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Vikings hang on for 5th straight win, top Cardinals 34-26

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Vikings hang on for 5th straight win, top Cardinals 34-26

"Dalvin cook rushed for a season high 111 yards and a touchdown in the Vikings 5th straight win 31 26 versus the Cardinals Kirk Cousins threw for two TDs and ran for another as the 6 and one vik stayed unbeaten at home Zidar Smith had three sacks to help Minnesota's defense hang on against Kyler Murray who passed for 326 yards and a season high three touchdowns But Murray also had a pair of critical second half interceptions leading to Arizona's 5th loss in 8 games Deandre Hopkins had 12 receptions for 159 yards in his second game back from his suspension I'm Dave fairy

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"vik" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

05:41 min | 9 months ago

"vik" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Up, Hollis to the final furlong. He leads by a length over Greeley and Ben in second. Bob's edge is flying in the center of the racetrack, but he's still two and a half from the front, but he does have momentum. Hollis has the lead. Here's bob's edge trying to go last to first and look at him blue boy. Bob's edge two lane trist bob's edge. Wow. So bob's edge, Larry Jones, back in the graded stakes winner circle scores here from well off the pace he was last early on and he kind of was a little more of a stalker he type last year. Obviously it's smaller fields that sometimes tends to happen more. But it seems like this year, at least his last 5 starts, you know, he's been a little further back at least positionally and comes with that big run and this was another one where, you know, I think that that fact that they kind of stacked up up front. They went 21 and four while they were stacked up, so they were going quickly, but Hollis was covering ground out wide there. You know, three wide into the turn. You heard vik say accurately in the call, like Hollis looked like he wanted to try to get over and then all of a sudden Greeley and Ben slips through and then needing to know slips through and he needed snow was between horses. To me is one of the worst spots to be in when you're between horses and in this case there was one to his inside and two to his outside when he kind of steadied. But when you're between horses and you're a little behind him, I always think that's the worst place. Now, on the turn, I think it gets amplified 'cause on the turn is where everybody kind of wants to try to keep tucking in more, right? Down the back stretch sometimes you'll see geisel. Horses will be three across the track and then you look at the head on and there's two paths between each of them. So yes, there are three across the track, but they're not in the tight quarters that they are going into the turn. And I think it's a much more distressing position to be and when you're just behind and between horses or when you're just behind and you're down on the rail and the other horse is right you're outside. Like to me, it's so rare that horses a, come back through there and be don't end up kind of pulling themselves out of there or just backing up. It's just a tough spot to be in. But Luis ketones and bob's edgy, a big, big close, a telling tryst also came from off the pace, just kind of got outrun in the last 16th there, but ran a very good race. And really Ben was a part of that early mix and was still battle in a way. Just a super game horse greeting in Ben and then Hollis actually ended up fading back to fourth after the somewhat wide journey in my horse faded back to last. But yeah, very cool day at Oakland park, the whitmore I just thought was just kind of a neat event we'll say. Kudos to them for a fun day of racing. I watched a fair bit of Oklahoma, which I hadn't watched a ton this meet again. They kind of run as we're, you know, as we're going and then when we finish, they're still going by the time I get home, it's kind of over. Talk about a couple of the other stakes races going on from around the country over at aqueduct. The cicada stakes it was lady scarlet, Kendrick Carmouche rallying from off the pace to get the win. This was the race I talked about, you know, it looked like there was a fair bit of early speed and then something kind of had to give and lady milagro and maldon, who both showed a lot of speed in previous starts all at mansion, of course, only had. The one start for ray handel, but they ended up going out and kind of going after it a little bit, 22 flat 45 and three, and kinder Carmouche kept lady scarlet just out in the clear, you know, 5 wide and rolled by him and really poured it on down the stretch to score nicely for Mike maker. Ray handel's horse should hold on nicely for second. They were way clearer really, really super strung out field. And, you know, I was going to say two year olds, but they're not. They're three year olds and at this point, but lightly a lightly raced group of three year olds how about that. But Kendrick good to see him get a nice win. I feel like we haven't had kit. We had Kendrick on once and it's been, it's been a few years. Maybe he maybe Kendrick's a guy to add to the guest list here. Down at beautiful Gulfstream park in Florida. I was trying to think if I'm going to be able to get down there once more 'cause I'm going down to the pop for the Gabe versus Pete match race, which is only two weeks from today. April the fourth, I believe it is. But it's going to be on a Monday Tuesday, so no Gulfstream running. We do have a Sunday off the week before Kentucky Derby at Tampa. So I thought maybe I'll go down there, but then I'm going to drive home or back to Oregon to grant's pass like the next week. So do I really want to drive four hours each way to Miami after I did it three weeks before, just to then drive across country? I think that feels like that feels like a lot on the old car. So it might not get down to GP again, but I had a nice day there before Christmas, and then I got COVID. I'm blaming, I'm blaming Miami for giving me COVID back before Christmas because when I was down there, I came back at like two or three days later. Boom. And they said that the only crime was a faster transmitter. So I'm blaming Pete and the team at Gulfstream. Actually Mayo, you were my tour guide there, probably you. No, Ashley's great. Love Ashley. The talk also in part, the Hutchinson stakes, which a lot of people kind of made no to this. And I kind of agreed, you know how, you know, races do this, right? Race is ebb and flow. In terms of their history, their importance and what have you. And the hutcheson was kind of erased that, you know, this used to be a grade two race for a lot of years. And then it became a grade three and now it's listed. And I mean, you go back and look at some of the horses that want it. Okay, Gladiator kings, but he's a nice little sprinter. But the funny bone, captain candyman can, wildcat red,.

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"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"How like kind of night doesn't so the other places if you're a coach aim academy that's handled so we help coaches you know kind of and we run program and it's juror coaching. Who is looking to get into this hour training even as recall it You know we effectively kind of teach people from the ground up in our method so these underlying principles we spoke about you know has kind of what moves to us in the different context and things like that so we actually do coaching as to programming. So if you're a coach you can get over bats so yeah a true savage bre true savage. It takes one to know one real recognize real. I call every day but no it's the stuff you fucking cool. We look at it when he was at the gym with tastes. Not on the colts was his fucking. He's gonna make council news but it's always like fuck. Did you see what big stone man. Jesus jay has do that. Gosh so strong. So you know it you'll reach makes it all the way to the other side of the bridge down to botany. I just want you to know that. Oh hell easing the dockside. I'm i'm glad i'm ovitz dockside. As cool not on a shot to kind of irish. The weekend kind of was yeah man. Reach out you know. He made some time for me so the stadium. Kinda boys. thank you kind of you guys. Are you know you've been a huge inspiration from a cell phone amaze and thank you for having me on today. My pleasure thank you. We're we're all on it that whatever we could provide some inspiration and that's true on vows absolutely. There's quite a few people a- that You're the you'll they man crush say i 'cause Someone's day in any with ill and was like oh man crush. The love does make it well and truly denton. My brother thank you so much Guys for anyone listening. Dropped these handlers if you want to touch even just to look at what he's doing jumping. He's he's graham account super inspiring. He's got the coaches caused checkout academy evening anything from us. Jungle brothers dot com. We'll hook you up. Mcafee wavy nate strength movement. Coaching that sort of thing Thank you for listening. If you like the episode please share with friend. Young coaches young up and coming into fitness ensure. Probably love to hear that discussion so please help support the show. Thank you for listening. We'll see you all next week. All vic i will say you guys next time ace anx..

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"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

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

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"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Take you right back to the start of the decade when i came out of pt school. I said i was looking up to mental by A guy elected a private studio which is a big deal enough for me and say mental very lightly. I learned what not to do right and not how to do these. Basically you know kind of of being the business full full for the hockey's You know i loved what i did. you know. kind of What do but there was a certain way that i was just like not. This is not how i want to do things. And this is why i Been towards you guys intensive copying your own path. You know i. I'm passionate about obviously helping people passionate about myself passionate and dedicated to improving myself physical realm and one thing that i lend on just before starting aim for the physical space was that i tried very hot. I tried really hard to ask questions to reach. And i kind of find out. You know kind of houses that you know. What is the blueprint right event. The more i went into it. I was like just. This is like fuck. Gimme training any day. I'd rather train six hours a day to take this shit. You know what i realized was like on. You just have to go with the flow right. Okay this is gonna be evolution. You know kinda vin. Just like the j. is like a baby it keeps growing. It's different iteration right. you know. you're not. You're not happy with what you have right now. So same thing you know. I have lent a bunch of stuff over the years in collegiate do so that will never stop. You know my thirst to learn is never going to stop. However you know kind of it's more important for us to be able to take what lands and obviously be able to implement in our own way and that's what cutting the pockets riot. It's not a copy and paste. It's like that resonates. This is going to look again experimenting going with it was having a tribe that kind of love and careful. Who will allow you to do that. So you know we say the method the method is always be adaptable. Right kind of its underlying principles. The wise will never be changing anytime but the how and the wall guess walk by way. We're happy to play with that. That could looks like a different and feels like different And that's exactly kind of our approach. Aku echo what do you want to ask what you think is working on the rings doing handstands getting into movement stuff like we're talking about like the kind of improvise ational stuff that you like to do. I think it's fair to say because we all sort of work in this realm that when you get someone who comes in off the street and they're like. I've been watching that stuff and.

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"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"You know if you look at a mackerel. It's almost like split trying. You know lower body for sixteen weeks you oppa body for sixteen weeks. I mean we're also doing other. Welcomed is wayne but things that are complemented right does answer question it does it does not i find it a refreshing perspective. Because i think i you know i was i very much into the movement thing for a while there and i probably took that opinion of like you know studies not employed. I just drank the koolade. And then now as i've i've sort of really kind of settled on my own views and stuff around training and physical development. I'm like no that is so important you know and and you know you keep throwing context. It's like for some people like what they might need at a given time is just to put on a bemoa muscle lose bit of body fat and that's great. That's a really good result view right now over. Some people might be developed. Some coordination flexibility. It's like having the ability to take your words to kind of step sideways. And all you know what this is the thing for you right now and and it's all. It's all evolving rot for june. Yeah now what. We've found me health edge. Oh just to kind of expand on that a little bit you know kind of in inuit cooled it like testing right like the word testing but like you know. Benchmarks or collecting information like Every sixteen weeks we. There was basically a four things effectively. We can bench things. There's like if flexibility is your strength. You know kind of in this. You'll dick skin right as body composition. Right those three things are the main those three key areas strength flexibility and any body composition to like. That's the full funds off. You know what we kind of try. advocate ride. The fourth. last one is fitness. And let's be frank you know. We're not fitness to typical fitness around thing right. We're not doing wads in like look into cardiovascular people. I'm not saying this on imported right kind of with all the other things that we kind of tend to do. That just doesn't happen to be our thank you know kind of so we are more interested in. Okay can be strong you know. Can we get bendy and then you know colleague. How would we look like you know with collect information's four times a year in numbers ally. What's your body composition you know and again it's not that we're married to those numbers. But it's just a collective permission to see. Hey when you will lifting lifting super heavy like probably going to a different impact of morphology been working on the upper body strength right and it's okay for that reason you may say different numbers but then that's again given the ownership given the education. You know that sort of stuff then again people can. We can better help people right so again. That looking good naked is is a huge thing. You know it's a really important thing. Another thing that i just wanted to say. Was you know we talked about the different levels. You know kind of the the aesthetics. The science the science based approach in the middle side of things one of the underlying things in both of these kind of Is obviously you. What the eight right. Also how much they moved. And then when we bring you back to this middle ground you know out day to day people that we love and obesity kind of you know serve like how's it we can give into more cry..

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"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"I'm not getting honeys anymore. I never did. But what. I'd like to do everything that i had to look. Good right and obviously by trainings selection of that. Now when we shifting back let's kind of look at it from two different views the traditional way you know kind of the Was it the science face approach right. It's like you know you go to eat rat and you gotta train rats Gonna do you know this range in this kind of stuff and clearly bash. It works right. There are a lot of people fucking look good but we also know that people don't move as well as they want to write and more importantly that probably not prepared you know kind of cygnus up for the future right. You know being stave tie probably in the name of looking good at the bodies not feeling so good at an amateur. I could be generalizing then what we see. We have the other spectrum. you know kind of As you said the movement seen if you like. And i don't know about you job it's i've never been immersed into the mac- culture it according to the kind of thing but from what. I've heard the train hours a day multiple times a week. Well it's kind of stock right. You know you got to be in the practice and if you wanna take things nick. Several probably grow man. You know unlike oldest kind of stuff. Right you know. Old jokes aside physically moving so much and as a byproduct you know they will obviously be meeting. Well the look to right now. Those are the two things now. Let me look at the people that we choose to so befit neither of those things but they don't have five six hours a day to train on a daily basis right the concert equation right and then they don't interested in this kind of like i'm gonna train and diet count macro oldest tunnel staff and of course i must either those things wrong. You know. each there are people who are willing to you know if they serious about. It will do that the way i do it. Is you know kind of okay. What is the best way to. You know two of those things you know. How can we get people moving and give the body. The right stresses kind of the stimulus for them to be able to fix of -ly bellina riots in all kinds of that means coming back to the project again you know. Lift for instance Lift strength in this swell kind of an. Hey we can consolidate those things kind of put a project. Then obviously there's this continuous okay We actually moving well kind of and looking at the different spectrum essentially so that's how it kind of i manage things personally for myself as well as the tribe fixedly so we look at the both wellness essentially. But it's really important. You know i was saying it feels winding stretch the way withdrawn to so many different things. Sometimes it feels hot but when it comes down to think about it. It's not really when you know..

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"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

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

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"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"That doesn't happen overnight. And that's the best the conventional side of things right so you have to figure a way out way a it becomes like the new right kind of You know. I don't see anybody else playing kind of like you know. There aren't many the jin's path for yours and ours things like that way. You know playing not touching each other in kind of like it's a big no-no in everywhere else right. You know kind of and to me. That's like it's just crazy you know there's so much opportunity in terms of individuals contributing right you know kind of and also actually learning the soft skills ride but things like you know You know if if somebody's a savage kind of handle right and they're playing with fucking anti oregon lissa right who can't move as much. It's probably good. Hasn't gone hand eye coordination. Like you know. Seven joe is not gonna be snacking. Three right is going to have to come down to create opportunities for heads to be engaging stuff like that. And that's like i know it's not training but the conventional side of things like how we dilip humans right. It's like a little bit empathy. I guess right you know kind of in an understanding that and taking that into a training like okay. i'm i'm training hard and explicit. But it's okay you know kind of If back off a little bit all the other way round kind of anti-tory it's okay to push push a a little bit you know so these are the emotions or whatever kind of thing. This awareness kind of ownership that kind of These these tantrum sessions kinda. Give me personally always trickles down to you. Know how. I coach things i bet as well right it was a big deal for me to kind of put myself. You know moving widdly Dancing whatever Which she right. What's is out. It's out there right. You know kind of Any like this shit. Well the clubs at closed. So those sessions you know what i mean auto salvage joe woulda would give auntie doria a break he rainbows on the hate the fuck out hat free passes ron come from lady.

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"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"You wanna call it or even kind of look of work. You know if i'm doing a upper body work so yeah if i'm doing low body strength work that i'm very clear on okay. Well what's going to be putting. What's the intent behind this. And you know. How much bandwidth do i have to. Then go do something else. And that's what dictates the flow. Canine kind of of how structured things and again. That's that's an evolution you know kind of I like it a an. It's it's tough. Hey when you like into a lot of different things. I'm similar you know and it's always been a thing Jim like yours and house Waste we subscribe to you. Know like not one narrow practice training..

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"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

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

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"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"And build up next kind of thing you know same thing with training or body weight training and all different types of training so much gets kind of finding what was the most common thing kind of only staff you know. And what is the effectively language that you know kinda tend to use round here is like what's the underlying foundation kind of you know vanishing comes before fundamentals. You know we all know about the fundamentals right a fundamental patterns and all this kind of stuff but the problem is most people can't do the fundamentals right. hey we're gonna push pool. Squall hinge and all. This tip is not papa stock which is essential. That's why it's fundamental. it's super important. You know negotiable but if it's causing grief and you're not able to grow within those things you have to look at things that a deep level and effectively. This is why. I'm more interested in kind of going okay. Well what's the line kind of had to you know to spill a little bit further effectively. You know okay. Well how do. I need to breathe aged. When i'm being dominated right buses. How am i gonna focus breeding upside down. Oh how am. I going to breathe when one hundred fifty kilos back or things like that. So the breathing is the underlying thing you know my Hinging as a as a mini. Go with anti-tory right. Basically like you know my awareness also being able to control and obviously be mindful of my hip and spine integrity. You know at what degree and how much quote and things like that investment allowed me to do certain things in different modalities. So i'm interested in doing those kind of stuff and then being and have fun ride. Then it's like infinite opportunities right so a lot of people think i trying. I dunno fucking allison allison day. I only do you know. Kind of maybe two or three really big transitions a week. You know Also depends on what projects do have on time kind of and i call them projects because you know the very arrived you know kind of it's more so kind of like i got what Refined how to make this good kind of life. That's my thinking. And i've been waiting for over a decade right and i'm still passionate about squirting out because i'm like well you know squatting has evolved over that time you know and that evolution been happened by accident. It's like we'll have a refinement had make bets and whatnot. you know. i know. I'm not going to be lifting a ton you know kind of. I don't wanna go pouncing competition. What are kind of stuff. But i'm still interested in as much as i can. Because then i can take that learning and then apply myself Are the people that choose to certain. Certainly so that's the kind of thinking if you like you know. So i'm more interested in kind of the underlying staff beings experiments though so enough in that way it will seem like a dabbler..

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Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"How do you do that. Kind of You know i had a few friends who were into triathlons and endurance training. You know so. I was like well you know i need to dabble in this kind of event so there was just a bit of everything you know. Kind of And as you guys know when he stretches cellphone navy direction you never accelerating thing either you know kind of it was just more by a kind of thing and i guess. Having a little bit of knowledge in turn off you know kind of nerve physiology staff and having snow base of strength. Allowed me to kind of you know be able to dabble in multiple different things. But it was exactly that it was just dabbling. He know kind of from like Images for that matter you know some introduced me to kind of and i went by myself. I was the only one in the class. And i was like what is going on. This guy's telling teaching me how to shrimp and oldest kind of thing you know i'm coming back and say what what did he do. You know. i'm trying to explain it a hug. This guy for ninety minutes and we saw and went to find him not so what he did to me. I submit to him and Just kind of those pretty early on used an opportunity for me. If you like you know by accidents different by design but by accidents you know being able to double double in multiple different things and to do was kind of just sad to kinda see things through a different lens and this was only personally as well rights. And as i said before i was so you know my main service was one on one and the people that was working with when interested in this thing. All this wasn't their way you know. So i had to somehow distill distinct. I was experiencing kind of an and trying to go deep into than trying to figure out a way to apply and implemented for them. You know you know. Anti-tory lifts one hundred dentists Kind of is. How can we get her to understand this concept of being able to hinge. Well right and being able to you know. Tie challenging that way and stock. That's when i started to kind of piecing together. You know kind of events. The fact that i was able to dial in multiple different things cannot allow them to start to see things differently. That's a very interesting point you rise. I think i'm maybe also a trap for a lot of ambitious young coaches whereby your so into it that you'll training multiple times a day often five six seven days a week and so you get a client like you just mentioned someone roles in i look i look at what you're doing i think I'd like to do some of that and then you start dishing. Should at them like they're trying just as much as you are. And it's only i think with some time. Isn't it that you can recalibrate and.

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"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Mean you're jacked you'll swallow and you've got some serious buddy white skills and you push mysterious number numbers With with the whites like how did that kind of little evolution happen once he established. I'm hearing australia. I'm gonna put and then. How did your training evolve to what it is today coal so i mean in a basically kinda landed in australia. Obviously i didn't have a job or anywhere to cool Intensive training working. I was pretty lucky to have few referrals from back in london. A few clients They will also reasons. I also moved to north shoal. So you know the only other place. I've always lived in no-show since i've been in australia right now. I mean willoughby. But before that i was in mosman and but those people who don't know mossman it is basically retirement village moseman. Okay sorry i not know. That's how he pronounced it. Basically this time you said it right. I always hanging on mosman so this time village you know kind of way. I had a few clients obviously who Well off and dan willing to try and one on one with me and on based on the had and these people to do and these people's intentions went to get jackson while just to kind of move and whatnot so that was reluctant to have a couple of one clients. And i service them in pox in. I walked away under the bridge. Bowel moral was my office for probably three or four years of about moore's beach anybody who doesn't know so basically was outdoors united. It was effectively. Just all one and in that time i was also pretty lucky when i first got here again through referral. Somebody a a business. Adul- grew training businesses Effectively you know they were looking for somebody to coach them or trying to people and i met the guy and i was like oh. I'm happy to help out couple of times a week. So that was really my first exposure to training as well and from what i'd heard and seen very briefly back in uk Group-training had never be my jam. Because i'd always done one on one kind of So you know. I didn't know how a typical group class win..

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"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Did it like any weather around that time. This was after the bush. Fis just pray covered correct so effectively. You know we've had nothing to do with the the bush fires. I guess that's kind of a freak of nature. Gale force winds at that particular weekend is stop raining sideways. You know kind of just crazy and dumb yet. For some reason you know air got underneath the they refund and obviously the rest is history. The whole thing came off but it was just after the bushfires. Yeah we had a huge tree full down next to us as well. Because obviously if you've been driving this week anyone. I've got wet and obviously the wind or everything knocked around mother. Nature was just like i'm the boss. That's it remember it. Well you bounced back in a great way and it looks like the gyms say it in the background video coal. But i've seen it online. It's more or less back into the place that you had before. Yeah that's right. So i mean in the city. You know there's always silver lining rights. I mean we'd been in the space. Nearly two years of this point before the riff lafon. Obviously we knew every nook and chronic right and So this you know it takes that we had to do remodeling essentially and get the whole thing builds up again. You know and i gave us the opportunity to kind of been you know. Use our experiences and make few modifications to updates and stuff like that and we used to do that. You know so. We're gonna living space in wait a little bit smarter with how we use a small slice even better. So yeah does it was a blessing skies and we came back kind of looking at the big difference. Do the same thing. Thank god for insurance Yeah i mean this was a this was our insureds and then this was like the landlords insurance it just you know there was so many insurance at play as welcome into question. Time to kind of everything kind of work out. You know that club period know. We were in lockdown fatima. How long it took all of that. Time to get all the stig dressing background happening so we didn't actually move back in the physical space till i believe in lasted. Okay so yeah and so you. Jim is in nara ben Which is nor shaw. Just over the bridge for anyone. That's obviously from this side of the bridge But can you give us a little like give us a little of understanding of how the gym works. Obviously we have an impression but for the listeners..

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"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"vik" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement

"Hey guys welcome to the jungle brothers. Podcast today poli and myself joined by vic hawksley. Vic is an old friend of house from the gym game and from the movement realm is on. Gm up on the north shore of sydney. It's called anatomy in motion. It's a boutique place. And he's doing amazing things their strength mobility movement. And that was what we want to talk about today. We both operate similar businesses with a similar athos in the same city. The being on the other side of the bridge. It's like he's on the other side of the planet however we wanted to dive into that he's opinions and views around developing strong bible bodies capable of of of high movement capacity and have good body awareness. And so we had a really good discussion around that. If you're a coach who's coming up in the industry if someone who's looking to improve your own movement you're on strength. I think you'll find a lot of great tech wising this chat. Hope you enjoy it as always if you do enjoy the show. Please take a screen shawmut posted shirt with a friend and helps to support what we're doing. Thank you for listening. Enjoy this episode with cautiously guys. We'll jungle podcast. Joey.

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"vik" Discussed on Real Life Superpowers

Real Life Superpowers

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"vik" Discussed on Real Life Superpowers

"Many people listening a really struggling a day job that they don't feel fulfilled in but it's so difficult to take that leap of faith in themselves. And i think you're an example of somebody who did and i think if feels right if you listen to your gut in visceral it's gonna be okay especially at those ages but also but also at the thirty eight thirty nine. 'cause things things worked out i dunno like it. There's there's always. I think a way to somehow revert back to where you were. I don't think things are not reversible. And i think it's really important to listen to the guts into really feel a my in tune with my soap with my values. And and i think you're really example of that in also with respect. Just use it as a mini customers but also as in charity water. That's actually conveying that to the universe and really being transparent than genuine and visceral as much. It's amazing that you can talk about charity water as infants. Being as there's it's possible to be visceral is a nonprofit. But it makes sense when i speak about it right. I think so. Yeah yeah i mean it's a it's a it's an expression of the values that came out of myself and scott that then really got transferred to every single person who works there. I mean we are so intentional about only hiring people who are one hundred percent live with every single one of our five values. They're only aligned with four and not the fifth we don't hire them. The values transparency integrity hashian humility Fifth one so. I don't know. I haven't worked fulltime at charity water since Gosh i've years ago so little rusty but those those are the four and i will remember the gifts and find kager d by by seeing the you do. Remember the fish by the way works Not gonna like make i remember. Your four. four is not. Don't show that fish right..

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"vik" Discussed on Real Life Superpowers

Real Life Superpowers

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"vik" Discussed on Real Life Superpowers

"But that created this really desire market for authentic storytelling instead of fake advertising and that's where charity water charity water sort of grew up in this new age of social media of transparency and research from the very beginning. Like there's just nothing that we're gonna hide from from the public you in in a lot of it was also a reaction to the fact that show. Many nonprofits had zero trust with with the public. Half of americans. Don't trust nonprofits. There are so many scandals over the years Mismanagement of funds just complete embezzlement lies and we just wanted to counteract that from the very beginning which is how you know out how. We approached all the advertising. All the branding marketing. We don't really say market or advertise. We just say we tell stories and you do but was that intuitive did just feel sort of disgusted with the whole selling out just commercial aspects of advertising that you want to do something with purpose. Yeah absolutely i you know. A lot of was intuitive. But it was also intentional. If that makes sense to we intuitively knew that the anytime we would see in the early days a brand telling an authentic genuine story whether it was about a customer or one of their employees or even a fictional story to advertise their product or service. We would bookmark. That would pass that around the office and we would say look at this. This is what advertising should look like. It should be human stories that we can all connect to and that was just always something we talked about that. This is the kind of content we wanna create so as both into but also intentional fighting because he released surprises me when eyesight but i thought it was the like the seat of it. I see that was wrong with the connection that people wanna be part of the story. Invest in other people's story being the gallos of getting people to donate in there so far from the gala of people dressed very nicely spending money for the african child which never busy..

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Riot Games VALORANT / MSI Plans Show an Esports World Leaving LAN-Hibernation

Esports Minute

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Riot Games VALORANT / MSI Plans Show an Esports World Leaving LAN-Hibernation

"In Eastport during a pandemic is difficult thing to do Valor has done a pretty good job getting up and running without business as usual to rely on but today where I walk ins and outs of these Sports first land over a year since the game came out in beta in late May for VCT stage two masters. The top teams will be traveling directly vik Iceland to compete with that's still a long ways away, but it's really cool that we can actually have lands booked into the schedule again, even if fans still won't be able to attend this event the only major land to go down during the pandemic was Riot games pulling off League of Legends World in a bubble like environment at the height of the outbreak as cases shoot back down to earth and more people are vaccinated events are slowly going to pick back up cautiously optimistic is how I said, At this rate, it seems like fans will be in stands by early summer at least At A reduced capacity for I'd games they put all their chips in on Iceland this year. In addition to the stage two masters Iceland be the host of MSI running from early May up until a few days before VCT. I mean if you're going to hold multiple events in one country during a pandemic Iceland probably makes a pretty good choice. The back-to-back of MSI and then the stage two masters is kind of reminiscent of the old Festival like feeling of ESL and dreamhack events and honestly should be a ton of fun. It's a Fortune, of course, the fans won't be able to attend and receive that long but for the players will have a great time for people who aren't totally up-to-date on Valor and Esports. I'm getting a little ahead of myself here considering the first stage one Masters event still hasn't even happened that event is taking up in mid-march and it's also really noteworthy as it's going to show the first time since first strike that the overall appetite for top Valerie T sports events. I'm really curious what the viewership is going to be like on that one because it'll really highlight the fan favorite teams and how much will foothold Valerie has been able to take on and its first year certainly isn't make or break. It's the very first year of the Eastport but comparing that viewership to see us go off OverWatch and Call of Duty viewership benchmarks should make for an interesting thought experiment once it happens.

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Aramco is world's most profitable oil company: Bloomberg

Surveillance

01:05 min | 5 years ago

Aramco is world's most profitable oil company: Bloomberg

"And on bloomberg tv you can of course read this on the bloomberg terminal the aramco accounts inside the world's most profitable company a stunning stunning pace this morning tom to go with the news well there's a huge news flow but this this is an investigative piece really resets any debate on global hydrocarbons and we congratulate our team on that effort futures up six ten futures of fifty eight vic showing the good week john farrow's losing money twenty one on the viks down eight point zero nine point four zero points stay with us this is bloomberg if you run a small business you know there's nothing small about it dell's small business technology advisers are here to help with solutions tailored to your business get the latest technology like dell laptops with intel core processors plus with free shipping and a price match guarantee you know you're always getting the best deal talk to a dell small business advisor today at eight seven seven by dell that's eight seven seven by dell.

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