whole foods central market. They got all over. It's like Redwood hill farms or something like that. There's a goat on the face. And it's the only milk Keefer that I've seen in stores due. Just not do mother mother cultures local brand year that does a Keefer. There has got the firm's market who I'll try that out as many other culture, they yoga just don't do that with yoga, but Kiefer. Yeah. I do infinitely better with Kiefer than needed form dairy just different things. Like that ways to incorporate foods that I enjoy that. You know all have flexibility on next giving in Christmas. Just for the sake of flexibilities purposes. I'm not going to be. Zero carbs or under fifty grams a day for.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"Now still ramping up and when I wake up in the morning feeling like how do I feel like being aware of that in a a consistent like throwing that guy? Was it abandoned of sleep? Or is it the things I didn't last day two days three days affecting my readiness, for example, or my nervous. And so he said, I think it's about stacking knees awareness buckets of you know, how does this thing affect me using these tools to generate some feedback or super important? Also you doing in that front too. Just just continuing to look different tests. We're gonna have Dr Steven ball on the show's been on my pump in greenfield. And Anthony Clementi's podcasts functional medicine guy. He runs concierge service online where you can do a number of different testing. And there's some of these tests that have done before like an organic acids tests that I find to be incredibly insightful Dutch Suster yet Dutch test as well. My wife's done that. But we ordered like, you know, he said, look, we make this affordable as possible in order, the things we think that will be the most beneficial or in like we on its cover this. Let's fuck in. Let's run the gamut. That's just more information. We can talk about so hair tissue mineral analysis, medals from where off from Cabral, so hair. Simple. I don't know. I'm all. So I got some chest hair armpit hair. I don't know if that's still works off to talk to him about it. But, but yeah, I wanna take the deeper dive into my own health and wellness report back on that. I think it's good to be. It's going to be transparent in what's going on and turn and how he works those things. And you know, like, there's this is all learning for me. I'm not an expert anything. I'm just trying to learn and grow and report back because I do so. And I think it's important that. You know, it just makes more sense if you're gonna touch a face to the outcome, right? It's one thing. If if a guy comes on the show, and he's like, oh, I had a patient with IBS a patient with this problem. And we fixed it through these modalities. And it's like, okay, that's cool. But you don't know the person like people know, you they listen to the podcast because hopefully expose pieces of yourself that you wouldn't get on an instrument post right in the same thing goes for me people. Listen to human optimization are. And they've come to understand the bit of how I think bit of what makes me work, and in the processes that go on so why not just expose that layer of health a little further in really unveil what's going on inside and how we're gonna fix things. So you said before that you've experienced brain damage football ends to fighting. Just Nasution that is the case or have you quantified that at all. I haven't quantified through like Imerys. Mariah cat scans or anything like that minute. Had cat scans that showed like all right? You've healed from the concussion you can fight again things of that nature. But I haven't seen like it's prefight red cat scan in the maps that to the post fight crew cat skin. What I have found is that. Just from feeling standpoint. There's no doubt my brain works better now through ketosis through using plant medicines. Where science is now showing benefit cognitively on physical side of things. There's there's alkaloids in Alaska that create new neuronal pathways and actually heal the brain. There's there's various components to Silla seven mushrooms that help with cognitive function and actually healing the brain. So I think the fact that I've gone down that rabbit hole in tandem with what I can do nutritionally and with fasting and in all the different hormetic stressors hot and cold. I feel better and smarter. Now just more capable now than I have in in years. You know, but I mean is there is oh Ahah quantified the brain damaged. No. But you know, Glover to sheriff taking my head off with with hooks to the temple do soom Marriott. How to get to the locker room in that fight? I left the cage, and I didn't know where the fuck to go..

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"So if I go for a post dinner walk which we do every single night, and I get home and sit down and start to relax if I feel uneasy nece anxiety. That's a fucking Scherf it that that something that wasn't good for me. Then it's very easy to tell. It's that also sounds we will. But trust me when I say science supports this, your heart rate jumps ten beats or more because the food you eight is clear indicator that something's problematic for your body in its under more stress. So it's got to work harder to get rid of that. But using a ring or or ring, but I mean there we would do like now I can feel it. Right. So that's talking a radio her was there was an app that I use where you put your finger over your camera on your phone, and it would read your heart rate there. And you know, they would ask you specifically do it at certain times post food, you could tell you know. So I think they're that kind of gave me similar to a we had Anthony DiClemente the biohacking guy on our show recently. He talked about using a ring for year. Now doesn't use it because it was just about training him to be able to feel what a good night's rest looked like to be able to feel what good heart rate, very ability looked like so that he didn't have to rely on that thing as a crutch going on. Now, I still wear my ring like having those. That information to me. But I think there's a lot of benefit to having. All right Listrik training wheels off we don't necessarily need that anymore. So her very variability people are not familiar with that is basically just so if you hurt beats one time permit generally looking at sixty seconds should beat every second. Right. But you have ability within those heartbeats, and so it may be nine hundred sixty milliseconds in the next one hundred or one thousand forty milliseconds and you want to have very building. That's the higher your ability like the more that is indication that part of your nervous system that homes you down in the laws to rest and digest, for example is active in that you body base. It does not proceed threat if that goes down. Then what happens is your body is more into too sympathetic. Nervous date words fight and flight, and you are more tense in like you said anxious. You said maybe you are more calibrated now to feeling that way. We're like, okay shit. This is something that is affecting me negatively here, and you can use like ordering works. The. Those apps there. I've traditionally used a polar h Tangun just dropped up on that. Until I use it so much, and I was like, oh, this is what it feels like after heavy left the next day. Okay. Now, I should like this like that. And so I learned from training perspective. Like, for instance, I got back from Thailand to ago hit the gym Hearthrow around in trash couldn't get back onto normal sleep. Schedule took it easy for few days.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"Gonna protein sparing modified fast, but you don't have to be hungry for if you of time one of the reason, I think people have so many benefits from it at a few different reasons. Like, we talked about before recording today to like, your hunger levels normalized to appoint that I've never experienced in my life. I think for some people that can be a really powerful reminder like a show not eating beat or announce like after eat to stick. I'm good. I have no interest in eating anymore when we have steak and rice and salad and carbohydrate like every in berries chocolate afterwards, like you can go back and forth and back and forth in ease Meshu can stomach like until you. But when you eat only one thing, and it's especially if it's high protein as family rib eye or something like that. Like, you will know when you're still. You experience. Yeah. Yeah. I think rubble is talking about that book where to eat the food editors and and man versus food when he had like five gallons ice cream. So the texture of ice cream being soft and cold sweet in creamy. And then what's the flip side of that? So he got he got almost burnt French fries. So they were extra crispy extra salty in when he ate the fries, he could go back to the ice cream, and he was able to finish all the fucking ice cream because he had that contrast of the hot super, crunchy salty, French fries. And you know, we think about what we put on our plate people want variety they want. Let me get my starch limit my this. Let me get my that. It's all these things that we were told is healthy forest growing up. But for a lot of it's not, you know in in I'm not competing MA. I don't need to have over two hundred grams of carbs any fucking day. A really don't even need that. If I am competing just needed time them appropriately. Right. Make sure that I'm recovered topped off. But fine-tuning that for myself figuring out what works for me has been. I think the biggest lesson in all this is that you know, as you know in your experience, it's different for everyone. I'm sure I've tested after eating. Apple didn't have a big spike in blood sugar. Like, you did bought white rice fucks me up sweet potatoes. Don't right. So fine tuning and figuring out. What works that allows me to make better decision, especially when I'm eating carbohydrates during the warmer months in my body, tolerates better. I can still do it. Right or I can do it wrong. Right. There's always that decision to make you were the things that you look at maybe incorporating new food or switching foods to learn. If you buddy of not so talk about blood sugar, do not you talked about before you, you know, we gluten grains like you puff up little bit. What things that are kind of key indicators for you that that's not the tolerate if I'm mindful I will be able to tell I think there's some apps it will do this for you. But heart rate variability changes and selling I can tell if I'm beating consistently or inconsistently, and I have better. Hurry variability. But I will see jump in heart rate. If I eat something, that's problematic. So if I. At that moment or within an hour..

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"But yes, certainly I was trying to get those numbers in that eighty percent range fat, which is really hard to do. You know, I figured out very quickly protein was kind of limiting factor could get away with more protein than most people because those training hard and still powerlifting being an athlete, but at the same time that would kick me out a tosa fascinating else. A big ass steak for dinner wasn't gonna have key tones the next morning to sing so questioned follow of that. Did you track Akito levels on carnivore? I did not dry carnivore tones. But I willing to bet that it's funny because I had the idea that for the first two weeks, I didn't need to track them 'cause I'd still be actually shifting into ketosis in from there. I was gonna take a look, but you know, it ended at seven. Eighteen days 'cause the reaction that I had with a rash in what I found was that it was super easy to go into ketosis after that. There was absolutely no, no lag. No Kito Fano issues there. And I haven't been in ketosis since last winter. So it's been it's been a good six seven months since I've played with that. And it was a seamless transition. In addition that I had a ton of energy on carnivore, which usually comes to me in ketosis once I get through that first two week hurdle. This happened right out the gate, and that was even with, you know, having diarrhea for seven ten days. So so you're not in ketosis before, you know, actually went wanted some contrast. So I went not really standard American diet. Rosie naps loot shit. But I certainly through caution to the wind with carbohydrate intake in different things in it's funny because I accomplished everything I said out to my blood work looked like absolute shit before. I started carnivore we. But we talk about white rice white rice with Thai food, which sparks my blood sugar. Like crazy look diabetic when I do that. You know against the grain gluten free pizza mammoth Kito ice cream, just it was just a medley of things like my favorite foods, knobbly months with no real direction. And and certainly not it was much heavier on the carbide rates than than I'm used to. And I serve people in your year. Schwytz Sweitzer puncture. Chris bell was telling you who who who funding pushed over the edge. Well, I think it was it was talking with you and Schweitzer because you know, Chris, I love Chris. He's great. He's a good guy. But you know, he's also doesn't understand the complexities of the difference between factory farmed animals in grass fed free range beef. And that's an issue for me. So it's like I respect what you're doing. I think it's working for you. But like, there's a clear knowledge gap here when it comes to the health of animals, and how that impacts our bodies talking with us different scenario, and and you coming from the Keita genyk background. Entering Karm space. I think that kinda gave me permission like I do great on Kyodo. Maybe let's have let's have a low Keer marketings been wanting me to shift gears and try new things. So it's like just just made sense to give it a go. It's your experience over seventeen days. All you mated seventeen days is all I made. I don't know if I'd run that back in the future. What I will do because I figured it could be something cool. Like, maybe my I do about six months of the year. I'll do carbohydrate backloading in the summer, months and warmer months. Six months of the year, typically do Kito so I figured it would be nice to have that. I at least a month thirty day period of carnivore to kick me off into that. Just a means of extended fast know, we talked about this podcast. But when Rogan had on Chris Chris her in the you'll gone, Joe, con vegan. I thought Chris's analysis was one of the best. I've heard on carnivore win that it is a form of fasting in you are fasting from. A number of things that can cause the gut issues, and then you can go ahead and return the eating things that would create short chain fatty acids in everything that most scientists would say is healthy..

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"Coach was like you fought a lot is from New York. Oh far lot with. It's a weird thing. Saito a guy. No you do. And I'm like. Ads probably just protein patterns. I think it's an tolerance to something. So we the elimination diet at back in dairy. You know, had a little runny nose. But no gas and then added in bread now is fucked up. I couldn't breathe at a my nose super gase lot of stomach pain bloating in. You know? I really didn't. I didn't really go strict on that for longtime us cheat meals that had gluten entered drink beer shit like that. But I would see it. You know, the awareness allowed me to see the difference in feel it right? You talked about on podcast weed than you would get acne a few days later. Right. But it wasn't a direct correlation as it didn't happen immediately. I would swell up mmediately and get gas immediately. So once little connect those dots was very easy for me to see like, all right? I can make that decision to eat bad or I can just fuck and try something else. If I want to eat shit, that's not gonna be problematic from my body. In the same way. Right. And so having that understanding bridges that that kinda lit the fire in a way for me to continue searching and. Once fighting ended realizing that I had taken a substantial amount of brain damage over the course of my career and having played football since I was ten prior to that a lot was coming out with the Kieschnick diet. And it wasn't something tried and fighting just because of. A lot of the research. Dan, people weren't doing targeted Kito or things like that. You know, it was really with distance runners a lot of the work from bullying Finney or Volkan Finney. And you know, those are those guys while the different than I do, you know, they're they're doing a completely different sport. So, but once finding ended knew let me give this a real go, Dr Peter ta just gone on the Tim Ferriss show. I got to hear him talk about Dr dominate the steel had just been on the timber. So when I got to hear him talk about it in. So I thought let me get some books and give us a real try, and it felt like when I first got into ketosis that my brain was working for the first time in my life. I was just like I didn't expect that at all. I thought like, you know, I'll be able to lose weight off feel good it, a, lower inflammation. Maybe I'll see, you know, some different things happen cognitive function improved. But it was like I fucking retain everything books. I was reading remember which chapter the information. Was in that. I was that. I was talking about to my wife or someone else, you know, like like shoot was standing out to me in a way Allison going back to college. Just for the fact that like I had never learned in or retained what I've learned in the way that I am able to do now in Kito, and so probably spent two solid years with a few carved as mixed in there. But for the most part in ketosis, then would've looked like us far as you get started nutritionally food eating like, oh, you know, like Donald Douglas, Tino says I started off pretty heavy in the dairy like a lot of heavy cream. One of my favorite things to do is grab a pint of Strauss creamy creamery headed dream in the mix in some English toffee stevia and shake that up and just sip it, and so that was my house the first ration- of fat bomb me, and you know, wasn't checking blood work wasn't checking cholesterol things like that. But. I do better with a wide variety of fats movers. Pufus all that good shit all KADO, especially so I think having a wider range of that rather than just dairy fat has really proved to be better for me long-term..

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"Remember, the first thing they create teeny. Like, okay, there are some supplements that work there's some that are bullshit there some that work in. It's it's easy for me to tickle the creativity bone because I have my hands so many cookie jars along with the podcast, which as you know, podcasting is fucking awesome to meet really inspiring intelligent people in learn from them. And then share that message with the world. So what is the biggest thing that you've learned from the human Guinea pig been here like compound, or you know, playing with shit has been fun. I've been playing with AD treatments as a bio hack, so injectable Ivy in a d is been. It's been remarkable giving us any deer in our nicotinamide beside. No, I mean, actual NASD plus injections in the veins NR's good for boosting it with polyphenyls like there's products like and things like that. They show better results with older populations. But I think for people who are young and in shape and healthy fasting sauna things like that will boost any better than most supplements will, but actual injections have been fucking incredible. Like, it doesn't feel good. Yeah. But afterwards, I mean, the the mental clarity and energy that have I did it eight days in a row to start load, and I was put myself through the ringer. Like, I be in the sauna everyday for nearly an hour working out as hard as I can do in altitude training hit nice bass twice a day in I could not run myself down plus having a strolled not sleeping in never got sick. Never got run down. Never overtrained could not over train. So there is some serious medicine with any treatments, and that's been cool because it's something that's that's covered here for me to try and report back on this one of these things that I think that is a lot of information. I think that takes up mentally I have not seen any science to actually prove the mechanism IB makes more sense. But still I think the compounds are very very different. So I'm gonna try it. It's one of these things like just like us bullshit. Yeah. So if I hear about it and people are saying that it's good for you. I mean, look at the risk reward ratio. That guy risk is that you just feel awful for a couple of hours reward is that you feel great for extent of your time. And then beyond that potentially that you have much more reward of longevity and go and signs about how entity works Eddie pleasant ADHD. But like I think will overkill for now. But yeah, I mean, there's a lot of proposed benefits to it that we see. So I'm going to try it out. And see I think you're going to dig it in for sure, you know, I mean. I certainly feel an energy boost whether that's a direct effect on conjure or not. I don't know. But I know to some extent that it's working, and it's continued to work. I'll tell you that plane with compounds like theobromine ingredient in Akao in really finding like what is the upper limit of that, you know, there is enough. Graham in here and almost passed out during the meeting Aubrey was sitting in this chair looking cross a he was like you do. All right, man. You're kinda pale now it's fucked. I went full body SWEB hills ago lay on that couch right there, and I'll just listen in on the meeting in China, and if I need to, but I have to lay down here, I was gonna turn inside out in his probably like six hours of that young. So it was not fun. But that's really where I can find. I try to find my own dosage range kinda like Sasha Shoghi did with psychedelics. And then I'll share. All right. Here's where I see this upper limit of of things. But when we plan this range, we'll test out that among the inner circle here at on it with Dr Vince Kripke where PHD in Aubrey and some other athletes, and then from there, let's extend that group out and see, you know, who's experiencing what side effects, and then what products can we incorporate this into because it's the product that could do very well in a number of things we offer..

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"And if you do the thing you don't want for long enough, and you save you do. Right. So that way you can start your own business or you can't put yourself through school. You can leave the country to a place. That's better fill in the blank, whatever that that thing is that's the proper use the prostitute archetype, the improper use of that archetype is simply, you know, for yourself out for the rest of your life in just get by. Right. But we do that all the fucking time with our with our day jobs with our our spouses, significant others, we accept what is we take that as this is my life for the rest of my life. Where did you learn about this for the first you grew up with your parents or family teacher? This was that football touchy were fighting touchy. I think I think know probably began to think about these things in fighting, and it really was just like what? I never wanted a desk job. I never wanted to work forty hours a week. That's something I feared in college feared when fighting or football ended, which led me to wanna still be athlete in start training mixture martial arts. But that type of reflectiveness happened with fighting for sure. And then understanding like there's nothing that I do. Life's too short to think that this is something to except for the rest of my life, and it sticks stood out to me because so many people fall into that. And you can tell when you meet somebody if they're in that Rudd right at a talked about this on my show before, but this idea of in elder versus in older in elder people that we respect their oftentimes have a wealth of knowledge, and wisdom, and they've been through a lot. They're older people that have gained the a wealth of wisdom through experience and want to share that. And they haven't lost their zest for life. They still have that they still have that spark. Maybe they don't move as fast. But they got it. You know, like the, grandma and Moana. Right. She's fucking got it. Right. So in tribes, we often would find more elders than olders in the west. We find a lot of older there's a lot of grumpy old pieces of..

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"Like, I wonder if it's a difference between obviously when when you're fighting. It's you body knows no difference from life or death scenario. It seems like it's every time as way more serious than I think may be football game. And I don't know if that's the difference. But it's kind of crazy like look at where the money is an NFL those players do not treat their bodies in their minds improvement like this yet fighting you have this constant it's kind of interesting. But yeah, that is interesting. I think there's something to what you're saying about the the level of importance with fight versus you know, football game. And you know, I. Played football since I was ten so I can attest to that myself outside of that like looking at fighting, you know, you might only fight three times a year if you stay healthy. But the fight is nonstop. I mean, I would I would think about it fucking twenty four seven, and which is great for the fight not great for family life. Another things if you want to try to accomplish things it's pretty hard to do that when your heads into places, but in terms of you know, how do I utilize that time constructively fun constantly thinking of how to improve? And I'm visualizing the fight outcome and working through practices and reviewing the sparring sessions. I just had and what can improve was not fast enough was you know, whatever fill in the blank on on how to improve. That type of reflection and thought and effort mentally put into that thing pays dividends. And it doesn't matter if it's fighting or if that's your fucking day job that you go to forty hours a week. If you're if you're outside of work, if you're outside of those hours in your putting in the mental reps necessary improve it's gonna show yachting self self reflection. Is one of the biggest things men what you wanna do to improve. Like, you said, you sparring session. You look at working to improve. I mean, look at breaking it down in looking at that on actually implementing things one of the challenging things that people don't realize that you accept to the work. Yeah. That's the word. Right. Yes, uncomfortable, because he has to realize that you know, you did you did stuff that you did not approve of or that you just trained in growing school. Like if you don't get an aide, that's bad and you fail. You have to move on was like life is not that simple. You can fail improve in adjust in try to test again. Dip, fight sometimes failings. Not really good. But yeah, I mean, I think that that this concert reflection isn't in that we don't really learn as growing up which is a shame. We think that it's a one shot, and that's it. And after that, and I know you trying again no to proving. Yeah. I mean going back to football. Like, I would you shall up told what to do your told how to stretch for how long you counted out? One two three captains are counting at the front. You goes through the warm up. He goes through the practice. You go through the game goes through film review in your coaches, the one that's telling you where you wearing when you fuck up wearing when you do. Right, right. So this always the external coming in telling you what you're doing good in what you're doing wrong. So that really takes off this. Idea that I'm gonna have a need to have self fluctuate. I need to be thinking about these things on my own. So I really can't take an introspective look into what's working. What isn't right? The it's blind faith trust work when you have a good team around you. But you know, there's a lot of people that get in mixed martial arts or anything else or even just a job in they accept. What is they don't have the balls to really pull back the curtain say like is this for me is this something that benefits me is the something? I should do long-term resist only going to get me by for the time being. And it's fine. Either way as long as you know, it if you're not if you're not looking at that and understanding Paul check from with his work because the prostitute archetype it's fine to be a prostitute. If you're doing that thing, you're prostituting yourself just to build up enough money or enough, whatever. So that you can actually do the thing you want later..

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"How do I work among mobility water, some of the Hormats stressors like ice, baths and things of that nature? That will help me recover more in. Lower inflammation and soreness in. So it really was the catalyst for me wanting to learn like that was it. And I've read more of the fighter than I ever didn't college prior to that. So that was the fuel for me to become a better person, and a better athlete, and in that there was a lot of carryover. So how do I stay calm in the storm in a fight will that meant I had to learn breath, work had to learn how to control my mind. Learn how to actually quiet my mind meditation different practices like cheating on that. All came from fighting. That'll came from someone trying to take my head off and be panicking. Right. So okay. I'm doing this. I want to do this. I'm not doing it correctly. There's a better way you look at a guy like Bruce Lii talking about the difference between a guy who fights angry a guy who fights com, and you can see it. You know, if you watch a fight, it doesn't take like some type special I or special training or or fans manship to understand that you can watch somebody who's com or even fucking. In a barroom fight. You know, somebody who's just flying off the rails is gonna wind up in squeeze with every ounce. They're going to punch way slower and they're oftentimes gonna get knocked out. So things like that really gave me the tools. Into that are utilized now as you work with a Costa these things did you self-reflection after every was like, okay. What can I do better than you? Dress those things how boys you so I had let's see for the reflective piece. I'll talk about that second for the coaching stuff. I worked with two different sports. Psychologists one worked with me primarily on visualization. The other one worked with primarily on breath work and meditation practices, like she gone. I also boxing coach who was native American. He would take me to the reservation before and after every fight camp, and we would do traditional Tim, call sweat lodge. And so we would do that before every fight camp to kind of zero in on what we wanna accomplish during the camp. And what the game plan is in strategy clear any anything from the last fight. And then go forward after every fight. We'd go back, and we use that as a healing ceremony to let go of the things to reflect on whatever was positive. What wasn't in just move forward from there? A lot of fighters have at approach where they constantly had feedback improve incorporate nooses in their life improvement. Yeah. You have to. I mean, I think if anybody's good, and I wasn't great the you have C level. But I I fought for a long time, so great by standards of someone on the street for sure, and I think that in order to to sustain that level. Even if you just you know, like if you look at a guy who plays in the NFL for six years, but you don't really see much on TV. The guy was still a fucking great football player. Right. And so what does that take to get there and stay there? It takes the constant search for knowledge for looking for self improvement. And if you look at any of the best guys in the world often, I got to train with a lot of chocolate l look rock, hold Cain. Velasquez Dana Cormie all these guys from aka in in different groups of people Ryan Bater who's now looking to be the two division champion ability for light heavyweight and heavyweight they're constantly fine-tuning. They're constantly looking for whatever the latest edges whether that's out to do training or some type of recovery system. They can use normative boots. It's all it all exists. Right. And there's constantly new technologies coming out so Witter's really paying attention to that in has access. They're gonna see results. And I think the people that as anything in life. If you're if you have an interest in it that's gonna find you way, or another, and you certainly see out with guys that are performing very well. But one of the interesting parts of that is that. To the lot of NFL players when I was in private practice, and to my surprise cross almost every organization that I'd like maybe seven or eight of them that I knew the inner workings if it didn't have any of these resources available.

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"But but having a little bit more trust in faith in what would transpire made it a little easier to let go fighting. So as a positive is something that's gonna like you started doing one thing Domino's lead to you being on that. Or was there an interest of like after you kind of got butting post fighting for fighting was this like, you're like, okay. I wanna I wanna do that see guys TV on fought a lot growing up and loved it. It was like the only time where I felt real peace. Ironically, like, I just felt like I didn't think about anything else, you know, to only one hundred percent present. I think if people read a book like the of superman or stealing fire, and you begin to understand what flow states, look like, I wasn't an adrenaline junkie. But I was a flow state junkie and fighting brought me flow in a way that nothing else could not football, not anything and. Not knowing if fighting another trained professional would would would give me the same kind of feeling or not you know that that kind of kept me on the fence. But there was a guy I was training with who ran a local promotion rezone called rage in the cage news like just get in there, man. You're you're big. You're heavyweight look good. Get your feet wet. If you like it, you can continue if you don't you never. You never have to fight again. I'll do one in one of my first two fights and under thirty seconds. So pretty and that's mostly just on us. Lettuce is coming off a football and things of that nature. Lot of guys in lower promotions are barroom brawlers that are just they're trying to fight through JAL tissues, not really gonna they're not gonna out to shit as a fighter, you know. So it was easy to to just overwhelm with speed and power instead of actual technique. Did you notice funny that you brought that up? Did you notice that people generally had out of like psychological issues were holding him back in like that's what led the near? The only reason guy would fight sixty time. Times with a about a fifty fifty record was if they had some fucked up to them, right? I mean, there's that's something. I said from day one was if at any level, I get to a point where I'm batting five hundred. It's time to get out because it's too much damage on not wasn't fighting one hundred twenty five pounds like Dimitrius Johnson. And those guys take damage to. I'm not trying to discredit their TI issues in C T in all that shit. Devon's at every at every level, but certainly light heavyweight we have chocolate Dell and you Ortiz John Jones dente Cormie disguise that hit like Mak drugs like to to put myself in that especially for the lackluster amount of money that you make as a fighter it just didn't make sense anymore. You know as I was winning. It was very easy to stay in there for shitty. Pay because I was winning and the opportunity to move up the ladder fight for title. It was always the, you know, the carrot from the horse's mouth can be going. But the second started losing again once that. Got to where I was foreign foreign the USC. I said if I lose this one amount than lost that one and retired in heaven really looked back. Yeah. Did you notice that you had anything that works while you prepping mentally for a fight during that got all sorts of later on you, should that was really holding me back point biting taught me, you know, we had on the human optimisation our podcast with me just a second ago in we're talking about, you know, your background. And what led you in health and wellness fighting for me taught me everything about how to treat my body in my mind. There was a reason to learn that stuff I knew I had to cut wait to to make it down. So I wouldn't be a super small heavyweight. Right. So I figured out how to cut weight and how to get lean in lose fat for just so I could fight it to a five at light heavyweight. And then from there it was lower systemic, inflammation out our recover faster..

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"Kyle thanks for being on the show, man. Oh, yeah. To be here. You have one of the most interesting careers or job titles that I've ever heard of in my life other than weirdo, which came in my this morning before we get to that. I think you have also super interesting story last couple years where you got where you're at super interesting did. So maybe just rewind the clock. I don't know ten years and just the path Yar now, we're where's that thread start? Yeah. Let's see ten years ago. It's good place to start. What is it twenty eight to two thousand eight just finished football and. At St. got pretty depressed with not knowing what to do than started getting in mixed martial arts in that direction in a sense of purpose. Did you have aspirations ago NFL on? Yeah. I just when I was playing Zona state. I sat the bench. So I knew I wasn't gonna go pro, you know, junior senior year the writing was on the wall. I just didn't know what I wanted to be when I grew up, and I didn't like the things I was learning in school. Even though I Ron Isley. I used them all out a podcast started communications in sociology in psychology in you know, things that fascinated me were what makes people tick, you know, differences in societies and things of that nature. And then you know, how we talk to one another. So obviously, that's all these things are incorporated here, but started mixed martial arts did very well at the lower middle promotions before get in the you have C two thousand eight for ten years ago. Been Megan on the ultimate fighter season eight that launched my career in the US. Fought there for six years and retired not knowing what I was going to do..

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"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"kyle kingsbury" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"So, you know, it's just and I think it's just releasing that idea of needing to, you know, have some grant and strategy and just saying like, look, I'm I'm a human. I'm going through stuff a lot of times that's going to resonate with what you're going through. And so I'm just gonna talk about it seemed like, you know, you're very enlightened person for lack of a better term. And I think when you run into people that are enlightened you kinda recognize, you know, you run into someone like a Paul check or Kyle Kingsbury like you realize these people are different thinkers than than maybe kind of ordinary person that that really is focused on their nine to five they're focused on where their next paycheck's coming from. And and maybe they got kind of caught up in in, you know, really just paying attention to the day today, and they can't really think a lot deeper than that. Or just never have never been exposed to it. What are some things that you've been exposed to over the last couple years have really helped you? That helped you grow, you know, physically mentally in all aspects of your life. Well, I'm gonna have been on a pretty consistent ceremonial plant medicine journey since I was eighteen started with a vision quest with so side letting high. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's definitely one way to look at it. I mean, sometimes it's getting real low like that's the that's the interesting thing like high has that connotation that it's going to be fun. You know? But you do I walk in the jungle most of the time, it's not gonna be fun. Most of the time you were going to be confronting your deepest, darkest fears in the scariest place pitch black in the middle of junk, though, with someone singing songs that have been that are three thousand years old in the pitch dark as you're nauseous vomiting think you're gonna die might be shitting your pants and Lewin and reality is slipping a real quickly that experience I wouldn't call exactly Getty high. You know, that's really getting low and in in. So some of those experiences have been really valuable, and then there's been also, you know, the lighter experiences like the meditations in the stillness and the floating sensory deprivation tanks and time in nature. And then there's been the learning. You know, the the great books that. I've been able to read books by like Ted Dekker, Paul Selig in some of my spiritual mentors. So it's been kind of a combination of these like experiential practices in that could be plant medicine that to be sweat lodge that could be you know..

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