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Pelosi and McConnell receive coronavirus vaccine

1A

00:57 sec | Last month

Pelosi and McConnell receive coronavirus vaccine

"Have congressional leaders. They're taking the vaccine for covert 19. As NPR's Claudia agree solace reports. Both Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sleep quickly shared news of their vaccine shots the capital's attending physician says members of Congress can now receive the vaccine is part of requirements to ensure continuity of government operations. Pelosi was the first congressional leader to share that she'd gotten the vaccine and she's urging her colleagues to do so as well. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced soon after he had also received the vaccine, and House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy said he would be getting his soon. The vaccine could bring more certainty that Congress will continue to function in the coming weeks. So far about 50 members have tested positive or were presumed so this year, which has disrupted work on Capitol Hill, Claudia Reece Ellis, NPR NEWS

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House passes defense legislation with veto-proof margin as Trump threatens veto

Morning Edition

00:55 sec | Last month

House passes defense legislation with veto-proof margin as Trump threatens veto

"Threats from President Trump, the democratically led house is sending a massive defense policy bill to the Senate. NPR's Claudia Chrysalis reports. The House approved the bill by a vote of 335 to 78. Trump reiterated his opposition to the legislation known as the National Defense Authorization Act, because it doesn't repeal illegal shield for social media companies. But Democrats and Republicans approved the bill anyways, here's House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that's urged the president to show respect for the work of the bicameral, bipartisan Congress. And for the sacrifice of our military. Some Republicans, including members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, did vote against it. If Trump follows through on his veto threat, it's unclear of Congress has the votes to override it. That would break a 60 year streak of approving the measure annually. Claudia Reece

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"reece" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

08:46 min | 2 months ago

"reece" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"Yeah i think he gets worse as you get older you very. I feel like. I'm getting less timo timid vehicle of it. I don't know what that is. that's you thing of. I don't know if i can. I want the fire emitted still do i think of an i always managed to concrete the you what you ultimately want to show after the thing that always gets me through is having rehearsed for five weeks. Whatever it is you've done and it's the day especially with theater that you're about to go on and show the audience press night. Where is horribly skewed in. You've got that on your mind is just you've just got oils. The just show them what you can do. This is the point to shine not go inward you got to lay out on the play button boldly present what you can do and you know you can do it. And it of always manages to push me into stepping up to the mall rather than going. God you in which is what you feel every step of the way and also about five or six weeks of the rehearsal room to fall flat on face and not get it right. Yeah now's the time to have a play about yes. Yeah and joy and solve bloom rather than with a brace. When was the decision when you had to go on the dole. I'm just going back now. Is this is after brown. Yes yes after. Years of living in london in wood green above shopping city. Oh my god. I used to live with green did you. Yes did you. I was literally all those little flats above shopping city. I well i used to work is very nice for any listener. If you've been to understand. I was a student. I used to work in the pizza hut on the corner. Oh yes yeah. Yeah from ninety onward till ninety-six really move in and out of just light arbel. A jobs are being. I one of the first people to give the i we did in the st with a little cable with lilt was a new drake right. Okay we got our guy about it. And i was asking people to try and say is abc od. Which is your favorite wall. Now we have to make a note that was going back to the money factories to go right. People liking this version of the most. So was i was. I did not know that. I did an online telephone surveys. The way arena co calling asking trying to do. It wasn't even really selling. It was stupid just compiling maury poll opinions about like what shoes aero. If you're gonna gone holiday. Where would you go films that you rent and enraged. The very few tried to ring them. You're trying to sell me something. And then you'd have that terrible thing of the toll of you have to get your target in and do so many in an hour and fill out these forms. And then i did one where i was walking around tower hamlets me and a friend do trying to opole about holidays and just knock it on those alsatians barking. Oh gold it was really good. And i remember literally distinctly. We had a massive pile of and we done any. We slid the modern have been and we just checked and we couldn't do it so this is not no human. Should 'bout to do this. It was really hard. Maybe we maybe there are people that would have been brilliant. I was not one of them. I just think that's really odd really very hard. It was really hard time. We was there any of you go and because of the situation and how difficult and demoralizing this probably was a. I think i'm just going to give up ago. Yeah 'cause that was that every every night was. Why am i in london on the dull dull paying my rent because a acog and the money so i have no money because the money is my rent army to stay flat doing where it could be a full meal dad. In whole the. I knew. And i'm in london with nothing at all and terrible demoralizing job is not acting and i would have to scrape together to try and get an do occasionally get member consumes. Louis are looking at that going could i do. Ti for an plane and hamlet. As you like it playing you know these tie these parts what he said. I'll never get it trying to mail out again agent disaster. It was so hard and nothing ever really happened. I got smallpo- the one job. I got that was before anything to do with. The league was in london's burning tiny pie and nine thousand nine hundred ninety two. I think he was. It was the mavericks today. National lottery started this thing tonight. Where you've your numbers in. You might win. it never was really bad. See this moment where the ball's came out but that that day. I feel doing doing this. Tiny non part in in burning and it was on a real sat and was why isn't cameraman and the regular actors now is this young couldn't believe any vows. I mean a real thing with proper practices. I like i was told on this in the same world really but said that was my first experience of light rail. An running tv show with the real deal was a constant battle. With you. Know your self esteem. Because it's gonna take a battering and i always find out. Because i remember when i lived in london when i wasn't working quite really unhappy. It's a real battle. And i find it a very own forgiven city. Yeah is when you've got nothing exactly absolutely exposes that the loneliness of that no. You can't do anything you know. This is in the days where you could have a travel card and you could use it for a day. You might just about to go somewhere. But generally it's heartbreaking yet. Feel that you've got an ace self-fulfilling soft spiral of if you don't get any way just you just descend can see our would be times when i thought i. This is not caught. Really do think this is going to happen. And i did start looking thinking. Maybe i could do clawback something to do in my art. Maybe think maybe. I could do back to college. I didn't do anything about it. But thank god that that we had accident happened that What happened was steve out the blue having not i saw a stay in contact remarkable and he came to stay with me a little bit because martin wasn't in london. I was in london. He was in bristol from few years. Eventually he moved to london would come enough so long weekends and stay over our flat. Steve was doing all right. He had a job. At variety was a copy editor of righty. So we felt like he was boggling. Along and itself is on theater company with gordon anderson. The am was point on plays in the fringe and then he asked the blue to design the poster for a play that he and mark written. That was going on at the canal. Cafe where we ended up doing the league so it was out i was required back into their sort of pool via my art so i drew this poster and that was how i got in contact with him again and then we also came back to gets to do these sketches for this for this one night so it was a soul happy accident. We all gone out. Separate ways tried a bit. I'd probably fail more than them and then came back to what we did in the meantime you i did told him in germany and ti. Innov- where i'm at ollie. Plimsolls the rest of it so it was all we italy stuff that would not go on us in the end but the time it was really hard and i seventy people want to do this. I m just completely anonymous. I've got no leg up. And i think i'm good. If if only people would debt is to take a punt got really close to getting into trestle to complete the did the masks year and there were quite big in that..

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"reece" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

07:42 min | 2 months ago

"reece" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"It's a sari style if as a seaside town but i did manage to get out for a ride on the bike today. Oh good which blew cobwebs. Have you been doing yeah. I mean it's been obviously strange for everybody but we workwise been source of all right because we were. We started filming march. We got three days into the new series six of number nine and then he got stopped and so we were. That was folks then. We took the time in lockdown to write series seven. Because we knew we added that commission six seven together but we had written seven. We just thought well that'd be that'd be the next thing after filming sakes so then we did. It was really weird to do. That was a whole experience any self because he was remote. Never before right with stephen a room you know. But i was going to say though that partnership is that you'll take almost on you'll come together and join the data. Bring us together in the room. Our writing process generally has always been that we we saw two. Don't go separate ways. We say everything is talked through and we are in the room all the time creating it. And so what's weird. Is we run of the read so now on zoom and it was terrible because it was all creates a little island of everyone is no timing remote and dead completely dead makes you doubt it completely so it was like that sounds terrible. But they're also going to be happy with it but yes so the writing was because it was the screen final draft page each We were able to just talk through new ideas and slowly chip away these stories but what it exposes is. How much is your your playfulness in your invention. And your creativity is in. The down is in the off beats and this is like right. We're doing it now. And so that we deter the army. Knock in that time is exhausted. Because he's like there's no sorts of assurance forgetting go for coffee and then you have that thing where you ebbing and flowing and this is like no. You've got to do it now. And it's interesting. Always remember the interview with them. Please john cleese about the room to play. The creativity is in that space where he saw of. You've got the ability to solve almost feel like you not doing it. And you can breath some new reform a little bit and you can provides a little bit and then write it down in this tolkien. And that's really hard when it comes down to. We're going to do it and we're going to stop at four o'clock needs like a job job and all we saw have made it into that because we've got an office when we go to it and we sit in a little rouben mamoulian hill and we do like nine to five hours but nevertheless the resolve this we still something in the feeling of always on and this is just being on the screen with the other person going right. We're doing the writing now. Israeli solve intense and exhausting in a way that we couldn't catch up in the we did less hours we got. We did it but it was. It was much more grueling. For the time we were doing the writing which was interesting to me. 'cause i thought that is really. That's exposed of one of those bits way you stop and you have laughing and not doing it but you still solve thinking about ruminating on it and also the human contact is all sierra room. Next year. a now it's almost cleaner absolutely and there is no human does new experience so having anything happened else being in the house and so that is no rubbing off of ideas and just seeing something in the street in my spot spark you thought of the. We're musk on because of having to adapt to that race. Did it was the right in process. I mean he said it was slightly more grueling. But it did it take longer. It didn't really we were able what we've done is i mean we have. We've done it we've written. We had a couple of goes where we've written to. There was about two scripts that we wrote that we thought were really good. And there've been some show back across the table with them saying too expensive. It's like you've written the movie and so we were like an seems to have happened about four times that we thought we've right. That's the last one that series seven and then he's like no. We can't do that one off. Why not so i want. We are really good at knowing the budgetary things. Yes we know. We better dry dry car. Let's be parked and do the talking so we haven't got low loader all the in in the daytime so it's not nice you even about things like curtains to make it look day for night. We have an awareness of that. Should be where you're really hampering your own the points of writing and thinking you can flourish creative. If you've got of constrictions new mind so we thought we were doing all those things of leveling off budgetary worries and. He's just got tighter and tighter. It's another senator story. Our the budget of number nine is gone seemingly has gone down and down the most. We've done gone up. It's all made our seven show. You know that is just that weird thing where you think things that are success and our be recommissioned. They'll be throwing money at it or at least in you all do the same again for yet when i say oh well what you did that. That was fantastic. You did six episodes for x. Amount now series. I want you to eight. But i'm taking more money away from. You seems to have been like that for years and years and it's a it's not nice. I mean everyone's got their version of. Yeah obviously we're not unique in that respect to totally start is near the. Is there a place where that's not the case and they give him more money every to the marvel films got more and more every time i'd say yes it's interesting i was thinking about number nine specifically awhile ago. I've always talked to people about you know having creative control. It's interesting that you say now. The restrictions you know as the success goes we'll put on through series two series because it seems to me from the outset. It always seemed to me. That the year and steve had such a clear vision of what you want the nobody else could could hamper with that also of look. I'm not sure this was what are you. Don't actually know because this is so specific is specifically your world. Yeah i think you're right. I mean especially with the scripting. We all left devices. I mean extraordinarily no Absolutely cherished trail. Because i know it's not the case for a lot of people that we write them in a room over there and they're saw made and the don't and this the there they are the questions some things and sometimes is budgetary but as far as the plot. We've got it written so a so pinned down by the time it arrives. Because they're not like early drafts with so vague ideas have pretty much written. They caught really on picket. They will twist be the she doesn't die every costs. No no. it's not so. They caught really get the clause in an unpaid not way which is good. I think but we are open we. I don't think would so meghan. I thing we are the arbiter of absolute our always love collaborating with everyone and hope that everyone will make you better. We've got version of everything's pretty good and then all you want isn't is. Everyone is better than you in.

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"reece" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

01:59 min | 2 months ago

"reece" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"Public how on we're gonna hold shot with this week. I'm going to tell you long. I know. I know it's been a few weeks. We spoke or just life gets in the way sometimes. I'm joe you can appreciate up but wore a fantastic episode. We laughed a few weeks ago with nicole kidman. Yeah what a reaction and how great was she was so natural for me Because as you know you never know what to expect no razzle for these things you just dive in and it was great. I was thrilled. Made up. she came on now speaking to be made up this week with somebody who we've been trying to make dates work ages and ages as the way with these things. It's mr reshare smith and i'm thrilled. He joined me in the jerry's in embroiled in while i say he was was over skype. Obviously that's how we do things. These days which are be honest. He's not the same look. I'm very very hopeful that in the coming weeks. I think we're going to be able to do our first person to person socially distanced episode which. I'm very much looking forward to say cross van yet. We're back we are back record in. We're gonna it's gonna be is gonna be more regular in the coming weeks but still bad with us Hopefully we'll get one for next week. but we are planning on record in a bumper crop of new episodes to take you through christmas and into january..

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Harry Maguire and Reece James sent off as England lose to Denmark at Wembley

ESPN FC

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Harry Maguire and Reece James sent off as England lose to Denmark at Wembley

"Harry Maguire managers are get booked twice in the space of half an hour reese James Manages to get sent off after the final whistle and England lose at home to Denmark. Chose Maguire's having a rough time. Do you blame him or do you blame the managers who keep playing him? To start. Button, ready with United Against Peres I thought that was even worse with England on on Wednesday night I mean why is going on? There's a second yellow card he tackles with his left foot right-footed. Like maybe I don't know. But even just defy. Logic of anything and he's just I think he needs a break. I think you need to stop playing for a while. I think just needs to refocus reenergize just just having breakfast just stop do something. To do something bit, don't play with united at the weekend against to. Surly doppler with united. against. Chelsea and Aston, which are the next to. Premier League. I think it could get worse. Okay. But I agree with you on the wire but should we be called? I know we all love Gary Southgate because he's not very nice guy you don't like him. Till you're going to blame him as well for. What Clearly you can see that. Lacks confidence lacks form likes pretty much everything. Much much fitness sharpness everything what you play him was you pay me in the game night. This were already you were not good against bedroom, for example and not. Even McGuire and then you play in a game like this again I i. think you need a break I think everybody can see it and I just hope you get say for his own sake I will say this about southgate because we're seeing the same film that unwound with every single previous in England coach. Everybody jumped on the bandwagon. So great it's love show good whether at the time was competitor happened with hearts and Ericsson and then all of a sudden they turn on him and totally go the other way. Observe Gab look at the last four games, your food not run.

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Carson Wentz pummeled, Eagles suffer distressing loss to Washington

KYW 24 Hour News

01:20 min | 4 months ago

Carson Wentz pummeled, Eagles suffer distressing loss to Washington

"To say the least, the opener of the Eagles or their fans were hoping form K Y. W's David Graham joins us Live talk about everything that went wrong against Washington. Actually, David, we talked about everything that went wrong, You'd be here, you know, Still a week from Tuesday, right? Hello, Dave. Hey, Brandon, Well last year in the in the Eagles came back against Washington from the 17 Nothing deficit this year, they called up 17 Nothing. Lee's started out as a celebration for Eagles fans of the 2020 season. And it has turned into a nightmare. Meryl Reece called 27 17. Lawson, w. P, and one of the reasons yesterday happened, Carson went back eight times behind an inexperienced offensive line definitely didn't make me skittish. You know, some of those things I gotta clean up might had open guys that I could get rid of the ball quicker. Doug Peterson said. The sax can't happen to head coach called 42 past place to 17 run, he admitted. The run game needs cleaning up a CZ well. Necessarily in game no for throwing a run, and I just I just know that we're going to execute the play called and do our best. Tio try to score the Los Angeles Rams or next. So this is one game of a long season and No, That's what we're gonna we're gonna focus on this week and Brandon last night. The Rams beat the Cowboys already. Thank you, Dave. On the

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"reece" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:45 min | 5 months ago

"reece" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"And need to be doing like a lot of different things which makes sense but. Anyway we. Talk a lot about. Like funny. It's one of those readings where he was like talking about other people in my life and. Coming eventually around to talking about me. But I was like kind of wanting more of me but he's like your brother, your sister's kind of going through the family which was released. Sweet Nice and kind of gave some. Confirmations around you know just things that that they have been dealing with or just kind of mulling over but it was really sweet. He was like you just talking about like Sean our relationship and he's like he's like he is sensitive and secure. He is like you to our lake I don't know. I don't like to say soulmates but you are like puzzle pieces knows just like very, very sweet and he talked a lot about like almost thirty and just how Just, how? Strong it is and it just like felt so so good and so right but yeah, it was it was just interesting because I think I matt like kind of a and we're like a season where. One we've been to so many like readings and cyclic somewhat earn hundreds and like at this point one I go into these readings. I'm never told anything that I don't truly know facts you mean and. That's kind of what I want to say to people who are like. Maybe doing their first reading. It's like so much of it is just like reactivating that intuition and knowing, yeah or waking you up to it. Yeah I think at the beginning though and I had my for my first real reading in. CHICAGO. When she predicted my whole life to now I literally was like now. I hadn't. Entry predicted just end she predicted New York all this stuff and I was like no Wow. Yeah I said no, that's not true I. Don't like Newark I. Don't WanNa Move to New York all these things and so I think If you're consciously creating your life and hopefully we are i. think that is true. Yeah. But also in your twenties, it's so crazy. You don't know what's going on. You know you're kind of so who knows but I I see exactly what you mean yeah. It just gave me some guidance with like family stuff too. I was like just being it almost like strengthened the perception of like what's actually adding without? True really strengthens your own intuition. So, pet psychics, real psychics we love him off over here. That's why we're here. I have a story highlight about my pets I experience, and then also I have references for other psychics on Instagram to if you guys want any good mediums or psychics yes we're friends with all from yes. Truly. Yeah. Crew Redo honestly feel like everyone I talked to as a psychic isn't it? Funny when we like hang out with our intuitive friends? Yeah. Like looking at him sideways override so. Do you want to tune in. For. Dinner you WanNa like. Oh Man. I'm so excited about this one I was really really inspired and just I felt really energized after this conversation I felt so good. You know Lindsey and I were talking after just how inspiring Gabby is cruel. She is how heartfelt and sincere she is and really she someone that you know we're proud interview. You know she's done so many great things for family we love layered we love he doesn't know. Detail one does. Now now, we also love laird superfood. Deeply something Lindsay may have been using for years I, your feed myself. Laird Superfood, creamer out supposed to spoon feeders. But I do. So I'm just excited about this one. You guys are GonNa be so inspired please send it to a friend or someone in your life that needs a little boost or you think would resonate with this message or Gabby or any of the things that she stands for yeah. You can connect with Gabby a Gabrielle reece DOT COM on Instagram. Gabrielle Reece and her podcast. The gabby reese show she is just I mean she's a legend she's an athlete she's she's an author. She's a wife and mother she's an entrepreneur and I just love to how dynamic this conversation was so fun and for everyone you know our almost thirty community just remind her we have resources for you whatever you're going. Through a you can visit shop almost thirty dot com courses and downloadable 's one of my favorite ones is the human design course we have a two hour course with genesis human design in there, and then also one of the really popular ones is the dream bundle..

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Philadelphia Flyers-Islanders Game 3 Postponed As NHL Players Protest Police Shooting Of Jacob Blake

Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team

01:12 min | 5 months ago

Philadelphia Flyers-Islanders Game 3 Postponed As NHL Players Protest Police Shooting Of Jacob Blake

"At noon will be Game three of the Flyers Islanders Siri's tied at a game apiece. NBA playoffs will resume as well the Phillies season tonight at home against the Nationals on Jackie Robinson Day across Major league Baseball. Seven PM Right here on 94 W All of this. The aftermath of the players choosing not to play following the police shooting of Jacob Blake last weekend, Reece Hoskins led the Phillies Playersmeeting on the decision. Most powerful 30 minutes of you got together with some powerful ones approved today. And honestly, a lot of it was spent listening. We could see that in some of the guys that spoke today in our meeting that Tired, tired of it. It's something that stays with them in the game. After the game. Some of these guys have kids and families. They can't get away from it even when they're with their family. So yeah. To speak. Speak up. We're all humans at the end of the day. Every human should have an opportunity. To experience the same life. I think that's that's really what we're about. Eagles

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Candy Makers Try to Fight Off a Halloween Horror Show

Business Wars Daily

03:09 min | 6 months ago

Candy Makers Try to Fight Off a Halloween Horror Show

"From wondering I'm David Brown and this is business words daily on this Thursday. July thirtieth. It may be the dog days of summer for most of us, but the folks at Hershey are already up to their necks in Halloween earlier this month Hershey announced it's Candy Lineup for horrors high holiday some of the ghoulish goodies include vampire themed Hershey, kisses stuff with red strawberry cream, and Reece's Franken cups which have a green creme dement flavored bottom. But the candy maker also has a haunting concern if covid nineteen continues to cancel in person celebrations what will Halloween Twenty Twenty look like Dad. Insult to injury the holiday falls on a Saturday this year. So little ferry princesses, pirates and ghouls could've stayed out later collecting more candy for their late night sugar rush without worrying about school the next day. Now it's unclear if people will be comfortable handing out goodies to trick or treaters at all, even with ample squirts of hand sanitizer in between. So Hershey is hedging its bets in an earnings call last week CEO. Michelle said the company is reducing production of Halloween, themed candy to avoid. Leftovers Wall Street Journal reports Hershey's earnings did beat expectations this quarter booze stead by pandemic comfort food buying and buck says that Halloween orders from retailers or strong. So she's optimistic that sales won't be too bad. Still The holiday makes up about ten percent of the company's revenue of that trick or treating generates have of the company's Halloween sales. So even a small disruption could be a real pain in the neck Hershey rival. Mars Wrigley is also thinking about October thirty. First, the company will revive skittles zombies, which were introduced last year longtime favorites like Eminem M.'s will simply get Halloween themed packaging on a recent episode of the marketers brief podcast Mars Wrigley's chief Halloween officer Tem Lebel said Mars Wrigley's planning quote conservatively for the holiday Lebed's primary title is president of sales, but the seasonal shift indicates just how important Halloween is to the company's bottom line. So what does it Candy Company do when faced with a Halloween horror show. Pivot, of course, both companies are studying lessons learned during the Easter Season Easter candy sales fell about four percent because of the pandemic according to the national confectioners association. Abell says Mars Wrigley had too much in store product, but ran out of online stock. Overall online candy sales have been growing especially chocolate

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"reece" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

05:16 min | 9 months ago

"reece" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Stevie Reece thanks checking the financial markets the Dow is down thirteen points nasdaq ahead by forty three and the S. and P. five hundred picking up eight points breaking news on KYW newsradio Philadelphia's top doctor says he's not willing to say we're past the peak of coronavirus yet in the city says things are looking better but the virus might surprise us doctor Tom Farley says we continue to make progress with hundreds of cases being diagnosed every day we are still in the thick of coronavirus in Philadelphia so the best way to proceed is to continue to stay at home and otherwise socially distance mayor Kenney says he's happy to hear that a portion of the small business payroll protection program of the if president it has adjusted in the last hour or so signed into law an extension of that program infusing it with hundreds of billions of dollars more for small businesses as well as for hospitals and increased corona virus testing for the mayor says portion of the P. B. P. is going to be set aside for businesses that don't have established banking relationships especially minority owned businesses they've been working with Goldman Sachs on that the city has a doesn't yet know how much money from the federal a plan is destined for Philadelphia but he says the word that some of that money will be earmarked for those without banking relationships that's a good step in the right direction according to mayor Kenny will head back to the news briefing once the English language portion resumes for now one seventeen the corona virus pandemic is sending except this balance sheet off the rails last month's surplus is turned into a growing deficit they want to use Mike denardo reports no writers no revenue at a meeting held by teleconference deputy GM rich burn field told the SEPTA board Thursday that following the corona virus stay at home orders transit ridership was down seventy nine percent and regional rail ridership fell by ninety six percent last month he says that turned a February surplus into a seven million dollar deficit in March a deficit burn field expected to grow significantly G. M. Leslie Richards pointed out that federal stimulus money will only fill part of the void not nearly enough and future funding for cats are bleak she said virtual public hearings on SEPTA's fare restructuring have been postponed until late may and the effective date for the new fares would be determined more than one hundred septa workers have tested positive and for employees have died from covert nineteen and Richards noted that the septa leadership met with heavy hearts Ali and having our co workers fall ill it's definitely the most difficult part Mike denardo KYW newsradio the food and drug administration is warning doctors against prescribing a malaria drug touted by president trump for treating the corona virus outside of hospitals are research settings regulators are warning of reports of serious side effects and deaths among patients taking hydroxy chloroquine and related drugs Cllr Quinn let's go back to Philadelphia's daily briefing on the queue in a portion just because my question regards FEMA and it's and grants that we're getting or have access to from them regarding recovery is there any plans for the city to apply for FEMA grants regarding homelessness I understand there are some available for the students to acquire right right I think in the short answer is yes round five for everything the grant that's available and I believe we've actually received some from the first round of of grant dollars as well you know whether it's a regarding around homelessness around reimbursement around you know we we are going to aggressively every dollar that we can find Brian Abernathy there the city has gotten the any money from the P. P. P. P. P. first round and I guess where did that go these are so what I actually want to actually clarify something the on the homeless grants those are not actually from FEMA per se there actually there are a number of federal programs FEMA is probably the last resort and so it is it is really a host of different federal programs some run by hides some run by C. S. B. G. R. CS Eugene sorry there's there's dollars in treasury so there's a gamut of federal funding available and not just three months so I just wanna make that very clear and then around she keeps he I don't think we have those numbers that that was work being handled by by banks and so okay thank thank you Denise next we're going to go to your email Crespo with Telemundo game see if some of it went up and asked Farley a silver with the question being asked in Spanish there will.

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"reece" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

15:17 min | 9 months ago

"reece" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"We lift quarantine. I WanNa have you guys over. If you're into the water we can teach you the pool stuff no problem but if you said to me old school you're supposed like twelve feet deep. Oh Yeah A. We just bought a house. That has a lot of rules right. There's a lot of rules now. Oh Yeah Yeah. Yeah so the House we bought has a pool there and we were GonNa rip it out and then put a new pool in. It's a twelve foot pool it's A. It's like a thirty year old pool. I Lo- is like an eye shown Iowa so island I will Little Sidebar. Yeah sometimes so like whenever the kids here they'll be like asked me to create a game. I'm really good at coming games. One of the Games I've played based off of the exercises. You and Labor doing so we taking weights into the pool and we were creating and our friends but we were creating games back and forth. Who could do it the fastest? Who could do the most weight? We were running on the bottom of the pool. We're putting tools in our Weights in our feet and treading water. You're doing a bunch of different. It was all based off of stuff. I'd seen you and layered doing really get the new house and I WANNA move. The Pool in Iowa is my youngest kind of more physical child like. Don't she goes. Let's keep this Pool Dad. No one's got a twelve foot pool. We can scuba dive in it. We can take weights down to the bottom dad. Think about this and so now. We're leaving the cool. It's got a twelve foot deep end. Yeah and thinking about this now laird our friend just got him almost like a new setup we have the trick would bad as we're getting we're going to do a little more research you can never hold your breath like he. He he wants to. How do we just stay under down and like you can do squat ballistic jumps? You can do all this stuff has now come up and get a breath and go down and come up based like that but he now has been talking about like going up to an air but with that you never hold your breath. It's dangerous but it's like another world you know. We have speakers under the water. So the music playing underwater and You know it's good on the joints and if you're in a pissy mood kind of makes you feel like a million bucks but I think With with the heat and the ice they're equally amazing but the heat is probably overall. If you're talking about just straight health it's still probably the king. He and today. We did a cycle this morning. He put it at one sixty and the Called you've seen probably a doctor. Rhonda Patrick on Joe I've deemed with Doctor Rhonda Patrick about like Yeah. So you know we did so. We're doing an hour protocol warning at one. Sixty 'cause normally layered has a barrel to twenty to twenty five. I've done through twenty in Australia and Burns. Your nose like your. I'm going like my burning my lungs e no. You're not really your lawns but you. You kind of acclimate. Thanks and like if you go in our we have a variable. We also have a room and the room has benches low and high. I'm pacing myself. You never seen me go in and go on the high like all those guys they all go up high and like yet good for you. I go down well but the long protocols kind of interesting there's a lot of hope was protocols that staying in just longer one hour so we yes so my my suggestion would be like try to be hydrating for you going as it does make a difference. So that means like trace minerals. You're talking about Alex Trace Minerals Just to make sure you really hydrated minerals. Pretend you're talking to a monkey. Okay so you can go to like a whole foods or go online and look for something called trace minerals which is like a lot of time. Just see minerals from the ocean things like that. Where if people because people go away. water not hydrated because sometimes depending on the kind of water you can't use your cells don't absorb the waters as well so if you that's why people use a little pink salt or trace minerals you just put it in there. That's really getting hydrated. So if you're sonning you better be hydrated here like bad combo and I like to hydrate before and then again asked her laird. Usually hydrates after but He he likes misery more than I do. So that's like one sixty If you have an infrared it's like one thirty one twenty one sixty for an hour. I would put on and I would put on podcasts or music or have your wife's there and there'd be times you can visit sometimes it's like okay. The last one minutes like everyone please note. I'm talking like your hot but one hour. This really can impact your health in a lot of great way. So he'll do it sometimes. He gets a little too extreme. Sometimes they'll do it twice at the end of the beginning of the day at Sam once and he'll go and do that for solid week or two and what's an every day every day every morning now. Are you working out before that or after that so for me? I space it so I did that. I'm GonNa visit with you and then I'll train later if my days super-busy which of course we're in quarantine it's different deal than I'll spe separate out like layer. Did we stand up? Have you ever seen the STANDUP bikes? And He puts on his hands. Oh yeah no but I mean he now will take it up the hill so this morning at. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah so now. He is a stand up bike which is basically he has. I have one. That's a sliding one. That's more elliptic. Unless he has a bite that they've done the pedals differently. People can get them now and it looks more like mountain bike. Who got the hell do that? Came Down had coffee that we hit the sauna for an hour and then he trained after. I will now train after you because I like to face it. I don't like to train right after now if you do that for a week. Your Body. Start to acclimate. You would be able to put training closer to it for sure. Okay you got wind up hydrate if you add the trace minerals right after the sauna. You'd be surprised. How much federal form anything or doing including just talking. Now when you say when you say train what is your training. Look like mine's pretty basic. But like what would you say train? What are you when I do I do if I knew? Land Training on the land. It's high intensity so probably forty eight fifty two minutes were I met saying. I don't do a lot of stopping. I tried to get on one leg a lot. Is You know like being you know the idea about like just lifting heavy weight is kinda silly. It's not optional. So the more people can get on one foot here and there especially if you see me in twenty years you like wow gabby still seems coordinated in if she almost fell she could write herself so important. It's everything there's a guy that we work with. Dr Calvin who works doesn't like xp sort of our our stuff and he talks about the three tests that they do for living really well and independently would be. You're about to fall your ability to write yourself your vio to capacity so even if you're older seventy five eighty it doesn't mean to. Cassie can't be the same as a forty year old and then lastly would be really get up and down. So what does that mean outta bed often toilet so people have to realize balance and continuing leg strength functional movement? Because if you're just somebody like banging iron slotting there's a place for that. Maybe you're going use it in performance but really if you talk about training it's like get one foot getting these positions where it may not be about a ton of way but it's about the whole body moving in an organized way south to. That's that's what I said to joe the other day I said you know I started lifting weights by. I want my bone density bronner and I just don't want to be it's for me. It's anti-aging legit. It's like I don't obviously. I WANNA look good. I guess but like I really just want to like you said falling and breaking a hip is the beginning of the end. It is that is when you get old and just move correctly like know if you have a dog but it's all of a sudden you got a fifty pound bag of dog food. Don't bend over to pick it up slot down grab it so for me. I have an I like that you had like high performance and then the other three days that I train. I do it in the pool. And that's a whole other beast that you know is like it. Kind of changed my. We've been doing that training for about eleven years and that really changed my view about a lot of things but that allows you because you're you can do high toxic training. You can touch the curtain a lot with your breath and lack of oxygen and training and also being like this is the coolest thing about it besides the you can be ballistic not pounder joints. What's amazing about that? Is there are drills that we set up that the only way to really finish it is your ability to to be calm so it creates this environment that's objective. The water doesn't isn't here doesn't give shit sound like good job bad job it's just there's Arab of it there's no air below it and the only different Sundays is like my mind. Another things is to open my eyes team to open could make it. That can't finish the drilling to get there and back in there and back under without brash. And so it's all that thing so then when you come into land in your real life and your kids doing something and whatever and oh I'm uncomfortable and can I still stay relaxed so there is something really interesting about holding your breath and being relaxed because you can't. You can't always get after it and I think you live in life you know. It's like the pot. We joke about the palm tree in the storm. Wire palm trees still around because when the way really is cranking which should be like your children or your job you fucking you lay down roll with it and then what happens. The wind stops your sandbox up and as somebody wants like muscle everything me. I'm like Yo I have to get some skills in Kinda going and relaxing and the water really teaches out for sure but I'm fascinated by your all. Its Key I googled it a million times. Oh actually gain. Expertise training fascinated by accessible. You guys are friends with John C McGinley. Yeah Yeah and like he came to your house and he's doing it..

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"reece" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

07:55 min | 9 months ago

"reece" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"A as me who I am also like what I'm saying I can do best to contribute to the tribe. Whatever that is is like. I'm breaking everything down to like third to fifth grade because I want to get granular but I know that most people that are granular. Don't need that but it's more about the people who don't have any of the information and zinc okay. How do we make it even feasible for you like to start and and just have fun with that but I do? Mb sometime you guys. Because as comedians right you go from one side of the spectrum. I Joke League Jokin. Go from like a Dick joke to quantum physics in like three sentences and like you know as females. It's like you. Can't you almost think they ask you to choose right like you? GotTa Kinda choose on like okay on this. Choose being human experiences a trick. I am married to a guy. I have three daughters. I come from sports a little bit of healthcare. That's what I can do some. I'm blind and actually I don't know of Joe knows but when he said it I done at one with Neil Strauss the truth barrel for a while and And after that I was like well maybe I want to do it but I do my own and when Joe said it's me at this show I was like you know what I'm GonNa do it because I get from tweeted immediately tweeted or posted immediately On on instagram. I forget where I put it but you absolutely need to have a podcast you. Without the day he said it to you on the PODCAST THEY WANNA say I listen to it. The second came out. You are one of the few like I'm saying like I'll tell you what they should do. A podcast I will do think it's a great way to. It's an extension of your social media. I think they're awesome. People find. It doesn't need to be the world's biggest podcast to be successful podcast. In my opinion some of the best ones are the ones that only are getting ten thousand listens but I did get but you with out a doubt or someone. I can't find enough material on online in. I'm not even joking over. Thank you and I have to. I'm always I had to really funny. It just reminded me of the story that I had. I had somebody writing in note when I was like. I've been dating laird for a year and I guess Somehow Watch north shore and then they had been and it makes me think of like people thought. It was very funny and odd that we came together on. Oh Yeah okay you know what I mean. I know later tonight. But it came from interviewing layer. I interviewed Leonard for a TV show extremists. And that's actually how he met. Really what was the extremists Seat it was like a birth off show from TV sports so Dan Cortes created on TV. Sports he got hurt and he was like. I'm not doing the things. He had a dental courthouse. Get hurt I feel like he got hurt. On what would be now four wheeler but was at three wheeler like I think it was something like North Carolina and he got until he told US producers which actually make sense. I'll do all the wrap arounds semi to the fancy like the fun events. Mtv with the cool person and then we'll let someone else go kill themselves. And actually Henry Rollins was doing segments so like me going and doing some weird event and then they do a quick thing with him and then Dan would be sitting on a chair and talking some really famous actor athlete. Be Able to go. You know gabby reach sixty tall. She's going to go jump out of a plane and then they come to me and so off that show after a couple of seasons than critics show called extremists and guests so in talking to people has really done me right A. You're you're I mean you are. I would say as interested as Joe. I mean listen to you and I want to talk to you about I've just gotten into this by the way so late. My life to get into it. But I'm a little obsessed with Supplements and vitamins and never given a shit about them in my entire life right but I just like I had a brilliant idea and then I was like I cannot be the first person to have But that's how little I was like. I was like I was like I wanna go to a doctor. I want to have him test my body. Tell me what nutrients I need and then I want I. We say like self prescribed like you could like take twenty one in me test and then send it in and then they'd send you the vitamins and I'm like I'm like that's gotta exist. That's gotTa fucking exist while there's versions of that done and they go. Hey your love your urine here I think what happens is removed through this kind of story of like I train supplemented all these things. The deeper you get into the story you start to realize okay where I can cover the gaps. I will buy things like mushrooms. Were all deficient in Vitamin D. As in dog. Even if you're layered and you've been the son all the time most everybody's deficient indeed just the way it's crazy. The one thing I learned was like They were talking in just in a deep dive of vitamins. There were saying no one's getting enough vitamin D and I was like fucking kidding. That's gotTa be insane. Yeah so we have that and then but you you start to go got to go back to the things that the earth really provides like ooh Turkey tail in lion's Mane. All these things that it's not like you take it and you feel immediately something like even caffeine. You could do it or took dyson before he worked out. And you don't WanNa mess up sleep. But he's he needed a boost of energy shield out like right away so you start to go. Could I get it in my food? Could I get my butt to bed so I actually genuinely recover and for? Listen if you're doing a show and you're up till two or three because you guys are jacked up. You're excited you're hanging out with each other. Aphids shall that's what it is but on the nights that you're home and with your babe with your girls get to bet because then when you do that Saturday or Friday and Saturday together you're not getting your ass kicked so hard your overall health report card And just Kinda say like they. They talk about the eighty twenty. It's like just try to do the right stuff. Eighty percent of time because if the joy you get from being up late with your boys and your fellow Comedians and doing your job and your shows Friday Saturday when we get back to normal stresses still the worst thing. It's just still the worst thing being unhappy being stressed out. So it's like getting people to remember like Duffy militant be disciplined about your health but don't approach it in a militant way because that's weird stress and made yourself happy like and if that means staying up late on Saturday night because also it is your job. But it's like your people also mid roll reads mid roll reads. What are they? 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"reece" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

13:21 min | 9 months ago

"reece" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"I've known for well over twenty five years. She was an athlete of Florida State. And that is how I founder. She is married to laird. Hamilton back does not define her although laird. Hamilton is my man Christ. I don't know if you could tell that on the podcast. He they called me right after. This podcast They called me and on facetime and I talked about the Moore was in the kitchen with the An and both the girls are like who is it. The Rock and I was like uh no. It's the lifestyle power couple learnt Hamilton. And gabby reese so The podcast liens about to do a drinking podcast. But this is an amazing podcast. Lee what I think is cool about Gabby and layered in general but Gabby and this a podcast with. Gabby I eight to include her husband in this conversation. But it's such a great cop all that it's hard not to but what I think is amazing about. Gabby is just her commitment to finish. She is set a number of things. I've watched an ungodly amount of videos on her on her family. About like just lifestyle stuff they say it in say us in the podcast but at one point she talked about I heard her say I wanNA teach my daughter. Certain things like for instance bagels. Aren't food and I think that you had a Bagel the other day and I shared that with. Gabby I was like I as soon as you did it. I wanted to go bagels. Aren't food but they're amazing. They have this great workout program that you can find online. I'm GonNa go do with her when this whole thing's releases. I'M GONNA go out to Malibu and I'M GONNA go work out with her and layered they do this whole pool thing which is a lot like the thing used to do and And then go and steam and Sauna we talk about or sauna and ice bath we talk about Sean and we talk about ice bath. We talk about her journey from through Florida state from the islands into Florida state. Her friendship with Dion Sanders. We talked about her We talk about everything. We talk about. Ex-boyfriends we're talking about everything. This is an amazing. Podcast is an amazing podcast. And podcast with these zooms. I hope you're enjoying them. They're just getting better. I'm allowed to get so much a broader stroke of talent because so much talent is after home and they're willing to do these so we got Eddie coming up. We've got Tyler Florence coming up. We'VE GOT DR V. Which is an amazing podcast. We've got a logan. Paul is coming up. It's going to be a fun. It's it's it's going to be a fun month podcasting and like I said I'm tripling down. We're doing three PODCASTS. A Week I got two bears one cave. I got a Bill Bert. So you get five podcasts. A week for me. Hopefully it's not too much. If it is just stop. Just take a pause on me also. Why for the Party? Yeah why for the Party there? We go let her speak. And just talk over. You like the Patriarch. Im you look very pretty. Thanks that's it. This is a great podcast. That really as we talk about her raising children and how grounded. She's keeping her kids and how. She hasn't forced kids into a into sports. It's really insightful. I love this conversation. There will be more of these. I plan on becoming really good friends with her and layered and mainly and we're going to be a power crew. We're going to be a a quadruple and we'll talk about stuff like kettlebells breath holes big big wave surfing and I don't know anything about any of those three subjects losing gentlemen without further Ado. It is my pleasure as a kid from Florida a graduate of Florida state and an elite athlete to bring to you. This podcast Gabby. I can't tell you what a pleasure this is for me. I've known of you I've known of you. I think a lot of people have to say this to you. But I've none of you since I was in ninth grade. I'm guessing I'm sure teenage boys. Mtv Sports No No oh no Florida state. You were there when they're so like a hundred percent like it was so funny. Your career after Florida state was something. I I was like when people knew who you were I was always like. Oh you know who she is because for Florida kids dated a girl who was a shout out to Whitney Casey who will probably lose her mind with this was obsessed with volleyball obsessed with Alibaba and so she was a massive fan of yours but you came for any Florida. I grew up in Tampa Florida state but running Florida Kid. You were the first famous person we had really kind of because you you. When did you go to Florida? State I was. I went in in eighty seven. So Dion was a sophomore or junior so he left and then. I was there for two more years and I can tell you Dan get into I still know John Today. He looks so much like a grandfather. While you still look like you're like thirty one well heart of it is like I sometimes see it with my husband. We have daughters like you that like I don't have to deal with women but I'm a woman so I kinda understand N. N. A. Like sometimes men like when they're like really dealing with women and daughters and wives have different ways. I feel like I've gotten so much older. Justin this fuck just like literally. I feel like I'm getting gray hair. My haven't had a haircut semi. Here's Australian everywhere. Yeah the meme I see later tonight. I feel like he's exempt. Pack the same you know and I'm just like oh because as a girl and also Women's sports around women you understand like oh that's on flex piece I'm conflicts fees and then you kinda know how tune out or to SPEC and geysers nice all that a competitive growing up not so much and we play. I'm not so Welts twitter Kinda not true. I'm a little bit better but no like if you and I were doing a game I be a little competitive but not like everything's competition. I'm not actually see I have. I have a two modes. It's either joke mode or competitive like I I can either write it off entirely and go. Yeah I get it Oh yeah yeah like. If we're playing tennis I like this but the second I feel you put pace on it. I start going okay now our plan like I I cannot shake that and I was an. It's crazy today now. It's like almost frowned upon to be hyper competitive like like a tiger woods. But I I think competitions good I have something going on in my house right now we got a ping pong table for obvious reasons and I just besides maybe my twelve year old. I'm like the worst person in housing pingpong and I'm trying to be like Khulna said we deal but inside a I really WanNa kill somebody and then I tell myself the expression you're not good enough to be mad. You know that. Have you ever done this? Forty eight people time room like you know. This is your second time like you're not actually good enough to be mad so I could accept that gap. You're just not good enough tweet this this all. So typically see my brain with Ping Pong we used to play Ping Pong college and this is the way. I like all sports. All competition is with some sort of punitive damages at the end so we used to play and if you lost the point. You're the turnaround shirtless. And they got a shot at your back like as hard as they could and man that made you really play. Yeah little a little risks. Little risk of were the wrong house for that. Let me just. I don't want in that battle either. So you're black you're doing you'RE GONNA HIT. King Pong we okay around so you were born in the islands. I was raised in the Caribbean. Actually my parents. I think oversimplifying it. They think that a fling in the late like in sixty nine and I was born in California and then I would then eventually. I made my way down my fault. My Biologic Fossil Trinidad and then I ended up down and being raised in Jay Thomas and then my junior year I was moved to Saint Petersburg Tampa because it was just going nowhere. You grew up in an island. And you're SORTA like while we're GONNA gift shop. I hate hype. Maybe I'll get their school like I was doing six hundred thirty at fifteen. And so you know all kinds of you can find all kinds of trouble when you look twenty and your girl and so my mother is like we're taking you and I went to a Christian school from Saint Pete Amina from Saint Thomas and actually. It was like the best thing that ever happened. That's why involved in sports and I went into. That's how it went to Florida state and there was a whole thing. What was what was your freshman year like Florida state and then by the way. I'm just doing this guilty like to know how similar to mine. The under an overall meat was probably that it wasn't an appellate it and I wasn't intimate like when I went to two days for volleyball because you have to remember. I was really green. I was big and sort of like obedient as far as like an athlete like comedy. Do something I'll do it but I think my teammates. I came in with seven other girls on a twelve. I and teams so there's age freshman and so I think my teammates like district is Never GonNa make it and yeah it wasn't that easy and then I kinda had the play. 'cause we had so few people so it was put like I remember. The first game was actually against Penn State at Florida in Gainesville and I was like I just didn't want him getting away or make a mistake as swear to God like I wasn't one of these people that my whole life I was GonNa go to Division. One play when I called home and sit to saint. Thomason was going to school on a scholarship. My friends were like for way. Like let's see academic a yeah now okay What else like? What are you going to school for? This is so I'm GonNa Grandma coffee so different than guy agrees that like we all grew up knowing like the one that was told us was like like a specialist. Anyone that played sports was like this. Is What you get when you put your nose to the grindstone and you achieve like it was you dion and dion. Were on the cover of something. I remember my dad was on his porch and he showed it to me and he was like my dad always takes the opposite of whatever you say. My Dad takes the opposite and runs the other way so like example a prime time right so I would say as a kid when I thought my dad would wanna hear so. He has the prime time jacket and hair and I immediately think my dad doesn't like showboats and so I would say I would say I just wish he'd just wish he'd Not Celebrate so much. Just play the Game Right Dad. My Dad would have nobody. You're missing it like what this does exist running a flag up all the racist there. They don't want him to be himself. He should be himself. He's a young black kid from south Florida. Whose whose achieving fame and money that no one knows and he is just trying to himself. They'll let Wade boggs himself. Why won't you let the RBM cell phone? I'm like Jesus Christ but you're GONNA say the opposite it's interesting. I will say this. What was an is so beautiful about beyond quite frankly is you know. He grew up in a rough way. His Dad having addiction issues. And things like that He was so highly calculated.

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"reece" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"reece" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Brings into little caesars delivery best thing since sliced bread fuck you in an. What's great about this? Is that their last punchline. More than the racist commercial delays punchline includes the saying of the of the product and then wearing the product visual right there. And it's funny. Yeah I mean commercial wise. I might like the Reece's better but but this this little caesars is more effective at selling the product. Yeah Yeah I think the both pretty good man obvious jokes but they know how to elaborate on a mimic them very funny like I say if you're aware that these jokes obvious the net that is part of the joke right okay. I got one why this this is kind of A. Maybe and I think it is a little too long. But it's it's. It's a good if you don't overthinking commercial. Okay let's go ahead and watch. This is four Dash. Line Dash Line. I believe Password protection. Listen off back up. I have money I can pay you. You were going. The baby scrambled the fish. Okay this big. This big mispaid is being MIS MIS when dolphin trader trader breath..

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"reece" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"reece" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"Coconut only two ingredients. So they have like Ottoman to this for electrolytes but it's unnaturally time natural literally. Yeah that's really big time. So we've got that and then they'll start branching into other products but right now We just tried to get this because this is a real representation of a deep love. Affair Laird is out when coffee for over twenty five years deep. I could see that when he may be ramped up. I always say Paul. Chuck Chuck was the first one to give him ghee. Sixteen years ago the two of them like lunatics like I just heard him getting ramped up on Caffeine Gay and I. It wasn't drinking coffee and I was like. Oh my God I gotTa have these guys for the next three hours in a gym that's interesting workplace ever in a gym with Paul Check Layer caffeinated. Now well log one on there so yeah so I think that's the whole thing is lured toys interested in performance like today. When you saw me he was having tea with caffeine grouse right sure what. Charges Chagas SCHRIMM. The king of Kings people should definitely look into Chagas. C. H. Aga. It's clearly a lot of health benefits. MHM check that out. Yeah Great in the pool today by the way thank you yeah. It was great great experience. I wanted to stay in and just keep going. You know took me a little wild. Find my back find my thing. I'd like to do that now. You can come back. And I've got a little pool took I've got a little pool at my place. Yeah we'll teach feature everything in Charlotte and you can get loaded up the one thing about the pool. Even if you are literally Aquaman you never do it alone and you know this from Navy seals swamp. You are more dangerous you are totally. I remember when I was seal. Team three th the the best swimmer used to and we have one of those towers right for type training and he would routinely hold his breath for six minutes or so just down there hanging out washing the students in one day didn't come up that's it and that's why I didn't come up to push the envelope. And they found him floating down there and that and that's not uncommon shallow water blackouts the most biggest threat. Right and That's laird actually. We never really overly scrub co two too. But that's why he likes to do drills where for example before you even get in the pool your heart rates up or because you ever done bell your chance you will. Your Body will not let you pass out because your heart rate's so high. It's when you scrub really calm and then you just go to. That's the problem so large always like every like trying to make it a stressful as possible. Like okay we got it right like we're GONNA we're we're here. We got this but I think it's just really important for people understand that you have to take training and water very serious. You know I agree. Well thank you so much for your time today. Really appreciate it across the board. All right folks that was Gabby Reece's checkout expertise life dot com and check out. superfood terrific stuff. It does and we'll come back. Do some training someday or figure out how we can support each time. You just coming. Plano sounds awesome so until next time train. Hard these safe with your training stay focused and fuel well and get at it. I'll man who are being beatable mark out the job you get home. They got so bad. The pride of the free by all.

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"reece" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

12:07 min | 1 year ago

"reece" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"I'm really loved the notion of people getting together. You better together. They could actually be individually by deterring books. Welcome welcome back. This is marked by my office. Thanks so much for being here really appreciate your time. Do Not Take it lightly there about one hundred billion things vying for your attention. The fact fact that you're here listening to this or watching this speaks volumes so thanks our guests it is Gabby Gabrielle. REECE CABBIE's okay. We'll go with gabby today. Thanks so much for being here and tell you. What if you if you're watching the video? Watch the footage on the training and we just did. Yeah you did great. Well thank you. It's not surprised I'm waterman but I was still. I was challenged by it. It was it was very very rewarding to get in the pool and to work with weights underwater and control the breath and I want to talk more about that is super bowl. Experience appreciate that. So we're in Malibu and This is your home for twenty me two years you live with this. What's his name surfer? Dude Yes oh Hamilt- I actually posted a video flared aired riding. This wave the other day and it was really cute. It was from Peru and it was a four minute ride because they're on these foils well but the guy who shot it put laird. Hamill Tom and we'll Tom. So so we laird Hamilton. We'll go with that so it'd be fun to talk about life of layered. I'm sure you've had the conversation a lot so we don't spend much time they're interesting interesting. Use An interesting cat. He made me a really nice coffee with all sorts of stuff in it. You said it's should fuel me for twenty four hundred ready to go but but this is about you and I wanNA come back to the training next bt. But that's like your current incarnation but let's talk about you know previous incarnations nations Where'd you grow up? Give us a sense of like how you developed your initial version of unveil mind that led you to be an elite athlete and to do the same Nicole canoeing I think you no. You'll hear this a lot from people that fear and that survival mechanism can be a very powerful motivator for sure and so when I was a young when I was a young child was born at a very young age. Where were you I was? I was born in California where I never lived and when that was two years old I know it sounds strange. I lived in Mexico City with my mother. My parents were not together and I got hooping cough and so I actually ended up living from two to seven seven with friends of my mother a couple he had just come back from Vietnam and either they couldn't or decided not to have children and so I lived with them in New York in Long Island for for five years interesting yeah they become surrogate parents to you. Yes that call them an retina uncle Joe and so you know. Did my hair in the morning disciplined me. I loved me and then when I was seven my mother was getting remarried and my stepfather was from Puerto Rico and so I moved down to Puerto Rico conventionally I really grew up in the Virgin Islands. And what's interesting about that for me is my father is from Trinidad. So the whole side of the reese family is west Indian and Trinidadian so what was great about growing up in Saint. Thomas was to have a personal experience with the culture very similar to my father's interesting. Yeah because my Trinidad is a AH. It's an island country right. Yeah Trinidad and Tobago Tobago's it's of British land on the islands. Have all the different like we were. The United States for John's John's we used to visit the British virgin all in St Bart's which is like Dutch and French on one same islands. I was curious about the are the their own country or they just. They are to Britain as correct. And so like if you have the language they speak a lot of their culture and history and their money and things like that is reflective of the country. That's basically I don't want to say occupy insuring your safety but occupy yes and it literally is really funny because it can be one island very close to another and they just have completely different sort of country leaders and so I grew up there and then when I was going into my junior year of high school I I didn't really have a lot of direction. You know. My father died when I was five my stepfather who well I liked very much and I still to this day actually have a relationship with him he was very very kind to me but my parents than my stepfather. My mother broke up when I was about to over thirteen so so at about fifteen. I think I was heading towards some walls Pretty quickly and so. My mother made the decision to move me to Saint Petersburg Florida my junior year of high school which I was not an athlete by them. I was athletic athletic. I had dibble dabbled in volleyball. I have a very athletic mother. And you serve lived outside naturally so you were you. Were moving in a prime away. You didn't have a lot of stuff to do you had to TV channels. So I think I would say but. I wasn't in organized sports so much coach. I tried volleyball little bit in like seventh grade and then a little bit again in tenth grade and then when I moved to Saint Pete I was thirty six foot three. I went to a very small Christian School Kazak Christian so that was also complete change in culture coming from the Caribbean Where like all the adults are free love out of their mind partying gene strict very straight and I started playing volleyball and basketball and I had a basketball coach at that time? Actually who had a really really incredible impact on me I think by nature. If I could be honest I was always a very disciplined person and also not really into into self harming myself Not that experimental but I was angry and so I think I any rebellion I had was just really really out of sort of anger. Not You know so. I've always had kind of natural bumpers if you will and then when I moved to Saint Pete I fought that forbid and then all of a sudden I just started needed to soar I had a really nice boyfriend who came from a very nice family completely different. Look than what I had seen and it was just that reminder of like Oh there are people sort of living that way. There's a law contrast all of a sudden you saw the gap correct close that and And coaches that said like. Hey you know you're talented waited and then my senior and actually the principal of the school. My mom was gonNA move again the principal the school said no San Gabriel here. I live with the principle of conservative school. Tim Trainer and his wife Becky because I I sort of had an opportunity to have a launching pad and it was my senior year. I just got into sports and then I ended up pursuing a college career in sports. I I was offered scholarships which was said to me in Saint Thomas in tenth grade like you're going to go to college period period I would have been like Why and how and then on top of it getting athletic scholarship in such a short period of time was was a real surprise and I would say it's not that I wasn't prepared but when I went to college I was seventeen and I probably was coach? -Able I think if someone said. Hey you're really athletic. I don't know how let a guy I know that I'm coach -able and I think most of my teammates that I wouldn't make it there Interesting and that's where I grew up experience experience. It was just all very new to me so I I ended up going to college. Play my first year are starting to model in that summer so I can make my own money and then my after my second season Myself Mirror I gave up my scholarship. I pay I paid to play and my coach Florida State says he'll give scholarship because of NCWA ruling. And because I was working in fashion it was sort of like this calculated risk of. I could probably make more money by doing that. I was restricted to legal holidays. And so rather than they said. You couldn't go model. You couldn't take another job basically could i. Just it was getting touchy and so rather than deal with that. I just paid to play and and then you know serve one thing led to another so I was working in fashion. I was playing ball in school school. I was improving in volleyball. I had a really great coach. Who Served Tommy about personal accountability? And I got to travel the world and then and after I was done playing ball I realized that fashion first of all my size long creating a limitation. Even though I was doing very well and I was more I felt like inside of it was more of an infection or correct. Yes it's like I wasn't very I could barely fit into anything and I was not that diverse and so it was sort of taught me. It was ashen models are really petite. Let's very fear anywhere near my height. You're at least twenty five pounds or thirty pounds lighter than I am and then the photo shop any extra and they want whatever it takes right. This is realistic. I can remember seeing pictures of myself being like. That's really strange. I don't that's not my body. I don't think I look like that title. Looks good but I don't think so. There is so much there are so many educational moments you know traveling and imagine you're eighteen by yourself. You're flying to Egypt. There's snow cell phones like it's all that and when I finished I I College I I wasn't ready to live in New York full-time anymore and micro sort of in a weird place and then I Someone said after I picked at the beach game weirdly on in Miami and then after about a year and a half a woman Barbara Behrman very lovely woman who had a real job job said you should move to California and try to play volleyball for real. And because I didn't know better I was like Oh that's a great idea and beach volleyball so twenty two. I moved out to California. And that's where sort everything thing started the click. Let me ask you a lot of people who grow up with a single parent or you know have that kind of like lack of kind of structure and modeling. Carry some sort of shadow into their life that we have ended up being self sabotaging. Did that happen with you. I think it's a conversation. I'm probably with myself each day. which is an? I've talked about this a lot in the way of being groomed. To whatever champion is I. I don't mean that in a loose loose way I mean you know what it is. It's switching it from. I don't deserve this because none of us deserve anything right now. That's the story that's right. We don't deserve anything. It's early childhood. So it's grace right like it's allowing yourself. The grace that for the reasons you don't I don't understand you're given the opportunities and so the best way you could show that you are deeply grateful is to do something positive with it and it doesn't mean mm-hmm that you think it's you. I believe that we're all sort of portals. Just taking up space and representing something and I think as long as you can keep all of that in check doc and receive it as grace. But I'll be honest. I probably it was. I suffered my entire professional athlete career with not knowing knowing really how to handle it and feeling badly or guilty for being forgetting attention or extra opportunity so I think that's one of the shadows that I carried and even now like I don't like to be separated or singled out in doesn't make me over. I have some of that going on. Yeah we'll also a natural right like there's something people love that like. They WANNA be the center Paul Right on Lake. There's something and I'm not saying it's bad so I think there's a little bit of that and sometimes product by the way is a real challenging dance for an influence for someone who's in the spotlight a lot right like you and learn. How do you thirty years? I don't want the attention but everyone says you're going to get the attention. Yeah I'll I'll lay one on you. I'm I'm pretty good and I understand that system that chessboard very well. I've been playing since I was eighteen. So that's the other side is being completely forthcoming north coming about. I have played that board. I understand that attention board because if I played here then all of a sudden it creates opportunity that I get to do these projects or work that I really really felt strongly about over on this other side..

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"reece" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

16:00 min | 1 year ago

"reece" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Serving Hall of Famer as has Laird is his name was Chuck Linen Older Guy but eighty but I sat on the beach. Just just be assing mm-hmm but what was interesting was he. Would he would stare out now. This is North Carolina so the waves are a little bit but he he would go a dave here comes in he would just go. This is going to be great. Watch this and I don't know all the terminology in waves watching this is going to happen there. That's what I wish I was out there. You would just you would just stare in studying these waves. I don't know when you guys are on vacation or by Your House on a beach in layered doing that to or it's a it's a relationship it it definitely is. I always say laird does have girlfriend. She's big and blue and it makes sense to him when he's out there he's like it's fair. It's you know the rules are the same for every person whether they're their gender or their tax returns and That makes sense sense to him. Yeah no I get. It's there's nothing subjective about its objective. This is how you do it. This deficit and he and this guy would have flashbacks. Smacks kind of like like if you're reminiscing through ninety nine order to Randy Moss. He would go I remember summer. Huntington beach summer. Sixty four There was a beauty. I just just took that all away and he would just remember that. That's what is your profession. I mean every person we've talked to remember every special social date to them or event that's happened to them at its. Its prettiest like we asked Morton what was his first kick. He named the the game that time. The Hash. Mark the distance distance member Remember all those things but now you've been making all these transitions sports. been such a big part of your life. What are some of the things that you're doing now ought to stay in in the sports business in to keep going in this for the rest of your life because I think you've done outstanding job of doing that you know? I think it's again following your instincts in your gut and just being clear with yourself on who you are and again your strengths and weaknesses and so for example. We have a fitness business called X. P. T. and it was really born out of ten years of training of some stuff that we were doing. There's heat nice and breathing but there's also a pretty extensive pool that's came from arm so it's like how can I be Listrik and train super hard and not beat myself up more. I already have had artificial knee and so that just again came out of something we're doing naturally and then just figure out a way to get it organizing. I also have an incredible team. That does that that got involved We have another business layered. has a company company called a laird superfood. And it's all coffees in cremers and that came out of the habit that laird was doing for about fifteen years and again it's funny when you really follow your passions that business You know we get these objective reports. It's called the spin reports grocery store reports but it's moved into second place As a natural food creamer and it you know it has ninety from it doubled in sales from August to September. So there's some some things that were doing that it's like okay. If it's not a movement part if you're going to drink coffee each day could we make that a little healthier will have to look for it because every morning I have my coffee. So you guys Email me your address. I'll send you a total title care package and it'll we always say it's like bag drug dealers would give the first one for free but I'm going to get hooked. I think as you move deeper into a physical practice this you start to realize that actually you have to continue to work on the harder things which is like your emotional practice your meditative or spiritual practice actors. All your food is food is the king like people go. I want to lose weight or do whatever it's like you start to realize that really is what you're eating and then it just kind of keep trying to find tune yourself as a human so that you can function better because it's great if you're a great athlete sleet but if you're all out of whack and balance I kind of. I don't know I've learned like it doesn't really mean anything right now. It really does is it because I have. I've had several injuries through my career. I need a new knee. Just like you said when I'm out of whack and a mile balance I'm just miserable. I don't even want to be around. Anybody you buddy and if you can take care of yourself at the optimal level then you feel better. Every day you're better parent better husband all those types of things. Definitely I think and we see the shining moments of athletics and we think. Oh but the reality is you have to figure everything out as as a person and then keep tweaking it right like keep learning and keep trying to improve yourself and I think if you approach it with that with that that sort of level of diligence the answer is just the new you pass the new roads. I do think they keep they keep showing up. Yeah it is hard though because like my life start chewing back. Got Her master's in social work. She you know she was a stay at home mom for many years now. She's working full-time trying to figure out that balance because she leaves home at seven in the morning gets home at five thirty at night. Yeah from our work. She worked at a women's Behavioral Health Clinic for women for Postpartum and perinatal. So very important. Work in plotted is super stressful. But like sometimes she's just so worn out the end of the day and so she's trying to figure out that balance. How do I continue to work out? Change it how do those things and sometimes it was very difficult. Yeah I think that's when you know when people talk about success priorities. It's always clear about how you define success and that and even means sometimes just that it's like okay. Well if I take an extra thirty minutes this work is important. But if I'm GonNa do this work for twenty years I have to figure out how take care of myself because I will be good for. No one and and success doesn't necessarily mean. Oh I'm going to work a ten hour day. Maybe it means I'm GonNa work a nine hour day and I'm GonNa make sure that I'm the three days I'm at a train. Do whatever I need to do. And it's and it's trusting that you can still get it all done right right Nestle Hartberg Hartberg. You'd think that it is if if if you're not I just got to focus on and I don't just focus on Finish my work I have to do. That's right on Gabby me. Your daughter's athletic they are. Yeah my oldest daughter. My husband came with a four month old. And she's very very bright and she is working in a real job Bob She lives in Birmingham Alabama. All places and then my middle daughter is pursuing. She enjoys tennis and my eleven year old is very three athletes all very different and I don't push any of them right now. It's great so no volleyball players surfers now. Of course with your parents do exactly. Does she. Miss I mean your daughters in Birmingham she has some home would be craven fromm. He does but she does. She's in a job right now that she's getting to really challenge news her skill set so we know how good that feels right exactly from a lifestyle standpoint going from were they are accustomed to living. There's probably a transition exactly but it is a small town which she likes. That's good. That's good yeah so one of the last the things we do on the show here is we have a segment called no huddle we just fire questions at you and we appreciate you coming on and telling us your story worry but it's pretty easy. We have a lot of fun with that. And we do with every guest Dave's allot you. Start Okay now even of Gabby looks to be about twenty five years old. She's about our age and she grew up up in the eighties. So my question Gaby is would. Yeah what are your three favorite eighties bounds while okay I liked DEF leppard. I Won't lie EH. I really liked the cars and I liked. Outcast is another way who was who did take on me. What was that song? Aw Yeah Yeah. That's one of them. I'd say that I right but I also grew up with reggae so I grew up with a lot about Marlene Marley's great I believe is Belgium like you. So if you have a a pet peeve what would that be a lack of consideration when I go places and people think it's their world and they're not aware of their surroundings surroundings it really provokes me. I can see that okay. Gabby you're building a Mount Rushmore of Of Volleyball Volleyball can be beach in port volleyball. Men's and women's. Let's assume you're on the women's who else is on there with you and then who else is on the meant four men three women. I wouldn't put myself on there. I will put Kerri. Walsh Misty May and Jackie Silva and the men's I will put by Sinjin Smith and the Brazilian player would dusty divorce. Does he works great. I wouldn't put him on my Mount Rushmore. But he's amazing just a name. I remembered I maybe for names he would be a mountain. The Mount Rushmore for names. I think who's the WHO's the funniest person you know. Oh my goodness I actually am friends with Sasha Baron Cohen and so he's you know what it is it's not just that he's funny. He's so very intelligent It's just really fun to watch. And he's also so really good person and so he just clever and his movies are just but but he's like the best most conservative person you've ever met in your life so it just is pretty fantastic at the one. The scene in the movie borat where he bigeye lays on top interesting. Yeah I don't know how you do that. Like how do I. Now he's just. He's an artist. Gabby Abby if you could go back in time and tell a young version of yourself one bit of advice would that be. Give yourself permission to win and don't take anything personal. I like that. So besides the sports movie you're in. What is your favorite sports movie.

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"reece" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

11:35 min | 1 year ago

"reece" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Oh we'll be on like you go like I thought I could jump again You know the great thing is like I would take off several months after each season. You come back for your first practices and you're like Oh yeah I don't know if I can do this. And then after a couple of weeks you know you drop about five pounds uh-huh just naturally the body of go. Yeah you got you have done load some of this and the great benefit is you are on sandwiches soft so it makes you not only stronger. But it's more forgiving. And then lastly you're not wearing shoes so you're able to use the whole foot which I think in sports is so important Jordan. You know all athletes that are in shoes tennis players and football players and basketball players. They're they're being Their feet are not only underutilized. But they're getting punished. Honest you see toes cranking over so the other great gift of beach eyeballs urine an open foot and so everything the arch the toes. The ankles calls is working actually getting stronger too so you play. How many years did you play beach? As a professional Bataille played off and on for about eight or nine years and then I went back when I was forty. They were thinking of bringing back the foreperson tour And so they asked me to replay which I could play that game again because I was still playing a little bit for fun and I was always training and conditioning but they just were not able to to to organize that listen. They can't even have to football leagues. How could they have more than one volleyball discipline? Right to to get real estate in sport Dollars is so tricky it. That is very hard so you kind of go through your career eight or nine years getting towards the end. You're saying okay. I don't know I you have a plan. What was next door to you? Just fall into it or how was it I was I was always even early in my career by by twenty two twenty three three I started doing MTV sports. I was writing for Elle magazine so I was always weaving the dual so I was still developing my skill set in you other side and and so i. I think I always was aware that my sport was limiting in that. The platform was very small. All which weirdly in the long run has been a gift to me because it's kept my eyes open and it's kept me developing other skills all along like if I I played women's tennis and that's kind of all you really have to do. I mean you can make a beautiful living women's tennis especially if you're doing doing well and so that's what you do. That's what I would do and instead I was always doing a hustle because beach volleyball. It's great and it's an it's a beautiful sport and you have to work your butt off but it is not a big platform so I was always supplementing my volleyball career with this other career and And just kind got a naturally saying like kind of having my mind on while where do I want to be now in a year and in five and just keeping my mind open instead of like the pump. The brakes breaks or your career is over. Hey would you wanNA do now. That's pretty tricky. It is very difficult that happened to me. Fifteen years in the same sport yelling sports for twenty five years and then all of a sudden. It's over thirty years old and it's like what do I do now. I coach my kid's in use force which is fun but it's not a career career now and so then being it's been since two thousand eight since I've been done. So that transition has been tough and I love how you I said I gotta figure this out early start together and in football the teams the owners. Really Care if you if you do that they just want you to win games. Yeah do that. Then that's what they need you there your body filling that spot and that's the thing is I think it's we all have to be realistic about the place in space that we occupy occupy and it would be better for us even if we were at the apex of a part of our career to think this is unsustainable and who who else do I want to be naturally not let me look over and see what's popular copy that because that seems to be cool right now but like really really ask yourself like what other ways do I think I can contribute. What other natural skill set? I mean. Listen I wasn't. I wasn't attracted to gymnastics like I'm realistic. So it's sort of like going. Well what what do I think I could do. And and just keep looking at at that and not thinking I'm important. I'm so great I crush it. Everybody loves me because that will bite you in the bucket when that whites down on you and then it's like another thing. I tell my friends at our athletes. It's like hey when you've got some momentum and people like Yay use that ask for help learn things in your off season. People will want to hope you when you're doing well. It's when you're done you. I just retired the. That's nice so weirdly like try to use that energy for these other things. Yeah no I agree totally because for me I left the the. NFL kind of wanted to be with my family. More ray helped my wife raise the kids do all that some be there until except for six intels for six months and then you're like Oh my God well no actually I actually like I love being a dad. I love being a husband. I have my honey do list every day. I mean I do enjoy that stuff but Dan it was like okay. I gotta go out and do something else. You know not necessarily earn a living but just have a contribute contribute. You have to contribute so I went back to the NFL. Said I'd love to be a coach right after being out for like three years and they said Oh. Yeah that's great but nobody would even bring me in as an intern. Turn or or want me to be part of it and it's so true what you said is if I would've done that my last few years and said Hey I want to be an internal WANNA do this. This is what I'm thinking for. When I retired it would have been so much easier and I would have been able to weave my way into that? scenario yes. It's hard to know Ahead like it's hard. It's it's so hard I it's always interesting. How life works right like when we're the fastest our strongest? We know kind of the least and as we go through life experience. And maybe we'll get a little older than we sorta learn more and it helps us navigate but I think the ultimate is always to have perspective in in this weird way that we are no one at work from that space because if meaning were someone to our family and our friends but in the grand scheme of we are no one so worked from that point because not only is it closer to the truth. It's it's also like you can come with humility and not be afraid to go. Hey I wanna try that in You know 'cause it's hard sometimes if you get celebrated it's hard to be like to humble allow. Yeah no it really is in the world of endorsements and Gabby is one of those recognizable people out there to always hazard what was your first Tom Endorsement deal. Was it Nike Year. A real big one like I mean like it was a big one. I had a shoe with Nike hike. You know a few few different bigger ones but certainly Nike was very impactful. One where they were doing television commercials. That meant that actually had impact at that time And and things and things like that they when you have a company like that investing millions of dollars in your image. That's the other thing is like going. Wait that's a huge opportunity. There helping you build your image and so I was. I was pretty aware of at that. It's pretty good because most people for me if I'm twenty four. I'm not aware of any of that right. I'm just some kid out of college playing football. Just doing something. Oh my love to do and not aware of all aspects that I could have been creating or gaining a for when I got older. Well you you also were in a very on in a very big stage so again if you ask any lifestyle sport athlete most of them are in tune with this. A little sooner. You're because they're pretty realistic about their platform and so if I was like in the NBA or the NFL or Major League Baseball again tennis it it would be harder to learn that lesson right right so kind of switching to a different thing. What's the what's the tallest wave you've ever served? Oh come come on me. I don't like small waves. I remember one time I was out. It was Hawaiian six feet. So that's twelve foot face. The HAWAIIANS measured the back of the wave. Right and I was like yeah. I shouldn't be out here. Yeah I I was telling dance. We are looking at your bio on your husband. And he's doing sixty foot ways he's like it's insane I can't. I don't even like being underwater in one of the small ones when we go to the beach. It's you know it's it's intense. You get nervous form. I mean you after I I wouldn't say nervous. You know the expression you knew. The job was dangerous when you took it I mean I interviewed layered as a big wave surfer for TV show. So so I I was well informed on but also you're talking about somebody who approaches their training every day and they're like if the surface up they're going Out It has a military type Tone to it you know we always says the bigger it is the slower we move. It's like everything is meticulously list and he said in a way if you think about like if I was married to a policemen or firemen there is something a lot more unpredictable dealing with people than there is actually the the ocean now the ocean. Of course it's dangerous and you can die and you can try and you can drown. But it's also living with a person where their skill set that and their destiny. If you will have connected and and and I have said this many times laird would be much more dangerous. It would be much more dangerous to live with Leonard. If he didn't do it. Cause any speed Nubia Psycho. He no he would be. He'd be a psycho because it's it's a calling and we can't get in the way of someone's calling and I respect him his approach and how he approaches Big Wave Surfing with the most humility ability and the most preparation and I've been with third almost twenty four years and the output. Imagine if you play football and you said well wins the game and I'm like I'll let you know but be ready right and you're dealing with somebody who has to be ready for really serious thing and you don't know when it's coming. I personally don't know how he does it. Yeah and you have to have an ultimate respect for if you don't have respect for it and that's when you make mistakes. He hasn't because he's older he still doesn't doesn't approach. Like oh I've done this a million times. He is so serious And meticulous and his training is so hard and and And that's all you can do and and listen you know. Life is not guaranteed for any of us so I choose not to spend on a lot of time you were saying but yeah I mean it's an interesting profession. It is will. I spent a little bit of time last summer with a guy fellow.

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"reece" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

12:57 min | 1 year ago

"reece" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"I'm sorry a thing a thing right exactly. Did you mentioned they thought you were in the military. Not all the time if it were you with one minute. Yeah like my first day there. I really short hair at that time too and I remember sitting at the bar and no one would speak to me. I'm like an hour and a half and I'm going this kind of socks you know. Welcome to the island and then finally the bartender said wait. You're not in the military. Are you and I sit. But now and they go. Oh my God. I'm so sorry we were. Sometimes people come and cause a lot Have Yeah and you know so they they wanted me out of there but I was intro your sure and also moving. They're not to hog the interview moving. There I heard the ratio the female to male ratio. I heard with seven to one. Female Male I might have a chance. It's it's the it's the opposite. Yeah and so I was not welcomed by the other are males there because it was like. Oh here's another one great. John's small nuts. So you got out of this that she could. I think my parents will be on the five dollar USA. Today's Expensive to keep up with higher. You know we're both pittsburghers and we love anything Pittsburgh pirates the steelers and an and the penguins but It's it's been a tough year for us here for the pirates pretty bad. I don't know I don't know if you get any of the pirate news in Hawaii but likely unlikely these other farm club. Why islanders all those boys have been inappropriate appropriate? You mean well. They've been a little bit of that one of them entering really really bad this year. So it's been tough. Yeah you've been bad on an awesome. Feel Yeah I get it and then you got any guys. Just you don't have been so I know he got hurt so that that's a tough one but I think it's GonNa come minute. Yeah and they're gonNA he's GonNa find his stride. He's gotTa definitely he's GonNa find the continent sports fan right optimism. The blind optimism. You gotTa keep that usually ends in severe disappointment as a renounced. Good right so you're in college. You're I read that you were in college for a few years and then you went on to modeling like you'd left and then came back so that was another transition you went through. How did you handle all that? Well because I I basically was pretty independent. Meaning I had to navigate life on my own. I went to college at Seventeen and so I was on a scholarship and then the summer after I had gotten offers to model before but I thought Oh Kevin a focus on graduating high school and when I got college opportunities I thought I'll keep that momentum going to college and that summer I was really fortunate. It's it's all about timing and I was working quite a bit lived in New York so then I went back to school from my sophomore season to play ball into two days in August and then that December December after my sophomore season I gave up my scholarship and I paid to play because once I did the math I was taking a calculated risk. I could make make a decent amount of money in modeling to navigate for my life and I could pay to play and and sort of do do both and then what my coach did for me was in the January spring season. I was allowed to go back to New York to work. And then I would come to for summer to have Get credits to be eligible under. NCW ruling to play. And so I did that for my remaining two years and my coach and I had a real deal l.. which is like when you're here you're here and you can? Then you can go for spring and so I feel that for about two and a half years and then you still had to go to class as well right. You have to maintain a certain amount of credit. No I had to. Of course I mean I. I was doing the work. What was your major? I was originally because I didn't know what I wanted to do. A business major because it sounded responsible and then once I was taking economics and an accounting. I was like this is stupid. Why am I doing this? And so I- I lobbied to get myself in the school communications. 'cause you need to like a three five but by then I was already working and being interviewed. You'd and I said listen. You can put me on academic probation. If I don't keep a three whatever you can kick me out of the school go but who right now is gonNA use it more than me and They let me do it and I am. I naturally was. That was probably the right major for me. Yeah I mean just how many interviews if you've done in your life. Since did you left Florida. Yeah and then I even like I've written I wrote columns for years have written books. I've I've interviewed tons of people. You know how do my own shows and so it was a skill set in public speaking in such which I know you can relate to. It just was all sort of was something that I felt really a pretty comfortable with not perfect but comfortable. What was your first paid modeling job when you when you made it to New York? You know it's interesting. I was thinking thing about this the other day because I ran into this guy who's like. Oh I'm Bob from Ogilvie. May there which is a huge debt ad agency right and I was like. Oh my God Ogilvie may there. So I was the air and I was doing a lot of magazine work. Which let's be clear you'd get paid nothing? You get paid two hundred dollars a day when you do a to`real because it's good for you right right it's exposure for you right. What they say is like the more editor you get your day rate goes up and if people want US advertising that goes up so you have to play that game and so I was doing a ton of editorial like going to meet this woman from? Ogilvie may there. And she says This woman Javy Sutherland. Never forget her and she goes. You know I really like GonNa find you a job. And if there's a brand called techs and I have even though my hands are big and I beat them up I lift weights and do all this stuff. I have pretty good looking hands at the time and so they hired me for q tech's for thirty five hundred dollars for the day I was eighteen and I like my hand on some guy's chest and then maybe a little my face ace and I opened a bank account and a credit card from that job so great well it worked out for George stands also I now also in New York. Yeah yeah to walk around like they have people coming in with white gloves and all this stuff and I was like very hard on my hands but whatever but how excited were you to get paid for your first time like just I mean that'd be such a good feeling I was always very much about survival and And and also I think I was really excited. I was very relieved because I it was always very clear to me that I had to figure it out and so these these were just opportunities. That sorta helped do that for me. Because we just we interviewed Morten Andersen and Morton and I were talking about when he went to college and got a full scholarship. He had nothing like yet. They paid for his college but he still had. And you can't be laundry. You're not going to go to the movies you know you're not if you he meets a pretty girl. He's not going to take on the day and I think that sometimes that's the very very interesting part going Florida state which is a very big football school obviously You Know Dion Sanders. WHO's still friend of mine? was there when I was there. Like you're talking about these guys. Come there in this sort of big rich program and they don't also realize some of the other things that the athletes have to navigate which is like beyond beyond books in the food that you get at school if your parents you know can't really help you. What are you what are you supposed to do? So Oh yeah I mean it's an interesting lesson and I think especially for some athletes it should. I think it would be a reasonable conversation to have on like how. How do we support them? Also so they don't have to get themselves into situations that maybe aren't good for them right. Well California's trying to figure that out. Right now. Right yeah he just passed that so athletes connected to make money off their name or whatever it is but I remember that my family made too much money for me to get a pill grant and so my dad's had all I. I can afford to send us like fifty bucks a month. Yep You know. And he bought me a nine hundred dollar car. He said good luck. Can College had fifty bucks in my pocket every month. That was it. Yeah Tammy and you think about that. That's all ahead. Do spend it on gas. Because that's you know it's crazy but yeah but so. Many kids came and got pell grants and and things like that and even that wasn't a lot but it helped him as you know because there are nights that you have to be with your friends and social and do those things everything costs money money doesn't and I think it's an important balance where I mean. Listen weirdly like it's this fine line of like. Hey this is how the real world is to where there's is an element of stress around you know paying bills and things like that but you don't want to have somebody who switched their whole life. They've left home. There have a huge each workload. Not only athletically now. They have it academically. They're also the expectation is for them to perform on some level in school and certainly even higher level in athletics. And then go. Oh and now you're gonNA stay awake at night because you're not sure if you know 'cause you're managing that other stress so I I do think it is like I said worth Earth a reasonable conversation for sure on Gabby so when you got to Florida state. You said that it was a very young team. Did you have pretty immediate success. Because I think if you own several records and I mean you were obviously very accomplishable although player to that right away when you got there on I mean I had to playing right away. My first game I think was against Penn state maybe at the University of Florida. which if you know anything about sports you know gators in some animals but I just remember thinking? Oh my God I just want to stay out of the way and I hope I don't the ball doesn't come to me and I went through that quite a bit. 'cause I was learning. I was learning to play on the fly like I was in college. I was like learning on the fly kind of and And I think I got into a groove and then participated certainly by. Yeah my freshman year and then it just went from there. It's weird having records still there. Because maybe I always felt you know when they talk about imposter syndrome or things like that. Maybe I always felt that a little bit. You know Because I was continuously learning and so I was like am. I don't even know a good player or not. I know I clay. I know I participate paid. I just I I never really knew on you play middle. What was your position? uh-huh yeah so the middle the center on a basketball team. You're typically the largest player now. Though in modern volleyball sometimes you will see like like a giant left side hitter that just hits over the block perfect so they've added that dynamic into volleyball since I played but typically middle was the big big person that was protecting than at my daughter's high school volleyball. The ones middle. She's tossed on a team. She's almost five. I tanner so so walking he. She gets a nice amount of blocks but she's not. What do they call roofing? Is that a roofing got. She's not doing that and volleyball. There was a girl who played on the US eighteen longtime ago like early nineties Tammy Liley they she was. Maybe I don't know five ten to six feet I. I don't quite remember but she played international volleyball for the US team which you're talking talking about the best volleyball in the world and what she had was a she read very well and her hands. She had very good hands and so she wasn't roofing having people but she was closing the block and touching everything and so sometimes people have to realize like for your daughter that added it. You don't have to be six five. Because by the way they have many girls in the middle. Now they're six five six seven and yes there's advantages but if you can read read what's happening and move quickly. Respond quickly enclosed the block. And use your hands you can be really effective But yeah hitting also from the middle middle on quicks. It does help when you're taller because you just have a higher touch point that you're contacting the ball a lot better angle very well. Maybe gabby guess she can help with your your question. You had because I asked day. Like what's his biggest pet peeve Bothers him the most when he goes to the Games and he said well it's when they call a timeout..

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"reece" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

12:35 min | 1 year ago

"reece" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Dave and Dave just another credible guests that we get to talk to hear their story about how sports shake their life. One of the most recognizable figures in sports and fashion. Everyone's everyone is well aware again. I think that if you and I played her in beach volleyball she would beat us single by yourself. If you and I are on the same team there's no doubt in my mind being exactly like that right so joining us in the Huddle Today Gabrielle. Reece Gabby thank you for joining joining us and we we. We are so excited to have you on Heideman. Thank you and you know what's funny is. I wouldn't ever have this experience. Where like you you do something for a while? At a certain time. But then a whole generation goes by and really you have the opportunity to be reintroduced in new ways ace to new groups. Because you know you're from another time I you know it's funny. I get that all the time because when I go talk to kids or were were you know I played the NFL for fifteen years and right the kids today. Don't really know me. You remember me or or you know unless you one of the big big stars. It's in what were they wear. Your shoe like Michael Jordan lives on brand Jordan but right now it's kind of I mean not only. Is that a typical local where every group has their own heroes right now but I think some. It's just completely natural. Well you know what you've been. You've been redesigning redesigning your image and yourself over these last summit years in it's been exciting to kind of read your bio. Read your history. What you're doing because you have been reinventing reinventing yourself in transitioning face to face and that's what a lot of our show is about is how we make transitions through our life to get us to where we are and how really really sports started that for us so right so we want to start to when you're a child? What was that first influence or that I love of sports was that you had? I was a late bloomer I never nylons and there wasn't a big infrastructure for organized athletics and so I would say lived inactive lifestyle by what I wasn't an athlete like tag like Oh this is what you do And then when I was in the tenth grade there was a gentleman named Kenny. Who was coaching a volleyball team? And they were a lot older than I was and he would drive me to practice and I sort of got my first taste for that. When I was in tenth grade I was quite tall? I was probably very close six-foot-three already and then when I was fifteen in my junior year I moved to Saint Petersburg Florida because growing up in Saint. Thomas was amazing but but there wasn't really I didn't really have direction. Let's say and so I think my mother decided it might be best for me to to be in a different environment so I was moved to Saint Petersburg Florida went to a very very small tiny little school. That literally if you had any athletic ability or you want it to be seen recognized for that you went to you would move on so when I walked in it at fifteen at six foot three. They were excited. No I actually didn't know what I was doing. And I had a brilliant Basketball coach they went to states that year I had never played basketball. And he got me up to speed within reason So my my junior and senior. I play basketball and volleyball and I I was invited to. ABC Camp for basketball. And I think once I went to that it's about a four day camp of it's sort of a your it's invited camp and it will be all the girls or boys who go onto probably Division One and I realized maybe I wasn't tough enough in a certain way for basketball and and So I had six offers. I'd like thirty two offers for basketball in six for volleyball and my took an eight hour visit. One of them was to Florida state. Eight and the coach there silver nod. Who actually is still a very dear friend of mine? She came to visit last week When she dropped me off in the car she said well I oh I think you have a lot to offer Florida state and we have a lot to offer you and I don't know why you wouldn't want to come here and I was like that's a really interesting thing and I went there and it was it really It was you know it's like you make those decisions that really ended up being the best for you and being playing under her and learning from her brin and being mentored as a human being by her kind of set helped set the structure up for everything else. That was going to happen right. So if we go back to when you're in the Virgin Islands so you're saying there wasn't Pete. Kids played were groups of friends where you guys would ride your bikes around like so a lot of talk. Talk about that that they had these groups and would go play every week so it was a little different for you when you were younger. You really didn't have that direction. E Yeah you know oh I did have appeared in my life but I was very young from two to seven where I lived in a traditional neighborhood in Long Island New York. I wasn't living with either one of my parents. I was actually living with a couple couple. That grew up with my mother and in that environment. I had that you know it's like I'll ride my bike down to your house. And then we'll do whatever but then when she moved. I moved to the Caribbean I am. You know it was island super remote place. You'd you'd kill yourself if you wrote a a bike on my hill and you wouldn't be able to get it back up the hill you have to walk. Walk it So it wasn't that traditional. Yes we'd needed the beach and be active. But it's just a really different it structure and also what celebrated or encouraged you know in the in the mainland of the United States. Athletics is sort of a real part of the everyday life in the fiber the culture and they're not so much and most of us came from like kind of Wonky families you know and Inda. It really came late later for me. As far as Organiz athlete that had to be a going from the Caribbean to Saint Petersburg. And it'd be a big transition for you. Oh yeah and and and also like I grew up. You know the Virgin Islands can be a little a bit wild quite frankly and then I was put into a school called Keswick Christian school which was highly conservative so I was also not only switching locations. I was an cultures even but now it was switching Whole kind of there were? They had a very specific belief system. mm-hmm which really ended up impacting me in a very positive way but it was a it was a very big transition and I think quite quite frankly if I look at the whole landscape of everything in talked about this a lot was what do you do. When you're not groomed to be champion? And how do you not finally accept that in receive it but you know how to especially female athletes. How do you give yourself permission to say it's okay to when It's it's okay for things to kind of go your way and it. It has taken me years and years and years really to allow that. Because what what I what I say is none of us really deserve anything right like you see plenty of people who work hard and there and it doesn't go their way. Some people work last but they have more physical talent or they have a propensity for something in education and they thrive. It's like okay. I'm occupying space right now and I'm GonNa do the most with with that opportunity and not like analyze. I don't deserve uh-huh I do deserve it but I always say basically it's great and if you're going to occupy that space that portal. You know why not not do it in a big way right right exactly gabby going back to when you were in high school and being recruited for basketball and volleyball thirty two offers for hoops. oops that's a lot of offers. Some big schools like the major our fives or was it. A variety different schools. Yeah it was variety it was like from West is point to like schools in Oklahoma. And you know things like that but when you go to those P. C. camps. That's kind of what happens right. It's like they're you're you're in a barrel. And so the coaches come and really I mean there were some highly talented athletes there and and in volleyball only played two club tournaments so so I I just I was so late to everything but again it was six foot three coordinated enough and And what Ended up the actually. My biggest strength was was uncuttable. Right right until you think when you came to the states that sports. It's really helped you integrate into different society. Because I believe that like when my kids went to college I wanted them to play sports. Because you've got an instant family family through so many situations it. It definitely did too. You know we all want that tribe if you will and even at being six to three is a fifteen fifteen year old girl it was like Oh. Do you play volleyball or basketball and it was like. Oh Yeah Oh that's why you're so tall. Yeah okay sure you know But but it does give you that sense of belonging and just help you transition through things that can be hard being thirteen fourteen. Fifteen these are this is a hard transition and then once again leaving home and going on to college I really felt the impact of it in college because I did have a a heavy duty system in place right like we had coaches and people who were saying saying Not only this is your schedule. Here's your practice schedule. Here's your study hall twice a week. So you have academic support in that transition of managing your own schedule So everything was pretty pinned out and I came in on a twelve person team was seven other freshmen so I was also going through the experience with a lot. aww people it wasn't just me or one other person on that all makes all of that easier for sure right and I feel the same way. Because when I left Pittsburgh Pittsburgh and went to Tulsa to go to school I actually went there with about twelve people from my area where I grew up. It made the transition either. We have a lot of things in common so you didn't get homesick so you didn't feel singled out frustration which was really nice for me and helped me be successful zestful. I really believe the and the and the workload is transition. That's the thing when you went from high school football to to college. The speed of things things the amount of low now manager classes on your own getting yourself to and from places But that extra that athletic load transitioning tha that is also. I think something that people don't realize is is very challenging and then again what if someone has opportunity to go the pros that that athletic load is just one notch even heavier and so people don't realize how much athletes that are playing in college. What they're going through? Gus Gabby and I have something in common. She's certainly not aware of navy may be was that I was a resident of the Virgin Islands. Yeah you're Lucky Guy Ari us. I'll tell you it only lasted posted about three or four months and I went after college and you mentioned that was a little lack of direction. Mine drinking a lot and they were well. Well that was sporadic. Drinking was consistent that we're sporadic kind of like you said your mom kind of pulled you out of there because it was a little At my parents did but I was twenty three to time but yeah so I just did you enjoy it while you're there I did enjoy. Yeah why I thought the interesting thing was like like were I lived. There is no locks on the doors in no glass windows screen Emerson Lake you just everyone and no cars either one car at the. Didn't you medicine right..

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"reece" Discussed on The Ready State

The Ready State

11:02 min | 1 year ago

"reece" Discussed on The Ready State

"Could I make my life be a place. I WANNA be all the time and not have have to escape from and you not clearly. You can't like it's not like every living moment unlike. This is amazing however for me it was it felt important and but I have to be honest. Honest is probably connected to some of my control issues like after being control is. Let's see if I can get through. This real is who I am in this moment and does it mean. Sometimes I don't think like shot to kill probably make brody's behavior a lot funnier but I I'm trying riding to go and then you know what it is once. It's not part of your everyday life in your friends aren't really doing it I just think that's easier having said that I don't i. I don't Poop who it for the people I did this. This beach lecture in of all places in Canada and they were all on board for like forty minutes like Oh gabby she's amazing and then somebody said do you drink and I was like no and they might weren't like working trust you. It is interesting though. I've I've noticed that people think that the Act Act not drinking is in and of itself judgment of them and it's not I not I can show you my my. You know I cannot flashy my inside on my coat and tell you all of the things that die am trying you know managing of my flaws. And so it isn't about that it's just me having a really personal Ol- This is my personal quest with it and and and and also like saying hey is a celebratory or my medicating you know and so I think it's all of that. Well you know I think that really is the perfect segue because you know we started to realize as well. We really didn't fueled good at the moment. I was took the edge off. You know I could come down. You know how to glass of wine and then I didn't sleep well and that that really started to back up and clearly there are some God. We know everyone knows that there are these these tranches of of things. Things that are important. You know you aggregate you start to have to eat not like a child at some point you have to. Maybe you should consider not drinking all the time but for us it was about sleep in and one of the things that I know about your family is that it re you guys really protect your sleep. If it's got to feel like that's got to be part of this magic because we feel like we're just burning it at three ends ends and then we're so stressed out we can't sleep. You talk about. I mean layered is is the Ninja. Hang out with all the late. I'm going to bed you know and I mean do do you. Have you always known that or did you gather that skill later on because it's something that we we let an I protect like it's the number number one thing we protect the I think you know I. It's not really me. I think. Layers being coming from surfing background. Surfers typically typically go to bed early. 'cause they get up so early because in the old days you've wanted to be in the water. The wind came up or before too. Many people were there so this is somebody who's always gotten up at five. Am I am or what have you. And then you know it's after a while I get bored hanging out by myself and I guess Does she go to bed. But it was not as easy for me and quite frankly it's always been hard always trying to figure out little cocktails magnesium or this to to get to sleep because I'm I'm a bit of a of a mental reminder and this is where I tried to work everything out in my in my sleep are all those conversations I wanNA have or or the list of things being so notebooks obviously by the bedside help but learn been the big force and you guys have talked a lot about it like he's heavy duty about getting to bed. Pretty early I try. Try My best not to do too much in the room. Sometimes I do because unlike I have not done one thing that was sort of just mindless fun for me in one day and sometimes I do it there and that's against a little bit. There are house policy. I own it one hundred percent but I'm like for me to watch twenty minutes of a stand ended up comedian or documentary. What that gives me is I'm like okay? I'll trade it at that time. Our rooms cold sixty four sixty five. It's dark dark. He sleeps on a chilly. Pack I do not and I have found that sleep does beget sleep. So the more get into that rhythm for me as a person who's not a good sleeper it does really help and it certainly helps the disposition of the kids and also how we interact with each other. You know we were really Obsessed Zest reprioritising sleep in our kids and people would say to US Wayne. Your kids are so lovely in there so nice and Kelly and I always thought man we just make him sleep like it's actually. We're not doing anything else. Good excuse me an interesting. Is that July become so sensitive. 'cause we sleep in like it's like the perfect setup up like we both talk about. I can't wait to go to the to the sleep room and blackout and I what I've found is that when I I'm now so sensitive that I just was out teaching in New York and basically I'm getting up at two thirty in the morning to make these things happen to thirty local time California New York. I'm sleeping in a strange place. New Bed strange. You no and I do that for three days. And they come back. And it's taken me a week to put myself back together. I just really has ruined me. And then so then John are like well may we. I just need to drink all the time and not sleep so that. We're not sensitized. PUFFY NO I can't lose my hair I lost my hair right and you're not purchased see. There's who they know about not being precious and so but I think if you you know listen I think it's it's saying hey when I can get it and control control it I will and when I can't do roll with it and I'm going to be the best version of myself in that circumstance and I'll worry about in each scenario. I've definitely helped my friend with his his luggage full of magnets that is putting under his bed travelling. I'm like maybe that's excessive. Maybe that's it may be a little precious. Yeah because stress around it is worse than not the sleep. So it's like it's like people they're like. Oh good it's I have to eat a meal it's been two hours. It's like okay first first of all. You don't need a me on the second of all this stress that you're creating craziness. Yeah we've been trying to teach kids that they're like well. I need to eat dinner and we're like but are you actually hungry like do you need is actually. Are you experiencing hunger. Welcome to the starts where the fun house I just want exactly. I just want to switch and make sure we get time to talk about X. P. T. I'm hoping you can tell us what Experti- is always doing such a good job Abbott researching and innovating and expertise sort of your latest iteration of that. So what is it full disclosure Experti- and the principles I suppose there in have changed fundamentally change our lives and given us more reserve like one of the things that I want to make sure that we're talking about here is that we're not trying to frame this like do this. This otherwise you're gonNA be crippled and decrepit right instead. We're saying man if you start to take care of some of these basics earlier on we can actually get more work done on and feel better. I agree with that and I what I appreciate about that is is sometimes. I know. It's very daunting for people. And what you what I always always say is listen. This is just an invitation and were just having a discussion around these things so that you have things to consider to support you but not. Hey We've got the answers and this is how you do it because also even within our own lives we do that better certain days and certain weeks and others and also you you you have to go like hey. I'm crazy crazy schedule. I know I'm only going to get five hours of sleep but expertise it was I. I would say that I would say the motor behind a lot of things the impetus and the spark and so x PT. was you know it was standing. For extreme performance inch training but layered it would be exploratory because our whole thing is how can we be our best selves or organism mm-hmm optimum are optimum. Whoever we are for an athlete if we are at a time in our life running children around whatever we're doing how can we be optimum wherever we are and so we've got the pool element which I think is sort of most exotic element pillars of the brand or moves move? Breathe Reeve and recover so the pool. We do things speaking of aging where you go. Hey I want to be ballistic. I WANNA do a thousand rex today. How can I do that and not just kill myself? So the water created that environment for us in it also on the other side gave layered an opportunity being more efficient and and stronger in the water to support him For Surfing so that started about twelve years ago and we were kind of all his crash test dummies and we managed to put together pretty. Great cohesive program The other parts are so and they talk a lot like you do Kelly but differently not as extensive and and as much self care mobility and even me. I don't squawk correctly mechanics are terrible. So it's like getting these fundamental moves. How can I do this better? So I don't hurt myself and talking talking about everyday life and then breathing which we returned onto really through whim. Hof being the impetus for that and Rick Rubin and it was sort of realizing hey this is a a really old practice and this is something that we all do all day long. It's the most important one of the most important things functions we do for our body audie and most of us are doing it wrong because we're mouth breathing so breathing became a really important part of the practice. Because sometimes I feel like we jumped step step when we talk about self care or some people call it wellness and I think sometimes if we could try to lock into just some of the real basic things And Try to do those decently we start to give ourselves a fighting chance and then recover and this was different for me because recovery wasn't like hey so you did. You took a day off. Recover people say like I take one day off a week and it's like then the notion was okay. How do you support yourself in recovery? So so then. That's where the heat in the ice came. In or for certain people can be stretching for certain people could be a flushing cardio. Whatever that is was to sort of have these pillars pillars of breathe moving recover and and could we figure out a way to simplify that shirt with other people and And that's what expertise. It's a ton of resources. Were people find out about that. Only goodness will they now a breathing APP so they can go to expertise life dot com. So let's say you WanNa Rambagh or you want to down regulate before you go to bed or you know before you kill your family members or you get ready for a big meeting..

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"reece" Discussed on The Ready State

The Ready State

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"reece" Discussed on The Ready State

"Even before we got married. We were a little bit like Lady Lady Hawke what he meant that baby I mean one of us is Michelle pfeiffer. One of US has rutger Hauer. We were like I was wolf at night. And you're the Hawk by day and what I'm saying is that I sleep at a hundred thousand degrees and you freeze. You go to bed with two leading hot when but yeah I don't you'll have to. I just have to have the room cold. Meanwhile you put a sweatshirt on you go to like. It's the white walkers coming idea what it's like to be me that that's very true. Then then we were at a convention. I ran into todd. saw the Chilou is the founder of chilly pad and in two seconds I was like I don't know what this is. But but this is going to change my life and when we walked out of there with that thing underneath my arm and it has got up for you for your birthday changed my life. I have slept on it. I mean look. There's a lot of talking about bio hacks like hack this and drink this and go to bed and nothing has changed the quality of my sleep density of my sleep like this thing so so we're clear this thing does is concerned late cold water underneath your sheet sheet all night long trump's our core temperature you don't make frigging hot and if you are the frozen one Michelle pfeiffer you can turn up the hot you can actually hit your bed with this thing so imagine a peaceful kingdom where more than one time of Year Matthew Broderick is is is meeting Michelle pfeiffer record our together and they we get more than like you. We don't fight anymore about.

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