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In switch, South Africa to give health workers J&J vaccine
"Pandemic continues to leave its mark across the globe. With new variants raising more concerned. Here's ABC News correspondent Ian Pannell officials in South Africa announcing that starting next week, frontline health care workers will be receiving the single dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine. Despite not being approved for use yet the news coming after South Africa announced plans to scrap you, said the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine, saying it doesn't work on the South African variance in mild to moderate cases. Johnson and Johnson's highly anticipated vaccine awaiting an emergency use authorization in the U. S, but has yet to be approved anywhere in the world. But already the Johnson and Johnson CEO suggesting people may need to get the vaccine every year just to keep up with the mutate. Shins. And now this morning, the U. K is on alert for two new covert 19 variants. The more concerning mutation only found in limited numbers being called the Bristol variant. Early data shows it could share characteristics of the South African mutation that may impact the effectiveness of some vaccines. The experience of our colleagues in South Africa indicate That even if you've been infected with the original virus that there is a very high rate of reinfection Azzam, or emergency testing's carried out in parts of Britain, strict new travel restrictions also being imposed with up to 10 years in jail and thousands of dollars in fines for breaking quarantine rules. This as the more contagious original UK variant spreads across the U. S, though, so far no evidence it weakens the vaccine's effectiveness.
"pannell" Discussed on Podcast Insider
"Think the one thing he just says you distilled it down. He got right down into into the guts I think. That's what a lot of podcasters I least. I hope they strive to do when they're trying to share information with their audiences and. You can distill it or take that from someone's commentary and apply it to your own process. I think that's. That's awesome so. You, so you've been at this now. You know if if I look at my notes here, you're windy windy. You hit two years because you started in two thousand eighteen with between the slides, and now you're You're you've been doing the people process progress shows two thousand nineteen. When when do you actually hit your two year? Mark September so you're fast approaching that then so how are you feeling? Then? With twenty seven episodes with the people progress people process progress show. Are you doing one a week every couple of weeks? How you doing your? You know how you planning out your your stack and how you put out. Doing typically weekly I've done some work. I've done a couple in a week whether it was kind of a short blurb again. My two cents and guests are a longer kind of review or distilled version and that's what they says. Some subjects are hard to still way down into. You know fifteen thirty minute bites. In so weekly as kind of the standard, but that's one thing I'm looking at two again. To continue to provide value is look at you. Know of the two big hats I've worn. You know I'm not going to get away from that. Because it's you know, it's definitely a smoother delivery and more relevant. If I'm talking about things I'm familiar with other than ordination to because even when I interview folks, you know when they come on I, still can relate it to different things, but to also may be do kind of a planning thing, and isn't major public safety thing, and then a project management short things each week. Pleasant interview every couple of weeks so. Still kind of streamlining the format. Again based on feedback that I get, but but weekly is the standard of the that abused for her right. Awesome!.
"pannell" Discussed on Podcast Insider
"Everyone, welcome to podcast insider. My name is Todd Cochran of course I'm joined by my co host Mr Mike Del Hijo Mike doone. Good friend to stay busy limits not been a problem, so it's very very true, so you know I'm looking at your background for those of you watching live you. You're using a new skype trick year You GotTa Blueberry background today. I found a new trick in skype for being the background I. Don't know when they added that, but I just found it. It's actually not a bad key. It's you know not bad at all so anyway. We're getting to see Mike live with for those of you listening. You're not but for C. and Mike with blueberry pants plants in the background, so we're GONNA. Have to get you a logo or something to put back there. That'll. It'd be better. For today a lot of fun. Hey, when we've got a great showing to get some news. Best Practices Course stuff going on here, blueberry a great interview with Kevin Panel. It's for the people process progress podcast I'll try to say that three times really fast. Great interview the Blueberry podcast. And, of course we've got some support stuff to talk about as well. I'm though as a reminder we You can be on this show all. You GotTa do a Senate and email to myself. Mike McKenzie Todd Mike. McKenzie AT BLUEBERRY DOT COM. And we can get you on the show and Talk about your podcast. Off Mike. What's going on? CBS CBC? OR CBS? Radio CBC Up in Canada is repurposing the Oh wiretap radio show that they put out in two thousand four up two thousand fifteen. They're going to be releasing season six through eleven as podcasts, so be fifty seven episodes. That'll be pretty cool to be a weekly half hour show and And what was that show about? I'm not really sure I haven't listened to it. was. Able to repurpose then if they're able to put it out currently. Yeah, it's some sort of like a story I WANNA say it's like a detective story thing but. It's a very similar to the podcast called heavyweight that Gimblett. Put out so and I'm not familiar with that either so. So well, that's cool well, lots of coming out of Canada we're. We're talking a lot of folks in Canada right now, but spotify you know I. I always tell podcasters. Be careful what you wish for. and. It's the first time I've actually.
Coronavirus: US suspends travel from Brazil for foreigners
"Through coronavirus cases arising in Latin America A. B. C.'s Ian Pannell says Brazil is the hardest hit control hospitals and morgues and our capacity even mass graves have been dug for the growing ranks of the dead this is Brazil's president Bolsonaro attended another massive anti lockdown rally Sunday a post wearing a mask but later taking a toll greeting supporters at the White House is already banned travel from Brazil with the exception of American citizens who were returning to the US from that
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson in intensive care with COVID-19
"Minister Boris Johnson remains hospitalized with coronavirus here's ABC's Ian Pannell Boris Johnson remains in intensive care for a second night in prison was fined the corona virus without its leader prince William tweeting that he hopes for a speedy recovery president trump saying Americans will pray for him Joseph full communications chief will Waldron spoke with his friend just last week telling ABC news Boris is a fighter he's a reluctant patient he doesn't wear all this very well the queen's sending
"pannell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Pannell in London in Great Britain more than six thousand have died from the corona virus with close to fifty six thousand confirmed cases now the latest traffic and weather together right now no new reports of any accidents or delays now the latest forecast from a train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW we're looking at a chance of severe storms as we head to the overnight low sixty one now coming up on Wednesday gradual clearing and windy high is seventy five at night rain likely your chance of storms hello forty five from your severe weather station of nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh news radio seven hundred WLW radar showing a mostly clear sky our current temperature seventy one degrees the Ohio department of health announcing an increase in cases and deaths of the corona virus total cases are now nearing forty eight hundred doctor in the act and says that number comes with limited testing we still are looking at about fifty thousand tested we're still facing shortages of different testing reagents different task kids but we're really maximizing the testing as best we can twenty five more deaths were reported today the number climbed to one hundred sixty seven Ohio residents during the ongoing pandemic can now get alcohol with their carry out orders governor Mike DeWine said today the two pre packaged drinks are permitted with each carry out order provided the restaurant has a liquor license the state has lost nearly seven hundred million dollars in restaurant revenue since they were close to in person traffic due to the cover nineteen outbreak that we'll see this new emergency role will stay in effect until the stay at home water is lifted Kentucky governor Andy Beshear announced the one hundred forty seven new confirmed cases of coronavirus and seven new desk this afternoon the total cases now stand at over one and now stand at one thousand one hundred forty nine and there are now sixty five deaths the governor said Kentucky nursing homes are an area of concern going forward in the pandemic we have fifty five residents in twenty one health care facilities that have already tested positive for the coronavirus we're gonna do everything we can to make sure the corona virus doesn't get into these facilities and we take significant action when it does we have twenty two staff right now that have tested positive and we lost eleven Kentuckians there were in some form of long term care facilities those where all residents none of those our staff the Green River correctional complex in western state hospital are other locations that are more than a dozen cases but no deaths at this time Indiana has surpassed fifty five hundred total cases of the corona viruses state also announcing new desk today is the total now sits at one hundred seventy three for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio appetite the podcast app for the latest news and information our next update is at ten o'clock I'm John Gallagher news radio seven hundred WLW right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but will the uncertainty of current world news drag down the whole market you need answers and that's why you should call the area's real estate authorities Serra and Debbie Reynolds the Reynolds team with Keller Williams realty just one five minute call with the rental team will empower you to learn and get options on what will work best for your situation the Reynolds team have a proven and trusted track record spanning thirty years yes the Wall Street journal named cerra and Debbie one of the top real estate teams in the country yes they get their sellers top dollar and yes the rental team will guarantee to sell your home at list price or they'll pay the difference don't risk losing your home's equity get your questions answered by real estate experts the Reynolds team at eight hundred nine three zero eleven ninety seven eight hundred nine three zero eleven ninety seven and online at Debbie has the buyers dot com attention drivers who planned across the bay bridge all westbound lanes are now open the right lane has re opened one year ahead of schedule the Maryland Transportation Authority would like to thank our motorists communities and local.
"pannell" Discussed on Between the Slides
"Organizations. You're aware of around the country because were national international here role particularly in France. Shut up France a lot of French. People listening I didn't take. I took French actually in school. So how about the WO- Tek Groups Richmond here and then other other places outside of Virginia how I got involved with women and technology and rich men through RV tech. Because I went to the first conference that they had of so excited. Like four women and technology So I was super excited about that and I went to the first conference then I think after that like maybe one or two years after that I started to get involved now. This is where I go back to my seasons. I wasn't at a place in my life because I had kids that I could give a lot of extra commitments outside of work so I went but then I wanted to participating give back and help because it kind of was becoming more seasoned to my own career realized the things that I experienced women just weren't quite talking about as much and I wanted to share that like I wanNA share just about being a a working mom and about you know challenges that you have the only woman at the table so I started. Coordinate coordinating the yearly kind of big conference with them so actually even when. I started here. I continue to be on the Board for the last twenty nine hundred zero tech event. So that's why I was going back to Richmond and then when I came here I went to the first event here. People were really excited about it. I don't think it had been as lively as ours They were like. Hey we want to keep this going when it keep the conversation going and this is good and I was like. You're not already doing this so I kinda raise my hand and said I can help like I've done this. Here's what we need to do. So the WO- tech maturity in Richmond is very different than the low tech. You know it's just a matter of time. I mean it took US eight years to get to almost eight hundred participants in our last conference. So now we're starting here and we're dealing with numbers that are like more like forty or fifty So that's done process. They are to realizing you're going from a huge thing and this is a foundation. Yeah yeah I mean because Aaron Generals just gone through a lot of growth? We're trying to bring more companies here So I just felt like this was an option for me to give back here to give again. Our goal right now is to build that village to create a village where people women and men honestly can can come and support each other and learn from each other so we can pick up the phone. You know this is what I miss right now. With my village in Richmond we still taxed a strong game. You know having that somebody you can get a coffee or wine with is huge so get involved right so your professional development and personal really can happen Professional particularly at work but outside of work. you'll have conversations and I'm not I'm not good at. This is one of the things you need to do. Better at obviously getting out of the house and that kind of stuff but but networking with whether it's the groups or men and technologies religious every other technology But doing that as well. But but you'll have different conversations than you will when you're in the office with someone that's at the same company because we get the different perspective right of what they do. Good or bad what you'd like or don't like you're not in your office within earshot right. So that's its own. I mean that's a tone bonus you I think the you know the other thing I would just throw a plug in there for really quick is if you are a man and you care about actually supported and being an ally for women go to those meetings unless it says women only all of them are open Go and hear how you can help get a different perspective. But you're asking about other groups so outside of Um usually like tech councils in the area usually have women and technology groups There's other counselors it through like a metre chamber or clear it's running for council in your area or something. Okay it actually. If you Google you can find time in your area or Women who code is another really strong organization. I love their also global nice now. They're focused on very specific. Like let me help you with tech skills. But it's still another village of women that are hands on keyboard that are supportive and helping you grow and they're doing some great campaigns spots if you follow them on facebook or twitter what's what's women. Who Code Code W. O. T. H. FOR WO tack? If you look that up an area okay nice. Oh there's folks out there gonNA Ladies Experience Women in the industry and he sees an of life. You're on the Lincoln. Ten spoke to you there at Wendy W indy. I L A. N. N. E. L. L. So and I think you'll be glad to Metro folks or answer questions Thank you for everything. Happy International Women's Day you took over the Krona Vira spot with all with that. Because everyone's getting on that. So thank you everybody out there listening that has liked followed at Cetera. Pretty Awesome relaunch of the podcast. Because if you're listening Great number ten with my wife. He's never won. Like how do that Thank you family and friends and all the mentors that Wendy mentioned all our village all our friends. Y'All know who you are. You've been house probably many times. The vice versa. So thank you very much anything you want to close it out with on this International Women's Day give you the last word. There's a strong woman. That's a good one so international woman's Day this year their focus is each for equal and the same as an equal world is an abled world. So it's really talking about. How are we gonNA celebrate women's achievements so my action or take away would be that you know tomorrow when you get back into the office just you know take a moment and recognize a woman in your office give them a shout out And help them to find their voice if they don't already have one that's pretty well set. Thanks everybody for Listen Godspeed..
Americans released from cruise ship can't return to U.S. yet
"U. S. coronavirus patients in Japan aboard that quarantine cruise ship will not be able to come home once they're cleared at least not until they jump through a couple of hurdles ABC's senior foreign correspondent Ian Pannell is on site in Yokohama with the story U. S. embassy here in Japan singers contacted only American patients still in hospital here telling them they're going to have to test negative twice with a twenty four hour gap in between before they can even think about booking flights home
"pannell" Discussed on KOMO
"Ian Pannell protests in Ukraine as it brings it home from China the full room of the find of the returnees were infected with the virus violent clashes with police a sign of the spreading global fit around nineteen hundred dollars a flight carrying two hundred and sixty eight people from the western dam crews turned away from landing in Turkey the flights carrying several Americans forced to land in Amsterdam even though passengers have been cleared of the disease this has more passengers disembark from the other cruise line the diamond princess here in Japan Japanese officials confirming the total posts two cases of covert nineteen aboard the ship now more than six hundred and thirty passengers some health experts cooling the quarantine on board a diabolical after officials appeared to fail to hold the spread of the potentially deadly disease I just think there was so much cross contamination more than seventy Americans were infected with the virus on the ship among them John herring he's still in Japan and doesn't know when he'll get home not representative Joel and his wife Melanie view top would put some pulled the diamond princess but after Joan came down with the virus he was taken off last week and the hospital calls thank you to hospital fifteen minutes later shut up with your the couple making the difficult decision to have Melanie leave a husband in Japan and evacuation along with over three hundred other Americans now frustrated by what he says is a lack of information from the U. S. embassy in Iran away marring I'm gonna keep S. as in Sam three cases of coronavirus tripling in the last three days with two hundred and four now in fact yeah breaking career is exactly what health officials have been warning about could happen next in this case it was just one woman who authorities are calling a so called super spreader infecting dozens of people in a church and now and then tell us if the on high alert as a number of cases is expected to go even higher A. B. C.'s Ian panel the flu is taken an estimated fourteen thousand lives in the United States alone this flu season but the CDC says the vaccine is still the best way to prevent the illness A. B. C.'s Yuni Han has more the flu vaccine has been just as effective for the two thousand nineteen twenty twenty season as it has been in the past the CDC estimates of flu vaccine is fifty percent effective against influenza B. and thirty seven percent effective against influenza Hey its overall effectiveness against any virus that forty five percent rising to fifty five percent for children aged six months to seventeen years that group's been hit particularly hard this season with ninety two deaths this year's flu season is also the earliest since the two thousand nine influenza a or H. one N. one pandemic you neon ABC news a third of parents are now delaying immunization for their children A. B. C.'s day Freiberg splaine summary university researchers looking at more than fifteen thousand children under nineteen months nationwide found only sixty three percent were given vaccines on time twenty three percent had a limited number of shops or skipped at least one vaccine and another fourteen percent did not comply with recommendations fifty eight percent or up to date on all immunizations by nineteen through thirty five months the study highlights of misinformation about vaccines in recent years and reservations about giving too many at one time Dave Schreiber A. B. C. news a defense department agency reportedly suffered a data breach that potentially compromised social security numbers according to Reuters the defense information systems agency or dicer sent letters to individuals who may have been affected by the breach last year the agency offered free credit monitoring to victims and noted it would add security protocols to prevent future data breaches dieser provides information technology and communications support to the president the military and any individual or system that contributes to the defense of the United States mark Mayfield reporting to twenty church business news Houston Jasco with technology shares pacing the decline stocks finished the Friday session broadly lower the tech heavy nasdaq composite skidded one.
Coronavirus chaos: Brutal riots erupt as furious Ukrainians attack evacuees from Wuhan, Turkey denies landing permission
"Pannell protests in Ukraine as it brings it home from China the full room of the find of the returnees were infected with the virus violent clashes with police a sign of the spreading global fit around nineteen hundred dollars a flight carrying two hundred and sixty eight people from the western dam crews turned away from landing in Turkey the flights carrying several Americans forced to land in Amsterdam even though passengers have been cleared of the disease this has more passengers disembark from the other cruise line the diamond princess here in Japan Japanese officials confirming the total posts two cases of covert nineteen aboard the ship now more than six hundred and thirty passengers some health experts cooling the quarantine on board a diabolical after officials appeared to fail to hold the spread of the potentially deadly disease I just think there was so much cross contamination more than seventy Americans were infected with the virus on the ship among them John herring he's still in Japan and doesn't know when he'll get home not representative Joel and his wife Melanie view top would put some pulled the diamond princess but after Joan came down with the virus he was taken off last week and the hospital calls thank you to hospital fifteen minutes later shut up with your the couple making the difficult decision to have Melanie leave a husband in Japan and evacuation along with over three hundred other Americans now frustrated by what he says is a lack of information from the U. S. embassy in Iran away marring I'm gonna keep S. as in Sam three cases of coronavirus tripling in the last three days with two hundred and four now in fact yeah breaking career is exactly what health officials have been warning about could happen next in this case it was just one woman who authorities are calling a so called super spreader infecting dozens of people in a church and now and then tell us if the on high alert as a number of cases is expected to go even higher A. B. C.'s
"pannell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Of his career ABC's Ian Pannell social media executives are on Capitol Hill heads of Facebook Google and Twitter at a Senate hearing on mass violence an online extremism you're listening to ABC news. and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK I'm John Byrne idea ten oh two with your top local stories a bill that would remake the gig economy is now sitting on governor Gavin Newsom's desk Newsome has signaled he will sign the bill but Sacramento state finance professor Sonjay larceny says a Goober is making a case it will not comply and would not have to comply if the bill becomes law both sides are trying out you know what they think is is made may it may actually be the solution authored by assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez AB five would force companies like uber to reclassify independent contractors as employees uber lift and door dash you're spending ninety million dollars to take the issue to voters on the twenty twenty ballot the Catholic Church is ready to settle claims with victims of sexual abuse victims in Sacramento and five other diocese can now file to have their claim settled with the church rather than taking legal action the diocese of Sacramento Fresno Los Angeles orange and San Bernardino and San Diego are all part of the program the payouts are settlements and victims who agreed to the settlements would not be able to sue and the San Francisco forty Niners are no longer in charge of managing Levi stadium the Santa Clara stadium authority on Tuesday opted to end an agreement that allowed the Niners to run the arena for non football events stadium authority officials say the agreement ended for several reasons including allegations that the team booked events that lost millions of dollars and failed to pay prevailing wages. traffic.
"pannell" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil
"I mean, people don't realize that they just they just watch his spectators rather than understanding what actually is going on yet. Because if you watch the screen, it does look a little bit suspect because the clock runs out and then it's resetting while you're playing, right. But that's the quick what's on the cross, and it's being Hetty and quick in thinking back probably should've taken time. Right? The two seconds. Maybe we set up a play years on we could have. I could've call the time out. I don't know if we. Had one. But yeah, I mean, a lot of teams would probably like let the ball sit for a little bit. Yeah, and listen, I've, I've said this before. Obviously we're both incredibly partial playing for team USA. So we try to look at it objectively, but I'll say if I was on Team Canada, I would have argued. I mean, that's that's what you do in sports. And the other thing right now is everyone's talking about the offsides call. Yeah, but like my my big thing with that is like, listen, okay, I get it. Maybe it was a wrong call. I personally think they may be too many men because six guys in one small area, the field there, I figured out how to be an attacking by the goal. Yeah, we'd have to get a wide shot to find that out, but that happened that three minutes, you still got to play three minutes. Like regardless it happens, it's over refs. Make bad calls rests. Make wrong calls. It happened throughout that game happens every game. Yeah, you still have to play what's happening in that moment. Bottom line was Canada's still needed to defend for five more seconds. Yeah. And I think I think where we're that one guy. Inflamed is is that it was towards the back end of the fourth quarter. There's there's calls it or miss throughout an entire game. There was a major offsides call that was appropriated incorrectly in the final four. But it was like the second quarter of the game. I remember being like, wow, it may have been too many men was. We were sitting on the field for that game. I think it was one of the games at Yale was in and, and so anyway, point being is that you know, as things get tighter and the closer you get the, but objectively bad calls a bag on they take place throughout the entire. So final moments that'll be one of the biggest if not the biggest of your career. I mean, it's the biggest win. Another one. Now, this is still the biggest gain. Is he still the biggest one? Because and that's not even that, you know, I, it's great. I would have been just as happy as if you know someone else passing the ball. You know how we are man. We talked all the time, the stress and pressure that we put on our selves as athletes playing at the highest level and that you know, we, we talked about how we don't enjoy it enough, and we're just constantly trying to get that next one for someone like me to have gone owned to in world games who've been tough. Man, I would have been, I would have been in a in a tough place and I know it's something that we discuss and try and help each other with. You know, from time to time, it's just kinda handling that mentally. But I mean that's going to be the top of my career think ever just because of how badly I wanted that gold medal more than anything else yet. And I think for athletes that for all of us that lose monumental games and and. Win big wants to and then play poorly in play. Well, I've spent a lot of time with recently talking about confidence, and one thing that you've shared with me is like, hey, Paul. Remember you have caught thousands of lacrosse balls. You've scored hundreds maybe a thousand goals over thousands here. Yeah, I guess that's right to be. And so like remember that and it's very, very fundamental for me to hear that because in sports we talk about being in the zone, talk about being in the flow state and how you can manufacture that..
"pannell" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil
"So the the, the moment that that ended all things for the tournament in a positive way for us was your assisted Tom Schreiber with point five seconds. Laughter. However, the fabric kept it Thailand that game was back and forth. It was similar to our, our round Robin game where except we had the lead for most of the round Robin game. They came back and took it, and we ended up taking it back with a minute left in this one they were leading for most the game, and then we tied it on a couple of occasions and winning it. In the final moments, what was that last five and a half seconds like for you? Because we were able to get a couple of shots prior to you take in the ball in having took a shot. I took a shot. Jordan took a shot, and then Tom took to the Tom shots were both off of your feet. Yeah. And the Jordan. One. Was like yours off dodge, right? Jordan came up from accent fed me and I took a step down step down and then he then he took it again. He came around dodge shot, had his helmet knocked off. Then you picked up because actually what was unique in to your earlier point around trusting your teammates is I picked it up and give the Jordan when he came around to bingo. So Jordan took the first dodge fed me. I took a shot missed high, pick it up. You pick it up, give it back to Jordan. Oh, you see, he has a good match. It's a great shot on the radar step had his helmet dislodged then by because of that rotation, you're the sole attack minute axe. So everything works out. So what was going through your head there? I know it happened so quick and usually athletes just act on instinct..
"pannell" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil
"He was a co, founder of runs their Manet and is an executive is a communist state in in China. And and he said something that was interesting, and I'll connect it back to the kibbutz. But he had said that in the US there's this negative connotation associated with the communist state. And he said, we don't think about it that way and and the caboose is are are basically adopting that same methodology where they all share and activities. They all share their pot and they and they live a very fulfilling and communal life. So we were part of it and arquebuses that we were in which was in chef, I'm which is fifteen minutes. North of Netanya, which is where we played our games. There was a thousand residents in that area. It didn't feel that way though we had our own little quarters, which was great. Yeah. And so every morning we get up as a group, we'd have breakfast, and then our itenerary were consist of team film session review. From the prior game, we'd have a practice. And then once we got a thick of things that are seven games in ten days, seven zero nine, not ten, seven games in ten days. So for someone who is as fit as you in the training? It was. It was a, it was a lot easier. He's working out a few times. In between. So talk about. Well, let's let's let's reminisce on our room. It was. We're sitting here in in hotel as I mentioned earlier in Frisco getting ready for our game tonight. And there are full beds in front of us to to full beds. We had two twins that half the size. Yep. The rumors about half the size. We couldn't afford to rollover on our mattress. Now we would have hit the ground. Yeah, we slept well, I guess. I mean, I don't know. We slept well because we were so physically and mentally drained. I walked away from this world games really interesting. Having having one, it's the ultimate climax through your experience.
"pannell" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil
"So ten AM. The other thing that's evolved for you is your nutrition and I'll let you share it, but you're working out basically on a empty stomach clearly have the okay, walk me through it. A lot of people can't grasp that and you listen to your body gets used to anything. So I injure mitt and fasting. And I'll be honest, I, I've, since we were in Israel, I, I definitely have not done as everyday circumstances which will touch on a little bit different. But what I'm in New York when I'm in my everyday routine, I'm doing it and it's a stop eating at eight PM the night before and you know, have my vitamins, whatever. Go to bed. Wake up in the morning, drink a ton of water. You know, thirty ounces. You're so right off the bat, and then you have black coffee. I've been trying not to do it as much, but they said you can have coffee, and then I'm working at ten AM in the first meal. I'm gonna eat is at twelve AM so I'm working on am twelve pm told me a new. Yeah, so it's they don't out of Duggan's the signs that much. I do listen to podcasts on it, and you know, intermittent fasting fasting in general has been said to cure diseases. For people and cancer and completely changed their diet. But what it does is your facet cardio when you start to work out at ten AM because you have no food and your body to use as energy. So you start to breakdown fat, and you're using fat as a resource of energy, and it's burning fat a lot quicker as opposed to using the breakfast that you just ate. Yup. Yeah. There's a lot of benefit that I've listened to as you mentioned across podcasts. There's a psychological element to that. I've heard Terry crews talked about that doesn't admit fasten which his window. Usually it's a sixteen hour window. He eats for eight hours. So yes, sixteen hours eight hours during the day when he talks about it with intermittent fasting is is taking control over his body and his mind in his stomach and often how they are dictating to us what we need. And he says that once he tried it and really took control back from his body, that was the. The primary benefit that he's taken so much more mental for him? Yeah, like I can. Do. You know, I can do this. Yup. Is I'm telling myself? Yup, I never thought it would like that. Yeah. So world games we get off of intermittent fasting see into and we were roommates we were than we were Mason. And so we had an out in the Middle East. We my home country, not by origin, but my dad's one hundred percent Lebanese so is our first time in the Middle East. But I say that because Mediterranean food is outstanding unbelievable, and we definitely had our fair share morning lunch dinner, and and that was particularly beneficial for me because you get great proteins. Great, great. Carbs, saturated, fats, but talk about some of the things when you reflect on the kibbutz. You can even explain that that that we're fun and a big part of the experience. Yeah. I mean, so the kibbutz a lot of people. Probably be Nordica butts is, but there's about a thousand KEB is in the Middle East, you know in Israel and it's basically like a communal area that people live in and they operate themselves and everyone in the caboose has their income whenever it be from job or whatever. And they all put into one pot and they split it up evenly. So if Paul's making five hundred thousand and I'm making two hundred thousand well guess what ball we're both making three fifty now. Butts in the Middle East. It's more like five hundred dollars fifty. But yeah, they, I mean, they call it and they work it. You know, they're working the cafeteria. They have a grocery store. They have a haircut, I, it's, I listened to Joe Cy talk on Recode and obviously Alibaba..
"pannell" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil
"I usually train at ten AM and it's usually a thirty five forty minute workout. You know, go to equinoxes with Brian and we'll discuss beforehand what we're gonna. Do you know whether it's the night before the morning, and there's three things that we usually utilize more than anything. And that's the dead lift. It's the rower and the assault bike. And I think between those three exercises and then throwing other stuff in there were moving the entire time. It's, you know, there's no time for breaks. There's no time for, you know, really isolating any body parts. It's full body. It's three to four times a week, and you're moving the entire time. So we're getting our cardio in there a little bit as well. So I think we're able to accomplish everything that we want in a shorter period of time because of the fact that we're hitting every body part and I and I've seen, you know, I've done it both ways. You know, you do your collar. You do your high school training which is like. I'm going to do one party today, right? And then we go and do arms or shoulders into your college training, which is a little bit more everything, but you still kind of have leg day upper body day to now we're done full body and kept it moving, kept a shorter and the results I've seen are I've just been, you know, far greater than anything I've seen before yet. Two things jump out at me. One is be really intentional about your workouts in you. Schedule it in advance, so you know what you're doing. That's so important like people that walk into Jim without a plan, you're going to waste twenty minutes guaranteed right there, walking around figuring out what you're doing. Yeah. A distraction to the Dow I'll highlight is cellphone. Oh, especially inbetween reps is the worst. They get him between wraps hop on your cell phone. All of a sudden five minutes have gone by and the whole workouts cooked. Yeah. The second is adding competition. So you keep mentioning you train with Brian and when you're at tone house, you would oftentimes bring a lot of Emo Al guys over. So how important is that. And and I've talked about it at a lot of our events with younger kids, like adding layers. Competition doesn't mean you have to have a partner there while that's the easiest way to create a competitive atmosphere. You can time yourself.
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"But the level that you've taken it to now is is beyond what I think most professional athletes even do. Yeah, you know, I look at. To where I've how I've gotten to where I've gotten in. It's to me, it was, you know, we talked about me find a lot of sports the hand. I always had great hand. I, you know, is from the time I could walk and you know, ride a bike, did everything very exceleron when I was younger just because I, I had that I can three years old. I was shooting on a ten foot basketball hoop, and just that was great. But when I got that kind of middle point, my life middle school might first few years of high school where I kinda hit a lull because physically I wasn't there and what got me back to, you know that uptrend was me committing to being a better athlete, you know, not just on the field, but in the weight room going to attract, you know, I'll just be in basketball season my senior year of high school and on Sundays when we had our day off, I was waking up at eight AM. My dad was taking me to work with a speed trainer at a track and it was freezing cold, but I was like, this is what I need for the cross season. So I guess my. Love for fitness develops then because I saw this is what I needed to to get that next level. When I started to see success, I was like, all right, I gotta keep going in the weight room. I gotta keep grinding out here and being my best year in college. I was one of the highest squats in the team in bench press, and I just embraced it and how did I get to that? I needed to be consistent with it, not just going into the weight room once or twice a week, but going in there three or four times now I just kind of looked at everything that I'm doing. I'm like, how much better am I going to get as lacrosse players far as shooting and passing? You know, I, I've been playing this game for twenty years and. There's always ruin the be good and and be sharp, all margin margins, right? So what can I do? And I just got back to that fitness aspect and realizing that, you know, I'm going to be twenty eight years old going to be twenty nine and being in the best physical shape as possible feeble to handle that and just kinda got a new found love for it. You know, my friend, Brian, the city, and you know, we, we started Arlen sessions, plays tone house, kind of brought it back out in me and it became fun. You know, it wasn't just going into a gym and sitting in a squat record. Benchpress Raqi was it was moving. It was quick athletic and it was competitive and the kind of brought out, you know, we, we only playing lacrosse in the summers and on the weekends, and it kinda brought out the competitive aspect of me. That training aspect to me, you know, all week long all year long. And I've noticed with you to, there's usually conversation like, what do you do off-season or lease of me off season training versus in season and it varies, but you've kept it consistent. So in an ideal training day, let's. It's it's rule out a game. Sure. That's nearby. What's it look like for you? Yeah, it's pretty..
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"I think it was, you know, not so much myself even, you know, we both had great toward minutes, twenty fourteen. I mean we were personally United. We were lighting up the scoreboard in and we did a great job of that. But I think was that necessarily best for our offense because today need to rely on us at all times. Yeah. And I think that's something that we both changed this time around and did a great job of just playing within the offense and trusting the players around you. And I think that's something that I really had to work on over my career is trust the guys around me. And I guess in high school was always like, okay, I need the ball, my steak. I need to make a play, whether it's an assist goal guy makes them happen. Even Cornell to certain extent, you know, we didn't have the depth that we do now announce the lizard. Same thing, trusting that, you know, I don't have to make a play every time, and I think with team USA from fourteen to eighteen, that was something that I really had to work on something really commit to. And I think when you look at the games and the scoring raw fence, it was so evenly distributed guys, fifteen twenty twenty five points over the tournament. There was no guys that really separated themselves from the rest. So trusting my teammates and committing to that and realizing that I don't have to be the guy that has to make something happen every time I really tried to work on. And I think also, you know, as you know, my physical fitness aspect of game and just kind of being the best that I could be there and take that through level. I think you learn so much the fourteen eighteen and something I learned as well as just to not get too high, not get too low. It's a long, you know, one and a half, two weeks of being there, and he gets so excited about certain games, certain wins. But you know that you're really only there for one game, and I think I tried to stay calm and stay in the moment the entire time and realize that you know, there's bigger things would be accomplished here than beating Scotland or England by twenty goals. Yeah, I, I want to jump into your training, but the point that you bring up around trusting your teammates, you and I have talked about this at length at at the pro side of things at least as teammates for a number of years. But I just want to underscore that it's not trust in the traditional sense of like. Hey, you know, is this guy going to screw it up? Because I know both you and I have discussed our teammates. These are first team all Americans MO all pros, all world team players. It's not about that. What we've always discussed is it's more of like the desire that that you have in the in the belief in yourself to know that, hey, I can get to the net and score every time I have the bomb I stick. And so what it really is is like to to to acquiesce and and kind of know that I can do that, but so can the other guys. And I would even analogously look at USA basketball where you look at LeBron James now with the Lakers, but with the Cavs, the balls in his hand, every time up and down the floor and and with USA he gives it to Kobe. He gives it to Kevin Durant, and I guess no better team that doesn't now than the Golden State Warriors. But I think that's something that that a lot. Lot of really terrific athletes have to learn to be better at and and know that if you're listening and you're hearing a trusting other people, it's it's more about giving them their go in knowing that you know, while you can score with the ball on your stick that that so can they and and let's acquiesce and for the greater good to your training, though you have significantly ramped it up. I mean, I think it's it's been two or three years watching you since I came over to the lizards in twenty fifteen. What? What? What's the origin of that? Because you've always been terrific athlete and always worked out..
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"Yeah, I guess I just love it and it just kind of kept me saying that I I wasn't playing across all the time and allowed me to to do what I love what she's just play report. Yeah. And you know, there's nothing like playing golf in my opinion and being out there and it's just you, you know, you can't get mad at anybody else, but yourself and then basketball, you know, there's no sport that you get to move like that. And I was always in my best shape coming into lacrosse season after basketball seasons. Yeah. And and that's kinda where I got my roots and lacrosse from was basketball because my first people I got got me into lacrosse. TIMMY tranquil. His dad was my basketball coach and kind of like what position should I play? Where should I play? He's like what? You're the point guard in basketball, go behind the golden plaques, so. So it's kind of how it started. Did your dad ever play lacrosse now? He just he was baseball and football at Brown, and he kinda threw the ball around a little bit was fraternity brothers, but yeah, didn't really have any. He never played like competitively or that's like my dad. He, he uses basketball analogies to talk about our lacrosse games that we plan. What is your dad do? Well, he was my basketball coach show. I mean, going up, it was a lot him comparing it to other sports. Yeah, but he, I mean, look crosses his favorite sport right now. I think I mean, he doesn't watch as much. I catch him watching baseball every now, but but you and James are both excelling both play pro. You guys both had great college careers, James, Virginia, you're Cornell probably with James more than anything. My dad coached him. He didn't coach me on the cross. He coach my brother and that's really when he learned the sport. And so whenever you talk about the cross, you kinda, you know, he, he knows what just us lacrosse across. But so you talked about your mental edge in golf in how you thought about basketball transition? Lacrosse and your passion became across shortly after high school..
"pannell" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil
"So it was kind of and you're a great golfer Goff Gulf my whole life just as much as you practice across the board. You're scratch golfer almost almost. I'll get there one day. And what other sports did you play. So golf I played, you know, pie before any sport because as soon as I could stand, I of my dad, I mean swinging a club. Yeah, he did you think about playing golf in college? I played high school, but I never, I love across more and I guess I didn't play enough golf when I earlier. I always piss off my coaches because I choose like a, you know, thirty seven or thirty eight on it was nine home matches. But I would like a nine on a hole and he'd be like anybody. Why can't you just get like a sax on my because I try and go for the best shot go for the home runs. I was just, yeah, I would always try and like it like the impossible shot, but I played baseball. Tennis took private tennis lessons for a little while. A lot of hand eye and stick ball sports, you as a family, we played a lot of sports on vacations and stuff. So golf and tennis were those sports. We could play a lot of us at a time, and whenever we wanna be -cational is younger, we'd have, you know, we play doubles matches with my parents and my sister, and I and James kinda run around and smack the ball and be the fifth guy out there. But yeah, in basketball, I guess, is one of my loves as well that I played in high school and going up. So when did you commit fulltime to lacrosse? Did you play all the sports through high school? Did you like taper off? Like I did my sophomore year. Yeah, I played. I actually I cut from the basketball teams at junior, but I played freshman sophomore that probably senior year they went, oh, and seventeen. So. Sir. I wasn't that, but I just got straight on the cross, but I came back my senior year and started, and then I played golf for three years in high school, freshman, sophomore junior year, and then put football my senior year and then lacrosse every year you think I played three sports. Everybody's eligible sports is the way to go..
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"All right. Our p three PR, longtime common man, long time than Ryan on this podcast. For quite some time we've been trying to book it finally got a look. Yeah. Well, I've I've been trying to book you have in New York, and we've tried to do a during training camp then during the season. Now we're at the end of season here and we're sitting in Frisco Texas. I wanna say Dallas, but we're technically and Frisco begin going up for our final or second to last game, but coming off of a world championship, I wanna get to that spend the bulk of this podcast on that, but our p three, let's start. Let's start with three. Have you, you've always you word Cornell. She wear it in high school. I did. Why? Why was originally number ten in when I started playing the game, and when I moved from COMEX to Smithtown and moved to a new team and number ten was taken by the coach's son, so I couldn't get. At ten, and I think I think three for Babe, Ruth, how for Babe, Ruth. I was hoping. I play well, no choice and I was like, he had a choice and I was like, Babe, Ruth number three, boom. Let's go. Did you watch baseball growing up? I was baseball player. I was primarily that was like my sport growing up really before I switched lacrosse. Yeah, I love baseball. Yeah. What position in the lineup that I was a catcher and I often batted two or three, two or three? Yeah, she got on bases. Yeah. When did that one of the lacrosse takeover? Baseball, that's like a pretty big deal. By the way, I never played baseball when we were growing up. It was always across versus baseball because they're both spring sports. Yeah, it's alright. Hate baseball, hit baseball. Now you're like the poster child of baseball. Converting to cry. It's perfect. I guess I, I played baseball. I played them both for a while for like two years, which I guess was felt like allow. 'cause it was just like going from game to game. And then finally, when I, when I started really getting into a cross, I was playing for the fifth grade team and they asked him to play up, you know, for the sixth grade team, you know. Lot. So in the summer got busy and I was like, you know what? I think it's my thickest time new put baseball way, but baseball was my dad's sports..
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"I looked at the board and said, we've aboard in the stadium said juice Atkins. Yup. So I look at that and just like, you know, that's a Tomei debris. Great. Cotton had set that I'll pick for him and he caught it and putting the goal so. But I I completely like don't remember making the past. I don't remember seeing them open. I completely blacked out. Welcome to an all new episode of suiting up podcast, everyone, man, it feels good to be back. I've missed the dialogue. We intellectual stimulation your post pot feedback, and here we are. It's been a crazy few weeks since I shared the lead and episode to our world championships. If you haven't listened to that by the way, it's just the episode before this one. In just this past week, I took a twelve hour flight back from Tel Aviv Israel to New York City, and it was the federation of international across his thirteenth world championship. This isn't event that's hosted every four years pitting the best players in the world on behalf of their countries plant in a round Robin format than a single limitation playoff quick history. The world games has been around since nineteen sixty seven back then it was four teams. It was the US Canada, Australia, and England, and the US has won ten times and Canada. Three side note though lacrosse goes even further back. We're once an Olympic sport that was in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight Canada. Oh one. Both those times and the US sent Johns Hopkins as the Representative. So go Jays. This was my third world games. I played in twenty ten in Manchester England in two thousand fourteen in Denver, Colorado. In these past two weeks in the Tanya Israel in two thousand ten we won and in two thousand fourteen we lost. It's an insane tournament though we play seven games in ten days. Each game in country is intense. It's physical and skilled. We battled through often sleepless nights indefinitely in game injuries. Oh, on a side. Note on the sports growth. Oh, there were forty six nations competed in Israel. It's up from thirty eight in two thousand fourteen when the games are in Denver, Colorado, and taken us all the way back to nineteen ninety eight which were my personal favourite world games where the US and Canada went to multiple overtimes will ninety ninety eight. Those games had eleven participating countries shows are sports growth. This week's podcast will be one that reflects on the games with one of the world's..