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Bill Bruford (Yes/King Crimson) 1980 Interview

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Bill Bruford (Yes/King Crimson) 1980 Interview

"In this episode. We have one of prog rock's greatest drummers bill at the time of this interview in nineteen eighty. Broussard was thirty one years old and on tour with solo band supporting his album. Gradually going tornado in the interview buford talks about why he left. Yes how robert fricke try to cancel the king crimson. Nineteen seventy four central park concert and the advantage of making a name for himself and banned by yes genesis and king crimson as always we have music critic mark allen at the helm conducting the interview. One last thing before we get to the interview the tapes archive. Podcast is a proud member of cyrus media a global community connecting passionate fans with podcast and experiences about artists and topics loves. Thanks for tuning in. And now it's time to open the vault over. No i'm not gonna player stations here and i'll give you rush especially in that not many commercials. Well the recent that lies these senior can add vocals eventually note. I don't know that wouldn't think by. Anthony singapore quite probable. There's nobody bill. Prince discounts finals. I it's just that this particular album. Not on kuwait's america would voice and something this hotline dance especially yes and on such a huge level. You made your holiday every two years now here you are. i just. You're staying with less than had to move with yet more. Yes that's not the only ask you how. How does as eddie feel about the. Because you're obviously made a name for yourself willy. Mason soldiers is that america beside more for music and the whole thing is a viable proposition. She's really good. It doesn't so listen. I'm going to be stable kind of and who who doesn't doesn't mind. I like to be able to play madison back on. Not that i ever have to and And trump's although there's not a whole level of problems occur pasta two three thousand seats by now we can just play music or problems. Did you have that are raised now. A group of flannel. It's magic pilot very easily that level. It's incredibly uninspired. It's amazingly easy to find some to seventy thousand blackout faces. Eight any pressure tool because the sounds inside. North and the whole shemozzle would sucha an isolated insulated kind of fair so much no reaction no visible reaction from anybody to your play like in a club. You can see people reacting in those places. None of that happens to. It's an extraordinary ritual. It's an amazing amazing feeding of power. But it was a strategic. Bit of works really got me to america to keep interest in on wants to in future thing this. I've had this time. And american gotten how planners do places north america generally in american about me and on you always make a good to substance feels. Good gets me and say you need some sort of strategic planning for thing like that genesis suitable time. You've got new playing it. Got my face around. It wasn't the best musical world. Then it wasn't gonna be paid for by a five month job which was fine. I could stay. Probably but i had other plans so i think we used each other way. German ankles return for it. Because i was having or without america trying very hard to exist by five synthesizers to buy a hop hannah's to buy another tunes. It's europe is a very strong place to and we could pass numerical together for the good work here more or less decided book. America's favorite and no sheppard's son to healthy strict with north vessel for any given output the musical direction. You're likely to gain the speech. Must people. you'll disseminate music. Quickest efficiently probably followed by canada. I wasn't sure that he would be person. You would like to talk to as many as i liked to. I actually. I am doing this as a promotion exercise. There's no doubt about. I need you know with mike to rice about what it is. Because i'm interested in. It really wants to get it across that. It would be lovely day. It's an insane people kind of associate. What communist play. There was no constant need to keep talking about see we have tried to compete with. Americans are americans be comforting to six weeks which seemed like forever but an american band will six months about thinking. It's an order to compete a tool to be in the same race as all must make use of here in college is coming in at smaller the low level where you stopped club. We're not we're not on the bottom is out. I mean the clubs club sold out and that's great. That's not actually at the starting gate and a lights to up. Cities is the american system. Sex could sound systems by much. And sometimes you can to the radio same time so food good system and there's no other way to do it. I mean next level of this hour talking about what the next rung. Up hewlett america. You have to be seen to keep climbing runs. And she else kills loose successful in the country. And i'm sitting. We'll be able to come back short and hopefully find some colleges and smoke. Fix that will. That will be good year to something like that and then we'll worry about what happens. Then what would you want to tell people about your music. It's not death you serious one out about the guggenheim museum. It's not it's the instrumental music. This must be either jazz or classical something like work about some h. Difficult music. And i see that tool. We have supply interesting music fry or or accessible particularly. I think we when we play. We play in such ways to invite people in this environment. Rob repel oppress them and defy. Likes which is not at you. Some refunds out. But i don't like a lot to recession music. Most standardized breath cheating quick tudor or the need to survive really. It's an era fear round action especially because in the bottom. That's right if there there's definitely a climate of whereas the sword go full next. It's partly to good specific management company that we're announces gun because well there's potential that may not be too modest talked about the groups that you played in about people. I band savoy grounding. Savoy was my best friend and that was pretty awful three days and that was that was good that i came up with my first guitar hero. Gibson's she was guitar by then. I looked around a bit and came close. Yes and that was good basketball break. Excellent be very well and I've had enough about six hours. Somebody because i didn't want to spend a lot one time insisted on the last one that can agents. I love sweating. Giving trump generally and i was thinking how am i would support each other and a plane can crimson. Then he sees you superior way. And so i said well that sounds great and off. You went five mercantilist. Some last show ever played in central far out you that that was an emotional night was in when i talked to him about that. He said that was the closest that i'm to being great. Since the first and like you said that the last king clinton in the i can principle the best. It was extremely good easy. You might like no one further anecdotes about that story. Which is the chinese absolute damnedest to cancel events about some sounds which inaudible kind of buzz to hear any sound system and said it was impossible for us to play and he was cut gerald and bullied threatened in two thousand people and he was just about dragged on student and now he will no doubt hail it is being here on the strongest span of did. He's a man of fiction on many levels and not least of which is that. That's enough the mandate about that greg. We really pavlik and blue myself. One of those great night's you believe you're strong as you are. I really enjoy that.

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"mark allen" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"mark allen" Discussed on THEMOVE

"I do several webinars. Each month and people can send me their questions so i'll say it's pretty intimate in that. We can <hes> you know. I have hands on on their needs. I kinda liked that. I liked teaching element of i've always liked the exercise physiology bio mechanics nutrition so of we cover all that and i still travel a lot <hes> i had to cone about five times a year. I've got a camp series over you. You know that's just starting to fill five trips to the four seasons. Hang on let me during it. I think somebody wants me to go to the four seasons seasons somewhere. I mean really that's amazing. Love happy come by land. So you know listen listen. I never have stayed there once. Never came by a cup of coffee or dinner until i had the opportunity to avid dancers i i'm grateful because it's pretty lavish beautiful place and it's a real hands on. We keep the numbers down and it's a lot of fun so i i am lucky. Be thereafter writing thousands of miles. Go and buy and mark and i we weed collide together. We're we're actually had an order needs to the seventy point three world championships in a couple of weeks and then of course will be back at that ironman again so we we do a little a bit of work for ironman and ironman you as well quick shout out to another grades triathlete. Susan dell susan michael dell actually owned <hes> or the family foundation or whatever owns owns at four seasons there on the big island and she's an amazing athlete why yes and a great great family. <hes> david in your son was either competing as a pro is a pro triathlete still or what's he doing. Drew drew was for a couple of years. He kind of came in pretty blind came from cross country. Nordic skiing background had a pretty good engine a few months when he was in his teens like you it fairly well really without any fitness and climb on the bike like a deer <hes> he does actually hold a few of the driver records here in boulder for -mongst all the pros and he tried it for a few years but he kept breaking bones. He had a couple fractures in his foot is out on a ride with me and unfortunately broke his clavicle and then in south africa before the ironman race race week he broke his back so he was always in a state.

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"mark allen" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"mark allen" Discussed on THEMOVE

"You're nervous. Your stomach doesn't work the same as when you're relaxed and so everything can work fine and training you get out there in the race. Course you're nervous. There is the nerves anxiety and you don't absorb the same and so the only way to circumvent that is is as you guys both said to eat less but anyway to go back to that night before i was. I was just thinking you know what davis just one frigging tough guy and i've done a lot of i've done a lot of crazy shit this year in my training and i'm in better shape than ever but it still may not be enough to to beat him. You know he is just he's toughest nails. There's there's no little trick that that i can pull. That's going to intimidate him. You know and i can be as far out in the lead is i can possibly get and he's never going to give up ever ever ever and so i thought who okay. Let's just make this a different race and i thought i'm just going to go out there and learn from learn from the master. You know he's got this thing wired. I'm just going to stick with them and see how he does it because i'd never actually been around long enough with him to see how he actually paces this thing because he does it perfectly in. Maybe it'll be enough to win. Maybe it won't but the main thing is. I want to have a race where from start to finish. I'm able to give it everything i have and and and i'm not gonna fall apart. You know i'm i'm going to give it a lot but i don't want to go so hard that i blow up like i've done so many other times and so there was like this this piece that just started to kind of come over me as i was <hes> as i was falling asleep that night and it's like yeah i don't. I don't have to win this thing to have it. Be a worth while day to have it. Be something that will will be memorable for me for my life and so my whole mindset was different and and you know way back to the nutrition i thought just relax attacks on nutrition too because i'd seen that i that i i was the guy shoveling way too much and so that that year eighty nine i did back off a little bit and the race was something special. That's for sure yeah and again. All this told on nineteen eighty-nine the story dot com intent chapters right so this is our ten. Let's call it ten stories and i just wanna read them off because this will give people a sense for sort of the background here and in the nitty gritty that that just just has thirty years later hasn't been told right so story won the race. It almost never happened story. Two two paths continents apart winter prepping for their historic clash story story three foreshadowing of kona gold coast of australia may of nineteen eighty nine a shift in focus a story four story five early august shift in the win n. by the way the wind was very low that that day in october of nineteen eighty nine <hes> story six ironman nine hundred eighty nine the race that almost never happened part two okay okay. That's going to be good part six world record training that no one ever saw i've heard some stories part seven or seven the numbers and the people who set them mm-hmm <hes> i got my numbers are story nine. Two men one race the untold stories of race week one thousand nine hundred nine that'll be good and then finally story ten ironman nineteen eighty eighty nine. <hes> you know what's amazing in everybody. Everybody talks about this. The fact that the the speed it will a couple of things as speed or the tha the the performance you guys had that day has stood the desk time those performances would have been top ten in two thousand eighteen at the hawaii ironman that if you think about that just forget that we evolve as athletes and training balls and diet of i mean think about the the the equipment on the bike.

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"mark allen" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"mark allen" Discussed on THEMOVE

"I've beaten all these guys. I have beaten all these guys. I have and this is my sixth. Iron man davis out the one guy who keeps beating me. This is gonna be my year and <hes> you know right right away on the bike. I got a flat. I changed it around havi. I got a second flat. I changed that a third flat happened. When i got back on the queen k a it was a real slow leak and it was my room was bouncing on the ground and then i had to wait for the truck to come and it was fifteen minutes sitting there to get a new wheel but anyway josh so you know from this high of thinking this is gonna be my year to this extreme low of coming in farther out of the lead in any any of the other airmen that i'd been up to that point my career and did you and it's great to get this history because i think like any big well backup. I mean any the icon showdown that we go on in sports so we go back and look at it isn't just like oh we just showed up and wow that was a crazy day like there's there's these steps and sort. We're of fate leads us to this place and you know you had had just this run of and i know by reading a lot about you that you're sort of wits. It's in and you're like look. Maybe mark allen in in this island this vibe and the mono- there just doesn't just doesn't jive and so let me go. I'll go do as some more and i'll do some other races and you're sorted this point where you're like. I don't know like i i maybe <hes> maybe i should just be done. Yeah you know i went home after the race there in eighty eight and i i got home and i go you know what i am going to go to the places where things kind of go a a little bit bit more my way i it's not for me and so you know i was motivated to come back when i got home and i had time named reflect. I thought there's no way i'm ever going to do ironman again. I am going to go to niece. I am going to go to the other places where i've had success where i feel this more in in sync with with with the whole vibe in in the event and so actually for a couple of months in the fall after ironman eighty eight there was going to be no match gotcha eighty-nine because i was not going to go back there well. It's a good thing you did. I mean i didn't think that lasts i i knew mark was gonna come back. He said to the contrary but after that eighty-eight race and really going back to eighty seven seven we we had quite a close battle in in eighty seven. You didn't off the other mark had lied on me. I cut him twenty one or twenty two miles and went on to win. I kept thinking well. Here's the showdown eighty eight in this mark explained variety of things. I pulled out because i was having some knee. Issues tested on a on a late good evening run the day before the race eighty eight so i just can't do it. I can't run on properly and then i told the officials that i was out for the next day and i said well mark. Mark's wouldn't take this race. This is his race in eighty eight as described the eta just catastrophic start and three different flats so that did set the stage. I was hungry to start my year off really right after that race to get my knee back on order and be ready for eighty eighty nine because i felt as though the momentum was gonna shift at anything mark was going to go on hibernation at either in eighty nine and in all this listen. I didn't mention at the top so all of this is these these ten essentially ten chapters of this war are going to be told on nineteen eighty-nine the story dot com. That's nineteen nineteen eighty.

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"mark allen" Discussed on This is Product Management

This is Product Management

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"mark allen" Discussed on This is Product Management

"We've incorporated important action items and alerts for our clients including bill payments seasonal tax reminders and other other key servicing features so now when a client into the website they get their own personalized snapshot that is very different from another clients per slice snapshot also from content perspective. We've curated editorial content and articles for our users depending on the stage of their journey with northwestern mutual and we're continuously experimenting with how to deepen that personalization so for example as we think about key life milestones where personal financial interest tends to spike such as getting married having a child buying lying home. How can we ensure we share are helpful content in the right way in the right channel at the right time we're constantly experimenting with that and hoping to kind of hit the nail in the Mark Allen we have a very strong editorial the team that has built out really really informative and interesting content pieces than we had like a guy to finance in your thirties guide to finance in your forties really really deep articles and that's just kind of at a very high abroad categorization we we have lots of articles at very deeper categories such as buying a home taxes building a family so we have a ride variety of content that we've examined and really tried to see what are the best performing ones and what are the ones that make key people on the page longest linkages between the articles and how have people have jumped from article two articles or really understanding? What's the path of people reading this content were working on ways to build that into the experience so that that you can really see and get articles displayed to at the right point in time if you are interested in buying a house and you've talked to your adviser about it when it'd be great if you received an email with some of our content related to mortgages so trying to understand and trying to find the right personalization tactics to do.

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"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Mark Allen. Yup. Beauty numbers. You have Mark Allen coaching, which is an online coaching program, if we would have joined the how much brilliant Mark Allen. Do we get and how are you working with these guys when you're not actually stood next to them poking him in the shocks that can tell him to run? I swim for the cycle better. Yeah. You get a lot of on that coaching program Mark, Alan, coach dot com. I provide people with training plans that that are the all surround based on the philosophy of how I got myself to be the the ironman champion, and it's all based on that those training Neth analogies, but customized to the fitness of the person and goals of the person ran their age the races at their targeting, and then you get a tennis import from me. So there's always that chance to Email and to ask the questions and get the answer. That website again is plays. Mark Allen coaching dot com. Cool. Well, make this the best interview ever. I'm just going to say Tony stark. It was a pleasure. You've never had that before have you? You must be fed up, then some mall calendar, salute been a pleasure pleasure. And thank you for sharing your experience. It's it's been revealing. And I think our audience will have enjoyed it. So thank you once again for your time. All right. Thanks, guys. Always great. And I'm happy to chat anytime. Thank you. Well, what a great show. I can't believe we had getting used to saying. Wow. After interviewing our guest, but that is. Yeah. I mean, not just I mean, all of the numbers we eloquently put through but the journey. It wasn't like, you know, what dude I'm champion. And it was so easy. Right. She had to struggle. Yes. He he's the greatest endurance athlete of all time and he struggled and he had to come to terms with Indian just as centrally Makota gonna love saying. Won't goes up there. Yeah. It's it's goes on. Deck, and he said until he got able to have that voice in his mind, but get shot of it within seconds other than the younger athletes who still be altering ten minutes down the road. Right. And that's the big key, brilliant brilliant, think yourself to a different place to a better place to a better performance to greater in Juren's. Yeah, I just hope because us a tour of stark industries, that'd be great. Oh, I'm from the window will fly out, you know, on man. So that's I think aria Riley. And I'm Chad nice show. You Tony stuff? Oh, I'm trying to start this flaming science, and it's not being enduring or has it. Yes. Preening Durance triathlon special, and I'm so pleased that we were able to make it hope even joined it. We look forward to your company very.

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"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"You that's what they would say. They would say you're never gonna see a twenty year old guy winter a triathlon. Let not against those guys because older means endurance. Is that true? Or were they just making excuses for losing? Those losers. Those are some. Yeah. You know, there there is definitely longer events. Take more of the said developed mindset, you know, you have to be stronger in your mind. And like I said they willing to just surrender to something can seem impossible in the moment. But stick with it and don't give up and keep getting yourself back into that champions mindset, which is a place where it's hot. It's windy. Alexa, killing they wanna quit. It doesn't look like you're going to be able to win the goal that. You wanna do a stay with anyways day engaged anyway. And then things start to turn around in flow comes back in the next thing. You know, you know, miles passing you didn't even you didn't even know it in. So that takes time to develop the up treasure. Somebody young can have a very aggressive intense focus, but I think I think it takes a lot of years of developing yourself. To get to the point where you have that focus. It's very patient as an interest in the old bull sitting on and how long did it take you personally? And of you've found it reasonably quickly to not have the negative conversation during a race. And would only focus on this. I've got this. I know how to do I tried harder than this might. I'm not at the envelope. The edge of the envelope of my stress here. I'm in a good place rather than man, can I make this hail kinda do this going to get that. How long before you got rid of the negativity in your thinking, and where you ever in the bike on on the greatest of all Oh. time. That's right. Hell I'm pretty pretty hell, look I so quick. I turn out the lights getting a bit before the room. Go. I met Muhammad Ali at Super Bowl number years ago, quite a few years ago, actually and. And enough to like that. At that point. He wasn't really talking. We were introduced each other. Somebody said, you know, this is Mark Allen the ironman champion. He kinda gifts. This does little thing with his head in the he's smiling gets twinkle in his eye. And it was the coolest just connection, you know, because he he was so in there, but yes, but the speech wasn't there for him. But anyway, what the heck were we? Okay. So how how long did it take you to Rijo mind of a negative salt in the rice, you know, limit? I'll be honest with the one man six times in and in every one of those victories. There were there were thousands of moments were my mind wasn't quiet where the the negative thoughts did come in where I wanted to quit where I thought I can't do it. I can't take another step. What am I doing? I need to get a real job. Not through The the. core. The thing that was different that in those victories. Those those facts would come in those negative thoughts that negative chatter that internal dialogue. It doesn't help. You out. Take a breath. And then I could get it to be quiet again. And so it doesn't matter how positive you are. You're gonna have moments in something that's an endurance bent like that where you get the negative thoughts..

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"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"It's time to talk about that better performance, which someone who will not be bettered. Mark allen. Yes, time, I am an triathlon world champion the man ESPN crowned the greatest endurance athlete of all time. Not just a year. A rice of all time. I'm the greatest. How look I'm pretty. I'm the Greta of all time her somehow. I don't believe he's going to have any of those those same such a nice gentleman. How heavy burden was to want to then wander around with that title on your shoulders. Yeah. You know that that title of greatest journey athlete of all time. It was an Opole ESPN did worldwide. And I got a call from a friend of mine said, hey, there's five people in running for greatest, endurance athlete of all time in you're one of them. And I'm like what? So I went on to their website inside. And then I was actually I had gone down to Argentina to do a training camp down there called salted body. And I got off the plane looked at my phone, and there was result that I'd want which was mind blowing because in sport trials on. I have this idea that I know what goes on in trots on other translates. No, it's going on. But never really occurred. The navy the rest of the world is checking out what we're doing in. So kind of sort of like. Wow. Well, maybe maybe the iron, man. Maybe what I did was kind of a good standard. You know? So it was pretty cool. If you've been well champion six times, I think with white pasta. Good standard point. Yes. That's called the goal. Standard. That's not a good interesting to me is you all American in university as Wimmer. So you've kind of got one third of this trough wrong thing on the I would call control what drew you to this particular in feud of endurance. And then great swimming is just not enough really have to challenge myself like maybe with biking and running to. So you'll get used to Chuck if you're on. What drew you what drew you to the other two disciplines and the world of triathlon? Well, you know, I I love an athletic puzzle. Twelve years as a kid all the way through college. I was actually, you know, all American is very misleading because I was never fast enough to make to national championships or to make to Olympic trials, even so I kind of had this thing in the back of my mind that I was, you know, a good athlete, but definitely not an outstanding athlete in nineteen eighty two. I saw the man on television. And it was back when wide world of sports was. Yeah. Yeah. Jim McKay was always talking about something amazing. I turn on the TV, and he was talking about the sink called iron, man. And he said the distances to point mile for two point four miles him hundred twelve mile bike ride Annetta marathon. I thought days is gonna take these people complete that crazy thing. It's it's a one day event. Warning. And you have to finish by midnight, seventeen hours later. I thought totally crazy. Totally nuts. Two weeks later. I go I have to go try that NC if I can cross that amazing finished Lennon Hawaii, and that was it. You know, it was just as crazy non logical thing that was calling me to go there to do the ironman. And the, you know turned it turned into a little more than just a one time shot. So you guys rocked up the guy that everybody heights when swim better cycle, better run better. All did you have to earn your stripes as it were? Well, the first six times I went to why did not win. I was I was over six. And so you think about you're the first year I went there. I just went with the expectation or hope anyway that I would cross the finish line actually throughout that year. Did pretty well. The next year I came back Nikki, and maybe I can be pretty good at this. I ended up finishing third. And then I then I finished fifth. Following year?.

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"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

StarTalk Playing with Science

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

"And so you know, how it in the beginning we default to doing the things that were comfortable doing the south citing to do. And then over time if if we see that that's not working, then we have to change that maybe do something that's completely uncomfortable. And that's what I had to do in in nineteen eighty nine. I designed five training days where they were stimulating iron, man. So I wanted to do an eight hour training day longest days before that were that I did were about five or six hours. And I saw that I was falling apart in the race. After our six of race, you know. And so I did I do a thirty minute swim. It out of the water by seven hours get off my butt and run thirty minutes now. So then I started seeing that. Okay. I can do a solid strong eight hour day. But I knew that wasn't enough in the part that wasn't enough is that I had this just complete fear of of the island of why it's very intense place in its berry. You know, like, you know, how like you go if you're going on -cation to go somewhere where you just feel good and you go. This is wonderful. I could just be here. Forever. Going to Hawaii to do. The iron mask completely the opposite. At you get off the plane, there's no air conditioned jet white. They Rowley steps up to the plane and you go right down onto the hot term of the runway. And so immediately you're hit with this heat in this wind and the sun is beating down 'cause the flights. Always get interrupt twelve thirty midday, and I would just feel like this Slough or that was. Just withering shrinking, and I could feel like every bit of confidence go out of my body. And so when I went there eighty nine I decided, you know, I have to I have to work with this environment as opposed to trying to be in competition to it. You know, it was sort of like. If you're if I been trying to be stronger than this energy in there's no way it's like being stronger than a lot of of lava flow or by stronger than a thirty mile an hour wind. There's no what you have to just sort of surrender to it. This is what it's going to be and try and to not try to avoid it or make it anything different than it is. So that's funny. You say surrender because our it. So I used to hang out with three guys, and they did tries all the time. Okay. And shut out to Carlos Dave, and Sean, and I was I was the fourth guy who refused to compete, the, you know, I I was just like, you guys are crazy. And they were and so are you by the way, I'm just letting you know, okay? Any anybody who watches anybody who watches the triathlon? Triathlon took compliment he should complement because he knows his true crazy. They're seriously crazy..

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"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

StarTalk Playing with Science

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

"It's time to talk about that better performance, which someone who will not be bettered. Mark allen. Yes time I am an triathlon world champion the man ESPN crowned the greatest endurance athletes of all time. Not just a year a race of all time. I'm the greatest Howard. Look, I'm pretty on the Greta the all time her. Somehow. I don't believe Mark is going to have any of those thoughts and being such a nice gentleman. How heavy burden was to want to then wander around with that title on your shoulders. Yeah. You know that that title of grace during this athlete of all time. It was an Opole ESPN didn't worldwide, and I got a call from her friend of mine and said, hey, there's five people in running for greatest, endurance athlete of all time. And you're one of them, and I'm like what? So I went on their website inside. And then I was actually I had gone down to Argentina to do a training camp down there called fit salted body. And I got off the plane looked on my phone, and there was result that I'd wanted which was mind blowing because you know, in sport trout's on. I have this idea that I know what goes on and law and other translates no going on. But never really occurred to me that maybe the rest of the world is checking out what we're doing. And so kind of sir. Like, wow. Oh, maybe maybe the iron, man. Maybe what I did was kind of a good standard. You know? So it was pretty cool. If you've been well champion six times, I think white pasta good standard point. Yeah. That's called the gold standard. That's not a good stance. Interesting to me is you will all American in university as swimmer. So you've kind of got one third of this trifling thing on the wall. I would call controlled what drew you to this particular? In field of endurance. And being great swimming is just not enough. It really have to tell myself like maybe with the bike in running too. So you'll get used to Chuck if you're. What drew you what drew you to the other two disciplines and the world triathlon? Well, you know, I I. I love athletic puzzle, while years as a kid all the way through college. I was actually all American is very misleading because I was never fast enough to make to you know, national championships or to make to Olympic trials, even so I kind of had this thing in the back of my mind that I was, you know, a good athlete, but definitely not an outstanding athlete and nineteen eighty two. I saw the man on television. And it was back when in a wide world of sports was. Yeah. Jim McKay was always talking about something amazing. I turn on the TV, and he was talking about the sink called airmen. And he said the distances to point mile for two point four miles lamb hundred twelve mile bike ride a marathon. I thought many days is gonna take these people complete that crazy thing. It's it's a one day event letter warning and you have to finish by midnight, seventeen hours later. I thought totally crazy totally nuts. Two weeks later ago. I. I have to go try that NC I can cross that amazing finished Lennon Hawaii. And that was it. You know, it was just as crazy non logical thing. That was calling me to go there to do the iron, man. And you know, as of turn it turned into a little more than just a one time shot. So those guys rooftop the guy that everybody hates when swim better cycle better. Rumba? Oh, did you have to earn your stripes as it were? Well, the first six times I went to why I did not win. I was I was over six. And so you think about it. The first year. I went there. I just went with the expect hope anyway that I would cross the finish line actually throughout that year..

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"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

StarTalk Playing with Science

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

"So you can actually do it also doing the so let me ask you this very I mean, we're out of time professor, but I just want to as a quick takeaway. It seems to me like everything that you're saying if I want to or any athlete out there, I include myself. If. If if I want to improve my performance Cam, I do so by talking to myself while I'm doing my task can do so by mentally fatiguing myself while I'm doing my task. I mean cannot cannot Kanaya cheap those two things on my own is what I'm asking you do this empirically and under controlled conditions in an experiment. But can I do that for myself as just a person who maybe wants to run a little bit faster or wants to go? Another mile on my morning run. Can I do that? Yes. I mean set around a lot of you know. Often the infant that. You can look at that. We found that motivational spoke, which is escape you need to learn by easily learned and improve your endurance. So I would definitely suggest to do that. Also at the moment, we are using absent and computers and things about was but suggest on in terms of like implemented, this idea checkered pain restaurant, LA the laws to your training when way of doing it would be to train on purpose when you are for example, instead of doing all the any central day in the middle of the day during the lunch break because you feel better do it little purpose in the day. And and maybe put on this that you would if you were more as wow, that's great stuff professors. Thank you. Thank you have been your lightning and gripe resituto, right? Professor somewhere Makoro from the university of Kent in England, and you can think yourself to a better place. We'll take a break and who's coming up next. Tony stark told you will be very very short. But I'm gonna win. He's going to fly. Straight in his. With science. This is triathlon and insurance show spoken to the wonderful same way. My Gorda our talent professor in England talking about how you can think yourself to a better performance right now..

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"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

StarTalk Playing with Science

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

"The other thing that it makes me curious is is there a way to measure, what is left in the tank of the physiology. Gee that you're discussing. So my point would be like all right now. I just bear with me here doc bear with me because I don't know what I'm talking about. And I'm just trying to give you don't say that about yourself. That's your lie. So let's just say for instance, like glycogen, right? Everybody wants you to eat a lot of carbs before raise. Because you've got Glen kitchen, and that's feel an fires the muscles. And boom. All right. So just using that as a very loose example. Is there a way to kind of measure like at the end of an event or a task? Okay. The tank is empty or hey, you think you're done, but your tank is a quarter full. You can do more you. Lazy piece a crap now? Kevin Erin, get that That work. work better. I'm sorry. That was me channeling my father. I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry, go professor because it is a great question. And it's going to. Tease and Fulton athle- only he was probably shortly. A yield two ago, a colleague of mine Spanish colleague of mine, which has many many as can be navy aware. They have a school in physiology. Whether they do a lot of muscle biopsies people who has a size so alarmed this technique that developed this technique and the actually use the insulin in Spain and what they did. So that is what we call a your two max test, which is used law in new to measure the maximal oxygen consumption, which is a measure of the Sikh Ness in new has assets. But ask yourself is is in this is will cycling or as long as you can with with our output of the dyke and increasing over time until until the point that you cannot employing anymore your prospect anymore. Yeah. This is a very common tests. But there's nothing that they did is do immed-. After what we call his immediately after they couldn't go anymore. They applied and logic cost seem to after used to measure blood pressure around the the leg muscle. So basically who block a Sukhoi's from both of us aggressor? So at blocking the bad coming in women, lots of oxygen also blocking the blood coming out. So they know froze in time he's alive make Bolic situation of the muscle. Yeah. And so that they had enough time who take a musclebound to basically, you cut through this. And the fact and then you're going to the lab and Yana lies them. So for two things what they analyze. It was for the concentration of ATP, which is probably knows is the chemical energy inside the any sad. Bozo. The muscles dough, and and then they come Kuwait for a long they could as a cycle from purely energy. Puntos you act the point where this also at the very very high as a different and doing us up the one hundred percent of your max. But given example, Margaret thumbs even elite Ron Ron about eighty percent of your, but it's a very high tacit and do us says a size and bacon. Collated the their subjects. It could have kept going from energy into view for Netflix. Gada six to eight minutes after the stop. And that's at the peak as that. That's at the peak at the at the pig. Wow. So okay. Wow. You're the professor I'm not, but his my theory. Go ahead, the brain stops, the muscles expending any more energy because it sees it getting to the red zone because the brain is wanting to keep energy for itself in an emergency. Is it a so preservation thing from the brain doing that with the muscles? Or if I go completely out on that limb..

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"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

StarTalk Playing with Science

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

"But that's a that's a feeling that you can steal even at the rest. No being tired. But fatigue is also being the financed reduction in muscle Foucault muscle power on sequence as a consequence to as a size. That's what if is Allah. Just look at primarily law. I'm interested in is the definition of fatigue. If you like as this increasing f- exceptional Vefour as the time goes by when you do a task. So well, I'm interested in is the Fudd that. In order to keep performance at a certain level over time. You you have to increase your efforts this is perceived as an increase in what we call perception of effort, and thus if like the the the symptom of either by consent, Muslim mega search own interested what I fail from what you've just been saying is that an individual as an athlete on athlete can impose their own levels of fatigue upon themselves. I can't do anymore. I can't. That's it. That's the one. And then the the actual physiology is yes, you can. But you've Sophie impose that upon yourself. Do you find the that happens? More and more are people. Bill differently to sink in a different way. Yeah. I I don't I wouldn't call. He says imposed that what you're saying. What you're referring to is the defense between when we feel that we cannot keep going and because of that week which was thought was lowdown in ace and ill body if he's a larger is actually capable of doing. That's that's where the disconnect is. But the the first kind of which is this feigning, which is mainly primarily dictated by allowed the ask phase, which is the perceptual Esau which basis over time who the point that you've seen it as that you have given even toll and if you cannot keep going that's the only that's a psychological phenomenon. But that doesn't mean that he self imposed in a if you if I cut your 'em hamels, you would of pain ecological phenomena, but that's not self-imposed. It's because I've got your ankles ram, but eighty. He's a distinction between the ceiling of knob, enable continual and the extra ability of the body took the best wag the where the disconnect is where it's interesting to also at act. It's what you're saying is what you're saying is fascinating for two reasons. One based on that you can fatigue. Just a part of you, for instance, if you're a basketball player, and you shoot the ball six hundred times in one day, you can fatigue your arms to the point where you can't lift the basketball anymore or you feel like you can't lift the basketball anymore. Even though you can walk around, and you can read maybe run to the store, but what you couldn't do anymore is shoot a basketball. So that's the one thing that strikes me from what you're saying..

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"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

StarTalk Playing with Science

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

"You're on your ride your bicycle south simple, doesn't it and then two point four miles swimming. Yeah. A hundred and twelve miles bicycle riding gray. But you don't have Bosc on the front. So there's no way to put the shopping, and then it's a twenty six point two two mile marathon guys. Oh, hosted saying you gotta get it all done in one day. You know what? I mean. Yeah. There's no taking a nap in between. Yeah. All right. So that's I unmanned triathlon. And Mark Allen is better and has been better than anyone ever. So a I guest, Dr Sam wehrley Makoro, welcome to the show, sir. Just before we get going. You'll research combines physiology and psychology to investigate fatigue in endurance performance. Can you discuss how triathletes differ from other kind of enjoy? Silence athletes above and beyond. They do three events and some other endurance athletes on just do the one. Yeah. I mean in the basic games people that go there and US performance in the apply across all dispose of in the China and jeeze for biathletes, I in terms of the training therefo- combining training three different disciplines, which can I guess because of the volume of training that they have to be more likely to suffer from other trend in which is a full mckearney fatigue. Maybe we can discuss that emotional. It's it's more difficult to ACO says when you have to combine and manage your your race across free different. These though in a way, you could say that on that point of view, it could be more challenging than others in the basics asked basing other. So when you talk about fatigue. I think that you're looking at a different definition from many different. People. Some people will work for an hour and say, oh my God. I'm just I'm so fatigued, you know, I can't go on. And and then you'll have some people who run, you know, fifty miles, and they'll say, I'm fatigued is there a baseline definition in your in your studies that says this is what fatigue is do. We have a base definition for fatigue. Yeah. That's a million dollar question. All we don't okay. Gog many seen any actually it's just been a problem for a long time because it impairs communication between scientists and also between scientists and the public because not EMMY many, many different things and some of these things was impotent station of being hired after a long event that you just described that that's not the people use the called that feeling of Ibos after demanding Tasker fatigue, and that's fine..

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"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

StarTalk Playing with Science

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"mark allen" Discussed on StarTalk Playing with Science

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20 Secrets About Nikki Reed And Ian Somerhalder's Marriage

Van and Bonnie in the Morning

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

20 Secrets About Nikki Reed And Ian Somerhalder's Marriage

"A monday morning let's find out what's going on in the world and right here in des moines near stone well bonnie there were strong earthquake a strong earthquake hit japan early monday three people are dead there about three hundred people hurting as a result of that was in osaka there were water rescues over the weekend here one known death and other man is missing at least five illegal immigrants are dead following a crash in texas a motorcyclist was killed in a crash sunday in pleasant hill and every parent can sympathize with the mom whose fiveyearold knocked over an expensive sculpture cities insurance companies now telling her that she's the one is you pay the one hundred thirty two thousand dollars to replace the artwork details coming up at seven thirty on newsradio ten forty whol thank you so much tom seven nineteenth our time mark allen has sports good morning mark top of.

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World Cup 2026: United States, Canada and Mexico Win FIFA Vote

Van and Bonnie in the Morning

01:09 min | 2 years ago

World Cup 2026: United States, Canada and Mexico Win FIFA Vote

"Mark allen thank you so much and once again top of the morning everyone breaking news this morning united states canada and mexico won their joint bid to host the two thousand twenty six world cup now the two thousand eighteen world cup soccer tournament begins tomorrow in russia spain just fired their head coach yesterday he accepted the job to be the head coach of real madrid when the world cup tournament is over but spain's national team governing body didn't wait thought he acted inappropriately so they fired him spain goes into the world cup without their head coach jim golf the second major of the year tees off tomorrow morning the us open shinnecock hills and southampton new york major league baseball the reds over the royals five to one san diego beat st louis four to white sox topping cleveland five to one the walkie over the cubs for nothing minnesota beat detroit six four iowa cubs on the road tonight playing at reno to the nba iowa native nick nurse now the head coach of the toronto raptors i'm mark allen for newsradio ten forty w way joe thank you very much markets.

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Daniel Craig Says Bond 25 Is His Next Project

Van and Bonnie in the Morning

01:57 min | 3 years ago

Daniel Craig Says Bond 25 Is His Next Project

"Nba right now philadelphia beat atlanta one twentyone one thirteen seventy sixers have won fifteen in a row to baseball nashville over the iowa cubs seven and nothing boston over the fourteen to one pittsburgh beat the cubs eight five minnesota dropped houston four to one seattle over kansas city eight three saint louis beat milwaukee five three tampa bay over the white sox six five i'm mark allen for newsradio ten forty who i see that sister jean dolores schmidt is back in the sports news did you see that i did in ninety eight year old chaplain of the loyal chicago basketball team they asked her to throw out the first pitch for the cubs home opener which i think was delayed because they had snow there for a while so anyway they took her out there she from her wheelchair she threw an underhanded pitch and she laughed as bob bounce toward home plate so i wonder if they clocked it whatever that's exactly right just a bit outside bad news for the three of you guys you know how daniel craig said for a longtime he wasn't going to be james bond anymore franchise and that they were going to have to look for another james bond well seems like you guys are not going to get the chance to play james bond because he has decided to go ahead and do it what i love is when he said the only reason i would ever come back is if they offered me a lot of money he's getting he's going to be doing the twenty fifth installment of the spy film this is his fifth time in the role and he dropped the bomb while he was auctioning off his personal 2014 austin martin for chow oh yeah no i liked him as bond so i'm excited about that and then that's it.

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Charlie, Henry and Carter discussed on Van and Bonnie in the Morning

Van and Bonnie in the Morning

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Charlie, Henry and Carter discussed on Van and Bonnie in the Morning

"Four nba milwaukee over golden state won sixteen one zero seven for the warriors kevin durant coming back after missing the last six games with rimba jury it didn't last long got kicked out in the first half after a couple of technicals i'm mark allen for newsradio ten forty who i gotta ask you something maybe you don't even know the answer to this but do any your kids have recess at school yeah there's a couple of elementary kids and charlie and henry i think they have two recesses a day wow i went to recess with carter not that long ago well i'd like to just go with somebody i wanna be a participant i was played on the slides and we played tag and we'd all sorts of you the van and bonnie show was a recess for me every morning hang out with my friends so.

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"mark allen" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"mark allen" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Sports good morning mark allen job in the morning to you by me good morning everyone let's start with women's basketball number 25 iowa over drake seventy nine 66 iowa state over nichols seventy 75 forty seven college basketball coming up tonight colorado taking on the hot guys in sioux falls at eight p m will have the game for you here on 1040 who ninthranked xabier at northern iowa tonight at eight p m maryland eastern short at drake than tip off tonight scheduled for seven pm and there are two games on the docket today last night ncw football temple over florida international twenty eight two three at the gasparilla bowl i'm mark allen for news radio 1040 who joe thank you mark is so do you have any kedo's that would like to talk to santa i think i've got a couple here's the first one this is max can you say good morning good morning good morning how are you this morning then our our you'll set for christmas yeah dear heavier dad's gift goal wrapped now the for your free maybe that's the problem he didn't i think maxis faces about is red is yours too what would you like for christmas this year i now unnerved gone i'll tell you what we have to shut down the factory some days because the elves get play in with those things and we right the stop everything in pick up all the little liberal project law right now let's let's turn it over real quick santa here's charlie okay good morning charlie iphones hi what would you like for christmas nomura elected the light margaret thatcher but who can that sounds like what would your dad stay off of it yeah boy it sure does sound like fund doesn't it we'll we'll soon we can do charlie while you're good people no self centered credits is human okay i will oh gosh and then one more one more silicon you just say merry christmas antho magp assists.

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"mark allen" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"mark allen" Discussed on WEEI

"Want a mark allen late father daughter i'd call wear settlement creditor on either has built at all as in the white house that's what you want no i did have would argue while auslin in the white house while i voted for hillary you you'd vote if you have ira you do need to be reminded i predicted trump would win you you will voted with harvey you and harvey with the same said you know they have through there the one thing voter rental riley one thing these guy the railmen top topac yes tolbak toe back whatever name legend in burden o'reilly shor uh you've got more purpose on your side nice run the lips have more parts in the republican yes looked unhappy trump won for our show i'm sad for our country a please you think our country would be better off with that evil mountain of may he naming ottoman in the showing horse i know that uh and show the worst yes that's at matters host i agree i even and will place when media meltdowns because they're just good delicious will do that will play this wicker sham stuff we get back to the clout now they want now because we're so i could say heard shirt which which cut short by now leg nothing other juicy what he wanted player oh nothing although it's play the one we were just talking about the gently jumped this is wicker shape talking about the ballot the f you read we find exact quote here jerry from the story driven read the story i have in front of me suit that i just read that line none of them about the uh the the sons taking over that's dumb and of it it say diplomats admirable i think well like that wouldn't do that bella chekists seeking to secure an immortality of his own no one knows how much longer you'll coach but his friends given two or three more years enough to ensure that is to son stephen brian both patriots assistance are secure and possibly long enough to establish a truly dynastic succession fight stop when you read.

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"mark allen" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

WSRQ Talk Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"mark allen" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio

"Author a visionary business and entrepreneurs guide to success and mark allen is joining us and the you know let me just say this i you know we've had mark on the program before laid a long time here you hear things like this and you think oh this book is about business and it is about business but the story that he tells in the relationship with the character this is a story book as well as this fantastic guide to setting up your life and setting up a business for sure you could take this if you've never been in business before you could take this book and if you followed at from beginning to end and at the end of every chapter there is a summary so even if you read the summary over and over again you would have the guide a lot of people come and say how do you do business how do you start a business how do i get on my own well even if you're just in a job and want to get a clear alive you can follow each of these summaries and practice them and i would venture to say mark wouldn't you that at the end of i can't even say how long but you would be well on your way to any success that you want in your life aren't true it took me twenty years to write gorka novel imperative if i would have had that book manning here would have finished la la yeah absolutely where you know thirty is a late bloomer in some some circles aristotle is a millionaire before he was thirty and you know there's certainly bill gates and there are a lot but not as many as we'd like now one of the things that we said we took our break was.

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