17 Burst results for "Three Times A Week"
"three times week" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"For the start of the league. They'll play each other three times. Week in week out, which is something that's completely different for women's Paris sport. They'll compete against each other in the league and then at the end of the season around May time they'll go into the playoff play of positions where they'll play semifinals and finals to crown the champion. And it's being broadcast live. On the BBC, what impact do you think that's going to have on the sport? It is like we say the visibility for any sport is really important, but for disability and inclusive sport in general, just to make sure that we can show people exactly what the sport is about, how exhilarating it is, how fun it is to watch, but also the physicality and the strength that the athletes have, it's no different to any other team sport that is already out there. And who are you backing, Joe? Are you allowed to say? I'm afraid I've got to stay impartial. There's some really talented players within the league, so it's great to see we've got GB athletes, but we've also got a lot of young talent coming through, so it will be interesting to see what happens. Oh, joke, come on. Let's celebrate some of the young talent. Name some names, who should we looking out for? You should definitely look out for the Cardiff met archers squad. They've got some really young talented Welch athletes that are coming through that are pretty exciting to watch, so that they want to watch their playing against East London Phoenix, the following week, but lots of GB talent and offer at the game this weekend with Worcester versus Los burlin in brilliant Joe Richards. Thank you very much. And that will, as I said, be broadcast on the BBC. And we'll probably be talking about it on woman's hour once again, so let me know if you watch and if you enjoyed it. Oh, your texts are coming in about all the things that you've missed and had to make excuses for. Alison says, I've missed many occasions and has used many excuses, but my regret comes from the times that I should have canceled and been brave like Adele. I was crying listening to apology. What has she got to apologize for? Nothing. And that's the response a lot of her fans have been saying to her. That's interesting. The times that you've turned up when you wish you'd canceled, and someone else has texted in and not given a name, I canceled my wedding out two weeks before I was due to get married, even though I loved my fiance so much. We were best friends and marrying him didn't feel right. It was the hardest decision I've ever had to make, but definitely the right one, 8, four, 8, four, four, is the number to text. Now, we're taking a trip back to the 90s..
"three times week" Discussed on Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene
"Obviously in lots of cases. I mean it also depends who is how good some. Yeah picking up on which generally say yet but If you someone who's ready learn dick. Open witches on english going to Then the from asthma house definite advantage so something that we also look at something. Asking in from sample is how many other languages you already speak. So how familiar are you with the idea of the concept of picking up another language. Now you walk us through what a class would be. How long is it. Do you have a set lesson plan. is it individual. Groups is at once a week. What what's your protocol. Here will the types of lessons. I just say i would say i'm going to say this in russia for the which i'm trying to say i need to learn english right. I'm here. I need english right and you say well. This is how we're gonna teach it right. Yeah what what would be my options. What options could i have as a student. So usually it's group lessons The two hours wants wink Just a regular format and then now of zero nine and you'll get some homework in between And that's that's basically what we won't redo but sometimes she gets All just people in general like businesspeople who needs pick long which really quick And then we say three times week rooney the have the heavy intensive cools So it really depends also on the how house you wanna go. How much do you wanna learn. What timeframe basically how much. I'm out for her work Can somebody in your experience be competent with the language in two months. Six weeks a month elliott. What's the minimum amount of time. You think it takes. I know that's a difficult question to give an exact answer to but is there a like. What's the fastest ever saw. Somebody go from nothing to elise conversant. That's a good one. I'm not sure maybe a month zero. Okay probably some people's like me still struggling to pick up dutch If you just you know average You will take I think Well they say like a number right sense from but in a year you can. You can be basically up my sandwiches. That's the case. I think Can you share some success stories. You've had like maybe you know you don't have to name names or anything but you know maybe some stories of this student came to me with this and this is why like case study. We would call it here. Well actually i think the interesting success story is not one of my students but one of a group students that my business partner type vote their family and i think is really interesting because of its mom and dad's army On they had like Pitchbook with is the family The parents Academics on the reading interested in philosophy but also technology It on the sun as well on my business fought not created all these lessons round all the things that they really interesting and i think in six months time they went from zero to compete to and peak level..
"three times week" Discussed on Motivate Grind Succeed
"The fourth thing is to realize that cumulation compounds cumulation compounds to this until the that i die and that is that jim quick small simple steps from his book. Limitless are key here. Little things add up. Think about the the penny that doubles every day. For thirty days you start with one cent and as a doubles by the end of the year. You have millions of dollars yes. This is usually used to get people to invest but the concept is what we're gonna focus on here. Doubling the penny every day is accumulation and the focal. you're focused on doubling that penny every day no matter what and as you focus on that you begin to accumulate more. Let's say with exercising right. You start exercising. Let's say three times a week and you keep that up for three months seriously. No excuses and i can guarantee you will see some changes. You're gonna like to see in the mirror. And that's the power of cumulation and why it is so important when it comes to discipline because as you work towards whatever you want and accumulate whenever you need going towards it not only. Are you achieving your goal sooner but you are building the discipline as well but we can't stop there because you also need structure to this cumulation thing which is why my number five step is to make a routine and stick to it. Sure you can exercise three times week but if you have no structure to the days when you work out or what muscle groups you decide to work out. You're eventually gonna lose drive and fall or right back into what's comfortable aka. What you were trying to get away from in the first place there many tools out there to help you form and stick to a routine. Some people use to do list. Some people use calendar some people use online softwares like notion hashtag sponsored etc etc. But the point is you need to find what works for you and use that platform or platforms or softwares or journals. Whatever you use to schedule ever rethink personally. I use a to do list for daily tasks and a calendar with notifications for every event for tasks later on in the day week month etc. Some people may see this as very very annoying. Always getting a notification for you. That may not work for you but for me. This works great since. I always have my phone on me and i was smartwatch. Watch on so. I can constantly check. What's the next thing to do if you're new to this routine making thing. I suggest highly that you schedule ever re thing others before even eating and sleeping which point six by the way because scheduling everything trained your brain to become cognizant of how your time is actually very limited in how you really don't have time to waste so off of that topic now onto step sake which i mentioned like five seconds ago and that is to eat right and sleep right..
"three times week" Discussed on I Learned Something in College!?
"One riper effortless. Okay so this is gonna be kind of a free form topic because this could go a lot of directions that you got it a little bit. But i wanna talk about streaming and we talk about a specific platform to but for purpose of defining. What what i mean by streaming. I'm talking about using a platform like twitch or youtube or facebook gaming and streaming live to audience on that platform. Usually it's games. Sometimes people just like talk but they're usually is another content than either games are talking so yeah talking about game streaming yeah. I watch a lot of basically edited stream content on youtube. But i really haven't watched much like livestreaming stuff. Yeah okay. so let's talk about that. I then which i think is the industry standard. We can probably say if you're not sort of at the youtube seen or the twitch senior all basically how it usually works is if you're both which is common you'll stream on twitch sometimes you'll stream on youtube but usually twitch and then you will will your editor but sometimes it's you will take highlights from those streams in up would highlight video on youtube. So jordan's talking about being part of the audience that only watches. The youtube pilots is opposed to the actual stream itself. which is a larger audience then watches all the streams. So that's not that unusual. I was in the same boat until probably mid twenty twenty. There were several people that i watched the highlights of like followed them on youtube and i watched whenever there highlight but he was came out. But i didn't go to their twitch stream at some point in twenty twenty that kind of changed for a lot of people as you might imagine stream views pretty much skyrocketed over the pandemic which probably isn't surprising to anyone but yes it did significantly increase. I didn't really understands the appeal of live streaming as a consumer until around this time. And it sounds like you. Maybe don't either if you don't really watch streams at all. Yeah i've tried watching streams before but it seems like a lot of like downtime and law technical dealing with stuff in waiting when i sell the option of going to their youtube channel and watching like the best parts of whatever stream they were doing and condensed amount of time I feel like most people. I watch on youtube. That do stream highlights their length of video is about the amount of time. I wanna walk. Watch them for any lake at any period. So twenty minutes Yeah gotcha okay. Yeah so there are a few reasons why you would be like interested in streaming as opposed to watching youtube pilots. The obvious reason is if you're watching it for an extended period of time usually highlights are it. This is very dependent on what type of content creator you are in sort of what your main focuses as content creator but i would say that most people who do twitch and then do the highlights on youtube probably release about twenty to a hundred minutes of content week. Usually in the form of twentyish minute videos. So they might. They might release once a week. They might release like every day for example although that would be extremely high output in terms of you probably need multiple editors to do something like that or like a fulltime editor. Which is pretty expensive and hard to come by your channel would have to be very popular or you would have to be very interested in starting it up and spend a lot of money and time to do that for you to be able to output that much so since a lot of streamers do edited videos what is the appeal for you march of watching streams if they put out the videos anyway. I don't watch that many streams. So here's something. That is a little bit unusual. About how. I watch streamers from what i understand. This is quite just unusual. I don't think most consumers do this. But i have a very big habit of watching. God's wishes after the stream areas finished the stream the stream still available for a certain amount of time on youtube forever unless you delete it and twitch for a couple of months. Sometimes i will go back and watch those after they're done and then i'll skip around for if there's boring parts or something like that. Most people when they watch streams. The reason that they're interested in watching the stream is because of the engagement with a streamer which is something that can't happen if it's not live so that would be the biggest appeal compared to watching a youtube video or guy de watching the vaud if you're their wallets streaming you can talk and chat which is a very big draw for a lot of people. There's also a pretty good chance depending on the size of the stream in how many people were there right now that you're going to actually be able to talk to your streamer and that is a huge draw for some people. It's probably less of a draw for me. But i also don't usually watch people who don't have like thousands of us at one time so it is much more difficult to get engagement with the biggest streamers if you're in someone's chat in fifty thousand concurrent viewers right now. They're probably not going to have time to talk specifically to you. So then what's the draw for you watching bud's usually because it's more content than the youtube videos. I'll find a new content creator. In then i will watch all of their stuff right now. That's sort of how i always have been wear. There are some people that i watch for a long time and i keep watching their new stuff. Is they come out. But it is much more likely that i will get bored because i've watched all the content and the only stuff that's coming out is is new in the rate of new stuff isn't keeping up with how much i want to walk. How many hours you were watching day before. Basically yeah. I honestly don't watch. Tv shows alone. So i watch youtube or twitter alone. Ans- if i run out of one content creator in the only stuff i have is new stuff sometimes. I'll go watch the vodka instead. And i'll just skip if i'm bored but yeah if you're watching a smaller streamer who has. This is still fairly big but say they have like three hundred people at a time more than half. Those people probably aren't going to be talking and chat so at that point. You have a very high likelihood that you're not only going to be able to like say something to them in for them to see it and maybe react to it. You're probably going to be able to have a short conversation. Engagement is very much a part of it is also a community thing. It's not just engagement with the streamer. It's also engagement with every other member of the community who is also there so that is definitely a part of larger chats. So if you're in a chat with a big streamer in there's three thousand people there eventually. You're going to start recognizing them. If you keep coming back you're going to be a regular in. That has the same sort of feel as coming to the same place every week to have dinner or something like you. Just start recognizing people okay. So it's like a social event. Yeah you can be as social as you want to be in I'm definitely someone who towards working which is not saying anything at all. There are a lot of people who are constantly engaged in constantly talking usually in response to the streamer because most streamers ask questions a lot. That's one of the biggest rules of streaming is like never leave any silent. So they're they're going to either be narrating what they're doing or their thought process or talking to chat or asking questions or starting conversations about random stuff because they don't have anything else to talk about so they're going to start opening up or something like that that's generally how streaming works. Every streamers different some have more concrete boundaries. About like how personal they're going to get onstream but for the most part streamers talk constantly engage with czech constantly and that's the appeal for most people if they are in twitched or youtube livestream chats. Or what have you. So what do you think is the piel for streamers. I guess like the attention obviously but it seems like a lot of effort if you have to be constantly engaged in constantly entertaining for what could be like an eight hour stream every day or every couple days. Yeah that certainly depends on what you're streaming schedule is like so some people will will stream every day but those people usually have shorter streams the schedules that i can think of off the top of my head range from like two hours five times a week to like four hours three times week to eight hours six days a week. Like it really really depends on your type of dreamer. People do different things to like a twenty four hour stream is a concept that people have and some people do it one of the golden rules especially of twitch streaming because of how its algorithm works is that you should be streaming as much as possible if you're trying to attract people so some people take that to heart and stream like as much as physically possible. It is a very common cause of burn out. I don't know if you heard about this. But at the end of twenty nineteen.
"three times week" Discussed on The Confident Marriage
"We're doing something good. Were giving something back. We're sharing our stories. And and i know that you feel better than you ever have And i feel better than i ever have. And that's what. I hope that people who are addicts or think they have problems but think they can't get beyond it is worth it. It is so totally worth it. And i would have looked at myself and said you're full of crap but it it truly is worth it and i've never heard something successful in recovery. Say that it's not worth it So without one hundred percent approval rating for those of us. Who get there. There's gotta be something to those sentiments completely happier than i've ever been and more fulfilled than i've ever been and just for anyone who is listening who may be in the throes of an addiction or anything i know that what we're saying sounds like bullshit but it's not know and it's you know i've got to know my children as wonderful people and i feel so bad that not only my alcohol my addiction but i had this workaholic addictions well where i own two companies and like. I said i was also a local politician A lot of that had to do with the fact that. I like to be busy because at the end of the day there. I was sitting by myself at my house. Wife of asleep kids asleep. And i can't play you know politics politics. I can't play magazine publisher guy. I have to sit there with joshua wishing really is and. That wasn't a comfortable thing for me to do. But now i can't do that and that's a wonderful thing and being able to do that. It's amazing how everything is truly connected at. I don't know how you live your life. I lived my life with a series of boxes. You know i had professional life. I have personal life family life. And none of these things interceded but that was me gas lighting myself. The reality is our life as a jigsaw puzzle. Everything is connected to something else and if it's not directly connected it's only one piece away and that's what. I think that we have to learn to appreciate recovery is that we cannot compartment allies. We don't have that ability. We're not doing it. We're fooling ourselves if we think that we do it and once you learn to let that you know idea of compartmentalizing though You know it's it's so much easier because everything falls under one umbrella. I agree with that. Also when one of the things you do when you go through recovery is you gonna take everything out all those separate boxes and throw them into one box and it all does go together. It all has a trickle down effect. It all absolutely and and and none of these Ha moments are bad things you know. The aha moments are amazing. When you're in when you're in recovery when you make one of these connections you know. You're the only one who believes this. Puzzle is keeping these puzzle pieces apart but when you put them together and recognize oh my goodness this happened because of this and i can deal with it this way all my goodness. I have a piece of the puzzle. I can see some of the picture and you keep putting these pieces together. And eventually you have this picture of recovery and it's it's it's a magnificently magical thing If you are willing to submit to it. I remember. Before i went off the first recap i went to was for alcohol and i was kind of pooh poohing it a bit to my therapist. Seeing the time she was pretty new to me a favor. Just give it a chance. Just listen to what they have to say. Just give it a chance. And and i was kind of that typical guy for five or six days so it was like now and then i don't know what it was you know. Maybe they're they. Were painting the food. I don't know but on the second day all of a sudden was like oh my goodness they're talking about me. I am exactly the person they're talking about. You know this is. This is totally about me and it was at that rehab. Were you know. I i really At the end of it got to start to explore the pornography side of things. I thought that my porn addiction was just bad choices. When i was drunk i never heard of pornography addiction to i went to my first rehab and my case manager had me meet with a certified sex addiction therapist off campus. And and that's when i started to you know when we started to get into some of the memories When we talked about the abuse when we talked about some of my attitudes towards sexuality and the the the ways that i made choices and live with my life and you know that was a giant eagle base. But it was like. Oh this is just another puzzle piece. This is a whole other puzzle. That i have to deal. But it's okay. I took that onto and you know what i'm here today and i would rather be nowhere on a friday night then then talking about this stuff. We love having you on the show in the full of so much insight and inspiration. I can't imagine what it feels like to be on that side of the aisle where you know that there's a problem you you don't know how to stop it and you don't know how to address it all that's how you get stuck in shame cycle which leads to further the addiction. It's wild because you you get to the point where you just start to beat yourself up about it but and that's when you get into the point where you're making deals with your cell phone. I'm only going to look at porn three times week. Okay well seven was close enough and you know. I'm only going to look at this for an hour in home. Oh my god. Four hours have gone by and i still haven't found the perfect piece of poor To to tickle the dopamine receptors It's it's it's like it's like being in jail. It's like having wearing handcuffs. It's you know this isn't healthy. But and you're still chasing that great high from way back when i mean my high. I don't share this story at khan. But my i was when i was like seven years old my baby sitters daughter. Who was i'm guessing. Nine hundred twenty. She let me touch her breasts and that was so sexually charged. I know that. I know that that probably was the thing that chemically or whatever once and everything off along with it was it was part but but it took decades for me to see that as a violation because i always look back on that. With huge fondness. You know it's it's a joke where you see. The you know the hot gym teacher and the fourteen year old boy. And my can't i be boy because it's an appropriate at sex-abuse it's gonna work your brain. And that's what happened to me and i had to. You know. I had to go back. And i had to appreciate that. Something like that was. The usa wasn't appropriate. It was not get did lead to a big mass and it probably is the high that i chased with pornography for years and years and years and years and years was i was just trying to feel that russia dopamine that i felt and i wonder how much of that is other men stories in other ways because i i know that women talk a lot about the ones that have experienced sexual abuse in that we know that it's it's very common among women to be sexually abused but i don't believe that it's it's not common in men. I think it's more common. It's not talked about. I think it's more common than than society wants to give it into. Maybe that has something to do with the fact that while boys our boys in you know it's particularly nice of i'm sure it worked my brain.
"three times week" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I was like, I want to follow John around all day, and I'm not doing it for you got totaled me around for six months, three times. Week morning in the freezing cold. I felt bad that one of those days you had to be a part of the magic trick I was doing on the street and we handcuffed you to something I don't know, but we did get you out. That's the important thing to write team over much from you. Here's what we're gonna do. Uh, And before. I just have one question cause I think there might be people out there and God bless you. That maybe don't actually know what tic Tac is, and I just I know that seems crazy to some, but it's an app on your phone and a lot of people don't use you know iPhones or android devices. And you watch these videos. Tim, Do you see most gifted you have Ah, range of the ages. That people are that use it like your viewers. You have any idea of The range we're talking about for ages. The general age of of Tech talk. It's like fetus is 15 years old, you know, But beyond that, it's actually starting to develop a lot of untold, er millennial audience now, too, And because they're tic tac doing work to bring instagram influencers over to create content. But I will say that my manager is I'm not going to expose her. Okay? Don't wonderful lady. But at least you know, you know, you know, 45 possibles stake, and I found that a lot of people in her community are actually on tech talk before even like millennials. Right, So I would say, you know, there's the younger crowd, And then there is like the you know 45 55 60, plus that on tech talk and creating content and the reason why is the barrier to entry? The period Creating content on the platform is zero. Wait. Tic Tac works is you can just write on your phone, shoot anybody That's interesting, and you don't have toe put tags or any information from people find it Tic tac toe. Just find people who are interested in that video and show it to them so you can scale up really quick with whatever your messages. As long as you have a message that resonates other people, so I found, you know if you have a message to say there's no place right now. Better than Tech. Talk to go say it. You know, other than to your question, wanted to get your Christian message out. Whether your, you know somebody who's trying to help save the trees, save the trees, You know, just if you have a good message out there, and it's something that's inspiring post a video about it because Tic Tac will help you find your community That's really interesting. The way you put that Tim and a team I think it's important stuff to remember as well. All right, we're gonna put you on hold here. And here's what I want to deal. His tic tac is about science. Science. I r. L And we're gonna play a game of Are you smarter than a tic tac? Er Andy Maser is already volunteering My eyes. Yeah. You gotta do your science. Wanna you're gonna be in I know histories are thing but you're gonna be quizzed on science. T Mose gonna be also quiz And then I want to call her 312981 72 100. I don't care if you've never heard of tic tac or you use it all the time. We're about to find out if you are smarter than a tic tac, er, all the sponsored by town Stone Financial. We go to the newsroom.
"three times week" Discussed on Tiff Talks Podcast
"Was consisted of and I think that's where I can relate to you guys like. This is something Super Roswell. I can relate to Diana's in so many ways like we go off tangent in just e because we've been starving for the last six months we never taught how to diet that. We were never taught how to I am by by no means you know you're you only know what she know and we have incredible incredible journey coach however. When you're you're good and people want to make sure that you stay there in a heap having new shows back to not be straightforward you agree with that. Ana. Yeah. I definitely agree with that in the in there is no reverse given. That was the crappiest thing is that you know you you really when you go on a diet at any, any, you have to reverse out of it. You have to attitude back in when you get your weight loss goal and. And I was never taught that ever in the verster. One of my i. The only? Five years never taught that. So it went from severe. To binging immediate, offstage, never this inbetween, right? Okay. So tomorrow wake up and a pancake house in scrambled eggs with yolks them like have these yummy neal's it was never it was like, okay binge today on Monday. Get right back on it on Tuesday. Night Eleven pounds heavier. You're like mentally battling this this this water. So Sony women sure can relate to this. So what is the one? I say this with all love I feel like new all gone through this for a reason and I feel like we've gone through I to teach others instead of looking at it is a bad experience sucks. But if we can take it now we've gone through it to Japan forward. Right we now he's how you completely the opposite express a cheap male had live a lifestyle to feel good look good especially now, you can actually go out with your. Friends and family without freaking out you know and actually be able to eat a meal. What's the one piece of advice? You can give women out there right now who are introducing or who have competed to help them with that healthy mindset knowing what's possible and to help through that if if anyone's out there listening and who are going through bingeing experience, know that you're not allowed and Diana dog jared ever altered go through that. So he could share a tip what would that tip oath to the therapist that our? notoriously. Having anxiety and you're you're not in a point where you might even be around food without being like I'm GonNa eat all this food and you're having your thoughts about food. You know, I, mean go see the eating disorder. You now have a disordered. Mindset about food so you need to go to a disorder that's not a bad thing. You know they're going to teach you how to come out of that in unhealthy. That's exactly what I do when I did my last Olympia will I did one last show right after the Olympia I won it left on a win yes. But myself through a year of outpatient or one year I went and saw a a eating disorder counselor and I worked with Nutritionists three-times week and obviously for it's got better but I really had. To just come to grips that like I had to learn how to love my body wherever that it was a one, hundred, sixty, five pounds. You guys had a learn Outta love my body where it was at from seeing it at one hundred and twenty five pounds rich to the Guillotine at one hundred, twenty by balanced. One, sixty, five, I mean. I really had to learn how to do that and It's possible. It's it's just all your mentality and how you treat your mind and your obstacle to your head so. I mean I i. really think if there's anyone listening who's struggling with food and you need to go see a counselor nutritionist. That's Earl Silbert books and what any jury to couple books. Yes all anything you can't eat better yourself absolutely change that mindset rakes. That's where it starts. Is that mindset? 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Call, it love at first sight moment that people explain I. Don't know but I just remember looking across the world went slow for like fifteen twenty seconds and I was just like someone just hit me in the face like I was like almost like drunk or knocked out. and. I just was like that is the perfect human I've ever seen in my entire life like I was like. I'm never. Said Dude for I mean, don't get me wrong but like that was a psych. So, the monster girls came in, we rented signing an autograph signing some of the Writers. And was like who is that? Because they're working in the semi where the monster girls are all day Where everyone comes up and get a drink and hangs out on their pit area and all that stuff. So I was like. You were missing the never seen an almost like. Don't be trying to get that do hey. Her like Oh. Okay. Whatever want standing next clearly me to seventeen for the record. Coming in are. Now I mean I've never wanted to go to a guy and be like what's up like I've seen, right? Awfully, very embarrassing. I I. Don't know why embarrassing but I could never bring myself to do that. and. So just watched him from a distance for like the whole hour and then he disappeared also. And Last tonight we went down into the stadium where the night show is and where the racing begins and all that and. I as I was walking into the stadium before the show started his guy I saw him standing to in the rig in the semi read. Was Stuck, its security will pass. That could escort people without passes. So. It was like hey. I had plant the seed plant, the seed plant, the seed, and saying, Hey, are you on? You're a stock and he's like I need to pass all the keys with me Sir come on come on come down here with me so I'm like thinking hot guys down. Either way going to get down here, and I got to see that guy again. So. I bring guy he comes in to that little area and then I get set up whatever. Judy's so about an hour hour and a half into the night, show all over and there's Ryan and I'm like Oh. My God I'm just like loved drunk.
"three times week" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"But it also seems a lot easier than trying to do with a pro team toe have some version of a bubble on campus. Where where you do you know, maybe the players do like a virtual learning where they're in a separate housing such I mean, that's They want to play that bad, and it's worth that much money that I'm surprised there wasn't some other option where you give them staying in a different area, and they're not just, you know, free balling it around campus when we may see that in some conferences before they cancel what Big 10 and the Pac 12 those of both canceled. Yes, and then or postponed and nobody else. You gotta live alone. Who are you? The TV's frozen. It's been from Germany. Just Hey, Josh. What's up, buddy? I'm fine with, um I'm fine with the college football, canceling I just I don't I don't like the way that I like where we're setting up. What he looks like, like a dystopian entertainment plantation. You know, we've got a fight island. We've got an NHL bubble. We've got an MBA bubble. And you know, like, you know, like you rather do that, Or would you rather have no sports? I would rather have no sport. Are you? Were you insinuating? Did you? Are you insinuating? Some sort of? Ah, racial lean there with your comment, sir. No, I'm just saying that you know, like Liv, you know, And if if we're looking at it, guys, I'm looking at it through a dystopian lens right where we're taking people that are like they are in, you know, like the top 1% of physical peak performance regardless of what sport is hockey, football, basketball baseball, You know, they're they're They're the cream of the crop in those sports on the professional level and the problem. Would that I have. There's nowhere you where conditioning ourselves to select those people to be isolated and separated from Well, they're they're choosing to do it like they're opting to play or not play like they can opt out of it and just not do it and make them and make millions while doing it, right. I mean, but But are they really because, um, it's kind of like a parent's shadows, slavery and share crop. Okay. He is making. Yeah, well, I mean, you make it sound like these people were kidnapped in the middle of the night and take some strange bubble where they can't leave or see their families. They have the option to opt out, and they're still making their millions of dollars right? Those who want to compete so badly are doing so despite the risks. Every right right now, But what I'm saying is, I look at it as a conditioning mechanisms. Were you look at it in a weird way to thank you very much. I appreciate the call, but that's a weird viewpoint, man. And I'm sure those with relatives that spent timed on really plantations would find your comparison offensive. That sharecropping analogy comes up a bit short. Should've alive. Hello? Are you still there? Let's get to the important stuff to junk it. Fog machines for the studio. Yeah, Totally. Dude, we got fog machines. We got chanting fans! As we head to the studio chant our names. We got groupies. We got riders. We got everything. We're rock stars now. I'll tell you what with those green screens and all that crazy stuff going on behind you on bone TV media from fog, and they're a disco ball. You'll come breaking in their black leather on that would be Robert Alford style black leather was studs everywhere, both on our route and always appreciate you feels take. You're the man later, guy. I love you, buddy. 77 5791025 and 807 711254 We still not gonna talk about the game at all. At least just say that it's no no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no Spoilers. Other people are DVR ing the game. But what about all the people that are leaving the show? They're not leaving the show to go watch the tape of a lighting playoff game. They're not. But what about people? They're listening that want to know? Well, if you want to know calls, not even a spoiler. It most certainly is Someone who DVR that doesn't want to know anything about the game. Well, you you don't want to know that it's that close Near the end of the game. You said too much already. You don't want to know that. It's a cliffhanger. Come on, man. Don't do that to people. I mean, I just feel like Tampa Bay's has got to be buzzing about this right now, and we're tying our We're we're just doesn't feel right. This'll doesn't feel right. Feels right to me. You gotta live alone. Who are you? Ha job. What's up, dude? How much that is One of the chime in on its okay. Okay. What do you think? Okay or not Okay to cancel college football this year. It's okay about me because I don't really get into sports like that. But I just wanted to bring up once we're gonna do the draft next year. NFL draft mess it up, like, mess it up a lot. Thank you for watching the game 77 57 Die 1 85 to grovel. Live alone. Somebody could get me an update that great. Hello, caller. Go ahead. Hi. This is Blake A Blake. What's up? I was just calling about the It's okay. It's not okay. What do you think? Okay or not Okay to cancel college football this year. I don't think it is. Okay right now. Tell me what I I think it's a little premature. Because you see schools like their sec Ineighty Sea there, I think you know you could wait and see like what's the difference of canceling it? Then you know, a months down the road. They already moved the season backto late September to start. So I think now is possibly jumping the gun and the other point is that these kids were in a structured environment right now. I know the SEC. I'm a Gator fan. So I love the FCC and they're testing. I believe three times week and so any player that is Gonna have the virus. They're not gonna come in contact with No on game days like it's almost they're testing. I think Fridays and Sundays is and then another day in the week, so I think there's a lot of us safety protocols in place. If these tests are like most normal test for athletes, they're paying someone else to take their test for them or the A D. Is having a baby and yeah, I mean, I'm not going to say like I would totally be with M sec like falsified test just to play. I'm not. I'm not saying they wouldn't do that. I like the NHL has zero test positive tests. I think someone else was taking those tests or they just maybe. Thank you. I appreciate the call. We're tight on time, and I gotta run. We come back. Potentially Good news For those of you who like Halloween themed attractions, and we're thinking about going out to Halloween horror nights. I would say surprising news. 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"three times week" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"That we we started doing Jujitsu three times week, and then we also did it for pt one time a week. So after after work three times and then one time four PT, we did it with the entire platoon and that led to us going on trips and going to like Nago going to like Copa and doing all the Gnocchi tournaments and we actually went and we like we. We did. To tournaments in Florida and then one tournament in South Carolina and then we did the Alex is held Martin Week, which is basically like spirit week for the military where unit versus unit in all these different things like football basketball, wound track all everything it's like basically just all everything that we do and we competed for our To represent our unit and. Between all that he walked away I I can't see him but I think I have a three gold medals and two silver medals from doing the Naga in the COPA. Tournaments. And then our. Our Unit one for the Marne Weekdays at first place. In that success to being like was instructor for I was he assisted instructor for our our unit as I was leaving the army and then posted I've done a lot since I've been out. So I was like, I have. Probably like roughly four or five years of experience doing it, and then just the maybe between five and eight tournaments that we've been in. I was. So. You're the perfect person to ask a question that Corey's asked me for years Corey go ahead and ask the question that you were asking me about as far as the beating that you take in wrestling versus a fight. Now that you know that he's trained in things like that because you've asked me that a couple times who better to ask than arrest. Yeah. I mean that's that's absolutely true and especially somebody who's more on the indie scene. You know like you were saying earlier how does like? Obviously I'm sure you've been acid a million times, I'll try to least word in a different way. So it's not the exact same question but how do the injuries stack up compared to a regular fight or like you were saying, no Nogi Gig tournament or something like that because I mean. Take Lynn Lynn, thome on that kind of stuff I mean that stuff's no joke Like I say go ahead 'CAUSE I. For me I've never been like severely injured in wrestling. Thank you. Know knock on wood I've had obviously being very banged up very bruised. Very. Sore that stuff. I've had a couple ankles. I separated my shoulder as the worst of the worst That I've had in wrestling which I would equate to this good training and then also like the fundamentals of wrestling And N. Andrew Jitsu and all the tournaments we've been in it's about how your ego your ego is will get you in trouble right? You have to know when to give off and when you can't get out and like and for me. My my platoon sergeant smoke Vance. The guy was like my earlier. He was probably five eight and maybe like one hundred, seventy pounds and I was To fifteen I was the fucking jijel like literally like referred to me as a soldier of soldiers and he would beat my ass every which way to Sunday and I thought going into first of all the time to grab how's it going, beat the bigger than them so much better than him like not better ties against on so much bigger and stronger I know beat up and not one time ever in our entire three years of being together that I ever be or even come close call you so much more knowledgeable. So in the times I learn I, mean especially, we had a lieutenant and she was maybe one hundred pounds maybe hundred ten. And she was also a relatively high outs. Ju Jitsu practitioner as well and I could I could. Be Her because. There was so much of a difference, but she can hold her own for a very long time and most attention you pull out over me. So early on in. In my you Jitsu and like in combative like. Training, I learned very, very quick that your ego is going to be going to get you in trouble and your eagles because what's going to get your your lives. Jack, Del is to get like hyperextension INS, dislocation, stuff like that and. By the time we get to the tournaments I. Knew. When a tap and like I knew that I, there's no push you any farther I know so like. I was I got. Just like what comes to mind is I arm bar to a Finnish once and lie always live like that like I could've I could've beat that I could have. Held on I could have like with a timer in like in hope that he descended shred my arm like frank near or something like that I could have hoped for. But being realistic and I, have you have your ego at check you know that? It's the same Breslin. You have one hundred other matches so you can't die in this one unless you're in a situation where you're making. A million dollars one, hundred, thousand, ten, thousand dollars for a fight. This is just US wanting to say we're the best unit were the best team where the best is So. Yes. I. Think that. Your ego for wrestling an purdue and for finding. is going to be the first thing.
"three times week" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Looking forward to kicking off your brand new northern Colorado home for the Colorado rockies says we will be carrying that rockies game tonight getting underway. Coverage does at five forty, five, looking forward to our conversation this morning at eight Oh five with all of the rules and the truncated season. Begs the question. When will baseball actually have time to play baseball? We ran through that. Gosh endless list of rules among them, no spitting no spitting allowed and all the social distancing all the testing in a time of copay nineteen, but what will the season looked like a for the Colorado rockies eight? Oh, five friend of all idol of many Ed Henderson Ed Henderson, of course, a major longtime major league, Baseball Scout, and also Koa's baseball insider at Anderson will join us to give a supreme view of the truncated rocky season at eight. Oh five, but hold on this for quite some time at least the past couple of days. Because, we run through these surveys of course, not with a grain of salt but with. A few pillars of salt and everything related to covid nineteen, while it seems as though the story changes every single day, but begging the question could a trip to the cabbage patch actually boost your Cova nineteen immunity. Okay, this Kinda tongue-in-cheek readily admit we'll put it out there, and you can decide so in the race to beat covid nineteen. The winner fit Welby Kimchi. This is according to a new study. Coming out of France. La La Foods containing raw. Cabbage maybe beneficial against the coronavirus by reducing the levels of a compound that actually helps the virus infect the body. Now this is according to the south China growing even more suspect morning post This was a report on Monday. The study found that the cabbage weather raw pickled in Sauerkraut or mixed into Coleslaw as well as cucumbers in Kimchi him, she, of course as well where I spend most of my time on the golf course, but actually Kimchi is defined as a Korean delicacy made from pickled cabbage and other vegetables could help you build up resistance to the virus now the European researchers said. The abundant antioxidants in Kimchi and cabbage and Sauerkraut could explain why countries where cabbage is a part of the. National Diet A. Staple like in Germany and South Korea had lower fatality rates than hard hit countries. Such as the United States Dr John Wolff's Cobb professor of Pulmonary Medicine at Mont.. versity in France said Diet may pay play a larger role in determining who contracts the virus, and how well they fair, actually fighting it off, he went on to say little attention has been given to the spread and severity of the virus and regional differences in Diet, but dietary changes may be of great benefit not slaps in Cliche, but it's long been said you are what you eat, right nutrition may play a role in the immune defense against nineteen might explain some. Some of the differences seen in Covid, nineteen across Europe adding that he's changed his diet to include rock cabbage three times week Sauerkraut once we can pickled vegetables, understanding these differences and protective factors like diet, but many others to is of paramount importance, and may eventually help to control these epidemics interesting, these epidemics, the study published in the Journal of Clinical and translational allergy looked at virus, death, rates and national dietary differences that found that Germany had significantly lower mortality as did. The Czech Republic Poland Slovakia the Baltic. States and Finland where cabbage is very very popular, wasn't in my household growing up. My Dad Eight IT ABBOTT Particularly cooked cabbage, because let's just say. The sent lingered in the household. Area. Greece Romania also had reduced death rates whereas fatalities were much higher in Belgium France Italy Spain in the UK where apparently less cabbage is consumed. This according to The Sun now most Cau- Former chair of the World Health Organization's Global Lions against chronic respiratory diseases said the antioxidant rich foods could be another Arrow in the quiver of researchers seeking to stem the pandemic fermented foods. He said have potent antioxidant activity and Han. May help protect against the severe ramifications of covid nineteen..
"three times week" Discussed on Fit As A Mama Bear Podcast
"Two about lying to yourself so happy Monday. Everyone we are jumping off the deep end this week because I want to talk to you about something that is super important but comes across super witchy so my apologies in advance. If you're new to this podcast thanks for dropping into a five minute Monday. These one of my favorites to record just because it is a little check in with the world rag kind of share my thoughts. My experience has been the last week. Emily just touch base. So I'm actually curled up with a macho allante right now because I have a serious obsession going on with them. Which I'm sure you've noticed I don't know why making my own is just become such a comfort. I'm loving it but what I wanted to chat about today is lying to yourself so this is not a comfy one. To bring up to be perfectly honest I have been so excited with programs lately in it. Just got me thinking Combo where your starting point is and where you WANNA be. I've been thinking about that a lot lately because Kobe gives you time to think but the thing is we lied a lot of people. I have clients who lied to me all the time about whether eating or their intensity workouts or doing workouts. And that's fine. I get it you you do always kind of want to amp up a little bit for your coach. But if there's one thing you can't do it's lying to yourself if you haven't actual finish school and you are hell determine on cheating this. There is no other option. Stop making excuses for yourself. You can making excuses to anyone else. That's on you but in order to move forward you have to take note of where you're at and push through that so lying to yourself. Making excuses is GonNa get you anywhere. It sucks and nobody wants to hear that I get it but your body doesn't care that you had to help your friend move so you only had pizza to eat or your kids. Were hanging off you like monkeys and retired at the end of that to do a workout as blunt as it is. That's just not how fitness goals are achieved. So what I want you to do this week. I want you to take a step back and take note of where you actually are. Not where you kind of push yourself to on your starting point but where you are realistically don't make excuses. Don't lie yourself. Don't pretend figure out where you are and make a note than I want you to make a plan to get where you want to be even if it simple right now you are one of those people who wants to be working out three times week. Yeah you do sometimes but not really. In fact the last time you worked out three times a week was probably six months ago so I guess you're not really there so that's fine. You're not quite there yet. How are you going to get there in the next couple of weeks? So the thing with fitness goals is it's on you. A coach can only provide so much motivation or so much insight. Your goals are up to you. They are in your control and don't let anyone ever tell you that they are not so. Don't make excuses and instead figure where you're at and freaking rocket have a great week everyone..
"three times week" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The flash sale itself he started that with our deep but the men are to pose your average Shorty throughout the game we maintain the lead from the second possession throughout the game and every time they cut it to two which was three times week standard lead back to five and seven and I say that the big credit to a majority and that's not the only big defense a performance that cities had lately because he had the task of of covering the one of the better players in the conference about a week ago against Utah state here's how talk a little bit more about say tomes is defense and how good he's been lately exactly right he was really good that night as well we had a chance to beat them here Cologne in cities just the top competitor he he's out very basketball savvy smart on the defense devante communicate very well it would be may lack in maybe a little bit of size or would be it his heart and his tenacity on the deep at the van to make him a good player the topo which my against an after that Utah state when you guys go down to the pit and it's like the worst possible place that you can go to try to continue moment some because they'd be pretty much everyone that goes into that place you guys don't win the game but did you notice a lot of the same the same habits in the in the same way you played against Utah state you played against New Mexico I I agree with that and I thought we came away even though without the wind confident to the point that you know Hey what were right there with everybody and we many teams are not included gone down there you get down twelve and then at the end twenty five plus we were down welcome and goes back to two with three workers action away lady game and we had some critical turnovers late that caused them a chance to win the game but we really battle play hard we read about it and we're good in the last ten minutes so I thought that moment we carry it to the boys again depot Povich my against us so now you turn to CS you which obviously is an an important game all of these are really inside Mount why stock playboy in state rival on there at Clune arena Jeez we've we know that Clune arena in the past has been a really difficult place for teens to come in and last year I thought that you guys really brought a lot of that back in the fans brought a lot of that back do you feel like you even Clune arena in terms of how tough it is to play there has even taken another step up this year I think so the other great crowd we had at Utah state all the cadets here we end up with a game by nineteen points and that was a big part of it off your plate on the floor but a play on the floor was energized by our fans that we've got great fans here in the spring and hopefully they'll be out full force on Saturday for early afternoon game against in state rival what we're both white beard what we have six placing them out west earlier in the year win will propel that team you know step ahead and it should be a really good game but we can get that place loud and outfielder it's really tough for policy come in one in one of those opponents of course is a nickel Kerr vice show this is been somebody in the past that has really been a thorn in the side of a lot of teams but you guys obviously included in that what is the defense of game plan going up against a player like that yeah he is really good and he's the best rebounders in the country than what the best post players a mile west of his time here it's hard to stop and six eleven you know we match up a little smaller we're gonna have to force him to look away from the basket maybe when he catches it inside if he does he catches which I'm sure he will have to send the guard down there and double the ball a little bit try to get it out of his hand them every time the shot goes up he's going to the glass but we've got to put a body audience is best office sometime in the office to read about a put back one one thing that I've noticed with your team a lot lately and our mutual friend Jim Arthur and I have talked a lot about this over the last couple weeks that one thing that your guys have done really well and it really became magnified against Utah state when it it where guys didn't everyone didn't collapse in on a you know in the pain everyone kind of stayed with their guy trusted that right whether it's Ryan or somebody else down low was going to handle their guy in there wasn't so much I guess over pursuing it into much helping even though that sounds a little oxymoronic too much helping it's always good to help but have you noticed that you guys you guys are a little bit more confident a any try other to say you know what he's got that guy maybe I help a little bit but I'm not going to it not five guys collapsing in on one in leaving those passes to the perimeter open I I agree with you I think it's our trust factor with each other the eighty dollar and how well our team gets along and how well they take the scout report and it applies to the game plan and we've done a better job of containing the ball then they try to stay with you one step closer to shooter so that once it does touch Tate passes out where they're better on against that that we will continue to build on is is we is removed here is that a little half the complex like we've got to do a good job of that as far as the size C. S. U. game not that anyone needs any motivation to go out to Clune arena but this is something that you've been doing for a while now it's really cool I talk a little bit about the coaches versus cancer aspect of Saturday's game and how we're all going to try to I guess like put you in the poor house this week now we okay so Kelly and I my wife and I is very dear to our heart I'm on the council coaches are just cancer in we're designating there these are game because next week is the national coach users cancer suits a sneaker weaker were both rob were out of town for both games they were going to do that who are sneakers and every person in tennis where to donate.
"three times week" Discussed on A Doctor's Perspective Podcast
"To see patients more than once a week home. Call house call type setting and then when you are somebody's place. Are you able able to put a sign out like hey can. You try to tell your buddies in the here since we're already etro neighborhood. Maybe you have like four or five neighbors that might want the same thing and we can just yeah yeah sure so two part question but first question is how many times to see a patient right and that's the thing that chiropractic right. It's super confident. You're gonna see patients to three times week. Upfront yeah for sure so you absolutely can. There's no reason why you can't a lotta doctors think that they can't because of the fees because you charge on house calls and then it's that believable convenience afforded and all that stuff so it's so much mindset he's the care they still need care and now they're paying for the convenience so you absolutely can and a lot of times doc will ask. Will you know how many times should i treat a patient. How should i manage their cases like that. That's for that's for you to decide because it's up to you in terms because of how many troops do you think that patient needs. You're just going to their health. That's the only difference the only difference now there is typically not so i noticed for myself and i'll notice artist with clients is that when it comes to house calls woman the common thread set doctors want to spend more time with their patients they feel to rush in practice so a lot of doctors will go from seeing patients every five to seven to ten minutes and we'll spend twenty to thirty minutes with a patient because typically what ultras will wanna. I wanna do primary services. I'll have so many doctors come to me and say i want to do soft tissue wanted to rehab. I wanted to try and what to do ergonomics. I want to do more posture good work so when they switched to these longer appointments what bill typically find is that patients actually need less frequent care because they're allowing their patients patients to be more advocates better advocates. Excuse me because it can do more appointments but in turn they're also provided more care pointed and i noticed that myself i was at a a a free three visits week associate ship and i will go down to one visit a week typically at the beginning now. If i had an athlete with an injury a major sprain strain repetitive stress yes you would see him a couple of times a week for the for several weeks just depended on the case but yeah you can absolutely see exactly as you would. In private practice your burn a brick and mortar. You're just going to their home office but i would also say that god's given also levity and that if they're providing more care service t._l._c. z. odds are in your favor that patients may accelerate faster. It's a win win because you get to spend more time with your patients charging for services. You're getting senate as cash. You're getting directly to you..
"three times week" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"three times week" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"This. But that does is talk radio six eighty WCBS. PC? With. Stays. You said, no. Stay show to talk to George Noory. Call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk toll free from east of the Rockies. Call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free. Call eight hundred six one eight eight to five five to reach George via Skype use Skype name George nine seven three one three sin, Georgia. Text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one from the gateway to the west. This is coast to coast AM with George Nuri, doc Wallach with us, our chrome critical health, news dot com, and we're gonna come back in a moment and take the rest of your calls on coast to coast AM. And not convention the steady, I would backing the carpet three times week photo with scratching all my lawn. Bouncing on the side of the bay keeping me awake. The whole entire night from all the scratching and chewing kind of makes you Roddick does your dog. It's scratched stinker shed light crazy. For all over the place. Come to dynamite for help the NO VI T E dot com. If you want the dog Albie company healthy dynamite is attrition. The magazine. Fatty acid flaxseed think he'll vitamins and enzymes replace the nutrients cooked out of most commercial dog foods. Up all my scratching his shutting is minimal. And it is such a pleasure to have my calm, relaxed nonshedding I'll be back, and I have to think.
"three times week" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"More minutes with anti sports, and I notice the heavy topic. And I get taxed emails and say, why are you talking about this? Because when you see a mass shooting happen what? Now twice a week three times. Week not every week, but a lot of weeks, and I think we have to at least try to start to move the needle a little bit. But I understand is not easy problem to solve and even law enforcement there. I guess they're basic point. Is you could do whatever you want with the laws you have to go after the individual that actually coming these acts and figure that out before it gets to that place of worship or school, or whatever, you know, the the sad reality is that and you and I both know this because you know, this because of the conversations that you had immediate aftermath of the of the temple shooting. And that is that nothing really. Maybe I shouldn't say nothing never say never say never never say nothing. But there is very little that can be done to stop someone who is hell bent on causing mass destruction. They will find a way if that wires if those wires are crossing their head that is they will find a way. And I think that what we're doing is the only thing that I can think of that that we can do. And that is to have those conversations. I get listen gun conversation is the fastest way. To get a Turkey thrown at you at the next family thanksgiving. But I think it's okay for us to have these conversations if we can do it in a civil way, but I am always open to hear other people's opinions and how they feel and where they come from. And I am I'm willing to hear from the mother that lost her son who is a police officer. By the same token, I willing to hear from the mother who lost her son perhaps was shot by another another person in a mass shooting incidents. So these are these are tough conversations. I am I'm wiccan comfortable. Yeah. I think it's good. I mean, I've talked to so many members along for tonight. And we'll do that this month, of course, with salute to service, they understand what's happening. And they don't trust me when they go into these situations that causes stress on their officers on their departments. And they want to try to figure this out. And they're doing everything they can to do that. I think where there's a there's a gap is between the relationship between law enforcement and legislators, and I think they have to figure something out there. And the first response shouldn't be to ban all guns because we live in a country that has the second amendment, and I think going that way people were plotting New Zealand, but that's New Zealand is a much different scenario much different country. They don't have the history. Have I understand this people in this country that believe, but the reality is that's not going to happen. So how do we figure it out beyond that? That's the challenge. It is communication is better education. And it's frankly sharing information between agencies between families and law enforcement because what's. Are they always say if you see something say, something, absolutely? That is so critical when you're talking about things like mass shooting, and that's one of the things that's going to be discussed at the symposium. We talked about is what are some of the sites. What are people hearing that they kind of dismiss how many times do we hear someone say, oh, I remember? So and so or I, you know, I do about that guy more often than not know though, somewhere between ban all guns, and let's let everybody have gone because it's our constitutional, right? There is a good discussion. In a productive discussion. I love that. The media are changing there are changing their tactics and following this. Don't name the shooter over and over and show his picture to take away the famous element love it tough tough conversation. But one worth having anti Schwartz. Joining me in studio today, we'll see you next different day next Thursday. Thanks for being thanks for having. All right. The news is next. It's time for the four at ten..
"three times week" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Kendall Gill said, well, I didn't really think the rotation. You know, worked out the way that coach which is the same way of saying he left the regular on the bench to long now. Normally, fred. That's coach's decision after the game. Boylans? You know, what maybe it was me. He said I like to let the second strain. You know, he said, it's it's it's tough decision. A thin decision. Sometimes you wanna leave the second-string out the longer you remember with the flash mob was like you remember the day, and they were out there because they establish their playing time and you want to get your guys do play. Well, and you look at it minutes wise Levin played thirty eight thirty six for Lopez. Thirty five from. Stacey just like the fact that he kept a second benching. All right. I have to let them get their confidence show me what they can do that was his quote unquote reason for leaving. Right. And like you say the minutes were there for the starters. That's not the point Stacy and Kendall Gill intimating that well when when the wheels were falling off their late third or early fourth. Maybe don't wait. So long to bring in one or two of the starters instead of running the five bench guys out there. But here's the point when there's so much talking about tanking, and that's, you know, taking the thing, and we don't talk about a much anymore. You know, I was on this four years ago that was going to be a problem and everyone laughed and now people I don't know people think it's a problem or not. But it is it's inherently. Risky dangerous. When painting is so in vogue when a guy like Jim Boylan, and maybe undated simply trying to for the future. You know, give the second team out there. Again, Lehman crunch time. Every once in a while to see what they can do game confidence. If they don't play through losing the seventeen eighteen point lead one of the gonna learn. But then you could sit back and say the couch was told to tank the game. I'm not saying and say. I'm saying, but you run the risk when tanking is much in demand. Some. Odd that he didn't start bringing into stouter. I hear what Stacey Stacey never said. Anything other than I didn't like the road. Didn't think the rotation? I thought the regulars around the bench too long, but it opens up the door, and we're going to move to a million other things, but it does open the door for some people to say, well, the how come you didn't bring. Well, see. But by the way, you're going. Yeah. That just means that the majority of bills fans would be happy with Jim Boylan because he changed and they lost the game. I understand. So most the majority Ables fans are happy because the bulls had a nice lead. They showed what they can do. And then he said, okay. Well, now, we're going to we're going to let this one get away. Because Atlanta is idle we don't want to get too close to Atlanta as a result, they lose. They dropped the half a game. Now. Again, pick up a half the game or lose. I go get confused. Birthright. But yeah, the bulls are half game better for the lotto than they were before yesterday. Right. They are five games back of New York for the worst record in the league, Atlanta, eight and a half three and a half. Tween them between fourth and fifth place. It just gets perverse. And it's what happens when the lead the league is done their best. If I don't think people really analyze the like on your famous Tanka fan dad brand they have another page there, which actually shows you the lotto odds lottery ball is whatever you wanna come. And it really is restrictive where it's less. There's less incentive now to keep losing you. Hear people say I heard it to three times week. Well, the bulls are likely to pick fourth. Well, no, they're not not. If you look at the numbers. Sure, they have the fourth highest or lowest backwards seed. But they've still got about a forty five percent chance to pick fifth sixth seventh or eighth. It's not with people. If you want to spend the time because it's too many numbers. I don't want to do it right now. But the tanking issue will Sunday really put a coach like Boylan last night in a box where it looks like he is even if he isn't a short little bit of great conversation missile. Little miss a lot earlier this week and the guys. Camp. I think you're even it out to make the tanking. If you think you're going to get the automatic I pick. Now, it's not necessarily going to happen. Somebody can come up with something and say well vote about this. Or there's an unintended consequence here or there was it Sylvie the other day who wanted to have a tournament. We took the teams that didn't make the playoffs and they played off in the team that won that tournament gets the number one. Yeah. I don't know with anything would totally preventing aren't stop the tape common. I don't know if anything can totally prevent thanking. I know how to do it. But Fred, I thought you were very interested right in the show. Great idea a great idea. Eric you to write down that idea? Yeah. I like the idea of the tournament of the bottom sixteen teams that didn't make the playoffs get seated for how they finished the season and they play a tournament for basically revert like the winner gets a top pick. Second place gets the second pick and that sanitizers late.