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"This is what I wrote in my journal. On the night of November Fifteenth Nineteen eighty-eight. I had such anxiety and exhilaration pulling out that wagon fat. I can't believe those genes finally fit after this ten year struggle with weight. It's finally over or so. I thought it was really just the beginning of a real physical and emotional battle against weight and all that it has meant to me. If Wade has been an issue for you today show will hopefully lead you to win your own battle. That's why I'm doing it. I'll take you through all the steps. I've been through beginning with peeling away. The emotional layers the most important then onto pilling away the physical and I was just so proud of myself just having the discipline to not eat for four months straight. I had no idea of the physical trauma. I put my body through northern emotional trauma. That was ahead. I've kept journals almost all my life and although I've experienced incredible changes throughout my career my weight was all consuming November. Twenty ninth nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight exactly two weeks after the Diet show. I've gained five pounds. I'm one hundred fifty today. I've been eating out of control. I've got to rein in in. I still can't get used to being thin. December seven. Th One thousand nine hundred ninety eight. I read an article today. One criticizing me for the Revlon. Shoot making fun of the weight loss saying. Let's see her in two years. It really hurt my feelings. I'll show them December twelve thousand nine hundred eighty eight. I love doing the revlon shoot. It changed the way I felt about me. Never imagined myself is beautiful but that ad made me feel beautiful so for that reason alone it was worth shooting just to feel that December thirteenth one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. I came home and ate as much zero as I could hold a junk all day. Not Good at all. I never cited how. I'm going to keep the weight off. I keep experimenting testing how much I can eat. It's also ridiculous. How am I going to get through the holidays without gaining December twenty? Six one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. There's a party in Aspen. I don't WanNa go. I've gained five more pounds. One fifty five January. Second Nineteen eighty-nine. This was my day to start dieting again instead. I made pork chops and ate them. Oh well tomorrow's another day Miss Scarlet. The holidays are officially over. So what's IT GONNA be for me fasting again? I don't know if I have it in me. January seventh nineteen eighty-nine. I'm out of control. Start out my day trying to fast by noon. I was frustrated. Hungry just thinking about the agony of at all a bowl of raisin bran left. The House bought some Caramel. Corn came back at three staring at food in the cabinets. And now I want some fries with lots of salt out of Control. January nineteenth nineteen thousand nine hundred fifty eight pounds. I'm bordering on disaster. I feel it coming. I'm wondering fifty-eight eating everything in sight. I need help. Old Patterns have emerged are taking over if I don't fast this entire weekend then Monday. I seek professional counseling. That's the deal complete and total fast January twenty first nineteen eighty nine. I lied to myself about professional counseling. I'm not ready to submit to it. March nine hundred eighty nine. This is what I wish for the absolutely eliminate weight as an issue for myself that I will not eat drink or consume anything that will prevent me from reaching my goal. That is what I wish for the determination and will to do it. Just do it no matter what it is possible and I will November Fourteenth Nineteen eighty-nine anniversary of the Diet. Show one hundred sixty eight pounds. I'm thoroughly disgusted with myself. I couldn't even get then for the anniversary show whereas my resolve every day I wake in with good intentions and then I fail November twenty third. Nineteen eighty-nine Thanksgiving Day. One hundred seventy five pounds. Which really is a fat person again? I've lost my resolve trying to find a way to carry on the battle December. First Nineteen eighty-nine. I'm still battling what has been for me. A lifetime struggle. I thought that have to November. One thousand nine hundred fifteen diet anniversary show at least weight is an issue. Stop being afraid that someone was going to bring it up and say. Hey Oprah haven't you gain weight and go on with my life not. I'm still struggling. Just cook rice and smother chicken. I Edman I was supposed to eat only a salad instead. I eat the salad and the chicken. I'm going to look this. I just don't know how right now December thirteenth one thousand nine hundred nine the new studios looking great. We'll be moving in the first of the year. The farmhouse is coming together two. Everything's going so well. So why do I still feel compelled to eat February sixteenth nineteen ninety? I'm in dire need of help with my weight. Almost on the verge of being overcome had a woman come into hair analysis going to determine what kind of vitamins I need. It's unbelievable I'm still looking for miracle cures what happened to my new year's resolution and then my thirty six year old birthday resolution. I don't know I just know I'm in trouble. I'm one hundred eighty pounds now. I wake every morning hating myself in the weight predicament. I'm in fifteen pounds ago. I would have thought this impossible. I'm not inching but galloping towards the two hundred pound mark I vowed to be back to one hundred fifty pounds by the Hope Award April Twenty Eighth Nineteen Ninety exhausted. I Work Twenty hours today. We'll have to do the same tomorrow. I'm worried about booster place. Eating snacks all day from the craft table. I hate seeing myself on film. June twelfth nineteen ninety. I'm carrying fat around. Its overcoming me. One hundred ninety one pounds overcome June eighteen thousand nine hundred ninety. I woke up the past four days hating myself because I hadn't fasted or at least stuck to some kind of plan trying to lose ten pounds in a week so I can put on this next week for the emmys. July nineteenth nineteen ninety never lost weight for the EMMYS instead of game. Five more. I'm one ninety-six still trying to reckon myself still in the closet assessing all the winter clothes. I won't be able to wear nothing. Fits I dread walking into the Fat Lady Stores August Eleventh? Nineteen ninety trying to be in the spirit. The fat has stopped me from feeling so blocked. I cannot think August Fifteenth Nineteen Ninety. I cried in my office cried because I know that lots of people have been discussing it. No one says anything but I feel them avoiding the subject. A CRY FOR MY POOR MISERABLE SELF. Having gotten to the state scale said two hundred and three pounds this morning controlled just controlled by it. Every day waking up with a plan by the end of the day not following through billing diminished less of a person. Guilty ugly you name it trying to gain control knowing that God says I already have it where is it? God dancing on the MC Hammer show with the fattest behind. I've ever seen I saw that tape and can't denied anymore. I really am fat again. They're in new fat clothes. Making me look even bigger feeling just about as low as one can about myself knowing that. I'm being blocked. August twenty fifth one thousand nine hundred ninety. Did a diets don't work. Seminar stood in a room in a bathing suit and admitted that I was two hundred pounds. That was hard September ninth nine hundred ninety instead of losing fifty pounds for the hope awards I gained had to have the for breakout redone. I DIDN'T WANNA go worried about people saying how fat I was made the worst dressed lists with marge. Simpson described his bumpy dumpy and downright lumpy. Gallon I thought I'd looked pretty decent in January. Twenty ninth nine hundred. Ninety one turned thirty seven. I have a New Vision for myself to become lean fit. Strong physically emotionally spiritually food alone. Isn't the answer. What is February twentieth? Nineteen ninety-one went on vacation and gained eight pounds bringing me to an all-time Ping two hundred twenty six pounds. So big unproportionate fat in the face unable to move freely that I don't know this self
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"one hundred seventy five pounds" Discussed on Champions 4 Life by JDC
"Wow you know my my my my goal to become the first line american hobo titles in both sports has never been done. I guess it's still never been done because i was wonder people that were supposed to do it but it didn't happen and you kind of lose stride in what you <hes> what you want in life sometimes and i said you know what while up onto the next chapter of my life next chapter of my life was to become the best coach they could become for you know the future generation coming up yeah that's kind of where i'm at now and now had the opportunity to do a seminar with the students and hopefully clue that went well which i think he did. I got totally well. Everybody odd you know all the messages that i got and and the feedback everybody's exciting. I think we'll do another. One on the next. One is just going to be bigger. It's going to be bigger so we'll get better and bigger on that. You know it's going to be awesome now. Out you always put up the light heavy. Yes i have rate laggers engine seventy five pounds to a hundred and eighty pounds at that time but if you fight for title you would have you would have to be one hundred seventy five pounds the heaviest but if it was just a fight non-certified you could fight the heavy. She could be as one eighty so i was floated around one in five to one eighty. Tell us in your kickboxing career. Who was your toughest in european and your toughest opponent boy i it does. There's been a few you know one that pops off the top. My head is lose. Bad boy wears a yeah on bras. We fought three times. He's zone a guy that i have a four three times before and every time i caught him. He always came back harder which always made me come back hard. Yeah yeah yeah and you know the grace of god. I beat them every time by you know he was. He was one of my toughest phone. I think those fights between you guys made everybody just like love the two of you more yes. It wasn't like you could have pick. I mean of course you have your your crowd. You know you have your people. I love you and all that but you know with that that same crowd fell in love with him to it was like man. This guy's are so awesome. Oh my god the heart in this to warriors many intense. I remember yeah so you did that. Three times. Uh-huh powerful powerful everytime was like an amazing amazing war in there you know so you finally got married sorry to queen number. Yeah i remember. I remember you saying we're we're. We're not going to get married to become a world champion. Yes sir right so tell us a little bit about that. That was my focus. You know i i wanted to become a world champion and i'd love to death but i told isis a beaker stick around long enough to watch me commonwealth champion dan our delivery marriam in be forever yours and and showing off twenty seven years later actually yet twenty seventy seven years later i got to share with my brother and his queen. You know it's amazing amazing amazing and gets his or leave for me the whole hoping about the seminar. I'm going to be a little selfish here right. <hes> you know when you live a life of giving giving giving giving giving <hes>. There's a little bit of selflessness there so for me myself. Business was a haven't spar with you in thirty years has and i wanted that experience again..
"one hundred seventy five pounds" Discussed on WJR 760
"So we do X. seven sixty WJAR were Detroit comes to talk Wall Street is having another down day China announced new tariffs on US goods president trump tweeted the U. S. companies they should move out of China and comments from federal reserve chairman Jerome Paul are all affecting the market correspondent Steve casted bomb has details moments after the president ordered US companies to look outside of China via a tweet a chart of the Dow Jones industrial average looks like it fell off of a cliff by midday the Dow had fallen over four hundred and fifty points one and three quarter percent the falling prices also came after fed reserve chairman Jerome Powell expressed concern over the trade war with China causing a further slowing in the global economy but stopped short of saying whether another interest rate cut was warranted Steve casting about New York right now the Dow was down four hundred seventy three points the S. and P. is down fifty eight Michigan state police are investigating a sexual assault at camp Dearborn Michigan state police were called to can't Dearborn Thursday night to respond to a report that a juvenile had been sexually assaulted by a man trooper said during the initial interview the male suspect became combative and was arrested for resisting and obstructing a police officer came Dearborn is owned and operated by the city of Dearborn recreation and parks department but is located in the village of Milford in western Oakland county the city contracted the state police in twenty eighteen to provide law enforcement services at the camp an investigation is ongoing Elizabeth Crenshaw W. J. R. news southwest Detroit man is facing murder and other charges in connection to the mauling death of nine year old Emma Hernandez police a thirty three year old peer Cleveland on the pit bulls who killed the girl his bond was set at two million dollars cash visitation for Emma begins today at three at the professional mortuary services in Detroit the funeral is tomorrow at high noon at St kana going to church in Detroit Livonia police are asking for the public's help in finding a seventy one year old man who wandered away from the Saint Jude nursing home on an Arbor trail this morning seventy one year old Dmitri Mironov's suffers from dementia he's five now nine one hundred sixty five to one hundred seventy five pounds gray hair brown eyes last seen the light blue jeans and a peach colored shirt anyone with information is asked to call nine one one Detroit police are sharing a video montage of a group of thugs defacing property and assaulting people in the city one of the video shows a young man throwing a spin scooter in the Detroit River another video shows vandals running scooters into people on the street and throwing construction cones and others the videos only show the people from the neck down police are asking the public's help to track down their identities a new name for a favored water park destination to Detroit at Waterbeach is getting a new name the public space opening this fall in the east river front will be named Robert C. Bellotti park in honor of the Detroit who was the former chairman of Carhartt right this is really an important part of the river Frank has not mention this is part of a system of parks along the river walk and this one is critical a lot of people think of the river for underscore for the renaissance center General Motors headquarters Dr Colin plaza but there's beautiful assets all along the river our got connection bridge to bridge and this is really a key another little bridge that goes for Franklin park over to John Stroh's property and allows families to walk about ten minutes from a great family parts another great family park so it's critical location were so grateful to the Holy Family for the generosity and mark Wallace tells Paul W. Smith the three point two acres was formally a cement factory.
"one hundred seventy five pounds" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"He's retired is for children. His widow became with his daughter is a history of prostate cancer, had radiation successfully. He had COPD has COPD in a cough. He's been seen by Apolinar Logist for two and a half years. He's been getting C T scans and pet scans and well told them he had growing not Jolson. He might want to consider treatment well he came here because number one he didn't wanna have part of his long removed. You already has a cough and COPD and short of breath. And number two, we wanted some clarity about what's going on. What needs to be treated, what's vicious not? And he has COPD has a chronic cough. He's been on steroids steering medications because he's so short of breath. His lung capacity is only forty eight percent of normal. He's an ex-smoker equipped ten years ago. And he's gaining weight on the steroids steroids make people gain weight. So he's gone from one hundred fifty to one hundred seventy five pounds. He has no pain and examined him. And he has some difficulty breathing is swelling in the legs. And so I got the radiologist chief radiology and the line, and we sorted out all the all these nod ills in the long. He's got multiple modules. But in fact of all these Najah lls that were read in the report when the chief of radiology, actually reviewed them over two and a half years with me, there was only one growing Najah will in the right upper lobe. So he had a stage, t one lung cancer with no spread. And this is the work we do were highly successful in treating cancers in the long. This man knows what it is to have radical surgery in opening up, the lung is not fun. It's dangerous. And some people dive in during the surgery many people don't ever recover. Fully. So he did not want to have lung surgery for his long Najah will in each shows our treatment, I believe, because he knows it's well tolerated easy safe with great years, decades of experience here at thirteen eighty four Broadway. Dr Liederman where except most insurances, Medicare, Medicaid, and Ceesay to get to us all the subways that come to us. The one two three four five six. A. C E. N Q, R, B, D, F, M, seven s all come within blocks of our office. All the buses in New York City come to port authority..
"one hundred seventy five pounds" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
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"one hundred seventy five pounds" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"We are back, and we'll talk about a seventy five year old, man. He's retired is for children. His widow became with his daughter is a history of prostate cancer had radiation, successfully he had COPD has he'll PD in a cough. He's been seen by Apolinar Logist for two and a half years. He's been getting C T scans and pet scans. And well published told him he had growing not jewels, and he might want to consider treatment. Well, he came here because number one he didn't wanna have part of his long removed. He already has a cough and COPD and short of breath. And number two we wanted some clarity about what's going on. What needs to be treated, what's vicious and not and he has COPD has a chronic cough. He's been on steroids steering medications because he's so short of breath. His lung capacity is only forty eight percent of normal. He's an ex-smoker equipped ten years ago. And he's gaining weight on the steroids storage make people gain weight. So he's gone from one hundred fifty to one hundred seventy five pounds. He has no pain and examined him. And he has some difficulty breathing is slowing in the legs. And so I got the radiologist chief radiology and the line and we sorted out. All the all these Najah ills in the long, he's got multiple Najah bills. But in fact of all these Najah lls that were read in the report when the chief of radiology actually, reviewed them over two and a half years with me. There was only one growing Najah l- in the right, upper lobe. So he had a stage t one lung cancer with no spread. This is the work. We do were highly successful in treating cancers in the lung. This man knows what it is to have radical surgery in opening up. The long is not fun. It's dangerous and some people dive and during the surgery, many, people don't ever recover. Fully. So he did not want to have lung surgery.
"one hundred seventy five pounds" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"You had three years of chemo wasn't working the cancer was growing. So what good is that? It's really useless. And we'll talk about another woman. Another woman is eighty two years old from Connecticut. Who came to its end, the Meteo cancer stage, four shed her uterus, removed shed, chemo, shed, vaginal radiation. He's eighty two years old. She's married with seven children three years ago. She had vaginal bleeding. We often talk about bleeding as a warning sign and she had that warning sign. She was seen by one. Doctor one doctor told her a big hospital shed five Royds that was not correct. She saw second doctor to third doctor finally was found to an endometrial cancer said surgery and one of the biggest hospitals in Connecticut for endometrial cancer. The time the cancer traveled to lift notes shed than radiation placed into the vagina only, and then she had chemotherapy. And she started chemotherapy because of chemotherapy, she went into congestive heart failure. So another toxicity from the chemotherapy. Then she tried other chemotherapies, carbo, platinum and the cancer kept growing should a pet scans showing growing cancer. She's losing weight you went from two hundred one hundred seventy five pounds, and she's five foot four most likely was losing weight to feed that cancer cancer. When it grows heats at the body. And that's why many people lose weight as the cancer grows. I wonder I saw her we talked about all the options. I saw her two years ago. Two years ago, and she came this week with her son. She has a loving, son. Just got a scan. The big masks in the pelvis in remission after our treatment when surgery failed when standard radiation failed when chemo failed. She's treated one of the biggest hospitals in Connecticut came here. A few outpatient treatments is doing well happy. She came for follow up. I saw this week in remission, even though she had medicine cancer. She's in remission doing well. Happy about the treatment. She's happy her sons happy, I'm happy everyone's happy because she had great results. And this is the work that we do every day here at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway and thirtieth street in New York City, and we're talking about a woman who sixty two years old born in Jamaica, she has two children she came with her sister three years ago. She had cervical cancer stage. Three went to one of the big hospitals, shed standard, chemo, STAN. Entered radiation break you therapy. She was okay for a few months, and then the cancer traveled to the lung, and she had two years of chemotherapy, you know, what I just said about chemo owns true in this case too. When you have years and years of chemo tells you it's not good news. Well, the cat scan showed the cancer was growing in the chest by the Highland which is the area of the airway in the blood supply to the lungs her. Abdominal CT was negative. She stopped her chemotherapy, she came to us why. Because it wasn't working the cancer was traveling and she wants treatment to get her breathing better to stop the cancer..
"one hundred seventy five pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"He's an ex smoker and he had double vision of back two years ago. I had double vision he had a number is that showed a mass growing through the base of the skull. He was seen by his primary. Doctor. This is a crazy story his his primary doctor made the diagnosis smart. Doctor saw the MRI ordered the double vision. The cancer is growing through the skull the doctor, then send them to a cancer. Doctor one of the big hospitals cancer. Doctor didn't review the MRI and told the. Patient who was perfectly fine. Even though he had a big mass in his head growing through the scou-. And then a couple months later, the patient went back to the primary doctor and said, well, what happened what you saw the cancer doctor and the patient said, well, the cancer doctor said, I was okay. And then it came to pass the cancer. Doctor never went through the documents never got a history. Never went through the documents sent the patient home without any review while you might say, yeah. Wow. Whoa. I might say so then Vance was growing more and more biopsy to squamous cancer growing through the scou-. This is a man who is offered radical surgery went to one of the big hospitals. Big hospitals like to do big surgeries are going to cut into the basis skull and brain while this is a man who then went to Cuba. He took a flight to Cuba. I thought they have better care in Cuba and in Cuba. They want ten thousand dollars for his treatment. And he left Cuba. Because it didn't like how he was treated in Cuba. And then he came back. Saw his primary, and then was sent to see me after he'd gone to several other big hospitals where they wanted to do radical surgery. He lost twenty pounds. He started chemotherapy, one of the hospitals. He hated the chemotherapy just wasn't tolerated. He lost away to you went from one hundred seventy five pounds two hundred sixty two pounds had that double vision. He was a smoker. He came to me, we saw this big mass skull and his brain his nasal Farouq cancer started the nasal barracks, which is the part of the body behind the nose above the throat. That's just below the base of skull was a nasal ferrings cancer growing into the skull growing into the brain causing the double vision. And finally came to me, refusing surgery refusing chemo, and we talked about all the options. He chose radio surgery. Only I treated him last year, we have a whole team a team of experts all devoted to our work. He was treated by our team. And why am I talking about him today? Well. As you know, I see patients every day. I take notes and then bring them to the radio. So I can talk about you this, man. It went several years with cancer growing through the nasal Farouq into the skull into the brain causing double vision. This man is now cancer free. His no cancer hit a test from head to toe. I examined him he has no symptoms as double visions resolved. It's terrible pain is resolved. I can.
"one hundred seventy five pounds" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"She had three years of chemo wasn't working the cancer was growing. So what good is that? It's really useless. And what type of another woman? Another woman is eighty two years old from Connecticut. Who came to us with endometrial cancer stage, four shit, her uterus removed shed, chemo, shed, vaginal radiation. He's eighty two years old. She's married with seven children three years ago. She had vaginal bleeding. We often talk about leading a warning sign and she had that warning sign Houston by one doctor one doctor told her big hospital shed five, right? So that was not correct. She saw a second doctor to third doctor finally was found Evan endometrial cancer said surgery and one of the biggest hospitals in Connecticut for endometrial cancer. The time the cancer traveled to live notes shed than radiation placed into the vagina only, and then she had chemotherapy. And she started chemotherapy because of chemotherapy, she went into congestive heart failure. So in other toxins from the chemotherapy. Then she tried other chemotherapies carbon platinum and the cancer kept growing should a pet scans showing growing cancer. She's losing weight you had from two hundred one hundred seventy five pounds, and she's five foot four most likely was losing weight to feed that cancer cancer when it grows eats at the body. And that's why many people lose weight as the cancer grows. I wonder I saw her we talked about all the options. I saw her two years ago. Two years ago, and she came this week with her son. She has a loving, son. She just got a skin. The big mass of the pelvis in remission after our treatment when surgery failed when standard radiation failed when chemo failed is treated one of the biggest hospitals in Connecticut came here. A few outpatient treatments is doing well is happy. She came for follow up. I saw her this week in remission, even though she had medicine cancer. She's in remission doing well. Happy about the treatment. She's happy her sons happy, I'm happy everyone's happy because she had great results in. This is the work that we do every day here at thirteen eighty four Broadway Broadway and thirty eight th street in New York City, and we're talking about a woman who sixty two years old born in Jamaica, she has two children she came with her sister three years ago. She had cervical cancer stage. Three went to one of the big hospitals, shed standard chemo. Standard radiation break you therapy. She was okay for a few months, and then the cancer traveled to the lung and she had two years of chemotherapy. And you know, what I just said about chemo is true in this case too. When you have years and years of chemo, it tells you it's not good news with a cat. Scan showed the cancer was growing in the chest by the Highland, which is the area of the airway in the blood supply to the lungs her. Abdominal CT was negative. She stopped her chemotherapy, she came to us why. Because it wasn't working the cancer was traveling and she wants treatment to get her breathing better to stop the cancer..
"one hundred seventy five pounds" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Hey, Dr Liederman were back. We are back. I want to talk about a seventy five year old, man. He's retired is for children. He's widowed came with his daughter is a history of prostate cancer radiation. Successfully he had COPD has COPD in a cough. He's been seen by opponent, Allah, just for two and a half years. He's been getting C T scans and pet scans. And well public told him he had growing not Jolson he might want to consider treatment. Well, he came here because number one he didn't wanna have part of his long removed. He already has a cough and COPD insurance breath. And number two. We wanted some clarity about what's going on. What needs to be treated with vicious and not and he has COPD has a chronic cough. He's been on steroids on steering medications because he's so short of breath. His lung capacity is only forty eight percent of normal. He's an ex-smoker equipped ten years ago. And he's gaining weight on the steroids stewards make people gain weight. So he's gone from one hundred fifty to one hundred seventy five pounds. He has no pain and examined him. And he has some difficulty breathing is swelling in the legs. And so I got the radiologist got the chief radiology on the line. And we sorted out. All the all these Najah in the long, I've got multiple modules. But in fact of all these Najah lls that were read in the report where the chief of radiology actually, reviewed them over two and a half years with me. There was only one growing Najah will in the right, upper lobe. So had a stage t one lung cancer with no spread. This is the work. We do were highly successful in treating cancers and lung this man knows what it is to have radical surgery and opening up. The lung is not fun. It's dangerous and some people dive in during the surgery, many, people don't ever recover. Fully. So he did not want to have lung surgery for his lung Najah will and he chose our treatment. I believe because he knows it's well tolerated easy safe with great years decades of experience here at thirteen eighty four Broadway. Dr Liederman were except most insurances, Medicare, Medicaid and Ceesay to get to us all the subways come to us the one two three four five six a C N Q R B D F M seven s all come within blocks of our office all the buses in New York City, come to port authority,.
"one hundred seventy five pounds" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong
"I thought I was like I'm gonna watch like five hundred movies this week. You know, we don't airplane so much. I didn't watch one movie like the entire time airplane. I was out cold sleeping is it a nice plane? It's the only private jet. I've ever been on. So you might speak to Lance. But yeah, seemed like nice plane to me chairs big and you can lay. You go all the way flat food's good and stuff. Yeah. No. They take good care of you. But he's long flights. Some of these yet always bone. Got there though. It's like oh here. Can we circle around a little bit longer didn't want to get off that plane 'cause the things I didn't want to train for it? So I was already retired from pro running. But I kind of trade for I figured either I could have a miserable six months like training for this thing the training like crazy and have a good week or could enjoy my life and not trained for it for six months and have one kind of bad. We kind of opted not run the furthest Iran in training leading up to that was eight miles. Like three or four months prior to that race. So maybe ran like twenty miles a week. Maybe that's kind of being run geeks. They're they're like, they're like, so I was your training, and I've done this, and this and a minute Tricia Brad where when you're like and train. Implicit is kind of fun to feel what it feels like for like normal everyday. Joe's like go out and run a marathon and not be like ultra prepared for it. You know in also being like one hundred seventy five pounds or something like that. When I did the challenge and just be like, this is what it feels like the pounding. Bay is really interesting week because I actually was getting better shape like as the week was going on. Yeah. I was getting pretty excited day five in Morocco Iran, my best marathon, which was like three oh four. I think so I'm like that. And and they're getting faster and faster, you know? And so I was like all I'm a light it up the next few days like I was getting excited, and then I'm walking to get some food afterwards in with the sky, Mike Wardi, and he's like, hey, man. You got a little like hitching your strategy like your, and I had just like this little faint pain in my hip. You know, I was like it's nothing like runners, you kind of learn to run through a lot of stuff and then the next day and Dubai it really flared up, and it turned into like walk jogging, and it wasn't good. And then when we got to Sydney the last day. So it was like there's no way I'm not doing this last marathon just on six in a row, you know, and I get up and try and start walking off the airplane in like, I can't put any weight on my leg. And I was like this is not going to be putting down tons. Painkillers and stuff just trying to get through it. So that marathon took me five and a half hours. So I kind of like to think all walk run mostly walking. I got an Assange in the middle of hoping to massage out outta stress. Fracture turns out they can't do that. No, no. They can't dead. That's my first marathon. I my shin splints turned into stress fractures on both sides. And it was. Yeah. I got back to the hotel ahead to get a luggage cart to get to the room. It was awful. So what was your preparation length? No, none. I'm saying that first marathon I was running twenty miles a week. I did attracted the Leadville trail marathon this past summer in June. Didn't I'd stopped running didn't then I got bullied into doing it by Eric burns. And. And that was without a lot of elevations and lost. I mean, it was that's trail stuff takes forever to just you can't run fast on trails downhill just kills you. Yeah. Yeah. Destroys the leaves in the one and Arctic. I'm and that's in the snow. You're running on is that what this is firmer here. Yeah. So yeah. The picture on the cover shows you chose..
"one hundred seventy five pounds" Discussed on No Jumper
"Are they drug testing you? If I was I or they would be you got a west coast care back on so. But you know, his legal now to I'll really so. Yeah. For felons and shit. Because you know, PTSD is terrible is bad with us true real life. You know what I'm saying? Like our froze as my brother has gone to pass while I was going to cry. I was talking to him now. And he was just telling me like no till I with drugs and shit like they say Carolinas. The ahead is first season. And you know, what I'm saying? He was just people tell Monte like I wanna talk the Brizo got him in. He was just telling me likes this low down. 'cause we we a sit and smoke a pound and fucking two days type shit. You know, what I'm saying is me hem in one other person. That's a lot of we know saying we popping perks Xantia just everything just doing drugs. I always got laying around where you real bad with drugs at one point outfit hail fucking air. Like now me coming out and coming out of deals like only thing. I would do it smoke. You know what I'm saying? Because like I when I locked up I was like barely one hundred seventy five pounds. Eighty six apple. It's terrible. Bigger gun hitting. I guess that's kind of the first thing. I noticed when I Way way back. back. Now, I'm like two thirty you know, like so and one point when I was in joining like two fifty five to sixty. I would just too much. Just all muscle now. I was just muscle, bro. Is this? But is like it was too much. So I started leading some stints new get out pounds the drop off. Yeah. So I I can't get back to how we use working out like or Dickey's amount while you're locked up like twice a day. Just banging out ups and shit or what like how days while do push ups pull ups and dips and or go and get on the freeways do cableways too. But the freeways, that's my thing. Right. That you lose motivation to work out and shit. When you're on the outside the now like, I wouldn't say you lose motivation. I say you you doing more like when you behind wall. Like, you know, you eat the the plan cars talking shit, or if you've got a little Bush job now, or you know, what I'm saying you just doing some you working out or something that you can do to help you pass time. Right. So in the end of the day, it makes you is helping physique. Yeah. So here you might do twenty push ups, and it's like go back. To doing something else like shit. Why not do two hundred? Like now, like, even if I when I don't get to some weights do like like Sesa fifty five fifty push-ups and shit just to stay both up a little bit. You know what I'm saying? But they look different. Look. I mean, I'm grown. Anyway, you know, what I'm saying? So what's your attitude about the actual music at this point that so you put together this one tape? But are you like really really motivated to go hard with the music and shit. Yeah. Like, definitely like, you know, what I'm saying. Putting that out. I got like very quickly. I like six million streams some on my guy. Cool. Like, you know, what I'm saying? It's still a lot of people don't even know I'm home yet. They damn he owned. People tweeting me she like mitt. Nobody told me six hundred breezy was out. He was out for a month. So I'm definitely I'm I've been in the studio every day since I got out..
"one hundred seventy five pounds" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Do you do better than what are you? What are me fifteen? Yeah. See I like being. Teen. I'm like Yee's an athlete. He's in better shape than us hoc-. We're big all of us. Now. What's up you're in better shape? Yeah. For sure. Yeah. That's a fact not quite what I need to do is go get a physical and see still like my my BMI is right. Your body mass index I still let's just say, I'm not exactly chiseled out of granite yet. We got I never understood that thing. And I know it's important. But by that the BMI wooden a guy like Ray Lewis be obese because he's six feet tall. He's two fifty five. I mean by that measurement when he be obese. But I don't know. I mean, it does it does BMI that doesn't even does that include like body fat percentage. Or is it just no? Okay. Well, I think I need to see what my percentage of body fat is. The those and you got to go in the tank. No. Yeah. Day pinch. You you're like one thing because there's a the declaw thing. Yeah. Thank you. It's like a little eighteen you gotta go in. And it takes you under. And sure there's more that they've gotten out there that are close. But. That sounds like it'd be kinda humiliating thing touching. My weiner. Oh god. Dreadful that'd be so dreadful. That'd be unsettling those shoes, though, Franny that you showed me a picture of those things are sweet, man. Some Jordan golf shoes. The threes before as golf shoes. Those things are pretty clutch. Like those running shoes. For any that. I that. I bet your flow and got some of those. I've seen Jordan's like that that were golf shoes. I'm always looking like EBay for Jordan's and just looking for deals and everything. But I haven't seen those ones those are sick. What did you say? Ray Lewis was six feet six fi. Like what two fifty something thirty three point ninety Bielby? He would be obese. Line when I was playing that'd be overweight. Yes. Like one eight one five one eighty five one ninety five. Yeah. All right. Yeah. That's kind of I think I'm one ninety seven right now. I deal. My deal was when I was like I in the minor leagues in getting to the big leagues as one hundred seventy five pounds. Yeah. I loved it. I felt I felt very all time. But I'll tell you what. Well, technically include some six feet. So you're five ten okay. Cool. All my whole life, my whole life since physicals and stuff. Sure. Five eleven and three quarters there, sir. Okay. All right. I tell everybody that I'm five nine about him. All right. I'm five ten. I'm like just cresting five nine. I look at it. Like, I'm a I'm over five nine five nine. And change those. I'm five ten because I'm not five nine five nine selling me. Short round up around six six and eight bro. It's eight you know, what I'm saying. Like many times by two. I mean in the mirror daily doubles like one of those fun house mirrors. It's not the view mirror. My words, you're a tripod babies arm holding an apple. Jerk. What do you got coming up tonight? Is going to talk about my member. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. What's the worst like thing at any stadium? Like when they celebrate anything. What is it like for you? What do you? What do you mean? With like expand on that. Like like, either they hit a Homer, and they do seven different. They you get a first down. You do seven different score a touchdown. Everyone does score a run in unison with the crowd. I mean, what do you got? What do you think? Number one forty Niners. First down worst. It's the absolute dumbest thing that we. Oh, yeah. That's what am I what am I best buddies? My name's Casey, okay? I'm gonna throw him out there on that. He's a firefighter under the bus. He say, it's so stupid. He goes. But what if every first down play gold number on the screen, and I love and everyone says. Way better. Stupidest, the I hope Niner fans listeners. Goo awesome where in anywhere. Are we Spartan? Yeah. You're right. No doubt about that. State party in the house. And you know, what it kind of annoys me every single NFL PA system across the world when it is third down. Q the hell's bells?.
"one hundred seventy five pounds" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Call them in there. Yeah. I don't wanna smoke with them in the. Lemon. Would you? Got left on Skype without a call again. Who is or you on Skype will fuck him up at the Vienna. Woodyear simple of anybody on Skype wing to Anouchka. So they gotta be lying because the on Skype right here. Yeah. Yo, yo, yo. Nigga yo yo shit. What's up Scorsese MAB been left on Skype? The last ten show. I. Was for this shit. This was going to be, but you left me all have a three hour 'cause ten show than road. I on the happen though. I on happy. He's like offer. Scorsese nothing to apologize to. He won't take a cocoa. Right. Sent on this shit. I don't know what our topics. Then all time. Ten minutes them. Let's get tell shows worse. None of just getting up. Top rank Mike, I'm bring your boy in on this terrorist Crawford. They they want a union. They got to champions at one hundred seventy five pounds that ain't neither one of them. Ain't got no opponent coming up. No, schedule conflict gotta Turbie of advising three in the motherfucker..
"one hundred seventy five pounds" Discussed on The ThomaHawk Show
"Like that. That's different to be. Everybody is different that being said you talked about the Zona call Arizona Cardinals being a choice. Now, the cliff Kingsbury who loves column Mary's talked about it on record before he took the job. He's sitting there with the first overall pick. What would you trade away Josh Rosen and then pick collar Murray with the first overall pick? Would you think cliff Kingsbury was a madman? If you did that or do you think it's smart? Well, creek rebuttal to what you said before that they were saying that general managers in owners would be worried that if you said, hey, if I'm not picking the top fifteen I'm going to go play baseball that fear is already baked into the cake because a month or so ago. Kaiser already said, yeah, I'm going to go play baseball. He's already been drafted. So that fear's already out there. No matter if you goes one five six seven because NFL franchise has to be thinking like, hey, we picked this guy. And he's our starter. Or he doesn't win the job right away. Let's say he's our starter. And that gets benched or he doesn't win the job for a couple of years. He's liable to just go play baseball. So we lose that pick before that contract is up. And I don't know if there's any mechanism that they could put into the contract to guarantee that he has to stay with them for four years. But I think the fear is already been baked into his value as a draft pick no matter if he says I'm going to go play baseball. If I'm in the not in the top fifteen or if you gets picked in the top fifteen with that being said, we've talked about areas Zona should they trade Josh Rosen and pick Cuyler Murray. Well, I'm gonna say no first of all we are not certain about Cuyler Murray's ability to play in the NFL. Like, we talked about its height issue. We're it's in the NFL. Andrew Hawkins was a mid. He was five eight and a half. He didn't even have to play quarterback and see over giant six six lineman. Kylo Murray is going to is going to measure in at like. Five foot seven maybe it. He's going to be about one hundred seventy five pounds. He would be smaller than Doug Flutie. Once he gets measured at the combine this is going to be a real concern. Because in the NFL, unlike college defensive linemen and blitzes have very very. Strict rush lanes. So that means they try to constrict the pocket because in the NFL a bad pass or an incompletion because a quarterback gets hit. Or he's got people in his face is just as good as a sack, whereas in college, you see much more reckless pass rushing where you have defensive ends that just fly up the field and they're running around the quarterback and defensive lineman. They leave their gaps, and they leave big passing lanes where you don't have to see over anybody as a quarterback. You just have to make small movements in the pocket in college. And a lot of times you can run or you can throw through those throwing lanes. But you don't get those big throwing lanes in the NFL unless they develop an offense like the old run-and-shoot where he's literally running out of the pocket, and he's getting an escaping almost every time..
"one hundred seventy five pounds" Discussed on Half Size Me
"Over again amongst women that had been through that process. I think I would have learned via that example, you know, but nobody was talking about it. Right. Like who talks about that? Who says when I was eighteen and I was one hundred seventy five pounds. I thought was huge. And now, I wait to seventy five had I been able to maintain one seventy five and just learned to be okay with that. I'd have been the cat's pajamas, right? I'd been fine. But nobody's talked. Nobody had those conversations. It was like one of those off topic. Like, nobody the older women never wanted to discuss weight or weight loss. Right. But I think I would have been as a young impressionable kid. I think I demand like, yeah. That doesn't sound good. I don't want to be in that boat. I don't think anyone was having that conversation. And that's what I'm hoping. We're doing here on the show is we're having that conversation, and maybe teenage kid is hearing this because her mom's listening to in the car, or we have a lot of twenty year olds that are coming on in finding community and listening and they're getting it. They're like. Ooh. Yeah. I'm learning from these women that are in their forties, fifties and sixties. I don't wanna be doing that. Right. And that's what we're looking for like, we could change this collectively by sharing these stories. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. And I'm so thankful for the stories because so many of them, you know, have led me to where I am now. And having the understanding that I do and being able to finally make progress. That's that's sticking. So yeah, I'm so thankful for all the stories, and I'm hoping that my story can help as well. Oh, absolutely. That's why I wanted to get you on the show because even though I know you're not at your old goal. And that's a lot of concern. Everybody has one that at my at my goal. Unlike even if you're at your goal, you're still going to have to fight every day to stay there. It's not like the fights over, you know. But why I wanted to have you on is because here's somebody who was really struggling with this one idea of how to manage your round around that time of the month. And you found something that's working for you. But you know, what you? Sharing that here gives another woman who's got the exact same struggle. The idea that maybe I should try that I should give that a go because what I'm doing isn't working, and it's not serving me, and I hear somebody else's having success. And we can all learn from each other. That's what's amazing. We don't have to be quote, unquote done. We just have to be a couple steps ahead of somebody else somewhere else and share what we're doing. So they can learn and get to that next level. Yes. Definitely love it. All right. So robin. Ultimately, you reached out you ask for help? I reached back. We're here. Now almost three years later. We've had this back and forth conversation for those people who want to reach out to you and ask you a question or connect with you. Would you be okay? If they emailed me, and I forwarded it to you. Yep. That's totally fine. And I just wanna say thank you so much. I loved hearing back from you. And you just were like, you know, what I actually took action the taking action piece as a former teacher you can teach all day long. But if nobody applies what they learn. It's kind of like, okay. No one's doing anything. You know? But when I get an Email back. This says, hey, I heard what she said. I did something with said knowledge and here I am. It's like the best thing ever. I mean, truly it is. And so I just want to say from the bottom of my heart. Thank you. So very much for that. You are very very welcome. I'm so glad I.
"one hundred seventy five pounds" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Down in your small intestine get floating belly pain and everything and the wanna do stomach operations and remove part of your stomach and all that kind of stuff is usually caused by osteoporosis of the skull in which the tenth cranial nerve the Vegas who's being squeezed. And it just shuts the stomach off. Okay. Because the biggest are formed in the brain goes down through the chest through the diaphragm and tells stomach what to do. And so I would imagine. This woman has ringing in the ears and gradual deafness going on and maybe dental problems, she may lose teeth and dentures and things like that. Because she's got she got osteoporosis postponed invulnerable writers, one hundred seventy five pounds and had her take because of all the other shows going on I didn't ever take two healthy, bone and joint tax. Ramon. Uphold those everything twice a day. At also take our our MSN again as the the sulfur compounds. We haven't ever take three of those today's one bottle it the bones rebuild themselves, including the skull. And also have her take our ultimate enzymes never take to those say two minutes for each meals a couple of houses of water to help sterlising stomach stomach working right because of osteoporosis of the skull. The Vegas nerve is being pinched. And that's what's causing the guests rights. You know, you mentioned the tinnitus are tonight is. Yeah. I've had I've had bringing in the so this is me asking you a question, you broaden, I've had ringing in my years that I know of for us two three four years. It doesn't really bother me. And I don't hear. I don't think about it. And therefore, I don't know that I have it is it just is one of those things or what's it going to lead to my father, the railroad age of ninety head vertigo and some other things. With the other stuff was so I'm going to do exactly what you have just suggested more suggestions information and help from Dr Joel Wallich as we continue here on.
Would You Really Stay Conscious After Being Decapitated?
"Idea that every aspect of human consciousness from affinity for ones family to a belief in God to the experience of the color. Green is merely the result of electrical activity in our brains neural networks as he wrote in nineteen Ninety-four, you're nothing, but a pack of neurons at the basis of our conscious. Experience are chemicals called neurotransmitters these chemicals generate electrical signals that form the means by which Ron's communicate with one another and ultimately form neural networks when we stimulate these networks, we experienced the physical sensations emotions that make up our lives. We store these as memories to be recalled when the neural networks that store them are activated once more. For the idea may be a bit glum, but it forms the basis of the idea that the electrical activity in the brain is the detectable trace of our conscious experience by correlation. Then so long as we can detect this electrical activity through the use of technology like the E G, which measures brainwaves we can assume that a person is experiencing consciousness. This is what makes a two thousand eleven study from the Netherlands so troubling the researchers were trying to determine whether decapitation which is a common method of euthanizing lab. Rats is humane. They connected an EEG machine to the brains of rats, decapitated them and recorded the electrical activity in the brain. After the event. The researchers found that for about four seconds after being separated from the body the rats brains continue to generate electrical activity between the thirteen to one hundred Hertz frequency band, which associated with consciousness and cognition aka thinking, this findings just the brain can continue to produce thoughts and experience sensations for at least several seconds following decapitation in rats. Anyway, yet the annals of medicine following the invention of the guillotine have some very interesting scientific observations of human decapitation. Let's look at what happens. When one loses one's head. The circulatory system delivers oxygen and other necessary particles via blood to the brain. So that the brain can carry out it's necessary functions deprived of oxygen or blood, the brains function deteriorates rapidly circulation takes place in a closed system based on a pressurized environment. Blood is pumped in and out of the heart and past the lungs where it's refreshed. Once. More decapitation opens this closed system irrevocably causing a full and massive drop in blood pressure, leaving the brain starved of both blood and oxygen depending on how the head is removed from the body this loss of blood, and ultimately consciousness can take longer in some modes of decapitation than others several blows to the back of the neck with a sword. Or axe can lead to blood loss before the head is fully severed from the body, but the design of the guillotine. Gene, the execution method of choice during the French revolution. Made severing the head cleaner and quicker be blade and wait assembly of the guillotine weighed more than one hundred seventy five pounds. That's eighty kilograms and was dropped from a height of fourteen feet or just over four meters from ground level onto the back of the victim's neck. Moreover, the teams blade was set within a track leading a direct line down to the back of the victim's neck. There's a rumor that the superior execution technology led to at least one case of apparent consciousness after decapitation executions in eighteenth century, France were public affairs and executioners customarily showed the head of the victim to these ambled crowd, then sometimes perform some gesture of disrespect as well. As was the case was Charlotte. Corday a woman executed by guillotine in seventeen ninety three after she SAS needed. The revolutionary leader Jean-Paul Murrah after her head was severed the executioners smacked it's cheeks while he held aloft to the astonishment of the crowd cord as cheeks flushed. And our facial expression changed into quote unequivocal marks of indignation. Most recently in nineteen Eighty-nine. An army veteran reported that following a car accident that he was in with a friend the decapitated head of his friend changed Patiala expressions, quote, I of shock or confusion, then to terror or grief, both king Charles the first and Queen and Belinda are reported to have showed signs of trying to speak following their beheadings by executioner's swords rather than the teen. And when in seventeen ninety five a German researcher by the name of S T summering spoke out against the use of the guillotine. He cited reports of decapitated heads that have ground their teeth and at the face of one decapitated person grist horribly when a physician inspecting the head poked the spinal canal with his finger, but perhaps most famous was the study conducted in nineteen thousand five of the head of an executed criminal over the course of twenty five to thirty seconds of observation the physician recorded managing to get the head to open its is an undeniably focused them on the doctors. Twice calling the executed man's name. Some say that none of this proves consciousness the movement seen in the face could be the result of the voluntary muscles that control the Lipson is merely being in spasm after sort of short circuit or from the relic of electrical activity. This is likely true for the rest of the body. But the head has the distinction of housing the brain, which is the seat of consciousness, the brain receives no drama from clean decapitation, and may therefore continue to function until plus causes unconsciousness and death. We know that chickens often walk around for several seconds after decapitation. The Dutch rat study mentioned earlier suggests the length of perhaps four seconds other studies of small animals have found up to twenty nine seconds. But any amount of time would be horrific take a moment to count off four seconds. While you look around the room, you'll likely find you can take in quite a bit visually and orally during that time. However, we may never fully know if a human remains conscious after the head is
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Homeless man saves woman who jumped from bridge
"Smart speaker users say play WGN radio on tune in it is a five o'clock and with the news, here's Don Clemson. Thank you, Brian seventy. Nine degrees, mostly cloudy, skies at O'Hare. Chicago police are looking for a man for who wanted in attempted kidnapping. Police say he tried to kidnap a. Six year old boy in the Humboldt park neighborhood Friday he was playing basketball and. His front yard and. The twenty seven hundred block of Augusta the boy told authorities the man, opened his front gate and grabbed his shirt his older cousin yelled for their grandmother is. The man escaped he's described as Hispanic one hundred seventy five pounds with a cut on his forehead Dave Schwann, WGN news a man has died after falling off of a jet ski in Lake, Michigan fire officials. Say the man was partying Saturday night when he fell off the. Jetski he was under water for about fifteen minutes when emergency crews pulled him out near the fifty ninth street harbor he was then moved. To the university of Chicago medical center where he later died the Cook County medical examiner's office, says he was identified as fifty two year old James Jefferson officials say he was not wearing lifejacket more any flotation devices, which the fire. Department urged, jetski users. To wear, in a, tweet the death. Toll from wildfire in Greece has been raised by officials to ninety one People twenty five are still missing six days after the blaze swept through coastal area east of. Athens most of the victims died in the fire it self though some drowned in the. Sea while trying to. Escape the flames the blaze started you lie twenty-third and. A center for the research on the epidemic epidemiology of disasters. Database in Brussels shows this as the deadliest wildfire in Europe since one thousand nine. Hundred and in northern. California sheriff says a sixth person has died in a raging wildfire there, which is so Ford which is so far destroyed more than five hundred buildings Shasta county. Sheriff Tomba's Sankoh said earlier today the remains were found within the boundary of the car fire near reading which, is about two hundred thirty miles north of San Francisco he said the victim who, was not identified. Did not evacuate despite receiving an evacuation warning the SANCO says the. Sheriff's department has seven outstanding missing missing persons reports and authorities say a homeless man rescued a woman who had jumped from a bridge near. Downtown Minneapolis university of Minnesota police say the woman jumped from the Washington avenue bridge Around two thirty AM Saturday the Star Tribune says a homeless man camping under the bridge heard the woman fall and leapt into the water to rescue her the woman. Did survive the fall she was taken to. A hospital, for treatment and evaluation Minneapolis firefighters who also answered the call offered. The man shelter, for the night but he declined and returned to the camp the, names of the woman and her rescuer have not yet been released and it's been a comfortable weather pattern for late July but WGN meteorologist, Mark hamernicks says it'll be hotter at this time next, weekend it's going to be nice and comfy out there for the next four. Or five days but once we get past, Thursday and Mike in a little steamy around here Saturday and Sunday look, like we'll be up around ninety degrees hammer Nicole so says. The lack of rain is concerning we've had just one inch. Since July first we've had. Fifteen inches in, may and June your sports traffic and weather next, on WGN Eli's, mom knew she had a. Strong.