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Montana Rule Urges Schools To Give Parents Say on Masks

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 weeks ago

Montana Rule Urges Schools To Give Parents Say on Masks

"Federal health officials are again urging states and local school boards to require that children wear masks in school although some are ignoring the plea Dr Rochelle Wilensky who heads the U. S. centers for disease control says coded cases are on the rise in schools where children are not wearing masks and teachers aren't vaccinated actually in the context of this I'm very transmissible delta variants I'm and we are encouraging the schools to follow our guidance but in Montana governor Greg Gianforte's fighting schools that are requiring masks saying it's based on inconclusive research and says it could damage student health he wants parents to decide while in Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf has reversed himself and is now requiring masks in all of the state's public and private schools that's after five thousand students tested positive since school began I'm Jackie Quinn

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Models Forecast 100,000 More COVID-19 Deaths Unless U.S. Changes Its Ways

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Models Forecast 100,000 More COVID-19 Deaths Unless U.S. Changes Its Ways

"Federal health officials say the rate of Kubic nineteen deaths has increased eleven percent compared to last week putting the US on track for another grim milestone by December the head of the U. S. centers for disease control Dr Rochelle Polanski says the U. S. is averaging about one hundred forty two thousand new coronavirus cases a day a slight increase three percent over the prior week but the rate of deaths has gone up higher eight hundred sixty four per day an increase of nearly eleven percent researchers from the university of Washington suggest nearly one hundred thousand more people could die from cope with nineteen by December which would put the US death toll it nearly seven hundred thirty thousand but they say a dramatic shift in behavior like people wearing masks in public could cut that in half I am Jackie Quinn

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CDC Sees Large-Scale Covid-19 Outbreaks at Schools Not Following Safety Guidelines

Mark Levin

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

CDC Sees Large-Scale Covid-19 Outbreaks at Schools Not Following Safety Guidelines

"The CDC has laid out guidelines for school districts to cut down on the spread of Covid 19, But the CDC director says some aren't following them. As more students go back to the classroom. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky is urging school districts to take Covid 19 prevention measures seriously. She says large scale quarantines are happening in schools that are not following CDC guidance regarding teacher and student vaccinations. I want to strongly appeal to those districts who have not implemented prevention strategies and encourage them to do the right thing to protect the Children under their care. She reiterated a plea for masking in schools. This is not forever. This is for now. She also says U. S. Covid 19 related deaths have increased by 11% in the past seven days.

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Extra COVID Vaccine Approved for Those With Weak Immune Systems

AP News Radio

00:59 min | Last month

Extra COVID Vaccine Approved for Those With Weak Immune Systems

"US regulators have approved an extra dose of the covert nineteen vaccination for transplant recipients and others with weakened immune systems the food and drug administration has approved booster shots for millions of Americans who are especially vulnerable to the corona virus because of organ transplants certain cancers and other health conditions centers for disease control director Dr Rochelle Wilensky says emerging data show it works there is an enhanced antibody response after an additional dose of an MRT Corp in nineteen vaccines Santino compromised several other countries including France and Israel have similar recommendations the boosters are only for this high risk group about three percent of U. S. adults for the rest of the population so far the vaccines seem to be providing protection without an extra dose although that is being monitored hi Jackie Quinn

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CDC Urges COVID Vaccines During Pregnancy as Delta Surges

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

CDC Urges COVID Vaccines During Pregnancy as Delta Surges

"The centers for disease control and prevention is urging all pregnant women to get vaccinated against covert nineteen the CDC recommendation echoes recent guidance from top obstetrician groups and comes as hospitals in corona virus hot spots around the country are seeing greater numbers of unvaccinated mothers to be seriously ill with the virus expectant women run a higher risk of severe illness and pregnancy complications from covert nineteen including miscarriages and still births but CDC data show their vaccination rates are low with only about twenty three percent having received at least one dose the agency had previously encouraged pregnant women to consider vaccination but CDC director Dr Rochelle Wilensky now says it has never been more urgent to increase vaccinations during the search that's come with the spread of the delta variant I'm Ben Thomas

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US Now Averaging 100,000 New COVID-19 Infections a Day

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

US Now Averaging 100,000 New COVID-19 Infections a Day

"The U. S. is now averaging more than one hundred thousand new covert nineteen infections a day a milestone last seen during the winter search the number of confirmed infections across the US had been averaging about eleven thousand a day in late June now Johns Hopkins university's tally puts the number at one hundred seven thousand one hundred forty three it also shows the number of people dying from infections rising to nearly five hundred a day as of Friday director of the centers for disease control and prevention Dr Rochelle Wilensky earlier this week eighty three percent of our counties in the United States are experiencing moderate or high transmission was delta variants continuing to be dominant circulating virus Johns Hopkins tracker puts the number of covered nineteen tests coming back positive at more than eleven percent still one thing going in the right direction the number of people getting vaccinated back up to more than eight hundred thousand per day I'm Ben Thomas

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CDC Issues Warning as Students Return to School

WSB programming

00:47 sec | Last month

CDC Issues Warning as Students Return to School

"Coronavirus cases to tell you about here in Georgia, 4000 reported Friday alone. That's the biggest jump in cases since January. The C D. C with the coronavirus warning as students head back to school here Still, BSP Cheryl Castro, CDC director Rochelle Walensky says following CDC guidelines is the best way to keep kids safe in schools. We do so by getting as many people around them who are eligible for vaccination to be vaccinated. And to keep our schools masked right now. Wolinski and Education Secretary Miguel Cardona participated in a town hall where they took questions from parents and students about returning to in person learning this fall on this first week of school, 185 covid cases reported in the Cobb County school system, which returned Monday, 166 cases in Gwinnett schools, which reopened Wednesday Sports Baseball

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CDC Official Issues Warning to Metro Atlanta School Districts

Word on the Street

00:41 sec | Last month

CDC Official Issues Warning to Metro Atlanta School Districts

"Many of Metro plant is biggest school district disease that is transmitted in the schools. The places that aren't taking the prevention strategies. The places that aren't masking C D. C Director Rochelle Walensky and Education Secretary Miguel Cardona participated in a Boston town hall where they took questions from parents and students about returning to in person learning this fall. Meanwhile, Cobb County schools have confirmed over 185 cases of Covid since the new school year started Monday. Masks are optional. The Cobb County schools Gwinnett County schools are reporting 166 cases since school began Wednesday when it's schools required the use of masks the war of words between President Biden in Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's over covid

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COVID-19 Surge, Driven by Delta Variant, Hits US Hospitals

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

COVID-19 Surge, Driven by Delta Variant, Hits US Hospitals

"There's been a dramatic increase in the number of covert nineteen cases in the U. S. compared with the prior week and it's being linked to the more contagious delta variant state local and federal authorities have been urging people to get vaccinated because there's been another spike in virus infections Dr Rochelle Wilensky heads the U. S. centers for disease control and prevention our seven day averages about eighty nine thousand four hundred sixty three cases per day this represents an increase of forty three percent from the prior seven day average nearly ninety thousand cases a day a Florida hospital chain is suspending elective surgeries some Georgia hospitals are said to be turning patients away in Houston Texas chief medical officer Dr David person KTRK urges more people to get vaccinated you need to consider that you represent a potential danger to yourself and others in most particularly your own family I'm Jackie Quinn

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Revisit Andrew Cuomo Mismanging COVID Outbreak in New York

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last month

Revisit Andrew Cuomo Mismanging COVID Outbreak in New York

"Again. This is March 26 2020 Go. Elaine, New Rochelle, New York The Great W. ABC go Now That's the EPA of epicenters. Go ahead. Yes. Hello. Thank you very much for taking my call. Um, I wanted to bring to your attention in the listener's attention What It's about to happen in New York with respect to nursing homes. And the governor has ordered that all nursing homes must accept, uh, covid positive patients that are actually potentially still infectious. Into into their facilities, and this will put our residents are long term care population. Yeah, is this Are you pulling my leg seriously? No. Why would you send Somebody who has this virus into a population that can kill people. Thank you. No, No. Are you serious? I am here. Well, why would he order this? It doesn't make any sense Memo. Well, because because the hospitals well, first of all in you know, I will point out that nursing homes are in the habit of accepting patients from hospitals to continue their care after their They may be in the habit, But they must realize now that the most vulnerable people among us our senior citizens And nursing homes. These are people that have issues and so I'm trying to understand. The point of this. What is the point of this? I'm looking at a directive from Andrew Cuomo and Howard Zucker dated March 25th that is ordering Nursing homes. It says nursing homes must comply with the expedited receipt of residents from hospitals. They are deemed appropriate to go into the nursing homes by the hospitals, and we cannot discriminate based on The presence of

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'The Dude Bros' Had It Right the First Time About These COVID Policies

The Dan Bongino Show

01:24 min | Last month

'The Dude Bros' Had It Right the First Time About These COVID Policies

"They know Canadians like to do what they're told. So they tell you have to wear a mask. Next. We're gonna tell you have to contact trace. Then they're going to tell you you have to take the vaccine because Canadians like to do what they're told. They're hoping that everyone just complies. And then guess what. Kids Once you take your vaccine, like a dumb person that doesn't know any better. They're going to tell you Sorry. The vaccine isn't as effective as we thought it was going to be. So now you still gotta wear your mask. Still got to get contact. Trace still have all the restrictions and so Social distancing and still take your vaccine. Oh, my God. Just the first Christmas. We have a studio audience as you may have heard. It's uh, it's about 500. People by the same people had to do Obama's house for his big 16th birthday bash. Post. This is it's kind of what happened, right? You're a little exaggeration there, but Crazy How the dude Burrows got it. And the stupid smart people didn't I mean the credential? That's any Fauci big medical degree guy with Shell? Rochelle Walensky, another medical health professional. All these Francis Collins, another one out there all over the media. Many of the masked man made all these really even Jerome Adams are old surgeon general, with the with the bow tie, appearing all over the news, I guess trying to rescue his reputation. He was under the Trump administration to out there again talking about masks and all this stuff. Amazing How the dude, bro got it the whole time.

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"rochelle" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

02:12 min | Last month

"rochelle" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Rochelle Walensky clarifying comments she made the Foxes bred fair, saying there will not be a federal vaccine mandate for Americans. I completely understand the push back, and I also understand that this is not unlike other things that are mandated overall, she said. She is in favor of more vaccinations. The comments coming today after President Biden announced all federal employees would be required to get vaccinated or Face strict testing and other guidelines. Earlier today, the CDC released the data for why it recommended earlier this week that even vaccinated people in some areas should wear masks again, citing a cluster of cases in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, where nearly 500 cases popped up this month, and 75% of those infected were vaccinated. Health officials in Florida are reporting covid cases have jumped 50% there this week, a federal eviction moratorium will be allowed to expire. Congress will not pass legislation to extend an eviction freeze put in place by the CDC is part of the pandemic response. President Biden says the administration cannot reimpose the moratorium without Congress, citing a recent Supreme Court decision has Speaker Nancy Pelosi, another Democratic leaders spent the day trying to muster votes to approve an extension unsuccessfully. Approval in the House still would have required a 60 vote majority in the Senate. President Biden is urging state and local governments to disperse more than $46 billion in funding intended for runners and landlords in rental assistance on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox News, However, several government agencies will extend their moratoriums to September 30th. Those include the Department of Agriculture, Housing and Urban Development, Veterans Affairs and the Federal Housing Finance Agency. Nearly two dozen people have been hospitalized with non life threatening injuries after two trains collided head on in Boston America is listening to Fox News. Hello. Hello, Mr Crane. I'm calling about today's appointment. The tree is scheduled to fall on your r V at 2 14 today Anyway, we can reschedule. We're really enjoying our trip, so I'm sorry, but that's our only opening. Can it just be a little tree? Let me check. No, I'm sorry. Our file says it's a huge one. RV owners can't schedule when things go.

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Breaking Down the New CDC Mask Guidance

Short Wave

02:01 min | Last month

Breaking Down the New CDC Mask Guidance

"Right alison just two little months ago. You and i were on the show talking about how the cdc said vaccinated people should feel free to lose their masks in almost all settings including indoors. Yeah i mean this guy was basically based on the honor system in most places you just kind of had to take someone's word for it whether they were vaccinated and every member matter. You and i shared some concerns about vaccine equity rates. Vaccinations still being low. And how this might affect people who are most vulnerable now here. We are today amid a surge of cases here to talk about how the cdc is now modifying some of that guidance. Can you tell us more about how the cdc made this decision. Sure it really comes down to two main factors. I mean the delta variant and slowing vaccinations about thirty percent of adults remain unvaccinated in the us. Meaning there's this huge group of people who are still vulnerable to the virus kids under twelve can't be vaccinated people with compromised. Immune systems don't always get full protection from the vaccine. So they're vulnerable to and there's something more here mattie new data suggests that vaccinated people who get infected with the delta variant could transmit it to others here. Cdc director rochelle wolinsky back fascinated. People infected with the delta variants after vaccination may be page and spread the virus to others. This new science is worrisome. And unfortunately warrants an update to our recommendation and she really points out that this is different from previous variants unlike the alpha variant that we had back in may where we didn't believe that if you were vaccinated you could transmit further. I'm this is different now with the delta variant and alison. We should be clear here right. The vaccines are still doing their job. Against the delta variant these vaccines are designed to prevent vaccinated people from getting really sick or dying and they are still doing a stellar job of

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Delta Variant Now Accounts for More Than 80% of U.S. COVID-19 Cases

AP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 2 months ago

Delta Variant Now Accounts for More Than 80% of U.S. COVID-19 Cases

"To surge. It now accounts for 83% of us covid cases. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky. The best way to prevent the spread of Covid 19 variants is to prevent the spread of disease and vaccination is the most powerful tool. We have a federal judges blocked in Arkansas law banning nearly all

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CDC Leader: US in 'Pandemic of the Unvaccinated'

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

CDC Leader: US in 'Pandemic of the Unvaccinated'

"The Biden ministration expects coronavirus cases and deaths to increase in the weeks ahead CDC director Dr Rochelle Wilensky says the country has reached a new coronavirus space this is becoming a pandemic of the unvaccinated new numbers show virus cases and deaths are up White House coronavirus response coordinator Jeff science says the numbers are high in areas with higher numbers of people on vaccinated just four states accounted for more than forty percent of all cases in the past week with one in five of all cases occurring in Florida alone science says each virus death is tragic now it's even more tragic because they are preventable at Donahue Washington

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Health Officials Warn About Delta Variant as COVID-19 Cases Surge

Fresh Air

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Health Officials Warn About Delta Variant as COVID-19 Cases Surge

"States is facing a jarring turn in its year and a half battle against the coronavirus. New cases and hospitalizations are rising again. More contagious. Delta variant is a big factor. So are the outbreaks in places where few people are vaccinated against Covid 19. NPR's Ping Wang has details. It's a hard learned truth from the pandemic when cases and hospitalizations increase deaths will follow. Rochelle Walensky, head of the CDC says This is especially true in parts of the country with low vaccination rates. Preliminary data over the past few months show a stark divide between those who have gotten shots and those who have not 99.5% of deaths from Covid 19 in the United States were in unvaccinated people. Those deaths were preventable with a simple, safe shocked. Wolinski says that places with low vaccination rates are facing increased risks from the Delta variant, which now accounts for 80% of new infections in some areas. She says, lacks mitigation policies are not helping.

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4 Arrested, Charged in Connection With New Rochelle Uber Driver Stabbing

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

4 Arrested, Charged in Connection With New Rochelle Uber Driver Stabbing

"rochelle" Discussed on The Birder's Guide

The Birder's Guide

02:14 min | 2 months ago

"rochelle" Discussed on The Birder's Guide

"And i definitely it's a part of my every day and i guess i challenge when i go to gain knees and i'm speaking to other conservation. Students guard to about five event. It's a room full of bird. And i it's great you go out and you watch birds and you make your list and you put it on data. That's wonderful but i also want you to next time. You're having a cup of tea with that friend. That's notable have that conversation. Just tell them something. Cool told him something interesting style conversation and goalie you. I'm michael with band in our so easily. Just talking spitballing about beds. As i was just thinking we're gonna have to. We're going to have to shut this episode in which sucks and maybe we'll just have to do another one but it's this. Hey this but that's what i'm saying. It's cool and gary webb. Birth birth converts are Fair enough where. We're kind of preaching to the converted to each of the kind of thing. But i think in mandates that that golden thread and that is they can have these little conversations with anybody. It's just looking full fat. Little opportunity that little thread to tug and as soon as you find god and you can win people larva. You really real assiette. I said i'd do it all the time. It's what i live eight braves full to be honest. So yeah that's awesome one question around citizen science so i i personally i use ebid just because it helps me. Keep track of wilma stuff. Yes one of abraham's very good because it keeps track of all of your lists not only run it's brilliant. It's a brilliant cavalry system for any battle. Yeah so in. Terms of this has any relevance to tourism pat or definitely conservation but not maybe not tourism. But what do you see citizen science..

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"rochelle" Discussed on The Birder's Guide

The Birder's Guide

03:56 min | 2 months ago

"rochelle" Discussed on The Birder's Guide

"Birds was a love frogs to whiting through cracks in the rain at night. Time is really not my thing. I have done a lot of what an around native vegetation plants. That's also i guess. Another aside specialty bought. I love because this sawyer easy to connect with no matter where i am. I am birding. it's i am dating twenty four seven. I'm very much an order tree. But i'll start i. I hear everything on o'clock. So i can't look where all the time otherwise i'll ice plant especially in family lock rain or roots. Some had to develop my coal. Id pretty well. And i'm in a suburb. Just north of the Cb day literally walking distance to the perks cb. On thursday night. I got so excited because here saban verbal coaling outside on artists. Have every place i've lived i notice the bird. Sound changing around to me and what. Species common gory. Depending on where. I live so i just for some reason the My passion and i just find them so interesting fairy wrens..

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Delta Variant Accounts for 20% of Covid Cases in the U.S.

ABC Perspective

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Delta Variant Accounts for 20% of Covid Cases in the U.S.

"And hospitalizations trend downward across the country. U. S health officials have become increasingly worried about the highly contagious Delta variant, particularly in communities with low vaccination rates. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky, telling Good Morning America this week that the delta variant now accounts for more than 20% of all coronavirus cases in the U. S, But even that number could rise quickly. Generally, when viruses mutate, they do so, with some advantage to the virus, and in this case, the delta variant, it is mutated so that the virus is more transmissible now, meantime, at

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Calls for Extension of Eviction Ban as New Deadline Looms

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Calls for Extension of Eviction Ban as New Deadline Looms

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting there are calls for extending the pandemic bands on the fictions as a new deadline looms the clock is ticking down on the nationwide moratorium on evictions imposed by the centers for disease control and prevention as emergency pandemic protection the separate elections bands for renters and mortgage holders expire next Wednesday there are calls from some quarters for extensions at the White House press secretary Jen Psaki the decision to extend the eviction moratorium will be made by the CDC based on public health conditions sake also added the moratorium was always intended to be temporary this week dozens of members of Congress wrote to president Biden and CDC director Rochelle Wilensky calling for the ban to be extended and also strengthened my cross yep Washington

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"rochelle" Discussed on Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

04:21 min | 9 months ago

"rochelle" Discussed on Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

"I'm joined today by rochelle kimbrell. She was the first african american female fighter pilot in the united states. air force. well that's really cool rachelle. Thank you for being with us today. Absolutely thanks for having me your welcome so now tell us tell us how you cut your start in aviation started aviation. I took my first lesson when i was fourteen years old. I was just very fascinated on by flight. Invite space when i was in kindergarten. I wanted to be an astronaut. And i wrote a way to nasa. Find out what it takes to be an astronaut the on my double lines crayon paper and they sent me back a huge pack. That stayed in my room for most of my most of my life. <hes> the just kind of walked us through how you become an astronaut about fourth grade. I realized as i was still learning about it. Because i was fascinated that <hes>. All astronauts don't get to go to space and that was a little bit <hes>. Concerning to me. Because i wanted to do something where i would actually get to do it every day so i kind of lucked into the next best thing would be flying jets so reverse engineered my life to figure out how i could do that. So i got my first lesson at fourteen and <hes>. And had my license. By the time. I was seventeen and just absolutely fell in love with the idea at first but then the actual acts of. Why did you pursue getting and all that before you went to the economy. I did not so being a little bit funds limited. You know. I did what i could so it took me a while to get through the steps. We kind of took lessons when there was money to take lessons. <hes> joined the civil air patrol with intentions of <hes>. Being part of the flying program there that they efforts but ended up kind of falling into the cadet activity side and doing a lot more fit activities than actually fine. And then pursuing my pilot's license on on land. And i assume you seen gliders at dakota me also i did a little bit <hes>. I didn't do the whole program. I did basically what we were required to do. And then i was focusing a little bit more on the hill. And what <hes>. What was your major. I ended up with a general engineering. Major okay. I started with but that's where i ended up. Well you started out with. What astro engineering mechanic. Oh okay so now. Did you go right to the training or did you have to do something else before they had a slot for you right. The pilot training <hes>. Basically right after sixty days of leave in august of ninety eight. I started pilot training and you went to laughlin right i did. I went to doria by the see. So how did you do in pilot training. you know. that's a funny question. Most people know their rankings and how they came out. I'm not really sure was never told. I don't know obviously i did well up to get next to keep right but for some reason you know now as i'm older people number two number why i have no idea really so now. This timeframe was nike and ninety eight time frame. So there are a lot of women in piloting. At that time i went. Say a lot but we have larger class of women <hes>. but they all went t- ones and my helicopters <hes>. And i can't even tell you. I'd have to look at the picture but i think that there were six or seven of us and our thoughts and you selected the efficiency of sixteen. And where did you go to to rt for sixteen force based on. Okay and what was your first assignment i went to miss. Our japan gets chilly in the winter. There was awesome. Great snow greek snowboarding in place to station

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"rochelle" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"rochelle" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Hi and welcome to another episode of the emma gonna show and an episode from the volts. That's right with nearly five hundred episodes under our belts. Thought we could revisit some of the conversations from the gun show archive that really resonated with you but that also cover topics that a central to this podcast hunger. For knowledge positively overcoming obstacles and striving to be the best version of ourselves. If you are a time listener of this post you may remember when this episode was first published. You may even have listened first time around. But i'm aware that new people find the show all the time and with hundreds of episodes in the back catalog. It can be quite the task to catch up so for this. There is i'm bumping these conversations. You've told me you love to the top of the feed a conversation that really resonated with the with the chat i had with rochelle humes back in july two thousand and nineteen where we talked about the power positively. And when you think about everything that we're shell has achieved from pop stardom at a very early age through to continue chart chopping chart topping success in one of the most accessible bands saturdays and now huge success as a television presenter and as one of the best love tv personalities not to mention the fact. She is also an author and the fashion designer. She has achieved so so much and unpicking that journey and she's navigated it because there have been challenges along the way with something that i really enjoyed listening to and speaking to her about but i know that it was something that really resonated with you. I did say this at the time when this originally went out. But i was able to get this time with rachelle because she has a world as an ambassador or at least did. I'm not sure if she's does for john frieda and we do talk on those products. But i bumped this episode based on the emails and dm's i had about the show at the time and since and how much people enjoy tapping into rebels. Positively authenticity just so just so. You're aware that might be a product but this is not a sponsor episode so without any further do from the volts. It's rochelle humes on the gun show..

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"rochelle" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

09:16 min | 1 year ago

"rochelle" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

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Love Like I will actually do my proper fight show. And they like you need to have some extraction. Find it Seifan attracted it to Marvin and he just gets Brady stressors May. Stop picking. He's really yeah. You're selling. So I tried to wrestle him to like might please. Let me help. But he doesn't like it so much. So when my sisters come a really. Guy Freight them because they'll let me and then I can. Do you going for the whole thing you do it like a good proper hour-long spa face. They liked back half the I. Could do a proper place you. Honestly I would really like to do that if this wasn't my job. I. Think. Yeah. I find it really therapeutic. Weighty Day really I think you can really see the difference after. And I only say people must think I like to for seventy different skincare brand. Just I'm not selling them. I promise you I'm non-commission. I just really like them. What's what? What do you have? Any particular favorites? If. I've got a lot of different scientific thanks mass yet today and I am a kills one in my box, which is enough which is. Really hot writing anything hydrates. Nothing is good and I think I don't think. Over say if you if your skin split up also is good too hard drive say I think. Sometimes what happens an anonymous from financial specialist? If you if you get breakout sometimes you think. That, you should start your skin dry skin out because you've had a breakout but actually. A lot of the time because you're doing that your skin them produces oil, which then gets trapped and then you get, we know the the the bumps and stuff even more side. So I think the Hydroxy Moss I think it's as it says hydrated and I would always pick up that mosque. Yeah there's a difference moisture in the skin and oil miskin. And Oil is what you want. But meisters always. Yeah always sounds like, yeah. Maybe maybe need to rise up your facial protocol caroline. He Eh. It'd be too much. That's why they sometimes up just found this newport. I also feel like if you've had a good if you've ever had a good facial don t there's something about you but I've wanted to then use those same sort of muscles techniques on someone else I never I love which again, I put in my box I've done it in my previous box as well but just purely convinces brilliant. The J.J. Roller. I will say in front of ten A and I will just run. Into that count me out anyway. And I love it. So funny my duty was cannot have one of those. So now after the bob she puts, it works strides she likes to have live gut. But I, keep them in my in my back and if we're gonna any start, let when I do this morning I wanted is. On my way in the back of the car I dislike we'll just guy from my is at. Any rate he came to. One side. And, then the. So yeah that's kind of. One of my. Top things the way she as during the heatwave I kept my rose courts one in the fridge and it was a Isn't that. So. So on sign-on you start using on your face and then you're like, it's down your neck. And then needs pretty back in the fridge. 'cause you. Exactly but it's amazing for a minute. Okay and now now onto your final, your final feel-good habit, which is another tasty one. Is another text is a bit by King. Good old fashioned Viking with my kids they love it. I love it if you're having one of them as we alike. Oh. I WANNA tying them but I don't really want to get out got out the house or whatever, and is the perfect thing to do and I just think this sounds really comforting about biking. I. Mean I'm a better cook than I am a by here. Because I find it quite technical as in like the measurements that have to be not quite on. You've left one thing I. IT might sink call. The other might spread too much. So he jeff is definitely more technical find whereas I'm not one of those cooks that will have the put ever come back in tips. I l. said like studying. So. And I just love it as something my kids love at the subsequent in house, but you know just it makes me happy. And there anything is there anything you'll particularly cakes cakes? Bread. Every we did cookies the appetite. and not yet what she really not box again an a what I did.

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"rochelle" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

hitmen, deadites & Me

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"rochelle" Discussed on hitmen, deadites & Me

"Rinse. This is Nathan Hop. Didn't I'm? Introducing myself this is the very first. Of. The high of okay. It's basically. A podcasts in which. Me and my friends will watch a certain movie and then we will discuss this movie. It's not GonNa be you. The best movie might not be your favorite movie, but it's a movie that is. A cult classic and it has some cult following. So this will be. The gist of my podcasts it will. Just. Have certain movies in it and we will be discussing them it'll. Be. Our No it could be topical, it could be fun. It's more or less just something I've always wanted to do. So I'm just going with it and I'm running with it. Hopefully. In time, the audio will get better and the editing will get better but this is just Me Go with something in running with it and. I'm actually having a lot of fun. Starting this out. So hopefully, I continued to have fun and you guys continue to oscillate enjoy it. You can always give me your input on what you think of anything or. Just. Enjoy. But I will be joined with my friend later tonight. Her name is Rochelle Watson and they call her shell heck. But. She. Will be discussing the movie mannequin. With me. Starring.

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"rochelle" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies

Sex is Not For Sissies

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"rochelle" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies

"These are skills that I believe women we've always had, but at times in the workplace were not able to show. Those we've had this sort of. Come forward and Franks like like men and men right now as men are pushing to make things happen right now. Right are Manica we gotta do this. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA go for. We're going to make it happen. Where and not all men, but I'm seeing what I'm seeing a push action. We're women. We had to find the courage to SORTA. Sit for a moment, understand. What is it that we want? What is it that we need and? And how do we WANNA? Go forward and really draw deeply on the compassion, empathy and humanity to go forward. Obviously Truth and integrity is at the forefront right now, because we just whether we're telling the truth within ourselves or the truth to family friends business. However, it's working, but this is an extraordinary time for women because I believe right now those skills that are so Eneko us are on demand more than ever, and we'll be welcomed so deeply. Wow, that's pretty powerful. In Amazingly. We have pretty much run out of time I WANNA make sure that those who are listening today will have the opportunity to find out how to get in touch with you to learn more about what you're doing or perhaps reach out to you to help. You do the things to help them love the one there with their body. Terrific I am on facebook. Rochelle Rice or linked in as Rachelle Rice also. The. The best way probably to get a hold of me is on email, Rochelle. R. O. C. H., E.. L. L. E. AT ROCHELLE RICE DOT com. And I would just say as closing. Val does that. I think the best advice for people as we go forward is to understand flexibility and adaptability I. So we we've come. We're making our way through this crisis. We've had to be flexible. We've had to adapt. Not only do we have to be flexible in our body, but in our mind as well, and we have to be able to adapt as we move these two skills these two things if you're one that always always said I'm stuck in my you know this is who I am. This is the way that I am. This is going to be challenging for you to move forward if you can adapt by just practicing I, tie my shoes on the right. Let me tie my shoe on the left. This is a this is a change. This is a shift, so those of you who who I would invite your listeners to be brave to be courageous and to practice flexibility and adaptability while they loved one there with. On that's Awesome Rochelle, thank you. Thank you so much for being on today and bringing so much great information to us that we can learn how to take care of ourselves how to love ourselves and how to be flexible and adaptable. Thank you so much, thank you, Valda. Thank you and for those out there who are listening if you have any difficulty at all getting in touch with Rochelle, please reach out to me Valda at Valda. For DOT COM or through my sex is not perceived page on facebook in a private message section I'm glad to answer any questions you have until next time seizing..

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"rochelle" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies

Sex is Not For Sissies

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"rochelle" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies

"Welcome to sex is not precede radio. I'm your host Valda. Ford and is such a joy to have a guest who knows so much about the body, the body's rhythms, and what we can do to keep our bodies the way they should be throughout the life cycle. Our guest today is Rochelle Rice. She's an amazing woman. A nationally recognized speaker, author and educator. She was the first woman in the world, and now just one of three to haul, both they're certified speaking professional designation from the National Speakers Association and the accredited speaker designation from toastmasters International. Rochelle's passion for movement and Anatomy comes from her life as a former professional jazz dancer. She resides in York City and she's here today to motivate us to love the one your with your body welcome Rochelle. Thank you valid great to be here with you again. I love it and I love seeing the things that you're doing when I look online that things are done on social media where you're bringing more people into the understanding that they can take full advantage of their bodies and take full advantage to have better bodies. So thank you for what you do. Thank you. Now you, we're talking about loving. The ones we're with our bodies. Tell me more. Well as we are in this time right now in this being were in this pandemic right now, and what we're seeing is that and the if people did not have a good relationship with their body before this crisis, some of that now showing up tenfold and The increases we might see are in food addictions, perhaps alcohol any type of addictions where we're not really having in a good relationship with our body, and so the most, it's not the panic that this is happening so to speak, but instead to just look at this and say okay. Is there something I can do differently right now to create a better relationship with my body, especially during a crisis, and those are the things that we need to help people right now, and in any crisis for that matter how people to train and understand and have a much larger toolbox to turn to in times when things are super challenging, and it's hard to love the one you're with. Wow! And, that is made worse by all of this. Snacks. binging at home..

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"rochelle" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

10:13 min | 1 year ago

"rochelle" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Much Malbak. I feel I feel bad for him but I think about Lebron during all of this because it's been Kobe in Mike all year long in this year to win the championship for the Lakers. He's gotTa be losing his mind. He's gotTa be losing it by you know because he's the Premier Athlete of MBA E. Is The guy of the time you guy in. I wonder if he wonders. I when I'M GONNA get my kingdom back because it is. It's been so much all rest of the guys. I hope he doesn't do anything silly like trying to bring attention back to them. But they don't really. This really was his year. I I do feel bad. Because this year he's going to bring the championship to the L. A. Restore their fame get hit his legacy in order. Because he's he's still got things to prove he's sitting around all the rest of us in the past week. He's tweeted out the new space. Jam Logo Dried these like tried to tweet about Isiah For sure trying to keep Some of the attention on him and no one really cares. No it's not working. We gotta get Ron more hobbies. Like Jordan might've had too many golf baseball card. I think brownies one or two more like something. It's it's a rare art. I on a Tuesday so I can't the stars of land for him to get cancelled. Look if it's a rat I mean he he can do a whole lot of things the only thing he can do the only thing he can do is when a string of championships in La. It is not fair. I mean look you know you got all these different opportunities like Taco Tuesday. He's also community. He's pushing his image out. He's doing things all these things. Mike obvious things you know but really the only standard Lebron has is championships. He's got you know all the every. Pm Repeal Lebron's the best. We know he's the best he's gotTA CHAMPIONSHIPS IN I. I feel that sucks. Because he's doing so much you know. He's socially active. He's building schools. Doing all these great things and no one is paying attention anymore. Land I mean. It really is nowhere to go but down for him unless he was a championships or people. Talking unprovoked about things hasn't worked well for me as its own biggest enemy when it comes to shit like I've just played ball and like popped up right now and then everyone would. I guess got sick but he doesn't do that. He's got this this new rap album. I'M GONNA play it my car. You like that He has like tacos. Ellery beat them. I've never heard of move to La. I appreciate the fact that he's authentically himself. I feel like when we get him. He puts it out there. He's just being himself and having fun with it Again it's just we're we're all we're all assholes and we just don't give him any love for Imagine having followed your family on Taco Tuesday and people give you shit for it. You can't win. I go Tuesday. That was bad. You're also I've never given him for celebrating time. His son played basketball. So if you think I'm on jams you got another thing coming I've never. I've never very that answered now right. He Eagle Show up to a youth basketball game in and make some noise for your kids and some far. I'm amazed silver. Hadn't thrown out of the League or you know I. I'm pretty sure there's a phone call after that gay. It had been courageous thing about Lebron is when he talks just about basketball. There's very few people I'd rather listen to because they soap cerebral. He knows all the history. He remembers every single play. He's ever taken Any is at like it's just so easy to like. I don't WanNa hear every talk about anything but football. I kind of feel that way about Lebron brought just the basketball and I'M NOT SAYING STICK IT TO SPOIL. Sadler there right. Now is just talking basketball. It's like I'm just going to sit here. I'm not gonNA argue with you on any of it when he's talking about like I admit to Taco Tuesday argue with you about that no way I would fall for his pump fake. I'm GONNA argue with them reserve. It's just unfair. Because he is lightweight he has photographic. Memory of every play is again. That's third quarter we bring about Ever was all that's cool all right next very a league. Never talk about this. He had a beautiful mind when it comes to this basketball game. The sand is just too high. You know and so like I I I I laugh laugh about the Jordan comparisons because everyone has different ways of comparing but by looking at it from the viewpoint of Chicago Person. Look Michael was a standard always always will be with Kobe. Came around it was it was really good. It was really in style to hate him because not only had he mimicked his style around Michael but he was actually pretty good insight. You know the hatred hatred of players comes from people being afraid of overtaking Michael and so we hated Kobe because as I man is do is win it. He thinks he's Mike well. He's winning these winning a certain way. Scuttle killer instinct Kinda like. There's a bit more now. Yeah oh well. He's not my but we see a little bit him and we can't beat him. No one can beat him so he's okay with. Brian was like Oh you'd side. He's next Mike. Hate him by actually hate him for no other reason but the fact that Ed Michael has to stay here in Lebron cannot surpass so everything he did that that was it losing finals. I lost analyst. He's not saying do. This is crazy how that works out but you know as long as the standard everyone's GonNa struggle until by rings off eight championships in and really just dominates. But that's the difference was all it wasn't always the fact that Mike One it was the way he when he impact the culture around it. You know it's a three three championships. Pasttime off comes back. Three Championships never loses one. It turns into a mythical story in a perfect storm. That's what that's what creates. Legend IS AT MYTHICAL STORY. You tell about people in seeing people lose that that doesn't play for that even though even though. Colby lost him championships. He also came back with without shack in one with teams album. I still can't believe they. They put those those teams out there. And you know with guys like all right. We'll there's admissible story Lebron is still fighting for that mythical story that being that makes him in Human. That people will see in acknowledged. He's doing amazing things all the time but the standard so high. It's like okay. Well what's making them? You know what? Why are we going to build a statue for him by west of what's going to be the thing that's GonNa make say he special that way in the way this way twenty twenty is gone? I feel like he's going to be uphill battle anytime. This thing is back up running. It was also last night on. I feel like Mike. Kobe was kind of like you. I think you're protesting too much. Mike like Microsoft rooms. Laker kid's GONNA take everybody one on one of the bench. He's not GonNa take me one on one. I'M GONNA take the game to him as what I'll do ten minutes later. Who's he think he is wearing that number eight? I was like all right. Somebody's look threatened. Okay Great Hell was the most threatened though. I'm not going anywhere near. Oh and he was like Jordan. Just like Oh this guy's not a comp- he's not an heir to the throne that Laker Kid. I don't like him. I'm Leery Scott. This tremendous glad you found Internet big big about yes at the technology pieces been clutch for me. You know I I. I've learned that computers can do multiple things at once. hadn't I'm still going xbox. Three Sixty You know that that may change in the near future if this keeps going because the trend is really really up up for me in maybe fifth I got knocked off on this podcast once only once in that was simply because I my wife I went out. Got A backup running back up to speed so you know as long as I'm hold it on in in working at my home studio here like this. I think I think the future's really bright trending up for you I'm excited about what could be it. Listen I don't know if you've seen these videos of all these mass gatherings but we're going to be like this for awhile addict. I'm getting comfortable. You know what my blackberries charging right now is on the charter for about four hours now and I think that in the next half hour why get a fifty percent change to go to different room? Let's say you're almost up to what seventeen eighteen percent now. It's gone red to yellow green. I start moving around all Willy Nilly Growth that. We're very happy for you F We appreciate it. We can't wait to see you in person again when twenty twenty four. When that's allowed one I appreciate you guys. You guys support the players in doing everything you do for out always a good time love to come on talk contracts with you whenever you want to add me so thank you much always good pal..

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"rochelle" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

14:20 min | 1 year ago

"rochelle" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"I learned last night's episode. I know I knew my dominated. I didn't know Mike was looking at bobby. Like yeah you barbecue chicken for me baby to get it was a beef. I didn't I thought it was just like a guard. Me It's like my. It's five on five. Somebody has to and he's like. I'm just picturing like Reinsdorf fan like man. It's a nice day. Join just like looks up at the sun like motherfucker. I can Jordan seeing firm pistol at Sun out two to three weeks. The context for me looking at it and seeing like looking back on it and see like day. So that's why did that? That's how it might play that piece in. Its own now. You give me the full story. I appreciate that 'cause I think something's will confusing Look at my face beaching. Everyone's going Oh my God. Oh Michael who is this person? Everybody everybody knows like this was coming going great and it takes take time. I finish up because you got to say I love it. I have problems with it. I'm also shocked these people just don't unders- like who are these. People were surprised like when Jordan himself was just like feel. Siemian a different light after this. Who First of all. He's wrong. Like people love him now right. I think would bitterly. The man is funny as hail as I swear. Very like still the coolest he doesn't he doesn't waste. He does away swear word when he throws it out. There is perfectly timed is perfectly used But he also knows the cameras. Aw because he you know he. He approved this documentary so he needs in twenty years. Hama fuck them all up with how good I looked on this. I thought yeah but as much as he's a bully as great line he was like I feel like when they sat down and the first production meeting he was like tell me we didn't lose the tape. That was one of those are member it people are. GonNa hate me for. This is a great land. Keep it in Going to be the day. No one looks worse than Randy Brown. Who's sitting there going into his team like I 's available at the best available. We're good to go just you know please. It's my grandma might just get in the arena. And he's like mom. Here's one you gotTA CHOOSE BETWEEN GRANDMA AND GRANDPA TAKES A. He's over his head. Was Kid so here. Thank you Mr Jordan. Thank you yeah. Having does any other team ever work like that where like one player controlled. Everyone's tickets probably just want clean ships. Yeah happens quite a bit at stinks with a big thing with Lebron. Lebron wanted a ladder shit. The Dan Gilbert didn't WanNa do and it's like wasn't easy you're GonNa let his best friends on the plane or you're GonNa lose them and Dan. Gilbert did both so multiple. Can't remove telling us but that was part of the reason they left. Miami to was he was asking Pat Riley for all sorts of stuff about Iras like no dude. Got Very we have this. Is The heat wave. We don't do that kind of stuff. No right to. Tim. Duncan didn't go to Orlando because his wife could fly on a plane. I mean bay franchise to stay sacrafices like no unreal will not have no. Maybe he saw something because I think she ended up breaking Timmy Tar. Yeah did they split but he has He bounced back though but he. Yeah yeah now. Tim Molinos how to Bounce Back coaching. Now which is interesting. Because he's such a quiet guy You know he's not. He's not one of those X. Out there yelling and screaming. He's more or less cerebral pitches. Were carefully but board when that play the number four. It's weird because you know there's like A. There's a limit to his coaching. Because he's not going to be the guy like he doesn't WanNa be the guy. Probably this is probably living in San Antonio. There's nothing to do here but game night so by hang on women no no no axel. I'll never get over. It can't believe Charles Barkley was really that good you WanNa. Mvp OFF OF MICHAEL JORDAN. Mvp off of twenty seven year. Old Michael Jordan. He was okay. You made the All star starter to the point. That was part. I'm Sir I guess it was more. It was more for the Dream Team documentary than this but like going into the ninety. Two's just like we Charles and Jordan to as like these are two guys like they were on Mike L. Level. That's why I think they should've because when Charles is talking about losing the Mike uses I couldn't believe I was worse than that guy. I would've sworn Arctic. Good money is better than that. Guy Coli. I will tell you. Right now the Bulls stole that championship from Phoenix. Like legitimately there was real fear that because if he wasn't happy right at home court I had the best record in the league. I think they had a better record labels and they just have momentum Charles had come over from he has been a phoenix that law he come over Phoenix and made them the powerhouse. Nick put all the pieces together because he had been affiliate so law. So is this kind of light. May this may be. This may be the end of the road like they were that good with. Tila store we have to. We have to go back and tell stories. People people understand it because I'm tired of looking at twitter and just basically saying. Wow you know this person just really had a really shitty take and I'm wondering where to get information for bye bye with issues like a fool. Full-throated bad take like. They're like threading stupid comment. Comment Youtube this please. So like the next couple of weeks. I'M GONNA take myself to go find all the youtube clips. Put HIM OUT THERE. And just say look. Hey this player was a dog. Watch like this player Somebody posted something about I think it was dominating dominate dumped on Ralph Sampson and the quote was you believe can we dominic did away like this is like the only did old boys like black. But he's like that's not old boy. That's row Samsung number. One I let. Let's talk about what's happening here. These are plumbers. But that's the way it needs to be told our to tell it because I'm enjoying people going. Ooh Oh damn like that. That's amazing Charles. Barkley just went behind the back in this dump a big you know. I don't really get up there. I come on. He was six to. What do you mean you're thinking? Gang legit six to hit only like six two six three getting those rebounds. You still want to settle. The sons was the third. 'cause they talked about it was like a team. Nobody really went back to back and they went back to bed. And it's okay. Nobody goes back to back to back right or just sons beaten time. Yup probably seemed very feasible. They won their to They'll probably go back and forth for a little while and Gordon was like now. I'm winning. So there's that well in three three P. was big for Mike because the Pistons Head. I think I think the Pistons had actually Trademark did was looking for ways to market it. I think what was it was a Pat Riley who trademark day but the Pistons were looking because they were like worth repeating. We're GONNA do it. We'd be the first ones to do it so mice hoping was. I was reading for All you get done in the hold it over your heads. 'cause the Pistons was still fresh in his mind. Then I'll do it again. I'll play a little baseball ground. Let's do it again. Get your ducks in a row. And then we'll come back and do it again. Knocking ducks over. That's trademarking before you actually do it. As as a fan of a team who trademarks may or may not have trademark nineteen. No before that happened doesn't work out doesn't work out you know. Take Take the L on the trademark. Just win do it. Then come back fighting in court if someone else does it go. Yeah somebody. Somebody's on the rights. The nineteen. Yeah someone gets the at Dallas cowboys twitter account before you create one by either around underscore be. There's something there now. It's it's tough but I've been enjoying it. I big more than just ten episodes. They have to they're pulling they're pulling more content if they're smart explicit look the. Nbc's does not come back. Somebody's gotta be pulling all the ADS. Put something together. It may not be the last dance with something similar to because you got on the story lines that we want develop we WANNA learn more about these different things and they owe it to list because they always good basketball. They always stores. I just GONNA lead to now. Everybody's GonNa ten part documentary like listen. I like Klay Thompson a lot. I don't know how long this is going to be. This is going to be like a fourteen Klay Thompson. Chronicle bad player because Claes with hardly basketball. That'd be about like scaffolding basketball man betting Jerry curled Whiteman Active Addiction. So so here's the thing about that men result. We what I'm worried about. We get pitched on them all the time there are. There are dozens of player communities that are done players have been making them at companies will come to guys say L. will make a documentary on you and they make them in these sick There's no money in it and now guys like. Oh let's bring this back so I know I'm GonNa ring with. Hey agai documentary. I want you to help me push site breath. I'm not in business a bathroom injuries. Doing do please believe that there are dozens of them done and ready to be pushed out. And you'll see you'll probably see him on like independent networks now. Everyone's got their going Utah Gardens and no one wants to say yeah. I'll tell you right now. I'm GonNa tell you right now Aghanistan. Can you guess and got a documentary? It'd BE WORTH EVERY SECOND. I'd watch hours on three acts the gardens instill core. I mean not only is he from North Carolina so he had that history with Michael but he you know he coached and he's able to coach along Alongside some guys coach against Mike and so he's got stories like I'm getting stories from my costantly From gattison constantly. So we're actually putting him on Putting them online this this week to talk through some things on board You know saying you know I. I won't plug malls stuff too much but you know this week. We're going to have some Some some Authentic George Stories in Afghanistan tells them will be too much censoring are filtering there. So it's all good stuff in this job. I'm around guys all the time and I'm hearing stories that I wish that I could just publishing that people see you'll put your phone out. Just kinda record light hit. This is so bringing those two lighter. Amazing because you you know Mike touched on it but like beer beer fridges. In the locker rooms in and shit like that guys will get kicked out of games. Just the beer night. We have stories like that where we can figure also rushing..

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"rochelle" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"rochelle" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"You know what I? I think that I think drew mine. I think during minds a guy who Finds himself in a in a very awkward place in the game because he's playing with superstars and he's fighting for respecting attention because he does a lot of the important things? Moore's there that doesn't mean that you come for the greats you know. His with unrelenting doesn't see him as a great now doesn't see him as a quality player now that was with stop. Fighting Yard is sued game for you that nobody ever argued that about. Charles bore you get Charles Barkley. Could've contributed to the Moma Charles Charles constantly saying he just a triple single kills me. He's got nothing. Jerry mom can do to get into the things. Charles can do. That is because everyone looks goes. Well that the og over there he he said what he said. That the adrenals on trying to. I'm happy at played out this way because he tried to play rings verse like Individual Production and nobody went for which is the way it should be right like if you were doing both then of course. You're that gap that's very rare but if it's listen. I lost the best guy but I was scoring twenty five at night. You won the eight four and two like Oh. We'll say it'll a look those teens yet. You add to a team. That's already a contender You'RE GONNA win. Let's count the guys who never got rings. Who are just straight up amazing ball. You've got you know the Malone's the ewings Reggie Miller these yeah. These are amazing ballplayers. You don't use it you. Just don't use the rings analogy It it just doesn't work And again I said when it's all said and done. I hope people have a new respectful. Barkley in this documentary. Dan that yes some go like you know he was that okay. Excuse me I think I've seen a lot of that too. It's like Oh well. Pippen was everywhere yes. The second best player on ambient teams was very. Good Yeah Watch him though he he's the one fucking up the most like I'm going the other way on Pippin I'm sliding down the more we watch all court boil now encore to like that. The sons like he's just throwing passes right to Barclay was reading books now. He's not right guy every day on the retrial. Like eleven on fifteen shots Scottish coming. The next two episodes Oskanian. I actually don't know that Guiding was the second best player in team but still one of the top five players in the league and the best part about when Mike left to do his little baseball state You Know Scotty you know night. In night out was amazing. And you know he. He deserved the MVP absolutely deserved during those years. Yeah and just you know. It's it's fun to see him get his His accolades on the court for Mike. Like I'm watching this documentary. I'm seeing that. Mike is pushing him right by. The PROMOS is Michael Scottie. In so many different promos Michael his In the back of his mind he's like I need to make sure people know who sky was that that to me is something people are talking about what it really is. It's I'm picking up one and I'm like yeah. This is good. Make sure you've got to know Because even to this day they're not like Batman Robin Best of friends with that respect their Mike Michael knows who who got him what he would he had when he was with bulls may also knows who also took away from it so even though guys may not be his best friends he made at. WanNa add them you know in his close circle. I see him giving those Kudos to those players In showing them in the right light a mess around with Scott. Burrell all the time but I think he had a role respect for scope. Rail wasn't brought to the T. A. Rod Harper came to the Bulls towards the end of his career when he had knee surgeries. And that wasn't the old route harbor from the cavs but he respected appreciated with Ron did and so. I'm watching the documentary from that Lens of. Who is Mike taking care of? Who is mike making sure gets a good wrap here because this look as much say the NBA Entertainment. People put this together. This is Mike. Show for twenty years for reason he came in as I. We're going to this way so I hope this guy gets a little bit. More of a of a mentioned you know his his time. Chicago was was great for him. You know on the basketball court financially. Obviously he had his struggles with the with the upper with upper management but then he had a career beyond Chicago. He was one of the few guys who left. Chicago went to Houston for a stint but then in Portland. He was integral to that team by. I WanNa see them when a Championship Scotty. Fan and that team was great too so had good. Yeah a lot of the best one when this this whole thing was over so I hope they do more and give him more because he deserves it. I think that's kind of the wild like he wasn't you know Prime Pippen of course but he played like Hammas after that and if he comes back feel probably comes back into Phil comes back. Jordan comes back and REINSDORF was like Nah. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa with him during the Jordan. There's no way you'll come back if he's back. No Way Ron. I mean. The man's made slightly during these times. The thing that I look forward to the most deliveries. That's right. They were been every day. It's turned into Christmas pretty much. I've been getting all sorts of packages delivered food supporting local businesses. It's the best. They just leave it there. You don't get to see anyone anymore. You Open Your Front Door. Bang brand new box. Open it my recycling's through the roof. However I've been getting so many nice little trinkets. Some new sweatpants hats. Anything Food Pizza Pie however thing that's made me smile. The hardest the brightest throughout all of this is getting those quip replacement toothbrush heads and so new toothpaste. Because quip doesn't just. It's not just a toothbrush. You understand.

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"rochelle" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"rochelle" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"Take the good with the bad and let it run. Do they hate those old? Hate teams more than the old. Pacers teams? You know. It's it's about even it really is about even because the eastern conference was just brutal. You know you had you know fistfights in the physicality of the Eastern conference was was ever again every night and you had the rivalries and you had people who literally just didn't like each other and you you. There wasn't a game he would say the the Pacers in heater plant. I'm not watching that now. You see this because you know once they raise your bills head off you know. He's agitates combat. You know you got Jeff Van. Gundy swing a between the legs of Larry Johnson was. It was the Larry. Johnson said come on now night. We don't get that anymore. That was fun. You know you you take the good with the bad and Those story lines he become back straight up. Say what was the last good fighting the last time you let somebody first of all was last night to my wanted to fight. That's what I'm saying like for like a legitimate fight fight F. But even guys is GonNa fight is gonNA fight like it ain't GonNa be no for sure right and that's where it's like you just don't see that anymore but I'm is F- that was a big deal though Chris Paul Rondo. That was a huge deal because he's got farther than people expected to punches wrong. We don't see that I think it was was it. Lonzo ball head comment he was. I missed engaging bites his life on the way you know. And it's like we don't really. I thought we kinda get this somewhat manufactured rivalries because we don't have like a couple of years ago like clippers warriors. It's that was never. Robert Could Never GonNa win when it counted. That's not a rivalry. Close was a won't be the same anymore since a couple of guys left but there was a point there where Philly Boston was getting there like when Terry swinging it and be like mid Game Red Charlotte. Yeah now stay the same like six seven. Eight years Anymore right again maybe. That's a good thing. So that star players identity stuck with that team you know you. Don't Larry Bird is a celtic. You know I I saw. I saw a picture. Floating around of Patrick Ewing an Orlando Magic Jersey. In a mystery shops running with it. Tremendous you know so now. A Star Hall of fame player. We'll have five six different jerseys. It's tough to identify with that player in. It takes a swing at a guy one year next their teammates than you know two years later. They're both you know it's not like I'm I'm advocating for the NBA to be the NHL advice fighting every night. But you know an injury But you know make us WanNa Watch more than what we're watching. That was not good. I was GONNA say like the the ratings are down but I feel like the conversation hasn't like quelled at all like like I understand. They're going for ratings. That's how they monetize everything but I don't. It's not like I've Seen People. Just stop talking about basketball. Game is the game itself is as popular as it has been best everything around the game. That's fashion Branding social media. People tuning into people are watching. Twitter may are watching the Games so the game is successful licensing. Royalties all those things Roof the problem is good people to actually watch a game You know their fans out there that know more about you know players social media following what they're saying they're they're beefing all social media than what there stats are easy. It's real easy to do. Towns embiid earlier this season when Ben Simmons was joking that was the one that share but even in Simmons. Our friends like they get like the one thing. That's like crazy about that. I always went harder. And that's my friends than strangers even but it'll be a UGO harder against him but in the summer were both making forty million dollars on the same. Yeah I just can't hate you don't like I I don't have I can't do it. Doesn't Patrick Beverley definitely hates probably everyone but people hate Patrick. Beverley for reasons that have nothing to do with Martin but but we need more pad with these I mean. He makes on drama and he can't even possibly play against because they retired decades ago. I was like I think the one time we were kind of going to get a good robbery. It's like okay. Cavs warriors is going to be something in the warriors designed Kevin Durant. It's like that's not a robbery anymore. Saw that was really like the only is the closest like Burr Celtics Lakers obscene teen back and forth. And then one team the Lakers. Oh Boy Lakers just signed Michael Jordan. Larry Bird's celtics it. Yeah the the Cross conference revelries our top. That's why like everyone's saying it's like Pistons Bulls. They play like eight times a year and then they claim the playoffs or was it six zero and six that year the next he next. Pacers stuff like that. That's why yes celtics sixers would not like. I don't know who Lakers. Clippers will never really be a thing what was supposed to. I mean you know look. This year is going to be the best year we will. We actually saw like every everything. Come together and try to figure out if this is GONNA be You know in La Story You know time will tell people. Were hoping for that. We need that we need to. La Story to be the L. A. Story FOR YEARS TO COME. Because you're right when when durant went to golden state that really messed up a really evenly paired. You know six seven years of them just going back and forth then then you know like you say signed durant. It's like Oh man is this is this is a fearing. This is fun But you know the La Stories can be a good one because Brian is turned into a villain in people's eyes because he stacked up his team in the you know you know you get quiet those guys out there and it was funny. I actually saw Doc rivers today after the trade happened and he walked into a room full of coaches. He was his point. Here here Gach. I'm like yeah you there I I see something I appreciate you that So that was exciting that now now here we are. You know gains me. Creative people are fighting like crazy to get the games back and then people don't WanNa fight play Frustrated right now. The game became the something in that. I get these documentaries. That were doing all the media stuff is happening. It's important because we're we're dying for basketball. I watch it. I Would Watch globetrotter game key box score if I could. It's like it's just so is so dry and so in order little pieces we can pull together good for us. Do you think they play this? Do they finished the season? Every.

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"rochelle" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"rochelle" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Rochelle and it is sluggish there and recommends on the south side of fort worth on Rendon Crowley road west bound before you get up I. thirty five W. with KLIF right now traffic on the five side money good I'm meteorologist Brad Barton we're gonna have some outstanding weather today mostly sunny breezy and seventy one for the high winds out of the northeast ten to twenty loaner fifty four tonight now we are under a slight risk of severe weather pretty much all day tomorrow we expect around a fairly routine showers and storms tomorrow morning with the heaviest M. B. and south of I. twenty I will have a high near sixty six loner sixty two we have a better chance of severe weather tomorrow night through early Sunday morning they will dry out and get that seventy eight Sunday afternoon it's sixties tomorrow but seventy eight Sunday afternoon and they will turn windy and much cooler Monday and Tuesday with highs in the fifties and lows near forty I'm KLIF W. V. P. meteorologist Brad bird right now we have sunny skies sixty degrees it's eight Hey it's ME shut off during these uncertain times please understand that Benjamin Franklin plumbing will remain on duty even though we are under a shelter in place directive plumbers are considered part of an essential critical infrastructure workforce that's necessary to maintain the safety sanitation and health of the nation during these uncertain times Benjamin Franklin plumbing is offering its seventy nine dollar drain cleaning special remember a flush beats a full house and they will even bring you toilet paper with every single call now that's a deal and please don't be offended if they keep their distance the safety of your family and the Benjamin Franklin employees is their primary concern growing tree roots of one of the main causes for drain issue so call now for their seventy nine dollars drain cleaning special that includes a camera inspection and don't forget Benjamin Franklin plumbing is the punctual plumber they will pay you five dollars a minute for every even if they're late up to a three hundred dollar maximum because if there's any delay it's you they pay call Benjamin Franklin plumbing today eight six six the number for bed now that's eight six six the number four Ben now delayed here for Texas going experience you want to experience something new for you and your family then visit Texas got experience with its state of the art thirty five thousand square foot facility it's my home range enjoy firearms and one of the twenty six patients lanes with ranges of twenty five yards and fifty yards I support this local DFW family business that has been operating in the area for more than thirty five years visit their facility in grapevine or online at Texas gun experience dot com for inventory classes and hours Texas gun experience minutes from DFW airport helpful hardware folks at least we always have been and always will be committed to our local communities because we're here to help others so in this time of need your local place remains open and since we're in your neighborhood we can deliver.

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"rochelle" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

14:25 min | 2 years ago

"rochelle" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"The bags back on a roll on their red it's real good pass board I am a traveller episode six hundred and seventy six today the amateur traveler talks about muscles and u boats welcome to the amateur traveler I'm your host Chris Christianson let's talk about lower shell I'd like to welcome the show Jacob Kell who's a luxury travel advisor at facilitate luxury dot com and Jacob has come to talk to us about Laura Shell in France Jacob Oh come to the show thanks Chris I'm glad to be here in what's your connection with lower show well it goes way back I originally studied dare to learn French I spent semester studying at the University of La Rochelle and that's when I really got to learn the language learn the culture and then get to explore what still today one of my favorite cities excellent and can you put it on the map for people who are not familiar with the city Lara shells on the Bay Biscayne it's on the West goes to France it's about two hours from Bordeaux if you're familiar with Bordeaux and it's closer to Spain about an hour north of Beirut which is on the border with Spain so it's a beautiful coastal Atlantic town still some cold Atlantic water which will touch on later and I have to say that the first time I heard Laura Shell was probably in the movie the Three Musketeers or the former skit here is way back in the seventies or something like that is a town that the musketeers were besieging because it was a Protestant town in a Catholic country but why should someone go to La Rochelle today well I really like to recommend Larochelle first time visitors to France I think it's the perfect city to provide an authentic cultural experience inst- without some of the struggles that we might find elsewhere in France struggles hey I don't like to say struggles but France can be off putting or little intense first-timer the culture is rather closed off Harris is really what we're thinking about here yes okay Harris's to France as New York City is to us in terms of reputation excellent and what kind of I.. Terry would you woman for us and Laura Show you can really spend probably a week in and around La Rochelle there's lots to see lots to do and great cities and islands near why you can also spend some time in one of the itineraries I like to recommend is other flying into France or flying into niece and doing a long drive around the outer edges of France it's a beautiful way to see the country and Laura shells a highlight on the route that I recommend but it's particularly as part of Tin Ary it's best match with Bordeaux a Lotta people will want to go to Bordeaux the city for the history there and then of course the wine region and Laura Shell is perfectly situated as more calm getaway it does get busy in the summer season it's popular destination for French people and surrounding La Rochelle there's such places as Nantes for yield array grits all of these towns are in close proximity and make for excellent day trips or stops and part of a larger itinerary insolent let's go to that a little more detail where are we going to start we're GONNA start in La Rochelle itself ready do you want to start someplace else I would start in Bordeaux breath and we have done another show on borough just for those of you who are listening so if you want more detail Umberto than we're going to cover here I will refer you to a link to that which I'll put shuts and also in the lyrics of this episode so you're starting us in Bordeaux where a lot of people going anyway absolutely Bordeaux's obvious so easy to get to from Paris or elsewhere in France starting with Bordeaux obviously that's improved version of Paris for me it's a large city but it has this the same cultural diversity which is astounding but it's much more quiet it's astonishingly quiet I love Bordeaux says eighty but really my favorites village in terms of the wine experience which is what a lot of us are going to board o four he Saint Emmy on emme on is one of the most quaint small towns I've ever seen really romantic with the old stone streets and the buildings it's very tiny you can walk the whole thing and it's nothing but good food and boutiques with amazing wine and you mentioned the border was easy it to get to an astonishing. I'm wrong I believe there's a high-speed train from Paris to Bordeaux yeah the TGV runs from Paris aboard. Oh I think you can do it in two and a half hours or so so you could fly but it might even just be faster depending on whether you're coming from the airport that you flew into or from the the city itself too on a train absolutely excellent I often recommend the train at yet and they're very pleasant in France last time I was in France we took it all the way from now Normandy down into the southern part of France and so spent the whole day on the train but across the whole country so that wasn't a big deal absolutely and then once you're in Bordeaux you can easily take the train to La Rochelle and that's going to be more of a local train or TV together okay no no TGV then you get on it local trains at that point excellent and when we get to Laura Shell what are we going to do so Larochelle is loaded but it's easy to request it's a very walkable town the first highlights that you definitely GonNa see is the old harbour the old port this is surrounded by a street called K. dupree which is the road that runs along the poor there's a lot of restaurants faced two beautiful place to sit to eat people watch to look at the boats and this is the main area of law Rochelle and one of the biggest highlights consists of three towers and these were fortifications that date back we'll our show I think dates back to the twelfth century and these are a little bit later military fortifications the consists of three towers tour Saint Nikola towards the Lantern Tour de la Shan and these are conic of the city so when you see Laura Shell featured in publications are images this is this is what you see when you talk about this being all town a small harbour to I'm looking at an aerial picture of it in my impression I could walk around the whole harbor and well from one tower to the other in fifteen minutes or something like that that's spot on that area's really easy and one of the best parts once you're there there's two streets that everyone should know about it good for dining shopping the first one is called ru Saint John Perreault and so this is right off Katy Perry which is that main road I was talking about and when you walk back it's an alleyway and this is where you're gonNA find a lot of really really great restaurants one of my favorites is called Lake Hetzel little bit upscale it's well regarded in the city very nice food another one is la Fleur de sale on the same road these are excellent dining options Florida's sell the flower of the Salt Yes okay it was just trying to work out why someone would name it that but okay actually slurred to sell is a regional product okay well that answers my next question it's a very fine sea salt that's produced in the region okay well and speaking of regional what should we order winner in Rachelle I don't know anything about regional specialties in this particular part of France well my favorites oysters you gotta get some moisture really fresh water oil there's two main varieties the first being yield array coming from ill d'auray and ill their own which is another and were these famous oysters are harvested so a lot of the restaurants along the port you'll be able to get fresh officers they're absolutely delicious another other dish is muscles of course and there's a regional recipe for the Cheryl region which is where the region that the Russian L. as in it's called mood shell says and this is a cream white lines sauce those are two famous dishes when you talk about the being the region it's the modern department that Lara Scholla's in its from the ancient region of Aquitaine and was part of England for time during the plantation it's way back there in the twelfth century or so then the revolution happens and everything it's redivided up but okay we're not this is not a history podcast you just a travel by somebody who loves history okay anything else we're going to try while we're in lower show there's one specific fortified line I think you should try it's a very very local it's called Pino pin you it's really across between Cognac Brandy and wine okay it's still a wine but it's like a port they put additional alcohol in correct very sweet okay again like okay got it the other two things you should know is that in this region when we're very close to Cognac okay so if you're into Cognac this is definitely a good time to try it in addition to those cheese is one specifically it's called shabby shoe regionally produced goat cheese and butter is also a big deal here okay so big Gary region in general then and a will get a baguette or something like that for butter in traditional France fashions or something more specific in love Michelle even recommend where to go and enjoy the picnic does a couple of really beautiful spots in town to enjoy picnic or to just enjoy the scenery into take walk the I would be ally and this is a street that runs along the beach but it's a residential street and there's a lot of really beautiful old homes that line the road and there's a large arc in the middle of it it's a really great place to visit defined the Casino du Bel Air on one end next to the beach it's a very nice area to see the homes and then there's a very large pope are called the Puck Pal Shah is a big beautiful park for exercising strolling relaxing wonderful place to stop for a picnic you war too I saw that there was a siege of Rochelle okay got it so there's a unique history there and there's also museum worth checking out if you're into the war history and this is called the bunker Goulash it's on Rudy Dom and this was a bunker that was taken by is used by the Nazis and it sits beneath ray Tom so it's quite small when you're in there is now a museum but it has some of the best preserved frescoes yes in the city that had been sitting perfectly preserved for seventy years interesting so it's an interesting sight to see well and you talk about the World War Two history so Laura Shell being port city was used to house or harbor U-BOAT's whatever they correct term is there during World War Two the German submarines that go out and sink allied shipping and so it was finally liberated in May I wondered if that's where the May was coming from in ally it is at the end of allergy mind there's a small memorial if I remember correctly was going to say just as you were talking about the port being used a harbor by the Nazis g go a little bit north of the city to have to drive there it's a short distance it's still considered the Laura Shell there's The location where the Nazi u boats were stored I saw that that was still in existence that would be interesting for a history buff commit to see yeah excellent what else are you gonNA recommend we see in large shell itself in my opinion France does museums absolutely wonderfully I'm not a big Liam guy but there's a couple in La Rochelle that I do recommend that I very much enjoyed the first one is the Musee Nouveau Monde Museum of the New World Laura Shell had its boom of wealth during the triangular trade with a new world the triangular trade being the slave trade so slaves to molasses to rum with a new world who in the Caribbean then mostly in the Caribbean and a little bit in the southern United States there is a link between Laura Shell in Charleston and I live in Charleston. Okay what is the link between Laura Show in Charleston this the you have me very well and I think you touched on this earlier with the French Protestants.

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"rochelle" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies

Sex is Not For Sissies

08:58 min | 2 years ago

"rochelle" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies

"Should just jump up and do something Mega just start small small moves and work your way up to more yeah well. Thanks for that is just incredible because because we are seeing that more and more people are in challenged with flexibility word. I like to say is that win. A body is flexible right. The the mind can move easier the change being being able to adapt things whether it's physically mentally emotionally. I just feel like the bodies and expression Russian of how we then move through life so when things are tough in life if we've got a little more flexibility through the body there's a good chance we might be able to move a little bit easier through it so let's look at some of the the the major areas that need that generally. I see that need to be stretched. The first one that it comes up for me is the are the hamstrings and that's the back of the CY so if you're if you lay down on your bed or the floor bend bend the left leg ben both legs so the flat on the floor. Take the right leg up to the ceiling and you can either hold onto it or put a towel or a strap around the foot and gently stretch and you should feel the stretch on the back of the right. I so I just stayed there and breathe each. Wi- breathe for five breath inhale L. XL one inhale exhale two three four and five to the right leg and then the left leg. That's the hamstrings and those tend to get a little tight and which which which can also be pulling on the lower back as well another one that I think is really important is the the front of the chest muscles again we talk about how that can can be contracted forward right so standing in a doorway where the door frame is in front of you you placing one the hand on each side of the door frame and just gently slide the arms up the door frame so you're standing in what I call it like a High v with the arms and just reaching the arms up there but working with the door frame should help to open the chest muscles a bit and just stretched that open and help with the posture that one's really important and then lastly. I'd say are the hips so I think I can just. Let's describe it like this turning sideways sideways placing your left hand on the wall so your body is perpendicular to the wall right by the left hand on the wall gently place your right foot in front of the left like you're walking on a tight rope so you have your right foot in front of the left. If you're on a tight rope and I it got muffled because I was doing the exercise reach your right arm up to the the ceiling inside stretched the right arm toward the wall and you should feel a stretch down outside the less excuse me the right side the body all the way from under the armpit down through the hip and on the outer side of the Lego the right leg and just see there and take five breaths and that kind of opens the outside of the body and into the hip a little bit come back to center and entered in face the other side so in the other side the right hand is on the wall left-foot is slightly in front like tight rope left arm comes up nice and high side stretch toward the wall and feel the whole left side of the body opening from underneath the armpit across the left hip down the outside the left thigh five breath. Come back to the center and relax the arm down. Yes I have been doing that right along with you. They stopped you yes I. It's just such a great body opener that that that just feels really really nice so I know the one thing I wanted to say is just re emphasized. Is that when you are doing being this stretching and moving differently from what you're accustomed to doing. The goal is not to get too pain ever. It is just to feel some little discomfort. Never pain pain is a sign of injury in doing something new like this so you just want to move to like okay. That's as far as I can go then move a couple centimeters more inches more just centimeters and day after day after day work yourself into more so that you don't discourage yourself if you injure yourself then you you think well there's no point. I'm worse off right exactly like you said that beautifully vowed I would say just go to the edge of the STREIT's just right at the end of the stretch the very that stretch and just breathe from there on your right doing this a few times over and over just a little bit each day again helps the body in the muscles to move with much more fluidity and ease of ease of joint movement and either flow of the body. What is one of the greatest challenges ages you have with women in getting them to believe that they can do these things and they can change the way that her body moves in the energy this coming from them mm-hmm and their ability to deal with stress because they're more fluid so I think in part one what we discussed was just trust with the body you know to be able to trust your body and depending on the relationship one has with her body is how that will be begin into happen again and it could be as simple as the body being able to breather could be as simple as the body moved differently today but but to have an awareness. Nisa of the trust with the body because I feel like very often women feel betrayed by their bodies or their body didn't do what they wanted to do. It didn't lose the weight. I didn't stay young. It didn't stay pretty has gray hair. Whatever all these other things are where it's actually the natural process of the body so it's it's really thing in with a level of trust that might be something very small like oh. My fingernails grew this week you know and say like I'll thank you body that very small to have these sweet introductions deductions and and and build this relationship of trust again with the body and maybe it's just that always breathing today. You know in in how what what does that that feel like in my body. Can I do that with the with the long so they are the moving well for me today. Breezy fifteen to twenty breath this past minute so you know so those types of I think about building a the trust again with your body just noticing the things that are working with the things that you just take great joy in about your body body right well well. I know that when ever I see you and whenever I see what you're doing with women and I'm always so excited because in my life as a nurse I've seen too many people who believe that they don't have have the ability to do these things to be mobile in the beat vital into be fit in you are the epitome of that and you let every person person around you know that they have that capacity and I thank you so much for helping us to think about that again today. Oh you're very welcome and I I really appreciate the opportunity to speak with you as a nurse especially to be able to connect into to really believe in people can make this connection with their bodies and and come to a place of fluidity within their body now if people want to follow you get more information or see what it is. You're doing or be able to come to one of your retreats which is such a treat in it so then how will a connect with you. My website is Rochelle Rice Dot Com. You can email me. Rochelle at Rochelle Rice Dot Com and you can also follow me on facebook or twitter later at Rochelle Rice twelve. Oh that is wonderful and Russia. I just WANNA say once again that I so appreciate the fact that you are reminding us how beautiful it is to be flexible and how flexibility is beauty and I appreciate all the doing. Thank you once again for being on the show. Thank you great to join you again. Thank you very much. Thank you and for those of you out there who listening if you have any difficulty at all getting in in touch with Rochelle or you WanNa follow her and you just are having some problems with the key strokes than.

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"rochelle" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies

Sex is Not For Sissies

15:07 min | 2 years ago

"rochelle" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies

"Sex is not for sissies radio. I'm your host valve four always a pleasure to be here today and I have the extreme joy of having Rochelle Rice with me. Rochelle Rice is just an amazing woman who is always doing things to make the world better in to make all of us better today. We're going to talk about loving the one you're with. That's your body and we're talking about. Two with Rochelle. Rochelle is a nationally recognized speaker author educator. She is the first woman in the world to hold both these certified speaking professional designation from the National Speakers Association and be accredited speaker designation from toastmasters Masters International Rochelle's passion for movement and Anatomy comes from her life as a former professional jazz dancer she resides in New New York City and she's here today to motivate us to love the one your with your body. Welcome Rochelle. Thank all all the great to be here again. It's always a pleasure. I know that when I watching move I can see the dancer in you. There's just something about a person and who was spent their whole life moving gracefully n that elongated way you have with your posture is just it's amazing so let's talk about how we can love the one we're with yeah fantastic and thank you so much for that. I find such such joy in watching people move their bodies and then being able to help them maximize not necessarily because you're at the gym and losing weight but really a be able to maximize their lengthened their strength and the posture of the body there. Yes and I know that your person who really works put people where they are that so many women et will people in general but women in particular are afraid of getting started because they've been ain't gonNA too fat to be moving or I'm too big to do this or I'm t- inflexible but you just say start where you are and get to where you wanna be yes exactly and I think one of the things I think is most important as for people to understand and be familiar with their muscles bones and internal organs and I say this because I find a lot of people might be more familiar with how the car or their iphone operates more than the industry and how their own body works and functions so I I find that fascinating that this beautiful body that we walk around with and with us all the time we may not be as connected or educated or aware era of it as as possible and yeah I find that too because as a nurse there are people who as a matter of fact today a young man asked me what does blood pressure main and how does blood pressure were. He was a guy who was about one hundred pounds overweight was a little a little worried about his blood pressure and while we talked about the numbers and I realized he didn't even understand what that was so. It's always interesting interesting to me. The things that we don't know about as you say our body in the only one we're going to have yeah the you know. Most people have had their last. I am Adamy classes. Perhaps or junior high or high school even so now time goes by and the body may be feeling differently and need different things and I think some of the benefits of this connection next into the body aren't just all about the health but also a sense of of more confidence in knowing from the inside and also in the long what it saves it saves money and can actually help you make more money depending on how you're treating the body save money in terms of being to identify. If there's if there's a problem with the body in terms of making more money keeping you healthier more vibrant for a longer period of time. Yes that's absolutely true. I see people who who are especially those over sixty who think that it's normal for them to slow down as normal to have joint pain is normal mall to be inflexible but none of that is true absolutely in fact. I just was with someone today who was having a lower extremity so on the it it was actually on the side of her shin. Let's say for people who are listening and she was able to describe the muscles so well. which is what we're we're exactly? The problem was that was just it's a few simple physical but what happened was it had affected almost her whole body because that area hurt standing up and sitting down almost the whole body was affected acted but just a couple of small movements almost like in a physical therapy and suddenly the whole body was like okay. I've got the faith and I've got the trust and I've got the confidence again and that just because one muscles down doesn't mean the whole body falls apart and this is one of the greatest challenges I think for people to is that when there's one challenge in the body or like one muscle Salaam one group of muscles is having trouble the whole body can be affected but it doesn't have to be affected and so I think that having an awareness uh-huh muscles that are super important in the body helps us stand and continue to move better through life if you had to point the people who are listening in to the things most important for keeping themselves able to get up and down from a chair and use things like that guy see people who haven't difficult to get NEP announced steps and up and down from chair in the more it hurts them the less they move which means the more hurts them unless they moved right right exactly clearly yes so one of the things I think that's most key is for people to keep moving into understanding and and you know this understanding is a pain because I have an injury or is the pain because I haven't moved so it's a very it's two completely different things and then I think one of the other things to be very aware of what muscles are super important especially for women to be aware of so the two two in particular that I love women to pay attention to which is the muscles on the back of the head on in the back of the neck so then they can draw their chin back horizontally right by pulling the Chin back if they're looking in the mirror pulling the chin back horizontally monthly almost like making a is going to maybe look like a double. Chin brings the head back on top of the spine and doesn't have that cranes forward you you know as if you were kind of an older look or looking at your cell phone all the time so always working the head to bring it back on top of the spine and then the other muscles that I think are super important of the muscle between the shoulder blades and those are the with Iran Boyd's. What's great about it and you could feel those just by you can pull the shoulder blades back together or porch your hands on the sides of your body and then pull your elbows back behind you so one hand on each side of the body and then pull your elbows back and you should feel those shoulder blades come together and that helps to strengthen the wrong boys and helped to lift the posture up a little bit more also the head coming back those muscles working differently and the shoulder the muscles between the shoulder blades the Ron boys working now the body standing much taller and much more la confident from the inside out not just because someone said you look good but more that the muscles are doing the work for the body well? You've made some really important points because because I've heard many physical therapists really beat. Mon The fact that as we are a cell phone culture where constantly holding our head down looking at the screen green and you see a lot more people who are looking like they're looking down on the ground instead of looking forward because a train themselves and that the movement you talked about with pooling your chance straight back when I tried to just now I was like okay. I can feel the rest there. I need to do a better job of either holding my phone up in front of me. Were practising net movement so I really work in strengthen those muscles will Yasim hasn't and so the muscle's they're important and then we also talk about what are the bones especially in a place where that that forward posture from sitting at the desk for long periods of time mm-hmm or being head over on the cellphone. The body tends to start to fold forward a little bit and what happens is on that one especially. It's almost as if the ribcage begins to sit on top of the pelvis what I mean by that is there's not that space in the body for internal organs around the abdomen area to the bones wants to be aware of I feel the bones beware of more the again the SCAPULA which of the shoulder blades and we can work those a little bit more with that previous activity we did the elbows pulling back together but then also to just reach the arms up by the ears so stretching up and that'll help to lift the ribcage age when I say lift through cage off the pelvis not meaning on it but help to give more space through the sides of the body through the abdomen by helping to stretch. It's the muscles up there for a lifting the ribcage up a little bit more in giving more space and breath again working the technique so the confidence is being built from the inside out not not someone standing up saying that's a pretty dress and you kinda stand up and look good the more from inside the anatomy starting to work and be activated with breath and stretch stretch so that there's a technically inside for the confidence. Oh and S so important because I know anytime I've had to interview people will when they walk into the door slumped over order head bent down and I immediately wonder if they are. You're able to do what it is. I am interviewing them for main. Are they going to be the person who can make phone calls for me or be the one who's greeting people at the door or or helping me to organize a conference if they're looking like they're not confident in it might just be poor pasture more than a mindset. They seem to go together. Oh my gosh absolutely the body. This is this is just to me. Super exciting that the body has two hundred six BOHM's right. We have a central nervous system. That's long enough to go around the earth twice and we have these amazing internal organs at work for us no matter what we do and having an awareness of all of this not only puts us in our bodies but gives off that feeling of confidence and and strength thrown from the inside and this to me of the things that when we're looking out some one it's the vibrational sensation of each cell kind of coming alive which I I just find obviously very exciting. I love that I love it so much so it's it's looking at all of those. Get let me just talk about. Let's talk talk about the pelvis a little bit as partout the Puvis me is fascinating because a lot of the movement especially when I was you know in in dance classes this. This is your strength. This is your stability. This is where the movement comes from in a sense but a Lotta Times with the week of domino muscles the pelvis what we say tip forward or I call it spill out where there's there's no lift up in the front of the abdomen or pelvis tipped forward which can put in a a lot of pressure into the lower back and now he put a woman in heels. We're also tipping the pelvis more forward and possibly a little more discomfort in the lower back doc though I'm not saying not with high heeled but you do have to lift the naval what I try to sell women's pole the naval up in in towards your spine and I it quaint this. If you had spanked on the except the muscles do the work not the spanks for you so pulling your navel up in in towards with your back. I told your spine so is a way to just get yourself a little bit of lift through the front of the body and release decrease some of the pressure in the lower back got it also adds to the overall posture the body and the confidence once again well yeah. I've seen plenty the people who seemed to have lost that middle part as you say that whole re of cage to kill was the two are one and so you're saying that if they're standing so let's just imagine we're standing flat-footed and we're trying to get that naval pullback to the spine. Is there any trick for people who are trying to visualize what you mean. Believe it or not. It's not a trick per. Say One thing that might help. It's kind of The spanks is like the best visual Zeeshan but just placing even your finger on your navel and just gently pushing it back. You can feel the muscles work. It may not feel strong in the beginning because possibly possibly you haven't used them but don't lose faith in this because it's not a size issue. It's just a connection to the muscles. It doesn't matter what size you are still up in now. If there's someone who has a little bit more visualization or or or has a better sense of this we can go from the pubic bone liftings up towards the naval if that helps as if you were giving up your pants those kind of a feeling lifting up zipping up pants can also work well knowing that the abdominals connect to the pubic bone. I should say this what we call the six pack right connected there so it goes that low and lifts up towards the naval so yeah so that was a spanks or zipping up your pants zipping a pair of pants no again no matter the size use those visuals to help you get a sense of that connection to the deep part of the of the abdomen right. Now I see a lot of people who are pretty inflexible inflexible as they get older and I think part of it is that they weren't taught that flexibility was that important as they were coming along that might have been the might have been taught about the cardiovascular part where you're doing aerobics. They may have been taught about strength but flexibility seems to be left out and that's what I can see in you that flexibility that that ability to flow more than lumber along India have any tips for how people especially those who might be in their forties fifties sixties who have not been thinking about flexibility have not been working towards flexibility can gently start the process and I want to emphasize that no one.

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