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"mark bells" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"When you're in between those ages you can just chalk it up to being young and say well you know. What do you do for a living and the kind of say. Oh do this or that. But i eventually want to do that. And you just chalk it up to being young that you're not doing the shit that you wanna be doing but you can only do that for so long and then eventually you know you have to kind of become part of society. But it's very understandable to be lost and there's a lot of people that are that feel lost but when you feel lost. I think it's the most important thing to understand or no. It doesn't matter who you're following. It doesn't matter who you're looking at. It doesn't matter if it's the rock or it's the president united states. Everyone's a little bit lost. People don't know what tomorrow has like. We can only assume what tomorrow has. We're all trying to do our best and so continue to ask questions not only ask questions but ask you know work on asking better questions over a period of time so you can get better answers an income up with solutions. I think every single thing that you're wondering about And every single problem that you may have in your life. They're all fairly solvable. Maybe you know maybe not. Everything is maybe. Maybe you're not you're never going to be your most likely never going to be problem free but you can reduce all of your problems by continue to investigate and continue to ask. Questions osa mock. Oh some love that. Love that and i will leave it there guys just them. We've run over by about ten minutes birthmark. Andrew just want to thank you for coming on coming onto club. And this he's been he's been really really good really really great answers and it's been a few on. Its as a say i remember. It was a time when i was lost once and i didn't injured knee enough for i. Just don't want to do. And after i picked up a barbell i'll go into cross van. I sti- following mark and You certainly give me an inspiration over years and to be talking now and share in a review and asking questions is has been great and i'm really really appreciative. So because we're gonna shut down the room. I just want to say thank mark and thanks for doing this really really great for. Thanks for coming on everybody. That's been known instead. Ask questions and please follow up place for the police for the club and yet guys you have a great day you have a quiet evening but once again mark and you thank you so much. He's been ruled pleasure and enjoy whatever. Thanks so much guys take care. Thank you so much appreciate it appreciate you guys take care of. You wanna have a great evening great evening. Actually wh- what were. What are your thoughts on. How how that went cool. Yeah thought they asked a lot of cool questions. Always good to have You know different people asking different questions. And that's that guy's a fan That last question was an interesting one. I think i think when you when you are. Someone is having problems. It's hard for the information even land on you correctly you know i could. I could send a video to somebody. Hey man if you watch us. I really think it will help you because it. It helped me. But i'm in a different spot than somebody else. When i send it to them they might not hear any of the message or they might misinterpret some of the message. You know i could send something somebody that says that shares a bunch of stories about The woman who wrote harry potter the star wars story the raw. You know the semester loan. Rocky story i could send somebody a bunch of this information and someone could misinterpret that that like i need to. I need to wait it out. I need to stick to my guns. My ideas are bad ass. And i know that they're going to work at some point and it's like well. Maybe you didn't write harry potter. You know what i mean like. Maybe maybe your idea is not that. And maybe my point in sending it was to just shell that these people never gave up on themselves and they never gave up on these projects and Someone can kinda misinterpret that a different way. And just you know think that they're going to all of a sudden gets spotted by somebody and something. Miraculously cool is going to happen for them. So i think that that last question was a tough one to really answer because it just depends on like the stages of that. You're in whether you're even capable of receiving the very question that you just you. Just ask something. How do i lose weight. And when sudha somebody starts spitting out how much hard work or how much work there is to be done. You're immediately shutting it down you resistant to it because you're just not really ready for it. I don't wanna go on much longer. But i would say like or i would ask you. Is it similar to like somebody trying to get on a Like i want to lose weight but all the junk And then you say no. How about you try this. That's going to be really hard for them to just click over and start eating a little bit healthier right so if they are in a bad spot you give them some good advice. It's probably just not gonna hit my take awhile and just might be. They might kind of be offended or they might go and try to do it and then they find out. It's just it's way more difficult than they thought and rather than working on incremental progress trying to be a little bit better. They say fuck it. I'm just not ready for that. You know i just. I'm not. I'm not good at that. I and then people get kind of negative self talk and it just becomes a snowball of kind of self Of negative self talk. Yeah all right. Well we'll get out of here if you guys enjoyed that. I think it's called fitness. 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"mark bells" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"You're hampered with his injury is brilliant. Thank you mark inside loads of inspiration this so thank you so much. I really appreciate it. Diane thanks so much. I'll pass it back. Thanks janette thanks mark Come into the time now but just a question for you mark. What what's your goes now. If you achieve everything to fitness career what what you can do moving forward if you've got anything that you want to do. Chievo any goes in sounds of fitness or even business for that now. Just want to continue to reach many people's possibly can you know expand out in Spread my wings more and and Reach as many people as possible. I'd like to help people that are obese and help people that are maybe head down the wrong path Eventually i'd like to get into you know figuring out some ways to help Like families really Children and things of that nature. So that's i want to be able to serve and service more people With the knowledge that. I have. Because i think The stuff that i preach i think is is fairly reasonable to implement and I have many different like stages in many different ways. That people can do it. I'm not stuck on any one particular diet so I'm not married to any principle or concept necessarily but i do have some ideas and concepts that i think when people implement them It can be something that they can utilize some consistency to get the results. They're looking for I like ketogenic diets. I like low. Carb diets like intermittent fasting. But i'm also you know open minded to allow people to pick a diet. That's going to work well for them. And if it works and it helps to minimise Somebody's body weight gain. It's helping to manage body weight than i'm i'm all for it and supportive of it and Try to be as positive as i can For all those individual people but yeah that's Some of the next mission is to hone in and work on focusing on that samat. I love that. I love the off. Got one more burning question for you mark. If you don't mind me asking what you set your modifies. Yes sir. Yes so i work with people are looking to get into their out of works. Look into getting so work so educate them and i do touch on fitness and so mental health. How they can optimize just being healthy but lot of what they ask me. Is you know some of these people. Are you know the reading secure that there may be a way on the white but i sites me. I'm lost what to do. I'm lost thunder what to do. What would advice would you give to somebody that is lost and doesn't know what to do in general. What would you say. I would say that You know It's as simple as asking if you have questions and you want answers. All you gotta do is ask and so. I think that that is a really really important thing i think. Sometimes people feel foolish and asking. I think somebody who has lost and has a drug addiction or somebody who's lost and is kind of just struggling their life. It's a really really hard thing to do. Even go to like your best friend and to say. Hey man like i suck. I'm really struggling. I could use your help and you might be ashamed or embarrassed about whatever it is that you need help with and you might have a question that you think is just so silly because it's so basic and even for people that aren't like suffering necessarily but you just kind of. You're not sure of what to do next. You don't know where to go. You don't know what the steps are the. I think there's important things to know and one thing to know is that nobody knows where they're going The meaning of life is something that is like unknowable. And so all of us can end up kind of thinking about that for a minute and going home my god. That's fucking miserable. We don't know why we're here. You know why am i here. Why am i doing this time i. Why am i doing this with my kid. Or why am i thinking about doing this or that. Sometimes it doesn't make any sense but actually there's a different way of looking at it and that is that because life kinda seems meaningless. It's actually a huge blessing in disguise. Because it gives us the autonomy it gives us the freedom for each individual person to define what it means to them and so it doesn't have to really have a lot of meaning or purpose behind. It could be as simple as i'm just going to take on each. And every day the best that i possibly can and i would like to figure out ways of moving my family forward from where my previous generations were I would like to just advance this family of a couple of inches forward. And that's like a that gives that now gives you meaning and then how do you do that. You kind of work your way backwards from there. I think work anyway is a really important skill to learn and you can kind of think of maybe you feel a little bit lost but maybe always wanted to be a chef or you wanted to be an artist or wanted to be this or that work your way backwards from there. What would it mean to do that. Will who are other people that you know in your circle nowadays you know. We used to have seven degrees of separation between people very hard to find material experts. It was very hard to gather information. I guess you could go to a library or you could potentially have a mentor in your life and be very lucky but nowadays through the internet.
"mark bells" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"With a bum. Knee is still way off the charts. I mean you could do a lot of exercising and you're just trying to find stuff that doesn't aggravate it but you can also get multiple benefits by finding things that not only don't aggravated but maybe things that might strengthen it and you can kind of look some of these things up again ben. Patrick is one of the leading experts in this area. I think You can look up. Something called a peterson. Step up There are other exercises such as walking backwards with a sled can be tremendous. Ju just a sled has wait. A minute. And again ben patrick. He's smart and he knows like not. Everyone has access to you a sled that they can load plates on and it's not always easy to use that kind of stuff use it outside. It's loud and so he just recommends people get an old beat up backpack throw some weight in their attach of rope to it and then put it on your lifting belt and walk backwards with it and do it like in a field or something like that so there's just so many options in terms of You know even when we are her even when we are banged up but be patient with it and don't do a good rule thumb in terms of injury in terms of. I guess just pain in general. I think anyone could use this any time in the gym. And there's i'll give you a couple of good rules of thumb here. Number one is don't train above a pain level of three in terms of like discomfort and actual not like musk muscular Pain not like oh man. I don't know if i can do in the rep type stuff but More so just acute pain. You know you've got pain in your shoulder elbow or knee should never be above a level. Three notice. I said we're never right. Never be above a pain three. There's no reason it's not any more beneficial to continue to do that. Exercise hurts that bad. It's going to cause more damage other things to keep in mind our that your your first rep should look like i'm sorry you're last rep should look like your first rep and i believe that this is fairly true of all exercises almost all the time maybe ninety five or ninety eight percent of your training should look that way your last rep of your last set should look like the first rep of your first set. You're last rep of your last set. Should look like the first rep of your first set. Wait can dictate your reps and reps can dictate your weight. But they should be dictating each other for sure again. Meaning like if i'm going to put two hundred pounds something or one hundred kilos as you guys say. Put about one hundred kilos on something. Then i need to in my head. Associate a number of reps with that. That are reasonable for me to be able to do. And this is how we can avoid getting hurt in the first place. So hopefully all. Those things are helpful. There's also like a lot of other exercises you can do. Sometimes we tend to make fun of some of the stuff we see in jams but there's that nominal ergonomic where you can just move your arms you can also hit like a heavy bag Just you know punching like a heavy bag which just might be great released because of your frustrations with you know The knee pain. You can hit a speed bag which is just some fun exercise and you might be able to do something like an elliptical. You don't sleep on those things that there are still great forms of exercise And you can also kind of take this time to as you pointed out You know build up your upper body a bit train your arms a little bit more. Do more pushups. But if you're still trying to keep that heart rate elevated maybe you're able to get on an elliptical piece for thirty seconds. Go at pretty hard pop off there and do some shoulder flies. Go back to the elliptical comeback to the weights and and do You know some curls and so forth and still get amazing workouts. I think you'll be surprised and shocked at how awesome the workouts can be. Even though.
"mark bells" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Things actually are there physically kind of hard to overeat. There's probably a reason for that but anything outside of that you know. Now we're just kind of playing with stuff that's kind of manmade and not great for us and those things should be eaten in very very small moderation in my opinion so a lot of the science stuff i. I don't think there's really a ton of reasons to get too tied up and there's definitely not any reason to be handcuffed by to not allow you to make the progress that you wanna make love. Mark love that and now on on every single level and i'd love to have to pick your bryant live in a little bit more than that but very mindful of time and i said we got few people in the room ben nick. Michael mark antony genetics disjointed guys. If you want to ask a question please. Flashing mark mark's probably about another fifteen twenty minutes. So i want to try and get as much volume as possible answers. Yeah as many questions as you can so just a quick room. Respect room set. we've got mark. Bell andrews ever goes ak the pouch projects and so marks very commonly coming on to give some cunanan anything fitness life mindset will be guys we've got about fifty minutes anybody got question any produce cup stages got anything to ask. Mark a were here. Please flashing moist and so any questions. If as you please manage to yours auburn mark. Thank you for your insights things you said about. There's nothing new in the world in thinking. sometimes we we live in a society where people think. Oh i've got to know more nine more be successful now. You're talking in the context of in our health and bodybuilding etc. The principles utah kobe. You could apply to anywhere completely osa court like with your arguments around so having the time is precious and you you spend twenty years you first poverty life learning learning learning. And then you spend the rest of your own learning. So he's a nomadic. I only recently go into fitness gloss couple years and before that it was very much out when of tom wanted in and not changed my mindset to. This is a negotiable. Now what about anything but the white space is my question to you is. This is people. Have this notion around fitness at at eight. say for some people win In for me it's a non-negotiable more. Do you think we need to change. As a message. In society that people are growing up with non-negotiable looking offi soapstone graduate. This is how the bad food To to indulge yourself but keeping fit is as important as sleep or anything negoti. What did you think we need to change the ten messages. So that gets rid to people. S may downplay. Yeah i think a major thing to look at is Many folks probably would really benefit from just not looking at things as workouts Not even looking at things. Necessary exercise Looking at things as activity and or exercises so.
"mark bells" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"My most memorable moment in a contest is bench pressing seven. Oh five It's in the film bigger stronger faster. There was a lot on the line. You know my brother's filming a documentary that Ended up landing in a movie theaters around around the country and there hasn't been a movie similar or sense that time That has had quite the impact that bigger stronger. Faster has had On the fitness community and on performance enhancing drugs in general and so It was a huge honor to be part of that. And to be going for this bench press Inequality test and be able to hit that bench press In that meat. And that's the way the movie ends. The movie ends with with me. Bench and seven. Oh five which is another honor. I mean is this really really cool. But like news thing about the circumstances leading up to all that and kind of the pressure that was at aps senior nationals. Which is one of the biggest competitions in the in the world at the time and it just felt amazing. Come through on that particular day. What people might not know about that days. I went nine for nine that day. I made all my squats. I made all my benches and made all my dead lifts That has never happened in the history of mark bell competing on the platform With me having a career in powerlifting that spend over the course of like thirty years nearly so There was just like some magic in the room on that particular day and that was an amazing moment. The other reason why that was important to me as i saw tedd are cd. Bench press seven. Oh five On a wwf. airing Of.
"mark bells" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"What's up everybody. Welcome to mark bells power project podcast hosted by mark bell co-hosted by seeing and myself andrews. Air goes it's been hot made since we've done something like this In the past we've we've published marks appearances on other people's platforms on our items feed. Our podcast feed. I should say win away from it and we're coming back to today. Mark is on the fitness and fifteen clubhouse club. A club where they have over two thousand members bringing live fifteen minute workouts to clubhouse every single day it's awesome they're uk base so. We're going to hear a lot of really amazing Accents that americans just happen to love for some weird reason but anyway they they cover workouts from hit Zoo yoga body weight and so much more. Their mission is to encourage better health fitness being and mindset to anyone and everyone and it was really cool. Because there's open platform on clubhouse where you know people that were visiting. The club could stand up and ask more questions and the some really interesting questions and really mark just had a blast and we got his final thoughts at the very end. Once we got off air so make sure as a stick around for that. And that's it for me. Hope you guys enjoy this. Clubhouse interview will say with Mark bell and fitness and fifteen. Catch you guys later nick. How we doing. I'm just going to bring you up to this a speaker. No mark no way way. I'm in mark how you doing. I'm doing fantastic. How are you really woman. I'm just gonna give you the the green bean whereas andruzzi coming right there here. We're just using mark's account for everything others to of your fantastic brilliant. I go is one second. Just gonna make the moderate so just what a welcome lindsay is guys say. Lindsay is the only fifty fitness in fifteen and hosted this clubs so just wanted to say just welcome lindsay. This is mark. Martin andrew a token on the mark profile. So if you can hear two voices to become one. I love it. I absolutely love it. Thank you for taking. The reins is just wrapping up on our other brief. Just inviting some people on stage. But i'm gonna let ben very much take the reins on this as i have. Just come from an hour and a half. qna sleek ream. And i could do the little bit of rest on on on going to leave in your capable hands not be doing some of the pain show if you agree that i'm looking forward to this one guy even absolutely now just want a big thank you to market and you're too. I'm a little bit starstruck at the moment. I'm going to sell footage you for so many years. You've been here of mine for so many years. And it's a real one to have you on so we want to make this interactive as possible as say you guys very conic gives forty five minutes of your time so we just want to try and get as many questions as we can. Great to star mark those. That may not know you. Those you the in the audience would love to hear about you your story and how you got to become slingshot the power project to where you are now as a sound. Know that you've been a professional wrestler palace. The now you doing great things in business and inspiring many many people again. I'll let you take the reins man. We'll see if we can get some questions guy all right here we go so yeah all started when some asshole kicked my new york jets football into the woods and you can kind of cut to a rocky. Montage of meat training started lifting. When i was about twelve had two older brothers that were into lifting. My oldest brother was my childhood hero and He was big into football and big and lifting weights and so i followed in his footsteps and so did my brother chris. We've been a family that was Way into lifting weights way back before it was cool and not only were re into lifting weights. But we're also into powerlifting gym. That i kind of grew up in was a powerlifting type of facility although people didn't even call it powerlifting back then people were just into being big and strong and there was none of this No cardio equipment and things like that. People weren't talking about get skinny. People weren't talking about getting ripped they really just care about your performance and he cared about lifting heavy ask stuff. I started Lifting in a very young age and was immediately a little bit better than some of my friends. And i kinda recognized. Hey this is probably something that you should pursue. And so by the time i was about fourteen or so. I started compete. I broke some state. Records broke some national records and Just made me feel good about myself. And i wasn't The best in the classroom and so I had something kind of lean on or something to fall back on. That made me feel great about myself. i played a lot of Football i did track. I did boxing. I tried to do everything. I could to avoid powerlifting but it was always there. It's the girlfriend that i never wanted. That just kept coming back trying to annoy me And eventually i just gave up to it and surrendered to it and became powerlifter and eventually squad. Thousand eighty benched eight hundred fifty four pounds and dead. Lifted seven sixty six. Those are all equipped numbers. Where i wore bencher squat suit and things like that too. So people get a grasp of the type of lifting. I was doing because they might think man. Those numbers are absolutely insane. There are still heavy. No matter how you slice it but It was equipped powerlifting. At the time there was no raw power thing When i was coming through the ranks was just lifted and didn't really care what someone else War Gathered some professional wrestling for a while. And that's where i met people like john cena. The rock got to rub elbows with a lot of great individuals. And that kind of stuff. Help me recognize that. There's many different levels of success and there's many different levels of Genetics and all those kinds of things and it's been helpful for me to have that past Moving into the things that i do now and then also with professional wrestling. You have to have the gift of gab and be able to talk in front of people and That was tremendous in my development of being able to speak and once i got into powerlifting more as an adult i was like you know. I need to film this stuff. I need to share this with people. People are gonna think this dope. And so i started a youtube channel in two thousand seven. Probably about a year after youtube even started and Ben on social media from the jump and that is something that helped me to be known and then also something that helped me to be known as the film bigger stronger faster than my brother. Chris bell directed and People may know me from that or they may know me for my invention which is the slingshot a Support upper by device for bench. Press push ups and dips. And now i have a complete line of stuff that behind that elbow sleeves niece sleeves hip circles and so forth. And i guess kinda the rest is history from there so some people know me as a creator of some products some know me as a powerlifter and some people now me from the film bigger stronger faster about whatever i mean. I've i've i've folded for quite a few years and obviously now the success of sling. Charming up on your products as well and you know it's massive around the world but would you think was to become so successful from just be arrest..
"mark bells" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Had like the celery and parsley things would never eat in start to get that intelligence in my body and started change my palate and so i've learned like okay we do have these supplements climent but the food is really the biggest thing because of like this bioavailable more bioavailable nutrients like i really kinda start to click these things together me being my i best subject was really like math in in signs you know but not like biology <unk>. I hated it. I don't understand why we dissecting fucking worm. The you know in the because it didn't wasn't relevant to me and so but my analytical nature i started to ask questions and i just realized wait. This supplement was just invented like last week. Versus food like people have been eating this grass fed beef for thousands of years so i started to just go and eat more of the foods at the nutrients senate and not still doing some supplements but that's when really things shifted so it was both but the nutrition took longer like i i kind of like fiddled with it a while the exercise part was the thing that i really went into. What do you see the biggest. Excuse people make when you're trying to help them like the the person that you're dealing with that does really struggling and not making progress yet such a good question man you know this is the first thing jumps to mind was it's they're. They're they blame other people you know they don't have the support of the people are making it difficult for them. He knows their kid. I i would do that but i don't have a fridge at work. Yeah do that but my wife. She's not going to help not gonna cook cook different from me. You just like my husband. He's always frying. Whatever are you know like and so. That's what it is. It's nice to just do that. Just take all the blame shut off on other people and that's what goes back to what changed. My life was like taking responsibility <hes> but i understand how easy it is point fingers. Yeah you know and the crazy and this is why the i even got to a point in my practice whenever i could. I wouldn't just talk to the patient listen. I would have like their significant other. Come along too so we can all talk about this shit together so we can get onto an accord. You know because a lot of times. It's just that that comfort the same thing in a relationship. It's not that they're trying to sabotage. You know your success but they're comfortable with who you are where you are right now themselves you know even though they want you to get better but that's going to push up against them as well and their their belief about who they are. Maybe they need to improve and of course there's like fear ear envy involved as well like people leaving you in these kind of crazy things your spouse lose fifty pounds whereas that leave you right yeah so you know just getting people in the household together are there on the same accord and then pointing out excuses that we give like you said like. I don't have a refrigerator work. There's like the reason one hundred pounds overweight excessive. You knows like literally we can go from like here. Bring a mini fridge to your job..
"mark bells" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Giving my power away and i wasn't being the person that i knew that i could be and it wasn't about like i'm about to transform. My life is more like now i can. I can be better than this. <hes> i can feel better. I can think better. I could do better than what i'm doing right now. If someone walked in right dan and said you know we're going to transform your life. It probably would have been too much yeah absolutely so just being better the next day than you were on that particular the other day zachary saw he needed and i had power to affect change even if it was just changing my activity level you know like i couldn't get to the gym and run or anything like what if i go for a walk. I didn't do shit for two years like i didn't. I didn't exercise. I didn't do anything i like walk to. My car walked in some of my college. Classes almost dropped out of school because i was so embarrassed and just the process of walking was so difficult you know so it went from like a twelve credit load like three three three credits and that's why it took me like seven years to get my four year degree or whatever was kept like just dropping out everything and the thing was i still held on for some reason is because of my grandma. You know just like that beliefs deep down that i am great. I can't do something positive. Take my life and can also bring some other people along with me but i gotta get my shit together. I see you understand what it's like to kind of really behind the eight ball and like <hes> you you know we're here preaching fitness all the time and one thing that kind of frustrates me as we ended up talking to other people in fitness so it's this giant circle of of people people in fitness but you know we were trying to reach outside of that. We're trying to get outside that circle kind of you know if we were in the perfect world. It would look like the olympic rings all be linked together right and i'm thinking about you know those people that are you know sitting on the couch right now. There aren't motivated that if we tell them hainault it'd be great if you went for a few walks in there like like after that man like i'm you don't understand like my feet her. This hurts that hurts. How do you how you get that person. You know since you went through. How do you get that person to to move move start. Maybe with just one small step in nutrition or like. Where did you start exactly. Oh man. It's all about exposure is all about exposure. I didn't know it was possible. Astle like for me. It is bordering on miraculous but it was from that exposure earlier on in life. Those little pieces that i've picked up along the way the lowest hanging the fruit changing was fitness because you know my high school <hes> you know football. You know like that's what i knew can like let me at least my first. The one of my first thoughts in getting better was okay because auden missionaries over the course of the two years in my two for ninety nine cents honey bun <hes> for breakfast habit. You know what i'm saying like. I gained about forty pounds and not moving and i was. I was like the skinny indicated my family and my my family. A lot of the folks are overweight or obese and my gene kicked on man like because we all have you know one of them is the f. d. o. J. for example but it flipped on and i was like wait. It's not in wesel craziest. I didn't see it because i saw myself as fit guy great and then it just like a girlfriend of mine pointed out. That's always nice. May i was like trash mentally legs sometime. We need somebody to say that though yeah for sure that happened within that same week of me making a decision well right and so <hes> it was just those initial steps in in gaining weight so i just like like i need to get this weight off my frame..
"mark bells" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Then. He told me he's gonna simeon for <hes> m._r._i. My spine. I'm i literally mike but my leg hurts like what the what you mean yeah because i didn't get it there any of this was connected and so he put the morale for me to see and he showed me i two ruptured discs as well because there were so degenerated l four or five one and he told me that i had the spine of an eight eight year old man when i was not a healthy eight year old man and the thing marxist like maybe ten years from that his disk look fantastic but anyway so so <hes> yeah i i was happy because i was like okay now. I know it's wrong and so but i want to ask him. What can we do to fix it. He laid he looked at me like us from another planet and he was like like this. You know there's nothing new about this. This is something that happens and i'm sorry happen to you and is was one of the biggest miracles in my life life because i don't know where the question came from because i had no idea that matter but i asked him. Does this have anything to do with what i'm eating and he i mean he he looked at me like i literally just came from another from uranium area fifty one is so he looked at me like just like this. This has any told me. This has nothing to do with what you're eating and little. Did i know it had everything to do with whereas eating made out of just the worst possible possible you know and so bottom line long story short for me. It took two years before i started asking different questions because all it did from that point took twenty. Two twenty two was asked why me why won't they help me. I've been to this doctor and went to four different doctors total and they all gave me the same story and they were telling me. There's nothing you can do about this. I'm sorry you know this is just something that happens and it took me two years before i took responsibility for myself and just like let me find out about my body because i live here and i didn't know a thing about myself in so i this like with the doctor google you know and the internet was kinda. Just this pop in a time now and i just was like looking at like what what are what are bones made of what are your disk made of asking different questions and i found out my intervertebral disc disc that were so degenerated their most water a big portion of it but here's what what was so interesting is that there is there called their non vascular that means is in water and nutrients. Don't get their directly. It's a process called. Remote diffusion so bottom line is your body puts a lower priority on the head the the health of your disc versus other things in your body like your brain. If you bring in any water scotto their first for your blood <hes> in came across some research researchers found that when your body's deficient in these key nutrients it will literally leach from your bones and from your spine one of the first places at your body will go and take those minerals to eighty processes like clotting your blood. Maybe that's what happens when you're sick like your back hurts when you're sick you back at stiff neck that type of thing ever thought about that but <unk> but could be related to stem cells and things like that but and so for me i realise it wow like i've been doing this to myself like this is my fault. It's not just something anthem at happens or being. There are things that do happen are absolutely but i realized that i put the responsibility of myself and caring for myself off on all these other people external to me we even if they meant well. They don't they don't do this stuff for me. They can't they're not like spoon feeding me and so once i started to find all of these different nutrients insana found out what like my bones all i knew about calcium because marketing <hes> are found out like there's like twenty five other things many of them might be more important than calcium for for aiding in the development art bones and sell..
"mark bells" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"We can both eat the same two thousand calories and i might gain weight on that diet. You might lose weight just because of how your metabolism set. We all have a unique metabolic fingerprint. That's going to determine what the calories do that. We consume now. I'm not saying the calories don't matter. This is a unit measurement that gives us a baseline measurement. We got right cannot dislike fully make it religion. You know that's that's dangerous because again. It's gonna work for some people because some people listening there was like i've just measure my calories count my macro. I win you know but that doesn't happen for everybody. Everybody got to understand that because again we blame the other person so i just matter of fact. I'm gonna pull a study up right now. It's the points that you're bringing up a really interesting thing. I think you know a great place to try to get somebody to you. Know have them say they lost twenty pounds n._f._l. Easy to them. That's always the hope that's always the goal and i think that's why there's so much dispute going back and forth between carnivore diet <hes> if it's your map rose there's all these different diets and people getting excited but it's usually like a guy i like myself who who utilized a low carb diet. I used to weigh three hundred and thirty pounds and i've nowadays we in the thirties and i feel so darn good about. I wanna share with everybody and then sometimes you're thinking hey the only way i can share this. Get people excited about if a bash everybody else over the head with a baseball bat of why i'm doing it but it's i realized it's there's not a reason to do that because the people that are counting their calories. They got healthier year then. Let it be. It's they got in better shape. That's cool. That's why you're good what you do as well as just like. We go then phase of like wanting to bat but there's so many different paths to the goal so listen to it so this was a study is was published in the journal cell till peer-reviewed prestige journal they found that the presence of a certain type of gut bacteria actually blocked people's intestines from absorbing as many calories from the food aid the the bacteria in your gut determine airman how much is getting shuttled from your gut which are gut in a sense is kind of leg..
"mark bells" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Interesting when you start to somebody comes to you and they're like hey man. I'm heavier than i wanna be. I need need help. You write out your are extra prescription has like hey you need to sleep better and they come back and they're like i haven't lost any weight yet in like any to sleep better they come back and he needed to sleep better and you keep saying it over and over again you finally start to get them to sleep better and this is something i've been communicating with people for a long time not so much about sleep and i don't know nearly the amount that you know when it comes to sleep but what i do know is that so many people in their effort to lose weight or in their effort to like feel healthier feel better they're going to the gym and they're really they're working faces off here and they are sleep deprived and not only are they sleep deprived and working their faces off but they're also calorie deprived and so each day is a really hard battle for them. They might do pretty good for two days or the three days. Then they fall off they go out with their buddies have a drink or whatever it might be and they kind of keep repeating the cycle and they really are working really really hard and i would say the majority of the time they're probably putting in you know seventy eighty percent of the time it probably pretty good here but pretty good isn't enough to kind of swing all those hormones moans in your favor to get you going and i've been trying to share with people as like. Let's figure out your sleep. Let's figure out your food. I have people eat more and they come back to me and i cannot even understand understand how this is working right because it doesn't make sense from what we hear with the calories in calories out debate you being a nutritionist kind. Of where do you stand stand. <hes> in terms of nutrition and you know what do you recommend. Oh man this is. This is huge man. <hes> i got into focus on asleep a necessity. I just didn't see anything in the market that made sense for people but man for me. Food was my bridge to change in my life you know and i think it's a really powerful onramp because could something we all do and we interact with you know multiple times a day consciously will unconsciously too sometimes but you know this is a very simple thing. Uh when i i went to a traditional university and i was taught by my overweight professor to have people expend more calories than they take in thermodynamics pyramid the whole thing like it was strong seven to eleven servings of whole grains. A day in man was following this advice. He was working hard he didn't they want to be in the state that i resent and for me. I didn't even know that food matter like that. I took the class.
"mark bells" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"I'm just coming here was just an obvious would move sooner. If my son he was in high school though so i just let him finish and so you just moved from saint louis to los angeles. That's that's a big a big culture shock. Join the food because i know like in in saint louis. It's it's way different because i used to live on east coast from new york originally and even when i go back home and visit family you know it's it's a big deal about ordering food at restaurants and stuff like that 'cause i'm from a smaller area upstate new york and if you try to order like aig egg whites. We try to get something different here. They kind of look at you twice but here in l._a. Is easy to get good food. Grant omar gosh. The access is incredible man. So is this rolling okay a._m. But yeah i grew up on a lot of people say a shitty growing up but i mean i'm like you got to. We need a salad till i was in my twenties. The first time i eat a salad while you know unfortunately my grandma snuck in brooklyn like put some velveeta cheese on and got that that in my body but like i have my birthday party at mcdonald's and just like you know when you're younger. Your parents want you to eat something a lot of times too and especially like grandparents because i live with my grandma's about seven. It's like food is like a communication of love in a sense you know and so she's wanting to eat stuff. I like so a lot of fish sticks macaroni and cheese. Just you know kind of had that whole thing and when i think about going to a restaurant i think about po- folks. I don't know if you know that restaurant. They might not have one of the east coast. It was just like you know fried fish and it sounds like good eating the meals guy man but they all you can eat shrimp and i was just shoveling shoveling man like i remember the waitress coming by the table and gobbled up all this shrimp and then she thought we were stealing it is just like pointed his little kids as like now. Is this little little garbage yeah. What do you think of <hes> like a loppy made. I've heard you mentioned this a bunch of times at but <hes> i've heard you mentioned being like neurotic. You know towards like what kind of water you're drinking and what kind of food you're eating and <hes> your parent of three apparent of to man. I i got a hard. I i don't say anything i bite my tongue. You know because i've i've taught my kids since they were very young about nutrition and now they're teenagers agers and we're getting into their teenage years and i'm kind of like i'm just gonna like let them make their own decisions. You know some trying to let it go but i hear them order kokin looking. I'm like i can barely hear it. You know i could barely stand how do you how do you handle it for yourself and for your family sure you know was so awesome man and i would <music>. I'm so grateful for my older self my older version of me because i wasn't arrived like i went all the way to the other extreme from like eating the shittiest food possible to everything. Everything had to be a certain way. Even my water like you mentioned like i was going to spring in gathering water like some kind of you know <hes>. What does that michael landon <hes> what does that this show the the prairie little into a pond and stuff. I always think about intro to this show. Do you remember that meet. Turn the t._v. Off but anyways disrespect anybody love your show but man. I got so erotic i did <hes> but that's a great thing too is that i'm willing to experiment so i did like five years vegan three years raw food. Just i didn't eat anything cooked not cooked morsel food pass pass. My lips and i live in missouri. Get hard core winter's too you know and just like.
Facebook discussed on Mark Belling
"After a long period of development. Facebook is unveiling its own cryptocurrency named libra libra will launch what's called stable coin, a digital currency, that's supported by established government backed currencies which, theoretically will reduce the massive fluctuations in prices like bitcoin on the surface. The potential is huge. Facebook has two point four billion worldwide users already but consider the one point seven billion people who don't have access to Bank accounts. They are prime candidates for Libro on the downside Facebook sits under the shadow of a number of data breaches, along with the general mistrust in the platform. The big blockchain question will people trust a cryptocurrency from Facebook. The. Jury is out. Look for a roll out sometime
Apple, Amazon And Three Hundred Sixty Million Dollars discussed on Mark Belling
"Third big tech has to coexist. Even when they're battling for market share and often they've got to be clients case in point Apple's next phase is less about phones and more about services like I tunes apple music the app store. I cloud Apple Pay and the brand new apple TV. Plus, but what happens when apple needs a robust tech platform for all that data and those functions apple pays thirty million dollars a month for Amazon web services that makes apple one of Amazon's biggest customers three hundred sixty million dollars a year. And that number is going to go up and these are
"mark bells" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Right. And joining me now is a first-class father. He is a professional powerlifting champion and former professional wrestler. He is the inventor of device called the slingshot. He is a podcast their gym owner and so much more. It is a great privilege for me to say, Mark Bell. Welcome to first glance fatherhood yet that you so much. It's an honor to beyond the show. And I think it's really important for us men and women that are parents to share our message share our journey and sheriff story with others. You know, a lot of times on social media, all you kinda see is, you know, somebody with a new this or knew that. But there's not really that much talk about their family. I think a lot of times, it's unfortunate. But it just doesn't get the same amount of like sometimes. And so therefore it gets pushed to the side because it's not fancier. It's not maybe it's not the lifestyle that all the bachelors wanna live. Something like that. Well, said it seems as though that cheap thrill always gets all the attention on social media, and the really important stuff is often overlooked, hopefully, we can turn that around here and celebrate fatherhood and family life. So let's get started here. How many kids do you have? And how old already I got an eleven year old daughter named Quinn and a fifteen year old son named Jake awesome. One in one what type of sports activities into you know, they're they have a wide ally. Interest-based neither one of them really ever took much interest. In in sports. We had them, you know, as parents, my wife, and I we've we firmly believe that is important to try to make quote unquote force your kids to do some stuff. And we did just because we wanted them to have the experience of it. We think, you know, at a really young age like seven or eight or something like that. They maybe don't understand what's always in their best interest. And so therefore. We wanted to live sports as a form of exercise one utilize sports the form of teach him about team and come rotary and stuff that happens when you're when you're on a team and stuff like that. But neither one of them really sick to it. My son one day on the way to baseball. He was like I don't wanna play baseball anymore. And I was like, okay. I think it's like ten or eleven you're old enough to make their own decision. And the only baseball, you know, we can stop playing baseball. But let's finish out the season because you coach and your team is relying on his be there. And so we'll do it that way and we'll discontinue baseball. And so he did that daughters never had a huge interest in in sports either. She likes are and those kind of more her interest likes to read and my son now though has now gotten into weights, and he's been training here at super training gym with me out here in west Bak Ramento, and it's it's been amazing. It's it's hard not to get overly excited. When your child is excited about the same thing that you hear excited about some trying to try my best to play cool. But I don't know if I'm playing cooler or not, but it's a lot of fun having here in the gym have them working out. He's been talking about playing football possibly, so that's kind of cool. That's so cool. Mark, please take a minute here to hit my listeners a little bit about your background. And what you do. So I've been a long time power. I started tower thing when I was around twelve years old all growing up. I was kind of a heavier kid and also in school. I really I really struggled a lot in school. And so the only thing I really had was my weights. I I played football. And did a lot of their sports and did pretty well in those sports and things like that. But it was it was Har hard to hard like I guess gain gain traction anywhere else..
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Germany, Canada and Iceland discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"Iceland and Italy are tied for sixth and Israel, or let's say, no Sweden and France tied for ninth which puts us at thirty fifth on the list. Okay. So we're thirty fifth and you hear all the time about the American health system. You hear about the the, the medical care here and how long they have to wait in Germany. Germany's ahead of us how long they have to wait in Canada. Canada's ahead of us. Everybody's ahead of us in terms of life expectancy. Ours is like seventy nine point three and it's eighty. Eighty four point seven in in Japan. Okay.
Skype, Mark Woolsey and Raymond James Financial discussed on Mark Belling
"Allow users to save messages should they wish to do so Skype is rolling out its new version Skype eight. Point oh it offers free HD video and video conference calls that can bring together. Some two dozen participants the current Skype seven point o. will. Be kaput as of September first and premium features for low price. Phones that's the promise of a new series of chipsets being rolled out by media tech the chips are said to offer an array of different improvements Tech update Mark Woolsey NBC News Radio these offered to Raymond James financial services member. FINRA and SIPC advisory services offered through RJ f. s. investment group is not a. Broker dealer call two six.
"mark bells" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"This is this div almost did she. I will sitting here rollers Sav it is Saturday in the morning. Ten till nine. You were supposed to be here in our go talking to Mark Bell. I wonder if super training gym, Sacramento, California, we'll be talking about bodybuilding pile and yes, you decided to enter bodybuilding contest and I don't wanna better turn off because, hey, we're gonna talk about bodybuilding and dieting I want I, it's a bigger picture of the net because it's going to be about commitment and discipline hundred percent going down and I'll sitting alongside of Daniel Rego. How'd you guys go? Because you work request nutrition here in LA, dude, how'd you guys Oko indeed, it's, it's, it's really by proximity. Mark's brother, Chris lives about two minutes away from me and Playa vista. I'm sorry about that and indeed. And so it was really through my relationship with him and seeing him at a goals gym with some frequency that I came into Mark sphere of influence. And it's been an interesting trajectory since then because we've had an opportunity now to Claverie and on a few things and not working stuff together right now working on. Product on a crate and product between myself. My wife, Daniel and my brother. So we're working on a product right now called mind bullet, and that's in the works, and it's. Three Pence to your name, all your bodybuilder, former federal wrestler, you're a coach, the power magazine, you have power cast podcast entrepreneur. So yeah, before we get into all that bullshit. You know, what is the project? Could you're speaking? Yes. So we're working on. I recognize the a room in the market. You know, sometimes you just recognize room in the market for a particular thing. I created a product a while back called Kito Perot which is still one of the only there's a few more now, but for sure it was the first protein fat combination of protein and fats sold in powder form and some not. You just see a hole in the market and I'm like, well, that could be that gap could be filled. And so that's what we're doing with the crate him as well. It's called mind bullet because I feel that create them has has a weird stigma about it. People aren't sure about it. People feel it. It's very dangerous and we're going to actually run tests and things like that to prove that it is safe and it can be effective in moderate doses. And it can also be something that is a stimulant in a way, a nice boost. It can take a little edge off. You know, the aches and pains that we have from training and to me it just it all coincides at all comes together. I noticed with the usage of creidim and a Kito genyk style diet. We're any form of dining, but mainly had have to say, you know, intesting out with Akita genyk diet, the most it felt like, and this is just my experience. But my brother has actually mentioned this as well. It felt like it actually helped me focus in on the diet a little bit more. I think maybe anybody who likes to have a few drinks, maybe able to test to this. The fact that that little release of like just getting away and just then just having buzz is really comfortable or somebody likes tuned tobacco or something like that. And so with crate him, you get you get taken into that place, but there's no calories that are associated with it. It also for me, it wasn't anything to where I was like getting so high in. So jacked up where I was like, I need brownies. So I really liked the product a lot and I want to introduce it to the world. I want to bring it into the fitness. Industry because no one's done that yet. Are you advocate for? Because a lot of pain with what you placements arthritis and the whole nine yards him a lot of heavy left. So no, he's a big believer in it. But when you say that could give you use but can also bring you down that boost. What are you say? Take the edge. I'll take the ad. Forget a boost, but take the edge off. Yeah, they run the same to me boast an edge. Yeah. So so so so yeah, they're, they're, they're actually very similar..
"mark bells" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Mel young man's about forty one forty, two years of age, no rollers exploits and success and his inventions and the powerlifting circle in powerlifting world. Well, Mark Mel decided enter bodybuilding contests. So we are talking about the benefits of a bodybuilding diet with carbohydrates versus Akita genyk diet with basically no carbohydrates along with Mark. Bell on the podcast is his good friend, Daniel or aga-, and Daniel is a wealth of information done some work for quest nutrition out here in Kelly, and he joins us in on the podcast and when we'll get to a tricky subject, Daniel kind of breaks information downforce, good, dude, and joint meet, no man. It's always a pleasure to talk to Mark Bell. We're going to talk about his training regimen. Everything that is going through, why? How when his contest is coming up on August twenty fifth, and Mark is. Very well-spoken as you always says. But in particular onus, episode with respect to if you're not a bodybuilding fan, what your takeaway can be from this podcast is consistency commitment and discipline, and you know, permi- conversations with Mark Bell and Daniel along with, you know, tuning things back up on a personal level, man, I'll tell you what my discipline is one hundred percent on right now. My workouts are extremely focused. I'm back in the gym now and I never really left it. Although I did take a little bit of a break. I call it Margarita season and I talked about this on Mark bells power, cast the podcast I did with him a few days ago which will drop in the future. And you know, as long as I've been lifting weights as low as I've been trying to be in shape, you know, there's times where, hey, man, I want to get a break from the way it should just kind of have if you Margaritas or some west gear, whatever. But I put all that aside focus is getting back and share. And here's one of the things that I kind of picked up from my weightlifting journey sometimes as I trained by myself pretty much ninety nine point nine percent of the time sometimes you you're putting the work in. And the problem is you're just putting the work and, but you're not using enough focus and intensity and I have been guilty of that. And so talk with Mark, Dow view, few other bodies and and kind of taking a look at the system. I was using it how was training and in my conversation with Mark on his power cast by training partner. And I used to just push each other to the brink and we were having outstanding workout. So I kinda, you know, just rekindled that focus on that intensity still training by myself. But man, it is a night and day difference about how I feel about how I'm starting to look. Like I said, man, I was putting the reps and put in a sets and, but without the intensity, what would that really push yourself? Self. What kind of change are you really going to make and your body composition? You know, because if you're going to go the gym and you're gonna, let White's for an hour. Are you just going to go through the motions, like I was. Are you going to just really push yourself to the brink like I'm doing now? So some people out there that have been in a game, ran the grind or in the trenches for a long, long time. Sometimes you lose your focus and all I'm going to the gym every day, but how hard are you really pushing yourself as my bottom line for you? So and I'm pushing myself to the edge every single time I go the gym now and not only am I feeling different just on a physical level from composition level. I'm starting to tone up a little bit drop low body, fat, just look a lot more tone. But from a mental standpoint, man, I feel like a completely different given bang, much more relaxed. I have more energy. I would say my mood is on a lot higher level just because of my. Training and pushing myself again and on my cardio. I do about twenty minutes of cardio every day, but it's it's a benchmark type cardio where I'm on an assault air bike, and my goal is to burn two hundred calories..
Oscar Isaac, Khloe Grace and Nick Kroll discussed on Mark Belling
"Oscar isaac insure lease thereon will lead the addams family in an upcoming animated film the film will show how the new more tissue and gomez madden started their family the rest of the cast includes khloe grace is wednesday thin wolf part is pugsley nick kroll as uncle fester and bette midler as grand mamma set for release in october twenty nineteen star wars actress kelly marie tran is done with social media after allegedly dealing with months of harassment she removed all posts on instagram after reportedly receiving numerous sexist and racist comments that began after she started in two thousand sixteen star wars the last jedi i imagine the a new book about the creation of the song the album and the film imagine set to arrive this fall simply titled imagine the over three hundred page hardcover book will be released on october ninth which would have been john lennon seventy eighth birthday according to yoko ono the book tells the story heard her late husband's life working relationship during the time the classic album was being written and recorded with each chapter and song introduced with text by john and yoko leonard skinner don mailing the remaining dates for the band's last of the street survivors farewell toward the second leg of the trek set to get underway september twenty second in las vegas and stop in nineteen cities that's entertainment jenner.
Milwaukee, Trump and Alqaeda discussed on Mark Belling
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