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The Scoop on Pomegranate

20 Minute Fitness

04:50 min | 1 year ago

The Scoop on Pomegranate

"Pomegranate juice has become well known for being antioxidant rich and again you can refer to the antioxidant episode. We did a little while back to fully understand the benefits of anti-oxidants. But I will give some information as long. So it's been found to have an abundance of polyphenyls Quercetin and nitrates as well which insurance improved exercise performance and physical strength so polyphenols are phytochemicals with antioxidant properties? That are found in plant food sources. Polyphenyls give the fruits of vibrant colors and they can provide numerous health benefits including reduced inflammation on protection of all cardiovascular system. Gallic acid is one of the polyphenyls that pomegranate has been shown to eight muscle recovery. Quercetin is a naturally occurring bioflavonoids. That's found in a variety of plant food sources and the flavonoids represents a large class of anti-oxidants that are shown to reduce inflammation. They can remove your toxins. Decrease your cellular damage in your body potentially from working out and putting your body on too much stress. A much like Beetroot Ju. To the high levels of Nitrates in pomegranate exercise performance can be increased by the supplementation all pomegranate juice. Those study that was conducted on nineteen athletes who stop to run on a treadmill on. It showed one grounded. Pornogr- on its extract. Thirty minutes before you start doing exercise could significantly enhance your blood flow underlay. The onset fatigue and increase your exercise efficiency. Another study was conducted on elite weightlifters to examine the effects of the juice on muscle recovery and the Olympic weightlifting. Because it's quite an exhaustive training regime. Evening at least increased muscle damage oxidative stress and inflammation and the study looked at nine young men who were elite weightlifters on has have at least three days of training so they were very proficient in sports and they were lifting at least five times a week between ninety to one hundred twenty minutes per session on their obviously in good health. Not taking any other anti-oxidants anti inflammatory drugs. So prior to that sessions they started taking the control group on the group taking these the supplementation of the grant juice and they had a that baseline level was recorded for one. Rep Max of each Olympic Movement. Your snatch you're cleaning jerk on your squats. There was a high blood samples and blood pressure taken as well so the people that has the supplementation with drinking three times. Two hundred and fifty milliliters a day of pomegranate juice and once the study concluded it was found the weightlifter taken the Jews were able to increase work how duration and the amount of weight being lifted there is also indicated that participants experienced foster recovery and less muscle soreness and the most significant improvements for domes. Were in the quadriceps and biceps so again although it was a small sample size any nine people in the previous that he was nineteen people. It does show that these fruits with high levels of nitrates can really help with all muscle performance recovery as well but obviously we do need to hot a biggest study done to completely confirm this pomegranates. Also contains punitive casted on. This is found in the pornographic seed oil. Which is conjugated linoleic acid? Now going to look at. Cla's in more detail next week but there is evidence to suggest that CLA's can aid with fat loss. No give you a quick study. Systematic Review of eighteen studies found that those who supplemented with three point two grams per day of Cla's lost on average. No point one pounds or no point G per week compared to placebo so they lost more taking the supplement than not taking it and punic acid is a member of the family. Serve best slight evidence. That suggests that pomegranate supplementation could also age wave increased fat loss but again very small study. A much more work needs to be done on this. I'm looking at cognitive. Function pomegranate. Also helped with this while another study. That looks at how pomegranate could help meant memory in mid Latian older adults who had Memory complaints found that drinking eight ounces of pomegranates. A day could indeed help improve learning and memory so actual see much like Beetroot pomegranate has a whole host of cognitive and physiological benefits. That may help you. If you'll sporting an athletic performance and recovery however keep saying the studies needs to be law for us to really truly understand the benefits of these foods task groups at eighty nine. Seventeen that no really large. I completely clad These benefits are definite so be exciting to see the research on these food. Groups develop and but it's also exciting to find out that potentially supplementing with these lessening superfoods can do as a world of

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Fresh update on "one hundred twenty minutes" discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

Nerd On! The Podcast

01:17 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "one hundred twenty minutes" discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast

"That i forgot that. I'm i'm still working. A release date was february sixteenth. Two thousand seven in the uk in april twentieth. Two thousand seven. The us run time is one hundred twenty minutes budget. Sixteen million with a gross of eighty point. Seven million dollars. Rotten tomatoes score is ninety one percent from critics on two hundred and four based on two hundred reviews and eighty nine percent audience from two hundred and fifty thousand. Plus ratings is came on four twenty in two thousand seven yeah amazing blaze it up just about to graduate high school hot blaze So now we're down with all the non spoiler rent you spoiler fool west side country village. Yes sanford and Would we talk about our favorite parts. Characters are qualms and then finally we're gonna rate it. How many characters the other than the main two will do to other than the main to greatness. Now what's no three too. But he's fan name the angel or Ami angle angle angle. He can't mentioned. Okay danny. let's all go. i guess part a. My absolute favorite parts is when they're at the play and it goes into the music musical and it breaks. Yeah nick angel. And he's like. I've i've ever been in a theater and a and a show and they do something you're like. Oh.

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Your Favorite EarBuds Episodes

Feedback with EarBuds

02:45 min | 1 year ago

Your Favorite EarBuds Episodes

"We've been sending out this podcast recommendation newsletter for three years now throughout that time we've sent out one hundred fifty six emails one every Sunday Day and we recommended more than seven hundred. Eighty individual podcast episodes. Here are the episodes from within the newsletter that were the most popular among our subscribers measuring this by the links that were clicked. Most here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by me. Monday's episode comes from the Knowledge Project. Worked with Shane Parrish and is called Navarro. Ravi Kant the angel philosopher. It's one hundred twenty minutes long. This episode initially came from our how to improve ourselves list list curated by Jonathan Santiago in this episode Navarro Ravi Kant is the CEO and Co founder of Angel Est.. He's invested in more than one hundred companies including Uber Twitter. Yarmur and many others Tuesday's episode comes from you're wrong about and it's called. Yoko Ono broke up the Beatles. It's forty seven minutes long. This episode initially came from our explore the human psyche theme curated by Kevin Allison in this episode. Mike Tell Sarah about how the myth of meddling wives serves to exonerate. Terrible husbands digression include fifty shades of Grey Marie Antoinette and the end of the nineteen sixties this episode. We're sorry to say contains descriptions of domestic abuse. Wednesday's episode comes from the quote of the day show and is called Brian Doyle. People don't know we appreciate. She ate them unless we show it. It's ten minutes long. This episode initially came from our cultivate and attitude of gratitude. Week curated by Stephen Miller in this episode owed Brian. Doyle makes his debut for Thanksgiving episode. Brian reminds us that we don't need a special day to express our gratitude for the people and things we're thankful for and how important it it is to let the people around us know that we appreciate them Thursday's episode comes from just the beginning and it's called science fiction gets real. It's thirty two minutes. It's long this episode initially came from our object as subject newsletter. curated by Lindsey kilbride in this episode meet creators making work that explores the gap gap between science fiction and reality. Friday's episode comes from love me and is called falling. It's seventeen minutes long. This episode so initially appeared in our happy crying newsletter. curated by Taylor Zabloski in this episode after a whirlwind romance. Brian and Vanessa get married and moved to Kinshasa asa everything is going. Well until she shows up. It's a love triangle between the most unlikely trio plus a mother wrestles with feelings of resentment towards her newborn baby. Maybe those are the podcast recommendations chosen by me for this week's theme. Your favorite ear buds

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"I'm like, what is going on? With is you guys Tsim, one hundred being able to do you know the movie, and it's on IMDB and people finding it wasn't it like the top rated movie for a while or like the top comedy. The day was confusing them. And then you guys made that fucking hot dog stand restaurant became like the most reviewed restaurant in Austin, Texas like the actual best hotdog place in Austin, probably Frank casino out of regard, it. They're gone. Okay. But they only had like eleven hundred reviews also it was like we're stars twenty thousand if I went to a place and there was a hot dog restaurant that had thousands upon thousands of reviews, and it was four point eight or four point nine whatever it was. I would absolutely go to the hot. Yeah. And I think didn't somebody do that. There was a real review in they're going. I went there and I can't find this place. And I don't think it exists. Oh, that's like somebody's afternoon. Whipped him up a hotdog. They just they just didn't find it a great Grace day. day your life. Opens the door to my hey, he wants a high comes with his review, and he won the hotdog he'd been like hell, yeah. One hundred where the buddies rifling through the kitchen. Look at all your weapons and everything to new movie hit colonels nine point five when I'm Debbie okay. I'm how much how much effort would this be to put it on tape to officially sell into the movie on a VHS from the rec- still, you can't have them? You're just moving that long three hour rapes Titanic bitch to tapes it. Okay. That's gonna be really cheap to Gus. We could just cut it off at like a one hundred twenty minutes. And I don't think anybody would watch it. Anyway. Get a VHS Blair and do it. Let's do it. Let's we'll I was going to say digitize which. See the rest of them, analyzed and. Analog it and a Logan. All right. That's it. I'm done cobbler. I wanna go. That's let's finish this wraps up. All right. Thanks watching your buddy with you all up by.

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"All gone. But like I washed vines from years before it was not bad. They hold up. Pretty well. Yeah. We do those lines with Bernie. Yeah. Those are fun. Need to one was fine did one with like rocking chair or something? That was like a scary and your apartment vine. Yeah. I think I watched that like well vine so for the what should like fifteen to twenty times twenty minute when I watch it. And then I wanna watch it over and over again, I'm like good content. If I can only do that. But like for one hundred twenty minutes, speaking of your videos and protein, I have to ask I watched your video that you put out was yesterday about leaving Chicago and all the protein shakes drink. There for three days. Thursday night Friday, Saturday left Sunday morning support as three you had literally fifteen bottles. Yeah. Protein will sixteen but through one of more. Was it the banana cream on purpose is you have. He was sixteen total. I love the fact that you do this because it's like it's just funny to do. But I like to think about the failed attempts like what take those. I mean, most of the time. They're like, I take this one was like take fifty. I like I had some friends trying to the night before had some friends of hotel room to eat white castle. And I was too busy trying to make the response video that by the time it was done. It was like twenty minutes and passes like they're probably already asleep. Making book in your. That means you drink. How many day are doing the shake? There are only twenty five grams of protein each and I like to get at least one gram protein per pound of body weight. Okay. So factor in the rest of my diet per day per day. I fifty pounds. It's one hundred and fifty. Yeah. But then factor in like, I'm going to have some other meals and stuff like that. So I was like I was like I'll I'll do four ish bottles a day. But then like when I like and people are pissed me off because people are like just go down to CVS and by a tub, and I was like that's not funny. Like, I I already have like eight.

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"Do you know you got to mobilize people? Oh, he doesn't kill them. That's true. Any wants to roll him over Sousa choking? He doesn't want Ned to die is true. Okay. I got ya. I got ya. Yeah. See I'm not into these superheroes. So okay, I find it a little hard to suspend disbelief sometimes because like if you look at like the real world, right? Like, I hate to bring it up by half to like nine eleven was like like the worst ever happened. Right. I mean. Yes. Huge buildings collapsing. Yes. And when you look at the devastation destruction of these things coming down like the aftermath is just like awful. And it's like we still commemorate it. Yes. These movies go like beyond what nine eleven was with destruction. But yet it's like, oh, this is one guy's gonna stop at all. Whereas like, they don't even turn to the military's of the world, the combined forces of the world's militaries to stop anything. Right. So it's like, I just don't get like the attraction to movies like this. What am I missing well in civil war? Thank you, Nick. Lease speaking vendors were government property. So they were the military. They fell under the military. Guidelines, and I think the whole the whole idea of civil war is that idea of collateral damage. And I think the thing that you're talking about is exactly something that these heroes have to deal with on a day-to-day basis. It's like, I think there are many discussions and civil war between iron man and captain America about if they're hurting. Yeah. Are they helping are they hurting exactly? And I think Iran man had fallen in line and said, well, if we weren't here the world would be a better place because we actually 'cause a lot of damage, and that's where I go into saying like to save the world we have to destroy the world, right? But captain America said like in rebuttal to that captain America says that if we don't act then our inaction allows these horrible things to happen. Oh boy. That's very like social. Yeah. That's very Dr king ish. Civil war. Was was definitely the one of the pillars of the marvel franchise where? They address that these competing ideologies. They have they have the family members of people that were killed during age of ultra n- walking up to Tony stark and putting a picture of their dead son on his chest. Oh, so they do, you know, maybe I should watch these L. Stop bitching. The result brothers. Do a good job. They do a good job at trying to dress these things they try to pull it into the real world. They try to say that. Hey, real things happen. People die and regular people dying is important, and we can't focus on it. As a movie that's one hundred twenty minutes over the course of these main characters lives over the course of months, but but we will address it in the overarching theme over the phase. So there's like a cognitive dissonance as we're right? I mean, you're you're trying to hold two competing points of view. Let's say that are opposites. But yet they need to live in harmony together. Yes, right. Another words I need to save the world by blowing up the world. So let me ask you. Let me ask you. What is the first of this whole franchise? What's the first movie iron, man? No, is it Iran or is it? No, it's it's kept in America. First avenger. No, I unmanned and kept him pulled out research time. All I'm saying is the very first movie here. I thought I was talking to the people who knew no. But no, the very first movie, whatever that is along with my training..

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Get Up!

"Third place trophy i did like that my number three is a personal he's number one in my heart quite frankly number three list yeah zoo catch i love him and i know we had a bad moment yesterday he also had a goal that i thought genuinely turned things around for me alongside possibly another guy you're gonna see on this list here in a minute they have had moments on this team or keep specifically has looked exhausted as if both legs are just completely gone and then he just is an emotional leader i love him this is the first time i'm in the history of our friendship that i've ever been this proud of you i would argue that he is the while luka modric is their best player and he was the best player at the world cup mario minzu which is what makes croatia tech because of what you just said one hundred twenty minutes he could have five six touches but the one or two touches he has ends back of the net he's a huge heart and soul reason for that well done beats i feel like all the judge of character and by the way viewers at home i didn't see this list before i'm rea number number two is gotta go to the kid and bob a he i got a lot of people very interested in what was going on in this world cup at nineteen years old did not seem phased by any participation one of my favorite after moments has been the twitter exchange between he and pele which has been just fact pele's even on twitter is one of my favorite things in the world but at nineteen years old he's we're gonna see a lot more than i'm excited about it and one that's okay with the pressure member the first game they had he announced that his game checks will go to charity yes he thinks it's an honor privilege to where the french jersey nineteen years of age i think when messy rinaldo retire i think you're looking at the next megastar more so than name on really more so than team they play professionally yeah i'm not sure i would hold onto that i think killing bobby said he has devoted he says he's in paris at least for the time being so he's not going anywhere yet yeah that's right i read sucker blogs no word on blogs what they mean it'd be luca motor it's luka modric the man with the headband tiny little guy out there but he is their leader by far along with man's kitsch i'm glad you're okay with one the golden ball which is what just the best player at the world cup that means something on the losing team in wins the best players that a normal thing yes it's not it's not abnormal which i respect right you know we don't have to win the tournament and quite honestly croatia's not the final they're not on this run if they don't have luca mortgage when you look at his run with rail madrid they've won three champions league titles in a row yet everyone talks about rinaldo i get that the goal scores he's the engine of the team real madrid he's the engine of croatia my only argument lists optimize where's paul paul i know there's only five when you have taken you would've taken canes that in my top on the list in my world where would you put in i think paul would've gone at probably four debris man's uca's maybe five and i would put paul we're not moving men's that's a good point if anything he's the leader in my heart i feel good it's my number seventeen in your wpro only watched for three well done okay and you didn't pull hamstrings standing in this not yeah we're not done right back to carini well done special.

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"Pure in the summer yep i've seen that with the human product which is obviously a pure d yet php i think they're seeing about twenty to thirty percent reduction in glucose do you see how or in the rec mic it tends to be the case yeah tends to be the case especially with butane dial you see it and maybe it's a reduction in the liver that's what honoring bunin grabber thought but it's pretty remarkable and we compare so i have some products in my bag i'll give you have been doing a lot of work with diesel tes so i've been consuming desalting pretty high levels that bring my kito levels up pretty close to an ester so you can formulate sort of in uses how high if the allegation my key tones gets more than three miller i start feeling a little bit weird which is interesting experienced naturally occurring heat homes at much higher than that level yeah but i don't actually i'm pretty good kitone burner so you you could do a glucose tolerance test i do kitone tolerance tests kito intolerance test is consuming a known amount of key tones and looking at that pharmacokinetic curve so you measure so you'll do fasting level of glucose insulin fatty acid ingest your key tone and then measure at thirty sixty ninety one hundred twenty minutes and athletes have challenged them with a kitone tolerance tests i'm creating a new test here they actually dispose of key tones and utilize it remarkably effect when you take a couch potato and this the same as the couch potato rats you could push a couch potato radicchio acidosis if they're older they're tissues are effectively utilizing the keystones for fuel and i've seen that in some individuals and some people get hundreds of emails and people show me there data and one packet of even a commercial kitone product on the market can shoot some people up till like five or six which is like that and just clear in the kitone tolerance test which by the way i freaking love this idea how have you not told me that until today holding out on your best materialized in my brain what am i going to call it next time one of these is just pick up the phone you know my number you call me and you tell me this stuff this is your it's like you're holding out on i wanna make sure understand something is this independent whether or not that athlete was in ketosis before or after another words how much of that utilization is a function of the metabolic machinery in the muscle utilize kitone verses hey athletes are just better at oxidation to begin with fatted apted athletes are very good kitone tony irs and have a hard time elevating their kitone levels with kita jank diet if you take car bath leat who's still fit as a fiddle yep you do this test yet how do they behave as well and i do think that highperforming athletes probably are bouncing in inadequate hostess right you have post exercise kito sa's just from the energy depletion that you get doing exercise so their bodies are probably used to seeing key tones using them as fuel but if you take someone who's a real kito dapper fat burning like tone machine and you you hit them with high doses of kitone they tend to dispose of them very very quickly so they've up regulated kitone transport across membranes across the blood brain barrier through the mcat transporters which are up regulated we end this of course is not the same mcat that we talked either monocarboxylate gasset transporters also transport things like lactate in peru end because the mcat transporters are much higher more dense in the membrane.

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"And i think you're right i think in the second half they got back do we hold onto what we've got we keep it and allow croatia to get some the mental and let you just said the desire but also the quality to keep the bull move and keep asking questions i thought it was excellent crush to the team croatia will face in sunday's final france from the eye test they look like the best team in this they should be a favourite dominant in the run through the tournament despite a very difficult path so far francis taken down heavyweights belgium who i thought was like the second best team argentina uruguay e does croatia have any shot against france and again just i test they do everything well yeah i mean like to say this the croatia certainly do have a chance the proved me wrong today i thought they were actually going to go out with the tuna minute the semi final stage against this england say that we're very good throughout the tournament and we're getting better fronts go better and better and better as the tournament's gone on they seem to be hitting top form a mentioned yesterday there still more to come from this french site so my favorite still sticks with fronts but croatia the one thing i do worry about is again the extra overtime three overtimes in a real it's not good for francois team that love sitting back invites in pressure on an embrace on the counter attack with the pace of lots of mvp in libya drew can hold up and grease men cry she liked to have the bill so also suits gracia to have the bill to cape it to try and pin them back white for the opportunities dominate i'm happy to have the bull croatia imposter and white for an opportunity so it's not going to be as wide open as maybe france wanted to be because croatia very good when lose the booth i fun back my difficult they all would seem that dominate position crush and they were francois happy turn of white for you to lose it and then then choi one thing today's performance the england f it just gone for that little bit more the was cianci's del for england to energy they didn't have i think that was so tied mentally fatigued right another chapter score in the penalties winning i just think there was mentally hurry cry kind look mentally physically and mentally without ankara's fronts will have that though france will have fresh leg the energy and they will take their chances against don't worry about you keep saying the three extra times are going to hurt gracia why wouldn't i argue the other that it's going to help them in terms of confidence there is no point will they ever question can we win this game no matter what they have faced every obstacle the second smallest country to ever make it to the finals i think their confidence has to be through the roof i just don't see fatigue being an issue it's a great point because i actually thought today they would struggle with the fitness if you remember i mentioned it yesterday i thought they would struggle going into extra time yet again but they got stronger in overtime an extra time it was incredible to me to watch this energy this burst of energy then get their goal and they celebrated with a real passion and now all of a sudden you go into a final game maybe that confidence did come to them in extra time you got into the gym for the first week and used to an hour yeah then the next time you go you do ninety minutes and then you do too they've got stronger you know you said they've worked out of non two minutes at the beginning then i've gone to one hundred twenty minutes so they are actually gaining mental fitness in time this will sound crazy but brazil you had such daunting temperatures and humidity the travel for the world cup was overwhelming cooler temperatures we've seen more scoring in this world cup we've seen extra sessions we've seen teams pick up energy this sounds crazy but the environment the weather yes i thought brazil war fans out you were there i thought it worked teams out it wore players out this the energy of this world cup stands pitch has been remarkable croatia look stronger today than two weeks ago elements.

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

Puty's World Cup Podcast

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Puty's World Cup Podcast

"Tend to agree he should've had the over in this game and i was going insane yeah everytime has the ball was a two and a half it was too so i pushed it but i did have the my bed of the tournament was i think sixteen to one i had hair mcguire anytime goal that was the best and i fell asleep during this game and i woke up and it was nothing and i was like oh and you're already rich and i was like shit that was harry maguire scored so that was semi attacks yeah those best better the turnament so this game hold a special place in my heart even those born it was it was not a great game sweden did not as soon as england got the goal you know sweden needed push forward if it's that's not their game it was tough for them before we finish up i have a question for you yeah i wanna do a little time capsule i listened to my my my friend ryan russillo podcasts he had not to plug other podcasts he had tiller twelve on i obviously a soccer fan i started being a soccer fan in two thousand fourteen diehard soccer fan for four years how piss reu until twelve was left off the rostrum two thousand six didn't know that story not as pissed as when it was lost off in twenty fourteen interesting okay so twelve good player he definitely should have been on the team royal but you know whether he is the the the dynamic player and the sort of the you know experienced talisman that landon would have been obviously hindsight is twenty twenty so in these are all like like i didn't realize the politics that comes into picking world cup team well yeah i mean look land in clinton obviously didn't get along then you go back to what was it the ninety eight or two thousand to ninety eight with you did with the rug all the he asked or the bryant harksen or know who knows all the who fucked whose wife allegedly harks had relations with all this wife was the story yeah yeah and so that just the team was awful and you know that clearly had impact on it in there's always politics always politics going into these things it just like you know high school basketball team who's who's on the team who starts and everything it's who's the coach like who's the coach out like you know that that's that's always a big thing there's it happens with every team to like morrow cardi was left off of argentina there's a lot of rumors about why he wasn't team when he's one of the best informed players they had yeah that's always a big question with with these teams the yeah so that's a good question okay answer okay and then i had one more question fuck oh yeah who's gonna win it who's doing it all i'm in belgium i think i'm on general eligible england golden generation coming through we'll we'll see if you lose a injuries could be a big thing red cards could be a big thing if croatia comes through and they play another one hundred twenty minutes and go through another shootout the fact that their legs are going to be dead it'd be a big thing so there's a lot of there's a lot of things to watch for but yeah belgium is belgium looks good so does france whoever i'm definitely gonna lean whoever comes out of that game that's going to be a great game group just two teams inform scoring goals potential for defensive catastrophes i mean the this game is gonna be awesome i'm excited for that the euro cup finals well just going to be euro cup finals regardless yeah they donated yet i'm okay cool said yep thanks dan thanks for coming on in stick around the semi finals preview coming up.

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Get Up!

"Decide a game of this magnitude where do you fall in that discussion i think it satisfying the sense that it's a game in which goals are the premium spent ninety minutes one hundred twenty minutes you don't get goals so i liked the idea that at the end we're going to reward you with goals i agree with you that it's not necessarily the real representative way to show who was better but frankly i don't know the alternative what are you gonna play forever start taking guys off the field i mean one of the ways you can do it is all of a sudden just play more minutes and play with one less player or play with two how much running they do even worse that whenever you want you go much faster because there's still playing the game here's the argument i've always had against the nfl excuse me the college football overtime rule which i do i actually do hate that we're going to put the ball on the twenty five yard line and we're just going to see what happens so we're no longer playing the game that we've been playing a game they are in newborn occasionally part of the game yeah but they they're like very much a decisive shooting is a key part goalie goalies a good goalie is a big deal to give the wings denmark game here were stops from both it was compelling and the russia spain you and the other day the same thing we experts feels like i don't know people yell at me on twitter and call me an idiot day about soccer so i feel like i'm an expert expert i have a favorite athlete favorite player of all time right the second get sued valley to live celebration is now over in russia for the world cup took it to saturday's emmy and it was a huge upset russia spain so maybe he was the good luck charm i'm not sure not going against them i watched a lot of that game was at that game i didn't see i think he's there this week i think he's isn't a cup show off this weekend as he was there he was there on saturday there's a fan fest on saturday which they're showing off the cup i got it i will tell you that celebration because that was my wife's first championship win in her sports lights and i didn't realize what it was like to watch it through the eyes of like the person closest to that celebration made me love lovie so much crosby guy that made me love ovechkin he's he's tremendous why across banks long story you the strangest calculation of very they're gonna play win a whole bunch of games next year and now they're favored in a game that will never even take will explain someone explained to me how you work for the orioles and the celtics and the redskins there they go against the top to the curry show splash brothers goes nothing nice flashy does fish clashing thurs.

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Only 23 Percent of Americans Meet National Exercise Guidelines

Dr. Daliah

03:49 min | 3 years ago

Only 23 Percent of Americans Meet National Exercise Guidelines

"Seventy ocd a l i big things the genesis communications network from making the show happen thanks jason who was working the dial jason is really cuddly guys gotta be jason he's so sweet and vic thanks you all for tuning in we've jason pick up dam today and big thanks for tuning in we've really appreciate it please don't forget to follow us on twitter and on facebook the doctor dolly show so the cdc is ripping us a new one same we're not getting enough vegetables and last week report from the cdc says we're not getting enough exercise either so basically we suck that's what the cdc is telling us and we need that we need the government telling us that we saw we we do i think it's very motivational don't you think so the broad says that only twenty three percent of americans are meeting the federal standards set in two thousand eight for time spent exercising now ten years ago the department of health and human services publish national and statewide exercise guidelines their goal was that twenty point one percent of adults actively following the guidelines by the year twenty twenty nationally between two thousand ten two thousand fifteen twenty two point nine percent adults met that goal but they said subsisted vary by state very by work status sex gender etc so so there's an ashley eighteen point seven percent of women and twenty seven point two percent of men hit the target goal mississippi held the lowest percentage mississippi always seems to be at the bottom of the list when it comes to health type stuff really feel bad for mississippi i've never been there and i i think my plane is traveled through jackson mississippi but i you know i've never been there and i'd like to i mean i'm sure it's a beautiful state and there's lots of reasons to go outside is beautiful not sure what's going on over there but had the lowest percentage of thirteen point five percents but the top state was colorado at thirty two point five percent okay well colorado you got the rockies guy bean yeah i could see that colorado's nice cool crisp crispin green and beautiful state anyway states folly wall between the national average were concentrated the southeast most western states ranks above average or you think california would be a biggie because they got all the water you know so the hhs guidelines advise adults age eighteen to sixty four should participate in some type of muscle strengthening activity at least twice a week paired with moderate aerobic exercise for one hundred fifty minutes a week or seventy five minutes per week if you are vigorously working out now i think that is a huge under estimation i just think that's that's too small so i work out and not very vigorously okay i until i find a sports bra that does the job i mean i gotta keep the vigor at a minimum otherwise not the cats you know off the treadmill but i do probably an average of about one hundred twenty minutes a day and so that is a day so one hundred fifty minutes per week and one hundred twenty minutes day my is you guys are see my but it's i mean you know they had to give me an extra extra large jason has ordered be an extra wide chair for the studio and he heads don't just do the one hundred fifty minutes per week but to think that twenty three percent are getting that and that's.

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on First Things First

"Now in the finals the support class has played work but i i want to bring up one guy who i do i blame him and i blame the coach for playing him can we show this jordan clarkson highlight for a moment please here's jordan clarkson ingar you mean video because we can't be a highlight here's why it's relevant jordan clarkson in garbage time yesterday watch this so why why are we showing this nothing play jordan clarkson passes to get the layup why would we show that on television that was jordan clarkson i assist since the toronto series the toronto series since then he's played almost one hundred twenty minutes he's taking fifty seven shots i don't even think that's an assist but they gave they gave him an assist on that play i mean you talking about stat stuff for the toronto series jordan clarkson tom habash pointed this out played nearly one hundred twenty minutes he's taking fifty six shots he now has one assist i he has for the playoffs the third i true shooting percentage of any player in playoff history wow why he is still there i guy or second guy off the bench is a move i think tie lose an underrated coach but this is an inexplicable move win the bronze plying the whole game if your point guard goes out you don't have to another point guard in and if you need the wing player that's where i would give rodney hood at shot that's where i would give my guy jetty osman a shot i would dust off jose calderon before i would play jordan clarkson another minute he's been awful well i'd love to know who you guys think we'd like to see not that there's a bevy of options but who you'd like to see either have more of a role less of a role obviously besides jordan there is no more or less a role for any of the players to bro players will play better at home lebron will play a great game there is no mystery played one hundred basketball games there is no there's no bus coming we've got coast forgotten come like they know calvary come into save you like these are the players you have and you can't just make up stuff it's not.

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"But when the data came in it turned out that we had cut down on average just six minutes from one hundred twenty minutes day on our phones to one hundred and fourteen yeah amazing that you you got so many people involved and then looks at the data and turned out the people just saved six minutes a day like like deflating right i mean after all this effort people are only saving six minutes a day which tells us something about ourselves yeah i mean well first of all it tells me that i have been trained to expect next return right right tino we expecting huge numbers and i thought six minutes was nothing but when i went back to the scientists and researchers who were advising me on this they i'm not joking they laughed in my face they were like who says six minutes isn't significant and frankly like you know the fact that you got people to change their behavior at all over a week is extraordinary and listen to the stories because the stories will tell you so much more than any data can and that's what people told me they told me stories about how they realize they used to relax by playing their guitar and they suddenly understood that they they hadn't played it in years or things bigger than that that people had sat down thought about what the family dynamics were and get to a better place in their relationship there were all these amazing stories that people told us and i thought you know what you're right.

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"Physiologically there's a slight difference between that's why i was really careful you're gonna physiologically there's like the the science mind that well i think it's pretty complicated but there's more quarters all in anxiousness than there is excitement and so cortisol is like the stress response hormone can so so the end there's there's some agitation that comes with that making it probably too simple right but there is a slight physiological difference and i'm fascinated by how people are able to manage the unknown how many people come to your shows thousands tens of thousands and so now you don't know what's going to happen do you know your set that you're gonna play is that structured or is there some intuitive vibe feel that you are unfolding as it goes it varies on very big large scale produce shows let's use coachella as example because everybody knows this festival it's very well thought out excite put time in energy into this eighty percent of its planned twenty percent of it is still like i can call the audible sorry for the sports analogy but throw things in in change things up and move things around and everyone i work with hates that but once again that goes to the heart of why started becoming a performer in this lane because you can change things up i am on the fly up there's me it's not like it's an entire ban and i have to turn it and be like no scrap it the set list is welcome on a change in play this i don't i answered a one person myself so if i want to say like cool this isn't working i need to flip it out or i feel like this is a different direction to go i can't do that so in clubs scenarios i don't i know the first song i'm gonna play in then i kinda just wing it i've got one hundred twenty minutes in front of me hundred ninety minutes whatever however long the said is two to three hours is typical in festival sets i would say about fifty percent of it is done where it's like cool the front is figured out in the end is figured out in between is not figured out i'm like me doing my own thing i love this your i thought for a long time that i was a little.

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"Stranger it was definitely weird at pax east having people stopped me and say hey jan like and just wanted to stop and chat it was definitely it injust ment someone also deemed me a picture of me standing in a field staring at the sky that part just a little weird don't do that no no i like getting lunch and then i was just staring at the sky with the snow falling and then someone deemed me a picture oh they they literally took the picture of you that's definitely kind of strange just a little weird yes feel free say hello totally again yeah if you're listening guy from west week i'd since i felt terrible about that all right we want to get into this pete from melbourne no nailed emailed in some pretty lengthy thoughts about super mario odyssey okay i'm not sure that i'm equipped to discuss that game right now but let's go he doesn't like it i'll warn you that's fine but if you feel like it's pretty well reasoned all right it's long is because you can see my nipples that's why actually way you pretty much ended up moving is argument that the game feels very disjointed from world world because i feel like that's the argument i've seen lately it's a little more mechanical than that guy but hell it's look at it couple of weeks ago i'm interested borrow a switch and a copy of more mario odyssey after all the positive coverage i was excited for context i grew up with maurya sixty four these severe disappointment of sunshine and then the return to form with galaxy in my twenties odyssey like galaxy seemed like a genuine effort at something new and interesting anyway one hundred twenty minutes later i ending done i was left kind of shocked it's a badly put together game i know subjectivity people had fun with it how can i argue well here's a couple of points people complain about meaningless filler missions and games all the time missions which use up time and progress things incrementally without being either challenging or fun if you want to progress an odyssey it's natural to complete the moons which are most obvious and i found that i got to.

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Filmhaus

Filmhaus

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on Filmhaus

"To the minute i think i think it's almost exactly two hundred minutes i think okay okay of yeah i think i think we've released i don't know maybe one hundred twenty minutes i was not an zone yeah and that was never a goal you never sat down and said i wanna release two hundred minutes of stuff you just remind me again but the initial goal is you just wanted make cool things and kind of saw in kind of see what stock right yeah i mean you know the the one one sort of measurements yardstick that you can use as a dollar per minute ratio so you you obviously you have to know how many dollars you have to make the stuff that you want to make and then if you kinda roughly stick to your dollar permanent ratio it means that you know roughly how many minutes you'll make so we sort of roughly stick to them because for our viewers that that are familiar with oats it's a short films or would you consider short film studio for now for now and you're kind of working outside the traditional studio system so you plea indepen gently financed or you were and now you're looking to start a kickstarter yeah yeah i think i mean the summary if i try to explain what it is there's there's me inside of hollywood and traditional filmmaking which is still obviously very appealing and very much slow part of my life so if you put that over to the side and it's just you know over there then i think of this project entirely separately any entirely differently it's it's a case of the there's there's a there's a sort of there's the thing that happens in filmmaking where you build up a team and then you make the film and then you you you get everyone and then you sort of destroy it and and everyone is is fractured and shot apart and they go back to freelance work and they work on other films and some other teams created and one part of this equation was like what if all of the people that we all like working together with kind of stay together under one roof and it i almost started thinking of it.

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on The Filmcast

"But they all appear later on a slip so let's get to our number eight davinder a harder or what's your number eight movie of 2017 my number eight is lugan james mann gold says a second wolverine movie i think this movie is just fantastic it it reinvents how you tell us superhero movie um it is very much a western is like so many of a man goltz films uh and you know i think brings these characters the point where we've never seen him before and kind of finalizes some of these stories between uh a lot of characters we see onscreen in the actress portraying them ah i think it does a lot of cool things at the same time it's also a kick ass action movie and one with such an emotional core that i cannot watch this movie without being a bawling amass by the end they i think they have the final frame or the final shot at this movie is probably the thing that made me cry the most ouhe in the theater this year because it is it's so it is so hunting it's a beautiful in for now if you're like me and the xmen mean a lot to you i think it'll really hit you hard too yeah i love logan are a number eight uh for me was also logan sent a yeah i loved this movie i remember a hearing james mangled talk about it on jeff goldsmiths qna podcast which is i mean g this movie and the press tour route it has basically been an excuse for james mangold to weigh in against modern superhero filmmaking he has gone off on it and said it's terrible you know it's something he said was like the avengers you know those ten characters the movie is one hundred twenty minutes long so that means like each character gets you know 12 minutes of of character development that assuming no action scenes rates of energy cut that in half for action seize your each character gets like five like he'll do the math and say basically modern superhero movie suck that's kind of his whole mentality is and i think he faces feels a little resentful after the wolverine the last yell will remove me he made which i think got really messy towards the end even though i love that movie to just not as much as this.

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"Like he has zero desire to be a superhero at all but he's also like a fan boy so he's totally fascinated by batman and bat man's treats him a little bit like a like an annoying like nephew yet yip nipping at his heels and akwa man is cool like acclimating takes the peace at a batman right 'cause akwa man is just fuck and cool mom man it's one hundred twenty minutes by the way it yet shaved a half hour up however still guys yet still better than i thought it would be yeah because batman superman was way to fucking long the new solid movies two hours and twenty minutes but that's fine and stuff and i my favorite movie of batman vc favorite moment of batman v superman was sitting in the cheap north hollywood theater with a relaxing seats and the five six year old girl next to me well batman was making some speech and it was really it is supposed to be an intense moment just goes and i was like yep yep little girl that's how i'm feeling is the thing this movie was just fun also it was just it was it was genuinely fun you know what i'm like with with a lot of these movie i wanna see him it's fun and honestly it's been coping a lot of crap i think maybe the reason i liked it was just wedin i like yeah i mean he's so maybe hardly ever not funny scientists thing but they did a great job of introducing the flashy supposed to have a spinoff film other now they're talking about the is even though this film apparently cost three hundred million and they think it's going to make three hundred million this week like a globally or eventually air it's considered a flop already concerned was in third or fourth lowest opening and it didn't even make the top thirty openings of all time on anyway i didn't mind i thought it was funny ben affleck still a coup bettman because he's just he's all tied in morning weary and he drinks whisky and he he looks sad every time i see him no not that he maybe he should be.

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Could be the next majors everyone thinks that they have the next matrix when they can't understand it but what you forget realizes the matrix made total sense was cool idea is very simple storyteller yes you know with a cool idea the rare those ever like wait so the baby and what in the book like it's like it's you can describe the matrix says matrix one yes oh may two and three once we get to the rave i genuinely don't know what happens at the tests screening of a movie like this like did they test it and that's that's when they went from one hundred twenty minutes to 88 so this other notes of the common cars they were getting backward like too easy to follow makes too much sense would renew the frame of this to make said no i show her reloading more and also shooting a gun like she throwing dumb this is the you're not throwing the bullets out of the gun this is another little thing here that i felt was interesting the film creates a fictional asian race that speaks a fictional language called tho landi which is just vietnamese it's a fictional language that is only the actual language vietnamese which which people speaking there may be the well okay but that to me is shitty is thing of all the yet the fictional language i would like a movie i wanna prequel movie that is just the blood xinhua await there's one thing i just remembered yeah is there this is does she have inner dialogue just once in the entire movie the end as well okay halfway through a movies ever at the end too right 'cause when she drops off the can them all she's like wait what am i too would be like i did her mouth who for having a stroke on this her comeback by.

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"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"one hundred twenty minutes" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I think that in order to forget or to set aside a piece of history that is as lodges india's involvement and world war two that had to be a couple of reasons and i think britain and india both had separate reasons for doing so in the decade since world war two britain has cherished this image off itself as the brave little island that stood up alone to global fascism and that's the image the kind of beams out of a movie like done dunkirk and what that image does is that it deems the prior history of britain it's been an inconvenient fact that as they fought fascism in the name of freedom britain was itself dominating hundreds of societies around the world and in india when we think about those yours particularly than early 1940s what we wanted to think about as a country that is a unified in fighting against the british empire because that was the peak of india's freedom movement so we want to think of in india that was unified in fighting against the british empire and it's difficult to remember that so many indians especially the army were fighting for the british empire at exactly the same time so these are really important details for indians and indian moviegoers what do you say to people who say it's just a movie and can't be expected to teach history i i think film directors would say we've only got one hundred twenty minutes we can't be expected provide the audience with every historical detail.

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