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"tom trial" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

05:49 min | Last month

"tom trial" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Either cheese kingdom. Welcome back to the great british chief. Show with myself breath some cokes and tom trial so this is going to be part two day two of our chiefs all time draft and we've had a bit of a response from day one we to look to the first show and i i kind of know i'm not you blew out the water with your literally or i what three picks yet and i feel a little bit I i do feel a little. A little bit aggrieved by the fact that you might pick up to the grit as tight ends in history before we expect what's going on. Its review the teams quickly. Just let's give the might team. Currently is patrick behind travis. Kelsey tiny gonzalez. Tari willey rif will lead to near buck. Buchanan tim grunfeld brian. Watt is jarred out an album lewis. I'm brad state is derrick. Thomas emmett tell us will shields. But we bow jamaal. Charles otis taylor mitchell schwartz betas devon johnson chris jones and marcus allen to basically what we're doing here we're having a peace time drafted in case you missed it. We have picking whence free prize inside so we eleven last week. We're gonna pick twelve this week. Eleven offense eleven defense and then getting an extra playoff any position that we once i guy say can be an extra khirbet combination running back an extra day. Bay is just an extra player the we can pick to stop the person picking them to screw blinds basically the dots the road. And that's where we are. We're on pick twenty free and he's and he's brides tan and picked last. Yes abacus yet. You still be start with your with day. One with patrick mahomes which that was probably the easiest pig Book yes my first pick. I think i'm gonna go with block career as well. I'm gonna go straight off quinn right out of the blocks hair k. Because you're blocking me from yeah go our finger. Try and take another running back because you've already jamaal charles and democracy album. I think you're gonna take a running back. You'd think so. Wouldn't you know i'm not. I am actually going. I'm good defensive again k. Films now think in. Where's he going with this lee. I'm creating the legion of cub. Boom right ours. Come for the night of over nem legion of boom right. It was the legion of boom boom and now is the legion of Boom i'm going safety okay. Yeah yeah there's a lot less. There's a lot left there. So i'm gonna jerk. Cavities might be all right with this yet. But i'm going to go tirmizi. Okay i i give the police star after cfd up the boat tire matthew my block non-international the way it works. That's not the way cynical. I want to go block now. Known as a block is not jumping. Any point you on a is taking an extra position not taking an extra pay is as you get an extra slow for any position. So tari matthews you'll pick and now it's more it's like you're making the rules. I said it twice. I was cleared. All right okay. So i didn't get an extra pick no you. Don't you just get to pick up an extra slot at that position salon. For example i took travis kelsey last week and i took tiny as the flex. Now i am using blocker and i'm taking deferred tight end with basically i'm gonna lead you to choose between dmitri's haris and schule mcgrath a bonus who i knew you were going to take his your attend and now you have very little to choose from so i have now travis. Cousy tiny gonzalez and fred about us bo. So there's main smoke yet. Thinking i was being able to block it. And you're gonna take no it was it was I actually had a first choice. Second choice on that. And i don't actually have a second choice anymore. Organ sexual mcgrath. Can i love it. Love it love it hidden and then my next week. I'm taking time. So i'm reunite into holy rhode island. I'm having together. Pick tom but yet did tumble time. I'm lucky with that. Yeah very much so. I'm not as devastated as you would have been that. You've taken fred. I'm not devastated. It's a bit of a knock but it's you know. I'm creating a legion of kabuki here so you know. I'm glad that i'm happy with that. Right okay my next few picks now. I've already got derrick. Thomas is one of my defensive ends I'm gonna take another legend defensive end as well in neil smith nice. That's i think that's a nice kind of age. Rush coleman ron homes. They're not a bad match up. Is darren thomas. And neil smith on your side than on my side. You've jared jared allen and holiday and that's not that's not bad yeah without get picked. Okay so yeah neil smith. So that's my defensive ends. could you have gone. Yeah got both now. So i am now going to go safety again. Oh i'm going. Eric berry tire.

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"tom trial" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

07:51 min | 10 months ago

"tom trial" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Was GONNA. Ask You George well, your own split to the wealth of last year and you're heading off for surgery on your. Torso 'em to to try and rectify the problem that you've had with the sites that M it looks. Well, you've been in great form I mean did not have the desired effect. Not Really. Yes stove and give them a great. So that's been super disappointing actually. Just trying to sort of get on with the I, mean, you know it's that time of year we start right. You, gotTa Tom Affects during. So we're talking some more guys and we've also talked to the surgeon. And It has improved slightly So I don't know if it's Could be scar tissue, it could be. who knows I didn't hold you back in those tyne races before yeah I mean it was hurting like hell. But. You know if the forms Air Gas, you can overcome anything. It's it's it's doesn't sound Yeah, I mean, somedays you can deal with it better than others. You know when you're really up for it, you can suffer through it and. To a large extent. When you're a little bit off in heeds not quite in in really gets the employs you completely. Yeah. So here. That's. Yeah. Honestly moment on just trump it out of my head and we'll sort sorry for bringing. Yeah I mean a guess, the other, the other the other closes covid you'll be watching Jiro died Does Not win your mind as well. You know the kind of threat to the racing origin have to the as well. Off Man that's yeah. That's that's another one that's in the becky mom because I have been really good with it. You know I had just gone right? Regardless, of what I think trying to develop its own because. As you think if if you don't get refer is on, you're in trouble you know you show up there in Your House Austin You On those same meal you just can't do that So in so I sort of was able to put it out here and you know and just the does on wealth does on. What's happened in the last twenty four hours here. So I live in an Dora and down and eventually just doing a little lockdown. Girona just to snow and as you a Tom trial stuff And In new restrictions coming in and it's Sold the Baas and things closing again in an actually an an arrow to the as maternal. As. You can probably hear the screaming business school below me. Store. Down not. Close. Closing it. So. Yeah. This this this is new mattress coming in which which suddenly brings it the funnier mind again, the two zero you see all the stuff and you start to think a little bit like. The Justice, the Society of philosophy but on the other hand you can go right well. Maybe, being in a bubble in in the best place to be and I it's like the tour I saw. You you know. It's not fun too much criticism about some of the things I do of course, on the other hand, you got to give them credit for their for their bottle. The looks at least like a toddler ship than than the Bible in the stories of talking to the Metro boys that were that were. On the bus. So you know I've got faith in the. Bible, that that will get I mean, maybe we don't go into Madrid. Just out of. You know I mean, Madrid is really one of the worst places in Spain, but you know I think we. Will. We'll have a welter. That One of of grandeur and the thing is for me was interesting in this world is. The fact that it's like a reverse grandma so We. Pretty much know the winner. On the stage that ain't Tom Trial I. Stick with difficulties over to the clean stage the first on stage six. and. Then yet staged sittings. The time trial was just sort of breakaway sprint I think luckily diva but. With the exception of that it's it's really like a reverse grand tour. So You. Know I think we can have welter and and. Rice to the point where we at least to the point where we we say a real. But. Yeah the whole. The whole thing is the whole thing is is is really Just, I was planning on my mom's more than, okay. We're looking at a lockdown here. But you know we we're also on the strange. Time or the strengths position where like we want to go home to new? Zealand. At some point in the off season I mean normally mile citizen would have started a few days ago at long body or something and then. You know we have a month here and then we Got Zealand and say the family and friends we haven't seen for you. But this year we we just don't know if we can do it because there's a two week hotel quarantine and there's all these obstacles around that getting back what racing on his under on the so all these things. That you don't WanNa think about because you've got the voltage and. They are there and they are things that that do need a bit of tension because you know if you're going to to need to book your spice in quarantine, you need to work out if there's lots going all sorts of complications that somewhat distracting but I mean the moment sort of ignoring them think everyone wants to go to New Zealand. Surely just follows. Social. Distancing parameters I mean, if that's lock down in the the vars goes down. Let it run it run. And I guess what at least gave up and doing? I've been trying to just sort of like lump it through until there's a distributed vaccine but Yeah I just you know we were sort of we heard I reports october-november motive had a vaccine and to seem in December sort sort of start to be circulated but I think that was maybe very optimistic before their random to robots and. and. And now it's Yeah? From a cycling point views been it's been fantastic. Racing has is the only sport that really looks like it usually does you know fewer crowds by powerful not it looks pretty normal which is great. Great thing for cycling think but that's why I think like. You know I didn't know when I hear these stories out of the way that you know staying in hotels, all the people and all the stuff because. Does. Trump Volta Catalonia. They look at that and they are we'll? Look what happened with Jerry. We can't run. That's irresponsible to run a rice and no sorry I want to be proud of spreading the virus of of. You know being in the traveling sick circus of fiction. But when you look at the tour, we all got away with no cases. and. Then people that okay. We're going a block right next year when you know rice like a lunatic. Yeah. So you want as many good examples of by crisis to happen as possible to encourage other prices to continue. Economy done but only with the the right. Place yeah, yeah and you really clearly just needs is measured because. Otherwise, yeah. You end up with this crisis situation where it is. You know two teams on all carrying this last year we intend to go we're not going to go. Why didn't his? Father Sixteen that didn't go to face..

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"tom trial" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:28 min | 10 months ago

"tom trial" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"You know I think it's a good vibe around that Unites Tom again selling out for him You see you know like in the tour was you know just as the? Manager Shave this this group of Rod as of you know essentially leaders. Amongst the common group and while that happy to. Stay person results for each other whereas before when you sort of credit these. selective a bit of words. So super teams or whatever. Then, there's always a bit of internal friction in Iran conned of wants to me later and trust deflect the CO captains and things like that, and I think now this. No the created this for the moment very monia steam aim. So we, we have You know sort of proud of what we achieve away, and then I think that helps like Scott the boys routing for me again, let's get up and give it everything and by all accounts hitting into the welter united everybody's everyone's motivated. Excited about it and we're sending a very similar cold group goes. Well, it's it's an incredibly strong team that you're sending 'em. Start same. Again, I don't know what's the what you think into the race. I haven't thought took personally in terms of. You know didn't focusing them on bloody. Affective sometime, full them. of course promos is number one tomes also number one. A and. Then you know I, think it'd be good to give SIP Iran as well. He's still really really done well and. And it's a perfect cost for actually it's not the United Tom Child dominated although Tom Trial will be decisive one be. Everything And he doesn't mind. You know he's A bit. Cooler. So. you know good to. To say in 'em. And you know I think. I don't know if we need to do like we did in the tool where we just control of rice and so of suffocate it and. I just don't know everyone has that ended the game now for another three weeks I mean, that was one of the most Texan things you can do. And we had the power to do it, but I don't know if we have to do it twice It's just hard to know I don't know. We'll get there and we'll. We'll have to talk about it and. And figure it out and you'll see height declare shy every day will be you know we'll take it on its merits. Okay do we need control today? Will do we do we just? Take the dying or at stop at someone else can do it in bright ones by sustained minutes and they win by ten minutes and. You know there's other people that are trying to win this rice not just as so we'll. We'll see how that goes on each day. but yeah, I mean, don't mistakes were losing we from the torturing we don't have and Tony and. But we we do bring in. Yoenis the super. Good? On stays one is. Nearly. One Poland and you've got. You've got linney and pull modern. So still engine. So. United be definitely be some artists on has to do to do some of the work. In this morning two kilometer zero by the cycling podcast powered by swift the fitness up the Indo. Writing into a game explore.

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"tom trial" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:25 min | 10 months ago

"tom trial" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"And it could be the same with Almeida that so far no sign of weakness as you say Lionel but you know he's never ridden three weeks before so he doesn't know how he's going to do in this third week not. A none of us do and I don't think his team do am I you know I remember speaking to urine swore at the the Vuelta last year and Taddei pocket shower was a similar revelation I. Mean it was his first grand tour. He was only twenty twenty one at the time I guess am or twenty, even twenty, twenty, twenty, one and you. Know, they didn't know how you're going to get on in the third week and I remember meeting him on the penultimate morning and asking how he was. He said he's his recovery. Every day is is fantastic. You know I'm that's what they'll be looking at within the QUICKSTEP as well. How's he recovering houses body? We're not really privy to that and but. He might he might have a horrific day. He might crack one of these climbs or you might just lose enough to. To lose a position that he's in we don't know he doesn't know am but you do tend to look at the guys with the the miles on the clock you know the Nibley. micheals. Well, Mike is Pretty well positioned to me. He had a pretty good day today. AM. But we'll cooman wilco manners is really he's got pedigree am and he's going really well, I think today confirm that. He is in a really strong position, but the other guys. Again a new guy. I mean moved up seven places on g see today to fourth also twenty two. American writer m what what do you know about him? Ian Dino Him? Well. I spoken to him a few times when he was at a team rally, had some really strong performances must have been two years ago But I I don't know a ton about him of exchange a few messages he was looking at moving to two niece but Yeah he's an incredibly hard work. You know he spent more time kinda racing domestically here in the US with rally before moving up. And I think he's he's been pretty. He's been steadily improving every year and he's been very cautious about his. Development and his curve. You know he had the opportunity to go to the world tour younger than you know he did but he decided to wait and and join you a once in. He felt like he was ready and I think he's Clearly come out of you know lockdown showing some some great form and his time-trial today was was phenomenal. I think you know we spoke you mentioned Richard Last Night Michael Berg about a potential stage win and I think that Berg they had race together a couple of times as you twenty three and I think bird one time trial worlds both times. McNulty was either second or third. So you know he's He had some good showings in Tom Trials over the course of his career and he can clearly climb as well but. Like Almeida, this is his first, his first grand tour, and this this a time trial we sat in Palermo but also ny two weeks in threes. Time such tasks, foreman recovery, and so on and everybody song by Omega. But McNulty. Took one twenty seconds I have him today and McNulty is a guy can climb as well. You know he he could he could. If he's getting back to her or tiring less quickly than then he could emerge as the challenge while. He very well. Could I do remember a few years back at the tour to lobby I think he was riding pretty high. Overall and he did have a bad day there and lost a fair chunk of time and I think there's a few been a few other races even this season where he's been. Writing really well, and then randomly he'll have a bad day and lose a big chunk of CIA chunk time but he tends to come back. You know pretty strongly but he does you know he hasn't really shown the consistency of of some of the other grand tour contenders where we see up in the top ten. Shoot that I saw I think about caused team car the back of the facts that SIP PK the voice of Radio tour. The Tour de France to reminds to tell you that this episode is sponsored by Harry's razors Richard Your long-time smooth customer smooth operator, long time customer of Harry's razors on you. Than what you're getting out there and I do use Harry's razors have.

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"tom trial" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"tom trial" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

"As, well, just practice in attacking and in conserving energy, you can do this with your power data. You can do a road ride where you're drafting the whole time and one week go on just like. Try To achieve maximum tss like blow your brains out you know finish completely spent maybe even get dropped but then the next week go back and do that same ron try to do as little as possible drafting not peddling call that zero Tom and look at the difference in your. Power data. And then also noticed how you felt at the end of each ride and that's a good exercise to do but you gotta get. Time trialists? It's a good one. So Tom Charles it's everyone thinks it's a non skill base discipline in. Yeah. It is but there's nuances to Tom. Trialing and Every Single Tour de France. Tom Trials or Ryder right now you know that's an important part of stage racing they're looking at how they can improve their time. Increasing, your power output is the no brainer. Everyone wants to do that. But. You kind of hit a point of. Diminishing returns you've already got good power output. It's like where else can you can? Shave off twenty seconds for example, and you know the biggest thing is get into a wind tunnel. Optimize your aerodynamic position. Power. Down under the. Tight. Time position I think is a skill in and of itself Yeah Yeah. Yeah you gotta practice making up routine I think is a skill developing your your best warmup routine to. Maximize your progression through those zones into the into the race. He in most time Charles had done Tom Charles throughout the season, and so you gotTa really get data set and you can ask yourself when was I going the fastest? When was a not on form winded have my best T-. When was my worst go back and look at your data? You know was it at the right time of the year in relation to the goals that I wanted and? Then that can you can use that to shape your training for twenty, twenty two, but the biggest thing for time Charles is. There's a there's kind of a joke like you can buy speed and it's pretty true Maybe you've already bought speed and maybe you've already gone to the wind tunnel then it just you just got to keep doing what you're doing but if you haven't been to a wind tunnel that's by and twenty to thirty seconds at the minimum for, let's say for a forty K.. So yeah, that's the thing but most. Of France riders, you see like the things like that specialized. Optimizing their position. Wanting with Tom Charles. Though is Cornering. 'cause everyone's used to going in a straight line, but a lot of time trials have a one eighty or if you're lucky to do like a really dynamic course it could be it pitchy and sometimes Tom Charles need to work on their anaerobic power to carry their momentum up over the short hills or just carrying their speed through corners. because you know there's contracts don't corner that well, so you have to practice. On. Mountain bikers yeah. You know descending probably the lowest you lowest hanging fruits like work on your sending, and how are you going to do that easiest ways to go out and just descend more if you really want to get into it. You can use. Downhill and time yourself on various segments in work on improving your time skills, coaches, mountain bike skills coaches are thing and I know that malls rockwell here in town works with like Erin huck and some other. Mau acres that are really addressing that aspect of. Their Training Mas. It's bride with Rockwell. Any something he's got a website just google miles. Well, he won the world championships in two thousand. Downhill champion really good skills coach. Can really show you how proper line choice body positioning. I think we've references on the podcast before you gotTa dance with the trail, and that's what he taught me and using your elbows in your your knees your hips as shock absorbers to kind of smooth out the trail. Really good. But you can work on it on your own Huge. Oh and then Jackson and gravel racing. Gravel racing is takes a lot of skills from from road and the biggest one drafting and being able to ride in a pack. I mean. We saw this at steamboat. We've seen this at lot of races is that a lot of people that may not have an extensive road background that get into gravel. As comfortable riding in a pack so throws off the group dynamics of being a group but then vice versa also a lot of the roadies like myself that come from Pew basically, appear road background come to the gravel seen. We don't really know how to descend or or break in corners and you know. Kind of ride a lot of the rougher stuff. So it's it's an interesting discipline because it does take a lot of the the skills of Cross and mountain bike with the road stuff as well. So yeah huge huge in. That's why Ted King was kind of my Dart Darkhorse pick for steamboat. He's got the road skills and the savvy and I just listened to his podcast. That he put out this week and he kind of gave it a two minute rundown of how the race went down and he talked about how he was lent it become a race of attrition and being super-duper patient and not shown his cards till Mile One hundred and leading all the other people you know maybe a little bit too aggressive. So I think you had trouble. I, what was it like miles sixty through eightyish when we're doing those really fast chunky descent. Yeah. I had a lot of trouble there. I kept getting gap off the group kept getting gapped off and finally they just wrote away because. I just didn't know how to send it like I was like. I just didn't like how are they going so fast I feel like I'm already going so fast and if I go faster gonNA slide out and crash. So maybe it was a tire choice issue I don't know but I think again. Yeah..

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"tom trial" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"tom trial" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Night. We can catch up a lot. More before led sounds good. Thanks for having me thanks. Well there we have it. He had some pretty good insights there and I certainly love the last segment of that when he was just getting into all that quickey stuff that he does and I really wasn't surprised. Well I was surprised but I wasn't. I knew have some gyms cutting his laptop cable and rewiring it. Who the hell does that you know. I've actually seen Sir that there is one other person out there does it markle. Friedberg apparently does the same thing and I guess what? I'm not surprised to hear that ADA. Well I could listen to Adam. Conscient- talk about pretty much anything but what? I'm interested in. How did you come up with this idea of these kind of the three questions? We'll have a few PODCASTS. I listened to myself one of them being Tim. Ferriss who he talks about a whole range of things and he actually was talking to a friend of his A doctor friend of his and he had this idea way he was asking him these three questions more or less around the same idea house listening to an thinking. I I really loved the podcast. So seeking hang on. I know a guy like that. I've got a doctor friend. In inverted commas at Hanson. He can decide feed him perfect and operas presented the idea to him and he just gave me the thumbs up in a message and I thought rot. Let's go for it. I mean he's what he's an original thing charisma and I wanted to your perspective on his incredible run of consecutive grand tools. Was I mean there was a can't remember off the top of my head? Now how many echo up to? But it was certainly double figures in a row wasn't a riding the Giro the tour of welte year after year. I mean you've completed these three week races. Well Mitch I mean what is it that somebody needs in order to even set themselves as a target once let alone multiple times we tow. I actually talked to him about these. The previous podcast. I've done go back and have at least in my catalog. And we discuss it when he was at number. Nineteen I think-i finished at twenty one and one thing that blew my mind about that record alone was the fact that he never was seek or injured that he just physically even if he wanted to just couldn't complete it. And that was something spokesman about at the time and he said well you could say that and I was like what do you mean? He has an apparently finish their one year with broken ribs and a fractured shoulder. And things like that so things that he's done that just you just do that. Record itself Just without bad lock in just a psychological things year in year out being able to do it and he actually told me that he he just loved the routine of it. Just allowed him so much more tom at harm he did the rice. But then in between the Rice's he knew he had down Tom. He had three weeks or four weeks training. They used to do kept a really simple. You know week vice a week of strength the week of speed and he was in the Knicks Rice. And when you sit like that was luck actually sounds pretty easy for the record. I don't want to say it Mitch. But you you may have left it a bit late to to try and do twenty in a row. Unfortunately look I don't think I've got that Physique Indifferently not that kind of law Saul now with the kids in the family. I'll just be probably shot after I got home my my wife. If I did that I do love. I do love seeing the rises. And that's just great goddess chat to and as you can see from these podcasts. You can talk about anything out there. And he's always got something really interesting to say. What talking about Racing Mitch? What have you been doing recently to try and replace the the road racing? That's not going on at the moment. Actually did this tastes event tonight for the virtual tour Swiss ends. Its run by this company called Ruby which is essentially long swift. Better beat difference literally video footage of road of the course and they've got like A. It's like a real avatar on there a person You know they've filmed I guess and they've put them on so it's quite different as we have but the same theory aims. We did this. Rice today. Was At twenty six K. Rice took an hour and it was hard it was very hard was just climbing and climbing but I was pretty proud of myself. I finished six hits it I Rob Behind do val won't piles was only just two places in front of me so I was Klein. Look Damon out. They acid a new ALIBABA's record. I'll tell you what this is doing wonders so this is going to be a five day. Stay trace as we speak. We're talking on Tuesday afternoon. So the the race itself starts on Wednesday and other people are going to be able to watch it on. Tv as well I know the here in the UK. It's going to be by the BBC Online. I don't know what that will be really liked to watch. It is a funny funny thing. Because there's no drafting in it so it's essentially like just doing it. Tom Trial and another guy rods. Posture you in Neutron Ron Paul steam and whoever's stronger winds more or less that's that's more or less what it is whoever strong on the day winds not too many tactics about it So I don't know how to go for viewing I'm interested to say that but At this moment I'm I'm walking macho. We'll catch up next time on on how you go on all the ob tuning in to see how see how you do. Yeah and it's it's just making this time in this period. I beat interesting. We've got once. I felt nervous but I definitely felt more nervous than when I just jump on there. Every morning G my training session I was like well have something properly proper to eight and have my bottles ready and wants the gun. Went off I Got into it and going. So it's definitely giving us something a little bit extra during these period of of lockdown of of no rising. So it's been fantastic and Mitch. We've got a couple of episodes coming up in my which would have been around the time that Jared Italia was on on the cycling Pukhov. We're doing daily coverage of our jere an alternative jared Italia which Well tune into to find out exactly. We've got planned. But hopefully got a couple of Jiro themed episodes or at least one zero themed episode in the pipeline. Perhaps HE S. I'm going to have a look at trying to get the crew back together. The infamous two thousand fourteen stage win by Greenidge in the team's Dontrelle and that was a roux band of brothers as that crew Some of my good might still now. We just had a great time on that and we ended up finishing only two riders. Markle Hepburn swine. Toft anes always. The third loss gone las that but it was. We all saw guns blazing and ended with two so. It's quite an incredible story. I'm going to try and get those guys together. This week in Have a chat to allow talks some tiles from two thousand fourteen so I can get that together for you guys into aches tonics and then look forward to that Race I remember well because we went to Ireland for the Guerande Potenza which would in Belfast. That's where the team time trial was and then Marshall Kittle won both road stages I think. Didn't they won in one in Belfast? And one in Dublin But it was a great weekend over there in Ireland. Well I didn't follow it back to Italy that year but I remember watching as Orca. Greenidge team basically controlled the hold of the first week. Didn't you here? We had some fun days there and Rodney myself into the ground specifically I remember a couple of days and also just remembering name. That was the Barry Stage which was Dannon. Sisley at Ryan's actually neutralize at stage. No is like is like it was so slippery and there was people gone crazy and crashing and it was. It was an amazing sort of two of that one. There's a lot of stuff that happened in. I'm SORTA looking for flushing that one out with the boys over the next coming weeks so if you guys have heard it make sure you go back and listen to the talking loof series which is happening back on. Lafon the PELETON's old fate. It's just a little tin minutes segment. Which is GONNA face every guests that we're doing here on the suckling podcasts? Lafon the Pillow Thanh podcast and then I just grabbed him for ten minutes off to every recording and just gone some cheeky questions. So it's a little extra special package. They if everyone if I wanna go and check that out. I've got Adam hands as well. After these episodes that'll be released next Wednesday so make sure you've got to check that out but until then God is in two weeks Tom. We'll have hopefully that your episode anes some more suckling. Podcast episodes coming up side. Thanks for tuning. She's you have mainly seen to laugh in the PELETON. 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"tom trial" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

17:01 min | 1 year ago

"tom trial" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

"And today we're going to talk about using swift as it training tool not necessarily playing the game and racing but as a training tool to help you follow your training plan and your workout better bringing some enhancements to FTF peeing. We'll talk about using out. Does with the one hour climb and we'll talk about using Erg mode and win mode and then we'll talk about using the group Brad or race that You see in our training plans usually on Saturday. But we'll talk about choosing one and using that to enhance your performance but first let's do some announcements so we are just sheltering in place here Boulder Colorado. My kids are at home. I've been leading the RAFA clubhouse on indoor group workouts and it's been it's been pretty fun I keep doing that for the next four weeks or so we use zoom and we just go old school knows with no tack and I just call the workout out audibly like spin class. And it's been pretty fun IT I. We tried swift and tried to have everyone log in and get the get the workout that way in just wasn't as inclusive as it could have been because not everyone had a smart trainer or even as account and it just lead to a lot up people raising their hands honestly gave it was like. Ptsd from went fast. Cat had their indoor cycling program when everyone would raise their hand doesn't work and all that so anyway we just went completely old school calling it out. We did a new school workout. Which is variable. Power did these sweet spot micro intervals The superfund we'll talk about that the gravel team. We just completed the survey gravel rush series. Which we podcast it about on. March twenty seventh is area and Jake and myself in Jackson. We every Thursday. We did the gravel rush and I learned a lot and about like swift racing generals. We have dubbed Jake our official swift GR- Guru and it's been fun. We in fact it inspired this podcast today in primarily because we like a record number of athletes have embraced swift during the pandemic and coach. Jake and Isaiah can handle finish in the top ten of these races last week. It was funny. Isaiah was gun in for the win and he was saying there was some guy doing eight watts per kilogram just crushing him and pen. That Fella magically disappeared right before the finish and I think I come to find. That's fairly common in erasing and I guess that person just disappeared because he didn't WanNa get caught cheating or something like that so that is a part of of racing. I really don't take it that seriously. It's like a hard workout. I get dropped like five times. I started off in the front cyclocross race. And then it's like playing frogger backwards trying to hang onto each group as long as possible or that's been fun in a good type too hard way been using swift power dot com to just really quantify you know and see where you stack up at the end. Of course we turning peaks and and all that for the individual analysis. But it's it's like you get the race results right after and then you get everyone's power analysis right after. So can you imagine do gravel race or road racer Tom Trial and it just literally said? Here's everyone's watts per kilogram that they average for the race here. It was their average heart rate. Here's how much they weigh is pretty cool. You can see that. Some people are Hab -solutely turning themselves inside out and others are just kind of rolling along like heart rates one fifty and then they may because their their FTP is so high and they can actually do the the groups Is GOING FULL GAS? And then they just make an attack at the M. and then as you get excuse me further down the list you see that. Generally everyone is going to just about as hard as you can. As far as the gravel team goes which races we will be going to is still completely up in the air. We are sitting on a ton of t shirts and fast cycling. Kids we were planning on selling at the races. They're available it fast cat. Coaching DOT COM. If you WANNA get one are tentative schedule I would say right. Now is going to be steamboat. Gravel on August Rebecca's private Idaho over Labor Day the dirty Kanza September twelfth. The gold rush here in Colorado September twenty fourth and then the Belgian waffle Rod November eighth and San Diego. That said you know. I'm not living on her. We are not living underneath a rock. And we've been following the news in the what I'm paying most attention to. In addition to the Tour de France which is now a scheduled at the end of August. So it's hard to imagine any cycling race Being held before then but really what the news I'm most following is about the NFL and college. Football season's just gone at news to take cues on them for public health reasons and I think a lot of these gravel races because we do have a mass start especially these event expos. I think we're going to have to take cues from them so a future podcast and I'm working on is really resetting your timing to be fast. This ball look for that in the coming weeks. But in the meantime go back and listen to our September twenty fifth podcast two thousand nineteen. That is our timing. Is Everything podcast and timing of that podcast in the content of then was much because we were talking about off season resistance training and base and all that and here when we put this podcast outed probably be two or three weeks from now. It's really going to be what to do this summer to be fast this fall and it's not going to include any resistance training before because you can't. You can't really go to the gym and do squat so leg press you can do strength and conditioning. But that that's a little bit different anyway. Look for that podcast. Coming up moving on her review of the week comes from Bill. Hamel and Philip says I am now on week fifteen or the intermediate eighteen week. Sweet spot plan and feeling superstrong. If you follow the plan you can literally feel yourself getting faster week by week. My favorite workout of the plan is the long rod during the regeneration week. This is when you really start to feel the gains you have made in the strength and efficiency and endurance looking forward to seeing what my new. Ftp is when. I have completed the plans and moving things up another gear when I hit the intervals after years of self coaching. This plan has show me. They don't need to kill yourself weekend week out. With high intensity workouts. Eighteen week plan is so structured that your motivation remains high and you feel fresh enough to take on subsequent workouts. Some sessions are challenging. But I have really enjoyed laying down my morning watts from F. T. F. peeing. Make sure you check out the fast podcast to gain extra insight into your training and nutrition. Thank you frank and team. Well thank you Philip. And we're just going to double dip that review. The week is also has our podcast review the week since you mentioned does without further ado. Let's get into using swift as a training tool and so what we are going to cover. Today is three three ways to use west as a training tool. And as I mentioned at the beginning podcasts using the out which is a ex well I was about to say. The word exact. It's not it is A. Gps Replica of the real outdoors. In in France I wrote it yesterday. It pitches it gets steeper. The switch backs are your. I mean it's a it's a video representation of the optus with with that said their full gas is another APP and they have a video of like a real camera work of the outdoors. But we're going to talk about the one we did and swift. I did it. Yesterday is a super great workout. A sweet spot at all the way up and we'll talk about that. We'll also talk about using the Erg mode in swift in really the training peaks feature where you can export your workout from training peaks. To`swift follow that workout in Erg mode in while you're riding in central Park Richmond. The London Course Yorkshire Ends Broken and Switzerland and so forth and when we say Erg out I just want to clarify. That's where the watts that are prescribed in your training plan or transferred over to swift and then swift tells your smart trainer. What what's to adjust the resistance to so really. All you have to do is pedal to really nice feature. And it gives us as coaches the ability in power to design these highly variable workouts. That are only really suitable for indoor training. There is no way you could do these workouts outside. Because you just you'd you'd be staring at your bike computer the whole time waiting for QS. And so my rule of thumb when I designed indoor workouts using the mode in swift is. You're always doing something different about every sixty to ninety seconds in that helps and the reason why you're doing that is because it helps time pass quicker It's a lot of variety and then most importantly it's specific to your group rides and races and we'll get into that and then the third aspect of using swift as a training tool is the Grad or ray switches. Probably what most people are familiar with and We'll we'll talk about our survey gravel. Rush Group broaden just also it's not like a group Brad there everything devolves into a race. I mean it's full gas. You're getting dropped. I suppose you could. If you're extremely well disciplined and can check your ego. You can find group rides on swift where they do. Break it up into watts per kilogram and you can choose one. That's you know. Maybe maybe no. Your sweet spot is like two point. Five to three watts per kilogram. You can join that group rat. And then he'd be guaranteed supposedly to not turn it into a race and yet so so that so I let. Let's get into it. Let's start with outdoes with because that's the one I'm just most jazzed about. That's that's new for me this year. That came out Oh I don't know it's somewhat knew you need. I have been asking or advising coached athletes to do the swift for certain workouts and those workouts are. If you're doing a gravel race that has one hour climb like the crusher in the Tushar. Guess what there is no more specific way to train for that than to get on the outdoes wit and that would mostly pertain to a lot of the athletes that live in regions and areas. Where they don't have an hour climb. So that's what the APP does with brings to the table. It gives you that ability to simulate a one hour climbing in talking about simulation I was podcasting with Jim. Miller the Chief of sports performance last week and we'll put out that podcast here soon. But they are using virtual reality courses to simulate and train on the Tokyo twenty twenty one road and time trial courses. That is the thing now. And so if you have a goal of doing like a one hour climb a lot of athletes have a goal of doing that is the real thing like in a certain time and it means a coach. I would just tell them okay. Well we're doing out does with that settled. There's no better way to to train for it. You're going to see how long that takes you initially and know how far you have to go to get to that goal. You're going to train. On the pitches you do need to shift up and down to maintain your momentum at the bottom of the ALP it gets less steep in the switch bags and then in between the switchback it gets IT GETS PRETTY STEEP. So you have to just your your cadence in your rhythm you need to shift down and speed up around the corners. It's it's a really fun so anyway we'll talk about that. So and then the other question we get all the time With out deserved it or just climbing in general. It's usually the athletes east of the Mississippi. What if I can't I don't have a client? I got a phone call from a training plan athlete. I forgot your name. I'm sorry but he no he's agreeable racer but he's from Indiana and he was asking about how he can do hill climbing and herbals and where they don't have and the answer is out swift and and then the second answer is well. Watson Watt so if you train your threshold your maximum sustainable steady state power and then you would. You can do that on the flat but it's GonNa be enhanced if you're doing something like how does with so for what is it fourteen dollars a month go ahead and get yourself Swift count hop on. Have Fun in. And you're going to be able to do a one hour. Climb and not only that like if your workout called for doing three by ten minutes on you can do those intervals up out this swift. And there's a nice little like a U. shaped icon in the menu bar swift. He can you know you can shift up and do zone one for your recovery in between your ten minute intervals. Or you can hit the little u-shaped icon Arab and in turn around and go down For for the for the zone to watts that are prescribed inbetween your ten minute threshold intervals. So that that's pretty cool. When you have a group ride or a router an Amex rod like on Saturday. You know right now. You can't do. Group rides everyone should be re By themselves so what do you do? Well get on swift jump in a group proud. Choose something that's that helps you. Follow your plan. Adjust your intensity as such but say you had a a a like an Amex or tss route of two hundred tss and will you could get on Swift you need to be level. Twelve or higher so I have another half a race or an event in north Georgia in the Delano. Msa said that right It's very similar to the six gap Fonda which many athletes do and living in flatlands. Like he does. We are using the does with to get in a ton of climbing so but the reason why I know you need to be level. Twelve is he's like I don't see it on sweat. You have to have ridden enough on. This gets into the game part of it and I think I saw a research that you need to have about thirty five hours in there to get to like level twelve from scratch and and so you know. I don't know what you can do that. You can't join group rides in pub like public events to do that but it's choose the road to sky.

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"tom trial" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

12:02 min | 1 year ago

"tom trial" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast

"At once. They went through dual tables together. That felt like an official ceremony at least in Buffalo Standards on content. She said to ask us for his hand mirror designed she's going to be part of the part of the families. You're going to be party family yet. Maybe we just have Garrett the program just cut DNB APP. That'd be a much much better conversation. You guys can drink as many beers but I feel like Dana. I mean he's he's got things to say. There's no arguing that absolutely whether I did think a lot of this week was the I can't even call unreleased because we released it. Mush Dana. Podcast. There's going to be like man. Omai because every of the early sessions Michael Jackson imprint. When a group together what now they cut a couldn't eat peas like four song. Here they put on John. Cougar Mellencamp South. It was kind of a cold. Glass Cabin Carmichael lab playing the hits executive produced by holding eighty. Michael Hogan couldn't make my stand. What a what an ass over. That parent was names. Haw What do you think we're never going to hear again? Hoagland our whole now. I bet there is some about. There's some hoaglund still kicking around. I think he's gotta be aid off man in spelled that way HD Like I don't know I don't know about ever again because I would have liked Hitler's still relatively recent. So two hundred years might not but also people keep randomly bringing them up. Was the baseball coach or something. It you see. The soccer coach does brought him. Up was gonna find this story then. They asked him something he was like. Listen there's no doubt about it. Adolf Hitler was the Best I've ever let go is a college football go there. We go pretty quick type in the Hitler and coach not too. Many coach headline a football coach was suspended after he said he'd have dinner with Adolf Hitler. Listen let's skip you know. I don't agree with the Holocaust absolutely. But how Impreza Nazi dictator's leadership in an interview with College newspaper in the Mo and most of the Cuban. A Burger Discusses Coaching background in love with football. But then the student editor asked him which were historical figures. He'd like to have dinner with Burger. Chosen controversal is probably not going to get a a good review. But I'm going to say Adolf Hitler. It was obviously very sad. He had bad motives but the way he was able to leave with second to none how he rallied a group in filing. I WanNa know how you did that bad intentions. Of course but you can't deny was a great leader. The way he was able to get people to rally around him was crazy. The student journalists reply the Patriots of nineteen year old. That was Craz- no absolutely sick. Answer okay you got room for to Hitler and Osama bin Laden as tall as give Meryl Streep Hitler learned Streep Back at it again. Nobody's you talk about spinning a yarn of Hitler he had is on the edge of our seats. Even if you'd like first of all it that is the most like Freshman Year of college. Take a have. It's just like man. You WanNa talk about great orators. You you talk Dolf. No listen I gotTA seventy eight nine history one. I feel like I'm very qualified to speak on. That guy. Could rally the troops if you know what I mean. Perfect for some was him. Hitler John F. Kennedy and Christopher Columbus. Kennedy's just like I. I'd like to leave so so while for. What are you talking about a standard question? The softest ball by one old president one old musician one football goes softball. Ooh Eze Mussalini. Judy Chris you talk about turning your back on your friends. Jus I mean there's something to do something special a gosh. That's really just just the guy to kill. Jesus that's really want to get a beer with this is a. We'll get back to this. Someone tweeted yesterday Ten Day campaign which it so one point. Five million dollars in merchandise promotion was impromptu. One hundred percent organic and led by a previously unknown talent at data bait as disrespectful. Data's unknown I went on mix tape and got paraded several. Usually when he's right he's right. He brought those brations upon himself. Oh absolutely also give credit he when he when he shipped his lady back home he did you see video no very five hours ago. He's a time to get her honor flight on Standard Selfie video altruism. Having a grand old time. He's drinking a beer sure Long video it's about a minute. The only person who can who can remove a piece of luggage from a room big daddy. Trent gets her out of there. Move Now L. G. Train ending tread at he's is is new Major League Baseball on by like you. Don't get ejected anymore. Truck comes out and just wheels your luggage out dead pulls the collar on your shirt up like the handle. The tension of forty five degree angle. Enrolls you're listening. He put the shoulders up on your on your oversized suit like Kristen. Lead law like bugsy from Fresno looney tunes those Paula poundstone. The best. One I saw was looked like Tom when Tom and Jerry was about to go on a date. Tom and Jerry by the way. They just celebrated like an eightieth anniversary. That sounds right. That'd be kicking and that's insane but slowing at the right year. Here they still go on. It's not anniversary of the they still going away. Well a debuted eighty years ago. Today this was eight days ago. So can we add this Cartoon cat-and-mouse Fighting Razor Handle Light Racism as one of like. Yes they they may still make new episodes for. Boomerang I could see that. I mean he wouldn't go on no date. I know he not rolling also guard or shooting. Anybody anymore gotta be terrible. You talk about onsite scratchy. Never Tom Trial. He's called his cousin and I was like I gotTa help me this mouses as a huge baffling me and they wouldn't succeed not a bust. The door healthy shoulder. Get the right back out the only really the only bridge. I have two shows that didn't have words like talk like Before the talkies. And it's like I like. I'm sure lights cameras. We'll be rolling over in their grave when they got understand. How people could laugh at Charlie Chaplin? If I can laugh at Tom and Jerry. Elegy fine with it taught chaplain. No I will watch Tom and Jerry like I don't mind. The silent films would always kills like they showed the picture of what's going on in the words. Oh no ono I like. His head was blown off him head as I just saw again. Charlie is bewildered. Look on his face. Is Stupid. Irishman exclamation point exclamation is so into the back of the theater would play an actual piano time. I had a lot of people. Texted me about checkbooks after we talked about. They couldn't believe it. Yeah Yeah now my parents still they also get. I think is the last generation of such. But I know they're absolutely some checkbook balances out there have to be. There's no way people completely trust the the digital bank they can log into in Mike Zimmer. No Way and much like I check. Books have been replaced by Just checking accounts and cell phones and computers things.

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"tom trial" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"tom trial" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"Ever confirms that it's millions of monkeys like might be hundreds or tens of small towns old. Not maybe not in the chat in Huston one. Because you never really say mainly like half a dozen in the new months that'd be Hake. Cindy, more dimension. Ireland monkeys if it'd be a real barrel of monkeys and listen mice, and while waste perking and things or whatever we're doing. I've been want to win a sandlots up top slugs at the end ads in the middle. That's small amount of content and in between that video Chataway win Samsung Tei, which fate you're in and also surprise guest. I guess I'll spoil it here because it's paid out for a week. It's puppets of my goat avatar. And it's very great and interest. The pop it is fantastic you'd have been appearing for that. So on Evan who helped filming? And I think that pot video turned out really well, and if you want to you. Unfortunately, it's on these strata. But if you still want to check it out a link that below cool. Yeah. And and then if you win you can have kill. Yeah. Yeah. Let's plug mumble thing. Okay. I haven't done off. We we mentioned on Twitter. But I don't think we mentioned it. Here is our friend Scott over noticing. Hey at a video. Yes. That is about the history of. Here we go. Runs and everything that led up to the creation all the taint times. How mabul history and their leading up. So how how some people over at marvel eventually came to create the day say fan favorites, the titans, and you, and I have a lucky enough to be voices in that we were of Americans. That's right. We used our strike accent. We do anything else. But I didn't capable of that. Correct. It's a great video though day telling the head does fantastic work, and it's well worth checking out a link down below also while we're plugging things Mason. Oh, bloody hell on one step too far you wanna Christmas gift? Yeah. Okay coup because we've got some US take anything off. You're not listening. That's not what we're plugging cannot take that we'd bubble microphone that we don't use any mo-. Yeah. You can be alcohol. So we've got a weekly planet themed Christmas gift this year, which is a USB type. But it looks like a type the US bay of like a combination of what people consider it to be Al favorite episodes, which ROY calling put together. And in addition to that, we did a bonus little mini episode on our favorite or just Christmas movies. We remember as. As we do the die hard thing. I didn't wanna do it. But we go into it. You've twisted my arm. Every did it. Yeah. Got some sweet Christmas burn. That's right. It's got some sweet weekly planets cover out if it's a it's a Batman superman. I believe so. Yeah. Yeah. Was that? Right. I think it is. I think it's the standard logo is. I think they changed it because going to be we're going to do a few down the line. It's going to be a sit at some point. So basically, listen to sands pants Mont be from over this because it's exactly the same thing that those guys do there was types of like episodes. And so this goes well with even do like even short series is in the future that on the goal, natto, whatever. So if you wanna Christmas gift or just a gift just something to buy you can buy it. We can just down the episodes you consume just consume media skit things that Milivoy void play it right now. The wasn't going to say that Christmas episode is never going anywhere else. So it's are in the on that on that side. Yes. Somebody Torrance it obviously, didn't although order to do that you got to buy it. I'm what we're blocking things mice. Let's through the rest of the show 'cause Tom trial of Tom this late. I'm trying to let it on. Yeah. Speaking all the how do you feel because the rumor was that? There was going to be an vengeance. For try LA. Yes. And despite a man, I'm try LA only one of those came out and it catching novel trial. That's right. So you only had to do one I did too because captain mabul. So what what it was originally going to be?.

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"tom trial" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"tom trial" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"He is a professor of law at UCLA. Also, the co author of real Justice the courtroom goes to the movies. Tom trial lawyers do very important job. You know, if you are a company, and you're putting out a product, and you're not testing properly, you're not warning properly and so forth. It's very hard for a good company to compete with you, you're cutting these corners, and the only thing that's going to keep the balance is the trial lawyer. That says, hey, listen, you put out this drug had caused all these problems Avandia caused heart attack and stroke. You knew about it. You have a memo that says this will never see the light of day, and unless the trial lawyers bring that to the surface. This other company doing the right thing has no ability to compete, and I think that, you know, the Justice system, although it, you know, it has a few flaws here and there, but by and large I think it's a pretty good idea. And I think the jury system I think jurors get it, right? I think jurors understand if a company out there as cutting corners and not doing the right thing that they want to make things right? So I I have great respect and regard for how it works. A few years ago. I was doing some law teaching in France at a French legal university in English. Luckily, and we're actually talking about this now in France, the civil country's civil law countries. Generally, the portrayal of the lawyer that you were just talking about Tom as someone who's services social purpose by holding companies and the government accountable for mistakes for not doing things the right way. That's not really the role of the lawyer in France. And in the course of by teaching there. I happened to go to Barcelona for the weekend pulled up at a hotel and was guided to park around the side of the hotel on a little deserted street, even though the front entrance of the street of the hotel was on a busy main road part there and was held up because the street people know where people are going to go park. On this little quiet street while they go to register. That's where they hang out, and they hold up the people who stopped there. Well, when I came back and resumed teaching in in front of these French law students, I said, well, who might be held accountable for this horrible thing that happened to me, and it took them a long time to for me too. They were aghast really at the notion. I think an American lawyer would see the hotel as partly responsible for that. Because they themselves were guiding people to go around to this quiet street where they provided no security and on the other hand in the front of the hotel and this busy road. There's a doorman there's the kind of security you would expect to find. And I think they appreciated the sense of a lawyer as kind of protector of the little guy in the American system in a way, they never would have appreciated without that story. You know what? It's a great job being a lawyer. That's all there is to it. I'm a little surprised that you with this artistic ability with, you know, looking at all these films and the effect of the films, and how lawyers were portrayed in the law and so forth. I don't know why you're not joining our firm and trying these cases. Well, I'd be one of the year all their lawyers. But I appreciate the offer, Tom. Thank you, Tom. I have a question for you. Because we've been talking about the movies we've been talking about how lawyers are portrayed in the movies. And of course in all almost all legal movies. We wait for that one big climactic moment in the courtroom. What was your most exciting moment in a courtroom? Well, Dave, Dino. The jury is told when you have a verdict buzz three times in the state court. And. When you're standing around maybe for a day or two, and then pretty soon, those three buzzes take place. And I don't care if the case is over twenty five grand or twenty five billion..

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"tom trial" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"tom trial" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"Have if it if it controls your day, if it keeps you from living fully, it's worth getting support to kind of thing that we talk about. We're always peeling back the layers that something that you really were able to like, you don't. You're not concerned with it food and Yancey on. Yeah, and I know that for some people, it's chronic and and so I don't want people to feel ashamed if they're on a longer journey it to take me ten years though. I mean it took me right along time and you think you're all better and then it takes more time and then just because you didn't realize it could get this much better. But yeah, there are many different layers. One was realizing that I have ADHD so there like all these things that were unaddressed, so it's self-awareness. It's it's getting in touch with yourself with your body and also finding treatment that is Norrish ING because some of the treatment programs and different things work for different people. But some of them focused so much on the numbers that you're like. It's another eating disorder. Like, do you have to wait me every day and punish me for not eating enough. And like a good for you for speaking up and saying, this doesn't work for me to keep looking for other treatments because that's the thing about the journey to society that you're going to get help with something. It could be you sexual trauma therapy with a partner. You need to search around for the good treatment of the good program, but it's the most important work that we can do. Yeah. So so so how do you think that body positively translates to like have evolve up penis? How to transfer to that, like, how can we feel good about the bodies that were were getting such a good question? I think one is gaining more awareness. You know, gear providing such a gift with your show that people can have these this information in a private way, looking at your life and going, what did I learn? What didn't I learn? That's why I have journaling prompts throughout my book because people to know like to really ask themselves these questions, tell me a little bit more about the book. Yeah, and the journaling. So tell me about the process. Sure. I want people to go on their own journey of self discovery and want them to make the book their own. So there are a lot of different topics, and I want people to spend the most. Time, you know the areas that they want to learn about. There's everything from sex positions that are empowering to there's a body positivity, love your body section. There's masturbation stuff. There's a lot of myth debunking an interviews, like I said, an stories of a lot of different people lived experiences. So I'm hoping that people will go through and and read what speaks to them the most, whether it's that the entire thing or whether they want to jump around, but am hoping to that those journaling prompts will help people look at their own lives and and cultivate more authentic because that's really what it's about. You know, I think sex is only a small piece of sexual empowerment. It's an important one, but it's it's one piece of the puzzle. So talk more about that. So it's interesting, you know, I think so many issues. It's kind of like with an eating disorder, you think it's all about food notes really not right, always a symptom, yeah. So as you know, when there's a sex issue, a lot of times, it's something else that's affecting sex. So I think lifestyle hack. Abbots are really important, you know, living largely and authentically, and I use that word a lot. I know it gets thrown around, but I just don't think there's anything more powerful than getting to know yourself. So once you're connected to all these different things, your value system, I have a section on religion because I've found that so many people coming from the midwest and also from religious family. We hear that like if you're religious than your anti-sex unless it's like Tom trial or something, and I want people to know that they can be Jewish or Christian or Catholic or Buddhists, and also have a great sex life and embrace that..

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"tom trial" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"tom trial" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Some of the women's versions of men teams are fairly well establishment Chilton Scott who've done a brilliant job, but it is a bit sad really to see the standalone teams struggling. Because as you say, wiggle, high five, they were trailblazers, they've done wonderful things over the years, and I've loved what they've stood for and the fact that they have done it in a woman's way, you know, in terms of women's racing and not necessarily trying to bring on board philosophies, mentalities practices of the man's side of things and the same with track drops. You know, he started with a very, I think, unconventional and transparency being entirely amateur, but wanting to be the most professional amateur team and the peleton and then becoming gradually professional. I think what they've done is is has been so refreshing on yet. At the other end, we have the big money teams. Coming in who've been well established in the man's peleton and transposing that onto women's racing. That will be very interesting to see. I would rather see it cohabit with the independent women's teams so that the redo you have a very distinct flavor to women's racing because we talk about that a lot. I think how important that is to be able to grow the sport organically rather than aping anything that the man's team of done, but the men's teams have done rather. But yeah, I think we're very interesting time really the development of women's cycling because of these big sponsors coming in a team allure level is team. The service cannot on the sports team. Sky is involved with mainly because he's. Daughters who are racing cyclist. So I grabbed yard with him at the as well. That team in his hopes for developing team has hopes for his daughter's weather. Team sky might launch women's team. No sure about that here is service can often. Yeah, so I four daughters, the eldest, almost eighteen. So she's junior. And the other three are like every time to yet youngest or the youngest is eleven and my daughter. Competed today at the European championships, Tom trial, and then Czech Republic was nine on the time trial. And yeah, because they do cycling. I, I also see things that could be better for women cycling, and that's when I got the idea to to build something in as junior team, which we started this year de Mesic skills and four of them are competing at the Europeans this week, so take Beal ready improves to get some nice things out of it. And I really to sheet as a big gap between the juniors and and UCI women team that gap is huge, and there's not really like a platform for those skills they really can develop. And that's the reason why I started with some good spawns behind me, but some supportive of team sky. We started this team from the first of January. So what's the team cold and do you have on business to develop it? Maybe your doctor gets older into development team and then maybe professional team. Yeah, of course, plan as the junior team is to debase. That's why we start next year one. I've an on a on the twenty three team to most girls who are in the junior team. Right now, there will be elite next year and the banish to after that team next year. And of course we keep the junior team. Maybe they'll ovation after the young mainly from Holland now, but on the twenty three team, we really want to make this a bit more international team in the future. So all the bills and I may not only look at results. We really look at abilities and capabilities of the sales, and sometimes the best gills don't get the results yet and really want to develop them to make the next step and no flea. They can be part of UCI Bill team in the future. Do you get the chance? You're busy oversee with team sky, but you get the chance to go to many races with them and and help? Nah, not many. I then I've done a few races this this year, but they are as as the big manager because I'm there also as a father, but you help to kill give them so much FIS and then you really see they're stepping up and they've on both the national titles and time trial and the roads race and the most important. But I see is that they really learn right as a team..

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"tom trial" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"tom trial" Discussed on THEMOVE

"Hotels but we have chef here so it's all i can almost with him and cheese on on some like rice cakes and then our chef makes a big like overnight muesli with oats and berries and all their own some cornflakes and that's my coffee if you've been getting your melons after the race yeah they've been chopping up melon on the bus if so ian you know when i have melon you know have a handful of slices you'll eat a handful of melons now i put down mellon i just think sometimes in the summer especially back in niece like the melons time you're so good and they're also sometimes i get tired of drinking water drinking easier way to not to stay hydrated but like you stay stay someone hydrated having much mellon joso it's such a bike race or move like eat a bunch of foods with low calories high volume low yeah it's also i mean after a ride like you know in the afternoon cold mellon from the frigerator it's hard to be what's your message to the american junior that wants to be you they're like a climber they're like yeah you know i'm but yesterday you just put out watts you know you well you know having this discussion awhile back with larry war bass we up an altar to training and we were discussing how you know how this lance effect change our generation of writers everyone every american writer wants to be g c timetrial writer because that's what we looked up to okay we had george hincapie who was a classics writer but still he was you know it was all about the tour and so what sold to you is this desire to be this climber g guy and to be fair american racing in american roads and lot of writers come in from out the you know colorado or utah you tend to accelerate that those disciplines but i also think to a degree a lot of young writers tenderly waste their time in their career trying to be something they're not you know like something for example lawson craddock in last year he had a pretty poor year you know he tried to lose weight and train like a g c guy because he'd done really well the year before and like pays basque and smother races and you know because there's such a strong desire to be a guy and i see some of them actually coaching a kid on on hot tubes and you know even i was like coaching him like hey like let's work on your time trial and try to become a more rounded writer and you know he actually wrote to me like you know what's like screw tom trials like i'm i'm not good at it's better to focus on what i'm going to be good at and he's won some big races and i think it's focusing on what your body gives you kind of you know so i would say listen to your body and you know if you're a sprinter don't try and lose weight to be a climber because then you're going to be mediocre climber ending mediocre sprinter kind of maximize what your what your gift is i think you know your gift definitely you're here to go up hill and the ups and the pair knees but what you did yesterday shows what versatile writer maybe a little shoutout to your time at team sky riding the flat sick yeah you know how to put it down yeah when i think you.

"tom trial" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"tom trial" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

"To me about that i mean had you ever done any sort of long distance running biking swimming anything like that like why did you feel like you were prepared to do this so i had run before i had ran three marathons prior and through that process i had gained like we talked about earlier i had gained about thirty almost forty pounds through my marathon running process which really confused me but so i'd run before i'd never really biked an a definitely never swim i went into training with the mindset of you know what i'm on a train like an eightyearold i saw these training programs and they said you know run at this distance at this heart rate into this lap and do this tom trial and this and the and i was like this is stupid like all this data all this all these rules to training that i just needed to break it down into something simple and i said how many hours a week is an ironman training and a solid anywhere between ten and fourteen and i was like wow okay that's a couple of hours a day when i was a kid going to the park and running around the park for a couple of hours on the weekend wasn't hard sure riding my bike around the neighborhood for a couple of hours wasn't hard or swimming at the pool for a couple of hours was never hard so i'm just gonna train like an eight year old and i'm gonna wake up and i'm a play a little bit every day and eventually i was able to you know do the iron man ten months later and just kept it simple that's it i just kept it simple and i had fun and i played and that was pretty much it and i was able to complete the ironman now granted i was in last place but finished with a seventeen minutes before the disqualification.

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"tom trial" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"tom trial" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"You can go there and learn how dangerous these guns are their power points at cetera and it steers you to where you go to make a claim i said it was a proposed class action settlement was approved by the district court some objectors or appealing it now so the settlement isn't final but you can make claims now if you have one of these kinds it's not only the remington seven hundred it's another dozen running ten models have this defective trigger could shoot and kill you or a loved one with nobody pulling the trigger and you can file a claim to get them mmhmm replaced for free but i urge you please if you have one of these stop using it until you can get this trigger replaced a reminder at this point that you're listening to champions of justice with tom girardi and our special guest arthur bryant the chairman of public justice tom trial lawyers get a lot of bad rap trial lawyers the truth of the matter is that the good that the trial lawyers do with the court system changes things a little bit you know and without without that safeguard things would really be a mess there's still a ton of problems out there some of these drugs has tell stuff they dino causes ovarian cancer teluk is something that women all over the eric has been using it for years everybody uses it and lo and behold there's a document from the head of obgyn at harvard twenty five years ago patel's johnson and johnson the steps going to cause ovarian cancer and believe me they do nothing about it so indeed tape dean although trial lawyers get a bad rap because of the the opposition have more money than the trial lawyers the truth of the matter is really the only safeguard people have and to change things a little bit arthur just perfect resolution and we look at all of these changes that have taken place because of good trial lawyers saying hey you guys does the wrong thing it's really good dave i wish that we referred to this before there was a.

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"tom trial" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"tom trial" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

"There is concern that testosterone may increase the risk of prostate cancer nbp age but several metaanalyses nrc tease haven't really shown increased prostate cancer incidence a psa and digital rectal exam should be done however prior to starting testosterone and repeated three to six months after starting to stocks ruin is also associated with increased risk of police say themey ah treatments contra indicated if a baseline them adequate is greater than 54 percent amanda could should be monitored three to six months after starting and then annually thereafter therapy should be stopped or the doj should be decreased if that metacritic goes above that 54 percent lastly and most controversial or the potential cardiovascular risks of testosterone therapy in 2015 the fda issued a warning that testosterone may be associated with increased cardiovascular risk in part because of the early stopping of the tom trial this was the testosterone in older men with mobility limitation trial it was stopped due to concerns of higher incidence of cardiovascular adverse events in the treatment group however most of these adverse events were of questionable clinical significance and the trial enrolled mostly a high risk population other evidence has been mixed with observational analyses showing both increased and decreased cardiovascular risk so the jury is still can out on this one so you may often here proponents of testosterone therapy claim that it decreases cardiovascular events were mentality but actually there haven't been any rct showing decrease cardiovascular events or mortality with testosterone therapy so guys clears mud.

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"tom trial" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:45 min | 4 years ago

"tom trial" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"Know try to someone who views the movie the kinds of questions that they might have as to how accurate is on the other hand i thank god we know that part of what is important about me movies is is not necessarily uh yeah how well they jive with exactly what the law is but what kind of message they send about the lawyers or judges or the legal system you know what is the image that the viewers they're left with and so he china talk a little bit about that what is this film what is its message about justice what is its message about how lawyers are because i think both of those aspects of film are important lawyers are easy targets politicians love to target lawyers trial lawyers particularly but lawyers why with with the law and with lawyers being such an important part of our whole judicial system our american way of life why are they not thought of more highly well i i think from my perspective i think you are right as an empirical matter that lawyers are not thought of terribly highly usually when they do uh you know serve public surveys as to trustworthiness who would you trust a professionals like pilots sanda pharmacists surprisingly and at very high on the list and lawyers i tend to i and f much lower on the list are down with the actors and and i think maybe that's one problem for lawyers that day you know in on television in movies there these are actors portraying lawyers well there you have to have a leaf highly thought of professions a mixed together maybe that something to do with it you're listening to champions of justice with tom gerardy end amanda mcclintock our guest today is professor paul bergman he is a professor of law at ucla also the co author of real justice the courtroom goes to the movies tom trial lawyers two very important job you know if you are a company and you're putting out a product and you're not testing a properly you're not warning properly and so forth is very hard for a good company to compete with you you're cutting these corners and the only thing that's going to keep the balance is the trial lawyer says he listen you put out this drug it caused all these problems avandia cause heart attack and stroke you knew about it you have a memo that says this will never see the light of day.

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