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Porter scores 50, Rockets stun Bucks after Giannis exits
"The buckshot at the number one seed in the east continues to fade after a one forty three one thirty six loss to the NBA worst rockets Kevin Porter junior torch Milwaukee for fifty points and Houston took control by outscoring the box thirty nine twenty five in the third quarter Porter says he knew early that he could have a big night after seeing that dirt three one Donna I knew it was gonna be a special night it was all up to me what I just kept being aggressive Chris Middleton had a team high thirty three points for the bucs who played all but one minute without forward Yanis intend to Cooper because of a sprained ankle the two time reigning MVP will be re evaluated on Friday the bucs lost drops and forty half games behind the nets I'm Dave Ferrie
Fresh update on "one minutes" discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
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The Mysterious Case of the Missing Salmon
"Curious incident of the missing. Seven is the kind of case that comes across your desk once in a blue moon. Hundreds innocent fish healthy one minute then spell of rain band gone for twenty years. They've been trying to crack the case but the trail went cold. And if it wasn't for that amateur detective that waltzed into my office that morning might have never found the killer com in mining detective. No that's not tech death. Nope that's not is either good morning. Detective sorry detective. Mindy -tective guy bras. Have you had a chance to look at the morning paper yet. Seen this scene what right here. Local pigeon becomes first bird to complete ironman triathlon extent. Sorry sorry mysterious. Salmon killer strikes again go for almost twenty years mysterious and elusive killer has stock the salmon near puget sound after an ambitious project reintroduced coho salmon to the region up to ninety percent of died off in some of the creeks and streams in the area. Huge it sound. you say that's in washington state. Isn't it detective right. You are detective mindy. It says that these mysterious die-offs occurred directly after it rains right in seattle. I've heard it all.
Nashville Officer Fatally Shoots Man Armed With Two Butcher Knives
"Authorities in Nashville, Tennessee, are investigating a fatal police shooting. During a traffic stop overnight. Chazz Sisk of member station W. PLN reports. Body camera footage shows a one minute encounter in which a man emerges from a car that's been pulled over on a busy corridor. Within seconds. The officer pulls his pistol and orders the band to drop a kitchen knife. After briefly running away, the man turns toward the officer who fires three shots. Nashville police Chief John Drake alluded to the scrutiny being paid to such incidents. When I got the call this morning, I had mixed emotions, especially with all that. Went on around the nation and in this city to say, and even before the shooting activists have been planning demonstrations in Nashville today. They're spurred by the killings of a community activist in a three year old girl in the same area earlier this month. Those did not involve police officers for NPR news. I'm Chazz Sisk
"one minutes" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Dollars off okay. It's so sweet and it's so not your regular gift. It's it's so personal without having to you know. Put together the personal information. You're saying i'm curious. I'm interested in your life. It's your it's your turn to speak. I've been telling you about my life. You know as as your kid you've been watching me grow. What was it like when you were doing that. speaking of people hiding big secrets. Britain's prince andrew is being offered close to seven million dollars to come to the us and take a public polygraph test about his relationship with the late pedophile. Jeffrey epstein. Do that while you would do it if you were innocent. But no you wouldn't be no first of all the guy who invented the polygraph test finds it to be a joke that people are using it for real. It's not it's not real. I know that you can register it like it. It can come out accurate but a lot of times. It doesn't and a lot of times. People who need to get away with things are very good at polygraph tests. It's not a good indication. And i wouldn't want to be put under that. Go fuck yourself. i'm gonna come out and get put on a polygraph. My is prince andrew's and you want to know about some dead guys relationship to me years after year two. After so that. I can clear my name is doing just fine. It's not doing fine though. It's not doing fine. What's happening to it. I think i could still live my life right andrews. Yeah can improve your prince. Andrew for the record. Didn't let me take this off my name here. I thought it'd be funnier to be prince. Andrew's i'm andrew right. I'm prince andrew's and i could do justify why wouldn't do it okay. Yeah offered a five million dollar pounds and pounds almost seven million dollars in the. Us money's he wanted this person. Ian halperin wants the quiz andrew about claims that virginia guthrie has made saying that she was seventeen brought from the us to britain to have sex with prince in two thousand one. Yeah now there's like. That's the story about me. Because i did take the test and now that rises like no. I'm not doing that. What did he do that does he. Need five million pounds. I have to assume not. I would think all these you know. All these people are doing just fine. So what's my motivation. I guess it's just weird. Like i don't know because i just wouldn't say no could be manipulated something like if somebody asked me i'd be thinking about like seven million dollars can do it. But of course he's not gonna do it because he did do it. I don't know if i didn't do. I still wouldn't want to do it. I don't have to tell you about that. That's crazy wander. While he's not going to it you know he's like there's a pandemic you know a ninety nine year old dad died. I'm having a time right now. I can't see. I wouldn't i wouldn't say anything like that. It'd be like oh maybe fuck off right. Well he's also. I mean you might as well try because he says a lot of stupid shit. You know this woman said i remember. He's sweating all over me and he goes. Actually i have a disease. I can't sweat. And i can't believe we're doing this. Here's pictures sweating. What the phone. Okay mine your side now so try to trick him one. You sure yeah. Send him a story worth thing but like insert one of your own questions in to get like you know you're into sex trafficking now that you've heard about state lines and you're doing country lines why he have to take that picture with the girl. Why don't they always have to take a picture with the girl. Something epsteins doing so. He has something over on you. Why are you doing it. What's funny to look at later. I don't know who sober but i doubt anyone. I also think lake. You just flew ten island where you get to do whatever you want. You are way above. What's normal right now. And you're forgetting what normal is right. I heard a double. I heard for people not to talk about. Prince andrew's that they killed off prince. Philip's so who knows they'll do anything this royal family. It's too much all right anyway. That's that's my thoughts on literally everything right. Have a good weekend and thanks for spreading the word. Be sure to share this show. That's what keeps us going. And we appreciate it dot com..
"one minutes" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"How's this work comes when you did it with zor again. This is just a wrangle moms. But you did was well at first time doing by myself. Because i was just you could just do it and then i thought like oh. I brought it up with cirque season. He's like yeah. I would do that too and to me. It's like a telling each other the story of each other's life and also feel like you could leave it behind eventually. I wanna post it. You could post it. You could add pictures and things like that and what they do. Is you pick the frequency and they send you a question. I picked a every week. And when i don't have time every week i picked every other week. You a question and you just answer like what was your first job. was What were you good at in school. Like regular questions. That i think like even if your mom i guess for for this. Even if she's not like a person who types and who does the story. I imagine being on the phone going on. What was your first job like and typing away and then a few weeks in you have a book about your mom and you can put Pictures and they just let you drop it right in there so all of a sudden and you could you could press a button. You get a bound and it's a real book so whether you're doing it and exchanging it with someone or like giving it to someone for them to do i know that Our parents didn't really like parents tend to end up sharing the same three stories that you kind of know right so this is like hey what about this other thing that happened and all of a sudden you know when you ask people personal questions like that. That are light on the. It's not like a who'd you kill. I why are you. Why are you going to computer. That's one minute at a time like it's very scary. You're you're doing things like oh what was high school like. And if that's not a good question What was your first job. Did you ever have a pet things that lake and the other person answers because the feels it's weird if feel like i think my dad would answer those things as opposed to talking to me that if we were talking. He's like well. That's a third party in this. And i i'm i'm responsible to answer this but if they're just asking well Hide secrets right. There's like a little less emotion happening in a little more. Just straight the story. Yes and by the time. I'm done with this. I'm going to have an autobiography. Yeah after one year story worth will complete all the stories including photos a beautiful keep saying Keepsake book that's shipped to you for free. Okay so give.
"one minutes" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"But it just makes your heart dropped for a second knowing that you'd anyone could cheat on anybody in a you. Could you could think you're tracking your spouse. You could think like You know exactly where that person is. You can be as paranoid as you want. But you're going to get those days are over. I don't think people know that because everything's connected and all of a sudden on her new brand. New tv is going to be all the text messages popping up screen saver. That's the same connected. That's the thing. Even more a reason you will net. That's another reason to go to a whole 'nother computer another place. I forgot about that. Yeah i remember that happening on my tv. We're just just regular pictures. I had my phone started popping up on the tv at a party. And i'm like with. This could have been anything never mind. Some shady could have been somebody naked. Could you know. Yeah yeah i mean. Please let us know on ready. Or wherever like do you see another thing. That could be happening here again. This is like a a rectangular room and imagine as you're standing on line the long way it this person on the computer. I'm going to say about six feet. Because she could still be there and you're just you could just see the screen To be like. Hey how's it going. Which working on retentive no never. Okay no because. I think you're a killer like you're doing something fucked up like because my first idea is you're a spy so i'm just gonna be quiet but i think this other one is a little more reasonable but i think i think you're also right that you could be caught because you know you could be in the background of the picture that somebody else is taking and you could be. I don't know you're somebody might ask you but you're like i wonder if you changed neighborhoods now that i think about it. Is this down the block from you. Oh how about if your partner decides surprise this time when you're buying my coffee i'm already here and i bought the coffee but i walked by and i saw you on the computer because the whole window. The whole door is a window. I don't know. I don't know that when you catch. Can you come down enough to play games with them. You've been in this you stop into that mailboxes for something. Especially if it's out of the way. And i don't think i've been you ever been here a just ten questions. Make shit or fucking pants. Still stressful i. I would not be good at this. I don't think it's thought because you're so you're so angry and upset and you're losing your shit and you have to say somebody can just get away and come down and be like okay. Let me deal with this. Now let me come with therapist. He's gonna say it's unhealthy off the hang up but let me just relax and then we start dancing man. Yeah what if you see someone you recognize as soon as you look up from that computer you're gonna look fucked up right. What are you doing on a computer by the minute. What are you ever doing it. Fully grown adult definitely a budget at least for clothing. You know like the the people that that's not a regular lagging that is liking that. Oh my goodness look. You've got to keep things romantic relationship. And i'll tell you something that has done story worth story w. o. Rta story worth and the angle. They're doing right now for what i'm about to tell you about is for mother's day kinda did this with zirk six. Let me explain. If there's ever been a year to make the moms in your life feel loved and appreciate on.
"one minutes" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"It's so easy you go to this app and you go. There's the time there's date goodbye. Set it in. Forget it and i get to talk openly and who knows like sometimes. Oh my therapist now. Thanks seem like you're good. You're taking good care of yourself like he's you know sort of noting that i'm adjusting and stuff like that and he goes. I think if you're ready we can go into child to trauma now. And i'm like okay. Okay definitely tears did you ever did you bring up. Something that led to childhood trauma. Just everybody like that's the thing i don't know it. I think i think it's probably always a thing. But he. he did draw from stuff that i had mentioned. You know i. I don't talk to my parents. I'm sure that's you know that happened somehow in my childhood but It and and he has. He had me talk about my childhood. Like what are members if you had to say maybe. This is a trauma. 'cause we don't always know how to how to decide that that's trauma you know but just like oh. My god do stabbing in this happened. Who's like mo kate looks like. We can go into childhood trauma you got to the next level. Yeah exactly so. Get to the next level better. Help dot com slash k. a. T. g. d. Have you told them about the pandemic like not does not. Can you imagine therapist didn't know about the but you're like everybody's walking around like it's a party have you that he does see me in my tent outside of so he. He's he takes that as an adjustment. He's like you're adjusting. Well you you put this thing in your backyard to have more space than to have like a difference of environment so he is noting my environment. You're at where we at the other day you started at. Tell me and then. I'd go but you're at a mailboxes etc. There's a pandemic going on and you found that where the woman's using their computer. It's actually. We've circuses. And i go to the mailbox etcetera stuff to send out the mail if you buy anything from keys in the girl that's like sort of it as post office right but there's a computer there that you can used by the hour and we've seen somebody on that computer and usually when i see that it's like maybe they're a teenage. If you ever see it you know. Now it's like who's using this by sorry by the minute. I don't know if i said by the hour and it was very like you know you cock your head. Whatever circus goes the other day. Sees a woman on there. And i don't know if it's the same person but person wearing like a athleisure leica lululemon or something like definitely put together And like a fresh baby in a stroller and an an iphone definitely works. That's like online and everything checking email on a computer that she pays by the minute. It's not anything like g mail or yahoo or things that you heard of. It's it's obviously email because it's set up like email and you you you can easily look over her shoulder because the computer is just in the center of the room while you're standing in line you look over to your right. And that's her screen so you can't hide there And so it's obviously email but no email that you've ever heard of the and this is zack. She's looking at it. He seemed different email. Setups are liquids. Not google or anything like this. It's not it's not. it's not yahoo. It's not even aol where you're like. Okay she's an aol user. I don't know how they do it. I guess you have to go to a store for aol. Because it's ridiculous. So used mike. Is she a spy. She's not a spy. I don't. I didn't come to me. Do you have first of all just gave listeners. And keith do have a theory because my first stupid theory. And i knew it was wrong but i'm like well. She's spy like four. But i knew that wasn't it and i didn't come up with something. But when he said his theory. I think i believe in that one but i wanna know if there are other alternatives before. I put it in your head she. She's having an affair. Yes yes because think of it. Because i'm like now. This is interesting when your partner tells you. I bet she's having an affair and you go like my response was you can just using incognito window why am i saying you know you just you start saying how you can cheat on each other. Basically both have too many ideas exactly so i go. You can just use an incognito window and then and then thinking oh maybe her computer or like her her partner just like walking at any time and look behind her shoulder. You know when you close the window when somebody walks in like you could see it on your face even though the screens not facing like something. She can't be by herself right then he goes. You can use incognito window all you want but that might be with. This person is tracking. They might be tracking your And this is how you remember back in the day. Our friends spooky. This is how he found out that his girlfriend was cheating on him. You can track. Somebody's typing what do you call that. Remember it'll it will show you what they typed typed and so if you're flirting with somebody else it shows up in this program. That's running behind the scenes right and you can just insert that and then the next person that's on new computer tracking everything they type now. What a weird manifesto go through like are you. It's so much that people are typing that. Are you looking for like you. Know control f. sex hot Dick cock what do i look for. Were most of the jonah enter and then and he noted that this email is like paragraphs long. So i don't know like the russians are not sending you their activity and then your you know your screen is right open. I think you're go- and then this is this whatever it's called mailboxes etc. It's not label one of those. It's in it's on a block where you would go. There's like dunkin donuts as supermarket. There's like a couple of restaurant so if your partner is tracking you. You were at the supermarket. You were at whatever you always come back with like a dunkin donuts coffee forum that day like you just oh so much to do. You're going to a whole separate location in the middle with your fresh baby..
"one minutes" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Have you ever seen that. It was it was something i mean. Ask you this. So you're rap fan right Hip hop site. I'm sure you're familiar with action. I asked him about his with ray. Quan bright excuse me goes face and he fucking slipped man. I want to throw you through the fucking wall right now. I'm going to smash through through a table. And i was like i was apologetic. Think that's not what i was trying to do. I want to you know. I tried to keep going and then i was like very clearly this. This is over. He hates me now and ally a lot of his fans. We're kind of like. That's bush league that you would ask ask that question. I was like. I asked some about his rapid. If i don't understand that thing which you're that no dude. I s i like. I don't wanna talk to you. If you can't talk to me about what i want to talk about like in and i think you're interviewing a rapper. And he had one of the most intriguing alluring things about rap to me is wrapped beef. He had one that was pretty prominent as also not one. I don't think he got like murdered where it was like super embarrassing feel like and he even kind of cleared the air one point. It'd be like you know. I respect you know and i did it in a in a goofy way doing it like casey radio style. We have one question that will if aliens came down. Who would you send to meet them. And he knew he was talking about one of the aliens. Don't like you and fight you ever go. Maybe like sangos face in whatever. I just leave it in a way that we kind of have our hypothetical banter sure if napped and let me tell you when action tells you he wants to throw you throw wall. I was like well fuck. He's you know he could might. And i think this was before he lost one hundred and twenty seven pounds so like he was in full action like he was a big man. Very big man can do it to me right now. He could lose three hundred and twenty seven pounds. Probably still beat my ass. But but that uncle with that though i you know what i feel like the podcasting world lax. The one thing that all podcasting lacks is a little bit of friction. A little bit of disagreement. Because thinking about you only have guests only go on shows that they wanna be on and hosts. Only you know you gotta like suck. Everybody's dick a little bit to keep you know. Scratch my back. I scratch yours right. You're like radio is to be like you got a local radio show because you have to promote your topic and maybe the hosts don't care view and maybe there's gonna be some fireworks. I've had one. I interviewed kathy griffin. And we you know me and fights were not really ends of of her and how. She handled her shit. So we kind of relate. You know when you did the whole thing with donald trump's head like there was going to be problems right and she knows obviously she disagreed as the only time we ever had like some some. You know fucking tents arguing. I wish there was more that podcast. Yeah it's unfortunately a weird part of the game where it's like you know you don't wanna have show like you don't wanna bring on a guest and then fry them and then have every guest after the fact like come on. His show is going to bring the book and ship possible. Like because nobody wants to talk about the worst. Fucking shit possible Which brings me to my next question. We both had the pleasure of going very public divorces Like it just what happens with internet right like there was no way in your case. If you're ever going to get a divorce that it wasn't going to be public. There was no way in my case. If i was ever going to get a divorce. It wasn't going to be public. It just adds this other layer of weird when you're like it's not that we're like celebrities but it's like we're internet people that have these fan bases in. It's just as different type of world. It's almost more personal than the celebrity L. culture that we have in the united states. Because it's more accessible. And we're real people not random multimillionaire actors or athletes or whatever. How did you get through that though like how did you. I know it wasn't easy And i know. I know it's probably still something you work on. Yeah i didn't. I didn't get i. I'm i'm i'm hanging by a thread and i'm still fighting every single day. You know it was. It was an ugly time. Where i i'm so blindsided by how much of a story of became like again i. I'm still surprised by it. But i'm so expect the So like pessimistic and negative. Like i never thought by self is a big deal i still don't. I don't even understand why anybody would have any interest in my personal life like i can't i can't believe it and i certainly can't believe that. Like people magazine and light. Daily mail across the pond was looking it up. And it was getting dry action and clicks and like i know barstool always gets your attention but i was like you guys really care about like my sex life and my and it was different for me. There's several things that are different. My situation one. I make living off a bus and other people's balls about their personal life center. You re put you so To in my case it was not like this leaked out and the media is the one exposing me where you can kind of be like man. Fuck you new york post like you're talking about my my private shit right. This was you know. Unfortunately my wife is a time she was the one who who put put it out there so it was a lotta salacious details. I mean do story spun so out of control. There were people who were saying. I was in a hotel room while my kids were being right. Like come on man like i get it. It was not. It was certainly not a good move on my part but some of the stories that spiraled out of control where i was like i again i would love to write a dissertation telling you the real deal but you either hate my fucking guts and don't care and you think that i'm a bad person because you know my marriage fell apart and i stepped out or you already ride with me and you know that marriage is is difficult and sometimes you end up trapped in a spot that you wish you weren't so I mean as far as getting through it. It's still fucking absolute grind from me. I really can't believe that it still is as every day every fucking day every one minute man i post top comment is well. Isn't this guy who cheated on his wife. Why don't we live in. And i'm like man three. We're gonna four years three three and a half years now Where it's like you know you ain't saying it about rock. You're not sitting in about every other person that Went through it and again. I know the differences that usually it's it's never the the wife actually speaking out so there's a little bit x factor..
Tatum Leads the Celtics To a Nail Biting Win Over the Trail Blazers
"Celtics have been good and fourth quarters lately, especially especially closing which has been uncharacteristic based on how they've been in the season, but they went up against one of the most clutch teams in the NBA and it looked for a little bit there Celtics had that I think it's 117 109 and then they just kind of stopped for a little bit from that five-minute Mark of the one minute Mark not great shots. Thank goodness for Rob their bailed them out a couple of times with a couple buckets there or else they might not have scored at all and then Tatum with a freaking dagger at the end there which was you know classic no no no. Yes shot but I mean that's what score is due and you know birth. That was cold-blooded. So that was it, you know Marcus there at the end, you know, you'd like to see him hit the two free throws, but that was clever there with the Celtics did missed a free-throw trap the dog trapped the rebounder Portland had no timeouts no ability to to advance it. I loved this game. I mean, I know everybody was freaking out over the Denver game. I loved this game. Not just how they pulled it out, but I loved the pace they played with I love the intensity just felt like it was the whole game felt like it got kicked up a notch.
Prince Philip's death marked with gun salutes across the U.K.
"Gun salutes across the UK and around the world are marking the death of Britain's Prince Philip. Today, Batteries of cannons in London and elsewhere fired 41 rounds at one minute intervals this morning to honor the husband of Queen Elizabeth. Military salutes have also happened in Australia and New
Can Netflix help solve the Isabella Stewart Gardner art heist?
"Now on the eighteenth of march nineteen ninety stole thirteen works of art including masterpieces by rembrandt and vermeer from the isabella stewart gardner museum in boston massachusetts. The extraordinary story of that night and thirty years of investigation and intrigue that followed the subject of a new four part series on netflix. Could this is a robbery. I spoke to jeff siegel producer of the series about the greatest art host in history. Jeff to begin with. Let's set the scene. What happened in march. Nineteen ninety at the golden museum in boston. So saint patrick's day night in boston march seventeenth into the eighteenth. Nineteen ninety two men dressed as police officers. Ring the doorbell for the security desk at the isabella stewart gardner museum and are buzzed in pretty quickly by the guard on duty and without much effort are able to lower the guard away from the security desk away from the only panic button leading to the outside world and are able to can him have him call down the other security guard who is on the rounds and you know in just a matter of minutes. Basically taking control over the whole museum fairly effortlessly it seems like The protocol was that that it shouldn't be that easy but it turned out to be that easy and the two men obviously turn out to. Police officers handcuffed the the two guards and tie them up down in the basement of the museum before going on and eighty one minute excursion through the museum and stealing thirteen pieces of art including a few masterworks. That are just unbelievably priceless. A rembrandt storm on the sea of galilee. Another rembrandt ladies and gentlemen in black. The vermeer one only thirty four thirty five in the world. The concert as well as the one of the more curious ones being the matinee stolen from the blue room downstairs the shea tour tony as well as a few other a few other items that are not necessarily of such great value monetarily or as well known which is part of. What's kind of confounding about what what was stolen there. They stole a five day. Gos- sketches but also a chinese who and the final from an opole jahic flag which are two items. That just don't a lot of people don't really seem to fit in with everything else that was stolen
Lil Nas X’s evil gay Satanic agenda receives backlash
"What is going on with little non sex from old Town road to coming out of the closet being embraced by everybody to being hated just by a couple post and a video to his new song? Montero, Call me by your name or he's giving the devil a lap dance. But it's Satan shoot. I think you're making more noise than the music, video and song itself. He's getting a lot of backlash for his Satan shoes. A 666 shoes sold out in less than one minute and he is more popular than ever. But why do all this wife Satan is a twist? He claims that he's continued to teach people to just be themselves and accept others for their differences. But not everyone's laughing. Hey, the devil's in the details, especially during
Microsoft in Talks to Buy Discord for More Than $10 Billion
"Paul. Wb the prophet of east sports. We'll be bringing you my hottest takes from the week. Basically everything you need to know about the business of sports all in about one minute. Let's go according to a report by bloomberg news. That came out on monday. Microsoft is currently in talks to buy messaging app discord for ten billion dollars. This news comes after venturebeat said the discord is exploring its options for sale in the wake of interest for multiple parties at ten billion dollars. This would be a steal. From microsoft discords growth has been meteoric however. This rumor creates a lot of questions. Why would discord self for ten billion dollars in the context of peers going public much. Greater valuations could discord have planted this story to create a bidding war. And why would microsoft spend almost twenty
Gordon scores 13 in Denver debut, a 126-102 win over Hawks
"Eric Gordon scored thirteen points it is not his debut a one twenty six one oh two dropping of the hawks Gordon played twenty one minutes three days after being acquired from the magic he had seven of his eleven first half points in the second quarter and the nuggets took a ten point lead at the break Nikolay okay it's finished with sixteen points ten rebounds and eight assists while Michael Porter junior had fifteen points and ten boards for Denver Trae young scored twenty one points but had seven turnovers to go with seven assists for the hawks who lost for just the third time in twelve games I'm Dave Ferrie
The Problem With Track & Field World Records
"What goes into a world record. Obviously it has to be an incredible performance. Everything has to come together just right. They don't happen very often. When bob beamon broke the world's record in the long jump in nineteen sixty eight. See my previous episode about that. The conditions were perfect. He had the maximum allowable. Tailwind it was at a high altitude in mexico city. He had perfect form and he put together his best jump ever at just the right time since the advent of competitive athletics nine thousand nine hundred twelve. The international association of athletic federation's has been keeping world records in every event. There's been a progression of world records. As people of incrementally bested previous performances. Most world records are only broken by less than one percent. The greatest single increase in a world record was the aforementioned bob beamon jump which beat the previous world record by six point five percent so that is sort of the world record of world records. Each event has a very different progression in how frequent and how recent world records get set. And this gets into the real heart of what i wanna talk about. You should expect to see world records being broken at a slower and slower rate over time as humans. Approach the limit of human performance should become harder and harder to break records. Records will require more luck and more people who have the perfect physique in the very peak of their careers. But this isn't quite what happened in some events there hasn't been a new world record set in over thirty years. You're shulte set the world record in the men's discus in one thousand nine hundred eighty six at seventy four point zero eight meters to put that into perspective. The gold medalist in the two thousand nineteen world championships had a distance of sixty seven point. Five nine meters a full six point five meters or twenty one feet short of the world record the men's hammer throw was also said in nineteen eighty-six yuri set up of the soviet union through the hammer. Eighty six point seven meters. The two thousand nineteen world champion through it. Only eighty point five meters that six point two meters less than the world record. The oldest existing world record in track and field is the women's eight hundred meters. Your meal acrostic viola of czechoslovakia set a world's record finishing the eight hundred in one minute. Fifty three point two eight seconds. That's almost five seconds. Faster than the two thousand nineteen world champion. You might have noticed something that all these really old records have in common. They're all held by athletes from former communist countries. If you're thinking that these records might be tainted by performance enhancing drugs. You aren't alone.
Making Medical Deliveries by Drone is Solvable
"Explain to me how it works in other words. There's a there's a nurse who sees that. She needs a particular blood product in rural tanzania. Does she pick up a phone and call. Someone is the How does the system work. And how is it that the drones are ready to go and are they. Are they in some kind of medical base to start with. What does the system look like. Although there's a lot of complicated technology behind the service that we provide the experience of this service that solve is extremely simple which is essentially a push a button on a phone. Get the medical product that you need to save a patient's life delivered to your gps coordinates. There's no training really required for nurses or doctors health workers. They can place orders in a number of different ways other van online form or by calling the phone number or also by using what's up what's up actually winds up being incredibly reliable kind of infrastructure In in a lot of these countries and so any nurse or doctor health worker complacent order all of the complexity of you know autonomous aircraft and like getting regulatory approval and knowing how to do safety and maintenance et cetera is kind of handled in the background. They'll get a text message. Saying thanks for letting us know order has been dispatched. It is twenty four minutes away and then much like using ridesharing. they'll get a tax when it saying. Hey the products one minute away. Please step outside. it's gonna be delivered in turmoil. Box and the drones. Really move fast enough to make this work. Yeah so the juicy simple technologies blind builds distribution centers and the aircraft themselves we employ teams of engineers operators at each distribution center on each distribution center can serve around twenty thousand square kilometers or something. Like eight thousand square miles Which is typically between two ten million people so for example we cover the whole country. Wanda to distribution centers cover the country of ghana with about eight. That's where we store. Inventory of medical products and then each distribution center will serve around two hundred to four hundred primary care facilities in hospitals and each of those facilities is getting a delivery often several times a day sometimes several times a week depending on the size of the facility would essentially teleportation. It means that now it's possible to teleport products from central place out to all these different places where patients may need something. The benefit of having teleportation like service for national health care systems is that they can dramatically improve access particularly for renewable populations. They can reduce waste. Because you're sending less stuff out the last mile and before it's actually needed by patient and finally you can actually increase the diversity of the products that are available at prior carefully so it makes it possible to treat patients closer where they live
Microsoft Exploring $10B Acquisition of Gamer Chat App Discord
"I sources began to report late yesterday. That discord was exploring a sale of itself seeking evaluation of ten billion dollars or so then bloomberg reported that it was microsoft was in advanced stages of negotiations to maybe by discord for about that exact ten billion dollar target range but also that discord is maybe more likely to just go public and test the waters itself quoting bloomberg. Actually you'll note there tempering. Their initial reporting here a bit quote discord has been talking to potential buyers and software. Giant microsoft is in the running but no deal is imminent said the people who asked not to be identified because the discussions are private discord is more likely to go public than sell itself. One person said representatives for microsoft and discord declined to comment venturebeat reported earlier on monday. That discord was engaged in sales tax microsoft. Which last year sought to buy social media app tiktok and held talks to acquire. Pinterest has been shopping for assets that would provide access to thriving communities of users. According to people familiar with the company's thinking microsoft's xbox business has also been expanding the suite of subscription perks. It provides as part of its game pass offering microsoft shares. Were up about one point. Two percent in the first minutes of trading tuesday quote microsoft possibly acquiring discord makes a lot of sense as it continues to reshape. Its gaming business. More towards software and services said bloomberg intelligence analyst. Matthew kanter men. There's a big opportunity to bundle discord premium nitro into the game. Pass service to drive more. Subscriptions from last reported number of eighteen million and quote after microsoft's recent seven and a half billion dollar purchase of xeni. Max media owner of the elder scrolls and doom publisher bethesda software and acquisition of discord with signal the redmond washington-based software giants willingness to keep investing in its video game unit and quote. Yeah integrating discord deeply into xbox stuff does make a ton of sense. Although i think they could make an exclusive wall off discord as something that you can only get if you do x. box but also the larger narrative here is that microsoft keeps trying to acquire social networks. Tick tock pinterest. And i keep hearing that one of the motivations for that is to get them all on a juror is that they've invested so heavily to build out this cloud infrastructure that they need big projects to justify their existence. That was always what i heard about google getting into cloud gaming but can this be true. Can someone smarter than me. Explain the economics behind that theory but also discord apparently runs on top of google cloud. So i guess there is value in kicking one leg of the stool out from under your rival right. Maybe google cloud is so far behind and week that its rivals. Maybe think they can strangle it in the crib
Jim Cramer on Bitcoins Performance and Future
"Our guys bang bang. I have demand himself. He is back jim. what's going on. Man here's what's going on. You made me a ton of money. I had to keep out the experts there. Because when someone's they'd be as much money as you have. What kind of peppered with the authentic language. I did exactly now. I know you probably hear a lot of people say you know what i did what you told. No i went and called my cfo. All right. and. I said listen. I just talked to this guy and i went tomorrow and i said i want hoping to get trouble. I said i want a half million dollars in this and you can buy over a couple of days but i don't want anyone who's this guy was your. Thank you and i studied before it wasn't just like you know i didn't just off the tournaments but said this guy is compelling i even use and i don't know whether you have any but the brokerage you suggested and i mentioned the money because it's never happened to me before i bought a lot of stocks in my life but i wanna thank you. Some the reason i called is it. Can i please come on your and thank you because it happened. It happened just as you said. It also happened much faster than you said. But i'm very grateful. Grateful mike kits so thank you very. Well listen as as many people who watched our first episode together i think noted The most compelling piece of it was how open minded you were and how intellectually curious you are on. I think that is something that people forget is important in the investing world. So i can yell and scream from the rooftop all. I won't but it takes courage and conviction for you to do something about it. So it doesn't work invoked by the way i mean you can say well i'm sucking up sucking and just a tremendous respect. A lot of what you said to me. I of course told others and is there things that you would say. I mean i always do the door. So limited number. I always knew that there should be protection. And i regard it as an asset class. But i i have for years said that you should have go and i think what i had going for me was the recognition. That what you're saying is what i really searching for with gold. All but gold media goal is that is subject to many vicissitudes is subject to a mining issues. It's frankly are subject to fail in many cases. Where do you think that's what's going to happen. Do you think that people are gonna drop gold by bitcoin. Or what do you think's gonna happen now. If they listen to me going to drop goal. I've been saying kemper senegal since one thousand nine hundred eighty three and now say five percent gold piper centric and. I did not say that before. I talk with you. I had thoroughly research. I was skeptical on our skeptical. Frankly because i said you know what. I thought okay with my goal. This is the dog new tricks thing that i want. I run up against with the web with the wall street. People like they're constantly saying. Oh listen you know. You're old baby boomers forgotten. I guess to do with how young your mind is. And i listened to you a friend of mine go said i heard you pop a cup hops. The smartest damn straight and do what matters is how old you are. It's whether you're young enough in hearing someone who knows more than you and gonna love. What you have to do is accept the fact that someone who's more now we did in school. It's funny you chemistry and you guys were juice chemistry. And you're going to get blown. I walk into a bitcoin class. What do i think more than the bitcoins i. It's different from chemistry class. No different from an engineering class. I will do the progress. M when i got not schooled but talk by i said what am i doing not protecting myself in what i have been saying. That people could be hyperinflation. But even if there's just plain old inflation why not get in and i did. The thing that have is confused about was was this notion that help your currency versus asset class. Because i think that i am. I'm conflicted and i'm conflating. You can help me say what it really is is. I think that there's three things people are using it for right now right so you have people who are using it. As a medium of exchange people are using historic value and people using it as a speculative asset right. Those three things serve different uses for different people. But i think that a currency obviously historic value. It's hard to deny that people are storing value. I think that's pretty. Well accepted the digital whole narrative. And then when you look at like on chain transaction volume right in some days now. It's ten twelve fifteen billion dollars in a single twenty four hour period of transaction volume. That's putting it into trillions of dollars on annualized which know visas. These guys are eight to twelve trillion dollars in annual volume. So you're talking about maybe twenty five to fifty percent of the largest card networks in the world Super using it now. What they're using it for is very hard to determine but they're using some sort of medium of exchange and then i think the third one and probably the one on focuses on is the speculative nature. People are absolutely in some cases buying it because they think it's gonna go up in us terms and they're going to sell it at a profit later. It's i think that what we gotta figure out here is what's the dominant use case or. Most people speculating or most people using it as four value or most people using it needham of change. My guess is when you look at the data. Sixty percent of bitcoin hasn't moved in the last twelve months. So that tells me that the majority is being used as a store of value over everything else today. Now what happens in the future will find out. But that's how i kind of think about from a use case perspective is it. A currency is an asset. will technically. It could be both right right. Well you know for me because of my my here. Something is all dog. I always said the people. Listen if you could ever ever ever be a situation where you can play with the houses money you take what you put in then your blast and you never have to touch it. And that's what. I'm don neurological may have only took. That took out the money put in. But now i've been i'm never going to touch upon. I'm not. I may never because you traced data scenario for those of us who those of you that watch it you chase down scenario. That doesn't stop at one hundred thousand and a lot of people laugh. I didn't it. Was the twelve thousand. And i started thinking i've gotta get in before it got to fifty and i went home and told my wife i said lisa. I'm doing this thing. And she said why described there since fiber talk. You sound mesmerized. I said no. I i sent. Educate these are two different things. It's not been as rush. It was educated and the course that you laid out made me think you know what it isn't just a car. I borders currency. But i realized it was the store value and a better store value i was using and did i have the belief that it could grow up. Go and i did believe that. It could be speculative staying power but more importantly what i realized is ideal with the company square and instead of saying that they arrive this way. I knew that this cash app people kids are buying a little business. Schnitzel is gone. They're buying a slivers of bitcoin. And i said to myself you know what i want to be with them because they represent future but i also recognize they may be doing for whatever reason but i can be part of that way too and not feel that we've is is a boss. It's not was speculation. Not after the way that you late young you laid it out. And i am sure that you can lay it out for just in one minute. You've gotta just lay it out again or capsule probably not fair but why you know exactly what may be portrait.
Australia's interstate borders fully open for first time since COVID-19 arrived
"Internal australian state and territory borders on now open full the first time in a year at one minute past midnight w a time lost monday morning western australia removed and cheer restrictions that applied to people arriving from victoria after a year of constantly changing border restrictions and plenty of uncertainty is. The boat is open enclosed. This was the loss remaining state border closure and since it was removed on monday all states have now been opened for interstate travel and there are no more declared covid nineteen spots in australia. Other than a few specific exposure sites such specific restaurants. Some states do still required travelers to register their travel plans or apply online for a pet before travelling into state. And you may still be unable to traveling to state if you have been to one of those specific high risk public exposure steitz in the past fortnight. Which would mean that. You are currently required self isolate but other than that the fact that all israelian state borders now open is simply fantastic news and it's an encouraging sign for the feature. Unfortunately there is still one hundred percent guarantee. That state borders went close again if there is another outbreak somewhere in the country while some premiers and chief health offices have recently said that future border closures would be unlikely particularly after frontline board awake his get vaccinated have not made such a commitment yet. However with quarantine border in healthcare work is now being vaccinated against covid nineteen. The risk will continue to reduce over
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist
"The isabella stewart gardner. Museum was not surprising when he founded by isabella stewart gardner. She was a very wealthy woman who lived in boston and had a very large art collection. She was known to be very eccentric. Woman who would float the upper-class conventions of the boston elite she famously showed up to a concert of the boston symphony orchestra in one thousand. Nine hundred twelve with a white headband. That said oh you. Red sox and that was a really big deal at the time and caused much clutching of pearls and fainting. She was born into money was married into money and inherited a lot of money. She travelled extensively around the world and purchased are wherever she went. She established the museum in one thousand nine hundred three and worked with museum to curate. Its collection for twenty one years until her death in one thousand nine twenty four at the age of eighty four. She left the museum three point. Six million dollars will and she stipulated that nothing. In the museum's collection should ever be sold. Nothing new should ever be acquired. Any artworks shouldn't even be moved from the walls. She wanted everything to remain exactly as it was by the nineteen eighties. The building housing the collection was getting a bit rundown and security was very lax in one thousand. Nine hundred to the fbi worn the museum of a plan for our robbery but it only resulted in minor upgrades to the security system. The museum had no security cameras installed inside and most importantly the only had a single button with which they could call. The police which was located on the desk of one of the security guards other museums used a system where guard head to call the police every hour to notify them that everything was alright. If a call wasn't made then the police would come and the guards were also paid barely minimum wage. These facts would all become important. The robbers arrived just after midnight on sunday morning. On march eighteenth march seventeenth by the way is saint patrick's day. Which is one of the biggest holidays in boston. And this year. It was happening on a two men who were dressed as policemen there. Witnesses who saw them on the street but they assume that they were police. Never thought anything of it. There were two guards on duty that night. One twenty three years old and one thousand five years old from one of them. It was literally their first night on the job. Museum procedure dictated that one of the guards would patrol the building while the other said at the desk with the button which could notify the police at one twenty. Am the two men in police. Uniforms buzz the side entrance and they said they were there because of disturbance call. The guards didn't know of any disturbance call but they looked like real cops and it was saint patrick's day so something might have happened so they let the police in the men in police. Uniforms told the guard at the desk. Call the other guard down which he did one of the supposed cops then said to the guard behind the desk the desk where the buzzer was. Then he looked like a suspect they were looking for them to come forward which he did and then threw him up against the wall and handcuffed him. They've ended at the same to the other guard. And that's what. They notified them that this was a robbery. They then put tape over. The guards is and head and march them down into the basement where they were tied to pipes. The robbers took their wallets and told them that they knew where they lived in. If they cooperated they would get a reward in a year. All of that took about ten minutes from there. The robbers went into the gallery and started taking art in all. They took thirteen items an ancient chinese vase. A golden eagle from an unholy flag five sketches from gaza. Three works of rembrandt one from any one from flink and biggest of all the concert by vermeer one of only thirty four known vermeer paintings in the world. The robbers checked on the guards before they left. Took the security tape and left the building. The entire operation took eighty one minutes. The total estimated value of everything which was taken has been placed as high as five hundred million The vermeer itself was worth half the entire amount and it is believed to be the most expensive stolen object in the world when the next shift of guards arrived. They couldn't contact anyone to be let inside. They contacted the police who then finally found the guards bound and tied in the basement. With your work gone. The question then turned to who did it and whereas the art one of the things that stood out is that the robbers probably weren't experts in art and they probably weren't sent there to steal something in particular the way they handled the art indicated. Lack of familiarity moreover. They didn't take some far more. Valuable objects works by raphael michelangelo anticipations the rape of europa probably the most valuable object in the museum were untouched.
YouTube cancels Myanmar military-run channels, pulls videos
"YouTube has removed a number of channels run by Myanmar's military the violating its community guidelines and terms of service the company says it has terminated five channels removed several videos from YouTube the decision follows the February one minute she proved that I listed the country's elected government preventing massive public protests YouTube says it will continue to monitor the situation for any content that might violate its rules the decision follows Facebook's early announcement that it had removed all be on mon and military pages from inside I'm from Instagram which it also owns I'm Charles the last month
Entrepreneur Masha Malka on Her One Minute Coach System
"Joining us show. Is masha malka. Masha is an entrepreneur and she is the founder of the one minute coach system. She's also been on the forbes council for over ten years she's a mother. She teaches on the university level on mindfulness and leadership and she has been coaching clients internationally for over eighteen years. She's developed unique original programs. Such as clarity hats or motion hacks to clarity. Mommy's gonna crack me on that. One and also manifest with russia could go on and on about masha but i think it's time that she shares her journey and advice with you. Masha welcome welcome to win. Worldwide thank you dr wonderful introduction. Thank you so much app. You can finally connected. I know me too. So it's i wanna get the program name correct. It's emotion hacks to clarity Actually it said. The woman had coached the mastering emotions. So it's my book are my second book But yeah. I have a how different broken clarity. So it's all connected x-l-e-a-r dive into all that. I always want to find out though. I you have this one minute system. You've been coaching internationally for over eighteen years. I mentioned in the university where you're teaching mindfulness in leadership. How did you get on this path. What made you choose your career path Well it's one of those stories is false It finds me. I didn't find it Anything does that the best gun impacts where you just allow things fall into place. Which was it initially. Because i wasn't as wise as i am now and that was Really stressing about what i wanna do. Wasn't one of those people who knew exactly or wanted to do in life. I to all kinds of classes actually made the maths enhance. But i ended up being a writer and the coach which has nothing to do as much. And it's just wolf On something that they naturally love doing I always slept learning. And i love to Aspect learning to others so teaching which he did not exist. When there wasn't interested. So when actually i found out the research thing of a completely fell in love with and the as attracting my programs i math. Nationalism eucation. my have a master's degree in higher education. And i'm all about changing educational system by my thing. And so i like to design my courses using my knowledge in accelerated learning techniques. This whole brain learning. And how my. I will actually skull discovery in virginia's and in some the topic of learning how to learn And my first book is based on my experience being a refugee from the soviet union. America and my last book one which the mastering motions. This one It's actually based on my divorce. So is eight goes life and they learn things near research things on how to overcome fears. Obstacles can find it works for me than with my clients and then it just would have
Embiid, Harris lead 76ers to OT victory over Jazz
"The seventy Sixers needed overtime to win a match up of the NBA's conference leaders downing the jazz one thirty one one twenty three Joe well indeed poured in forty points grabbed nineteen rebounds and hit the tying three pointer late in regulation Tobias Harris scored eleven of his twenty two points in O. T. as the east leaders approved a twenty four twelve and stayed a half game ahead of the nets indeed says to bias was the star before us longer you know about some Russell regard you grow on them you well I just have to start one minute star walk all right you know there's nothing you can do about that his car is making shots so you gotta keep the jazz dropped their second straight despite Donovan Mitchell's thirty three points eight rebounds and six assists I'm Dave very
"one minutes" Discussed on Before Breakfast
"Welcome to the before breakfast podcast. Today's tip is to take one minute for anticipation pushing a little treat forward. Just a bit can extend your pleasure and make the experience more fun sometimes in the afternoon. I like to make myself a cup of tea. And i've been trying different brands and i recently bought one that came with a more elaborate set of instructions than the usual heat water steeped the tea bag routine. This one noted that while the water was heating. You should take a moment for anticipation. I guess of the great tea experience that was about to come. It's a little silly but on the other hand it's not a bad idea. These days you can get a lot of what you want really quickly. I'm old enough to remember. Having to wait for special movies like the wizard of oz to be played on tv or driving around hoping to hear a new song on the radio these days. You just download or stream whatever you want whenever you want. No one particularly likes waiting. But anticipation is a special kind of waiting. There's a much more exciting connotation to this waiting than standing in line at the dmv it is waiting eagerly for something good is coming when we anticipate something we feel some of the same pleasure we will during the event itself only the pleasure can last much longer taking a minute to anticipate the ti- means we're enjoying the t for a minute than we would we slow down. We notice some treats deliberately build the waiting into the process of consumption for a while. I was really into these dark chocolate covered. Frozen banana slices. You had to take them out of the freezer and then let them sit for a minute or two thaw. You didn't want to break your teeth that extra minute kept me from gobbling the chocolates down without savoring them. I don't know if those baby bell cheeses have to be wrapped in those waxes or not. But the process of unwrapping the cheeses makes the snack more of a ritual than otherwise would be. We can build a moment for anticipation into all sorts of things. If you see an email from a friend take a minute to think about your friend and how much you enjoy spending time together before you open the note. If you subscribe to a magazine take a minute to look at the cover headlines and peru's the table of contents and think about what you'd like to read first before you dive in. Maybe don't start the new season of a series as soon as it's available. Take a day or two and designate a time to start watching. You'll stretch out your enjoyment after all. Eventually the good thing will be over. Eventually the christmas presents will be unwrapped. The lights will come down. The chocolate will all be consumed building in a moment for anticipation allows us to push that eventuality forward and stretch the time before. The good thing is over into a higher proportion of armaments so today think about what good thing you can push forward just a little. I don't believe in forcing hardships on ourselves. For no good reason. Life is hard enough as it is but pushing something good forward. A little doesn't introduce a hardship. It maximizes pleasure which i tend to think is a good thing in the meantime this is laura. Thanks for listening. And here's to making the most of our time. Hey everybody i'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter. Facebook and instagram at before breakfast pod. That's be the number four then breakfast. P o d.
"one minutes" Discussed on DJ Force X in Conversation
"My very special guest on today's show is Massey. Zemo if you will but he was is like the Qataris for the legendary one minute silence If you any of the people listening to this podcast haven't heard that band going listen to streaming on your spotify is your apple music titles that kind of stuff go listen to. Just by the celebrating twenty thousand anniversary at the moment for their second album..
"one minutes" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"We are going to empty the rest of the Lou Holtz file here in a second, but we got to talk about it because Lou hold says college football should come back. He says that when we stormed Normandy, there were some casualties. So there have to be risks involved with bringing back the obviously necessary award time and wore soaked sport of college football according to Lou, Holtz Normandy was the reference. So we are emptying that file and we will in a second. But before I, do that, I'd like to go around the room here and just give me a guy that you looked up one day at ESPN. and. He was gone and you were confused and it took months to realize in the case of Liu. Tried to sport goes away for a while. So a guy like that is going to disappear every season in some ways but ESPN does a good job of using those people in the off season and so for me Lou Holtz just vanished from one day to the other he was the list Voice of College football for this net network for awhile who does that for you Mike when you think of a guy who just vanished one day from to the next in at Espn Brad Daugherty on multiple fronts oddly Oh. That's an upset. That's right NASCAR A put it on the poll Tony. Do you miss a Brad dougherty seven footer seven foot all star Brad DAUGHERTY ON NASCAR HOW Does that for you. Merril Hodge a Haji a minute and gone the next I don't know what avid is Star Network Chris how about you? This guy worked Lou Holtz. Lot Mark May. Tried more people so mad people hated mark may because he would have opinions contrary to their on college football Tony how about you? Whatever happened to Jay Crawford fell Eq- is great on cold pizza and a bunch of different stuff just disappeared. He's calling browns preseason games now. Eric Mangini is pretty high on my list Urban. Meyer is another one who who is in the news or yesterday It's this is good here. This is good to have. You tell me you've seen this video it I love. Okay. When the fourth wall television tries to give you, we've got it together so much and it's harder to do during a pandemic. Tell me you saw this video of Urban Meyer giving very serious sound about college. Football. Was it to Dave Revson who was he doing this way I do think i. Speaking of guys that were here, one minute and God Dave Ramsey Dawn. The rare ginger vanished on us from one day to the next. A blonde. Either way he's a phase of the big ten network. Okay. You see this video though, did you see the video where Urban Meyer is giving very serious talk and then it is slowly revealed in the mirror behind him that he's clearly on a boat and then it slowly revealed that what is happening on that boat is. Shirtless. Buddy. And maybe nude buddy given that we don't know. You couldn't see the bottom have all of a sudden in the mirror in the analysis in the shot, and then you see Urban Meyer realizing he's on camera try and shoo him away because in the camera shot revealing to everyone that urban Meyer during a pandemic on a boat with dude who might be nude and it seemed as though the friend wasn't in a hurry to get out of the way and enjoyed messing with urban. Meyer. But we couldn't. We can only see the top half of what was going on. He was just all very unsettling to me from from the Sunburn on urban 's face to what was going on in the lower third. What it on the poll, Tony Please. Did you mean the television screen? You know did you know that? was on a boat before the new guy because I didn't I had not realized that he was on a boat but of course, urban Meyer is on a boat. Let's empty the rest of that Lou Holtz file. How much is in there I guess we teased twas the night before Christmas with Chris, Berman Lou Holtz, and who else this is Kelly ended doing three different Gruden Chris, Berman and Lou Holtz Lou Holtz is Coming up here at the end of this, but we're ending the Lou Holtz file with a little old driver. So lively and quick Cadillac a drew brees, Matt Tell You what I knew in a moment had the be saint. Nick more rapid than chip. Kelly's eagles offense. I love what he's doing there his courses they came and whistled and shouted and called them by name no dishere not. No pressuring fiction I, coming on Cupid on donder and. Top of the porch top wall now dash away Dash. Dash away nobody circles the reindeer. Too Big man in read. As dry leaves before the hurricane flat and the beat that obstacle. So, up to the house stop the course. With a sleigh full of toys and. Again just emptying the file here because Lou Holtz back in the news he was on the news because we're going to coaches for insight and Urban Meyer's got nude guy on his boat and Lou Holtz comparing. College football two wars. At least Holtz in my Dick I mean they have stayed consistent throughout their entire lives holds went to Normandy and Dick. You kneel for the National Anthem get the hell out of my country. And again urban Meyer's got a new. Do that might be nude on his boat we don't totally now. Let's keep emptying this Lou Holtz filed. This is another thing that happened on television. I believe alongside of Reese Davis and it's just labeled. Lou. Holtz is impossible to understand. They will get to talk a whole lot more at halftime I promise. Dave bring in cold. Again, the Voice of College football for many years here on Espn Ladies and Gentlemen Lou Holtz. It making more sense when he's comparing college football the Normandy. Don't get. Dave Ray cold..
"one minutes" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"This marketplace podcast is supported by indeed. Are you hiring with indeed. You can post job in minutes. Set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist qualified candidates using an online dashboard. You'd get started today and indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace this marketplace podcast is brought to capital one with the spark cashcard from capital one. You're unlimited two percent cashback on all your business purchases think about it unlimited two percent. cashback on everything you buy for your business and that cash back and add up to thousands of dollars. Would you can reinvest reinvest back into your business so you can keep growing learn more capital one dot com capital one. What's in your wallet? Ten Billion Dollars spent in just thirty minutes. No wonder it's dubbed. The world's biggest shopping day live from London this is the marketplace morning report from the BBC. World Service. I'm sleeping Chan. Good morning many of our listeners. News will be familiar with Black Friday and cyber Monday in the US but China also has a huge shopping event. It's called singles day the BBC's leashes centrally reports on how ECOMMERCE ECOMMERCE giant Alibaba is set to benefit from this year's windfall. Single stay was the brainchild of Alibaba. Founded Jack Ma. It was built up as an anti Valentine's Day where instead of buying a gift for someone else you have twenty four hours to buy items for yourself all heavily discounted of course now. This event was kicked off by a live performance by Taylor swift and sales hit one billion dollars off to just one minute and eight seconds before the clock struck five. PM in Beijing Day more than thirty billion dollars had already been spent online. That figure is equivalent to over eighty percent of Amazon's online store sales last quarter as a result singles day and many of its copycat copycat events on now viewed as an important barometer of Chinese. Consumer sentiment now Alibaba has been trying to diversify its business away from its home market and into areas like digital payments. But it's still heavily reliant on ECOMMERCE around eighty percents of its revenue comes from this division. Alibaba has another reason it needs to sustain its record results from MM singles day it plans to hold a dual listing in Hong Kong. This month's and raise reported fifteen billion dollars and on good Alibaba may find it quite hard to shake it off with investors. I'm the BBC's Leisure Santarelli for marketplace. Let's do the numbers. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index closed down. Nearly three percent after after another protester was shot by police. Meanwhile Spanish stocks a little change of the country. Second election this year fell to break a political deadlock. Australia is is suffering from its worst bushfires in a decade and now the states of New South Wales in Queensland have declared a state of emergency officials have described the situation as a catastrophe with the area around Australia's biggest city Sydney bracing itself for even worse conditions. Tomorrow Pizza. Maguire is chief executive of Xm Ashtray. Lia in Sydney. The News. Coming across the state has been one of the very much putting a a reality check across the state with one percent of it being bullied or eight hundred fifty thousand hectares and we're looking at temperatures tomorrow to probably breach forty degrees Celsius which is a little unusual used will for this time of year where we're still three weeks from summer. What sorts of economic damage could these bushfires potentially calls? Well one has to realize the possibility of schools being damaged or burns. You've got housing. 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She's here with her mum for a checkup. Very happily produced the drug stuck on killed so I will rest of my. There's no cure and the treatment can be hard to access and expensive in parts of Africa fifty. Four gene is a Nigerian company. That's working to find a cure for this disease. He's and for others. It's building Africa's first commercial DNA buyer bank by gathering and storing samples from local hospitals. Dr Abassi any oppong. Tom Is the CEO and founder. We are working to improve the study of genetics research which can lead us to understand the genetic basis up. This is which eventually us to discover new drugs that can be used to treat people of African origin and people who are not of African origin. So everyone so. Why is this research so important? The African gene is the most genetically diverse in the world. But at the moment it makes up only two percent scent of the world's genetic database which Dr Bassey says if fifty four gene can address will make a tremendous difference. Africa has the most washed genetic variation on the planet earth and yet only two percent of the genetic studies has focused on this population. It means that there is lot that we are missing globally in terms of genetics research. In fact there are two drugs in the marquette now in the UK Japan us that were discovered as a result of mutations found in African populations. Interestingly those drugs have not yet come into Africa but there we used to treat people of all races. That's how having data like what we had. What generated in Nigeria can actually help the global research community community? This may be an initiative which started in Africa but the market potential for genomic data from this continent is truly global research that includes people of African in dissent could help health practitioners develop revolutionary new medicines here and across the world a show near a Gurney. They're finally British department store. Harrods has been accused. Accused behaving like the grinch when it comes to visiting. It's Christmas grotto this year parents must spend at least two thousand five hundred dollars if they want their kids to sit on Sundays name. I remember when it was free. I even got a book to take away with me in London. I'm Su- pink Chan with the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service this marketplace podcast is brought to you by the capital one spark cashcard offering unlimited two percent. cashback on all of your business purchases. Learn more at Kaplan dot com capital. One what's in your wallet..
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"She was right beside me running the beach Zuma doing burpee doing pull ups, it was absolutely credible. Ran a marathon did a triathlon. And she was instrumental in that do one more just because you can because you can do one more. You can always do one more. It's just that mental piece of just push a little bit farther each time. And you'll be amazed at how many more you can actually do before you stop yourself. I ran a marathon a couple of weeks ago and mild twenty one ish or so that's when you like kinda hit the wall, and I'm like right dirt villains in Iran. But it's it's me it's my my my week. Nature saying, hey, stop running. Yeah. But then all of a sudden like if I don't run I'm not gonna cross the finish line. And then one by Jeevan, right? So you know, you play this mental game, you do all this physical training. And then all of a sudden you like on face with a mental block mental challenge that I have to either. We don't have time to go down this. But we all have a decision to make. Yep. Whether it's good or bad. Like, there's always a decision be made. And my decision at that time was physically I wanted to stop because my body was just shutting down mentally I needed to keep going. So I made a quick decision acted fast because the longer you prolong something or draw out you're going to psych yourself out. You're gonna talk yourself out of it. And if you don't make that good decision that decision that you know, you should make immediately. You're probably not gonna make it. So instead of making say, hey, if I don't have an hour, and a workout, but I've got ten minutes, the more you think about the negative. Yeah. You're gonna just sit on the negative. Hey, I get a great workout in ten minutes. Do it. It's not timeless just make it happen. Yeah. And that's gonna that's gonna happen to you in your journey as you, you know, if you're in the beginning phases, you're gonna be super motivated in the beginning. You might see great results. And then after three weeks, you might have a plateau, and that's that mental hurdle of the Mike. Like running the marathon, you're at mile twenty and something's happening in your body. It's not feeling right? It's not doing the right things. Not doing what you wanted it to do. But what are you gonna do? Because it's not so much the block that's the that's the transitional that transformation point. It's what you do in response to that. Right. It's what you which bridge you go for you know, which fork in the road. Are you gonna take because one decision leads to another to another and you could go either white with that? That's awesome. So last question before up the singer if you go back twenty years from from now, what would you have done differently? To keep it within thirty seconds. I would say absolutely nothing. Also because I think that everything that I've experienced over the past thirty years has led me to be right room supposed to be. So you know, you can always if Enin, but but I always say look at the future because that's what you can change. You can't do anything about with behind you. So there's probably a lot of things that could be changed. But who knows what happened life if that butterfly effect tapped? So I would say absolutely nothing. I think I made probably some really bad choices in my life when I was younger. But know, what it made me the person? I am today. So I'm very thankful for that position. Now. It's awesome. So if if somebody wants to contact you for training once ago, some of your programs wants to follow you on social media what what's the best way for them to to follow. You definitely can go to spell training dot com, and that's kind of a funky spelling soul. Definitely. You can go to Facebook dot com slash felt training or on YouTube spelt training. So definitely here. Doing a lot of body weight short workouts and here for you guys. So just a pleasure being here. Appreciate the time and the opportunity to chat with you. Hang out. Awesome Meredith we appreciate your time in your passion for to do. That's gonna thanks for listening. This is coach Brian with strong design in we will catch you next time. Thank you for listening and stay strong by design..
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"So does it really make a difference, though, plan devil devil's advocate here because I know a lot of people say if I can't get an hour workout in the gym it's pointless. So I can't I can't it's a waste of time. I don't get a good workout in. I don't get a good sweat. Nothing happens. I don't lose weight, blah, blah. Right. Kind of debunk that in again, I'm playing devil's advocate love it. Because I hear a lot. If I can't get to the gym. I'm not going to go because I that's all I know. And that's the only thing that works. I would say the the first thing is that you've got a really big mental misconception and roadblock going on. Because at the at the very beginning. If you're saying, I can't do this. And so I'm not going to like if it's not great. It's not worth it. There's yeah. The mindset the mindset in my head brain as a mental mental thing. It's like you would say. Oh, I'm not going to go. So it's not worth it or I'm late. If you if you were late to work, would you just not go? I mean, probably not you probably still go to work, right? Yeah. Exactly. You're like, oh, I'm late. So I'm just not gonna go. Like, no, you go because you feel compelled to go, and you will get movement. And you know, what if you don't get a great workout, and you don't get a great workout in. You're still getting movement and your training yourself to be consistent. That's the most important thing. And when you have consistency in you have that motivation motivation is what drives you in the beginning. I'm so motivated for colts. So motivated, oh, look, I'm losing weight. I'm so motivated, my jeans fitting better when motivation Wayne's your habits takeover me to build the habit structure during that motivation face, and then you won't mean to be like, oh, I'm gonna go lose twenty pounds. You like no this is my lifestyle, and I feel good when I do it. So it's a habit, and I'm just going to continue to do it like brushing your teeth. That's so true. Because a lot of people think it's just a physical component. But the physical aspect of exercise training is is is get up and do it. It's a mental. It's a mental game. So what are three things or three phrases or quotes that you rehearse in your head that you feed into other people's lives. Like, we all have an Email signature. What are your what are your your three Goto? I think one is just you know, what's felt is. It's streamline your body your mind in your life. Like that is my mantras just is just get everything aligned because everything is connected. Another one in aisles have to because the first one is kind of the mantra of of the business in my lifestyle. But what I've instilled in my clients, and what I learned from my very first client who actually has since passed away from brain cancer is do one more just because you can. And I think that was so powerful for me because she was my very first client, and I remember being in the gym not being a personal trainer. She had just come. Off chemo. And she said, hey, are you personal trainer? And I wasn't. And I said, yes. And she said she said, she said, well, you train me. I said, yes, I was just out of college. And that's how it all started working with her made me realize that you know, we from. Her. She was just out of chemo. She had brain surgery. She was week. All we could do in the beginning was walk and we walked the beach together in month after month, we were consistent, and we did one more just because we can we because we could and then after couple years of being together..
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"These physical and mental changes that are greatly impact your life. Of course, they're gonna wanna share the information found that information. That's why you're broadcast into as many people as possible via Facebook Instagram you to podcasts. It's just fine. You know, it's fun to see people find something to like, I didn't know that that I could start this. And that's the coolest thing about it is just gotta you gotta start like that's the hardest part is just start doing something. So let's talk about starting as we age as as moms get tired as dads get the dad bought and things like that. If there's one thing that the aging woman must do or agent man doesn't matter. What what do you think that they should do when it comes to fitness and wellness? I think with fitness in particular. It's just. Move every single day. No matter what it is. If you have a structured workout in say, it's you know, your structure workouts three times a week. And you've got a trainer you're good on that. That's that's an outlets three hours out of your week. Like there are so many more hours. If you just move every day, so I have a really good hack that I do because I found myself doing things like this sitting in in you sit a lot right like overall hunched over a still a lot. So I've got a timer on my phone. I said it for you know, thirty five or forty minutes every forty minutes or every time it goes off. I get up and I walk around for ten minutes. I just that is just what I do or I get up and shake out or just do something like silly. Because just that little bit accumulates over time in gives you more movement more, you know, if you're thinking about calorie burner burns calories over the day. It helps you stretch out. If you're sitting a lot if you're if you're driving a lot just set a timer on your phone just move like because. Yes. Going to the gym and doing your workouts is so important. But there are so many more hours in the day that you need to be moving. And I think if there's anything for aging people just motion is lotion. I remember, Saul just move, right? Just move and doesn't not once that you say go to the gym some weights. I mean, obviously lifting weights is again, hugely important, but just movement this movement. Just just movement doesn't have been talking this entire time about quick efficient ten minute workouts. I mean, it doesn't have to be something structured it could be sentenced simple as raking the lease for ten minutes. You can do workout in your chair the dog stick. I mean, it's just movement is getting out of the the routine of sitting standing get circulation moving it's going to help so many other things. Help your circulation. Your metabolism, you're gonna feel better. Like, I know when I sit in sit down for longtime run driving up seeing from the computer skit, hazy them like, okay. I gotta go outside. I gotta do something. Like this can't sit here. So. Yeah. I mean, I. I think the number one thing is people ages just move just get more movement every single day into your life. It doesn't have to be structured or crazy. But is do something. That's the and that's what we stroz interest. You know, if if you just move something. Even if you think you're doing it wrong, it it's still it's still movement. Your body has a great way to adapt to what you're doing. And you can check out our are not only instrument but knew we could check up into his well, we have so many videos that are just geared towards basic body with movement. So if if your brand new exercise don't feel intimidated don't think, you know, you have to get into the gym even though that is suggested recommended, but it's not required. Incredible workout a lot of our best. Sign products are bodyweight follow along Randy can do right at home. 'cause you as a mom Thursdays at you're. You're not going to get to the gym. Now nowadays me we have a gym in our office that I won't be able to work out. Just because I'm a husband of you know, all these things sometimes aren't like prepping food. I'd like I have time to do ten squats. I'm gonna go ahead and do it like if that adds up over the day, then that's great. And I say prepping food, I'm not saying for.
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"Your subscriber be sure to DMS to get your free gifts. But let's talk a little bit more about the mental. Yeah. The mental vs physical. So to tell us why your clients, and the people you've worked with over the years why they've had such success following these types of workouts. I think it just goes back to that consistency. But understanding that this is a long-term transformation that you're going through. This is not something. That's just going to, you know, snap your fingers, and yes, it's done. It really is a mindset game. And I think I tell my clients all the time I said the most powerful thing is in between your ears, and that's your brain. You have to nail that down. I think about the for me, I know. Like, you've got understand that you have to you have to tire all to have to tie your wants and your needs for transformation to something. That's more powerful than you in people say like, oh, you know, why are you doing this? Or what are you doing this for? And I always say, you know, it's great to to do it because I wanna fit in my jeans, but there's something deeper there like there's there's something so much deeper that you say I wanna fin my jeans because I wanna feel more confident. So that I can go on this trip with my husband, and I can go on this. I can feel better. And all the sudden it's this deeper feeling of self confidence in not gonna push you through the mental transformation way down the line when you don't wanna do this anymore. When you feel like you don't have ten minutes. But you're like, you know, what I'm going back to that. Mental mindset piece to why I started this in the first place, but soon awesome because mental people think it's always just exercise. Oh, it's just working. But it was so much deeper than the mental pieces. That's why people stop after two weeks three weeks because they just they didn't. Prepare themselves for the long game. And you have to because this is this is a lifestyle change. You will get immediate results. No doubt. But we're not really I mean you, and I aren't really worried about what you're gonna do a week. What are you gonna do in a month? I year when when you're not working with us anymore. That's where the the real change in like what I look forward as I contact client that maybe I haven't seen in a while. And they're like, I'm still I still kept off the thirty pounds. I'm like, wow. That's great. That's amazing. That's what I'm really exciting yet. Life change happens. You're going to be impacted so much that they're going to want to impact other people it is bleeds off into their into other parts of their life. Like, you know, their kids might be watching them or their spouse starts to just do some exercise or they go in and start volunteering with kids in that kind of thing in just it just is a snowball effect of just good. Just good happens from it. The church I belong to our past always says found people find people, we're all we're all lost. Like, we're all like on this journey of life in. Thinking that. However, you want physically mentally emotionally, spiritually, whatever. But once you find something that works for you. You're gonna wanna tell people about it, definitely. And if you're living a healthy lifestyle, if you're making.
"one minutes" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast
"But bottom line is that I've put hundreds of people through this type of exercise training, and we've had unbelievable results because you can be consistent with it. And that's the key is if you can be consistent and a small level, you'll achieve great results. So you don't have to be crazy shape to do this. In fact, if you're not in great shape, and you do this. You will probably see a greater change in your body than if you were in very good shape inserted adopting this kind of method. So the the the actual change it you're going to see massive. And I can totally relate. Because when I had first time clients come to me. And you know, they were gung ho they were ready. I need to lose one hundred pounds in one hundred days or whenever something stupid like that. They bought every book that whatever supplement they bought every everything possible there were all in all in all in. But in all of a sudden couple couple of weeks go by they're not all in their dropping off to you know, instead of workout seven days a week. Now, they're down a five another down to three another one. And in that one hour like, oh, I can't get anything done in one hour. So it's it's starting from pretty much ground zero in work in your way up to the top rather than starting from the top trying to stay at the top when they fall down. So what you're saying is pretty much where you're at right now. Whether it's first timer, whether you're a veteran, whether you're retired collegiate athlete, whatever it is. You've gotta find something that's applicable to you that that's practical. But it's also something that's gonna make the most out of guts. If you only have ten minutes data workout didn't that's what you got. That's got to use it so use it accordingly. Right. So give us a little bit more about the science behind the efficiency of a or the effectiveness of inefficient workout compared to the long drawn out. And I know I I have I've had hundreds of clients that have seen incredible results in such a short amount of time if they apply the. Right stuff, and I know your clients. Yeah. Have experienced the same thing just sometimes shorter mine or one tents is the best option. Right. But there's also there is science behind. Looking to win some free critical bench swag? Here's how subscribe to the strong by design podcast on itunes, and then visit us on Instagram at the critical bench to let us know..
"one minutes" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast
"They're having severe heart issues brain issues, all because of the trauma that they put on their body through impact through hours of training yet through poor nutrition poor sleep high stress, so as we age, obviously, the body breaks down. We're not we're not in college anymore. We don't play at a high school level where our bodies are breaking down. And I'm not a mother father of two boys. I don't know what that would have feels like to be a mom, but I know that as a parent as as. That's where drinking a Cup of coffee right now. But as a mom explain a little bit about how your body has transformed from going from a high performing collegiate water polo surfer to now worry warlike, obviously, you just shared your down to ten minute workouts. But how has your body responded to that in do you think it's working for you? And if it is working free will it work for other people definitely, you know, I'm not gonna lie. If anybody tells you like, oh, nothing changes after you have a baby there. Ed is a lie that is alive because a lot of stuff changes in. I was in good shape. When I had my daughter sage like I worked out during pregnancy. But the fact of the matter is when you have a one year old, which she's, you know, she's fifteen months now, you don't have time. You just don't have time to be doing those things. And so I found that doing ten minute. You know, sub ten minute workouts has been extremely efficient. It doesn't affect my my time with her. Her and it still gives me an increased heart rate muscle tone. I'm still in. I'm still in as good a shape as I was before I had her and I'm not doing a quarter of his much stuff as I was doing before. And I definitely think it's applicable to anyone. 'cause if you've never if you're intimidated about working out, or if you're overweight, the dead last thing, you're going to do is get up and go sprint somewhere or go to a gym. And just decide that you're going to go battle at out at rush hour in the gym for the, you know, the bicep machine or whatever it's just the, you know, or do some squats or like get on the local is just it's overwhelming for people. So if you can just chunk it down and be consistent on a small level, you can grow. And if you feel like you wanna do more, you can always do more. But you don't have to just don't have to. Listen, you can't see what Meredith looks like. But you can follow her on Facebook. She's got her on YouTube channel, but you can see the shape that she's in which is incredible. But she also had a background of sports winning helped get her where she's at right now in same thing with us. You know, we're all competitive in here, we do the similar type of workouts. If you look at our YouTube channel, go to YouTube dot com such critical bench a lot of our workouts. What we the videos that we put up our very similar to what you do three minute workouts five in a workhouse ten minute body weight routines, because we're all parents, we all work while get tired because we're getting old we wanna make the most of workouts. We don't have time to dedicate two hours just to targeting. The the chest just doesn't make sense anymore. I'm sure people are listening going. Will you guys were athletes? It's probably easy for you in ten minutes in. Yes, we were athletes. It probably is easy. Fear because we have muscle memory..
"one minutes" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast
"But it's also about your mind your lifestyle, like really, keeping everything very streamlined, everything simple. But also very effective like the so it's give us give it give us. Some more information on how training so hard how that has completely shifted over the past few years in even up to this to this point. Now, where your new mom, how your mind set has shifted how your outlook on just diet and exercise in lifestyle? Tell us until the listeners, you know, the struggles e faces you know, training so hard to having so much time and having so much energy to now a grown woman, you know, kind of flake business, Ron. His you know, trying to just trying to make and yet, you know, make make it to the end of the day trying to manage all that time. It's tough. It's really tough and in coming from a background of training so hard for so long for so many hours out of the day. It was it was my job that was my job to do that. And I just I just don't have the time anymore to do it. I, and I know that everybody listening to this your you're they're married. You might have a kid. You probably have a job, you probably are busy. There's a million things going on in our lives. And we all wanna be healthy. It's not that. You don't want to be healthy. You just sometimes you just don't know what to do or your overwhelmed. It's gonna take forever. It's you end up just not doing anything, and I really found that that need for people of hate. How can we just get you to move more? That's the only thing that matters is just move more. So you obviously have a background in competitive sports, you know, years and years of aggressive lifting. So somebody who. Never been exposed to that. I've been exposed to because I've trained Olympia NHS trained. Gold medalists have trained World Series champions over the past twenty years. I know the intensity that these athletes have to go through. Surprised at they're they're still walking because the the amount of work and not crazy, and they're not crazy or or in a wheelchair because they've their bodies through so much for somebody who's never been exposed to that and pretty much never been exposed to exercise. What's what are some good ways that or is there anything that they can relate to when it comes to that type of lifestyle like that? I don't know if I'm asking the question correctly, but for someone who's never been exposed to that how how important or how impactful did that lifestyle. Make. I don't know if I'm making any sense. I think I can kind of understand what you're asking. So I came from the heavy lifting the long cardio too something. Now, we're I'm doing stuff and under under ten minutes. I'm done. It's not almost like you're going backwards. Yeah. And people would say, hey, you're going backwards. But you know, I say, it's I'm going for efficiency, I'm going for efficiency. And not everybody has that time until it really affected me in the way to find something that worked just as good as doing all of that. Now granted it's different. It's different. And I felt different. I was not as mobile, and I wasn't as I would say like life flexible, and that's kind of the biggest thing is like I wanna be able to bend down and play with my daughter and not feel like, you know, my back semi throw. I want to have the flexibility in being able to do, you know shorter body weight workouts that aren't so stressful on my joints in my in just just my body in general, it helps me to be more flexible in my life. So I can. Do things that I wanna do better. That's that's my goal now is how can I stay fit and just keep doing what I love to do. Hey, if you want the free corps killers report than just texts core. Two three four five three four five. That's core. C O R E two three four five three four five. And you'll get a text for me asking for your Email..
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"Yourself, but you're entire community your family everybody. So introduce yourself who are you? That is a strong intro. But my name's merits shirk in. I am with spelled training. I am a new mom. I actually just moved pretty close to where where we are here today, but I'm just super excited to be here. I've been in the health and fitness industry for about. Twelve years. I started playing water polo in college and went on to train with a lot of the Olympics that you see now. So I definitely got my butt kicked couple times. So I know what it's like to rebuild and be down. But you know, it's a it's all about taking that next step. So I'm super excited to be here guys, or we're going to have you here over the next thirty twenty minutes, or so we're just gonna give you a bunch of information for it's it's kind of plies to women, but I wanna say it applies to men as well. Because obviously what you're going to share with us is as universal. It's it's not. It's nothing new is just how you deliver it and apply. It is is war were like the truth in the secrets lie. So let's get right into it. So the number one thing that women now I want to parenthesis, you know, men too. Because what do we need to do as we age so Meredith tell us a little bit more about the type of training? You went through, you know, from where you know, you started at young athlete, and then college in how egg-shaped you into motherhood, and where you're where you're at now with your business, right? You know, it's been quite a journey. So I started off playing water polo in high school, and surfing and swimming. And when I was playing collegiate water polo a lot of what we did was Olympic style lifting really heavyweight really low rep. And then we would do a lot of cardio with swimming. When I got out of college. I was actually on track to be a doctor, and I thought okay, it's gonna be too much time. And I can't impact people the way I want to right away. So I said I'm gonna go ahead and start my own personal training business. But I wanna put a spin on it. I came from like, I said heavy lifting a lot of cardio. And I said, you know, what I don't wanna do that anymore. I don't wanna spend hours in the gym. I don't wanna spend hours doing crazy amounts of cardio. I wanna get the most I can't out of the shortest possible time working out without injuring myself. Because you can also do it. The completely wrong way by doing crazy high intensity exercises and not doing the right way. So you end up injuring yourself. So that was kind of the the roundabout way of how I came to the style of workouts that I do now it's been very impactful for me because I am a new mom so time is something I do not have. So I really wanted to create something for myself that I could use to feel in great shape in the shortest amount of time possible and also share with as many people that I could so start a little bit more about spelt training for self. What is felt so I came up the name spelled actually didn't come up with it at all. My dad used to say when I was swimming and surfing on his you're looking really spelt in that means like very thin and fit and healthy. And so let's let's think about this as I'm coming out of college thinking like, okay, I've got business. I need a name. You know, that was kind of like the biggest things what's the name of this business going to be? And I thought you know, what spelt training, and it's not just about. Spelt being your body..