35 Burst results for "Strength"

Bitcoin Price Prediction: Recovery Just Getting Started or It’s Bull Trap?

NewsBTC

03:21 min | 1 d ago

Bitcoin Price Prediction: Recovery Just Getting Started or It’s Bull Trap?

"3 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Bitcoin price prediction, recovery just getting started or at S bull trap. Bitcoin price gain peace and was able to clear 16,500. BTC must settle above 17,000 to start a real recovery in the near term. Bitcoin started an upside correction and climbed above the 16,500 resistance. The price is treating above 16,400 and the 100 hourly simple moving average. There was a break above a major bearish trendline with resistance near 16,220 on the hourly chart of the first pair data of feed from kraken. The pair could continue to rise if it settles above the 17,000 resistance zone. Bitcoin price recovers Bitcoin price formed a decent support base above the 15,500 support zone. BTC remained well bid and started an upside correction above the 16,000 resistance. There was a clear move above the 50 fib retracement level of the main drop from the 16,795 swing high to 15,470 low. Besides, there was a break above a major bearish trendline with resistance near 16,220 on the hourly chart of the first pair. Bitcoin price is now trading above 16,400 and the 100 hourly simple moving average. It is also well above the 76.4 fib retracement level of the main drop from the 16,795 swing high to 15,470 low. On the upside, an immediate resistance is near the 16,800 level. The first major resistance is near the 17,000 zone. A successful daily close above the 17,000 resistance might start a real recovery wave. The next major resistance is near 17,500, above which the price could gain pace for a move towards the 18,000 zone. Sourced custom on trading view dot com and intermediate resistance could be 17,650. It is near the 1.618 fib extension level of the main drop from the 16,795 swing high to 15,470 low. Fresh drop in BTC if Bitcoin fails to settle above the 17,000 resistance zone, it could start another decline. And immediate support on the downside is near the 16,500 level and a connecting bullish trendline on the same chart. The next major support is near the 16,250 zone, and the 100 hourly simple moving average below which the price might gain bearish momentum. In the stated case, the price might drop towards the 15,500 support zone. Technical indicators hourly MA CD, the MA CD, is now gaining pace in the bullish zone. Hourly RSI relative strength index the RSI for test is now above the 50 level. Major support level 16,500 followed by 16,250. Major resistance level 16,817 1018 thousand.

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Solana Price Prediction: Why Upsides Could Be Limited in SOL

NewsBTC

02:54 min | 1 d ago

Solana Price Prediction: Why Upsides Could Be Limited in SOL

"6 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Solana price prediction, why upsides could be limited in SOL. Solana tumbled below the 20 and 15 levels against the U.S. dollar. SOL price is now recovering, but upsides might be limited above 15 and 17. Soul price traded as low as 10.92 before it recovered a few points against the U.S. dollar. The price is now trading below 15 and the 100 simple moving average four hours. There was a break above a major bearish trendline with resistance near 12.45 on the four hours chart of the soulless pair data source from kraken. The pair could face a strong selling interest in near 15 and 17 in the coming days. Solana price starts short term recovery this month, Solana price saw a strong downward move below the 30 level. There was a strong move below the 25 and 20 support levels. Sole price even dumped below the 15 level. Finally, it found support near 11 and traded as low as 10.92. Recently, there was a minor upside correction similar to Bitcoin and Ethereum. The price was able to climb above the 11.50 and 11.85 levels. Besides, there was a break above a major bearish trendline with resistance near 12.45 on the four hours chart of the Solus pair. However, the pair is still trading below 15 and the 100 simple moving average four hours. On the upside, an immediate resistance is near the 15 level and the 100 simple moving average four hours. The next major resistance is near the 17 zone. It is close to the 23.6 fib retracement level of the main drop from the 38.75 swing high to 10.9 too low. Source Solus on trading view dot com a close above the 17 zone might send the price towards the 20 level in the near term. Any more gains might send the price towards the 25 level. Fresh decline in SOL if SOL fails to clear the 15 resistance, it could start a fresh decline. An initial support on the downside is near the 13.00 level. The first major support is near the 12 level. The next major support is near the 11 level or the recent low. If there is a downside break below the 11 support, the bears might even push the price below ten. Technical indicators for hours, the MA CD for bomb bust is losing pace in the bearish zone. For hours RSI relative strength index the RSI for bomb bust is currently above the 50 level. Major support levels 13, 12 and 11. Major resistance levels 15, 17 and 20.

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Institutional Investment: Due Diligence For Cryptocurrency

PrimaFelicitas

00:37 sec | 1 d ago

Institutional Investment: Due Diligence For Cryptocurrency

"6 a.m. Monday, November 21st, 2022. Institutional investment due diligence for cryptocurrency. Institutional investors carry strength to influence the market. The non monopolistic nature of this currency has truly swept the market. With individuals devoted to adding digital assets into their portfolios and the maturity of the crypto market, it is inevitable for institutional investors to dive in too. Expansion of the digital asset market and the availability. The post institutional investment due diligence for cryptocurrency appeared first on prima felicitas.

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Coinigy UI V2.35.0 Release Notes

Coinigy Insights

00:28 sec | 1 d ago

Coinigy UI V2.35.0 Release Notes

"11 a.m. Monday, October 17th, 2022. Coinage UI version 2.35 .0 release notes. Crypto screener GT ad RSI relative strength index to screener crypto screener GT improved filtering, searching, and column sizes crypto screener GT fix for shorting on screen or crypto screener GT performance fix for screener with large pages sizes wallet decimal precision fix add demo mode with detached.

Rep. Chip Roy: The Terrible Recruitment Efforts for Our Military

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | 3 d ago

Rep. Chip Roy: The Terrible Recruitment Efforts for Our Military

"Congressman the Chinese Communist Party has to be saying to themselves gosh we are so lucky to have such a potentially incompetent enemies in this government over there I mean they're not doing any of this It's almost as if they could have intentionally infected us with this woke virus to create a substandard military I mean think about all the things you know are going on right now at our military Our nuclear triads falling apart we have a shipyard shortage So if we God forbid there was a national emergency and we needed to build more ships we barely have the capability to do it Our fighter aircraft are way behind schedule We can't figure out a way to get pilots anymore I mean these are just we can't recruit our army recruiting guidelines fell short The numbers As you said I mean the list goes on and on If I had a few minutes on the phone I could go through more and just research them These are real problems It's not as if Russia just invaded Ukraine and China is threatening across the straight either I mean this is a serious time requiring serious people And meanwhile the United States Army puts out a recruitment video that's focuses on a little girl raised with two moms who joined the military to find her inner strength and shatter some stereotypes In Pride Month the air force tweeted an image of an air man surrounded by a rainbow flag There was no American flag in the image Now compare that to the posters from World War II with Uncle Sam patriotic I want you Sacrificing Rosie the riveter All the things that this country has done and all the people have done And coming together over our differences figuring out how to make sure that we're integrating and doing the things we ought to do And not ostracizing individuals But having a culture of achievement the rallies around freedom and the American flag and isn't a woke indoctrination social engineering camp which is what it's become And I want to be very clear Republicans are just as guilty because we fund it We don't demand that they stop it and we do it because well chip what else are we going to do I'll tell you what you do Use the power to burst to tell those SOBs to stop screwing up our military so that we can defend this country

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British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak makes surprise visit to Kyiv

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 6 d ago

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak makes surprise visit to Kyiv

"Britain's prime minister has made a surprise visit on Ukraine's capital Kyiv for talks with Ukraine's president Arriving at Ukraine's presidential palace as snowflakes fell from above UK prime minister Rishi sunak shook hands with Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky as they joked about the weather in his first visit to Kyiv as prime minister sinak promised to send Ukraine more air defense technology including well over a hundred anti aircraft guns The $16 million air defense package comes as Russia has been pounding Ukraine's energy infrastructure the barrage on key targets including the power grid has caused widespread blackouts for millions of Ukrainians amid freezing weather Sunac praised Ukraine's strength in the face of Russian aggression The courage of the Ukrainian people is an inspiration to

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Senator Josh Hawley on the Unconstitutional Censorship of Americans

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | Last week

Senator Josh Hawley on the Unconstitutional Censorship of Americans

"Play cut three 75 senator Josh hawley on fire three 75. A federal judge has just found as a finding of fact mister secretary that your office and I'm going to quote now is supervising the nerve center of federally directed censorship. Facebook writes again to HHS and highlights that Facebook is increasing the strength of our demotions for COVID and vaccine related content. We have example after example of this administration coordinated apparently, according to a federal court by your agency, pressuring coercing social media companies to engage in censorship. Is that constitutional? That is unequivocally false. It's what the emails show. It is unequivocally false center. You are not pressuring the big tech companies to take down accounts. You are not meeting with them to ask them to censor on your behalf. That is correct. We are not. Senator hawley, either he's lying or the documents are lying, your thoughts. He's lying. I mean, this is a guy who lies and he lies and he lies. He said there was no disinformation board. That was a lie. He said there was no plan to coordinate censorship across federal agencies. That's a lie. He lied today about his own internal studies in the Homeland Security department that had been published. We could see them. They've been leaked to the press. They say that DHS wants to make a top priority monitoring and taking down a quote unquote disinformation by Americans on what topics you might ask. Oh, on topics like COVID vaccine. COVID mandates, U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, what does this have to do with keeping Americans safe? Nothing. It has everything to do with censorship. This is this administration's top priority censoring Americans that they don't like. Charlie, it's sick. It's unconstitutional, and we have to stop it.

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Why Diversity Is Not Our Strength

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:13 min | Last week

Why Diversity Is Not Our Strength

"So I was thinking about this in Denmark last week, always listed as one of the top happy countries, Finland number one. The people who assess these things have biases, most people do. And they believe that the more of your needs that are taken care of by the state, the less you have to take care of yourself. And the more the state does, the happier you will be. So I think it is true that you will be more content, I don't know that you will be happier. Happy people look at their lives as one of achievement, whether it is in the micro, making a family, or the macro in the professional life. And I don't think content and happy are the same thing. I also might note again and again and again. One of the many lies of the left is that diversity is our strength. It's just not true. The least diverse countries are the happiest.

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Why Arizonan Voters Need to Cure Their Votes

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | Last week

Why Arizonan Voters Need to Cure Their Votes

"Let's talk about ballot curing. What is ballot hearing? So let's set the table what we were just talking about Charlie. If pima's drop for Carrie comes back, even moderately favorable, just above unfavorable. She's in this thing. What did Trump win that dropped by like 51 52? He won it. I think it was like 52, 48. And she's outperforming him and she's out there. She's outperforming. So if she gets a 54 or 55 vote drop, update of drops in pima. She's in this game. She just does. And that means that this race could come down to hundreds of votes. This could literally be Bush V gore Florida 2000. That's what we're looking at. That's what we're looking at. We're looking at Bush V gore. And now it all makes sense. That's why these psychopaths have walked this thing. It also makes sense the very vanilla tepid press release that Katie Hobbs released today. Well, here's the deal and let's not speculate too much, but let's talk about facts and how much this sucks for Republicans and why they screwed Republicans on this. So the process to cure ballots, curing ballots means that you're fixing your ballot. So if you sit in a mail in ballot, let's say you screw up your signature, or you have a random mark on it, or you don't fill it out properly, then they get set aside and they give you a chance to correct it. They gave you a chance to correct it. So they call you. They call you down. They vote or verify you, and then you're able to fix your ballot and get it counted. That's curing your ballot. Democrats have more. One second Andrew finished Tyler. Democrats have more than Republicans, typically, but Republicans are just really bad at this. We just basically most elections across the country. We just like phone it in, we don't do it. So right now I just came Charlie from the vote carrying center. We have literally hundreds, probably close to a thousand people. How do you lose if you have a thousand people ready to cure ballots on a Monday? Meaning like this is with strength. But it matters it matters who the person that needs their ballot curious. So there's a story that just came out today. We're going through the list and I won't say if it's a Republican or a Democrat, but they just discovered that a guy has been dead since like 2001 that had his votes in and that needed cured.

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DEA’s most corrupt agent: Parties, sex amid 'unwinnable war'

AP News Radio

01:03 min | Last week

DEA’s most corrupt agent: Parties, sex amid 'unwinnable war'

"A man known as the most corrupt agent in DEA history is not going down without a fight and he's talking to The Associated Press about the party's sex and money amid what he calls an unwinnable war on drugs Jose rosary admits to conspiring with drug cartels to build a life of jet setting cars jewels and lovers but the former DEA agent in prison for diverting millions in drug proceeds says he's not alone in his giving up names of other DEA agents We knew the game We know DEA is about stats So our case is brought them stats And it got very good press Everybody was happy all the way around The feds are questioning two dozen agents and prosecutors Irizarry calls the drug war unwinnable to catch big fish the fed's launder millions of dollars on behalf of drug cartels It was a very fun game that we were playing The DEA says it's strength and discipline and hiring policies to ensure integrity and effectiveness I'm Julie Walker

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Nick Cannon Announces the Birth of His 11th Child

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:54 min | Last week

Nick Cannon Announces the Birth of His 11th Child

"Anyway, I'm moving on. Another day, another Nick Cannon baby. Yes. I know we've all lost count. And I wouldn't be surprised if Nick Cannon has lost count as well. Only this past September he and Brittany bell welcomed his tenth child the other day, it was revealed that Abby de la rosa just popped out his 11th, but Alyssa Scott is still pregnant with baby number 12 he'll be likely arriving next year, Nick may be birth announcement, the girl will be called beautiful Zeppelin cannon. Why are we taking this guy serious at any level? Beautiful, Zeppelin cannon. That's nothing short of being an asshole naming your child beautiful Zeppelin? You know what? He went on Instagram, beautiful day from beautiful Zeppelin cannon to arrive. Mommy, I love you. You make it all looks. How many times did you tell the mothers I love you? This is insane. Mommy, I love you. You make it all look so easy and effortless, but I'm forever indebted to your tireless work of constant dedication, diligent effort, selfless love that you give to our children and myself not to mention, your vaginas always open 24/7 no, but he didn't say that, but he is clearly thinking that. Beautiful is privileged to have such a loving and spiritually inclined mother your resilience and strength doesn't go unnoticed. This is like, this is like these are bad hallmark card note. This is such band writing.

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Why Songwriters' Compensation Should Matter to YOU

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:02 min | Last week

Why Songwriters' Compensation Should Matter to YOU

"Out here saying, well, why does this matter to me? And I want to address the why it matters to you, 'cause I'm on the outside. I've always joked about that the only thing I can play is the radio. And that's about it. But for me, it was always, I came back to that understanding that the music and songs and people who could express that, growing up as a site troopers kid in north Georgia I had books and I had music. And those are the two things that took me out of the Peninsula. Frankly, that I still live on today. Took me around the world. And as I grew and I found out about this issue, when I first went to Congress, nobody really wanted to take it up. It was one of those situations in which one you had to actually get in and understand it to try and to try and fix it. And also you had the fact that the ones who you were trying to help were fighting each other all the time. It was just, you know, after a whopping said, we're not going to do it. But it hit me about the first little bit of time, and I called you and said, we're going to do this. And that I have fed my family. Out of what comes out of my heart out of my mind out of my heart through my hands or through my mouth. That is how I have fed my family. The God is provided for me while I was a pastor, a lawyer, wherever it may be. And that has value to it. And in this Internet age today, there has been this discussion that what you get on the Internet is free or music is free. And so for you out there, if you're wondering, okay, what is this music modernization all about? It's about actually getting people paid for what they've done in your life. Everybody who's listening to this podcast rundown can think of a song and it will take it to that special place. It could be a sad place. It could be a I mean, there's music out here right now that I'll immediately start crying. There's songs that out here right now that I'll immediately start smiling. You know, those are the kind of things that matter. And we were losing a generation and going to lose the future for quote, the freedom of music on a phone or on a laptop or anything else because the ones who were riding those heart strings. Riding those joyful strengths were not being able to do it. And get paid for what they were worth. And I

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It's Difficult to Process the Horror Unleashed on Americans

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:32 min | 2 weeks ago

It's Difficult to Process the Horror Unleashed on Americans

"One thing on one, when we talk about these things, tremendously difficult to process the horror that's been unleashed on Americans. It's very tough because we've grown up in a world where most of this stuff was held at bay. Most of it, you have been aware of it much more keenly and you've been vocal about it over the decades, but I just want to say that I believe that until we're actually defeated, we have an obligation to hope and to fight. And of course, much of that has to do with prayer. We've got to pray because we need spiritual strength, but despairing there are people, plenty of people I know, they are almost, well, no, they are. They're just absolutely inured to these things. They just think like, well, look, that's just the way it is. Things are bad. America's under judgment. It's over. What's the point in fighting? Let's just get our water purification tablets and slim jims will go to the root cellar and hide until Jesus returns. We don't need to fight. We don't want to fight. We're just going to go to our caves, which already done. America's under judgment. And I think to myself folks, you have an obligation to fight, you have an obligation to care to face these things. And if you don't, you are part of the problem. If you don't vote, if you don't share these things on social media, if you don't do whatever it is that you can do, if you don't find a church where the pastors care about these kinds of things, you become part of the silent problem. You

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On this week's AP Religion Roundup, in the midst of an uptick in threats against Jewish school and houses of worship, Hollywood takes a constructive look at antisemitism in American life.

AP News Radio

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

On this week's AP Religion Roundup, in the midst of an uptick in threats against Jewish school and houses of worship, Hollywood takes a constructive look at antisemitism in American life.

"On this week's AP religion roundup In the midst of an uptick in threats against Jewish schools and houses of worship Hollywood takes a constructive look at anti semitism in America Last week the FBI issued a statewide alert in New Jersey That spurred heightened security at Jewish synagogues and schools Public warnings about threats against Jewish institutions aren't unusual Now TV and film studios are turning their focus toward the uptick in anti semitism We were gonna make Steven Spielberg's semi autobiographical film the fable men's focuses on the director's family and the roots of his film career Fables actor Seth Rogen says he relates closely to the movie segments on anti semitism I'm very aware that the only reason my family is in this country is 'cause people hate Jewish people and we're trying to murder us He says it's shaped his own life and career Honestly I think it is very meaningful that of all the things Stephen could put in his film and focus on his life that he chose to include the story of kind of overcoming antisemitism On the small screen viewers of the calling on the peacock service quickly learned the new show isn't a typical police procedural This job it would be easy to lose faith in humanity Detective Abraham is a scholar of human behavior from his study of philosophy and his orthodox Jewish faith This is not a detective that I've ever ever seen on TV And I also didn't think that will come on TV Actor Jeff wilber spoke to AP about his role as a Torah cloning detective In a Jewish detective was biggest strengths is believing in humanity and this is what leads him to solve the most inhumane crimes Matthew tinker the show's executive producer says he hopes the show will help dispel hate and misunderstanding It's beginning a conversation which at the end of the day is what leads to any acceptance in this world I'm Walter ratliff

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Biden's next 2 years: Changes afoot whatever midterms bring

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden's next 2 years: Changes afoot whatever midterms bring

"President Biden is said to address the midterm election results as congressional control hangs in the balance The White House says the president watched the returns into the early morning hours and this afternoon he will hold a rare news conference even though his name was not on the ballot He is record was and his presidency set for big changes no matter which party ends up controlling the House and Senate Aides and allies say he'll spend the next two years focused on preserving gains made during the last two perhaps under GOP oversight In one or both chambers While Democrats showed surprising strength in several key races the AP vote cast survey of voters nationwide showed about 6 in ten disapprove of the president's handling of both the economy and the presidency itself Sagar Meghani Washington

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Dems show surprising strength; control of Congress unclear

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dems show surprising strength; control of Congress unclear

"Democrats showed surprising strength in these midterm elections and Pennsylvania Democrat John fetterman flipped a Republican controlled Senate seat and beat GOP opponent doctor amendment Oz I never expected that we were going to turn these red counties blue but we did what we needed to do Democrats were also successful in governors races winning in Pennsylvania Wisconsin and Michigan but Republicans have held on to governors mansions in Florida Texas and Georgia where incumbent Brian camp won reelection defeating Stacey Abrams in a rematch of their 2018 race I'm Donna water

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A Reckoning Is Coming

The Trish Regan Show

01:26 min | 2 weeks ago

A Reckoning Is Coming

"Talk about what's really going on because this is a kind of reckoning if you would. And I think this is the wake-up call, frankly, that the Democrat party needs. Things have gotten so out of hand. When you feel that it's somehow more your duty to be handing out big giant checks to kids who signed on the dotted line and chose to major in. Who knows what in some of these very woke universities that are just printing money, frankly. Our children's expense, when you think it's more important to give them money than to actually try and create a prosperous economy and have lower gas prices and lower food prices, then I think there's something that's out of whack. And this is what Americans, in many cases are going to be voting on today. I think this is the number one issue in this election as it should be to me. Okay, look, I'm a broken record. You know me. It's always my number one issue. It's really all I care about because as I've always said, you need a strong economy to be a strong nation, right? You have a strong economy, therefore you have a strong military, military, therefore you have strength in terms of your own security. And this continues on through so many different levels, whether you're talking about having a strong border, whether you're having about talking about having a strong education system, you name it, it's about strength, but so much of that strength, let's be honest with ourselves, it does come back to something as basic as money.

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We're Expecting Big Things Tomorrow

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:17 min | 2 weeks ago

We're Expecting Big Things Tomorrow

"It's the day before the midterm election. And we're expecting big things tomorrow. Of course, these big things are dependent upon you exercising your right to vote, do not put that off. Don't avoid it. It's by showing our strength now on election day that we bring about real change over the next two years and further it should be a very good day. The house is almost certain to fall into Republican hands and there's a very good chance we'll take the Senate, the question appears to be by what margin it looks like the people that know what they're talking about are predicting 52, maybe 53, maybe 54 seats for the Republicans. Those will be good numbers. And by the way, they set the GOP up to come close to a 60 seat Senate in 2024. Number of seats opening up more democratic vulnerability in 2024, assuming that we set things up well and run a good run a good campaign.

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"strength" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

Building Psychological Strength

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"strength" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

"The buildings psych. Strength podcast you can find me on apple. I tunes in pretty much everywhere else that you get podcasts. And i'm excited alex for our conversation today. Because there's so much alignment between the work that you do and the work that i do and All be just for our audiences sake. I'll be coming at today's topic with various psychological lens. You could probably tell from my fi- gassed ever heard podcast idle. We'll.

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"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"As well. That makes sense yet. does i like that. I like the sprinkling. Id getting getting a little bit in getting it across. And i think it's still keeping the things that are most important to you as the main things. It's just getting in a little bit of the things that maybe you haven't done that. You know you do need which is really what's holding everyone back right. It's like the stuff they need is usually the stuff they're not doing so it's like oh get a bit of that in and it and i like it kind of experimental aspect to i like i think you. I've done it myself for you like whatever to use your example. You do the front squat. And then you go do some stretching and then at fox you fucks up so i think it's if you training you like hang on. That's not a good coupling and that's why you start to figure it out yourself yet. The show like my my favorite couplings again. It doesn't have to be just flexibility. Flexibility could be strengthened strength. Writes a one of my face. My favorite coupling talking about strength work in particular moving in. Let's say bob l. is lifts enhance stance the completely opposite. You know kind of like you're breaking the by. Let's engages seen as a pool movements right depending on how you look at it right Guess what handstands is isometric so. There's no bending the elbows. Whatever it is neuro. I guess well you notice this dictates anything right or everything right. So it's like we can actually use a condition Strength pieces well and because of the deadliest kind of people are just people who the body. So much ed up so they just so much aware of the bodies they can translate so much more as opposed to you doing sits just just wolves and just being cooked and cooked and coke in i in the last night you like. I got it in trembling fooling them. Kind of Can again be smart with how you do. Things and being really clear on nike is said. What would the project is. What you'll you'll maintain is using that ends. Hanson is example effectively to expected to back than a lengthening. Their it's okay to pushing pool Nervous system is isometric work. We do touching go dead lifts you know kind of temporal. So that's not bouncing not reset and stuff go. That's like hold onto the fucking bob bell for thirty seconds or whatever it is practically and as i just for time right now when you come fresh into the day when you when i do some handstand. Push up or hanson balanced weapon. You know if you recovered your bandwidth in nervous system you had the strength you never systems can kind of like it's being conditional as good to go kind of thing as well you can focus on the school.

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"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Kinda crab walks in things Thing but i'm talking Rights as like okay cool like that's the priority. The what is the rest of the body doing. So what are the things that can do consistently and frequently that isn't as high of a high intensity but he's not gonna take away from your strength work because you can uphold that most of the time so we have these bunch of stuff that we like to kind of do Like you know the the foundation leaving you like which design in a way that is in high intensity ri- will contribute over time massively in your ability not just to be flexible but also you know stable in certain places things like hanging right. You doing a deliberation hebert just like hang grip. Strength is going to open your shoulders up confesses fine whatever you wanna call it right and you know maybe just do passive hang. Maybe actually kinda do coupla variations. Maybe do act passive hangs you know maybe do a couple of polls or scott pulls is you activating your laps. Guess what breaking the. But that's what you need right but if you think about a focus you extending us the rasic so we can get nitty degree like this way. Be a body is actually how we get more supple and then the strength what compliments and does what it needs to do if you have time and space then it can come back to again. Okay like i've done my strength Have a little bit time. Slot have the energy. Okay now i can go into different flexibility protocols which is going to help me Different ways does that make sense right. So that's a dentist example. You know If i was to give another example where should we go you know. Let's say upper body transition. You guys like the ring work you know. Let's say has been the ben's out the beds transition you know that it'd be loves the push of whatever kind of stuff will kind of just do what.

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"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Because it's going to have a huge impact not just in the full wolves as a gym but also outside their lives right. You know a horse you know. We don't teach them to lift kind of in the first. Whatever kind of stuff but being to hejin wicky do that. Most different ways being able to breathe on how to breathe and obviously in the context of jim environments way more interested in kind of the price of things right so again if the underlying principle is teaching me how to breed and they have you okay mechanics and we can go straight into teaching them. The concept had a bryce without loading them up choosing movements that is to challenge the coordination their wellness and also the ability right And we had the shoulder stability as you boys know for strength you know being able to be strong in wide ranges motion from a shoulders is super important. While it how we stabilize the showbiz also kind of you know slightly different in each positions right so we get to you. Know explore that avenue things like the hanging variations thank variations is kind of stuff it's pretty straightforward But if someone doesn't quite get it then it's also easy to regress things right than the a fourth and last one as a single leg work you know so. Of course you know. We can. As i mentioned before the fundamental patterns like the hinge and swap You know a lot of people. I love you as we probably could sell but window to teach people how to squawk kind of meeting squad at aim very often kind of probably ninety percent of the tried like we don't go to the In oakland of anytime within the first six eight months right. We're interested in developing single work. Can you actually stand on one leg. All right can use. That's a control hinging motion in that single league. Okay more anita element you know. And that's that's the kind of you effects if you say you know can they. You know an old. These four underlying principles retied into three categories. Which is like you know. Hansen which is their awareness can execute this movement with you know being able to breathe and also hinging and balancing leg right. It's like the underlying principle. You know i and then you had the ability right as i can actually control this if we gave you something else. Can you not live. Mock you up a little bit. I can you actually resistance because third last right strength. That's the easy pack. It's like do more than he did last week..

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"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"One of the things i think about when i look at your your training and zone through social media is you. You've often and i don't know if you do it a lot now. But you used to super set a lot of mobility and heavy strength work. And i remember vividly. You doing a really heavy dead lift for wraps and then gone back bridge. And i think like that's like daddy sarko like that kind of combination of movements in the one workout really speaks to the hall of athos of what you end and us what we value in in training right where it's like the ability to do everything and it's not like you're trying your best not to be linear about it. Can you talk a little bit on that. Sort of less. Conventional approach to developing strengthened mobility. Are i mean there are different ways. We can go about it. I mean most simplest way. I'll just speak about it. As if kind of i talk. I talk about this with everybody. Who walks through the doors of aim. You know no matter what they experienced and stuff as the first thing in anything is being away on kind of in in this case. If strength is the end goal know the conventional way is just training right. You know there's plenty of literature. Data's plenty of programs that bid that will get us. You know swallow jacked. What if you follow from eight to be to see and things like that. What it doesn't count for is obviously you know kind of a you know who that individuals they live context. They learning abilities. You know kind of you. Boys have young families of two guys train as much. Since i've had. I haven't been doing ju jitsu like you know kind of like old being able to train the way i was doing everything has had to volve so the thinking behind you know. Kind of training for me is effectively. Well what's the end minds. And what's the. What's the best way that i'm going to hit multiple different. Modalities right one. Simple dallas Multiple different goals. That had so as i say. Strong bending skillful Strong suppleant savage right. Whatever you wanna call it effectively The goal then. Whatever i'm going to do has compliments kind of one of those things at lates. So when i get into session. That's what i have in mind. You know kind of like an unmoving towards the project of the goal that i have you know kind of is good to make me stronger. So what way can i transfer this to anywhere else And obviously the way. I wanna see you know. Can i marry the both to give

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"strength" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

Building Psychological Strength

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"strength" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

"Hey everyone this is april before we get into this week's mindset minute monday episode. I want to make a quick announcement coming up on wednesday september. Fifteenth ashley smith and i are hosting an absolutely free live. Webinar called foundations of psychological strength in this webinar. You'll learn what psychological strength is all the components that go into it. You'll also learn how it operates in your day to day life and finally will teach you one of the most effective techniques that is out there in the research for building psychological strength again. This is an absolutely free webinar. You can join us. Live register at peak minds. Psychology dot com backslash webinar or swipe up on whatever device. You're listening to and click the link in this episode description. Okay let's get on with this week's episode. You're listening to the building psychological strength. Podcast brought to you by peak. Mind the center for psychological strength. This is mindset minute. Monday as human beings one thing we simply have to learn to contend with is our emotions they can get the best of us at sometimes. The thing to remember is that an emotion typically arises when we're interpreting the facts of a situation or applying a judgment to something that's happening or has happened or will happen. What happens when you remove the judgment. What happens when you stick. Only to the facts of the situation nearing tries simply stating the facts of the situation that you're in and notice your instinct to judge or predict. Try this out and see how you feel. If you benefit from our content please drop us a rating and review on itunes and do share this with others who might find it valuable. We'll see you next week for another mindset minin..

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"strength" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

Building Psychological Strength

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"strength" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

"Be and how we wanna last noticing what your brain is dealing and then being able to make choices mobilize the things that we know. Lift us up. Fear is not logical. It's primal hello happy. Wednesday and welcome back to the building. Psychological strength podcast. My name is april ciphered. And i'm your host so many times we talk about building strength. And it is a topic that gets misconstrued because people think things like gratitude practices and some of the work that we do and the techniques that we talk about on. This podcast are akin to pretending like there's no hardship. Bur no adversity in the world. You know we've done past episodes on the difference between a gratitude practice and toxic positively toxic positively meaning a situation where we deny the fact that adverse difficult challenging things will happen in life. We put our rose colored glasses on. And pretend like everything's okay when it's not we ignore are difficult emotions and we move on as though there's something wrong with experiencing hardship in life when in fact it's just a it's a fact of life where psychological strength really comes into play is when the chips are down when it's really tough when life hands you adversity or worse. When you're in a crisis situation psychological strength is something that we practice and we work on and we develop in our day to day lives so that we are strong and we have skills and capabilities when we need them. I'm gonna give a quick analogy. And then i'm gonna talk about why i'm driving in this way. The analogy i wanna give is basketball. We've given this before on the podcast. Let's say that you are a professional basketball player and you want to do well in the upcoming nba championships right. Let's say that that's that's your goal. You're not going to practice. Free throws for the first time during the nba championships. You're not gonna perform very well if that's where you're getting your practice instead you're going to set up the opportunity for you to practice free throw after free throw after free throw outside of the context of when it really matters you're gonna practice these techniques in order to create the muscle memory. You need so that when you're in a high stress situation like the nba championships. When you're in a situation when it really matters when you're performance needs to be on point you can rely on that muscle memory on the strengthen the skill that you developed outside of that during practice you can rely on it and show up and perform in a way that gets you through that situation effectively. I give that example because in our lives you know so many times. It seems like it's not worth it to practice. Mindfulness practice gratitude. Practice having an observing separate relationship with our thoughts practice emotional intelligence and and emotion labeling and all these other things that we talk about on the podcasts. There's so many and we'll dive into a bunch during this episode so many times. We think that work just isn't important in our day to day. Lives but i want to tell you that when you encounter adversity when life hands you.

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"strength" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

Building Psychological Strength

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"strength" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

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"strength" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

Building Psychological Strength

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"strength" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

"Think about you know we talk a lot about overwhelm. Cognitive decision fatigue mental load. Those get talked about a lot in the context of like managing a family or in your job or whatever but they really apply this notion of cognitive overwhelmed. Cognitive load decision fatigue all of those related cousins of psychological things things they apply in any situation where there's too much information or too many decisions for you to manage or make given your current capability. I can imagine this is an exhausting experience. I mean you're talking about trying to forecast and predict the feelings values decisions behaviors whatever of nearly everyone and and a completely changing set of potentially implications for it forever. I mean that is like exhausting. I can imagine like you just. It's got to be so tiring to be in that position just like mentally Yeah it is. And i think that's one of the things that's been so cool about doing. The the queer impact collective has become such a a safe space for people to explore the things they don't feel comfortable or safe to do yet out in their businesses and so what we talk about a lot and really the underlying goal of something like the collective is to manage some of that cognitive load in that space me able to talk about fears about being out in their businesses on accepting families. Erasure it within the queer community not feeling queer enough to be able to brand themselves as queer entrepreneur or different things like that and when those things get managed in a space where they feel safe to do so productivity sales showing up boldly in authentically on video or in their social media presidents or on their podcast because they have been able to manage that in a safe space create so much more room for productivity that then creates this ripple effect permission slips for other folks who for taking in that content or accessing those services to be able to do the same thing as well that's really the underlying thing and it.

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"strength" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

Building Psychological Strength

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"strength" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

"Every damn has their capacity. It just does and if you don't release pressure somehow it's gonna come out at a weak point it's gonna come out sideways. It's gonna find a way to release. Its own pressure. Human beings are a lot like that. Where if the pressure builds off if the anxiety builds up if the distance you talked about builds up we can either choose to release it and decide how it's gonna come out or it's gonna come out sideways. Typically in the form of some other type of habit that helps us avoid or numb or lesson or disconnect or whatever it happens to be like we will get that need met. Just maybe not in the way that we want to and it's just because we're human beings and that's how human being animals work you know like so much of what we talk about. Building sites strength is this is just how minds work. And if you're a human being with a mind this is this is how it is. It doesn't mean you're weak or deficient or wrong. In some ways it means your mind is doing what minds do and that means so much sense in this context that if that pressure is building up some has to go somewhere yeah and i think that's. That's both that operates in two ways. I think for it can create these very challenging. Maybe you could label them. Negative or less optimal experiences and behaviors. And it's also the reason that a lot of folks in the community do such amazing powerful work in art and in service driven sectors where they have the freedom to express themselves if that ends up being the outlet. It really can be a superpower as well. It's just like you said how that gets expressed depending on which weak point of the damn all the things that are being released through. Go both ways. I could totally see that. That makes a ton of sense. Okay so you go through this process of realizing coming to the understanding that okay. Yup it isn't just a face. it's not something that's going to to go away. Brad pitt can walk in. It doesn't matter. It's not him or any hymns. But then i can imagine. There is another like even bigger potentially process of coming to full terms with it.

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"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

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"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Yes one of the first one of the first Articles it was ever written about me. I'll go quarterback jura one case. It's literally. I think anyone can pull a program off the internet. Anyone can talk watch. But i'm one of those people that like. I think for a program to actually what everything has to be done like really pedantically want everything done properly. I want to focus on my muscle connection. I won't even feel it where they should be feeling it. So i'm riding. They're getting in there and like manipulating the bottom line. No this is we you need to be. You need to step back like an inch further or you need to be leading slightly more. You need to be doing this or think about why call by whatever. Whatever is the key lock. I'm really hands on with my gerard. Talibans yeah wide columbine. That's an interesting q. Because i feel and it was funny hopefully personal shoulders down it. Does he think wide collar bones. It it opens you through the chaser automatically foes laps. Yes and that was a pilates. Like my i love. My fitness lava siphoned white. Sharing was actually a pilot. So i feel like a lot of the cues that i use in pilates. All we're used on may have now headed across the whites very very cool and especially with female clients. They respond very well to pilots cues because it is about lengthening and strength thing and women respond really well to that young guys. Find it really. I want you to crack a walnut between you. Jake's respond better far more aggressive but he responds really well. It's like think about your belly is being really flat wide. Because that's essentially they want flat tummy and if we talk about trying females when it comes to call for a lot of people call off traditionally it was all about doing as many sit-ups as you could and i remember i did not on this month as well. It was about the difference between having that bulky six pack versus the really flat drawn in kind of abdominals that you say on women who do pilates or who do a lot of yoga and that if you consistently going to flake consistently pushing the muscles out that's how you train them to become so if you're consistently doing sit ups and ads in that flake shimon. You're pushing out the rectus..

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"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"I did left another in a place. Like ninety eight. That's nothing in the scheme of things but my god. It was like the best of her life. She made me take a video of it. She took the video back to who workplace. She shouted all the boys at work. She's likud today. I deal after thirty days and it was awesome and honestly she sent me the most beautiful message about training about feeling strong. She's like honestly. I just wanted to say thank you. This is the first time. I've really felt strong. And because i feel physically strong. I feel mentally strong. And i feel i can say no and i can sit boundaries. I can ask for what i truly deserve. I've never felt like that. So thank you. And i was like and that's what strength training is about like to me is nothing more rewarding than saying someone become empowered in their training and then watching how they apply that that new strength both mental and physical to the rest of their life. I that's what our job is. All about is probably the most beneficial one hundred percent. And i can't tell you guys enough. How much strength. Training has played into how i feel about my life and how allowed made a deal with many things that have come up It's a modality. Might not seem like a modality that used to deal with me to health but it absolutely. It's can you kind of describe. how data like carrie. How does what you do in the gym. Translate to how you might react in situational or view something in life. I think i mean we talk about resilience on the last pocus. We did a lot of stuff about resilience and resilience is experience show You know you're using those hard experience life as you deal with those hot experiences in life you live them. You learn how to adapt from them and then the next time you experienced something by that stronger with jim. It's kind of the same thing. It's almost like you go into the gym. And you do the hard thing you do. The really hard thing that you potentially didn't know that you're capable of and then you complete the really hard thing and now you know you're capable of it so now the next time you go to really thing go fuck year of goddess. That's what the gym is all about. It's about making yourself do the hard thing so that you understand exactly what it is that you're capable of going forwards well put i have my moments Simplified and it's it's so true in that cloudy ios probably well i kinda soon but it definitely would have helped to deal with say the bullying in the workplace and stuff like that absolutely. I think so. That's cool what's in terms of. You're talking about some of these things that that that someone might you know the misconceptions things that people think about string training or about being in a game that kind of thing and looking at it through this lens of like women and strength training water some of the some of the misconceptions there that you find yourself sort of addressing in educating your clients on and maybe or that you that you say within the industry towards women like you were talking about china's rolling their eyes and walmart conversations. Look thank you know. I've had when i first started training. And i i didn't wanna do any upper body training..

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"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Who's come out you know. She made the booty jaylo here in july. Kind of like single hanley made the booty belfi the the belt. Yeah that's new terminology for today. They made that learning really sexy and really Something that women wanted to a spotty. They wanted this and they started coming in and asking specifically to get shape and strength and size in that area And then i think the advent of cross fit you know i mean crossovers called many things and all of us believe that the raise them with fixing a lot of people is because of the injury risk. I say it's just ought to do with the coaching in the programming. But you know. I think cross fit made lifting weights sexy for women. I think it really did. I think it really highlighted. That women can be all powerful and compete on the same playing field as main ken. And that's really fucking sexy. I think that did a lot for the strength. Industry agree i cross fit definitely gave a place to celebrate muscular women as well where you go across jim and you say you say not a lot of normal looking people but you will you generally say some women like in little show little little tiny tops and then a muscle and that's fucking coal because as a look. You didn't really see that anywhere. Unless you watched fame bodybuilding. Yeah and it was definitely wasn't as cool as rakish fame. Odds didn't aspire to look like that they didn't you know i'm being in hong kong and i mean over the they tiny like giant and i remember women coming in and being like you know i i really loved the way the way you look is great but ida won't all those muscles. I don't wanna look like here. And i'd be like you think that by common three.

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"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"So i wanted to. We wanted to get you on today to have a chat about strings training because obviously this is a huge part of your life and it was something we didn't even touch on in the last episode and specifically strength training for women. I have a couple of things that i want to pick your brain on about it. But there's would it be safe to say that the the culture around strength training thing that women use as part of their fitness regime is shifting in recent years or is that just in a little bubble that we in. i think it's definitely shifting And i think i may china. I think it's kind of twofold. I definitely think that. When i first started being in the training industry a lot of women would come to mind concerns about. I want to lose weight. That was a. And then. I think i sort of i saw it starting to change when i came to sydney and i had a lot more coming in and being like i want to build a booty all i wanna get strong and you know i think again like i think it's i think you've got women like height spot kim kardashian. Who's come out you know. She made the booty jaylo here in july. Kind of like single hanley made the booty belfi the the belt. Yeah that's new terminology for today. They made that learning really sexy and really Something that women wanted to a spotty. They wanted this and they started coming in and asking specifically to get shape and strength and size in that area And then i think the advent of cross fit you know i mean crossovers called many things and all of us believe that the raise them with fixing a lot of people is because of the injury risk. I say it's just ought to do with the coaching in the programming. But you know. I think cross fit made lifting weights sexy for women. I think it really did. I think it really highlighted. That women can be all powerful and compete on the same playing field as main ken. And that's really fucking sexy. I think that did a lot for the strength.

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"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"strength" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"You just could actually though that was the biggest thing that connected with okay. Cool that Feeling of freedom when different styles and people with different interests makes the community a little wibran's land that something that's The very first day. After i signed up for the internship i came here to train and was the lost week before the covid shutdown I just fell in love with the place because margot straining handstands and he was giving me tapes and stuff Joey was doing his own stuff. And there was a close writing. The jets never will super friendly And the crowd was super diverse. And just the places will life. And i just fell in love with that fantastic. That's great i'm so you did you serve for. Did you finish before you came here. You're already finished. Yeah already working in a studio in the city. Okay personal training studio. But the culture and environment just wasn't there wasn't old school kind of like what's that place gold. The mcdonald's of personal training vision make vision your region. But go okay. So you ready. Don't don't pay and then like how was that for you. What type of people do you usually work with. And what type of people do enjoy to work with and oversee using your body white methods in those sessions house. Your house your coaching going at the moment. So at the moment. I primarily do online coaching. So that's something that i transitioned into when covid hit Actually just stopped doing in that studio just before covid so and i thought i'd be doing like outdoor classes and stuff and in a way. That was a perfect storm. so up a bunch of clients For all premier league places like russia. America japan through various connections Like dancing for example was people people that i done. Salsa and they want to improve their core conditioning and mobility for that in particular and That's that's been the majority of my coach works or just Online coaching strength. Dancing strikes dancing. Although i i don't really wanna make it my niche Because it's it's very narrow. And i don't do that much density myself anymore I just use blithe awaits strengths as a foundation for anything that people can do so here they have like an active hobie. Be at a bit climbing offense. Seeing or mountain biking body weight strength is the best foundation for making sure that you can push through its yet so the dope and not get injured That's if you do it right So i started coaching year. After finishing their internships been having blossom With the group classes will tribe. Now i'm looking to start. Pt and small groups in here so You know beat with tribe members or just bringing my own little community in here. So that's that's what's in the works at the moment unreal gotta ask muscle-building body weight training. Get people ask.

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"strength" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

Building Psychological Strength

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"strength" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength

"You're listening to the building psychological strength. Podcast brought to you by peak. Mind the center for psychological strength. This is mindset minute. Monday it is so natural and normal to feel like a victim when someone else does something to harm us or when circumstances don't go our way. Life is full of challenges like this and they can be incredibly tough to deal with the field of life design and the practice of stoicism have a lot to say about these types of situations specifically this other people can decide to make you a target but only you decide to make yourself a victim. Let that sink in other people or circumstances beyond your control could very well be the reason why you're in tough situation. You find yourself in but only you to decide what you do next your decision to take control and accept responsibility or not will determine whether you are a victim. Think about how you'll respond try this out. Dms on instagram at peak winds psychology. To let us know how it went also. We just put up a brand new quiz. That could reveal some interesting things about why you might be feeling burnt out. The link is in the episode description if you benefit from our content please drop us rating and review on itunes and do share this with others who might find it valuable. We'll see next week for another mindset minute monday..

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