19 Burst results for "Powerlift"

"powerlift" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership

Living Legacy Leadership

03:43 min | Last week

"powerlift" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership

"Specifically in brazil at the time that she was working with With her called zealots which are low income Essentially developments in in a place like brazil where she went out and she was working with a nonprofit that could actually support community survey to understand what are the needs and the communities that could be better served by the government or private sector organizations and And she was very innovative solution to get that information at the time it was palm pilots Later on now cellphones for that But was able to get young people into communities who knew how to use technology while who were trusted by community members instead of government workers who either might have been scared to go into some of these neighborhoods because some of the crime in the area so they actually weren't getting accurate data or the community numbers that you can talk to them and we give them false information. We knew actually working with the youth we could use technology. They were trusted. You get great information. And i actually helped to write a proposal to get funding for that initiative and able to go to brazil and then do a research study to see the effectiveness of that About program that we did with us in that community brazil. And i mean it was really amazing. We were able to get excellent Data from that community that were able to bring additional products from the government based on the needs of the community rather than either services at all or something that lives. You know ill-informed by Inaccurate data and when. I was in through bill I ended up meeting another social entrepreneur. who earning the thicky colbert and she runs. An organization called away. And i'd actually learned about her. On my master's program international comparative education at stanford..

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"powerlift" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership

Living Legacy Leadership

05:56 min | Last week

"powerlift" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership

"Of your your original small town upbringing and Tell us what you know how you sort of left that small town. Even though i suspect texans are never really leaves you to be texan. Wanted protection always texting right. Yeah i love when people ask me where i'm from i say i grew up in pleasanton texas. Which is the home of lively oak live oak which is a special type of oak tree which is very very beautiful deep roots very beautiful branches Home of live oak and friendly folks. And we're also and so you know and then i had a big smile because that's definitely implicitly the motto of our town and a- only seven thousand people where i grew up and so it was a small rural town about forty five minutes south of san antonio Everyone there everyone knew each other. You know routine went to the grocery store. You have to plan an extra hour to be not into your neighbor And that kind of that friendly attitude is something that's really stuck with me at something that I love learning about people. I love learning about their background. Where they're fun. Because i get really influences who you are and so that and getting so much support eating whether it's a local chamber of commerce Whether it was the local lions club. I was part of the four h. Club growing up. So i had my favorite thing i have to so belt..

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"powerlift" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership

Living Legacy Leadership

03:24 min | Last week

"powerlift" Discussed on Living Legacy Leadership

"Welcome to living legacy leadership where we explore discover and share insights tools and strategies for life. Well lived into elder hood. I'm your host. Donna cam brand author speaker legacy strategy coach and creator of the concept. Living legacy where you choose to live life on your own terms while contributing to people places and projects along your life journey. I believe that the life you live is the legacy you leave. Nothing yes i bring to each week all address. Some unique aspect of learning leadership or legacy. This helps you raise your own game as a leader in business in life and also showcases some extraordinary people who exemplify living legacy leadership at least once a month. Also offer training session to skill. You in game changer. Thinking for your own application so get your notebook ready or sharpen up your memory by tuning in your attention and we'll dive right in. Well you are in for a surprise today. I'm bringing you a spitfire of a woman Her name is a boy now..

Austin Jochum on Bringing the Training Session to Life

Just Fly Performance Podcast

04:29 min | 7 months ago

Austin Jochum on Bringing the Training Session to Life

"So why? Want to say this. So how it was there a better way to spell your last name then or would there be like Italic so I can have people pronounce it correctly when they read the headline here. Yeah everybody thinks like it's A. Job looks like Josh right here. But if you have really gonNA spell, we probably with a Y Y Y. Que you or something like that since last name just totally jacked up. The I I'm not GonNa lie when saw I think maybe it was when you asked me to. Be On your podcast dry your podcast before I thought it was Josh. So I apologize I just wrote in my little notes I put. Okay You M. so hopefully that eleven maybe that'll resolve things a little bit. So just for everyone out there that'll. Thousand my that was my iteration. And that's where we just have to get to a point as a coach and a company where people in the not to say. That's one of our goals. People say Yoga the right way yeah. Yeah. That'd be good. Creative Project Austin. So I know one of the things that I really like about looking at your work is I. Know that want to know you're really creative coach always love I know this is GonNa be an awesome talk and I was curious you did football I think track a you're into strengthening conditioning. What what was your formation in your years as a college athlete and then your choice to become the type of coach that you are now? Yeah and I think it's funny that you say I'm a creative coach because as a player I was anti creative like from from the very day one. Started lifting in high school with Olympic lifts like straight. Olympic. Style. Monday Wednesday Friday, all we did was clean and jerk clean snatch, and then maybe some bench presents watts and just the differ variation of that and. I mastered swore by those for so many years. That's literally the only thing I ever did. If. We sprinted if we did anything maybe some ladders we did but. The entire program was Olympic lifts swear by it was awesome in highschool got really strong at that. Thought that was the answer. When into my first year college at Saint Thomas Football Kaikan on the field first day we actually lifted before we went on the field we lifted and I was like smoking these guys like smoking on cleaner jerk like doing. More than a lot of seniors on their all I'm here I arrived I'm sweet a freshman. Football, we go to the practice that day and I I my mind was blown I had no idea was happening speed the game was different. Everything was different I'm move to like a robot out on the field and just moved terribly and I started the. To all right, what's happening in the weight room is not what's happening on the field and I need to find a way to bridge that gap and that started the full journey and I think it is a journey because then it was west side stuff on my. All right not the Olympic stuff. Now it's west side. Now it's the powerlifting. Now it's some box. Johnson plow metrics advance to my are still stuck in that weight reminds set of. Bands the bar now GonNa be faster and it helped a little bit I moved just a little bit better. But I think we're just because I was destroying my body a little bit less than the weight room and I still a little bit slower on the field and it was just this journey than it was bilateral to single lateral. Then it was traffic training and this this full hodgepodge of things but never fully breaking out of the weight room mindset never breaking into the movement onset and by the time graduated. At Saint Thomas I had some athletic success on the field and. But it was in a way of I forced myself into a mold of athletic success. I plays Nose Guard and my movement options were very small and I was watching other players and I was doing a job that was required to do doing his thing. I'm field that is required to do but the game move fast for me everything move fast for me I had. Very little movement options I had one may maybe one pass rush move and I was good at the pass rush move. But I didn't have a lot of options people next left and right and me that works out in quotation worked out a lot less than me that they had way more options and that's really where I started to dive into how can I get more movement options for myself? How can I move better? How can I give my athletes the ability to? Now that you have a huge output, you're able to lift a bunch of weight. You're able to sprint really really fast to do all these things. How can we give you options to do this? How can we give you? Can we slow the game down a little bit for you and that's Kind of a little bit of where we started the journey of where Rats Day and hopefully the journey continues for the next ten to fifteen years I can look back at this podcast. About Austin but that's kind of the

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"powerlift" Discussed on Geopats Podcasting

Geopats Podcasting

05:44 min | 8 months ago

"powerlift" Discussed on Geopats Podcasting

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Health and Fitness and Science and Philosophy and Run-on Sentences

Moving2Live

08:59 min | 1 year ago

Health and Fitness and Science and Philosophy and Run-on Sentences

"I have to confess. I was telling today's guests that I had not heard of him. Although we have mutual friends until one of his blog posts popped across. I believe my facebook feed and I realized that this is somebody who really fits in with one of our main goals is to break down those knowledge. Siles silos or with Dr Benjamin Stevens. He's a chiropractor in. Canada is a educator and the reason that I was really interested to have him on his he wrote a blog. Post called dear therapist. You're not a strength coach or personal trainer so Dr Stevens. Thank you for taking time to talk for moving to live. You're very welcome. I'm really looking forward to this. My first question I always ask people on moving to live because everybody likes to put labels on things and we know in the age of Social Media. Everybody puts on a front. You see somebody in an elevator. And you're wearing a t shirt from your clinic or you're clearly somebody who's in the medical field and they say. Hey what do you do? What's your elevator? Spiel you explain to people. This is what Dr Stevens does usually cy. I entirely can aside my hands over my eyes. Look Tired House long answer. But for the most part I usually just answer sports heartbreaker in a lot of time. That's kind of a cop out answer but Sometimes I'll say I ideally concussions. Sometimes I'll stay I'm a professional educator. I actually I make more of my living in spend more time educating than than anything else right now And sometimes I say I run a couple of businesses so kind of depends the company that But most time Most of the time I decide because I'm literally always I'm always doing about five different things all very much related but I'm always doing different things So it's as you've probably figured out not a lot of time and I know that's something the five different things we're going to get into a little later. I'm always interested when I interview people for moving to live if you're in a movement profession and I would put sport Chiropractic in a movement profession. Were you an active kid and if you were an active kid was because mom and Dad said get the heck out of the house and don't come back. Were you a kid who is an athlete all along at some point? You realize you know. I might not be able to make my living as an athlete. But I'd really like to do something that allows me to be around people that move. Yeah I think I'm I'm of that era where it's you you. You don't bother your parents by hanging around the house in hoping for something to do because they'll get annoyed with you kick you out tell you to essentially come back whenever it gets dark right or comeback. When it suffered time right so I I did. What a lot of kids. I grew up playing with a lot of the neighborhood kids I played pretty well every single sport. that I could get my hands on on the entirely honest I always I tended to not stay with many sports for very long in a lot of that was For me I really enjoyed movements But I was very self paced person and was very noncompetitive. And so you know at this age I can realize a lot of it was kind of a big artistic streak in me on and I really appreciate it. A lot of movement disciplines that allowed for rather than having highly stringent rules in highly competitive Matter of Italian board I really appreciate it. Things Ettelaat more expression to them and so even even the sports that I did plan. I always found myself wanting to play the position. That was either extremely important or you have freedom of decision-making so the goalie in hockey or soccer in some way shape or form you know. I try to try and play point guard in basketball all these different things where I kinda got to not run the show but in some way making decisions on the fly because I didn't really enjoy running back and forth on a field for the running back and forth out of fuel but chase a ball so I ended up playing pretty every single sport of Ice Hockey Goalie for twenty years started. Snowboarding got into different kinds of dance and Essentially tried everything else in the meantime Olympic lifting. Powerlifting competed in bodybuilding kettlebells WanNa do for a long time And I'm a I'm a chronic dabbler in every movement discipline and usually I'll just look at something that looks like a lot of fun and figure out a way to try it and sometimes it's six sometimes it stays for years sometimes for days. Yeah creative lifestyle. It's not really something. I have a specific discipline that I that I view as the better discipline. I just I kinda WanNa try them all wanted experience them all and I'll put one that you can add on your bucket list for my local. Fit pittsburgh-based podcast. I interviewed a place that does High Level Pugo sticking and I actually now have an air airfield pogo stick which is absolutely if you ever had a pogo stick as a kid. It is the most fun thing the world record for the high jump in the Pugo stick is ten feet where you have to. You can step off something but when you go over the bar you have to bounce three times. I have no desire to do that. Bouncing around is just that novel or new moving activity so check out X. Pogo chancer or check out. Some of their videos. Because you look at it and go well that might be in business for me or wow. That looks like a lot of fun and I can see how I might want to add that into my life. Yep there's there's a unique aspects of bouncing that's really might have a four year old daughter and she goes the gymnastics and unfortunately they recently changed the rules around this six months ago. Took her to gymnastics at a drop in all the other parents sitting in the corner on the phone and then roaming around like jumping from trampoline the trampoline fifty feet in the air and a lot of. That's just because I did a lot of stuff as a kid you know. I used to being in the air and it was just so funny. I completely forgot all the kids were there and bouncing around for five minutes like heart rates through the roof the love bouncing just flopping on my back in front slips and backflips all these different things on. I'm at an age probably shouldn't be doing that but I get done like a sit down. I look up and like all. The kids have stopped doing gymnastics. And they're just like what's old guy but there's something unique about dancing up and down that Michigan Giddy like a little kid exactly and I'm always curious when I interview people. I've got the advantage of being able to read the form. You filled out prior and check out your webpage. You go to college. I believe majored in biology. How did you decide to major in biology? So the funny thing is I started in biology and I really didn't like it So I worked. I'd been working various jobs in some nine. I started with a paper route and so ended up saving enough money to go to pay for at least my first year university on my own and so kind of like I have the money. I don't really know what exactly what I WANNA do. So I went and started kind of a just general bachelors of science in Biology. Not Knowing where it was going to go and I absolutely hated it mostly because it was. I like the freedom of university compared to high school beard kind of having a job but I mean I was studying flat worms in Geology. And you know social history and just this kind of broad scatter plot of staff which I understand is important for certain things Did that for twelve years. Studied a little bit of everything for twelve years like this is just not fund is doing more of the same so I quit. After my first year I came out to British Columbia in western Canada's SNOWBOARD PUN for year. And then I went back and started a theology degree or something Human Kinetics degree and love every second of it and essentially it. Just kinda a lightbulb moment really hit this is what I. This is what I want to be studying. This is how i WanNa be thinking where I want my brain to spend all its time from now on when school was really easy after that into it's amazing. I had a similar path when I took general education classes my first year. My GPA wasn't very good at no. When I got into athletic training classes all of a sudden it's like Oh this is interesting. It really doesn't seem like work when you have something that you're interested. Yeah Yeah it's funny because I was so we ended up in the last semester of my wife was with me and ended up last semester in school with almost no courses because I literally had taken like seven or eight courses a semester during my entire Undergrad started switched to kings. Y'All AJI and most people are just like trying to figure out what they can get away with that I was literally trying to overload my schedule going like we haven't advanced exercise physiology court. How could I not take right light? It's like this is amazing inside. Take absolutely everything to the point. Where in my last mess courses soda almost essentially ended the whole thing really excited right whereas prior to that it was kind of just like you said it was like an ominous through is like study for this. I found myself. You know reading ahead chapters in anatomy classes geology classes in stopping. I think it's a good sign. You know when you get to that point and I think it's something there's some people who are just hardwired that way. They just have that innate curiosity whatever they learn there's like other there must be something more to learn. Yeah Yeah I think I think honestly a lot of people have built in And the people that don't think they have a built in. They probably just haven't found the same yet. That's all

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"powerlift" Discussed on The Adam McCubbin Podcast

The Adam McCubbin Podcast

09:56 min | 1 year ago

"powerlift" Discussed on The Adam McCubbin Podcast

"So after three hours guys left so we continue for a few hours after that. So whatever ever. He skipped the warm up because his leg. Starting to cramp up remers was bench so he doesn't need his legs anyway. So the the lack strong cramping ditch to warm up on the podium. Load the world record. which was I can't even remember what it was? The one hundred ten kindergarten by that was probably close to three hundred. Did the world record. Came out starring cramping up and the guy says that helped him after the way in con- You rehydrate on food. Yeah you can you can. If you lost seven point eight kilos in lucky nights sonar. You can only hydrate so much so he just skipped the last two attempts he actually did the same thing on the nationals. Just a few months after an totally crashed after the competition had had to go to hospitals so but the the basic rule here is like you can for sure water load and water cuts few kilos. If you're if you're a decent size nice guys it's no problem to cutting maybe two and a half three kilos in a week More than that is starting to be a little bit little bit risky Eh. And the hydration is is the most important thing rehydrate after doing that is important also to have food hydration. That's the key steps and you spoke about just before and we Spoke About offline you run seminars here. Can you talk about what what what you do on the education side of things we do. We do like very often And just running running here. Is We do workshops so every second or third week something like that. We do either snatched based work shop clean and jerk ish workshop squats Sebanji or dead lift workshop. Also do like a full on introduction to weightlifting which is of course both of the women's or introduction to powerlifting which is a full seminar four hours on all three movements and we do this show first of all the small seminars. Hasn't the separate squat bench and dads are free for members and then cost very nothing one hundred and fifty four non-members. Do you take the moores who I do. It's or Chris or Dan do the powerlifting he wants INA are weightlifting. Coach do weightlifting one. So we just we have a schedule running and like we tried to so not so. We're not do the same on all the time but yet for some for the reason that we have as are Kinda like our closest to heart movement. I've done a few of the bench bench ones Chrissy. Teigen few squat wants. Dan has done a few of the delegates wants. And I've also had Chris done a few of the one of the veterans also. We just we have some sort of that absolute passion. So it's seem fitting out that way when we do the introduction powerlifting where all three there and that's also select like a half day seminar. There's more meaty than the than the other ones. And that's also not free for members that's attend that is there is a small fee. Boy Do luck. It's to assist very very cheap for we want to spread the knowledge we don't overcharged lodged wants So that we do on running running basis we've also had the global strength summit. We had last year when we had a lot of the world's best coaches not this coming through so we have done that two years for this year. I think just in terms of like we're running out of time we're running out of space in the calendar we will not do in the same setting this year. We might do something smaller but for sure we have in the pipeline for the falling. Elaine for years we're going to have some sort of big conference again. Do Bias also such a nice area for people to come from other nations to come here so easy to get so just on education. What's I guess? WHO The people you look up to in the industry and what content if you consume content? Whether it's books so youtube you bore podcasts. Or whatever it is how do you get your information. So one of the my biggest inspiration like Lack of all time will be much to share which is the guy that Trains me as of now. He wrote The reactive training system manual must be like ten years years ago or something so. He's not a huge instagram putting out content there type of guy but he has a good podcast. Reactive Training System Also the guy that were here last week bryce crosscheck from Canada. He has an extremely good youtube. Channel Co Calgary barbell wishes incredible. The movies have incredible quality. The contents is incredible very pedagogic and everything so for beginners interest or intermediate or even like expensive. After Calgary Barbara Youtube will be the place to go for real nice information and then you have of course like like Bryce Lewis and his whole crew with the TSA strength. The strength outlets systems is also good in Sweden. We have a GEICO Xander Ericsson which put Lot good content there In terms of whilst we got you have if you want to be more in depth in the hypertrophy and the nutritional side AMC Helms and Greg Knuckles and they also have m the newsletter mass. That is out. You can also subscribe to So one of the podcast. I've listened to recently quad is Iran culture which is with Eric Helms and Omar of and also a lot of. There's a lot of good content. They're coming out so I would say for for the most accessible content that will be bryce quote check category Barbell. Aw that's practical. Powerlifting knowledge like packages and packing. The supergrit coors was an honor to have him here to for Laura had him here for a week. Yeah let's that's the beauty of having your own facility in the only Palestine places like when the palace has come to do by the cancer you so I'm so we're starting to get to the end of the interview so I just got a couple of questions as to wrap it up and just to for the listeners just to find a little bit more about yourself so rapid fire questions take as long as you want to answer them but first one is favorites book can be training book can be any book. WHOA favorite book? That's a hard one was so they will be switched because we mafia was about the like the underground crying world in Sweden which is pretty. It's pretty cool because we have as there's quite a few things linked to my city. They're especially with the hells angels so Swedish Mafia the book on Swedish crime. That's pretty cool. Also in favorite favorite movie l.. Let's I I must be a little bit boring and There's two of them so my absolute favorite movie of all time. The people who know me know I will say top gun which is epic and classic in terms of quality as in acting star will probably say shawshank redemption is kind of boring because I think like nine out of ten people have that on the list. But it's insanely good so I was a tie between top gun and Shawshank redemption for different reasons both very completely different completely different there. Is this new topgun coming thing next year so and in next summer. Yeah you'll be. I in one high will disclaimer here. I saw top gone. The first here are saw topgun. Eleven Times I saw the Premiere Nineteen eighty-six me and my best friend. Nick went with my mom. And so it and we both cried when goose died. Hope spoiler alert their hope. We haven't seen that so we both breath cried and we both denied it never happened. And cheap mill cheat meal that we'll be my own Burger we barbecue lots and by law. I mean at least four or five times so he yeah what that will be my own Burger and five purchase inside the last twelve months to years that had a big impact with you bought something something for training or something health while something for the club. That's had a big impact on your life cannot be could be an APP when you could be so good. That will be investment to get a coach with reactive training system and starting logging my training on their APP there by four because that's that's a pretty big investment and I think is also one of the best that I've have done. So that's I will be in investing in hisself. Yes is there a quart or fries that you'd say often when you're coaching someone or the guys here does it. Bob will be familiar with you. Sang all the time on there. Probably but maybe.

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"powerlift" Discussed on The Adam McCubbin Podcast

The Adam McCubbin Podcast

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"powerlift" Discussed on The Adam McCubbin Podcast

"That is what we need to do. We don't need to have people running on treadmills for like twenty minutes. It takes too much base and takes too much money on electricite. That is just just going back to to the Powell mates and the pell lifting. Can you just describe what it's like for familiar of Bain to them. Oh Oh what a slack. But it's a good sense of community but come rotary everyone's GonNa there. There's music on in people yelling and shouting and you've got different different personality types. Yeah it's pretty. It's pretty cool because the and how we managed to Kinda like and I guess it locked but I guess there's also some sort of skill for us is that we we managed to create some sort of atmosphere around. That is really really really cool. And I've been I've done last time. I think I've done eight thousand nine competitions myself. I have exactly no occasions zero occasions. I had the privilege of lifting from that kind of audience that we've had on the permit Never and I've done Europeans world's multiple multiple table national championships and local meats and regional. So whatever and don't absolutely none of them we've had the atmosphere that we have here and it's very special I think that's is it stems by like it's a very tight community. People show up to see that to see their friends and so forth and especially on on the While the females are lifting females brings other females to watch them females also just happens to bring other guys watching them and it's still. It's kind of like that. New flavors seemed girls lifting weights. I think that's really really cool And then of course we have people watching the guys also but it tends to be less people watching the guys Because like everyone see once in a while the guy lifting heavy weights so that's not as cool but we have good. It's good atmosphere affair there also but I think the special special atmosphere comes when the girls are lifting and the easier the lighter guys live. That's insane I think the the last time we had the first Omani woman hating yeah that was on the on the five had at the hotel. Yes take the Dumont. Strength System guys brought one of the girls That was really really cool. And I think that but it's also something that is as for me really humbling. Being in this this kind of lack area or this region and being in the forefront of that because already from the start we had to Kuwait the guys came over for. I think it was the first or second maybe the second part meats and then they went back back and from that sprung. Do the Barber Club. So they have like a hobby in Kuwait. Then you had to monetize coming. We had a few guys from Saudi coming and all of a sudden this this small gym competition because still a gym competition is not like a massive massive event is starting to grow is more and more like a big event or having international the National People we have people in Bahrain so have Bahrain. Saudi Oman Yes coming in Kuwait all the Middle East. I guess you're the only one numidian. Wholesome mindblowing mindblowing? humbling and is very. We're very proud of that..

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"powerlift" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"powerlift" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"And then I was like, oh my God like eighty percent and like today's going to be heavy and I have no idea if my PECS sealed or not, but here we go, and it was totally fine. That's amazing to hear because I mean, we like the powerlifting the or the weightlifting strongman like these guys have already had shit figured out for very long time. And the problem is like doing wrong research is important. But if we wait on research is going to be twenty years before we're like, oh, man, maybe you should do some act of pushing, as soon as you get hurt, right? For instance, you just put the bar in your hand started moving it. That's not a meathead thing. Now, there's that makes all the sense in the world because you want to remodel that tissue as soon as possible, if you let that sit, you can think about the scar tissue, you can think about how this muscle is not going to do what is supposed to do from a neural aspect because you destroyed it to that point. And now you're just going to sit on it night. Just gonna let it heal. And that fucked up state, and if they only sell you right always tell you not the move. Dumbest thing literally the dumbest thing like I mean, help like before I or we're not tore my Killys. I literally just threw a boot on and started moving because I know I needed to keep locomotion a lot of lifters don't understand that. A lot of movement is, is a restaurant of, you know, it's, it's for restoration, it's to recover at it's almost to, like prep you for the next workout. So sometimes you might go in and I, I like your concept of kind of the one exercise day type of deal. I know there's other exercise in there. But one main focus of the day, I've been doing something similar for years. Now, sometimes I go overboard with the assistance stuff, too. But typically, the way that the Westside barbell method is set up in the conjugate system. Yeah. You go bonkers on one thing kind of go for it on one thing. And then when you're done with that you finish up with three or four their movements, and those three or four their movements, they're meant to be done, kind of passively. You're not trying to. Take a world record on dumbbell. Tricep extensive was trying to get a lot of and somebody who's I can't do Tra dumbbell tricep extensions. They said, yeah, of course, he can he retry it with five pound dumbbells, and, like, no right trying with the thirties. We'll try away that doesn't hurt. Right. Right. You know, like let's try to. But when you go through exercises that don't hurt and you kind of have a good pace. I mean now you're building up some conditioning, you're building up some connective tissue. You feel good. You feel like you're worked hard and you're in and out of the gym faster even absolutely. Even on that topic alone is, you know, especially when basketball players I deal with really, really messed up bodies as far as like a quote, for my good friend at Texas, Daniel Reuss. He's a they are drafts with clown shoes. Essentially, what we train, and I was like to hand, that's so accurate that has like the most beautiful example. So if you want to train with that type of volume guys Guys like. like. It's starting to settle in now. But you gotta have these regression models, set in place..

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"powerlift" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"powerlift" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Matthew bowling in late four leading from start to finish. Anna battle for second. Third. Look like Hewitt finished third Ken Landy second. Because. Officially. Matthew nine point nine eight see the crowd the crowd gets it jackass or the microphone dozen boom goes the dynamite Gaza dynamite. So yeah. So they're calling the white lightning. Which by the way is a really good moniker unless it's one you get after prom from your date. So he should be happy that he got it early throwing that out there. All right. So we have that in other sporting news. In addition to that Saturday on Sunday, another amazing feat. In the women's powerlifting event. They had a big basically a powerlift about Mary, Gregory broke not one not two not three but four world records in the women's squat bench press dead lift and scored a masters world total record. So a combination of the points four world records shattered by one female powerlifter on Sunday at a single event. So that's that's pretty amazing too. Isn't it? Four world records in one day. I don't sure Zubi. Didn't do it. I I'm sorry Zubi. The also on Twitter as the guy you said hip, hop guy from the UK, right and works. You can tell the guy that works out. You guys one guy that guy works out? Well, he recently he crushed look at dews like crush the female record. And it went viral. He was Tucker. I believe he's on FOX friends. He was all over FOX. Yeah. But he did it to make a point. He did. Right. Because when he did it he he broke these records identifying a woman he said at this moment in time right now, I'm making this video. I am identifying the woman and he destroyed dead lifted destroyed the records he did something else too. He broke his second record. I can't remember what category it was in. So not only did. Well, you know, what that's somebody who was doing it as a joke. Ross right. So Mary, Gregory ninety four world records one nine of nine for the various events that helps set the masters world record portion of it before world. Records. Destroyed not even club. Right. But he. But it's a dude raise actually, dude. No now physicality himself Mary, but he was still born with the guy's body. Yeah. That is true men and women are built differently. He's breaking don't bust. That's true. Come on, man. So Zubi didn't break the record because he was being sarcastic making a joke in a stupid point. But this person's doing. Joe is making. So these are actual records that they're singer being broken. But Zubi didn't change soobee name is. Oh, do you have to do that? I don't know. But this this individual do they have. The other name up here. So anyway, so yes, the this'll be the raw powerlifting federation of the sanction events for the world record stand. Four of them destroyed. Destroyed. So how about that? Ross had his mind blown earlier when we when he found out that eight may fighter actually did this and. Fought a woman and hit or so hardy brokers skull will. Yeah. That was my point. And I didn't know that had already been done because sports said Alan, FOX. Yeah. I said this person in powerlifting is breaking these female records. But he still he was born. So do break in these records. And I said you wouldn't want to see someone and say you have see her cage fighting in the cage who is actually dude with with female competitor. Right. Because he would crack their skulls like, you wouldn't know literally broke her skull. You wouldn't wanna see this? And it was pointed out by listener, a listener. No that's been done. And literally skulls have been cracked Joe Rogan went off on this a lot of crap this for what for what? And he knows his stuff. He's joe. Yeah. Right. He's in the cage. Yeah, bigot. He's a bit in the cage. That's right. So now those world records are smashed so prepare yourself for that. But for world records one day Coon by eight forty.

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"powerlift" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"powerlift" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Little side effects. Oh, gosh. All right. I there was a you're bringing this up before the show that there was a weightlifter who won what a transgender weightlifter that gender lifter which was a man who's identifying as a woman was in a woman's powerlifting tournament. He broke four women's powerlifting records. Yeah. And won all ninety vents in the match. And he thought good about bragging about it. Though, I received that man. In commandments power lifting. I I've known a lot of women in life. I am not a power lifter, and I could win women's powerlifting. Yeah. You're actually, right, right. Yeah. And this guy's ecstatic. That's really that's really sad. And we're seeing more and more headlines like that aren't more looking. We can do. Yeah. Yeah. And proud of it. They're not even embarrassed a little bit that they entered the inter that Malaysian fast. Yes, it is. It's scary. It really is high collar welcome to the show. Go right ahead. Yeah. De worming medication jump topics. The I guess I I heard that was something that was used in Europe. Quite a bit de worming medications for treatment of cancer. That's so interesting. I'd never before. We're just we're just a little bit fighter on that. That whole thing here in America in Europe thumb, you know, there's a lot moral turn of integrative stuff in the one on interesting. They like us to use the the protocol that that makes the lobbyists a lot of cash over here. Stranger chemotherapy drugs thousand dollars. And that's what it reminded me of the doctor said, no, that's too simple. They want it to be complicated. And they want you to think that there isn't a simple route to radical right because they're the ones with the answer. So having to be complicated. And all okay. Thank you for that. Call. I really appreciate that. And young. I it was the first time I'd heard about it. Well, I call her welcome to the show. Go right ahead. I don't. Oh, I I thank you so much for the update with the medication. You're welcome not. I mean, that's really good information on that real veterenarian have like between men pharmacy. They know so much more than doctors to Marion Wright look at the the cause as what is going on with an annual. And they have been do what I write if something out a hard guy. So true, bingo. You're not gonna get your diet at the doctor. They don't ask you about your diet. Don't ask you ask. You anything about that that at trying to find the cause looking at and trying to cover up the symptoms. He tried to go to the cause. And then get you yourself or your animal? Different outcome based on your actions. Hey, I. Yeah. Come from. And so that's why they're so effective joint formula that was developed for horses and the mazing by it doesn't really have a taste. And that is the most the best you've ever found in your life. If you search galloping. Hey. Yeah. When people. People normal people with a lot of Feen. When people don't have the clock in the morning for crying out loud. Now. It's true. That's true. They're angry. And you know, that you're affecting your glands you're pumping all that extra testosterone into your system out high rate. We wonder why people are so reactionary why are there so aggressive, and so me that's true. Very very true. I mean, I love good Pepsi. So for me, you know. Yeah..

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"powerlift" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"powerlift" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Right. Maybe we'll see. Maybe I am so Ilana mar Rodier MS Riddick, and Dr Maili, I'm writing to express my concern. Over a recent decision by USA powerlifting to bar participation by Mike constituent, MS Jayco Cooper, says we gender. Yeah. Yeah. And she goes onto explain that men were making that transition don't have any advantage over over women actual biological women in powerlifting. Are you kidding me? Or crazy. It just bought stupid. You're didn't you talk about denying science or no kidding? She tweeted out I have requested investigation at USA. Powerlifting. Discriminate against a member of the Minnesota trans- community respect for human rights includes protections for trans brothers and sisters. We have gotten to such a ridiculous post in the Gatien. She's how can you say that are winning sellers on that when you know? Okay. There's there's a men's powerlifting, and there's a women's powerlifting for a reason because the women can't compete with men is not Vevey powerlifting. No, notice amazing. How that happens? But it's not. And she is she is referring this serious serious matter of discrimination to the attorney general of Minnesota who is the attorney general of Minnesota. Now, Pat, oh, it's. What's his face the Keith Ellison? Either wife abuser. That's right. The significant significant abuser. She was wife out his wife, right? Let's look at the powerlifting records. Men and women in the powerlifting. Records for women neck and neck. I'm sure I'm sure there's a mid out there that the men have lifted more than the women have in poundage. And so I just wanted to spell that right now. Thank you, Representative Delano more good idea because attention at convict it is we're gonna shut down. I wouldn't be surprised to see our lifting. The women's lift is is more than the men who I was saying I'm saying neck and neck. I think you're being too generous to the men so they're different categories for the women started ninety seven pounds up to one hundred ninety eight plus and there's about ten different categories between for the men. Their lightest is one twenty three up to three o eight. So let's look at the squats. Okay. Squads? Yeah. Let's just look at one hundred twenty three pound. Okay. That category hundred Twenty-three puck. So this is men and women at one twenty three. Yep. Exactly. All right for the way about second grade. So Stephanie Cohen is the female one hundred twenty three pounds and her squat record is four eighteen pounds a hundred. Hundred pounds four hundred eight exactly. It doesn't say. So I don't think that's okay. They're using the same measurements though. Whatever. Yes. Yes. Because it's the same website one hundred twenty three pound category for men, probably what two hundred and something Andres standards, Zik of okay? Six hundred thirty nine pounds that's dangerously close. So six thirty nine talking about over two hundred but two hundred and twenty one okay? Let's go. Kilograms or pilots bench press for the hundred twenty three. Yeah. The one that bench more or 'bout the same. Emily, Emily, who there's no difference? I'm sick and tired of this myth. You know being perpetuate throughout our society. You that men lift more than women, Emily who she's two hundred seventy five pounds. She can bench that to seventy two seventy five three. What did I say forget seventy five seventy five the one twenty three. Okay. All right. We're still men at one twenty three three hundred ninety one three ninety one right there. Okay. I mean, they're part gets two hundred. Pounds gory. We're gonna go with five hundred eighteen five eighteen for the woman who five eighteen tough to beat. It's going to be tough to be serious. I maybe going through six four six thirty dangerously close. Yeah. That's. One hundred eighteen thousand eight there. So what? Denying science again the solder. Fifteen hundred sixteen pounds. So are you saying there's a little difference? I'm saying the men and women I'm saying, they're exactly the same. I'm sick of the whole myth. Absolutely. I mean, it's so ridiculous. So ridiculous..

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"powerlift" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"powerlift" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"KRLD news time is six twenty one time of year nightly CEO spotlight of here's business analyst, David Johnson. I never cease to be amazed by the by the variety of business that we have in this community. Always so glad we don't have just energy said trick or just electric. They're all kinds of businesses. There's a small business. I thought particularly interesting Kim Anderson's president and CEO. What's called Anderson? Extreme sports. They do. Business is Anderson. Powerlifting. It is at any ship stuff. All over the world from here for powerlifting. And he also has a bunch of powerlifters, and it is stable and get Anderson. Georgia's right. It's good. Thank you for anybody. So you were a powerlifter to, sir. But it'd be where your power, and we were talking earlier in the real estate business around here for thirty years, which are the real estate you were the real estate business and a power lifter. Well, I got out of the real estate business in started training, more powerlifting and started working out. Every day. Lively, and then I started getting pretty strong. So when I came fifty I said, well, I'm I'm gonna do this competitive. You started at fifty competitive and that was thirty years ago, by the way. Yes, sir, sir. Yeah. Started at fifty internet. I beat up in Portland, Oregon just brand new never lifted like it in a big world championships and won it. This is easy. So continue doing that one end up winning about sixteen world championships. And then when I got sixty five I decided to kinda retire, and maybe help other kids call on schools and things like that. And showing them have to wear their gear properly and. That's when I started my company Anderson powerlifting. So you in so as I think about it. I mean, if you're if you're a successful powerlifter when you can't just walk into Macy's or something and by shirt that fits and certainly nothing that you can show off. So what what does this gear entail? Well, there's one of the things I was selling at that time was a piece of equipment you put onto where to protect your shoulders. And it also helps you lift a little bit more weight without getting injured. So, but it's it's very important to have the right fit at the right material and so on so I'd go into the high schools and work with the young kids and show them how to put this gear on and it would protect your shoulders and help them little bit more. All right. So after I'd do my set ups, and and and get into shape, I go to where do I go to get your equipment? I go to add is an Anderson Peronism Baylor to. Yeah. It's on the website, www Anderson powerlifting. And we have just about every product you won't. And like I said, it's not it doesn't make you stronger. But it might make you lift a lot longer. Yeah. Well, at least I mean, even if again, do it I can look the part can't Anderson is president and CEO of Anderson extreme sports, and it's been doing this a long time. It's a good debut with a government. Really appreciate you being some David Johnson. Newsradio today to KRLD. You can hear David's entire interview with tonight's guest and find other CEO spotlights. Go to KRLD dot com slash CEO. Still a lot happening in traffic, including eastbound Bush turnpike right at seventy five in plano. Your update is next once.

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"powerlift" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"powerlift" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"I fell asleep in my car back home and i got thrown out on my car quote both my back on clothes and that was the beginning of my sorrows where at that time i was quote powerlifting very heavy weights in the gym no steroids any of that garbage but when i went back to the gym a couple of weeks later the four hundred pounds that i was squatting i couldn't even warm up with one hundred thirty five pack then the only things they had were regular xrays and so two long story short of all vocations get into i went back to school i had gone to seminary years before that i went to radiology through cousin i one female who got his with and so are thirty years of radiology x ray many many many spine saying it seems like the people look for me going through things to i learned what's fun spondylosis says scoliosis spinal stenosis osteoarthritis and the twelve years after i had the initial accident i picked up a big patient herniated disk my cervical spine and by then mr is ruined so i had a lovely and i'd say that facetiously exam miley graham where they inject their diet you know all that and then i had an mri and wonderful kind radiologists who did the test he said sit next to me and i go over the film's with you well long story short there he threw the first film up eighty spines and he shouted at me even though he was not even a foot away from me he said did you have some kind of big time trauma before and i told him told you so so my question is i mean i have sciatica through the roof because in two thousand ten i had this freaky injury i barely slipped on ice and turn my leg in a weird way and it sheared off my quadriceps tendon in my life and the east indian doctor didn't even put a child on me and he puts his four prod for rod still brace on which shifted my whole pelvic girdle shifted my goodness you've been to let me just ask you real quick because the interest of time here what was your question to dr sheely.

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"powerlift" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"powerlift" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"He has a little waxed moustache he is i believe african american and living in england who i believe that's correct by he may be it he may be a child of the world but he's got a little little wax mustache owning chronically enormous chest and he's he does a lot of gay powerlifting um so first of all i just want to say what yeah go ahead just what going i just i just want to say right from the top these were the film of the first things that i learned about dumb i was in a thousand percent i'm like this is this is the most delightful like if you're gonna can you a met i can't imagine anything better than to walk up to someone in a social situation and the three things that you learn about them you know you look at them they look like a nineteenth century of russian strongman then they have this little mustache uh they live in england and they do gay powerlifting it's like a delight a fucking delight so that was great that's what i knew about dominician event he was a big mac select supporter then maximum connie's rolls around i'm talking abdominal always always detroit to talk to tom splint select sky he tells me you know i've been teaching gymnastics class his earthly you've got to be fucking joking right now this asked this is the most like he looks like a you know of any kind of like a cartoon drawing of a person with who can hit the thing if the carnival with a hammer that makes the bell goading like that's what the man looks like what is the sexual orientation of the gymnastics classes though they are i believe they are all oriented asian omni sexual not we're not separate he's like well as an adult i got interested in gymnastics and i took some classes and it was so fun i got stirred but did teach it and like i wish i had this much passion for anything yeah anything ever i don't even want to be here perry defeat here with my best friend i and talk and i don't want to be here i don't wanna do anything i want to be at home right now playing secret of the silver blades on my pc confident you go home there's that data sorted content so yes a good point.

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"powerlift" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"powerlift" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"All right guys enough with the delays my guest today like i mentioned before is matt reynolds he has nearly twenty years of experience competing in string sports and coaching bar bell based strength and conditioning the guy first totalled elite in powerlifting in two thousand four he wanted to professional status in the sports of strong men in two thousand six and he founded one of the strongest and largest pure strength jim's in the country strong jim which was named powerlifting watch jim of the year for two thousand thirteen and two thousand fourteen he holds his starting strength certification and has travelled throughout the country serving as a staff coach with mark roberto which i know a lot of you guys are familiar with poor starting strengths seminars abut rather than talk about the rest of his accomplishments which are many i think the best compliment i can pay the man is that he is a great coach and i've worked with a lot of different coaches i know from experience that he is a great coach because he's been coaching me for the past two months and i can tell you that i have gotten a lot stronger in a very very short period of time and again that's the best compliment and testament i can give so without further delay let's dig into the conversation with my strength coach mr matt reynolds matt what's going on brothers rejoin meal show today era and a regula show middle exerted beer so i just learned were were pretty well connected with jordan harbinger brad mackay any priscilla joe to settle like all these guys that i know you know so make sense of we're having this conversation men yet i seem to find this on this podcast we all can aurora of the same circles row that's kind of way it works a trade replica in jordan harbinger of known be brazil us and sir.

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"powerlift" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:37 min | 4 years ago

"powerlift" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Take getting on with it one of course we folk till a powerlift over seventy four years opening a huge life now with thinking with dr of what a dolan who is the after will say an end the developer of crypt trap awara if you don't know what already banned for well that is an oral rehydration pollution had accepted that i take now remember folks that an ad have no money it'll clear they don't pay to be i i just think that the great product added part of my life all right i it felt that in talking about excise i could do that without also talking about the issue of uh poor hydrated let's go back to you dr one of the things he was saying during outbreak what that these symptoms of of a dna trade i fear that if their dyke people get on currently crazy diagnosed i did i live from dr the doctor until they just told me hey you need rehydration and then it so so useful but it clearly you attorney and that the usda and why it was important feta developed it sure up happy to um it it's really interesting i think you're touch on some really important points and that is that the symptoms are universal and various levels and can at any time affect all of us in my journey i began to see that there is a huge difference between the consumer products so the sports drink the coconut water is all the stuff that that that's out there and an oral a true medical product are used for real chretien for over fifty years and they will i consider myself everybody knows about ivs all in a trained really really well and using a knife he but then when i went out into the world and opened up my practice i said holy moley it's really difficult to find a to reiterate my patients because does the sports drinks don't have enough electrolytes they have to wait too many too much sugar all and if they have some electrolyte they don't have enough magnesium calcium so it was a really confusing uh scenario it was difficult for me as a doctor to call my patient the golden gate get this a simple solution thought.

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"powerlift" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"powerlift" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Those people were not voting for that individual they were voting against the system and to burn it down on the roads energy and because they wanted decent job if i mean if you look at countries in the middle east a lot of the countries that have massive terrorism problems have massive under employment of eighteen to thirty roman exactly like the or good jobs he that the person who blew up the ariana grande day on a friday are underground tragically this has happened last night the person's a twenty two yearold muslim and i'm gonna go ahead and gas that maybe they didn't have the same employment opportunities because a lot of them don't where they come from countries that have systematically not had had employment problems and ray what happens when you don't have a job right back had a church easily flipped by these isis yeah know batteries people need an opportunity a job and so that's why tech is so exciting there are so many jobs and as soon as we unlock this tell pipeline they can get them right it it's just owen powerlift takes them questions from the audience if you have a question on which you can ask it on twitter you can ask it in the facebook group and josh kraushaar komura says tree how students span the globe where's the biggest growth occurring which is the most surprising that's a good question thank you judge is your question our seen.

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"powerlift" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"powerlift" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"I think that idea that we need to suffering the jim there's obvious some usefulness to suffering you you need to put some energy into a but that's not our end goal and i think sometimes you know we almost become addicted to that suffering i have to go to the gym get this spent feeling and i think sometimes you know it's kind of a harsh statement of feelings don't matter your feelings don't matter the jim you following a good protocol is what matters and like you said the simple sinister there's many days it's like oh this is it and you're done in fifteen minutes in this that's all you need to do today and you don't have to feel spent i i a part of it is just following good protocol doing a training session it's such training the skills in each session and i think thinking of each as an opportunity to find perfection you're always searching for that perfect i think those are important things for beginners to to keep in mind we back of american backtrack here i is the question just came to my mind let's say you are doing barbell trade landslide you i do a press squat dead lift benchpress could i include it like a simple and sinister routine like an on my off days would that be too much i i think the you know the big thing is you know depending on how much volume you're doing on the you know the other exercises i would definitely think you added but if you're if you're doing super high volume with those you're going to need the recovery for those exercises so you but we do often build a simple sinister type program for powerlift think the turkish get up is one of the best ways to protect your shoulder to sort of pre habilitation shoulder to keep a strong and safe especially if you're doing a lotta benchpress that that.

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