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"laurier" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
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"laurier" Discussed on The Athletes Podcast
"And then there's calisthenic athletes Literally so many I'm trying to think there's Warren out of LA my friend Austin a dotty In terms of like strength partner wise I've done really cool things with Josh Bailey in terms of like mobility. There's this guy I'm gonna get I don't know his Instagram handle for sure But it's like Ren sinky Ren But he does like this really cool like leg flare into like the dragon makes it look super cool And I'm like, wow, like that's mobility goals, too. So regardless if it's like handstands flips strength There's just so many people look up to one online. Yeah, given that it is mobility Monday Do you have a favorite mobility exercise or are you always trying to push like what you're capable of doing with your body, too? because I Some of the positions you're able to get into a wild and I just dream one day being able to do half of that but like Every single Monday, is that your routine or is that something you just came up with? I came up with yeah, I think I've been doing ability money now for at least two years or a year and a half I randomly just did it like outside. I was like, oh this cuz I'm really bad with captions It's like mobility Monday. That sounds that sounds flowy That sounds good, and I just started doing it over and over again each Monday and now people expect it It's not necessarily the routine that I do that day because I usually pre film everything But in terms of my mobility teams, I always try to incorporate different aspects like doing a beginner level versus a really advanced that way more people can do the challenges and like and Motivate someone to get up and try something cuz when they see it though Oh, I bet I can do that. And so my favorite mobility move is probably the dragon pistol It's like, you know, it's one of my most viral videos and it's one of the ones that everyone looks at It's like wow, that's really cool And it's also the first mobility moves that I tried myself that I was so bad at like it took me a long time I remember going to a calisthenics meetup and my friend Jared did and I was like yo, how do you do that? He's like, oh you just you just do it and I was like what and so I spent probably At least two or three months before I got it to a point where I wasn't messing up and taking an hour to like Get just one rep. And so now that I can just do it on demand is like that's that's one of my favorite skills Talk to me about the fact that it takes you an hour just to get that kind of routine figured out When all people see on social media is the finished product. I know they just see the 15 seconds the 12 seconds That's got to be as rewarding as it is to have all the positive like recognition and accolades afterwards It's got to be a difficult thing to wrap your head around because all these people think is just you can do anything all the Time and hey, there's a lot of hard work and effort that goes in behind the scenes. Yeah, absolutely So that's why I like in my stories to post on my bloopers again It's that relatability factor that people are like, okay good like she's not just like this random person who can do everything first try and I do like the bloopers because it's like I get to see myself in a training environment and like I make the funny faces I get frustrated and people see that and so I think That's like the one of my favorite parts of my Instagram is being able to show the process that it's sometimes it takes me Once I think one of my videos took me three days I was so frustrated and then I ended up using one of the takes from the first day Do you have anyone helping you with all of your social media efforts like you because you're all over the place Is it just a one-man band here one woman to be for a long time? And then I recently brought on a video team Probably a year now that we've been working consistently together where we batch a bunch of our content And we meet four times a month But I still do a lot like I'll do YouTube's here and there on my own still and then I'll do some of my like Quick reels on my own as well But for the longest time like it was me just filming editing like I think when I first started I would literally go to the gym At 8 p.m. I knew I had to post by 9 So I was like, okay, we got to get this video because if we don't I have nothing to post today, but now I'm a planner That's a stressful anymore. Yeah. Well, I think it's important for people to realize like despite where you are now, there's a lot of Effort hard work blood sweat and tears that went into the past five years 10 15 to just get to that point like Everyone just sees the final image without all of that foundation previously and I think you brought it up earlier But the calisthenics community probably played a part in that as well. Yes. Absolutely the calisthenics community. I say this all the time I love the calisthenics community. It's one of the best groups of people you will ever meet in your life Like what it what makes it is it the pursuit of effort? Just like everyone in a raw state of just like hey, this is your body this way you got what to work with Yeah I think everyone when you go to the meetups everyone is in this mindset of like being open to learning and knowing there's so much More and they're also so passionate about it as well like they're willing to help teach other people listen other people compete against each other and have like genuinely like friendly competition where it's not just like hardcore, I'm gonna beat you, you know, and everyone's uplifting and cheering and Whether you go up and you do like a tuck leg raise like one of the most beginner Calisthenic movements you will get the same height same support as someone who does like a flying 360 shrimp flip You know what? I mean like it's the people will support you at no matter what level you're at and I think that's what makes the community so Unique is because no one's there with big egos. No one's there trying to tear other people down It's like we're all just there to like love the sport and love each other and just have a good time Yeah, that's so cool. The Let's talk about Laurier because I feel like that was a pivotal moment Yeah She's gonna say the Golden Hawks. Everyone loves him Phoenix was put into Gymnastics at a young age same reason she was climbing around shit doing all this stuff and like her mom's like, okay We need to get this girl some places. Yeah So Laurier, obviously you guys are connected there Mickey as well reshow But like what was that experience like going to Laurier for four years? You win MVP for the cheer team in your fourth year like as the top Varsity cheerleader, I believe MVP, right? Yeah, I'm not mistaken Take us through those four years University what it was like. So Laurier. I actually wasn't I there was two auditions There was a cheerleading audition on the dance team audition and I was like, well cheerleading ones coming first I'll just do that one So being on the cheer team is kind of like a happy accident just timing wise and again It was one of the best things that I probably did because it gave me structure being there as an athlete You know, you had practice at a certain time and you had like a group of friends guaranteed type thing So it made me feel a little more secure in that environment as well And then I just loved going to the football games like the sideline That was my favorite thing in the entire world like I loved being able to cheer to the audience cheer on my friends who were like actually playing and then in terms of the Actual like first year to my fourth year first year. I won rookie of the year or no. No, actually, no I didn't I want most improved to spread it. So most improved most improved usually means like you're pretty not good Great a volleyball most improved. No big deal So you go from being like, oh you weren't very good to my fourth year being MVP That was a huge growth moment for me because again when I first started cheer I was terrified to be in the air and of course, I'm only five foot hundred pounds So, of course, I'm gonna be in the air and so I was terrified and then through those years I gained confidence and you know a little bit more skill and then I was able to pull off MVP So that was that growth in myself was really cool to see What's it like being tossed up in the air? I was terrified. I will never do it again I hate going up in the air like if someone's like we're gonna throw you in a basketball. I'd be like, no you're not So no future plans to do that for like a professional team if they ever offered never know I did recently do I saw that that's why I was asking Really fun, but James is also one of the best spaces in that industry So I was like, I trust you with my entire life. But if someone's like here go join this team, I'd be like Like I have a acro James here is my plus one wherever I go He's my base. So he's gonna be with me for everything. Yeah, probably a good base to have Yeah, is there like favorite people to collaborate with? I know you just mentioned James a couple others earlier But like some of the videos you're able to create with other Acro calisthenics athletes are crazy your favorite ones to actually do like you said the dragon pistol squat like yes Okay So one of my favorite collabs I think is me and Josh where I'm like Josh is like 200 plus pounds and I'm like Muscle holding him like this and like that was one of the cool ones to do cuz I pitched that idea to him He was like Taylor. No way like I'm massive and I was like, no, no, we got this So that one was one of my favorites a Dottie and I have done a really like a bunch of them in LA where we're like on that Topanga Hike with the graffiti that was really fun Cuz again, it was like the thing about collabs is being able to like build relationships and friendships So being able to hang out with people for a little bit before actually making the content going straight to the work aspect Is really fun same thing with Morgan we were in BC We did some really cool pistol squats and handstands, but we did like a hike all the way up a mountain So things like that I really like where you actually get to spend time with the other creators and get to know them as people and then you guys Get to have fun and like make content. Yeah, I told Phoenix we'll do the podcast first, then we'll start doing a bunch of flips Is that because that's the only thing you think I can do I Could it with some support that's for sure How much do you think dance helped you throughout this process because you said dance team was right after I know you were dancing previously like It all plays a role in like how you've been able to come this like incredible well-rounded athlete I'm sure you I think dance has helped because it's the Artistic piece of it like how it all looks together Cuz I know like gymnastics piece of me when I do all my skills is the straight arms the pointed toes straight legs And I like seeing that and then obviously the more like root strength stuff comes from the bodybuilding Calisthenics side and then the dance is kind of just a whole picture of it coming together like looking exactly how I want it to Look and I'm the kind of person where I'll redo a video if like my toe just like is slightly like crooked I'm like that aesthetically does not look good. Whoa Yeah, so I think that's where the dance kind of comes in just like the overall flow of how the video looks right, right? Right makes sense. And then how good does it feel wearing vanquish gear while you're doing all these incredible feats. I love it It's one of my new partnerships that I have and they've been absolutely amazing in terms of just like supporting me as an athlete I know when they onboarded they were like we just want to help support you and I think as athletes That's as like obviously there's monetary stuff involved but you always want to work with brands who like Believe in you as an athlete who want to like help you as a person and not just like The other side of the whole like business part of it So being a part of such a great team that has been so welcoming and even with like the time difference being in the UK Like they're unbelievable to work with they're so great Are there negatives to the social media now because I'm sure you talked about all the positives at the beginning You do you have to deal with the haters you have to deal with people? Questioning what you're doing like I think so. So overall I'm very very fortunate that I don't have a lot of haters on my Instagram Sometimes you'll get the random comments, but I'm kind of in this maybe I've because I've been in the industry for so long I'm just like I'm gonna be I'm gonna say whatever I want back We're like, it's not that I mean mean back, but I'll say things or I'm like, hey like are you doing? Okay, like do you need a hug like? Like saying something mean cuz you're like obviously some things, you know wrong with you a little bit If you're gonna be hating and just you can just scroll so I think now that I've been in the industry longer I'm okay with being like a little more cheeky with my replies Whereas before I would be like try to explain the whole thing and like, you know But you don't really need to explain yourself to anyone on Instagram. It's like it's your Instagram It's your platform if people don't like what you're sharing you can just simply scroll I think that takes a long time for creators to learn because we just want to Please our audience and as much as like and everyone always says like you can hit a hundred great comments But that one bad comment like don't focus your attention on that Give them like a little sassy reply if you want to like I do or you can just ignore it all together Yeah, that's one thing. I've been Reluctant to share as much because I you know receive some of that occasionally But it's like I heard yours yesterday talking about it I was like man I'm putting this out there for people who actually want to improve their health improve their wellness improve their fitness become a better athlete I'm not putting it out there for those negative nancies that are on And those people like I always wonder because I don't know what it is when you see something that you don't like for someone to Go and comment. They're in such a negative spot. Just like damn. Yeah, you need like I don't know a journal or something Something to write your thoughts in or something because the fact that you're online sharing something that's so negative when every thing else on Instagram typically is pretty positive. Yeah, like most people are sharing little bits of their life Just trying to create a positive environment. So it's it's unfortunate that some people are haters, but at the same time it's interaction. So engagement What was uh, what was your environment like growing up where your parents pushing you after the age of three to continue in gymnastics Did you play other sports? Yeah So I I just really really liked gymnastics and my parents were my parents like will support anything I do my sister did horseback riding. My other sister did like voice and tennis I was the only one who really did like acrobatic stuff and they were super supportive with it They were just like, yeah, if you want to continue with gymnastics great and then when I said, oh, I'm not like Happy anymore. They're like, okay. What else do you want to do? And like they were completely open to it They were never like no like just stick it out do it until you love it again They were very flexible. Like I even tried to circus camp and I did not like circus circus camp that one scared me So I did it for two days and they're like, you don't like it cool Well, just if you don't feel safe, we'll do something else. So my parents have always been very supportive of whatever I do Can you tell me what you did in circus camp? So my circus camp it was like it was supposed to be beginner level but because I did gymnastics background The teacher was like let's get her on the trapeze and like have her do this flip and then I'll like flip her upside down And whatever and I was like, sir, like I'm like six years old And so he did a flip with me I think and I did like a front tuck but then like he Over-rotated me or I shouldn't say that I over tried it myself and I extreme ownership there I just I just ate it to my face and that was like I'm good. I'm done You're like I'm gonna stick to bodybuilding competitions now I'm like, I'm out of this this space Yeah Well, okay big jump from six to you know mid 20s now, but you are competing in a bodybuilding competition not coming Yeah, 12 weeks out We're eight days and no sorry eight weeks six days I'm like you're doing this right now with way more energy than I would expect. That's because of the rain though. Yeah Yeah, I actually do have one of these like every day especially now because I'm surviving off of less than 100 grams of carbs a day Yeah, you're just ripping caffeine it does help little appetite suppressant a couple amino acids in here thanks to Rain energy Liam gummo and the the white gummy bear team. What's uh, What is that prep like less than 100 carbs? What's your protein intake look like? How about fats and then how do you feel? So my protein is 160 fats is 105, but we were recently just took away a rice meal So it now would be less than a hundred and then my fats are 38 So I'm like eating like 1400 calories a little bit under 1400 calories, which like that's not a lot of food No, and so I have to really space it out properly so I do have to make sure that my higher carb meal that I do have is right before I work out because otherwise It's like it feels like I'm in the in the trenches the trenches Overall though because I Have like a relatively flexible schedule. I would say that I am pretty good at being able to Create a space where like I'm not super tired I can take the naps where I need to I can kind of like fuel out my meals better I would say this is probably the most mentally challenging thing I've ever done because the fitness thing I tell everyone I can go to the gym. I can work out I can do the cardio I can do the flips It's the regimen of the diet and not being able to go eat out with your friends eat out with your family or just like When you're on the road and it's been a long day and you're like shoot like I really just want to grab like a really Quick wrap that's like still relatively healthy, but it's not in my macros. It's not my prep I have to go home and eat plain chicken vegetables. Yeah, so it's a little tough. It's a The grass is always greener on the other side, right? Because when you're not in prep, you have all this flexibility You can eat whatever you want, but there's no routine There's no structure and then you go to the other side of the spectrum in prep. Yeah, everything's routine You know exactly what you're eating and it's bland Garbage food sometimes like I got to get through this Mentally to avoid that like Crash at the end of the eight or twelve weeks now. How do you because you've this isn't your first show? Yeah, this would be my my third show techniques I did my regional and my national and this would be my pro debut pro debut trying to get that pro card So what lessons have you learned from those first two shows to ensure that you stay healthy? You stay positive because obviously that's you know, who you are. Yes, I would say my first time I did it we did Macro plan which was a little bit harder, honestly Cuz like I was the one creating the meals and so sometimes I just found it difficult to like level everything out where it all Made sense this time around we are doing a strict meal plan and I do think that's honestly easier for me mentally to just go in and do routine and just know what I'm eating and I Don't have to think about the meals which takes one less step away from me, which is really nice and then overall I think what's gonna be the hardest part is coming out of it on the other side, which is like the Coming out of like the strict dieting beat. What is it called reverse dining? Yeah that's gonna be hard because you feel like you deserve to eat everything in the world and you're like you gotta reign it in a Little bit and so for me, I think I don't know what that's gonna be like until I get there But I think now that I'm older and I know how bad it was back then I'll be more strict on myself now because back then that's when kind of like that triggering like bad relationship with food came in because I would Feel so bad that I wasn't following my macros that I wasn't counting anymore and I would just eat food and then I would like Hate myself and it wasn't necessarily that like I gained like a stupid amount of weight or anything like that But it was just the fact that my overall like body image changed my relationship with food changed and like that like little tornado of Terribleness just was really bad. So I think this time around then that I've been through that it'll be a lot easier Cuz I'll know like how terrible that was It's a vicious cycle. It is and then once you're in it, it's really really hard to get out of it and people don't realize the impact like the negative impacts that Doing a bodybuilding show can have because they think all of this person's up on stage. They're ripped They're in incredible shape when sometimes those people actually have the worst relationships with food and even just like the like you said the rebound after The reverse diet is so integral and people don't do it Well, and then they end up gaining a ton of weight back that relationship. So I'm glad to hear you Yes, I won't be it won't be I think to another part of it at that time I was in a different financial state as well So knowing that I had to like I just paid for prep I paid for all my competition to mean like oh now you have To pay for reverse dieting. I was like do I need to like can I can I make way? But I'm in a better financial position now where I don't mind spending the money and I do see the importance of it Especially because I've been through it and I think after talking to a couple of my friends who were also amateur bodybuilders at the time Too they said the exact same thing. They're like, honestly, it was a money-saving thing I just paid so much money and as an amateur you don't make money so it's just kind of like where can I save and Unfortunately, we think that's a space where you can when it's like it's not a space where you can Yeah, it's actually like probably where you should be allocating as much of your funds as possible Yeah, you can probably speak to the benefits of properly fueling your body Yeah, because you honestly feel like not only do you feel bad about yourself because how you look and what you've done to yourself But you also feel bad because you know, you're not energized. So like your actual like insides are not feeling good, too It's not just like your mental. It's like everything just kind of feels like it's spiraling. Yeah, your gut is actually your second brain Yeah, and it like what you're throwing in there directly impacts how you're feeling your performance Yeah, your energy levels how you sleep everything like that. Is there a stuff that you avoid or include in your diet? I know you're a transparent labs athlete. Yes. What are you consuming as far as nutrition supplements are concerned? I take a multivitamin. I take vitamin C vitamin D a fish oil a fat burner, but that's only cuz I'm on prep and then I also have my protein powder creatine glutamine and L tyrosine Are my main ones and magnesium tell me sleep at night. Yes. Yes. Magnesium like changed my entire sleeping I was like, wow, this is so nice. I Can occur because I dealt with the same thing and it does make a big difference here's something that I'd love your opinion on because Females are constantly concerned about the fact that they are going to get bulky if you work out Yeah, and this is a big pet peeve of mine because females will not get bulky No one will get bulky from working out a couple weeks a couple months. It takes years Specific diet. Yep. How do you feel? How do you reply to women that ask? I don't want to get bulky or avoid getting bulky. I want to get lean. Oh, I hate that I want to be toned. I hate that one so much But in terms of like when people say like oh, I don't get too bulky I'm like, let's break it down for me I've been working out for how many years I pay attention to what I eat and I'm still not bulky and I'm trying to get bulky. That's the thing Like I remember on my book we did I think it just a mini bulk like eight weeks I still didn't get big like the muscle mass was not crazy and I was like I was eating like 2,400 calories training the specific way for it for a long period of time and I still didn't get that way and I was like so if You're someone who's new to the gym and you're picking up lightweights not following a routine Going maybe two three times a week for 35 to to an hour and you're not paying attention to what you eat I was like there is literally no way that you're gonna get bulky Because there's so many of us who are purposely trying to and it takes years for that bulk to happen It's not just okay lift a weight in your bulky because otherwise we'd all be jacked, right? It's yeah, I I'm so glad you yeah I shared the same opinion because even like I am a big advocate for creatine both the mental benefits Physical benefits performance etc. You're like, oh, I don't want to take that I get even bulkier Okay, it's actually gonna help you potentially lose some weight increase your performance I Just I struggle trying to Because I'm not a female. Yeah, I'm like, hey, I you know, I don't have your body So I can't speak to exactly how it works But I've seen and communicated with enough individuals over the past four years that I can guarantee you if you lift weights three times a week You're gonna be just fine Yeah, and if anything even if you add muscle you're gonna reduce the amount of fat on your body We're just gonna make you look more quote-unquote toned exactly looking for Yes, and it's like people don't realize that like they're like, oh, I'm gonna get big and muscly I'm like, no, no No You're just gonna have more shape to you which is gonna give you that toned look that you're looking for where you have like Nice arms and shoulders like I know so many women who want nice shoulders, but they won't touch a shoulder press They're like no that's gonna make me huge. I'm like I press 50s and my shoulders are still not capped. Okay, like Yeah, like my pressing strength not to like toot my own horn. It's pretty good Like I chest press 75s and I shoulder press 50s. I bench 165 from my rep range so I'm like I'm strong and the arms are not like You know what? I mean? Wow. Yeah, those are some legit numbers. I know I do flex my pressing numbers Don't ask my pull-up numbers. They're not as high Well, I mean that doesn't even matter. You can still do a million pull-ups. Yeah. Yeah, that's crazy good for you Have you always had that pressing strength? I think so I think I've talked to a couple gymnasts who have now transferred into the weightlifting world and they said like most of us do Pretty well on pressing movements. Yeah, I mean when you're having to literally pick your body up with just with your arms There's a lot of stability muscles in there that people who are just in the gym don't train and don't see the The benefits. Yeah working right exactly. That's what I think like calisthenics alongside Actual weight training resistance training probably with isometric training as well. Shout out to Brad Thorpe like is important Yes in everyone's lives because you are the testament to probably the most well-rounded athlete Yeah, I think like overall if you're able to you know bench press 165 whatever plus You're not just physically able to push those things You're just doing manipulating your body in so many different ways Is there anyone that you looked up to when you were a kid? It was like, oh, I want to be like her or him So I think when I was in the fitness world, I looked up to a lot of CrossFit athletes Like I love Sarah segments daughter She's like my favorite CrossFit athlete ever and I also like Katrin is a lot as well and they just again They looked like such strong and like beautiful females to like they were still feminine. They were still strong They were great and then in terms of I guess calisthenic athletes Honestly, one of the og's like Chris Horea, I think I pronounced his last name He's really cool because he looks like a very strong guy, but he does he just does all body weight stuff So I feel like that's something that's pairs so well With like everyone in aesthetics. They just assume you have to do the bodybuilding route But it's like calisthenics can also very much build your body just the same So especially during the time where we none of us had gyms It's like oh like this is a perfect time for calisthenics like make its comeback It totally and I think it did. Yeah, everyone loves calisthenics now. I know so many people who like never even thought about it They're like, yeah, I do dips. I do pull-ups. I do a bunch of stuff and I was like, wow, this is good Yeah, you mentioned the big four for calisthenics are the squat pull up Dip and then push up push up Yeah, and those are like if you balance if you get those four then you can kind of have your foundation for your calisthenics journey Yeah I would say once you have those four that's when you kind of branch out and do the more Advanced things and I do think calisthenics is so important because if you can't move your own weight It's gonna be really hard to try to go really heavy with other weight It's not that you have no business of moving other weights I know some people like oh if you can't lift your own weight, you can't lift other weight But it's like someone who's 300 pounds. It's gonna be really hard for them to do a push-up You can't expect them to never do any dumbbell work until they can push themselves up I think it's really important just to pair the two So again, you get those core stability muscles all the little stabilizers in your body working So that way it makes the dumbbell stuff easier and safer. Yeah, that's The safety aspect is important too because people will push the limits when if you can't control your own body Like you said yeah, you have no right throwing around additional weight I'm looking at your socks. Are you a Jordan fan? I just like these socks in particular I don't know why they're just like the the quality of these socks are immaculate They're like the perfect thickness and softness and because I do everything in socks I need them to be like not necessarily sticky But I need to have some traction on like the carpet that I train on and some socks I just I slide and so these ones just have Not done that. So these are my perfect socks. I love these socks. Okay. Okay little Jordan man I might have to hook you up with some outweigh socks Rob Fraser, oh, he's got his own socks. He started his own. It's like a hundred million dollar brand now Yeah, they have some good socks to you. Yeah, I do love socks. They are my brand the white socks I've been wearing them since ever there. They make some legit ones We'll get you some of those scent will also get you our ice shaker or the athletes podcast ice shaker that we have with Chris Gronkowski Yes, okay. So he's also we're gonna get you one of those and rooted So it's like a multivitamin but it also provides immunity electrolytes and hydration So it's a little all-in-one. It's an all-in-one. That sounds good. I've never heard of that one Yeah, they're from Manhattan Beach little California company as well. So Oh Adam's Chimaera there. It's legit rooted It's like yeah more affordable athletic greens Okay, okay good little options, but I okay we're talking about brands. I mean you drink one rain a day You're wearing your your vanquish gear What else do you do? Like you've got your Hoka As far as training are you running all the time as well on those? No, I just like these because I wanted a white clunky shoe, you know, like I'm not a runner. I'm not a track star I am much a cycler. I will be on the like the spin bike all day long, but to run I don't particularly enjoy it And I'm also not a good runner Like I'm sure you've seen my youtube videos of me running with straight arms Not a good look so I try not to do that very often. Hey, it works for like Andre de grass So yeah, that's true. It could be it could be my calling It's all we're saying the Canadians are still capable of doing lots of incredible things Jeff Adler just won the CrossFit games Pat velner came second and then fick ouski came in fourth like Canadians we got to do a better job about highlighting what we're doing because yeah, we're humble We're like caring as a nation, but we don't like to pump our own tires Like you said you didn't even want to toot your own horn when it comes to all of your incredible pressing abilities Why is that? Why are Canadians not? Capable of sharing what we do. I feel like we're all just like I think you said like we're just all too polite I think and I feel like because There's certain countries out there. They're like we are the best like we're the best like I feel like we feel shy to be like Yeah, we're good, too You know what? I mean That's how I feel like as an athlete too when it comes to like there's so many well-known people in the United States and like Across like in Europe and stuff, but you'll never hear the calisthenic athletes in Canada who I know are like friggin strong They'll be like, oh no, like the European athletes are amazing. And I'm like, well, so are you like you are also amazing So I think yeah, I think we just like to stay a little more quiet humble But I think that also works for our advantage because we're very unassuming so we come in and then we're like We're so good. Just boom. We're here. We're Canadian. Where where's the where has been the favorite place for you to travel? Do your competitions be able to like collaborate with people because it's taking you all over the world Yeah, I would say so my favorite place to go in terms of collaborations and like hanging out with people is definitely LA That's where majority of my friends are. I would never live in LA. So it's not my favorite place to be My favorite place I think I've ever visited would be Arizona. Actually. I really liked Arizona. I went there in 2019 And I just like the hiking out there I like the dry heat and so eventually my goal is to move out to the states part-time and just live out in California when It's all wintery and cold here. I hate the cold. Yeah We're we're gonna be in LA in a week. So we'll be probably chatting with a couple of your friends down there, but the You bring up Toronto. I know in one of your videos you mentioned that you don't love the city when it's wintery cold I hate the winter There's pros and cons though, I think like there's a lot of people here You see there's a ton of like allows for more collaborations. You got your gym up in Richmond Hill, obviously good life showed out to them Good life and fitness connection. I'm both that so I like I like both of them What's uh, what's the deciding factor between where you go for each one? Because everyone has like a maybe if I'm trying to get after it I go to this one and then if I'm trying to you know I would say good life is my like social gym It's the one that a lot of my friends have memberships to so it's easy for me to meet up with my friends go work out with them and then fitness connection is the one where I can just like Buckle down and get my workout done because it's a little bit less busy and the equipment there is all really good Like they have a really good hip thrust You don't have to the annoying setup or anything like that and just it's more people just let you do your own thing They're like, no one stops you and says like oh, hey, how's your day going? Like it's very much just like in and out and I can be efficient I can be hard-working and that's like where I go down for my serious workouts. Good life is great But it is more social for me like I tend to have like slightly longer rest breaks cuz I'm talking to my friends or like I'll Prolong my workout a little bit more just cuz I know it's it's a commercial gym So it's it's never gonna like it they're open 24 hours. So I'm just like I'll go like 8 p.m. Instead of 6 What's uh, what's it like having your workouts constantly interrupted by fans and friends? So most people actually don't interrupt my workouts too too much I think they Wait till I'm usually finished like when they see me like kind of packing up my bag and going they go I just want to say hi or whatever. Like if I'm like putting away a weight, they'll kind of stop me It's never like a nuisance. It's never trouble. I personally love it I love being able to connect with people in real life, especially if someone's like, oh, I've been following you since like 7k I'm like, oh my gosh, like you are it. Oh You've been here from the beginning when like I used to post my videos with no music. So boring I don't know why I used to do that. I look back and I'm like, what was I thinking? But no, it's really cool to meet people. And again, it's it's that fact of seeing how you've impacted their life Whether it's like oh I saw this one thing you said on a story or like you commented back to me like knowing that those little things that I do where I comment back to everyone answer everyone's DMS that they do go a long way and that people do appreciate it So it's really nice to get to know the community in person. Mm-hmm Yeah, that is something that people don't realize it's important for creators to interact in real life, too Yeah, it's the best part to be honest It's no fun sitting around a screen and just communicating with people Yeah, it's doing stuff like this where you get to chat learn like listen to what other people have going on in their lives You're like, oh, I'm not the only one dealing with this stuff, right? It's so much better. Even when we met on the Etobicoke Ridge like a year ago. Yeah Literally, I think I was like doing like a grenade photoshoot or something. Yes. Oh my gosh Yeah, and there's this random guy like do you what's going on when you're gonna come on the podcast Cuz it was the second time I think we'd connected anyway, I was funny I was just like I was with Phoenix We were on a walk. Yeah, she's like David come on. Not right now. She's in the middle of shoot. I'm like, hey I'm like we're in real life. This isn't just me DM it Anyway, yeah, because obviously I had identified you as like one of the top Toronto athletes Influencers, whatever you want to be classified as because I think it's like well, it's important for people to see what you're capable of doing When you were only at 7,000 followers, yeah years ago, right like that you did post your Instagram videos without any music like again people only see the finished product and I Just want to say thank you for sharing your story and being able to like Open up and explain what it's like the process the ups and downs Are there things that you want to share that we haven't talked about today? Um, I guess the most popular question I always get is like how people like how I got started why I get started like if you're Someone new entering into it like what to do. I think the most important thing about social media is being you're like authentic self I think that's what is gonna resonate with everyone so much more because everyone can tell when you're Putting on a front and stuff like that and at the end of the day That makes it feel more like a job Like, you know if you have to show up as a certain person you have to act a certain way to be your social media Persona, I think that's also what kind of makes it not fun as well because it does feel like a job Whereas if you just are sharing the genuine self, like you can be goofy you can be funny You can be sassy whatever you want and people are there because they genuinely like you You don't feel like you have to please anyone you can just show up and people really appreciate that And so when people are like, oh like should I try doing this? It's like no, no, don't try just just do do it I know it sounds Yeah, it sounds so silly like just do it like oh my gosh, that's such a stupid thing to say But honestly, it's just showing up and if you want to film yourself Messing up if you want to show yourself being super successful or just whatever like I think People really enjoy You because everyone's nosy, you know what I mean? Like us creators say that all the time It's like you don't think people care but like people care about what toothpaste you use what hairbrush you use They just want to know more about you. And so that way you can all feel more connected. Yeah the What kind of toothpaste do you use Colgate? I'm a Colgate girly No, no sponsorship deal with them yet. No, I you know I would love a sponsorship deal with a toothpaste brand cuz I smile all the time. I'm like guys I'm the perfect role model free and people always ask like oh like, how are your teeth so white? Come on Colgate Literally, this will probably become a commercial Yeah, we'll set something up you're gonna have like a box at Colgate honestly free floss and toothpaste be great You do have a good smile. It helps. I mean, it's man. It's brilliant. Um, I have a couple live one question here that curious How do you feel when people question whether cheerleading is a sport or not Oh, that's a good one So I think people who don't think cheerleading a sport are people who've just never been one acrobatic but to have never been part of like something where It's like a team aspect like that because they assume the people who are only like doing the sport of the people lifting sometimes And they consider the flyer just like oh, you're just getting thrown up But it's it's a sport and it's so dangerous is one of the most dangerous sports There is like the I've been injured all my injuries are from cheerleading. Really? None of my injuries are from anywhere else Wow Fractured my tibia and pulled my hamstring and I got two major concussions during cheerleading Everything else I've done in my entire life scot-free Yeah, knock on wood but no cheerleading is definitely a sport it's such a Mental sport for everyone because realistically the person on the bottom like you're catching that person regardless Whether it's a knee to the face elbow like you just have to be in it and it's also a sport in the fact that it's so Dynamic like there's so many different parts of it like you have to be strong and statically hold someone and then go tumble like a bunch of tummy lines then do jumps then do Dance and then go lift more people like four or five times within the routine like that's crazy. Mm-hmm. Like it's a lot So a lot's an understatement. Yeah, and it's scary and it's timed. I don't know and you have to be rhythmic to the music I don't know. There's just a lot that goes into cheerleading where I'm like, it's definitely a sport Yeah, I think if you're questioning whether it is you should try it Yeah, just try even like level one just try level one for me a level one two minute and a half routine and tell me how That goes it gets hard. It's a challenge out there for anyone on YouTube Level one two minutes 30 seconds. Yeah, let us know what you think. Give it a try. It's hard. Is that a That can transition from competitive gymnastics to cheerleading tons of crossover difficult There is a crossover because it's like the acrobatic part I wouldn't say being a good gymnast means you're gonna be a good cheerleader I do think there's more stress on team sports like for me personally The whole reason why I got into working out was because I didn't want to disappoint my team and I was like, oh my gosh There's like 28 other girls on this team if I mess up it's on me and I'm disappointing a bunch of other people So I do think that's a little bit different whereas gymnastics. You're more solo And then also gymnastics you just rely on yourself. Like you're the one flipping yourself through the air You're the one spotting your landing and cheerleading You have to be really trusting that if for some reason you mess up Your team is there to catch you and you just have to fall straight You know what I mean? like you don't try to catch yourself which is very different from gymnastics where you're like Super hyper aware and you try to like make micro adjustments and balance yourself and save yourself Have you ever considered doing? Diving. Oh, I don't like water. No, I feel like it would cross over right like you're doing the same stuff Yeah, like it but actually it doesn't so the reason why cuz there used to be a diver on my kit like my kids gym or whatever that I used to go to when I was growing up and they actually made her switch when she Got to the professional level of gymnastics and diving. They're like you need to pick one cuz diving you go headfirst Gymnastics you have to land on your feet and they were like we just never want you to be in a position where you rely On muscle memory and for some reason it takes over that you're diving to your head into the floor So there is that safety concern even though they are very similar. They do make you pick at one point I'm glad I asked. Yeah, I know something both those careers are off the table for me. Yeah Is That is your favorite meal kimchi chicken and Brazilian nuts. No, that was honestly a terrible meal I had that was I don't know I had no vegetables in my fridge that day and I was like, I guess this is what we're eating My favorite meal to eat is my steak isn't like mixed vegetables. Mm-hmm Yeah, cuz that's my end of my meal It's my fattier meat right because I'm really sick of chicken breasts Like I tried doing white fish the other day and I was like no, it's not gonna do it either Cool chicken breasts might be the most overrated. It's always chicken thigh. I know there's a little bit more fat I know but I can't have it. I don't think I can either have chicken thigh steak or salmon as my last meal I always like that steak. Yeah, but my other meal is either a white fish or chicken breast tilapia I won't eat tilapia like cod halibut had like anything but tilapia to me. I just cannot digest it I'm like, this is disgusting It's definitely a grind but you got to do what you got to do Like if I feel like you got to be resourceful and prep like chewing a ton of gum or like just all the water When I'm hungry, I'm like, let's just just like gallon of water to the face Yeah, just distract myself. Okay, but I did know someone told me that when you are like craving something I don't know if it's actually science so I could be saying complete lies right now, but a craving is only seven seconds long So if you can distract yourself for seven seconds the craving goes away. Mm-hmm. So whenever I'm like, oh my gosh I really want a pizza. I'll like start cleaning my kitchen. Like I'll just distract myself. You can clean in seven seconds Yeah, but so that's a life hack if you want to try it I don't know it seems to work for me It might be like one of those placebo effects though, but that's what I do Yeah, yeah Take my dog for a walk something where I'm just like, okay I'm craving something just completely drop my phone so I don't look at it and go do something completely different I was actually kind of hoping that you would bring rocket with you soon I was gonna ask if I could bring my dog by wasn't if I was allowed. I know I should know I should be like can I bring him but he's right now like just napping. You're just patiently waiting for you to come home Yeah, what's what's that been? Like I know it's been an integral piece of the past bit of the journey for you is raising a dog like that's important You know, it's been amazing actually like for me I think he's actually made prep easier because when I have a companion when I'm just miserable But to it's given me more structure to my life Like I now go to bed earlier because quite frankly I don't want to take him out to pee Down 17 floors at like midnight. Whereas I used to go to bed at like 12 or 1 o'clock now I his last pee is at 9 30 10 and then I go to bed and then I wake up He has to go to the bathroom by 6 a.m. So I'm always up at 6 a.m So it's giving me actually more structure to my sleep schedule which is really nice and it's kept more accountable for like just like simple things like getting more steps in because I Don't need to go for walks, but he does and so I definitely we go for To 20-minute walks and then to 15-minute walk So I do way more walking than I ever used to and just it's nice to have something that's like yours to care for It's like a loving companion. So it's been great. That's a it's so So cool having a pet around We've had it with Phoenix's parents out in Kelowna. Yeah, they don't also Necessarily help with sleep sometimes though, and I didn't saw you're wearing an Oura ring. Oh, yes, I do with although I will say like I don't If I ever do want to check it, but it's not something I check I'm not someone who lives or dies by the Oura ring Okay, or even their Apple watch because quite I actually have not charged my Apple watch since last November. It's a nice accessory Yeah, but like I literally I died when I came back from Miami and then I was just like I guess is dead And I just haven't watched it It's interesting. The wearables are an interesting kind of I like it as an accountability partner similar to you I'm not checking it every day though Some people are religious about it won't work out because of it Yeah, like their whoop like some people like nope, my whoop says I can't so I'm not gonna like interesting I I wear the whoop. I'm like, hey Personally, despite me maybe not feeling good. Maybe the workout will help me make me feel better. Right? Yeah 100 years ago They didn't have access to this stuff around your wrist And if you wanted to go for a walk or had to go get food you had to go get food Yeah, if you had to work the day in your work is manual, you know Yeah, I feel like the whoop is good So much but for me like I don't think if my whoop told me like hey like you should rest today What if tells me to rest like three days in a row? I can't do that or ahead of your calisthenics competition Yeah, like the day of my calls. I don't Mike tells me my recovery zero. I'll be like, well today's gonna Like I think it would really get in your mind for sure. Do you uh, Speaking of that competition has this prep allowed you to like, okay come Compartmentalize just like get rid of this prep and then focus on that competition after yeah So basically I was supposed to compete in July actually for calisthenics and then we decided not to do that Just because it was gonna be way too much work and I when I realized I had set two goals like that I look back now. I'm like you're stupid That was very ambitious and you did not really research too much. Yeah, it wasn't you weren't stupid. You were ambitious Let's do it ambitious without logic So, you know, but I am looking forward to competing in calisthenics in 2024. I think bodybuilding it's gonna be fun I know a lot of people ask like will I continue to body build? I don't think I Will I think this is gonna be my pro debut. I have my card. I feel like I should have used it So now I'm using it and I'm gonna do my first competition in October and then the naturals in on the 17th and then I think for me, I'm good Yeah, I miss regular life and with the lifestyle I have I miss being able to travel being able to eat Hang out with friends be social like the best part about collabs Like I said, it's hanging out with people. It's super boring if I'm like, hey, let's collab and then I can have rice and chicken Let me bring out my Tupperware. Yeah, like I can't go out and eat with everyone after I'm just kind of like sick So for my lifestyle, I do really miss that aspect. And so while I'm in this part of my life I don't think I would continue with bodybuilding post the natural competition. Yeah, and that's okay Yeah, I feel like I've gotten my feet wet I've done it I challenged myself because that's what I was looking for I was looking for a new Challenge and now I'm gonna do that challenge and I'm gonna see it all the way through and then after that I'm gonna be like Okay, cool Like we've done it if I for some reason if I fall in love with it Like I'm like, oh my god I love being on stage then like maybe down the road But I definitely do want a year off where I can focus on another one of my passions which is calisthenics and be able to put a lot of work towards that and again like show up as a Canadian athlete and Compete against other people from other countries and be like this is what we can do as Canadians. Yeah love that Yeah last question before we wrap up with the one we ask everyone your Consistency for flexibility is something that you've preached Yes for those who are maybe struggling to get down in you know The splits or even partially down to the splits. What are your recommendations for flexibility for folks? Flexibility. So my biggest thing is do it Even for like five ten minutes a day Like you don't have to sit there and do like an hour stretching sequence That is really boring. And if you're someone who doesn't like it, it's impossible to do like you just won't do it And so do something where it's like you're like on the kitchen counter Like you just do like a lat stretch really quick like as you're waiting for your food like find little ways to incorporate it in to your daily life where it's only gonna take two three Minutes and then slowly as you start to get more flexible like we all do we start like to do stuff that we're good at So then we start incorporating more and more And I would say when you're doing your stretches be intentional with it A lot of us just like to be lazy and like sit in something But even if you're gonna be like in slight discomfort of like pulling your finger back and feeling that tension That's like what you want to feel when you're stretching So if you feel that for like 15 20 seconds Start with that and then as you get more comfortable that discomfort you can go into 30 45 seconds a minute But I think a lot of people in general for anything fitness like to go in like all-in They're like, I'm gonna stretch every day for an hour. Yeah, and you're like, no you're not I don't even do that. You know what I mean? Like I stretch max for 20 minutes at a time Okay, I don't I don't do really long stretching sessions because I find it boring, too And so I again I find ways to make it more doable for myself where it's energy I'll do it when I'm watching a show on TV or like if I'm on the couch and I'm laying down My foot's like by my head. I'm like sweet. I'm stretching and I'm watching TV. It's great So yeah, can you just do what you did with your finger there again? Because I don't think You're gonna do this no, yeah, that's a that's a lot nice crack I got a couple of gymnasts over here Flexible joints. Yeah, I'll be stretching for the next 20 minutes every day for six years. Um, but Taylor I can't thank you enough for coming on the show sharing Insights wisdom of your journey the way we wrap up every episode as we ask our guest with their biggest piece of advice for the Next gen would be as someone who we've been getting on we're trying to get on for months If not years now at this point, it's 188 episode. It'll go live in two days exciting What would you like to leave our audience with? my biggest piece of advice is find something that you can do that you have a lot of fun with and make your passion into Something that you can like eventually monetize off of which I know sounds really like oh my god That's so easy but no really like you can literally find anything like we're in a day of age right now where it's like Anyone can make anything a career and like there's so much potential especially with social media And so it goes back to that just do it thing. Just be yourself Have your passion and just post about it and if you inspire just one person that is that is enough Like that's one of the biggest things and one of the best feelings in the world. I could not agree more Taylor Learmont, where can people find you on social media so that they can continue consuming this amazing positive content That's gonna get them healthier stronger living longer Little t fitness across all social medias little t fitness and if you want to follow rocket because I love him and he deserves to follow raising underscore rocket with two T's and As a little plug for little t fitness, you're still taking on clients, correct? I am I take more online clients than I do in person So online but then also my app is the best place because I know a lot of people are like where like can I train With you blah blah My app is I've put so much work into it to make it exactly like how I train and so if you guys want to achieve The things that I do like I've put so much work into my app and I upload programs every single month I have like actual being able to respond to you guys So as much as I respond on DMS on Instagram Like my app is more personal and I can have full conversations full videos everything like that. So my app and then online Amazing thank you folks for tuning in to the 188th episode of the athletes podcast Taylor. Thanks so much. Thanks so much for having me well Look forward to more content of us doing flips. Yes coming soon or trying Hey, thanks so much for tuning in to the 188th episode for watching this incredible conversation with Taylor I hope you enjoyed it. 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"It's karma but the 520 bridge will be closed for every minute of well Eastside fans heading heading for the two sold -out Taylor shift concerts at Lumen Field will need to use interstate 90 the same goes for the M's fans attending their series versus Toronto and those taking in the Capitol Hill Black Party or the bite of Seattle at at Seattle Center construction on the Montlake interchange closing 520 between i -5 and 405 from about 10 o 'clock tonight to 5 o 'clock on Monday morning while talking about the Swift concert her fans have crowded to the streets near Lumen Field Northwest News Radio's Jeff Pojal with more through the parking lot down the street and and around the block hundreds of Taylor Swift fans have lined the streets near Lumen Field just to to get a get piece of merchandise we are here for the blue crew neck because you can really only get it get in the truck and so we got here early so we could get it what's so special about it it's just like one is of those one -of -a -kind sweatshirts and I've had my eye on it for a while I knew wanted I it that's Janisha green who along with her friend was here at 3 a .m. to be first in line all all of this when there's actually no concert tonight the shows for Taylor Swift are Saturday and Sunday at Lumen Field Jeff Pojla Northwest News Radio and with all the aforementioned activities happening in the city Como force Jackie can't continues our coverage with business owners getting ready for the influx the Alliance Pioneer for Square and Seattle's Department of Economic Development are thrilled for the business boost following a pandemic and as neighborhoods like Pioneer Square struggle with crime and drug use we want people coming back want we people feeling safe we want people frequenting these small businesses there will be additional emphasis from SPD as all well is traffic control a note for drivers state and city departments of transportation are encouraging people to take public transit knowing all too well there will be large crowds and traffic with the closure of 520 mildly overwhelming but in a good positive way right this is what we live for is to have days like this and that's Como Forest, Jackie Kent reporting there coming up on Northwest News Radio we'll have the latest on weekend weather but first let's talk traffic will be a challenge certainly for the next several days we give you updates ten every minutes on the force from the high -performance homes traffic center and here's Kimmy Klein and right now we're even having issues with our ferries in fact the Font -Laurier ferry terminal is completely out of service right now for mechanical repairs at the dock so that you can't use that dock until further notice we have two hour waits at the Edmonds terminal one hour waits at Kingston and now we're hearing that the Mukilteo Clinton route will drop down to a one boat schedule after 3 .35 this afternoon we're seeing heavy backups into Seattle on South N -I -5 from 145th and Shoreline and on North N -I -5 North from Boeing Field through the convention center both directions of I -5 are really finding some big crowds getting towards the Marysville area there's blocking nothing but southbound's unusually slow approaching 4th Street North 5 is seeing that usual jam leaving the Boeing Freeway in Everett southbound 405 struggles before you even get to 520 in Bellevue all the way up the Kennedy Hill and then all the freeways around South Center already pretty difficult eastbound 18 is rolling slower along Tiger Mountain towards I -90 southbound 7 167 is thickening up south of Auburn towards Jovita both directions of I -5 busy around Enchanted Parkway and of course it's busy out of Lakewood into Olympia on South on I -5 like it is most Fridays but now north or the South 5 exit to Thorn Lane sounds it like there's an instant partially blocking this report is sponsored by expresspros .com express employment professionals has put than more 10 million people to work in the last 40 years in all types of industries find your next job at expresspros .com your next Northwest traffic at 214 here's our Puget Sound forecast sponsored by Northwest Crawl Space Services and Kristin Clark's at Como4 onshore flow ensures great summer weather for this weekend's outdoor
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"Southern California, hotel workers are off the job demanding higher pay on this busy travel weekend when hotels are full of families at theme parks and visiting places like Hollywood. Hotel workers walked out at over 70 large hotels. Diana Rio Sanchez is among them. We cannot afford even to buy our bills. The union representing housekeepers, front desk agents, cooks and servers taking to the streets representing about 15 ,000 workers. Their contract with the hotels expired on Saturday. Susan Monado is president of Unite Here Local 11. Many people live in their cars. The workers are demanding higher wages and better health care benefits. Alex Stone, ABC News, Los Angeles. A 4th of July warning in Philadelphia. Don't celebrate with firearms. D. A. Larry Krasner. Don't shoot your guns in air to celebrate. Bullets go up and they come down and they kill people and they hurt people and they terrified people. It is a very serious crime. Krasner saying don't do stupid and preparations a foot for a 4th of July tradition. Nathan's hot dog eating contest. It's weigh in day. M. C. George Shay introducing last year's champs, including Joey Chestnut, Joey's record 76 hot dogs and buns. Mickey pseudo 48 and one half. She hopes to break 50 to be the first woman ever to eat 50 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes. The binge begins at noon Eastern tomorrow on New York's Island. Coney This is abc news Northwest News time 1204 and let's get you to the roads with our Northwest traffic every 10 minutes on the forest from the High Performance Homes Traffic Center. And here's Kimmy Klein. Well, good afternoon. And every you could see some action on the side of the freeware just off the freeway north on I five just north of Marie V. Drive just west of there. There's a rollover accident response on one of the side roads. So traffic is moving slow on north on I five from 41st towards that scene. It's a little crowded in Seattle, 7 I five around the U district. Otherwise we're looking around great Federal Way into coma and around the airport. There is some minor crowding happening, though, in Thurston County, South 95 around Marvin and Road a little bit more approaching Highway 101. And both of our font laurier bash on south Earth ferries right now are running about 15 minutes behind schedule. This support is sponsored by Beacon Plumbing. Call Beacon today and save $50 on all green cleaning and sewer repair. Just call 1 800 freaking call. Begin plumbing your next northwest traffic at 12 14. Sound forecast sponsored by Crawl Northwest Space Services and from Como for Shannon O 'Donnell. Hi there, everybody. It is a beautiful Monday here in western
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"That this was a random attack and that there was no interaction between the suspect and the victim before the stabbing. And now we're learning that the suspect has been arrested before on allegation assaults. Court documents say he stabbed the bus rider in the neck as the vehicle was coming to a stop at Pacific and Broadway. The suspect got up from his seat, opened his backpack, removed a knife and then he walked towards the exit door. victim was sitting close nearby. The suspect stabbed the victim in the back of the neck one time and then off jumped the bus and ran. According to court documents, the 28 year old man has a criminal history. In 2021 he was arrested as a suspect in a domestic violence offense and an alleged assault on a deputy. In this transit case, security officers were able to find and arrest the man. Court documents say after he was booked, he tried to assault staff jail reporting in Everett, Karina Vargas. Come on news. Firefighters in Pierce County had to tackle a fire at a homeless encampment along Stewart Street near the Port of Tacoma. This morning's fire involved two RVs, cars two and two boats. There are no reports of any injuries there. Investigators haven't said how the fire at that encampment started. That's KOMO 4's Molly Shen. In smoky Washington DC today, senators from Idaho and Washington State tell their East Coast colleagues this is completely normal out West. More from Northwest News Radio's Corwin Haag. US Senator James Risch of Idaho gets his digs in. For those of you live who on the East Coast, welcome to our air in the West. This is KOMO. With wildfire smoke from Canada blanketing DC, a Senate committee convened a hearing on the federal response to escalating wildfires. Washington Senator Maria Cantwell joins in. America is waking up at least on the East Coast to problem this and we certainly have known all about it on the West Coast for some time now. J .Liv Hall Rivera with U the .S. Forest Service tells the elected officials wildfires are getting larger and lasting longer as the size and severity of fires has grown, so too has our need for fire personnel. She proposes hiring 11 ,000 more wildland firefighters. In the meantime, she says, the nation faces a June and July of normal above major fire potential for central Washington, central Oregon, the Alaskan interior and even the Great Lakes states. Corwin Haake, Northwest News Radio. 7 34. Let's get a traffic update from the high performance homes traffic center. Here's Natalie. If headed you're towards the font laurier ferry tonight you're looking at nearly an hour delay taking the ferry and lacy i south -5 south road work is going on until 10 a .m. tomorrow near Carpenter Road. The support is sponsored by Malcolm should bingo. No day matter the there's a time to play and muck shoe bingo matinee session start every day at noon and evening session start at 7 p .m. Malcolm should bingo in Auburn your home for machine go our next so this traffic at 744. The four is Shannon O 'Donnell checks our forecast she's in the Northwest well space services weather center well hi everybody and a good
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"Still in the planning stages or your several years in, will share stories from boomers who refuse to act their age and continue to live a life inspired. Let them show you how being old can be new if you know what to do with your host, Terry laurier. Hello. And welcome to kick ass boomers. My guest today is doctor Catherine, ST, Catherine is 87 years old, a bestselling author, practicing psychotherapist, a widow, a mother, a grandmother, and an activist for aging well. She's on a mission to dispel myths about old age and to end ageism, which limits an undermines the most experienced among us. She lives in a retirement community west of Boston, her recent book, 80 somethings, a practical guide to letting go aging well and finding unexpected happiness. Welcome Catherine. How are you today? I am just wonderful and it's lovely to be here with you, Terry, and I'm very excited to share this hour with you. Me too. And you look great and I'm happy to have you. Let's start our conversation today talking about your book and I'll repeat the title. It's 80 something a practical guide to letting go aging well and finding unexpected happiness. So how is being 80 different from being 70 and how has your life changed in your 80s? Yes, well, I think my life changed with a bank sort of a lightning bolt when I was just 80. I had an experience where I went for a hike with my a bunch of my grandkids and children. And it was a high guy and done for 40 years and our summer place. It's a small mountain. It's about an hour and a half in. But there's a little steep at the end. But this year, when I was just right at my 80th birthday, I kind of fell really soon. I scraped my knee. I kind of, when I got to the bottom of that steep place in which you have a little scramble, I realized I couldn't do it. I absolutely couldn't do it, and I couldn't believe it. But it was like this aha moment. I sat down on a stump and said just said to my kids and my son, I'm going to not go up and it was a moment where I had to realize, I couldn't just go on being doing everything I'd always done. So I sat in that stump, and I kind of had to come to terms with I am old, older. And I can't do everything. I had sort of thought of myself as super mom. I could still do push ups, look at, you know, and this wasn't a moment for me. So, and then I sort of went into a funk. Then I decided, well, I'm an optimist. I have a lot of good energy and finally I said, well, I've got to find out there must be some people that are managing being 80. And enjoying themselves and I wanted to find out, find out who's figured this thing out of being 80 because I was in a funk. And so I started interviewing people, but as I got going, I certainly was having so much fun. It was I was a good spirits returned. I had this project. It was going to be a book. And I interview people all over the country, not only in my own retirement community, but many states. I took it when I took a couple of trips..
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"Whether you're still in the planning stages or your several years in, will share stories from boomers who refuse to act their age and continue to live a life inspired. Let them show you how being old can be new if you know what to do with your host, Terry laurier. Hello. And welcome to kick ass boomers. My guest today is doctor Robert yoho, Robert had a very successful cosmetic surgery practice in California for many years. Now retired, Robert has become an author with his first book, butchered by healthcare, becoming an award winning book with accolades and reviews by doctors and others in the healthcare industry. Welcome doctor yoho. How are you today? Okay, thank you, Jerry. It's a pleasure to be here. First of all, as you've noted, I've quit the Foreign Legion and you no longer have to doctor me. So just call me Robert. Okay. That's great. Let me do the standard disclaimer, which we have to do because all the lawyers. Yes, please. This is not healthcare information. This is not to be taken as individual healthcare information. If you have a problem, you need a license provider to assist you. It's to be used at your own risk. And that's about. That's about as blanketed disclaimers you can make, but I believe every word I'm going to tell you. And it's informed by decades of my experience in my research of over four years. Oh, that's great. That's great. So tell us what happened that led you to leave your successful practice and write this book..
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"Whether you're still in the planning stages or your several years in, will share stories from boomers who refuse to act their age and continue to live a life inspired. Let them show you how being old can be new if you know what to do with your host, Terry laurier. Hello. And welcome to kick ass boomers. My guest today is hunter Leonard from Australia. Hunter is a business owner, author and speaker who has developed a significant reputation for outstanding marketing and strategic growth through his first business blue frog marketing. Hunter found it silver and wise in 2016 with the aim of combating ageism and discrimination. His aim is to change the world one mature age individual at a time. Welcome hunter, how are you today? I'm really well, Terry. It's lovely to be with you from the other side of the world. So it's so amazing that we can be talking. It really it sounds me every time I do it, but it's great to have you. I'm excited. Thank you. Likewise. You started your company, silver and wise in 2016 to combat ageism and discrimination. By the way, I love the name. Silver and wise. It's just so appropriate because we are. We're silver,.
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"Still in the planning stages or your several years in, will share stories from boomers who refuse to act their age and continue to live a life inspired. Let them show you how being old can be new if you know what to do with your host Terry laurier. Hello. And welcome to kick ass boomers. My guest today is Phil Martin over the past 35 years. Bill has been involved in theater as a writer performer, director and teacher is a published playwright songwriter and award winning television writer, having written for the Nashville now show on the old Nashville network. In addition, Phil is a transformative speaker with a passion for theater. He is the author of two books, take the stage, 64 leadership lessons learned from theater and play hard have fun a philosophy for life. Bill has written 13 musicals, including fatherhood, the musical. He has also received rave reviews for his one person show gateway coming to America. Welcome Phil, how are you today? I am doing great today. Thank you, yeah, it's been a good day. And my wife and I went for a walk and now we're back in the getting ready to do this. Good. I'm happy to have you. This is going to be a lot of fun because you're a theater person. And I am indeed. Fun, right? Well, let's hope so. That's how so. You know, theater people are really introverts at heart. I know. I've heard that. Yeah. Yeah. Well, Johnny Carson was an introvert and yet there is. Yeah, a lot of them I've heard are. So hopefully I'll come out of my shell. Oh, I think you will. You'll come out the spot. So that's quite a resume, though. I was reading, and I'm like, oh my God. I mean, you've been a teacher all these years, but you've done so much more. Like you wrote all those plays and I just can't imagine anyone doing all that. But it took 35 years, but that's a full resume. Yes, it is. I keep telling people I have led an interesting life. And every bit of it was fabulous, you know, I'd lived in New York City. I toured in Europe for a while..
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"Still in the planning stages or your several years in, will share stories from boomers who refuse to act their age and continue to live a life inspired. Let them show you how being old can be new if you know what to do with your host, Terry laurier. Hello. And welcome to kick ass boomers. My guest today is Andy Robin Andy received his MBA from Harvard University and had a long fruitful business career, including growing his dad's computer company in the 70s held a CEO position of a successful tech startup for 6 years, was vice president of marketing for a $600 million company. And served on the board of a New York City hedge fund. Andy's book life is not your typical retirement book. It's a step by step process to leading an interesting, rich and fulfilling life after a long career. Welcome, Andy, how are you today? Doing great, Terry. Thanks for including me here. You're welcome. I'm happy to hear you because the name of that book is just so interesting. So explain the name and how it relates to retirement. Okay, so tapas TAPS, if you're not familiar, is the food that they eat a lot in Spain. And it literally means covers and what it is is it's lots of little dishes that eventually sort of cover the table you're eating it instead of the American large porterhouse steak and baked potato. So the idea is that you get to savor a variety of things, and if there's one of the little dishes that you don't like, you let it go. And if there's an did like, you order another round of it. There you go. And I was in. I was in Barcelona, Spain in 2018, so we went and had tapas. We did. You go into a tapas bar, you kind of go down and you pick the little sandwiches you like and you sit down, then you bring your drink over. I mean, it was great. And not knowing the country's foods that well was a great way for us to kind of sample a little bit of this a little bit of that. I loved it. So now you're saying we should do that in retirement. That's exactly right. I mean, now there's an opportunity to sample a lot of stuff for which there was no room during one's long career and maybe during one's long career and raising a family. Absolutely. That didn't leave any room for mistakes, so we tended not to take the chance. But now we're retired. We can. We can try all kinds of things. So it really is an exciting time. Yep. Absolutely. So you call yourself a life coach and you're also known as the retirement revolutionist. I love that title. That's great. So how do you help boomers live the top of life?.
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"Yeah, The current station vehicles aren't worth it now, actually, In a lot of the cases, it's the same vehicles you want. I'll give you a quick side story. Clo knows this, Um I always say Zp sk CPS, But it's now it's lone star 92 5. Okay, when I my very first job in radio promotions, and we had two vans, we had the old van and what was called the new van? Uh, when when I got canned eventual after six months. For no fault of my own. The I still had in my possession a key to the new van. Mm. When we got here 10 years ago, 11 years ago. Lone star 92 5 still had that. What was at one point the new van? Probably the same tires on it, too. It actually did. I'm not kidding. No, it was there with the three other flat. So the key I had didn't matter. Oh, So that was that was a key back. It would have been about 13 years that they had that vehicle and that the only recently got rid of it. What did you give the key back? I did actually, uh, was it can't remember who our first Promotions director was story or Mallory wasn't Laurier or I can't remember which, but yeah, whichever one it was. I brought the key and I gave them to him was like here. I've had this for like 13 years or Bobby may have been Bobby. Maybe Actually, it probably was. It was probably Bobby Foot. Anyway. Sorry for the side story. Uh, I'm always curious to see um How different people react in these, You know, chivalry, not chivalry scenarios. What's still alive? What's dead? Khloe noticed that Dan has never waited around for us. Like like whenever we're leaving, you know, eating out or hanging out together. Dan never waits for you and me to get in our car and make sure it's in drive. No, Because you're grown men. You can.
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"It only feels that way. After two Syriza opening losses in Brooklyn to fall behind in Round one with Game three Friday in Boston, it was a 1 31 away blemish last night, and all star Jason Tatum exited in the third quarter after getting poked in the eye sees the fact Oh, Captain Marcus Smart isn't giving up, though you have Unfortunately, have been playing good all year. We can't let that release way how we come out and play the next game thing. Three. So basic care Home court were basketball players were competitors. We practice. We work hard and you just gotta go out there and continue to believe and continue to do what we've been doing. Garrett Richards only allowed three runs nearly six innings but didn't get much help in a 31. Red Sox lost to the Braves. That's two straight setbacks for Boston rematch tonight at Fenway Islanders can erase the Penguins in Game six of their first round playoff tonight. Bruins will get the winner. Adam Kaufman, WBZ Boston's news radio. Tell Stuff Still tough sledding on the roadways this morning was a little bit tough itself Soon, right. Smooth. 8 43, the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Laurier Broncos by Sea, Plymouth, calm Okay, get a situation going on right now, Jethro. In Maldon. It is a problem with a poll. That's down so motorists and pedestrians were being asked by the police department there to avoid the area of Broadway. Which is Eastern Avenue and the area of 1200 Eastern Avenue pole down there, so watch out as you travel that area stay clear of route 99 there Linds Street in the Maldon areas. They deal with that situation. Also, still, it is still tough or it is a till stuff out there 93 South and continues to be really jammed up through Medford Square, getting to the lever connector down rap, which is tied up and to end We had that breakdown on the Tobin Bridge at the center span That's been cleared. So that's some good news. However, things have yet completely ease out force on the Tobin Bridge. It is slow from Carter Street to the effort of on ramp there when we lose a lane, and then after that, it's heavy as well. Getting around the loop rapping on 2 93. If you're traveling towards the Cape, just wanna let you know the born bridges completely bogged down right now and to end In Middleboro still delays on that commuter rail line. It's about a half an hour to 45 minute delays now for train 008 some kind of mechanical issue there in Bedford, Route three south and still lots of volume there. 62 getting onto 1 28 in Burlington. Slow for about a mile in 95 or in Canton on 95 that continues to be heavy as well. Not really jam packed but lots of volume North bound Between the pontiff Street and 93. Laurie Brandy WBC's traffic on.
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"Birth defects have been linked to toxic chemicals and solvents used in semiconductor in Computer chip clean rooms. If you were working in Motorola or any other semiconductor plant, and your child was born with skeletal Oregon or limb, deformities, blindness, terrible policy, genetic damage or other problems, they could be entitled to compensation. Call the law Office of Plattner Verte Rommie now before any more time slips away, call 183355 toxic. 183355 toxic 183355 toxic If you are a current or former semi conductor and microelectronics worker for Motorola or any other semiconductor plant, and your child is suffering from birth defects. You must call the law office of Plattner Verte, Rommie and Phoenix right now, 183355 toxic 183355 toxic. 183355 toxic and get them the compensation they deserve. Three. Dr John Baloney. Ramsey. Personality is my co host. Today. I am Dave Ramsey, your host in the lobby of Ramsey Solutions on the debt Free stage, Daniel and Laurier with us. Hey, guys, How are you? Better than we deserve. I love it. What do you guys live? Dayton, Tennessee. Oh,.
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"If you don't have a social security number and you're still living, and all of that is easily verifiable. You could people can vote on a computer and it could be rejected based upon an illegal social security number of death date or um or a birthday or whatever. And you fill out you have the answer A couple questions, But no, You know why they don't do that. Don't tell me there's no programs to do it because they can do it. You know why they don't do it because all the inner cities Have democratically controlled election airing people that they pay at the behest of the county commissioners and the mayors of those cities to work for those four days. And you know what? It's strangled. It's like a union. You'll never see it. Computer can do anything now. Appreciate the input I, but listen, I'm not opposed to try to improve the system That's gonna try to improve the system. But this is the best we got. And I think we gotta you know, live with the results. How about Rosie in in Brooklyn? Roseanne? What's up? Happy New Year to you. Morning resent. Same. Same to you. Um I pretty much don't agree with my goal on anything. But this is the height of absurdity that that's a word. That more Democrats vote by mail or early voting and Republicans. Could you passably give me the reason for that, Michael No, they do. But I mean, that's the whole point that Democrats have been pushing for. Let's vote early Vote early vote Often. That's the Democratic model Early voting do that, and why don't the Republicans do that? Because No, no, no Republicans understand that It's important because we were born in this country. We were given freedom that our duty is to show up on election day and vote. But Democrats are like you've got a lot of people who can't really show up. You know they're working too hard. They can't do this. They might be in jail so we can't let them vote ahead of time. That's where, right, Rosie the Democrats there, Roseanne. Actually, no logic involved. Michael. That's all I can tell you. Well, what else is do Welcome to the show. Rosa that's been going on for three years. I'm playing three dimensional chess here. Not well, but I'm trying to play. It may be part cesium test. Thank you, Roseanne. Let's go to Oh, Laura, our buddy Laura up in Harlem, Laura Laurier to you. The new year, Laura. You have a good home morning and happy? Yes, I did. Good morning. Happy New year to all of you. Let me get one thing straight with you, Michael and Joe Bartlett. Okay, You know, it's very insulting this not bad enough that Donald Trump insulted black people through the whole four years. This is what made black people get up. Senate. However, they voted. I've been involved in politics over 35 years now. I did petition I at one time. I couldn't tell you how many registered Democrats registered Republicans. I'm involved in all black organizations. I say this Michael, be course I'm aware of what goes on in the 50 states. Okay, so to continue to say you don't believe that there were more votes. For Biden than Obama. It's some third. The reason why we're gonna follow the law, Father process, truth matters and we've been fighting. I don't know. He missed the last two months. I'm sorry about that, Laura. I don't know what was coming from Listen salty, and that's the truth. Be able to they would tie. There were people. I tried to get the vote for Obama. There were black people just they want to vote period. But they voted they registered This was conversations of people that never even thought about politics. This is how much he insulted black people. All right tomorrow. Something that's more. Yes, Laura, Before you go, you e mailed us And you said that you're praying mighty hard for my fiance. Christine. Oh, compensation. There were conversations subject riddle, but it's very serious. And you've been very insulting You and Joe Bartlett at one time. I thought he was just gullible. He's just stupid right about now. All right, Laura, I'm gonna protect you and say Thank you, Laura, since it's insulting Thanks for calling. Wow. Laura is not a fan of you guys. I'm sorry to break it to you. But she used to like you, Joe. Gullible Joe, your soil boy associated with you and I get attacked, man. Well, you're judged by the company. You keep Joe. Just keep that about. Thanks way when we return. Did you miss it? Aliens have already come to visit. So says ah, Harvard professor. And that is coming up next. I'm already invited with Owuor. Traffic.
Meet Wilfred: UK leader's baby name announced
"It's been an eventful few weeks for British prime minister Boris Johnson having been transferred into intensive care up to catching K. bid nineteen was leading the nation tree the pandemic his fiancee gave best shortly after he left hospital now the U. K. leader and his wife to be have announced the name they chose for the first child together Wilfred Laurier declares Johnson is the name they chose for their new bundle of joy named in honor of their grandfathers and doctors who say to you Katie does like when he was hospitalized with carpet nineteen Johnson's partner Carrie Symonds made the announcement on her Instagram page posting a picture of her cradling her three day old son and explaining the name choice she praised the maternity team at University College hospital in London and said how hot is full Johnson was present for the birth but back working at ten Downing Street within hours amid the ongoing pandemic Karen Thomas London
Meet Wilfred: UK leader's baby name announced
"Wilfred Laurier declares Johnson is the name they chose for their new bundle of joy named in honor of their grandfathers and doctors who say to you Katie does like when he was hospitalized with carpet nineteen Johnson's partner Carrie Symonds made the announcement on her Instagram page posting a picture of her cradling her three day old son and explaining the name choice she praised the maternity team at University College hospital in London and said how hot is full Johnson was present for the birth but back working at ten Downing Street within hours amid the ongoing pandemic Karen Thomas London
Meet Wilfred: UK leader's baby name announced
"Wilfred Laurier declares Johnson is the name they chose for their new bundle of joy named in honor of their grandfathers and doctors who say to you Katie does like when he was hospitalized with carpet nineteen Johnson's partner Carrie Symonds made the announcement on her Instagram page posting a picture of her cradling her three day old son and explaining the name choice she praised the maternity team at University College hospital in London and said how hot is full Johnson was present for the birth but back working at ten Downing Street within hours amid the ongoing pandemic Karen Thomas London