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"ryan hall" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

03:08 min | 5 months ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

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"ryan hall" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

04:19 min | 5 months ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"Good workout in such a short amount of time. So my buddy's super into it and he's really good. I'm just learning. Like, I haven't even learned how to row properly yet. But I still just jump on there and have fun. But we're going to take it to the top of this 13,000 foot mountain and crested Butte. You can take it apart and we're going to carry it out there. And then we're going to have row 5000 meters for time up there and see what we can do. But, you know, just crazy stuff like that. A whole machine, carry it with you, put it back together, row 5000 meters, and then come back down. I love it. Out of the box ideas for sure. And how much running are you doing? So I know people are would love to see Ryan Hall back on the race course. Are you going to be are you going to be racing some 5 ks or this is just for training purposes? No. The only, this is so cool to you. Because the only reason why I used to run was for performance to run fast, right? Now, the only reason why I run is so that I can go out into the forest and bury myself far out there and just enjoy being out there in nature, you know? Fun transportation experience like forest experience, you know. It's just purely for the fun of it. That's it. So it's kind of cool to have that shift in experiencing because it's not like the performance thing is wrong, right? Like we have run free training we're open athletes go after their goals and stuff. And that's cool, but you also got really enjoyed. That was something my dad told me that I always remember throughout my entire career. When I was feeling super nervous before a race, I'd be like, here I am. It's supposed to be fun. Yeah. You're right..

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"ryan hall" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

05:29 min | 5 months ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"So after I get off with you guys, I'll go do the first part of my weights and then she'll join me for the second half and it's been super fun to like get her in there as well. So I mean, you can pull your kids into things you want to do. I love it as a parent when we find things that we are all actually having fun doing, you know? Sometimes it's like, yeah, you do things for your kids. You're not really enjoying it, but they're having such a good time. You just do it anyways. And that's cool and has its place, but I love the moments where it's like, actually everyone here is really enjoying this and having fun. And those are the best. You know, as a family. Well, speaking of moments, you just mentioned, you know, the girls walking around two grocery store with the plastic bags on their head. It's just like funny things like that. But do you have any standout moments where you're just like bursting your hearts bursting with pride for these girls? Yeah, for sure. And like kind of all on their own different vein like Jasmine, she's super into acting. And I remember watching her act and I'd never seen her practice because I don't go to her practices and she was acting and I was like, wow, she's really good. And she's like singing and stuff. And yeah, so you have that moment of like being super proud. And then obviously you know watching my older girls with the running, seeing how far they've come, how much they've approved, get pretty emotional. Sometimes I watch them run. And then just little moments too, you know, where you just sit there and look at someone and you're just like, I just really appreciate them and love them. And that's enough. You know, they don't have to do anything to earn that too. So yeah. I also, I'm a sports mom, just like you're like a sports dad, Ryan, and I have a kid that's very into acting, and I call him rehearsals as well..

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"ryan hall" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

04:55 min | 5 months ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"Well, so are there any moments, I mean, so you just talked about, you know, becoming an insta dad and insta family. I mean, are there any moments from the early days that you can look back on now and kind of laugh and think, oh my gosh, like what were we doing? What was I doing? I had no clue. I mean, I'm sure there's been lots of those moments where I've made some funny mistakes. But I mean, most of the stuff that I think back on is just like their silliness, you know? Yeah. Like I think the first time we took him to the grocery store, you know those bags you get to get like apples or produce. Yeah. They took those out and they put them on their head and they were like walking around the store. There was just kind of like lots of fun moments like that of them like being introduced to our culture, like the first time they hopped in an elevator and it just started moving. I mean, could you imagine I couldn't tell them what was about to happen? Because I knew a little bit of amharic, but not very much. And so all of a sudden, we walk in this room, we press this button, and then the move, the rim starts moving. Like if you don't know it's coming, that's kind of crazy, you know? So there's been lots of kind of fun moments like that. Yeah. Have you held on to a lot to their Ethiopian culture? Do you still eat their food and really how have you kind of assimilated their culture? Yeah. For sure. So, I mean, we have a house over there. They've been back a number of times since we adopted them. Definitely the food, the foods, the easiest thing to assimilate. I love the food. It's super hard to make, though. Like this in jara's flatbread, I don't know. Have you guys had Ethiopian food? I have never made it..

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"ryan hall" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

05:01 min | 5 months ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"And I don't know how we started talking about something like kids and stuff, but somehow we got on the topic. And she's like, yeah, I've always wanted to adopt. I drew myself with all these different adopted kids, like when I was a little girl and stuff. So the reason I like to start with that is because it's cool to see how your heart for adoption. It can be just like in you like Sarah from the very beginning and she just always wanted to. But it can also be a growing thing, like me. I had zero grid for it. Like that was the first time I even saw it about potentially adopt. It was when we were having that dinner, you know? And it wasn't just like a one time thing. We're like, oh yeah, I could do that. And then you just go for it. That was ten, 12 years later. When we ended up actually adopting us, it was a process for me to kind of grow into it a little bit more, but the cool thing about adoption is you have to so aggressively go after your kids. They call it being paper pregnant. And it's really like that. But I was so on it. I like every single time I got to the next step because you kind of have to do one thing before you can do another thing. I would get that next step and I'd be on it that day moving on. You know, because I knew every day I delayed my kids were sitting in the orphanage. So we decided we wanted to adopt, we were going to adopt just an infant girl. It was the plan to start off like normal people too. But we were on this wait list in Ethiopia and we fell in love with Ethiopia. I love the people, the culture. And we're just like, man, we feel so connected to this people group..

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"ryan hall" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

05:44 min | 5 months ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"It's hard to get into because no one feels like that at the beginning, you know? Totally. Yeah. All right, and wait, you left out the dogs. How many dogs do you have and what other names? Yeah, so we have three dogs. We have Kai and dash in mita. So we just added me to a couple of years back and she's super fun. But yeah, we have a whole pack of Siberian huskies. Whenever anyone goes to our House, they get greeted by a bunch of siberians. Which one is the boy, Kai? Dash. Dash dash, I'm sorry. Okay, yeah. Very good. All right. And just catch us up on Sarah too. So she's prepping for the world championships, marathon, this summer in Oregon, so how involved are you with her day to day? Yeah, yeah, we're super stoked and world championships in the U.S.. It feels like it's in our backyard, you know? And actually, you know, most of the time you're running world champs, you're guaranteed it's going to be a hot race, right? It's in the summertime. It's usually in a warm location. They usually run it at like ten or 11 a.m., I don't know why. It's for the TV cameras. It's not for the athletes, you know? But in Eugene, they're starting at 6 15 a.m.. So, you know, you never know what kind of weather you're getting Eugene, but it has the potential to actually be a pretty quick race. The course is fairly flat and fast. I mean, it's like 8 mile loops that they do. A number of times and then out on a little bit. So yeah, we're prepping super hard. She's right in the middle of it. I just dropped her off at the airport this morning. She's heading out to New York where she's going to try to defend her title in the mini ten K so she's stoked on that. That's on Saturday. So we're backing down training slightly for that right now, but I mean, in terms of my involvement in her training, I wear a whole bunch of different hats. So I go to all of her workouts. I bike with her in front of her, play music for, give her fluids. Some kind of like coaching slash water boy slash DJ. So I do that for all of her workouts. I try to join her for as many of her easy rounds as possible as well. Sometimes I'll run with her up and run in a little bit more. So up here in crested Butte, it's hard not to run. So yeah, it's just stunning. It's unreal. So I'll hop in a couple rounds with their own or easy days. And then also doing some massage work. I was giving her a massage last night before bed. Working on the therapy end of things too. And then just trying to offload her as much as possible. I know there's no way I could run at the level. She's running at with adding four kids to the family all at one time, like she did, you know? So I do try to help her with that as much as possible, run the errands, drive the kids all around, try to give her some time where she can just feel like a professional athlete and be home and not necessarily having to do anything. So it's a full full-time job, you know, and I retired. I don't feel like I retired. I feel like I started working. I think you stuffed up in your responsibilities. Yeah. Well, and what about your girl? So you talked a little bit about getting younger kids running a little bit ago, but Hannah and Mia, did you like, what's in your involvement in their running? Did you coach them in high school?.

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"ryan hall" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

05:10 min | 5 months ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"I mean, those were the kind of the two things that I played that he would come and watch and just thought that I'd hung the moon or it could be Venus's Rena when in fact I was losing at third doubles. You know, in my high school match, but anyway, but yeah, so that was great. And then I have my stepdad John. They're both both my dad's. Her name John, so I have two Johns, and John Pearson, my stepdad. Also, while he always wanted, he was a big basketball player, and a basketball coach. And he always was giving me a hard time with love about that I should be play basketball. He coached like a 7th and 8th grade middle school team and would get me out, you know, during the halftime and get me to shoot and he's like, Jimmy, you got a gift. You've got a gift, and I'm like, no, no, I don't. You don't want to play basketball. I don't want people in my face. I don't want people, you know, elbowing me, whatever. So yeah, it's always just nice to have a parent. Now, I like a parent that cares, but isn't over involved. And luckily, we get to talk to one today, which is going to be great. So you want to tell us about who we get to talk to? Yeah, so we may be all about mom power around here at another mother runner. But that's not to say we don't appreciate all of the dads out there, too. So in honor of Father's Day, this month we're bringing on one totally hands on and downright impressive dad. None other than Ryan Hall. Yes, the Ryan Hall, you know, the American record holder and a half marathon, the sub two O 5 marathon runner, the first U.S. runner to break the one hour barrier and the half marathon. Since he retired in 2016 at the age of 33, Ryan has become quite the Uber dad and husband. And today we'll hear all about his somewhat unconventional life now supporting all of his and girl. All of his girls, which includes in coaching his wife, Sarah hall, who is one of the best American distance runners in the history of the sport, and their four daughters. So that's right, Ryan is a lone male in the hall household. Ryan, you might have to correct us. I think all of your dogs are even girls too. We do have one boy dog. Okay. Yeah, there's a lot of females in there. In your house. So many of you might be familiar with Sarah and Ryan's journey as parents, which began when they adopted four girls four sisters, we should say from Ethiopian 2015. And we'll have a chance to hear all about that from Ryan, as well as get to his day to day, which also involves a pretty intense training schedule of his own. So welcome, Ryan. First of all, congrats on joining an exclusive, small and mighty club of male guests on the other mother runner podcast. We're so glad to have you here. Thanks for having me, guys. I'm stoked to be on the show. Yeah, so Ryan catches up on life lately as a dad. It seems like you always have so much going on with your daughters, activities with Sarah's career as a pro runner. We're sure it's very hard to balance and keep track of. So let's just start with the names of your daughters. There are ages and what they're into right now. Yeah, so Hana is our oldest. She's 17..

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"ryan hall" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

Another Mother Runner

04:08 min | 5 months ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on Another Mother Runner

"Welcome to AMR trains, a podcast about training and racing and endurance sports. I'm Demi McDowell cofounder of another mother runner. And I'm Sarah Watson Flynn. I'm happy to be back with you, Demi. I know I'm glad to be reunited. It feels so good. And this podcast is coming out two days after the official Father's Day. But you catch the pro runners like Ryan Hall or the pro dads, I guess, celeb pro runners. When you can get them. But I wanted to take a moment because you recently put up a post about your dad and how he got you running. I think you put it up for national runners day. And I want you to tell that story and kind of talk about how he inspired you, how he got you running. That was sure. Well, my dad is a Brooklyn boy born and raised and never did any kind of running. He always jokes that he was a professional stick ball player. So he played in the streets and you know, he's always into ball sports and had four girls, and we were like, you know, entertained him with the idea of maybe we would play basketball and softball, but never really good. And then I have three older sisters and two of them got into running..

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"ryan hall" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

02:05 min | 9 months ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Brought Ryan Hall wig and jet or be screaming at him to train harder and stuff. But what was it like there? 'cause St. Louis and a bunch of guys trained there in the summers, right? Yeah, I didn't realize. I remember this guy's this kids go. And they lived like maybe 5 miles from them. I lived in Norman. And they lived in monkey school. So I was like, okay, what should I do? Okay, let me dress up. So I put all my gear. And they drive to their house. And I realized they have a huge hundred acre property, you know, and I drive into this ring, which is like almost the same size as any practice ring. They have, and they see me coming out. What the hell is wrong with this guy? But he was a fun, you know, Nelson belts, he let practice, I think a lot of hockey players, especially from northeast, went to system and practiced their escape, have fun, and the family was very good to me and to a lot of people. Darius, I don't know if you follow all this analytics stuff. It's all the talk nowadays. Do you follow any of it? Do you understand that it would do you care about it? Is it too much of a fact that nowadays? Honestly, I don't follow anything like that. Because I don't even know. My state's yet, you know, I don't know. They ask me what number I was like, can you just take a sharp? I don't really go into details like that. I try to simplify my life. You know what I'm saying? Even especially a game of hockey, you know, you put the states on, and you go play. I think there's no analytics attitude of the players and sacrifice. You know what I'm saying? So I don't really follow that. Great point. I guess you had, like I said, a 14 year career. How do you think you'll remember as an NHL player, what your legacy in the league that you think you left? One thing my home team is probably thinking there's a hard nose, hard dashing, hockey player, and if you ask other whatever 20 16s probably asshole, dirty player, you know, I.

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"ryan hall" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"We're just talking to tommy bailey. tommy runs. Who was on the podcast a few weeks ago. This wasn't on the episode. But we were talking outside of that about the He was saying that The best way that a brand can support from underrepresented communities is to invest in that businesses. Invest in that creates about. Let's invest in the things that they are working towards And so i would love to hit like if you if that's the same way that you'd look this with truck smith allowing people to really have a chance have the opportunity to really see what they can with some support and yet what. What track smith giving you. This opportunity has meant to. You may not think. I erased by that in that day. Out here supporting. What what we wanna do what artists are trying to do. As opposed opposed to trying to control control a lot of times when people get involved with grants is like your getting out or with that and in in in this. Donald ship is more like tracks. Smith is getting on board with our men. And i think that that's the thing i think that. That's that that being the seed that i wasn't even i felt like i wasn't even really turned into efforts because expectation is that you're gonna kit on board aircraft but just as dot this whole year green fellows at seeing how supportive they are in how they they have just created a space and a support for us to do is a beautiful thing. It also took some time to get a new so be not used to that type of experience but i think that's a blueprint for how brands should be working with communities just communities general. I mean we're we're super grateful. Honored to be the recipients of the fellowship especially the first years that you know that it's happening and also to be you know hip hop music artists. Because i think for us to be the only hip hop project. That was selected is also huge. Because it's you know it's big for new york city it's fixing all of us in our communities and it's just big for the culture so if also pressure in our sense for me because i want to dwell by this situation right like the project and building it up going towards the new york city marathon. So we're working on music Contents together so expect some really really cool stuff happening But i think that that that adds to it is like it's we don't have a label. We don't have traditional stuff behind us. It's me and rush the do everything behind the scenes and make our music are going communities like we handle everything and so to have a team of people that are behind the scene saying okay. What do you need. And it's not just the finances the actual energy and support who would of the connections. What are the networking. What are the what are the resources this is the thing could use. Try this those are the things on the the steps that you can use to level up. And that's what we need more visibility to what we're doing you know a lot of times. You know good good. Things don't travel as fast as bad news right like bad news. Everybody knows that something happened and immediately right twitter. Everybody rumson the bad news but imagine if good news erupted in that way. Wow there's good things happening here and like how the poverty could explode so it's also china. See an experiment really can music and can run. Running can can hip hop and all this coexists can all come together. It's something really ready for the community. I don't i haven't seen any other hip hop something like this. And i think that is also part of what makes it dynamic is willing to trial a winning. Say yes we wouldn't just jumped and see what happens and you know. We're just grateful for this opportunity. You know for for big pond and the beat nuts and it's not. They didn't have an opportunity like this to say let. Let's go around. That are way you know if they had to do different things so super grateful for this opportunity for sure. I mean installed that i think is always a risk involved in in people. You know no no the culture. Anyway that you're going to support this. I think we both sides you. Okay how does this stuff actually come together like we. We embody every day new. Lives this right. So we live in the rapid and abroad an audit and fitness. Right before them on the trackside they might not have you know. They don't know so they taking a risk to get involved with us where we take interesting along with that and it's just a exercise trust and belief and faith that everybody is on debt in an so far everybody has been in it. I think that's really a beautiful day. I think it comes to the core of the world runners. You like the fact that we're not we're not like it's not a gimmick Patio like we actually will pull up on you. We will run with you. We will run out in these streets. We have run marathons run five. So it's not like it's like oh we're hip hop artist and you have a music and we were like it's like a emit to sell. It's like no. This is actually who we are. Come come with a come on this journey on this side of as i think that that's also what makes it special and why they invested in us because they know that we all we say we are you know they mean a point being genuine and having integrity and when you have those two things it's easier to trust somebody that's genuine has integrity z. Trans yup being real with people. I mean. say about the our dog's like you'll after you've got a marathon so just broken down me real. And that's the meat is one of the beauties of running general recite when it when it breaks you down to your most wars for ryan hall. You connect with people at that moment. You build people at that moment and you get to see the people really are and so you know that. That's s we. Strive all the time like you know. They say keeping rossana cliche nowadays. We're trying to keep the real as much as possible at real would ourselves with the world around us all grow a trust with the running community you know is all real and we stop for reality. The bad everything. In between i love that i love faith view and being running for real. You're absolutely right in the right place of what you just said. Oh god i got the trademark quote. I did read. I definitely think that would have been snapped up by now so you tell the listeners. Just to finish up got some new tracks coming out doing some showers. Obviously a lot of these are going to be in the new york area but If someone can make it. Or if they can't is there a way they can follow along With what you're up to in the for the rest of the year..

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"ryan hall" Discussed on The Maeve Ferguson Podcast

The Maeve Ferguson Podcast

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on The Maeve Ferguson Podcast

"Hey you're listening to me ferguson. Podcast on welcome welcome. I hope you're really really brilliant today. Essentially what i wanted to talk about today is finding your tree purpose. So if you are the person who's not really sure yet who you can help with what. You're not really sure what it is. She should be doing with your life. You're maybe in a job where you feel stuck. But the money's good and you've no clue what you could do instead you don't really have a passion for what you're currently doing but you're on a loss as too high to pivot and change things so the first thing i want you to do and this might signed so basic and so simple but this is where the work is and this is where you'll realize have aha moment. After our ha moment i wanted to write dine all of the skills and experiences that you had because if you look back to your childhood if you look even the things that you did one three during your teenage years your work years your university years if you want to college your parenting years. If you're a parent all of the different skills on experiences that you have that you may take us very normal for the ordinary anew. Maybe have the assumption that everybody can do that. Everybody knows that this is maybe where you are wrong to say for example in what i do so i help. Experts moved from overwhelmed expert to see on fire by scaling on filling their own line programs. Leveraging delegation automation on funnels. So for me. What i do is to me. It feels very very simple. I love all of that kind of stuff. I love showing people hired to get clients on demand. I love showing people haida setup all the tack on automate everything and allow their business to rome itself and have a team and everything doing all of the work for them but for a lot of people thought isn't common sense isn't common knowledge so for you for example what skills and experienced a you have that you maybe take for granted that all their people would love to know how to do that. I give you an example. Maybe you're able to lose. We had very easily. Maybe you're able to get fed very easily. Maybe you're able to get promoted at work without putting much effort at all. Whatever that may be that you are good at. You may be able to help somebody else with that on the next thing i want you to consider is there's always lessons and everything we go through. The universe always gives us lessons to learn from. We always go through things on purpose. Everything happens for a reason. So what were the lessons that we had as we been through different journeys in our life. And what i want you to do is really think about those lessons. What shifts happened for us because of those lessons and again haider's fade into you finding your true purpose. So what are you here for again. I'll give you an example number of years. Back was very very old with a virus then i recovered and i had a massive lesson that overworking and doing too much results in a really really severe. Burn it so. When i built my new business i want to make sure that i was addressing that issue and i was building a business that runs on automation. And i've people doing a lot of the busy busy work for me so the lesson was given to me but overworking burning night and then i was able to apply that lesson to what i do by a ni- help. All the people build businesses where they don't have to set glued to their laptop all day every day. Working working. Working the next thing i want to ask you challenge you on is where do you feel completely a peace. Where do you feel like you literally could do this all day everyday. It just gives you so much joy. What do you love to do that. Other people may look at it as work. But it doesn't feel like work to you because you enjoy it so much again. Another case in point is doing what i do. I don't work because i absolutely adore. I do it just sets me a light. I have so much joy so much passion for it that it literally isn't worth. So where do you feel completely at peace. Where do you feel like. I could literally do this for the rest of my life. The next big thing is where are you being true to yourself. If your business hasn't been taken off as you want it to be considered. Are you trying to put a square paik into a ruined whole really set with that. Have you been trying to put a square peg into a ryan hall trying to force something. That just isn't happening and what you can do here as realize are you truly being true to yourself or are you doing something that other people think you should be doing if you're still on the job argue joel. Because that's the responsible in normal thing to do. Is you go to school. And then you go to college and then you get a job. Because that's what everybody else does not what society expects of you. Is that what you were born to do. Are you truly a pace with that. Guess is no. If you're listening to this podcast that means that you are manned for more and as you listen to this podcast really sit without. Am i being true to me. Am i being true to what i was put on this earth to do. Are you living your tree purpose. All of us have a purpose whether we want to believe that or not. All of us are here for a reason. All of us are here to fulfil our purpose. So what do you believe. Our purpose is for you. Are you living that every day and then finally really consider. Where is it easy for you. Where do you not have to. Where is there something in life. You don't really have to figure everything is because you just got it. H- you know this it is in your dna. You know what i do. For example i find really easy. It just comes to me. That's part of who i am so for you. Where do you find things easy. Where do you have realized that you don't really have to try very hard to get success to get results and then consider. Is this what you should be helping. Other people do so really really short episode. Hope you really enjoyed it. And i'll see you all over on the next one so. Let me know your favorite part of today's episode over on instagram. The handle is i mea ferguson. And do what you can do today to make a great day a see you next time. On the mir ferguson podcast. Thank you for listening to this entire episode. If you're the kind of person who likes to help others can be sure to share this with all others. Yuno that can help. If you find value they well to make sure to share this podcast on your social media platforms. Also if you have any questions. I'm here to support you every step of the way. So just email support of mea ferguson dot com and i will be happy to help. I may even use question for a future episode. Also if you like to hear content like this daily follow me over an instagram. My instagram humble is i May ferguson finally. I do have a personal request. I believe that we are all here to trump's form all those lights and together you and i. That's helped more people sue. Please leave a positive review on itunes on together we can have a greater impact on the world. Thanks for listening. And i'd see next time..

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"ryan hall" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"We've got i know he's been a brown mode since i get. Yeah yeah years ago the ground. Roll this dude all the woes i twenty years old and we're rolling. Yes fun though. Whenever take them down. But i still shooting anyways. Yes he would just laugh. And i'm gonna have fun thing. I'm gonna take down now. We'll go again. Blam walk two nations sixty five so he's heavy. Yeah like at that point one sixty have you. Yeah but then you'd go from me to the other due to me and hetero just sit back and watch them just fucking jangle after triangle trails. I love seen her on multiple fight or two men realize how dude couple practices that came to your guys and stuff watching the way. He was coaching. You in the positions he sees and the way break things down like. he's a very good coach he sees. He's really good. He's got those quick little like dr chokes through showing off the wall and stuff. Stay with me forever. Aso's he's the good thing i like. He's always cooking something new. Yeah it's not like a coach who has a phone. He's like yo dive into foot logs for like you literally will devote three or four years of his life to foot locks. Yes well and then he'll go have this mastered from escaped to sweeps like masters it in a bunch of different things and goes okay. Now i'm going to shoot two arm locks. Yeah now. I'm gonna shoot into taking the back. Now i'm gonna shoot into seems like an aspect of rewards creativity. Yeah bravo and with them. It's like i'm always next them. So even if i don't wanna learn it i'm gonna have to learn anyways because sometimes he's like using footlocker and i'm like okay and then he broke my foot and i'm like fuck. She's full like this works. Do you look for foot locks locked. When when you're really no not really especially with fights i don't think unless you're a ratify luck. Yeah ryan hall. Yeah should be going for logs in anime tight dicey i feel like i should be used as a position put fear into them and use it as a sweep as a reverse here versus trying to get stuck there and finishing. Why you get punched. I've is you're trying to figure it out with leg locks for lock. It's one of those you attack is fast you can get. It used to get back on top wants. You don't get it get out. Get out to run. I use that as a sweep and now get on top of a sweep than it is an actual submission trying to hang out there. What was the guy. frank mir did that against my leg lock. Yeah fragment did against somebody along a brock leser. No somebody else e. e. n. n. Something never no no. No no no freeman. His dad had data die like that weaker. Said he was already in in vegas for the fight so he did the fight and there was able to finish the name. Was frank finish frank. Hamilton hit the to squish demand. And just walk in hammerfest them knocked him out. Yeah this is water if you wanna walk.

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"ryan hall" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Four of those since returning spencer to eighty five. Just book the big fight. It will touch on that in moment but spencer. What did you think sean. Churkin's performance impress. Were you with what he put together over those twenty five minutes. I mean pretty impressed like this is clearly the biggest one of his career. It's kind of a similar performance to what we've seen from him since coming back where it's just that kind of marauding style coming forward sticking the doubt in people's faces and just kind of wearing them out with volume and and a gas tank that he's one of those guys that he doesn't put a a wild on you but it's just so consistent you never really get the chance to catch your breath. There's no breaks and so to me. It's it's a tremendous performance. You said four straight since coming back from the injury and moving back to middleweight shouts brennan fitzgerald for getting that out there early in the broadcast that he started his career at middleweight. My my sticking point that i loved to point it was. It was the kind of wind he needed to get over this stuff. We talked about last week of great. He beat kristoff yacht. Co like your ryan hall and and he said going in your rioters. a gatekeeper. didn't mean it detrimentally. I use the term. A lot. Because i don't i don't look at it with that negative connotation that a lot of people do it just means. You're you're where you are and there's absolutely nothing wrong with being the ninth best. Middleweight in the ufc. For a number of years. I mean to really damn good. And there's a lot of dudes that would like to trade places with you. And sean stricklin showed that he's a little bit ahead of that. He's a little bit better than that. How far better how much better how far he can go. That's kind of the fun part of this right now is just seeing kenny. Do those same things where it's not e- doesn't show necessarily the power to get you out of there. He's not coming with anything. Fancy or flashy. That's gonna like catch you off guard and get you out of there to hurry. But he's also finished brennan allen during this run and so how far can you take this and and we're going to get to find out here later on this year when he when he has that fight with luke rock. Hold which maybe doesn't tell us anything we'll get to that but this this performance last weekend was exactly what he needed. An an impressive to me aka. What did you think like. Did you walk away from vegas thirty three thinking you know. What that sean. Strickland loud fella. Who likes to talk in his fights and say crazy things. This is a legit title contender. They're watching right now. Do you feel like like. I feel like with kevin. Harlan huges winning fights personality shown and people ready to throw him into a title fight like at the end of the year. If you beat schalke thrown into a title fight. Get them right in there with busy do you. Do you have any sort of the same feeling which sean strickland with this run. That he's on right now after. Getting five straight wins. I'm pretty. I think i'm on record and on most of our shows that we've talked about sean. Strickland has an expensive appreciate this. That i was very much On the strickland bandwagon as hall banned by the way at barry hall bandwagon. By the way it was probably why i was so invested in this main event More i against. I think i didn't like people saying this is like a throwaway main events i understood. I understood the criticism. The car during your i still. It turned out to be a really good card. I didn't think on paper was a great card. But the main event i always thought wasn't intriguing event. I didn't understand people saying well. Neither of these guys are ever going to designate. If i if you write off all wins. He continues the best streak of his Stretches your career and absolutely could have contended and strickland wins than he's the real deal again on the prints positively i was. I was just kind of looking at it. You know how could it benefit both guys So yeah. I was not come sunday morning. I wasn't like wow. I can't believe everyone's talking about sean strickland now. I'm like i'm like no. This is the logical outcome especially given his performance. Which again. I think i picked hall. I thought hall had was the stage of his career. Where he's kind of like matured and he could he could Wouldn't fall some of the pitfalls that he's that he's gone into before and it wasn't a case he got he got beat by a better fighter I hope you're hall. I kind of i kind of flippantly tweeted something like you know. Well i've i've. I've been fooled again by the era hall. You know a story but again. That's that's just sort of like saying we've had expectations for him for so long. I think he needs anyone to tell him. But i think when he looks back in his career he's had a very good career. I'm and i hope. I hope he doesn't become the sort of cautionary tale like your house. Someone who has never quite like good enough to to make it to the titles. That's a lot of fighters that's a lot of fighters who spent a wish they could be that successful but focusing on strickland's i'm telling people do not count this guy out as someone who could not only compete for the title like. I think this is recently bias. I think you could really give someone like israel tucson. You're really good fight. I really do. There's there shades. i think. I'm not the first person to make this comparison. There's shades of michael spinks michael being for the longest time got criticized. Oh he's he's a volume guy. He doesn't have that one punch knockout power. He wanted us to see title. He what is he telling. He was a contender for a long time. We'll we'll strickland. Follow that pat. I don't know he's got the mouth as well. He's kind of trash on the building. Sb certainly not afraid of the microphone. So my my big takeaway is if anyone was sleeping on strong strickland before. I don't know why you would be now if especially if you watch that fight and not just saw the result. If you actually watch that fight you should say. This guy has the potential to be a top five Middleweight by the end of the year. So less than a week. After this victory ak sean strickland already has his new opponent. He will face former middleweight. Champion luke recalled in november at usc to sixty eighth fight has been verbally. Agreed to and this fits. If you watch my interview with rock hold from a few weeks ago. This fits essentially all the criteria that rock cold wanted to check off on the old clipboard..

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"ryan hall" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"I don't think he's a case of food that he didn't want to change. I think he is wanting to credit. Because like you guys are saying. He won a championship and for some reason. Everybody seen discredit his championship. Because of the team you joined. But when when i say is one. The bra went to Miami he joined to of the hall of fame and then got really which is four hall of fame was on the team but no everybody look. Don't look at it as a cheat code. But when kevin it's like oh well i guess because he went to go mysterious oil. He thought he did a chico. So he pete you remember this win. Lebron went there initially everybody. The people did look at it as a cheat code. He was getting crushed. And what how will help. Lebron ironically is that they lost the first year because then people saw when they won the second third year. Then people are like okay. It was the challenge. Had they won their first year. People might have been like looked at it almost like k. d. so i think that helped lebron. Interestingly enough are we got brandon. Marshall co host the first things first coming up in a minute but first be sure to catch live editions of the odd couple with chris. Broussard and rob parker weekdays at seven. Pm eastern four pm pacific on fox sports radio and the iheartradio app we have the company live from the fox sports radio studios our next guest you remember as an pro wide receiver but now he has made quite the name for himself as a personality a broadcaster he is the co host of first things. I i go at it with them every morning on fox. Moore's one mom and brandon. Marshall what i'd be great down your got ryan hall is with us. If for rob now look you have been and this one of the areas. I respect you so much in. You have really been outspoken about mental health challenges for athletes for yourself for other athletes in general and i noticed is in a quote unquote mental health issue. But still you want to get into the psyche of the team and all that. So what if you were called in like if you had a chance to say something to the phoenix suns tonight about tomorrow's game six. What would it be. It would literally be you know I would say let's look at. Let's look look down the bench. Forget the other team you see. Yon yawn. That's the example right. Can't get too high. You can't get too low. Look at devin booker devon booker you know had a terrible was it a game to and then he had that bounceback game three right like you have to really lock and not get too low like start pressing. You can't press so clearly say guys. Just be yourself and be okay with the outcome. Youngest talked about that months ago and people thought he's like oh my goodness this is counter culture to being act like we talked about him on our show but that is the perfect place to be. If i don't worry about that just go out there and do either professional athletes. I would literally highlight. Yawn is i would even highlight booker. You know he could have easily went to other wind. Started to press..

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"ryan hall" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview

RJ Bell's Dream Preview

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on RJ Bell's Dream Preview

"Four in comic writer in emporia. I like orien- but i think the real value lies with create incited one. Very i think this bicycle and five rounds worry. I'm gonna take the reduce there with a plausible thirty. Get a little crazy thing. Another lie the best bet because of the one play but it plus four fifty. I think there's great value in ryan hall by the. He's fighting very well. Not at all right hall is the most difficult fighter in the us to prepare for that area. Possibly going to grab where they can do. The things right all can do. I think there's great value ryan hall by the mission and that are the best bets for you for this. Nba finals inspired dream preview. Podcast edition but that's not all okay. Disclaimer that is all that may very well be all you want to listen to all the best handicappers you know in love have given their two cents have thrown in their best bets for this week but wait. There's more if you choose to continue listening. thank you. try not to disappoint all right so spencer. The great spencer. The wiz ostrovsky's is with me. He made a very interesting point. He thinks that not only should. The tokyo olympics be played but the olympic should never be played again. Yes they should be banned. I used to be a fan of the olympics curious. Why should they be banned. I i do love the olympics. I think it's an incredible spectacle but if you look at the context of the olympics in general more specifically i can only give a few examples here but are gymnastics team. I mean that's scandal. Went on for i mean years and years like is entire career and we were talking about the ncaa talk about bureaucracy. Protecting an evil man and evil lacked the usa. Olympic committee has to be accountable for that and it goes much further. I mean in the rio games. All the stadiums were built illegally for line and they've been abandoned since so what. The olympics tries to do is showcase this city whatever city. It's in as this beautiful place. Where all these people are being taken care of. We know in brazil. It was probably the worst. It's ever been where you see this nice little picture of rio but literally right outside. The camera shot. People are suffering. Olympic athletes from brazil suffered immediately following. There's been some incredible stories. I read online about it. So i don't know if this human suffering and the greed that goes on behind the olympics is worth it now the only part or problem i should say is that you know. These people are trained the entire life for it and they're technically not being paid they can get sponsorships. The biggest ones do but in general it's been supported through their love and passion for that sport. So i would hate to take something like that away but i think as the time for the time being as it is now. It's not worth the suffering that people do just have the olympics and the real was a special case. I got lucky enough to study abroad in real a few years earlier. In twenty twenty. Ten in twenty eleven. And it's about the country. They hide their poverty. You take a bus. It literally goes two miles out the way to go around ghetto. What they call avella. So the fact that the olympics had that same kind of dynamic where they're putting billions and billions of dollars out of the government pockets to prop up the tourism factor of their city at the expense of their people. Unfortunately that's not a surprise to me. When it comes to rio and japan you hearing a lot of the same things that people are. There's a covert emergency that people now are not able to go to the events. So how much are you really benefiting benefiting your people versus just only the higher ups that get to build two billion dollar stadiums and hand out those contracts. But you know we're a betting show you know that we would not bring up the olympics without an angle of vegas angle to make you a couple of bucks. Check this out very good research by spencer here. According to five thirty eight the average home team gets a bump more than expected of plus twenty medals so japan this year. They're expecting x. They're supposed to x. Plus twenty because they're the host country a few benefits naturally go with that. Obviously the home crowd the home cooking but also they get. Correct me if i'm wrong on this. They get a free Candidate almost every in every sport. They do yeah so they get an extra swimmer. They everything they will be represented in every event. However look at japan's over under it's fifty three and a half metals. That's a bump of about thirteen medals higher than it was in the last olympics. Will the bump is supposed to be twenty. The bump is only thirteen. maybe the value to the over. I disagree. Here's why. I think that home crowd in all sports. I've mentioned this. Many times is less of a factor. Home cooking is less of a factor when like you said they spend millions of dollars their whole lives training to be at their peak performance in any given condition in every country. The better that technology that science those skills are the less of advantages is to be to sleep in your bed plain simple. We look at brazil. We just mentioned two thousand sixteen. They only got a bump of plus two medals despite all that home cooking. Japan is supposed to get a bump of thirteen. Remember no home fans. I'm not an olympic expert. I haven't looked into the handicapping aspect of each side but my gut instinct pizza bet japan under fifty three and a half metals a laid out the logic. But i'm not sure if it's accurate. What do you think spence. I agree with you with no fans. I mean you're looking at a completely different games. I mean fans drive. So many of these sports it just depends. I guess it depends on them. I think they will have an increased amount of medals to a certain extent. I mean i don't think there's i think there's only been two negatives in the list that i saw but for the most part i wouldn't say that japan has a massive advantage anymore. I think they've been over calculated. For how many more will get glad. We're in agreement all right. That was a dream preview. Podcast spencer thanks for being part of it. Anything you'd like to add as we wrap up. I just wanted to quickly quickly say about the end of the the tokyo olympics is. I really do feel bad for the japanese people who are still recovering from a few disasters that they've had so who while only fifteen percent of their people in unvaccinated on top of the financial issues. They're just gonna pop the olympic games right in the middle and basically just shield the actual japanese population so they can so coca cola can get their sponsorship money and whoever else there is out there so if you wanna watch the final commercialization of human suffering in the twenty first century check it out july twenty third the tokyo olympic start. We'll cover it or maybe we won't. I'm not sure check next.

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"ryan hall" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"They're not flying under the radar again. Maybe in a broader sense they are. But two of my. I don't know because with ryan hall. I don't know he's not gonna two of my guys describe this. Espn limbs was like made for me. You've got brian hall and you've got door. Michelle pineda i mean. How do i choose how to choose. Which one i i think i i mean using the surprise you. I'm going to talk about ahead of more. Because i think a lot of people actually are sort of talking about the ryan hall flight and more more. This is i mean. I'm being pretty general here. But just kind of what i see on social media. I do see a lot about reinholt. Maybe it's because he's obviously the you know the fighter in the sport today it means because he fights so infrequently that people kind of like when it happens every their ears perk up. It's it's such an event it's the rarity of it. Now that has made a special. Would we like to see it. Like every four months of course. Of course we'd all prefer that but right ryan hall. He runs his own schedule. You don't question when a when a jujitsu prophet like ryan hall competes. You just listen you. Just listen when it's time for him to perform but michelle had again. I don't know if people have been paying enough attention. Maybe they've become a little disenchanted by the more mature more. Well-thought-out michelle i i haven't i love seeing more technically i'd love to see some of the craziness comeback for sure as release since he's fighting nico price of fellow psychopath. So hopefully they'll blige each other for some some arrogant but that for me that for me is the bus. I don't want people to give up on michelle beheaded and let me tell you something to sort of playoff kind of what my tag partner who could not have been more correct in your last answer. what what she was saying. How the wealth picture is a little more wide open than people expect. I'm not saying michelle ahead is going to be next. But he lets us to protect a cabinet. Oh price gets another win later this year. Who knows if they can't agree to again. The becoming one of the reasons is is a developed guides. Negotiate with so the doors. Open for certainly stephen thompson. The number one candidate if he beats browns go burns a little gilbert burns himself on a little less likely obviously if i was so recent predefined a finish but there's other guys that are available. I'm not going to say cross mexico but it is a busy more busy welterweight division than than people think So i think there are other contenders contender on this card and other cards to come though there is also the chance because because of what we said that maybe looks outside of welterweight for his next fight. I don't know if he's wanted these obscene not going to assign you any time soon. But but i just want to kind of backup. Chris and said There's i'm excited for the fight. Because again i think this guy could contend for a world title someday because it's so yeah. I'm going with that as my quotes sleeper. But i hope not too. Many people are on that fight. Jed meshu which you got one would just said is literally crazier than anything michelle engage. He just he just tried to make a case to contend for title within a year we all want to continue for a title. Why are you trying to take all the things that make them shelter. Hey a phone away from him by making him by reasonably infer championships. Will you do you put him against a guy like niko. Bryce this is this is the platonic ideal of fighting by like this is. This is the bite of the weekend for me. Unquestionable he crisis a lunatic. He has a win from hammerfest on the bottom. Which is the thing that that doesn't act. Shop is gonna so backflips. Assuming that he doesn't go full ak boring version of himself which knock on wood as if that happens. So why rule this for your. This is easily only fight that matters this weekends like this is a fight that that could very simply with invite circus totally harmoniously. And that's how you know it's the fight for me. So that's it like. I'll watch the rest of guard and a lot of it's interesting. There's if i had one fight this weekend. Eight is obviously behaved rights. And i'll just catch up on the. I'll i'll tune into intimate binding dot com to read the results for the rest of it does kind of suck. We're not getting another wealth to fight. Sean brady versus kevin lee on this card. Luckily it has been revoked for next month but we have thirteen fights to be excited about on saturday. Let us move ahead to another story. Line based upon the main event of this car. But before we do that we get award the point around two and it goes to the challengers aka lee in christie tanger on the board..

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"ryan hall" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"ryan hall" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C

"What's going on funds on how you doing man room fucking great man. It's fourth of july kicking it. It's a three day weekend for me. And i got my pal though. Seki's right next to me so i'm fucking i'm ready to get into these five picks frank. It's gonna be a great day for me on that does out there. Thank you for listening was so severe drinking my coffee here in my coffee that my wife got me. These signs teachers are like a pro. Tom always positive nice. Nice but they get your notebook ready. Get your pen out and we're about to get you some pigs to make the money you can do on game. Whatever betting west side you like. I like to use my book. Dot com But if you got another one that you'd like to use out there let us know. Hit us up for always just like hanging out news site. I just like to bet against eddie. All the time. 'cause he loses all the time like taking his thanks. Sorry eddie truth comes out truth. Wildly comes out. Hey before we get started. I want to give a big shout out to all the boys at rivalry. I know it's fourth of july. Some of the guys will get their freedom roles in down there at company twenty one. They opened up their doors for them. Happen that opening open. So what's up little my dj jeff on the ones in twos getting on the mats. Mr ryan compete sqi. Anybody else out there have fun. Boys enjoy it. Are you ready to get into these fights. Berlin sco ahead and was the first one frank. Do do the more. Like i was saying earlier to demand the more i look at this car. The more i go down the list. And i just keep getting a harder and harder choke for these fights. Because there's some really good fights fights we're just gonna were basically gonna talk main card and then a few fights from the premiums that i want to talk about so let's start by talking about the fight. We were just talking about ryan hall taking on to puria meals dot. What like ufc..

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