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"sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)
"Okay guys. Welcome back as i said. We're going to be talking about how you can be more active when dieting for weight loss and there is a good article on the fitbit blog explaining why exercise cannot override a healthy diet. People typically over estimate how many calories they burn during a workout and then incorrectly justify eating foods that lead them heavier than they were before the workout. And i shared a story are all the time you know when i was not committed to running in the summertime and basically because of the heat i decided in which i talked about. This last week's podcast. I would think that. Because i was running up and down the basketball court i will play more basketball in the summer. I would justify going ahead. And having that ice cream or having those those slices of pizza or after basketball's running through the drive through a mcdonald's or wendy's and then realizing later i'm heavier right. You want to avoid making this comment mistake. Commit to a healthy diet for the summer and create a balanced exercise teen that follows the ron rest and repeat pattern. We wrote an article on that guys. Check out the blog. Check the show notes that you can be informed with all these links that we're leaving in the blogs okay and so there are countless studies conducted to determine whether diet or exercise is more important for way laws and what is most effective. What is the most effective ratio. You know that is widely accepted as the eighty twenty rule right. that's right eighty percent diet and twenty percent exercise eating habits determine whether you lose weight or gain more pounds. You can't intermittent faster way out of this. Yes there's books written on the effects of intermittent fasting how you can lose way but let me tell you guys. There's nothing you can't outrun a bad diet. you can't intimate and fashion way to the best weight. Loss results is what we are putting into our mouths and these other things are helpful for sure. Let's talk about these other things that might be helpful. Do you like swimming kayaking or riding a bike while we know guys summertime is the is a great time to get more active. We're going to be doing a podcast really soon next week. we're talking about. How germ rope can actually help. You're running you probably haven't jumped rope since a kid hint hint that's going to be a little bit into the week. That was more share that later but in a future episode. We're going to be tomorrow running tips for kids. And i want to say guys that with the with the pandemic kids being home schooled kids being virtual you know they haven't been getting the gym that they are accustomed to but now with since things are starting to open up a little bit. Summertime is a great time for you as a family to get more active to go swimmin- go kayaking do some bike riding. And if you're are runner check out our previous episode episode one. Oh six how to run in summer heat to keep you going like i said i learned the hardware guy. If you don't enjoy any types of exercise you still can't commit to walking more and tracking your daily steps. The default goal is easy guys on most fit. Bits and fitness apps. It is set to ten thousand steps a day. Park a little bit further away from your workplace. Take the steps instead of the elevator. Whether you're walking or running guys these steps adds up and it gives you the scene anaerobic experience as runs off. You just want to get out there. Marie gary she lost Sixty seventy pounds in his last year. She has iran more than twenty five steps. I'm throwing that number out there. Because when peak at her sometimes she throws a little jog here and there but probably like five or ten steps at a time has about over the last year. She walked her bud off literally but she also watch what she eats and she practice intermittent fasting like a boss. Okay so you can't just practice intermittent fasting. You do still have to watch which eating. And she is actually combining those three things and killed it in two thousand twenty slash twenty one and so if you wondering what is ten thousand steps. That's almost five miles which may sound like a lot. But that's a very cheese achievable goal. If you break it down into shorter walk throughout the day. If you have an office job go out for your lunch. Break to get some fresh air. Take take a one mile. Walk you're gonna cover you know a good Two thousand steps with that right something at somewhere about that all right and if you are serious about losing weight this summer i have an adaptable weight. Loss program that is going to work for you with no selling you any branded products you're going to fill out our form and our contact us for we're gonna find out your goals and then we can you up with a call to help you lose weight and get into the best version of yourself. This summer We will work with you to adapt the best died to lose weight and hold you accountable to your fitness routine. We're gonna take one last break. And when i come back. We're going to demolish the week. That was oh snap. I forgot all about telling you that. I wanted to introduce you guys to jessica young. She's the newest member of our group. This actually isn't the week. That was because this information that i'm going to share with you guys was from the previous week. Okay jessica young joined program. It was her first week and she's been following our journey lisa as a coworker of hers but she hasn't seen her due to cove it and they haven't been in office. They've been working from home in so she's been tracking and watching lisa as getting all these results and reached out to me had some questions and i was able to answer them. She signed up immediately on a friday. Showed up to the track on a tuesday. And what i'm about to play for. You is a recording that we actually posted on youtube of us after thursday's training so jessica young and lisa diaz joins me for this segment. Now i will like to apologize. We were in summers point new jersey. There was a little win. The microphone picked up the wind. There was some chimes plan in the background. Some birds everything's going on. You can hear everyone well and.
"sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet
"I mean usually you step off the lines in doubt and not a lotta hills. I think you'd mentioned there's trains. Trains don't go uphills. They don't go up hills where the damn no they don't and they and they like cutting the cutting this attendance off of things. So so they're very you know we're carrying sixty seventy pounds. We walking ten fifteen twenty miles a day. Sometimes it was you know mid-winter who's freezing goal. Sometimes it was literally one hundred degrees hotter than it is today. And so if you're not walking up hill you're not doing a lot of loopy curves. You definitely grateful for that. So i was. I was reading the book. And i hope you're not offended by this and i'm reading about a number of grown men. Walking along a railroad tracks came into my head various scenes from the movie. Stand by me. Of course you know. I i never saw it but people have told me that. Yeah of course started walking on the train tracks. Just follow the whole way. Yeah yeah right. And then after dark trimester. Come along and i'll snack. Oh here and it seemed to me that sort of a wistful look at sort of young boys who are a little bit also trying to figure out what the world is about making their way but much younger. But i guess. Does that ever leave. Should that ever leave that sort of searching for what the hell your life is about and wanting to meet america. Do you think you'll do it again. In ten fifteen twenty years. I mean you know i was doing. I was going back out there As recently as a couple of years ago And so yeah. I'm i'm i'm love environment. That sort of like weirds half wild half industrial environment of the roads. I absolutely adore. And i also love being in the wilderness to young children Which is a different form of. And i don't mean this. Ironically it's a different form of freedom that it's enormously profound for me but but I i do hope. I get out there so i want to go back to something. You were saying before about the nature of interaction combat fighting between smaller individuals in larger individuals. And one of the things you say in the book is quote the reason size and strength do not absolutely determined outcome is that tactics play a huge role in human conflict quote. And you also say this had me thinking i wonder if you could elaborate on and when you talk about which is and Mixed martial arts and other kinds of fighting that you say approximate Violence in wild in the world and you say some of the issue is quote the disproportionate energy costs of an offense compared to a defense and quote and you refer to one particular fight. It sounds a lot like the famous rope a dope that people talked about with with boxing. Explain what you meant by that how that matters sort of in the larger world of conflict. Yeah i mean it costs energy to throw a punch. It costs energy to invade another country. nommik energy but much less energy as you also say to to dodge a punch if you do that successfully yeah so it scales up so at every scale slipping punch in a fight requires less energy just less movement then throwing a punch and we don't have infinite amounts of energy so at some point even conditions fighter the if he or she throws enough in a row. They are in oxygen. That once. you're in it up in oxygen debt if you don't alleviate that pretty soon you can't really function very well and so what it means. Is that the attacker. I mean just look what happened on d day. I mean the the You know enormous american casualties trying to take those beaches eventually at work But how have they gotten bogged down on those beaches without recover. It wouldn't have worked and so basically the the the the attacker because they're using up a manpower or energy or amunition or oxygen or whatever it may be because they're using a it up disproportionately faster if they don't clinch the win fairly quickly is a chance that even if they're a more powerful force they may actually never win and and so for a large one hundred two hundred and fifty pound man moving around in a boxing ring or in a field just hospital energy than a smaller person of of the small person could just not lose for long enough which is what the taliban to us. Everything could not lose for long enough. The bigger entity is basically going to and is that always true or is generally true by always drew and the idea that if if the lord sort of cumbersome weighted down force whether an individual or a nation state does not clinch a quick victory against an enemy that is mobile and connectik and small and nimble that it's doomed to lose. Well i would say the longer. It goes on the more the odds shift in favor of the smaller entity. That's using less energy. Yeah you give up. It's not worth it. Were you just incapacitated right. I mean we've all been deep oxygen that you know there's not much you can do is grab your knees good position so yeah it's it's you know it's it's physics. It's metabolism is biology economics. I mean what was. The cost of afghanistan for us is not something we could sustain for two hundred years and i think economically speaking. The taliban probably could two years. And there's something also about. He's been a lot of time talking about the concept of self-sufficiency of for one of a better phrase societies. Some societies are more mobile than others. You talk about the difference between you know as they evolve over time agrarian societies where you start to stockpile crops and food. As opposed to societies that roam around answered catch and eat what they kill an ongoing basis that there are differences in those societies. Wh what are they in. Which is superior why i mean. Superiors value judgment that I mean what. I would say that. Each offers particular advantages agrarian. Society was established around ten thousand years ago and there were a pastoral societies and hundred others signs. All around them that were. I think one could argue more free on the individual level It's very hard to oppress a mobile society because in the morning tensor gone there in the hills and likewise an a small group of survival level group of hunter gatherers. It's very hard to accumulate wealth. Because you can't carry it and it's very hard for one powerful leader to dominate everybody. Because it's too easy for a coalition of males. They're just kill the person you know. That's been studied quite a lot by a wonderful At apologised name. Richard boehm The morale group morality of under gather society abused by the powerful is one thing they will absolutely not tolerate but once you have people who are invested in a piece of property who picked all the stones out of the soil irrigated who spent a generation developing a piece of land You can't just pick up and go you lose an lifetimes investment in this property and you depend on those crops for your.
"sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"And so i think particularly for young people young men like that that state that sort of critical state where they gotta be on point like on top of it to get through this okay whether they're They're a soldier or logging or commercial fishing or whatever it may be that's There can be something a little bit intoxicating about that. Yeah i agree. And now i i understand you get paid more to do more dangerous jobs but some people just won't do them. You know what i mean. And you're willing to them and then also in the book freedom. I mean you guys Positive for how many. How long was the the track. Four hundred miles with miles. Yeah with You know k. Juice boxes and tarps. I mean that it just seems like seems pretty self imposed to me. I just didn't know what your relationship with danger was. Yeah i mean mostly it was hard you know. Like i mean we're we're walking sixty seventy pounds and we were walking ten would it. Plus biles day fifteen fifteen. Twenty whatever mostly. It was really hard. There were some moments of danger or stress but Look i mean as humans were wired for that right. I mean we have all been a very dangerous difficult world and you know i. If anything affluent wealth wealthy society produces incredibly high rates of mental illness of anxiety. Depression suicide. you know. You don't really don't see those rates in hunter gatherer societies even report societies. and and. so you know. There's there's something to be said for all that Ease but they comes with costs and it's sort of surprising that people aren't happier in a safe Comfortable environment but they're actually not particularly happy. I was talking to dr drew about this recently. And we're trying to figure it out. Which is some alarming number of sixty percent of men maybe man or men and women but maybe men between like eighteen and thirty four say they have depression or say they have emotional. You know they're on the spectrum something. That's an alarmingly high rate of young people. When i was twenty three. No one discussed how they felt unless they were horny. Honk yeah like it was like. I don't know it was kind of a weird luxury item to sit around and explain that you're on the spectrum of something of it's more like we just wanna have fun or we wanna fox or we want to sleep. Just wasn't discussed. Yeah yeah i mean i. I don't think social media's help people states of mind much I don't know i think there's a lot of things going on. You know. I think also society has decided that one's own state of mind is of interest. And so the so you know basically what you're saying but i also think the modern society is extremely stressful for people. I mean something. Like fifty percent of teenage girls outperforming zaidi fifty five zero. That's insane. The tennis player withdrew from the french open. Please don't it and other storms reasons. That dad had twitter vary divided. Well it's also. I think it's going to be hard to get accurate data because drew was saying well. Can you believe this alarmingly high amount of people that are having mental issues. And i said but it's now in vogue to talk about. It's right up there with having a lesbian affair with your roommate in college cintra. Unspoken now people are bragging about everything. It's hard to tell how what percentage of women had a lesbian. Well we don't know nobody knows. And that's i've mentioned that here before growing up having you know anxiety and depression thank you was incredibly shameful to the family and we did not talk about these things and we made up all kinds of excuses. Why gina couldn't leave the house and who was scant. How many years later really podcasts. about it. How go ahead sebastian. Yeah well what. I mean one metric. That's you know very black and white is the suicide rate. And and you know. Modern western societies have very high rates. Which they shouldn't. I mean are you really. They shouldn't and import societies The rate goes down. And it's you know it's all it's counter intuitive and so so there's something about mo modern mass mechanized society which provided us with a lot of predictability a lot of ease Even wealth that is not great for the human spirit. I mean that's that's clear just looking at the suicide rate. I think it's probably the same with obesity. Like all this abundance. You have all of this. You can get whatever whenever you think. It's such a blessing and everyone's fat as diabetes miserable. All right on that happy note younger. I know you got a hard out. So i'll give a book plug freedom. It's available now on amazon. And it's a very interesting thome thank sebastien. Thank you very much. I talking to you guys. Prescient it interesting guy. Yes y good reason the reason but a good reason why Perfect storm saw low rated on iran. Does that got mostly negative reviews at the time or middling reviews or whatever. There was a glut glut of of disaster movie in the nineties and perfect storm here. At the end of that glock there was dante's peak. There was deep impact armageddon and there was an independence day. Even titanic as a disaster field. There are so many because of the new advance was in. Cgi time a good movie like perfect storm came around. It was just fatigue the disaster movies in the cgi and things destroying things. Yeah i hate it when they factor in a bunch of other shed. Your older brother was a shitty students who you're gonna have a hard time in my calculus class. Like really how about we just on the merits of what it is all right..
"sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Amazon. And very interesting endeavour we should. We should get into that good fashion. Thank you good to be here. So let's go through freedom you and two or three other friends. Sort of embarked on a journey. Yeah there were there. Were guys that it all been in combat. We'd all been in combat. Two of them were soldiers. Actually and Is years ago but we walked along the railroad lines from washington dc. We're headed to new york and we got to philly and we decided to head west instead and we pittsburgh and So we walked about four hundred miles long road lights which is sort of weird. No man's land the custody swamps across america. We were sleeping under bridges and in abandoned buildings that we didn't have a tetra thing. Just a tarp. A cooking over fires getting water. Out of creeks dodging police and over. Four as i say the book over four hundred miles every night we were the only people who knew where we were. There's many definitions of freedom but but surely that's one of yeah was extraordinarily trump. Did you embark on the journey with the intent of writing the book or was this just something we wanted to try. We just did it to do it. You know like it. The railroad lines cut straight through the middle of america. Three to strengthen the middle of everything that the You know the ghettos and the farms and the rich suburbs and everything and we wanted to. We wanted to encounter america and encounter ourselves. You know we're carrying sixty seventy pounds and you know we were going through some dodgy. Eric is somewhat so much shot at us. In pennsylvania delaware the cops were looking for or maryland's maryland. The cops were looking with a helicopter odd odd trip and we become completely sort of inter reliant on each other i am. What did you learn that. The freedoms hard won. I mean you know we. We were carrying everything we we were free because we carrying everything we needed on our backs and we were staying out of sight of the authorities at anyone who would Prevent us Going where we wanted and we were walking You know ten fifteen miles a day. Once we did forty forty forty miles forty hours. You're basically broke ourselves physically but we are sort of in control of our destiny and we can only do that because we were completely dependent on each other for all the tasks needed for survival and that to me that's a sort of miniature version of this nation like none of us would survive more than a few days by ourselves in the a humans die immediately nature when they're by themselves But we thrive when we're in a group and americans have chosen to be in a group of three hundred thirty million and that does not come free of obligation ad. And that's where the great conversation starts about what constitutes rights what constitutes freedom and what constitutes our government is do controlling know in a in a very on a very small scale there there is a mindset which i always have which is if you travel around like i do and you do shows and he ended up in naples. Florida appleton wisconsin or somewhere like that There's always the saturday saturday day the day you have nothing going on you. Two shows friday night role in late friday to do the shows and then you got to leave sunday morning but saturday where oklahoma city wherever that you walk around alone and you realize this isn't my town that have nowhere to go. I don't know anybody. I'm just walking through. It's kind of an observer of what goes on in appleton wisconsin. This this will go on when i leave and it was going on before i got here but i'll sort of observe it now. There's a feeling that's different. It's much different than being in your on your own turf. Like usually with some purpose like i gotta go get my haircut. Then i'm going to go to the galveston's i'm going to go back home so weird feeling. I would recommend it highly. It's it's not the extreme that you experienced but just that little safe three hour version of it. It's interesting you're walking around and you realize no one really knows you or cares at your there. You feel sort of autonomous and you're just observing and it's an interesting experiment. Yeah i mean no no were right for border byles. We were it was a it was an extended version of what you're talking about. We were completely unaccountable to anybody We were accountable to reality. And you know it's easy to get hit by a train and killed We're accountable to be hungry and cold and wet and tired and after the cops look for us or whatever like We ran into a motorcycle criminal motorcycle gang. North of wilmington didn't addle toxin. Go moment with them. You know we. I whatever all kinds of things happen but we were not accountable to another person that's that's pretty intoxicated. You know about ten thousand years ago. humanity reached the sort of fork in the road and some societies start became agricultural societies. They started planting Grains and crops. They became quite wealthy and sedentary and and people societies were very easily controlled because had field. You couldn't just leave if the if the ruler was oppressive right Some societies remained nomadic and under the control of no one except themselves and they are typically nomadic societies are typically much poorer materially poorer. But they're freer and that's that that that sort of like ancient decision. Do i want to have more like security physical security around me and less freedom or do i want to be mobile and poor and and totally autonomous and that that's true for individuals as well as for societies. That reminds me. You may know if you know about it. I promise you know. More than. I do. But many many years ago when i was in israel. And we're kinda doing the tourist thing and you see these people sort of on the side of the road doing their own thing and they dress different and they seemed almost like they didn't even realize there was a world growing on around them..
"sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"And then i mean like i said you it back. I mean when. I was in the army heck you know. I don't know how much i would carry. They were like sixty seventy pound packs or something you know we were. We were half half age on. Yeah i don't know. I can still do it. I could still do it. Okay yeah get out there. Man like seventy pound rock. I'll go on for like twenty five miles so we Have more money coming. That's right black widow. July ninth in theaters or in disney plus enjoy in theaters or on disney plus with their prime premium thing premium premium access premium access. There and. that's like a thirty dollar one right. That's the thirty dollars or thirty thousand points. What does that mean. I don't know if you've never bought any of these ideas by riot. You didn't buy the other one right. You know so every time you buy you get like one hundred points or something. No i don't think so. I think they're i think they're trying to. I don't know where the points are. But i saw that when i bought the So i think. I think maybe it's part of some kind of rewards. I don't know if whether it's their vacation club rewards or some rewards didn't points and rewards go away with like the subway stamp card every time he got a subway by kane. Get the eleventh three years. Something do they go away or is it just like that. The still does everybody does it. So that's still a thing. I think it's interesting. i think. Let's make everything points and it'll turn into. Its own bitcoin and be like how can i sell the points. Trade trading points on the on the black market of disney plus points. You have fifteen thousand points. I of fifteen thousand points and we get together as a fam- and watch that's right you go so okay. The number one export. And i've mentioned this before of american culture. American culture equals explosion movies. And we're back baby. Were back another explosion movie. Yeah what do you think it's got. It's got explosions. It's got a stormtrooper outfits amazing action sequences now. What the stormtrooper outfits. Well i don't know they're and they're they're it's the russian days it's like. Oh it's like the winter version of. She's at say berea something like that. I'm sure yeah. Yeah so she needs like winter cammo rate so she's like whitewater. Oh well what what did you think about the whole. Preamble this as a whole thirty seconds of like old clips at the at the top of the trailer. Yeah that's kinda cool. I mean i where i went with that. What i was thinking was it was supposed to come out sooner. Because of all the cove and everything it was delayed so they're thinking man offers so we have to cap it's like it's like previously and twenty four as if we forgot so now the recapping black widow to bring us back to current widow. And i don't know it. It looks fun. i mean. I'm a fan. I to i so i kind of agree with you there. I think that there was also a an idea of saying it's all part of the can. It's all part of canon so it's like it's not. Don't don't worry we're not deviating or not. You know threatening off of this. We're gonna use this is canon and we're just gonna show you of the prequel origin story of black widow and you say that because she is the start of the third phase four phase forth phase..
"sixty seventy pounds" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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It's like do stuff you know but the we didn't do that for years helps the as you start experimenting and the different one. Tell me how you came across epoch. Now air crete is a foaming agent if you put as just making. The water is mixed in with soap. Make a bunch of little air bubbles. So if you have a let's say a square foot of concrete that suckers heavy you know it's going to be sixty seventy pounds or so a lot and the but it's eric reid. Yeah five year olds can pick it. Yeah so it's very insulated and you have different mixes that can be more or less brittle you can. It has a lot of compression strength as pencil strength. I mean you know that kind of thing so you can do different kinds of fibers to make different mixes and so on but then you came across. I remember when it was. Somebody introduce you to epic and you go. You know this is like my new best friend now. Okay so describe epic and what's so great about it. Yes i had this guy. Dave penton penton he. He's in texas. And he's aqua politics guy and he came up with this makes for making aqua pontic tanks and so he sent me a video dome he built where some big dude swing and a big sledgehammer and whacking away. And i see now is like okay. I'm sold and he explained to me how it worked and this this was when i was still back in new york and he explained how it work and machine that was required which was a hydro mulching machine which is a machine that's used for spreading seeds over vast areas. So he told me about this. And i was so sold on it. I went and invested in the machine. Used and i drug it out with me to to colorado and then we had our first workshop in twenty nine thousand nine where he came to demonstrate how to mix it and use it so that was the first workshop had was Dave teaching everyone about the epic mix. And i taught people how to make air forms and things like this and then we did the experiment that i originally had designed for aircraft which was the double air form experiment. My idea behind that was to inflate to wear forms with the cavity in between and just simply filled aware for aircraft. And the idea is i could make structure really quick so anyway. Oh i'm not getting mental picture here okay. So what would you have to. Envision is a an eight foot air form. Inflate and then i put nine. It's right just like the other ones in my videos except smaller. And then there's eight foot dome and a nine foot dome so you put the nine foot over the eight footer. And you have a six inch. Cavenago go in the middle and then the idea is to fill that cavity with air crate. So what we did was we. Did the experiment would epic and it did work. But it's it's it's not the direction i would go in with the air force but So that that's how the epic thing start. It was with david. And so once i got the material is started doing my own experiments With the mixture to make different mixes to make it even stronger. Because that stuff is not too dissimilar from the paper paper cremate because with the epic the way it works. is you. Mix your styrofoam and your paper much together with cement so that paper and styrofoam creates a matrix. Where the paper holds the styrofoam in place because otherwise if you went to just to mix just styrofoam vs it would float so that matrix was really good so i made some breaks and it was so strong. I was swinging a sledgehammer on one brick. Like four or five times before cracked. And i thought my full power eight pound sledge sledgehammer and so. I was extremely impressed with the brick. It was very light like air crete but it was easier to work with in that i can make the mix so they would still sticky so you could apply it to a water gun. You could get you could shot creed it and or hand trial it on or whatever you want it. Thank you and so That was the epic. I was super impressed because to me. Aircraft was all about inexpensive building material. That was insulated. So i'm not married to aircraft creek is an incredible product is really inexpensive easy to make anywhere on the planet and that's the beauty of aircraft. Epic would be a little more difficult because of the two ingredients. Styrofoam the paper. You need of course they are everywhere. And you can Source them you know from recycling places or different locations. You can get or just buy beads if you building a house and is great because it's installation already so like if you have it three inch thick piece of styrofoam board. You can almost compare the value of that two or three inches of epic. Because there's so much styrofoam in the epic while on in the insulated mixed with the epic. There's like five. Different blends five different recipes and.