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The mental health impacts of the pandemic one year later

The World

04:15 min | 3 months ago

The mental health impacts of the pandemic one year later

"To be with you today. Tomorrow. It'll be one year that World Health Organization director Ted Rose get Racists made the official declaration pandemic. Is not a word to use lightly or carelessly for 12 months. We've been living with the word pandemic, and it's reality more than 2.6 million people dead and 117 million infected because of the Corona virus. Planet continues to battle the acute phase of the pandemic and what get braces recently called mass trauma. As we hear from the world's Alana Gordon. Psychologists say the trauma will have impacts for years to come. Christie Douglas, He's a paradox. Collectively, we're experiencing this very much together in this moment. However, we are also doing so when we are all socially isolated in distance, collectively together and yet collectively, totally alone. Dangler is a clinical psychologist and global health researcher at Harvard. She says. The pandemic has even disrupted how we mourn. People grieve very differently. Everyone grieves so differently. Some people grieve very publicly. Some people grieve very privately. Sometimes we do a little bit of both. It's a mixed process, so there's really no one right way to do it. Douglas says rituals are essential to be able to begin to acknowledge the reality of the losses. Ah, lot of that has gone virtual this year. She says it's too soon to understand the impacts. But she is worried digitally connecting doesn't replace in person connections. Reef alone is very painful and were not meant to grieve alone, and we're forced now to grieve alone. Oftentimes in isolation. It's a lot. There's the losses from the pandemic and then other losses were grieving was interrupted by the pandemic itself. In the U. S. Black, Latino and other vulnerable communities are already carrying a bigger weight of these losses. This is happening against the backdrop of compound it stressors. So we're sort of in a perfect storm. We worry for downstream, clinically impairing conditions. And what I really worry about is the impact on the most vulnerable among us All. This means the impact of the pandemic and the collective trauma could last for years. Wh o. Emergency operations manager Mike Ryan recently stressed that this sense of loss can't be anyone Individuals burden to carry mental health systems are maxed out. I think there's a point Where it just becomes unethical to continue to call something out as an issue but not actually focus on solutions. Solutions for joy. means re imagine the whole system for addressing bereavement, making it more holistic. She's director of ever more a nonprofit that focuses on improving conditions for families, You know, brief siblings, right higher risk of premature death, dropping out of high school or teen pregnancy. Brief Children experience higher rates of depression. There's a lack of understanding that the systems around the families you can facilitate Helpful, coping, functional, coping or make coping all that more difficult and complicated. Mulherin says. Policies can make a difference like employment and housing protections. Benefit transfers. Psychosocial supports things that just aren't a guarantee right now. Christie Dangler at Harvard is deeply worried, too. She also says it's important to remember when you're into this pandemic that humans are resilient, acknowledging the loss and stress is the first step. And yet, she says, there also might be another paradox. In this moment, perhaps a more optimistic one. It's almost psychologically impossible to truly process and absorb. This without hindsight, without some distance, Douglas says, many maybe feeling none to the magnitude of losses in this moment, and some instances that can actually help it can provide a buffer. It can help us get through a very demanding time. And then when we have the space, we might go back and start the process. But in the meantime, she really hopes that these overdue collective conversations about grief and loss Lead to long term support for everyone who's grieving for the world.

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EU places export controls on coronavirus vaccines

BBC World Service

01:41 min | 5 months ago

EU places export controls on coronavirus vaccines

"Has criticized the European Union's announcement that it will bring in export controls on vaccines produced within the block. It again warned that vaccine nationalism would only prolong the pandemic. Senior wh o official, Dr Mike Ryan urged those protecting their own supplies to think of health workers around the world who may be in more need. They're right down the end of the queue right now. They're looking up to the top of the Cube on the figure at the top of the Q are fighting about where they're on the kids. I mean, that's what it looks like. Fighting over the cake when they don't even have access to the crumbs. You introduced the measure amid around with vaccine manufacturers over delivery shortfalls, But it was forced to backtrack on plans to override part of the Brexit agreement and imposed restrictions on the export of vaccines across the UK border on the island of violent after a diplomatic row. Kevin Connolly is in Brussels. The European Commission's readiness to impose border controls to restrict any flow of vaccines into Northern Ireland flew in the face of years of Brexit diplomacy, in which it claimed repeatedly that avoiding just such a hard border in Ireland was one of its key diplomatic objectives. Extraordinarily, It seems the threat to invoke legal powers in the Northern Ireland Protocol was taken without consulting the Irish government. There was talk of deep unhappiness in Dublin. It seems clear that the European Commission's anger and frustration at falling behind in the race to vaccinated populations prompted the sudden sharp escalation in what has been referred to as a vaccine war. A

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WHO warns coronavirus crisis could worsen before vaccine widely available

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:57 sec | 6 months ago

WHO warns coronavirus crisis could worsen before vaccine widely available

"Is warning that the Corona virus pandemic could get far worse before vaccine start to make a dent in the crisis. NPR's Jason Beaubien says that the W H O is particularly worried about Intensifying spread in the Americas. While the covert outbreaks in many parts of the world have gone up and down, the trends in the Americas, for the most part have been steadily up. United States, Mexico and Canada are all reporting record numbers of cases and deaths and South America. Brazil has seen cases double since the start of November. Mike Ryan, the WH Ose, Head of emergency says vaccines won't be widely available for months and vaccines alone won't stop this pandemic. We should celebrate. The vaccines are coming. But the next 3 to 6 months are going to be tough, He says. Countries that have high levels of transmission right now can expect that transmission to intensify if physical, distancing mass requirements and other public health measures aren't put into place. Jason Beaubien.

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Miami Marlins, Jeter Part With Exec Michael Hill After 19 Seasons

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:50 min | 8 months ago

Miami Marlins, Jeter Part With Exec Michael Hill After 19 Seasons

"So I don't know what the hell the marlins did over the weekend because they seem to have their first good since what two, thousand three and we were all wondering what Michael Hill was doing still with that job early on in that regime, and now they finally have a good season and they don't bring him back now he's not technically fired his contract expired. They're not renewing it for people who don't know. Michael. Is the GM for the Miami Marlins and what are you guys billy what do we make of this? Like what is doing here where we finally have a good season and then we get rid of Michael. Hill I mean I think before the season no one would have been surprised if Michael, Hill, wasn't there at the end of the season his contract was expiring. You wasn't part of this regime. person they inherited kept. So they you know made them an offer they couldn't come to an agreement and that's it. Now, they'll bring in their own person and that'll be that they did actually make an offer that well. Let me give you some clarification on this because David. Samson. Actually talked to Mike Ryan during during the segment that they do that is always informative and he if you were listening to that actually. What happened is exactly what he said was going to happen which is the Marlins were going to make him You know I'm using this term figurative figuratively, but also literally a token offer because he's one of two black executives in the league with that kind of power it's one of the reasons that he was still there even as they gutted the entire franchise because it wouldn't have looked good and quietly during twenty twenty after a playoff season. They needed to look like he turned down the job. So David Sampson said it was an embarrassing. He predicted an embarrassingly low offer that Michael Hill couldn't accept and that would he would have to walk away from and so what they said in the press release is mutual parting of ways.

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Covid pandemic could last for another 2 years says World Health Organisation chief in grim prediction

Clark Howard

00:37 sec | 9 months ago

Covid pandemic could last for another 2 years says World Health Organisation chief in grim prediction

"Ah, grim prediction from the World Health Organization as the global Corona virus. Death toll approaches one million the World Health Organization saying that could double to two million by the time a working vaccine is distributed. It's not impossible, W. H O director Mike Ryan says. Covert claimed a million lives in nine months. Just look at the realities of giving vaccine out there in the next nine months. It's a big times for everyone involved, but W H O covert 19 chief doctor Maria Van Kirk of saying stemming those numbers is still possible. We have tools in place to be able to reduce transmission and to save lives, urging people not to abandon commonsense

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WHO official says universal vaccine is the 'holy grail of our long-term hopes'

Tom Sullivan

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

WHO official says universal vaccine is the 'holy grail of our long-term hopes'

"For a vaccine to Battle Cove in 19 the World Health Organization's Dr Mike Ryan says the every elusive universal vaccine is quote the holy Grail of our long term hopes and quote We've spent many decades thinking and hoping for a universal vaccine against influenza, and that has not been achieved. The flu vaccine is not the same every year because the flu virus ah Rhinovirus changes to find a universal vaccine. Scientists need to find the consistent sequences. Proteins common in all viruses find enough of them to develop a vaccine to target those in an effort toward universal protection. If a vaccine for Corona virus could be developed, and we expect it will maybe common elements between it and a rhinovirus can be found that could lead to a universal vaccine. I'm

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WHO concerned about staying safe as world sees spike in COVID-19 cases

Markley and Van Camp

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

WHO concerned about staying safe as world sees spike in COVID-19 cases

"Coronavirus is not in our rear view mirror not by any stretch we are concerned that we are still very much on the upswing of this pandemic WHO's Dr Mike Ryan says the world is not on the other side of this pandemic Beijing had not seen new cases of covert nineteen for two months and now with dozens of new cases new strict locked on measures of being reimposed has health and government officials are trying to suppress the spread here in the U. S. more than half the states are seeing spikes in cases with Alabama North Carolina and Florida among the states seeing record numbers still much of the nation the world continues to push forward with re opening something the W. H. O. says can happen as long as everyone understands hall we have with each other to keep the virus from

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Amid confusion, WHO clarifies that COVID-19 can be spread without symptoms

Rush Limbaugh

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Amid confusion, WHO clarifies that COVID-19 can be spread without symptoms

"The world health organization is working to clarify a statement after that transmission of coronavirus by people with no symptoms is very rare the WHO's emergencies expert Dr Mike Ryan says the data may be preliminary but they don't doubt that wearing a mask will slow the spread is symptomatic and asymptomatic individuals are part of the transmission cycle the question is what is the relative contribution of each group to the overall number of cases meanwhile senators want to know why the nation experienced a shortage of masks and other personal protective equipment to battle the corona virus gainer the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency says first you have to consider the magnitude of the problem for the first time in American history we have a major disaster declaration in every state territory the district of Columbia and one tribe concurrently next he says you have to consider over nineteen has been a global crisis with most countries competing for the exact same medical supplies and gainers as many of these supplies came from China which was also battling corona virus and this he says has because the federal government to re examine its supply chain and to shift to home based manufacturing

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As Americans look for relief from quarantine, experts warn COVID-19 transmission is still possible

Frank Beckmann

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

As Americans look for relief from quarantine, experts warn COVID-19 transmission is still possible

"The WHO's emergencies expert Dr Mike Ryan says the data may be preliminary but it's clear social distancing and wearing a mask helps the real science challenge now is to fully understand what is the contribution of purely a symptomatic people to transmission and can we find strategies to detect those individuals and and on also control the spread of disease at

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WHO warns countries could see 'immediate second peak' if restrictions lifted too early

WBZ Midday News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

WHO warns countries could see 'immediate second peak' if restrictions lifted too early

"Of the pandemic conference W. H. O. emergencies program director Mike Ryan says falling code numbers could be deceiving just because the disease is on the way down now that it's on it's on it's going to keep going down and then we're going to get a number of months to get ready for second week we may get a second peak in this way which is why the WHO's advising continued social distancing and other measures to limit the spread until there is good treatment or a

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'This virus may never go away,' WHO says

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

'This virus may never go away,' WHO says

"Tomorrow the World Health Organization says the virus may not be going away fox assignment one as this live David W. H. I. warning against predicting when the corona virus might dissipate out this virus may become just another endemic virus in our communities and this virus may never go away the agency's emergencies direct to Mike Ryan saying that's a long way to go in efforts to bring the outbreak under

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WHO says 'this virus may never go away'

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:15 min | 1 year ago

WHO says 'this virus may never go away'

"The corona virus that Causes Kovic nineteen could become endemic like HIV. The World Health Organization said on Wednesday warning against any attempt to predict how long it would keep circulating and calling for a massive effort to counter. It it is important to put this on the table. This virus may become just another endemic virus in our communities and this virus may never go away. Who EMERGENCIES EXPERT? Mike Ryan told an online briefing. I think it is important. We are realistic. And I don't think anyone can predict when this disease will disappear. He added however he said the world had some control over how it coped with the disease. Although this would take a massive effort even if a vaccine was found a prospect he described as a massive moonshot more than one hundred potential vaccines being developed including several in clinical trials. But experts have underscored the difficulties of finding vaccines that are effective against corona virus governments around the world struggling with the question of how to reopen their economies while still containing the virus which is infected almost four point three million people and led to over two hundred ninety one thousand deaths

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WHO says 'this virus may never go away'.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:41 min | 1 year ago

WHO says 'this virus may never go away'.

"The corona virus that Causes Kovic nineteen could become endemic like HIV. The World Health Organization said on Wednesday warning against any attempt to predict how long it would keep circulating and calling for a massive effort to counter. It it is important to put this on the table. This virus may become just another endemic virus in our communities and this virus may never go away. Who EMERGENCIES EXPERT? Mike Ryan told an online briefing. I think it is important. We are realistic. And I don't think anyone can predict when this disease will disappear. He added however he said the world had some control over how it coped with the disease. Although this would take a massive effort even if a vaccine was found a prospect he described as a massive moonshot more than one hundred potential vaccines being developed including several in clinical trials. But experts have underscored the difficulties of finding vaccines that are effective against corona virus governments around the world struggling with the question of how to reopen their economies while still containing the virus which is infected almost four point three million people and led to over two hundred ninety one thousand deaths the European Union pushed on Wednesday for a gradual reopening of borders within the block that have been shot by the pandemic saying it was not too late to salvage some of the summer tourist season while still keeping people safe but public health experts. Say extreme caution is needed to avoid new outbreaks Ryan said opening land borders was less risky than easing air travel. Which was a different challenge.

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Huge jump in coronavirus cases and deaths in China

Morning Edition

04:17 min | 1 year ago

Huge jump in coronavirus cases and deaths in China

"Health officials are reporting a huge jump in the number of coronavirus cases in China's Hubei province that comes as scientists there of change the definition of who has the disease now known as cove ID nineteen with this new definition the number of cases worldwide now stands at about sixty thousand more than ninety nine percent of those cases are in China if your science correspondent Richard Harris is with us in studio Richard thanks for coming in sure good morning so does this new figure represents an expansion of the disease of we can call it that order or simply a change in how it's being defined it's mostly a change in the definition but changing the definition of a disease does make it harder to track trends and to really understand what's going on beneath the surface right so we know the jump from last week to this week is not actually the result of a huge change in in how this disease progressing so what's the rationale why did the Chinese government decide to change the definition the first place that question came up yesterday at a press briefing at the World Health Organization in Geneva and W. H. O. scientists of you bring your own help explain what's going on first of all what is important to understand it's no more during the course of an outbreak to adapt the keys the Phoenician because we need to be very close to the reality to monitor as a disease how is unfolding and in the earliest as he died in the earliest days of this disease the virus hadn't been identified so all the cases were essentially defined by clinical symptoms like pneumonia into one your doctor Briel again the situation is evolving so when you are few cases you have a very specific even specific case definition because you really want to die the couple each and every case when the situation is evolving you change your definition just to make sure that you can monitor as a disease are correct and sees what they have done recently changing the case definition to incorporate my Casey's so is she saying there it's now going to incorporate mild cases I mean what factors are gonna have other than obviously having more cases to report right well in the short run it causes some confusion because you can't simply compare last week's numbers to this week's numbers and get some sense of a trend of the disease but in the long run it will actually be helpful because health officials really do need to control those mild cases to in order to keep the disease from spreading so going forward we could well have a better sense of how the disease is progressing it's also the case that once you've included all those mild cases it will push down what's called the case fatality rate which is the number of deaths per diseases and so yeah yeah so you you don't change the number of number of people who die when you change the definition of who's sick but but if you include all of these additional people the rate will go to the rate goes down you know this about three percent right now something like that in trying to but that may be an inflated number what you put in all of these other cases yeah so I let me ask you this there's been a lot of frustration that China hasn't been leading an international scientists including scientists from the U. S. so they can see for themselves the data behind all of these numbers what what can you tell us about that effort well China has finally granted WHS some access that W. H. I. sent three experts to scope out the situation earlier this week and to try to figure out exactly what their full team would do the CDC hopes to be part of that delegation but that still hasn't happened so you know there has been a lot of suspicion that China isn't telling the whole story but the W. H. O. has been pretty adamant the trend has been very helpful so especially when it comes to controlling the spread of the disease outside its borders witness the fact that less than one percent of all of those cases are elsewhere service at that news conference yesterday WHO's scientist Mike Ryan pointed out that the new case definitions actually step toward that transparency this is not an attempt to ignore cases it's an attempt to widen the net and Lou by look cases and I'm all lab confirmed cases regardless of the symptoms so what are they just counting the number of people who have tested positive for the new crossfire yeah that would be ideal if the test were completely reliable and if they had enough of the test kits to go around but we seen reports of the test and trying to have been in short supply and of questionable quality it's generally run from the nose or throat swab and in some cases the when you swap like that you really don't get the virus necessarily could be cheaper in the long so so even a perfect test may not pick everything up but to you know that that's what they're trying to expanded rather include cases that that are that are big mild exactly

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Coronavirus death toll seems to be slowing

All Things Considered

03:43 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus death toll seems to be slowing

"The number of new coronavirus cases reported in China seems to be slowing public health officials say it's too soon to know what's going on the most hopeful explanation is that the disease now called cove ID nineteen is starting to ebb that's the most hopeful but there are other possible explanations as NPR science correspondent Richard Harris is here to tell us hi Richard hello Mary Louise so when we say it seems to be slowing one of the numbers look like well the in absolute numbers that they're still kind of grim the number of cases now tops forty five thousand ninety nine percent of them are in China and there was an eleven hundred deaths also reported in China so but the toll the good news is the toll doesn't seem to be mounting quite as quickly as it had had been and today the World Health Organization give a briefing about the situation and one top official Dr Mike Ryan give his interpretation of what's going on the stabilization in cases in the last number of days it is very reassuring the behavior of the virus also one who pay doesn't appear at this point to be as aggressive or as acceleration Nick is is the opportunity for containment intention interruption of transmission of the virus okay but so Richard what else other than a real slowing of the epidemic what else would explain this trend well we don't have a really clear idea about the time lag between when cases are our rights and how soon the reported so this could be you know sensually variation in how quickly paperwork moves through the Chinese healthcare system and then on to the W. H. O. in Switzerland it's also the case that China has been tweaking the definition of this disease and that can certainly affect trends but Ryan says it appears the Chinese are now using a broader definition of the disease the shift is actually likely to generate more confirmed cases not less this is not an attempt to ignore cases it's an attempt to widen the net and include my other cases of all lab confirmed cases regardless of the symptoms that said the W. H. O. hosted a two day meeting our technical experts identify urgent priorities and on that list was the need for better disease tracking as well as a better understanding of exactly how this virus is transmitted we still don't really know yeah okay so there's that there's better disease tracking as you mention what else is the W. H. O. as saying could help the situation well officials said the Chinese scientists who called into the meeting said what they really need is a faster test for the disease when that they could run quickly in doctors offices and clinics and so on I like your rapid strep test at your doctor's office right end up finding new drugs of course it's a priority but to do that site to see what they would really like to have a standing standard testing pro calls so results from the studies that are already springing up in trying to can be compared with one another what about trying to prevent it all together a vaccine absolutely that's a or they're already number those in the works but at least a year away so that's sort of a middle range hope if you will at Texans are not going to stop a new epidemic certainly not to the early going question that's been on my mind which is there but a lot of questions about how China handled this particularly in the early stages the WHL has repeatedly come to China's defense why and is it warranted well we clearly don't have the whole story about how China as reacted within its own borders but we do know that unlike the sars epidemic nearly two decades ago China has been very helpful in controlling the global spread of the new coronavirus W. H. O. director general doctor to address a non Cabrera assist said he's not feeling any pressure to praise China he says it's deserved if you see the number of cases in China it's more than forty thousand but in the rest of the what did we have around four hundred and only one death so let the Druze speak for itself he said after the crisis is over everyone can go back identify the inevitable missteps and then learn

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UN health emergencies chief: "It's way too early" to predict the beginning of the end of China's virus outbreak

Here & Now

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

UN health emergencies chief: "It's way too early" to predict the beginning of the end of China's virus outbreak

"Head of emergencies for the World Health Organization says it is much too early to try to predict the beginning of the end of the corona virus outbreak in China in Geneva today Dr Mike Ryan the knowledge that it's reassuring that the number of daily cases appears to be stabilizing mainly because of China's huge public health operation which is placed some sixty million people under a

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Coronavirus emergency 'holds a very grave threat' for world: WHO

First Light

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus emergency 'holds a very grave threat' for world: WHO

"Eleven Americans are among sixty six new cases of coronavirus on a quarantined Japanese cruise ship Rebecca Frasier from Oregon is one of the was a very surreal experience to be told that you have this virus that as far as I knew could be deadly more than forty two thousand people are now infected globally more than one thousand have died and the World Health Organization is meeting in Geneva live to the foreign desk and CBS's Vicki Barker that meeting opening with a warning that the corona virus outbreak poses a very grave threat for the whole world and the WHO's Mike Ryan says world leaders have been asleep at the wheel we haven't put in place quite frankly the preparedness mechanisms the communications mechanisms the governance mechanism the two day meeting aimed at accelerating the development of drugs diagnostics and vaccines in what's becoming a race

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WHO begins emergency meeting as new coronavirus spreads

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

WHO begins emergency meeting as new coronavirus spreads

"The World Health Organization is beginning a two day meeting in Geneva involving top medical scientific and public health experts aimed at speeding up the global response to the coronavirus outbreak they'll want answers to how the virus spreads why some people are more vulnerable than others and progress on finding a vaccine Mike Ryan is from the World Health Organization he says urgent action is needed to contain the virus is spread we live in a complex connected world and when we have an event like this it creates tremendous disruption in that system and we haven't put in place quite frankly the preparedness mechanisms to communications mechanisms to governance mechanisms to deal effectively with this kind of and China's has more than a hundred deaths were recorded on Monday bringing the death toll that two hundred thousand

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"mike ryan" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Which is awesome. The engine was like one hundred and ten degrees training. Jackie Chan on Mark Wahlberg vote and then rented a Magic Johnson. And SANTRO PAY EH. Who's the toughest person that you trained like who who Who took to it? The best work the hardest just dwayne without a doubt he just. He's an animal. You know what I mean. It's it's it's funny because because he wants to break you sa- to lead by example. Everybody couldn't break me but we had his His brother in Law Hiram who now works for them but we crush them every day and Dwayne and we just love you know what I mean because I can cry anyone. I'm like I'm right with you. Yeah and he'd be like I'm up at four. I knew he'd get up at three fifty. Just just a fucking so much of it. Three forty five be there. You know what I mean so. Wherever the car was waiting I would always be waiting on the Cardi B.? Like fuck. Yeah is there something something that that he does he did that. Somebody might not know that led to so much of his of his success. No it's no mystery is hard work. It's hard work in. Amu Me everything you professors on instagram. It's fucking joke. I mean you get up you can never out beat his post. Be Like I'm going to be up at three o'clock if he's already up it's like fuck. He's already done And and and it's a testament to his character. You know he just works hard everything he does. Yeah I was GONNA say so who did We had compared the rocks. INSTAGRAM's someone else's instagram were like who's cool like which ones more has more mystique. Oh which one's cooler I can't remember who's casino is that WHO is random shit. Yeah I don't know. What do you do like all the stuff that post on instagram? Now Join Yeah. Oh Yeah I think it's fun. Yeah totally I mean a lot of people just love it and they suck it up and I mean it and you go to the gym and everyone's wearing project rockier. You know what I mean. So he and he's inspired thousands. Two thousand people. You know a lot of what you're saying about like training celebrities right A LOT OF PEOPLE WANNA be celebrity traders like dealing with celebrities. Yes if it seems like like you did that organically. Yeah and that seems like something. That'd be fairly difficult to try to do organically nowadays. How would you suggest someone try it is I mean? It's all timing it but it's people have to believe leaving you because they're going to be vulnerable and as a celebrity or high profile so all my relationships I've known you know what I mean like Dwayne broken a wrestling ninety two hours the G. M. when he first showed up I took him a lunch. wjr So wasn't till ninety eight six years later actual friendship that he.

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"mike ryan" Discussed on Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

09:40 min | 1 year ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

"Some things is after that and definitely more aware of that type of circumstance reoccurring. See you learn from it and that's the most important thing. Will you give like a percentage of so. Everyone can get a feeling of this paint. How much money are we talking about like hundreds of thousands of dollars or even more about ten percent of our revenue disappeared right off the books just wiped it right out that that day there was a bit of a silver lining in it again. We don't make products. We make custom products. They were actually reselling a lot of the products. We made to other clients. There's we were able to land a little bit of that business and over the years kind of claw back some of that loss so it wasn't as bad as it could be but I'm at day on that Monday morning. It was as bad as it could possibly be and let these a lump in your throat. I'll tell you so. What are you doing because if these are the points that sometimes there's some days where I'm just like. I can't work anymore because whatever verts occurred. What happened to you right then when that happened especially. If you say it's Monday morning you got the rest of the week. I don't know how you take that or again. How you deal with these pain points that again. I don't think it aged discuss enough. I've never dwelled on. Thanks mistakes happen. Clients are GONNA leave. You businesses going to move on employees are going to quit and find a new job. Even yeah maybe early in my career maybe two thousand five six seven. Maybe that would kind of drag me down but but by this point and especially today. I just move on and he employs leaving. I Sake God blessed. Good luck appreciate everything you did for us and maybe they'll give a good word to somebody else. Someday come back you never know but in this case it was the same thing I mean this is harder lost swallow but yeah we went through legal challenges and we made our claiming court. I mean we did everything that you need to do to try and recover but at the end of the day there was nothing we could do to get that money back other for them. Try and find some of those clients that they were selling to work with them and we got a little bit of it back that way but otherwise it was just look forward. Learn from your mistakes. Don't do it again. Don't be stupid but look forward and look for new opportunities and say if there's one thing we did my brother and I double down the hell with that. We're GONNA make twice. As many phone calls for the next couple of months 'cause we got to replace this business and we did by two thousand nine where back on our growth spurt twelve percent growth that year but between two thousand nine and and this year we've averaged over close to twenty five percent growth growth year over year again and we didn't have that huge pop that I would love to experience. We had some nice bill pops but is solid nose to the grindstone. Get it done to keep growing. Put the tools in place the people in place invest in the business but the equipment in place to I mean we're constantly you know investing in automation and plastic molding machines see and see all these things this morning. I bought a plastic molding machine for it wasn't the most expensive one I bought somebody causing what was at seven. AM This it's morning now. Laurie calls me. Hey machine down. This one's not good. I'm like Oh go buy another one so there. We go so how much machine like that cost. Oh this one was about twenty five thousand and then we have to automate it integrate input a new cooling tower and oil lines and Anna will be thirty five forty by the time by the time. It's up and running but this is the crazy thing. I'll tell you just a little bit about China and people ask me like what's it like there and there's the environment of it you know in terms of chickens running around the crowdedness and all that in terms of the business. I WANNA buy a plastic molding machine here and installed Brookefield and we don't mold here but if I want to you know I gotTa make the call. A sales guy might come out a couple a couple of days. They're going to schedule it. I need somebody to come out here and train me install it. I mean this might be. There's probably somebody out there listening. GonNa Disagree but but this is a couple of weeks project you know eh other equipment installed here and it's taken months like we have a a nitrogen generator for generating nitrogen for certain curing of inks and it took months to get the sing installed and operating operating if I need the guy to come out here and fix it. It's like I'll be out there in a week or so and in China. I ordered that plastic molding machine this morning I would be willing to bet that it's up and running by tomorrow afternoon. In China they will drop it off install it. We had another piece of equipment installed just two weeks ago. It was a new digital printing machine really nice piece of equipment and we told the company that we bought it from so we negotiate. We're told me get the price riot and we're like okay. You'RE GONNA send out the trainer. Guy 'cause we've never used this before and we're we're. GonNa put them in our dormitory onsite and he's not allowed to leave until we're comfortable with that machine and it's running right that was part of the purchase agreement. You know he's free to leave. He's not lacked in or anything like that but essentially he's like out. Stay as long as you guys need for you to get comfortable with that machine and get it running right and that just doesn't happen here. Yeah and I mean the people disagree with you so be it but if you're hiring a contractor to do something on your house or a remodel your kitchen of course they can get it done a couple of weeks but you know. How long does it really take months ghetto ghetto so I think most of us can understand that. It's like some people are GonNa say they can do in that time like the proofs in the pudding. You've experienced yet. Have the happen yeah. I was going to ask if you actually had that. Don in China so is everything in China now versus anything actually there in your sight what our business here in the US so when I joined in two thousand and five or during the labels and screen printing and we still have about the same number of people and and about the same volume of work being done here in the US. It's a corridor of our business is having that capability year and we learn from it and it gives us kind of flexibility for our clients to prototype quick into some has will ramp up the job here and then then it moves to China China so we've always kept that here in it's Kinda near and dear to our heart and our history having that but we've added some capabilities we definitely new equipment and more automation and about about a year and a half ago we moved to a new facility built it out and have a clean room and really upgraded at that point so did you still have like ten. People here locally versus an eighty seven. We have one hundred sixty five employees now or most of China yeah good question. We have about think we have fourteen year now in Wisconsin. We've been as high as twenty just depending on our work work volume in the manufacturing area and also we've had some more support people here you mentioned before the virtual assistance where rashly have to employee is now down in. Bogota Colombia outsourced sourced virtual employees. It's interesting. You said you know like you see the light at the end of the tunnel when you start were in that early kind of honeymoon phase where it's like while like one day I'm like Oh. This is fantastic fantastic and then they're doing a great job the next like was she working today because I really Alan so we're in that phase but I think it will work out yeah. It's interesting. We went that route. I'll be honest with you. I mean there's a cost labor savings and you know that's for sure but I was hiring here and we had the you know the help wanted sign out and our unemployment rate Wisconsin's Lou over two percent nationally. It's not much higher than that and I couldn't get anyone in the door. who had the skill set? I needed and was within our kind of budgeted salary range so that's why we were kind of driven to do that. From my experience for me is like when the first things I do is like even if I post a job application like the first thing I put in their requirements. It's like you have to say Ola back to me in your message. If you WANNA be because you can't even follow simple directions and I'm not GonNa to hire you and then the second thing is making sure people don't disappear on you so I mean I use skype. Mitt depends again on people people I might I want to make sure they message me several days in Arro- first before I even get them the job because the last thing I want them to do is just disappear on me so that was always the worst for be okay when I'd hire someone. Let's say I give them a job. They do a good job then you don't hear from them. After maybe they do a good job for the first week and then after that it just disappear which happened multiple times. I'm like okay. The main thing is finding those people actually show up and like you're saying you like wondering if they actually did something today or not but it's always just like fascinating again stuff. They don't teach you in school or you think about. I guess luckily you Kinda understood this concept of the outsourcing the ability to do that by going to China but again there's so many other businesses that have no freaking clue of like the ability to do those things or do the easy data input that other people don't want to do in the US us or maybe it's not worth your time obviously and those people gladly will do it at a wage at you're like wow you can even do that. Minimum wage here you know absolutely is upward a lot to to me. I Love I've had some great success on. They're finding people to do website development or special projects and things like that so yeah. We're definitely willing to look at pat taking advantage and leveraging those things thanks again. It's the patient again with what you didn't try to understand that I've had people like Oh. It didn't work the first time I'm like boo. Are you alright. It's not going to work the first first time the first how you making the. US Isn't always gonNA work. You know. Maybe get lucky like you said with that China. I guess but I mean he wasn't necessarily at the right place at the right time. You remember you had to wait till you. It went to a different factory so it's working system and understanding that in theory that's going to work. If I just getting keep grind into it not giving up. It seems like a huge amount of your business in China gift end up staying up late a lot or like healthzette work the communications yeah you know I scheduled into my life a little bit so terms a work life balance. I'm home every night for dinner. I want to spend time I have with my family and then you know normally a little bit later I'll just log in and as we've developed our system and we have a great earpiece system for planning and scheduling all that when I need to get on the phone it's normally because either something's really wrong or something really right and of openness that really right. You know like some customer. This morning's phone call was not only about the plastic molding but somebody ordered two hundred thousand parts unlike yes. How are we GONNA do this. You know let's figure it out. Let's get it done so I left touching base with people there too and so it's about communication and staying in touch but it's not so much much anymore like as the color right or are we going to modify that tool slightly those conversations now they're able to the handle on their own. Really I have a great team over. There are leadership shipped team. Most of them have been with us now for seven eight years and they're skilled and we just keep bringing in the resources as needed to make sure that we're doing a good job. Is Your Dad and mom selected today..

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"mike ryan" Discussed on Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

12:42 min | 1 year ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on Entrepreneur Stories for Inspiration: Millionaire Interviews

"There wasn't a lot of margin for air and I think that's why the two year old tomato was given to me like Hey Mike. You know we're in this together. I agree but I say luckily you know. We worked our butts off. You know those first couple of months and first year until we could get a little comfort and just kept Kasit investing back in the business in trying to grow it as you're doubling down on your business and putting more money into it you wanted to add more stress to your life as undulate too so it makes sense to like if you're able to sell that house if it's much more expensive in Evanston to than where you're buying one in Milwaukee since you have the money and you're Kinda predicting that you can make X. amount of dollars but still understanding that is going to be leaned there in the beginning so yeah. It seems like you'd have to get back to your certain income in order to pay the mortgage they're so why don't you tell us tell the first couple days or like transition even goes. How is has the family business before we all break. Even what we're big grand plans that obviously everything kind of seems like it's switched changed by the time he moved up there. Yeah you know my dad addin his brother had run the business really well for a number of years and I'd say they had some good years and then they'd lose some customers and clients and then stumble a bit not really losing money but probably breaking breaking even and get back to a couple of good years and by this point they were both nearing retirement and so I think they were not putting in the sixty seventy hour weeks anymore and they're kind of coasting along and a brother was working there and probably carrying the bulk of the load at that point and so I walked into a situation where the hadn't invested in a ton of new equipment or no new equipment computer systems were dated and I remember kind of cleaning off the desk I was going to use and seeing all these little brown dots and realizing mouse droppings the first weekend and my wife came and she was seeing pregnant but mascot and we're like cleaning the desks off and trying to paint and just with the place into shape a little bit they had some really nice customers and so we had something to grow with their Wanna ton of them and like I said the revenue was only about seven hundred thousand dollars but it was stable. The equipment was old. I walked out backman. Our shop happened looked around and some nice employees. We didn't even have room to grow. We had no money to invest in new equipment or efficiencies or automation or anything like that and I just look at my brother and I said we've got to look for some way to compete with the big. Guys are industry and at that point is just Kinda. The Screen Printing Industry and digital printing was just emerging but that industry is really consolidating solid. The small guys like us. Were disappearing even in Milwaukee on that that big of a city there were four or five different people kind of doing what we did today. There's really one big player. They were disappearing appearing in the bigger cities. They were disappearing as well so we knew we had to do something and so we looked at Mexico or China those rookie options we thought at that point and this is before Ali Baba vendors emailing me randomly but he really couldn't research them or get references really so. I'm like you know what I'm just going to jump on a plane and go to China and I just had some emails from a couple of different people there and I'm like I'm going to give it a shot and look around and see what I can learn and see if there's opportunity there for us a say the next day but it might have been a week or two later. I flew over there. I read on some Web site that you had to go to Hong Kong for a couple of days to your body adjust and get acclimated at the time zone. I'd never been anywhere besides Mexico Code and Canada at the time. I had sixteen hour flight ahead of me. I land in Hong Kong spend a day or two. There and I'm like I'm twenty nine years old and in need a couple of days to adjust I was ready to go. I'm like what am I doing here in Hong Kong but you know I took a train from Hong Kong into mainland China and then I was GonNa meet one of the vendors who reached out to me and they don't a couple of small projects course at that point in the train station and I'm like where the hell I'm looking around. I feel like there's twenty million people just like at the train station and he'd sent me a picture of himself and and I'm like the hats on and jackets and I have no idea who this guy is or where he is an looking around and walking in circles for a couple of hours also in this car. Kinda like screeches his open. The door flies open. He's Mike Mike. Mike and I'm like assume this is for me now. I've never met another Chinese Guy Mike before so I jumped in the car. He's GonNa take me out to a factory in you know he told me on the Internet and through this email back and forth he's like Oh yeah. My English is pretty good and this is before to like. There's no translator on your phone. I brought this forty forty page. Little translator book with me with some common phrases like where's the bathroom. Can I have coffee. That's worthless when you're trying to drive to a factory where the heck heck you're going and you know what's going on driving. I'm like where are we going. Where are we going and he's like one of the Robby factory and I'm looking at a hike Robbie on thinking to myself and like his was his boss. It's named Robbie so I keep making repeat it driving in these dirt roads and I know he's lost. I'm I can see him talking to the driver he wasn't driving and I could see him talking to back back and forth for like an hour and a emceeing the same buildings over and over and they're calling people trying to figure this out and so we finally pull up to this big old warehouse and it's like a movie mood and he's two huge sliding doors open up and I see inside and there's five hundred machines molding rubber. He couldn't say rubber he called it robs so he showed me that place and then we went to the factor he represented and they made membrane switches and printed overlays and I walked in there and they had a dirt floor and there's INC thank sprayed everywhere in their hand mixing and no one's got hairnet honoring thing and they're doing medical quality work supposedly so I told him his name was actually Laurie as much as he could understand. I said Laurie you know this is not a great place to work in four and I'm glad you showed me around here today but I gotta go look at some other places and so I kind completely say goodbye and went looked smother places and fly back to the United States or try and a couple of different vendors still but this laurie guy keeps emailing me. You know he'd say working at this new place now. Give me a shack shot. The other vendors weren't quite work out either so you know ernest experimentation stage. Were trying to find somebody good and figured we would and so I'm like well you. You know what I'm going to give him another shot. I sent a couple jobs. They heard those goal at better in a few more in those go better we can finish the story kind of between then and now but essentially Laurie became and is our director director now in China. He runs our operations and does a great job and just by pure luck and chance this is the first person I met when I got into mainland China. Uh happens to be the guy who runs our business today. So just a huge bit of luck and had a lot of people worked for me there over the years. He's been the best and Super Smart Guy. Super dedicated advocated super loyal and just real chance meeting a turned out great for everyone sounds like ah fifteen years later basically still working for you but do you mind if we jump back to before you even took through flight over to China. No go ahead yeah so my only question because I think you hit on some points especially if someone's on that family business but I I WANNA make sure that so you had already started I don't know of you do still call screen printing when you're doing on these electron expecting because I know obviously originally when he said as a fifty five year old business that I do T. shirts and stuff but y'all were already into these other other devices so wasn't like brand new right when you joined is when y'all flip the switch on that we'd always screen printed and we still do mostly plastics and metal when I joined. We're doing doing the membrane switches already so that's your member or your microwave oven interface and that was pretty much it. We didn't do silicon within do metal fabrication. We're actually making king or molding or cutting the metal. We didn't do printed circuit boards. We were in this kind of little niche. You know there's some companies do great in that little niche like I said we needed to find new the opportunities because we weren't going to compete with the big players in that little niche and we were GonNa not survive a we had to figure it out even at that point. You're still just working a membrane switches switches. You hadn't started expanding these other products yet. You're just trying to get a cheaper price sounded like is that the main thing or are you trying to even after two weeks on the job. Are you trying to find new products source source for your clients great question. No we were just trying to find lower price and the ability to quote on larger projects so we knew in Milwaukee at the time that thousand membrane switches. We're not GONNA win that job. We just didn't have the efficiencies in place and we barely had the capacity and so we were going to go out there and market and we knew we had to be able to respond respond to those requests coming in and so we needed to a supplier that not only give us good price good quality but also that capacity so before you were just begin making them all in Milwaukee lucky in that family owned business area. Your whole point is okay. I've got to find someone who can make a lot more a lot cheaper and then we can actually go bid out and get these projects that we never even had a chance chance of doing great exactly. Can you give an example like the price of rent. I don't know if you remember of cows. Switches are panels like you said that maybe you couldn't even do but I mean what is a pricing difference or efficiencies that we're looking at when you're able to slam this type of a person in China to help you out yeah especially back then it was even bigger disparity. I can think like of one job in particular add some. Led's on it and some tactile keys and for thousand in Milwaukee. We were well over five dollars a unit our supplier in the time. I'm in China quoted about a dollar ten and you see that disparity and you're like holy cow. How can I compete late. You know you can do it through automation but at the time automations changed a a lot since then it's become a lot cheaper and more integrated into the process but back then it was just like this is the only way to go for us. We you said you're doing about seven hundred thousand when he joined there. I guess this is the issue. Too is right when you started. I think other family business is getting the situation where maybe a couple years are making money a couple of years. They're not you said. You really didn't have the money to do anything else. It seems like you're able to buy a plane ticket and figure it all out within a couple of weeks and just make this all happened kind of overnight. I mean was it an in issue. I mean it's trying to figure this out like how you had money even had some money saved up just to fly over there and back for talking at two thousand bucks or whatever what else are you doing or what. What else did you have to walk through with your brother on. How this would work I mean I don't know what your big strategy session was or even if you had one because again when you moved up there it seems like a lot of things going the way you weren't expecting it. Did Not happen that quickly or that. Smoothly you know is a lot of learning experiences trying to find the right vendor over there and when I'm leaving out to is we're in this experimentation tation stage but that's a real client would come to us to get this product made and they really need it on time in high quality and so we would do things where we'd go to two or three different vendors and have all all three of them make the same part as a sample and bring them over to the US look like well that one's a little better than that one and that one has this little issue and what did they do here. Is this quite right and so let my brother especially he's the technical he'd been in the industry and run up in the family business and I hadn't so especially him he'd be like well this their inks not running smoothly and they're not using the right pressure pressure on their squeegee across the silkscreen and all this technical stuff he would take video or try and lay out like S. O. P. Operating Procedure that we could send over there to them so they I can figure out how to do it better and really trying to train them how to do with the way that we would do it in. Milwaukee because we did really high quality stuff here we just didn't have the capacity city and the skill set or labor cost up yeah so we were going through that. I mean like I said we had these kind of good clients. I'd say the first strategy was look for the low hanging fruit so let's go visit everyone that we've worked with for someone we'd worked for for twenty five thirty five years and they have more work but we weren't getting it because we weren't deficient or you know maybe we were laid on a job five years ago or maybe because we hadn't reached out to them in a while and we didn't have a marketing department so you go after the low hanging fruit in you'd go out and you meet your clients and when you visit and you try and pick out some new items to quote that was Kinda Strategy Number One..

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"mike ryan" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

The ThomaHawk Show

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show

"The arms of of a defender for pick six that's quite kind of frustrating because I like Baker they have more weapons on the outside. But yeah, it's Gordon thing. It's just sort of kind of sad and the tale of what could have been. Yeah. It's pretty interesting something, you said made me think keeping Hugh may have been the smartest thing that John Dorsey ever did. Because if you think about the coaching situation here if we would've fired Hugh after last season coming off of Owen sixteen and one in fifteen we didn't have a quarterback at that time. We had the number one pick, but we didn't have one selected. We hadn't proven yet that the guy we were going to pick Baker Mayfield was going to be the franchise quarterback. And maybe this wouldn't have been the most enticing job in the NFL, and we may have gotten the third or fourth candidate kind of like what has happened a few years ago when we were. Head coach. But now look at the situation the Browns are in. They've got a franchise quarterback franchise pass rusher. Fan franchise cornerback all young guys. They've got studs at receiver. They've got studs at tight end. They've got talent all over the field. They've got an enormous amount of salary cap space, and they've got a bunch of draft picks still this is going to be the top opening in the NFL in maybe the last five years. So I think the Browns are easily going to be able to get whatever quarterback. They like so pretty exciting. If you're Browns fan, that's all I got to say. Coniferous way to look at it, certainly an it's not every day that a quarterback Aaron Rodgers coach too. So I think even though he's under eight ten that might be tricky situation handle someone hot paint. Like, Josh mcdaniels might look at the situation. I don't think I wanna I just came from a situation where there was an older quarterback. And he was clashing with the head coach a little bit. And it got uglier than it's ever sort of been in New England, and maybe Cleveland or appealing. I'm not sure how much they Jackson had in the night when it comes to head coach when when you read up on it. But maybe things it's a Paltrow sliding doors sort of analogy maybe things in different I'm happy that we ended up with Baker Mayfield. But I can't follow. You all the way down the logic ladder. Maybe it was affecting that we could have done in keeping you Jackson. Then we had so many games early in the season that I think we would have one now with this coaching staff in place and without you. You know, more. You're the football experts. It's just how I feel. Well, I think when you look at the record the last five games or however long Greg Williams has been in charge. It's hard to argue because they've done an amazing job. They've won three of the last four and they're really rolling. So if you kind of extrapolate that to the beginning of the season, you got to think that they were going to win some more of those games. Mike Ryan, thank you for being a Tom Affleck member, you are officially the greatest member in the sports media world in recorded history. So thanks for being on the Tomahawk show. Thanks for spending. A few minutes to talk Browns football with us. It's an absolute honor. Like, I said I reckon every week direct reality, Mike. Thank you so much. We're kicking off the show. So if you ever want to come back, we have an open seat, but your name winning buddy.

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"mike ryan" Discussed on Nickel Package

Nickel Package

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on Nickel Package

"Hello. Welcome back. This is leg with a recording live from Miami. I guess this week who is sitting across for me shimmying was shimmy is Mike Ryan, the producer of the lebatardshow. Mike. On a scale ten, how hard is my song slap? It slaps ten times over Bopper a banger Lapper. It's a slapper. It's good music. I love that. It's really good. Right. It's really good. Do you think it goes with my personality? Absolutely. That's what makes it so good. Thank you. Thank you. Everyone keeps saying really disin- congress, which I think is an insult to mute is it is an insult to you. Like I'm here just so you can build that to stugatz and if you want to build up the guys, you need to stop using big words like this incongruous I use decontextualize knockabout quarterback play on h. q.. And as soon as I said it, I felt like I looked at the feedback and I saw public stories ghost on the screen, and I hated myself before we get into things with Mike and football related. Thank you to everybody who sent a question. There were a lot of questions, which is basically my ploy to get ratings and reviews to boost my podcasts because I heard somebody told me that that works so, but I am going to answer. So it's too many questions to answer all at once will brag, but I'm going to answer leg ten of them in a row chronologically. I will answer them all. Sakib listening have a mail bag segment. I'm not calling it a bag. I haven't caught that of like a cute name. Well, either way the concept seems revolutionary. The first is not only as the first podcast. This is the first mailbag to exist on a podcast. I mean, they're great question. For example, Christmas clause asked who would win in a dance contest between Jamison fits. Obviously, these questions were sent about a week and a half ago when they were topical, the Sean could dress fits caveat. And is this how all quarterback controversy should be decided? Obviously, yes, I love that. He could have been. She Christmas clause. I don't wanna. I love that. They incorporated the notion of Sean dressing, fists as 'cause I don't know if you relate to this, but I am the type of person where identity much better if I'm wearing a costume and I can kinda inhabit the spirit Beulah mask theory for the actor. It was like, remember the time I was Elmo on this show, although I was terrible that day. Elmo, you embodied Elmo. You weren't Meena. I think you became Elmo. It was so bad too, because as you notice, it blocked my peripheral vision and a lot of doing lebatardshow for people who watch is there's a lot of interaction between the shipping container were Mike sits and people in the studio. And because I had a oblong shape literally could not turn my head to the right well into the question fits or got to answer or in the mail bag segment the teaser to the mail banker. What the appetite, radio, one, maybe. So one would assume when Winston. Stereotypes would play against Ryan Fitzpatrick. But after that eat the w thing that he did, I shake it. I can't. Every time I look at him, man, it's so appalling. Do you think is teammates think about that when he tries to call play and you can't get past the team has background. Ryan Fitzpatrick is definitely like the old, the white guy at the wedding hits the Kwan. To get hit. Wants get hit. Really put it on the pool, go with Fitz. Patrick. Who do you think is the best dancer of any quarterback in the NFL before we move onto the football, I was not prepared for this Baker Mayfield. Have you seen the Gips? Did you see him at the? I haven't seen rookie showcase whatever word you just said. I haven't seen. I have seen some gifts of Baker mayfield's dancing. So the recall them, the New York Giants. The reason do you call them the New York guy. You might be wondering after all this status is giving me why is he here? But it's firm Eason. Mike Ryan is a huge NFL fan, and most of our communication is about either our dogs or the NFL specifically the Browns. I made the mistake of expressing like socially some interest in his team..

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"mike ryan" Discussed on The Morning Roast

The Morning Roast

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on The Morning Roast

"Hello. Welcome back. This is leg with a recording live from Miami. I guess this week who is sitting across for me shimmying was shimmy is Mike Ryan, the producer of the lebatardshow. Mike. On a scale ten, how hard is my song slap? It slaps ten times over Bopper a banger Lapper. It's a slapper. It's good music. I love that. It's really good. Right. It's really good. Do you think it goes with my personality? Absolutely. That's what makes it so good. Thank you. Thank you. Everyone keeps saying really disin- congress, which I think is an insult to mute is it is an insult to you. Like I'm here just so you can build that to stugatz and if you want to build up the guys, you need to stop using big words like this incongruous I use decontextualize knockabout quarterback play on h. q.. And as soon as I said it, I felt like I looked at the feedback and I saw public stories ghost on the screen, and I hated myself before we get into things with Mike and football related. Thank you to everybody who sent a question. There were a lot of questions, which is basically my ploy to get ratings and reviews to boost my podcasts because I heard somebody told me that that works so, but I am going to answer. So it's too many questions to answer all at once will brag, but I'm going to answer leg ten of them in a row chronologically. I will answer them all. Sakib listening have a mail bag segment. I'm not calling it a bag. I haven't caught that of like a cute name. Well, either way the concept seems revolutionary. The first is not only as the first podcast. This is the first mailbag to exist on a podcast. I mean, they're great question. For example, Christmas clause asked who would win in a dance contest between Jamison fits. Obviously, these questions were sent about a week and a half ago when they were topical, the Sean could dress fits caveat. And is this how all quarterback controversy should be decided? Obviously, yes, I love that. He could have been. She Christmas clause. I don't wanna. I love that. They incorporated the notion of Sean dressing, fists as 'cause I don't know if you relate to this, but I am the type of person where identity much better if I'm wearing a costume and I can kinda inhabit the spirit Beulah mask theory for the actor. It was like, remember the time I was Elmo on this show, although I was terrible that day. Elmo, you embodied Elmo. You weren't Meena. I think you became Elmo. It was so bad too, because as you notice, it blocked my peripheral vision and a lot of doing lebatardshow for people who watch is there's a lot of interaction between the shipping container were Mike sits and people in the studio. And because I had a oblong shape literally could not turn my head to the right well into the question fits or got to answer or in the mail bag segment the teaser to the mail banker. What the appetite, radio, one, maybe. So one would assume when Winston. Stereotypes would play against Ryan Fitzpatrick. But after that eat the w thing that he did, I shake it. I can't. Every time I look at him, man, it's so appalling. Do you think is teammates think about that when he tries to call play and you can't get past the team has background. Ryan Fitzpatrick is definitely like the old, the white guy at the wedding hits the Kwan. To get hit. Wants get hit. Really put it on the pool, go with Fitz. Patrick. Who do you think is the best dancer of any quarterback in the NFL before we move onto the football, I was not prepared for this Baker Mayfield. Have you seen the Gips? Did you see him at the? I haven't seen rookie showcase whatever word you just said. I haven't seen. I have seen some gifts of Baker mayfield's dancing. So the recall them, the New York Giants. The reason do you call them the New York guy. You might be wondering after all this status is giving me why is he here? But it's firm Eason. Mike Ryan is a huge NFL fan, and most of our communication is about either our dogs or the NFL specifically the Browns. I made the mistake of expressing like socially some interest in his team..

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"mike ryan" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"You're good looking at anything like that before? Not to that extent. You know what I mean? Like giving you free stuff. You're the manager? Absolutely. Yeah. All the time. Little perks here I am in, you know, shabby. Just like Mike Ryan. I mean, nothing huge. You know for bills offer me this fucking contract. You know, what would your pops think of this? When when they was doing cartwheels he's, he's like, he's like, you. It was a little shit. Yeah. Well, the first thing in Bill does it. He doesn't such a way you feel like you're getting recruited for college. Again, you know, all of a sudden he's like, well, this we want, and this is going to be your cover when you sign. So Mike, I got a cover magazine coming out and I'm getting a contract fucking love you the gas. You know what I mean? That's amazing. Also, I would just be like, and I was always under the impression like don't ever talk about until it happens. Right. You know what I mean? So I really didn't say anything. So yeah, I talked to this guy Billy's you know, he wants to do this and that also I'd be like, mom, dad go to the magazine story and call me when you get home. My mom's, I cavalier, did you do you know. Fun stuff. Yeah, who'd you blow totally. You know what Bill Phillips. I think something that separates him out from a lot of others is that he's just completely obsessed. You know, he he when he was at super training. He kept kinda grabbing his stomach is like hanging on just not in the shape that you know, I want to be in better shape like he was just so like in tune with the whole thing. And I think that that's well see, no, you're young lions probably fucking anima part. Yeah. I mean, he's looked like he was in pretty good shape especially because it seemed like the wheels fell off after the business went up and down and he went through some stuff. He told me he broke both his legs, his knees del down flight of stairs or something Frasier. And then he mentioned some stuff about some maybe painkillers or something along those lines, but just sound like you went through a really rough time, you know, but that's one great thing about about training as you can. You can come back, you can come back. There's something always come back to. And you were talking about football, how you tried to come back and try. To come back and you couldn't get over the hump, it's just your own. It's just your own hump. Right? So it's like maybe you're not in the shape that you wanted to be in, but we can be level headed enough to say, I could be. I could be in the shape that I want to be in six weeks. You know, I can be in better shape or I could be stronger, put ten pounds on, you can kind of think like, how am I gonna flip this? How am I gonna just right, and you can always have new goals and don't have to ever end..

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"mike ryan" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"E. Our every single day. I just hear this noise I'm like, what the fuck what is that? And I turn around as Mike Ryan open up the garage door Eccles Jim still, why? Why house out your job? Since what ninety? What's that years? It twenty eight years later and the official. You know what you get pissed if you see it open already know thankful, but it's funny. I don't know what they lock it because they don't want people open it because this time one of the guys keep the Michael. Oh, closer little. We live now I think so. All right. So we're talking called the early in the morning while he opened the gates. I take it as my personal responsibility. This is my jab, goddamn hit open, the no one else will this problem. And that's the problem with gold gym known ever walks blinders. Yeah. Like Mike, therefore, clock. If it's a thousand degrees, open the gate, it's a no brainer, but people just rather bitch about it. Fucking gates. Shut humid in here. It smells okay. Open the game. People around blind all day long. You can tell in that Jim because people don't put their shit away shit all over the place floors, amass, you know, I mean, is that happening your Jim? No, absolutely. I mean, you know, so years ago you're the manager of this. I mean. It's hard to describe gold's gym. It's hard to it's hard to pin it down and explain it to people, but I went in there at around six o'clock on a disarray, daily Wednesday or something. And it was fucking insane. I mean, they have more equipment and more space than probably any Jim in the world. There might be jimmer to bigger, but it's got to be one of the biggest, correct. It has been for years and years. And do they get their equipment for free a lot of time? Well, years ago, it was the most. It was the best equip Jim in the world. When I was there, it was. It wasn't a corporate structure like it is no. So back then it was whatever happened in Venice, they could replicate of the gyms wanna replicate. So as a manufacturer you coming, you donate your Queant and you would donate your top ten twelve fifteen pieces. And so the gym had new acquit -ment from every manufacturer switch out every six months. And as as a manufacturer like they would call me Mike, I get ten. Potential Jim owners from across the country? We're gonna fly in Wednesday. Okay. Wednesday. So I see flex will I'd see Shaquille O'Neal. I would see a Magic Johnson. I would see someone to be like, hey, between eleven you guys mind training on the hammer strength, I make. No. These guys would fly out hammer strength, the shoulder stuff. And of course, the gym, Oni, like my God, you get the best bodybuilding, the best athletes Coby Bryan, I have to have this for my gym, a no brainer for the manufacturers. And for us it was great. I mean, we had every year you're getting over over million dollars worth of -ment. That's insane. Yeah. Does it do you think works that way anymore? Probably not potentially think that could be that Jim could do it now because of the clientele. You've been the clientele that goes in there. I mean on any day you can see Arnold Schwarzenegger to even twain with Arnold today. How cool is that? His great, isn't it? It was like emotional..

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"mike ryan" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"That never happens on twitter this is actually an article by mike ryan from abroad so i i thought to tweet than it clicks through the article will link to the article a mike ryan was talking with his friends a ballot return and they had to discussing the opening return of the jet i wish if you're not seen for awhile involves a plan to help a bunch of actions are taken to two free hansolaf from the clutches of job at hut which was it didn't sold off at the end of empire strikes back and mike and spreads were wondering we what was the original plan before everything went south craig can you talk us through either of what does happen in the movie or what might have been behind what was happening in the mid well i can try so so we this is a movie that we all know really really well generally speaking so you'd think that we would have noticed this collectively many many times before this is a movie i've seen i dunno proudly twenty times since it came out in the early eighties and then the question that he asked here if luke's plan to rescue han from jabba had work perfectly what would that plan have been all right well great question so here's what happens uh roughly in this opening sequence this rather long opening segment of return of the jet i first we know that job of the hut has han solo he's got him frozen carbonite so he's a prisoner he's like a decoration in job is palace we see that luke has started his plan by sending in c3 po in our d to rtd to place a little message that basically like hey i know you got han let's bargain forum and i'm giving you these droits kind of as a show goodwill and jobs like great i'll take your joy dhs enough bargaining with you at all okay so now the droid zor there we also revealed that lando cal risean is working in job as palace kind of clandestinely right he's incognito disguised as one of the guards we're not sure what he's doing exactly but we know that you know he's a good guy in must be he must have a plan to.

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"mike ryan" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"We push okay i'm way over that keisha bar mitzvah a wedding or something exactly gotcha i'm way over that oh really oil doc yes we'll give you a live look in from the talent meeting with rymer silimo on the results showed a second but mike is mike is one of the best smelling men i have a people period that i've ever encountered you what's on on every day though you not every day but about five days a week and i always have an emergency stashed in the car the really you never know when he go to jim or you play a pick a basketball game or a day like today where you're on the air for seven hours a little bit of a a freshen up mikey a was under five is that what you're telling me surety far under mike see is still there because he's under zero like maggie c really should be walking around with a bottle of ghulam because oil is like he smoked cigarettes break alone cigarette cologne cigarette home anyway scribe right out of three thirty four thirty pau gasol listen tab of the espn app or apple podcast brought to you by delta making your travel experience inform connected and seamless keep climbing rymer sylla was joining us live from the talent beating on the bristol campus the irs alive lokendra zillow joins us on the shell pennzoil performance lot good afternoon buried under wellnigh grinds here with me as well iran ayar great job at eu six hours in one more hour ago i really appreciate it i ran out of this is that just part of the letter car left familia well filling in for you uh i i guess that's not as cool but none of his part of the meeting fell during the taping of highly questionable and our radio show ed so we you know that's why that's how okay i well it was pretty cool lot of famous boots i just saw scottie pippen in game of roh's gator car service and there's car like cover service guys and then there shuttle guy.

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"mike ryan" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"That'll yeah we we had we thought we were on the same page with a gold medallist and clearly were not and so what i'd like you to do is in your best kinda you know draft presentation is going to break down these two gentlemen's hair okay yep the first one they'll do it yet hymns could tell you the two guys are okay we are split here i went with reese davis mike ryan went with will kayed which i was when it was nice hair but i was shocked that he went we will will has a hair of a disney prince okay he's a real so tobback shave you could draft expert you have set you have watched the film on both these guys hair can you break down first the hair of restabilised reese davis is a classic talent he's he's a guy that you look at you feel like he just rolls out of bed in his hair's exactly how it was before he went to bed the perfect part just it never moves he's got the nice dark foot flo to it and and really consistently shows up day in and day out with the same hair the same color the same part the same look this guy's the model of consistency all right now so you may have swayed my here but now you can have a chance to sway may because now i need your analysis on the head of hair that will came possesses we'll cain is much improved have you go back and check his tape aka his media's own picture just google will cain and study that tate you're going to see a a guy who wouldn't even have been in the conversation so what he's done is he's gone to work every day he knew what he had to do is really aegis understands the game and he understands that hey if i'm going to be a tv star if i'm going to be on tv every day i'm going to be on the stephen a smith with my takes i've got to have the right hair and i've got to make it look good i'm going to also bring the beard with it i think that's a big part dole overlook the beard a kind of all flows together we'll came to me is max.

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"mike ryan" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"Oh jeez batman would return no wasn't jarred me what's that the dark night yes what what yours at all heath ledger was july ed yes l a ten twelve years ago miyet was at it as on the other three janitor that yeah well judging by your tenure never in a in a movie theater this teen is perfect and i was talking during the break with a god's they'll get the euro knock draft yeah yeah actually maybe we won't yeah not as important as what i like to call the tend to teeth ratio on i got you number one on on my big board the tan and how rich that is is a clear to the reagan me down dudayev dared to some hair to thank you have all gas today hair tube and get your hair not unlike the leaves of a tree changes with the seasonal i have the worst han possible right now my hit my hands and my face or ten the rest of my body's very pale and it's because i've outside for sixteen straight weeks of gays and like the last game i did was orlando three and a half hours baking in the sun texas oklahoma mm hmm so as as all is so you're alleging this is a natural tan well there's a natural tam plus i've had like five different updates and make up today so when they possess you'll stuff on you appear sunkissed now the make a blade is did a good job than uh now we'll gained us to speak of the well kid yoga here's what we need you to do over because we have a metal stand of people who have the best hair at espn mi bronze medallist is cerruti a gray area better here at four but great he's doing the the exact thing he's got to please the suits right i last time i saw cerruti had the hair he had a great at long at a bonn and so just the fact that i know he can grow that out and looks good with the bonn for me that solidifies him on the as the bronze medallist at espn completely legit get we have you as the silver medallists that were sorry of your soul to but no i'm actually not m shocked to be on the list okay now mike i thought that could you have great here next market i thought it's.

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"mike ryan" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"Singh lewis oh boy so i am resilience show sillo the results show on espn radio is presented by progressive mature as more independent agent sell progressive adjourned than any other brand find that agent at progressive dot com now that's progressive todd mick jagger to join us in about eleven minutes his first mocked draft his out and we will discuss that and other things with uh with tobback shame mike to an update the the polls real quick from our show for those of you who don't know brazil lows in a talent meeting aims to god this is by grime were filling in for ciller today we we host the the day labrador joe of course along with dan tendon when he's durham on espn radio add espn you ads are the guys are in meeting today and they asked us to do to shows and so were were gladly doing the two shows year we're doing it misled slighly gladly bear we're doing it happily we're doing it with a smile on her face elista at least mike is your dragon i am i'm tired so anyway at laboratory joe on twitter we update the polls at the end of every show and we didn't have time did i because we were talking about giancarlo stand because dan was yelling at major league baseball again dance fired up so i would like my to update the polls right now again it's at lubbock show on twitter on this one dates back to the local hour of our show was a good entertainment or was it uncomfortable do you remember what that's in regards to yeah that was dan calling the the owner the majority on of the marlins and i can't remember his name sherman bruce sherman and he got his assisted on the phone and i found that the be very uncomfortable yeah it would dan was threatening to using we're gonna call you every day until i speak with what was your name chris wright then i call chris and i butter up for about fifteen minutes and were having dinner to knit all right we'll fifty two percent said uncomfortable boca so maybe dan its work on his tone a little bit next time we try that there's no may be the and there is.

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"mike ryan" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"Um selling a team the miami marlins to derek jeter and his group for one point one billion dollars and then you have the optics on it just just forget about everything else the optics then derek jeter who grossly overpaid for the team doesn't have enough money to buy the team and his thing himself five million dollars a year his first major move is by trading the reigning nl mvp at the age of twenty seven to the team and the market that he had a hall of fame career with a team in a market that he will always love more than the team in the market that he presides in right now he will never loved the moral is the way he loved the yankees any trade stanton his first order of business is this trade the reigning nl mvp to his old buddy brian cashman and his old team the yankees it is such a bad look on so many levels for major league baseball ever dare jitter i'd like to get into some more of this in the next segment um because i know what the reaction is nationally to bunch of guys for miami complaining about what's going on with marlins you didn't care about the team he didn't go to the games we see what that looks like on television you need to understand the history of what's happened in this to this market when it comes to baseball we'll go to the games because we've been betrayed by major league baseball every time uganda noah player every time you have a generate a generational player like me go cabrera or giancarlo saying they're gone and it's a vicious cycle were the owners do this to the market but then they.

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"mike ryan" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"Point than it is anywhere else because in most other places especially new york it's being celebrate yes you have judge yet standing of this great lineup who doesn't want to see that lineup i'm a mets finn and i can't wait to watch the yankees agai that's how excitedly and to see judge ann stanton and sanchez and all the other guys uh in the same line of an american machado two from the baltimore orioles but what people don't realize at i don't expect him to i don't expect people to know the history of miami marlins baseball and how many times this fan base has been let down by the owners and by major league baseball i don't expect you to know it but it's a totally different story down here and it is not one of celebration it is one of major disappointment it's been a said week down here disappointment but also anger yell or fired up about this yes and i this is one of those cool parts were i realize hey we have some influence because of our place say or deport here on espn radio row national discussion i kinda feel before we sort of came along and dan who's been crazy passionate about it this week was one of celebration it's john carlos and go on to the yankees paired with erin judge this is a dream for major league baseball this is very good for major league baseball and it doesn't matter to them the miami's very angry but we're going to try to prove it to you that we all are because what happened down here was damn your criminal to this market it's really bad i mean just the optics alone on it or confounding they really are were you have you have rob manford and major league baseball.

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"mike ryan" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"Jody ever again here i'm glad you're enjoying thirty for thirty monuments part of a special collection of sports body of documentaries from espn films were finding the best sports stories from them right now and to do that were behind the wheel of the many countryman the biggest any yet musical lease seat the find great sport stories if the get out into the world and follow your instincts that's where the mini countryman's all wheel drive comes in handy with all four we can chase down a story in the city in the country and most places in between podcast equipment isn't very bulky but even if were hauling a lot of gear there's plenty of cargo space for all your stuff and if a few of our producers tag along no problem damini countryman comfortably seats five adults the countryman meaty dig but it's still drives a kamini thanks to the twin power turbo engine no matter what story you're chasing the mini countryman will help you find it it's available now and so were thirty for 30 podcasts visit many usa dot com slash countrymen today the white and resell osceola podcast it is too soon the michael ryan filling in for ryan were so today against said well cain is there were some low in kenya and i don't know i don't know owned by that or the official the official bono cerruti is it official that is it we're so low in kenya others that happened after the new year what happens if it's been an ounce january second let's go okay so it's been announced but not until january driveby as a really what i'm wondering is are we filling in for just rymer solo today or are we filling in for brazil in cane today billion for just ron rasila today okay so it's still god's mike ryan sitting in for out ryan were so low today he is he in a talent meeting right now we were not invited because we are talentless and so we're here doing the show and we a bid on the air for four hours so this is our fifth hour on the radio already exhausted i can't imagine what the show is going to sound like what i'm going to feel like a coming up at three o'clock.

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"mike ryan" Discussed on Move Forward Radio

Move Forward Radio

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"mike ryan" Discussed on Move Forward Radio

"Welcome to move forward radio a show featuring interviews with physical therapist in other health care experts this program is brought to you by move forward p t dot com the official consumer information website of the american physical therapy association learn how physical therapist can help people of all ages and abilities reduced pain and improve and restore motion to achieve longterm quality of life at move forward p t dot com woken afford radio i'm just bomi people who complete an obstacle course race tend to have a few things in common more often than not their wet dirty exhausted and smiling year to gear physical therapist and certified athletic trainer mike ryan knows these obstacle course events well he's a sports medicine expert for spartan race of the leading companies bruising obstacle course events and he's a competitor himself in this episode a move ford radio he describes the allure of these increasingly popular fiscal challenges and how to successfully prepare for them whether you typically spend your weekend in the gym or on the couch if you wanna tester limits not injure yourself in the process you want to listen to our conversation with mike ryan so between being a federal therapist on a train our era fixedterm ironman graphically and you're italy spartan race yourself so this role with spartan rate seems like a match made in heaven for you uh the for someone who hasn't seen an obstacle course event like this describe what it entails.

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