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Fresh update on "sprint" discussed on The Double Shift
"So this episode really hinges on my anger and anxieties around the failure for public schools to reopen and how I felt like mothers were bearing the brunt of that collapse, both in terms of our essential labor, but also in terms of social quote unquote blame about how to manage this crisis. So what are your thoughts on that? Yeah, well, I mean, it's like, do all of this work and also it's your fault. Right. If things aren't working, right? That's very real. You know, personally, I was faced with the bleak reality of virtual kindergarten. And, you know, they can't tell time. They are like, they're not independent, right? My daughter was not independent. So, you know, basically what happened was I stopped a lot of my paid work. You know, and I was also dealing with depression. And we talked about that earlier this year. And about what that decision cost me financially in terms of progress on my book. And it was like, I mean, I'm not even sure. I mean, it definitely cost me at least $30,000. Right. The irony of doing uncompensated labor and then not being able to do this work on essential labor of mothering is just wow. Yes, that's right. So much there. So just take us up to where you are in fall 2021, like where are you now in terms of your family and work? I mean, it's coming out of depression and feeling an urgency in my work. I'm very much trying to let go of my perfectionist tendencies, which is very hard. And just kind of produce a book that's of this moment. Me being able to do this book is totally dependent on the fact that I have legal is in preschool every day. My little three year old in her mask, and no Lee is in full-time school, 6 hours a day, except on Wednesdays. I wanted to have to. But I'm gonna meet my deadline, I think. It's going to break me getting there, but the big sort of X Factor is if one of my kids has to go into quarantine. For 14 days, it's very possible that I won't make my dilemma. So it's still sort of the precarity is still very much there, even though you're in this time of intense professional renaissance, you know. Yeah, which feels great because my professional renaissance is so tied with like my personal, and, you know, we have talked about this. I've written articles about this, like, I'm generally never trying to do more. I am like, I like to chill. I mean, I work really hard and I really don't want to work harder. I feel like that's, and it's taken me a while to admit that I used to have shame around that. But now I'm just like, no, no. I like to, I like to lay down. I like to become comfortable. And I'm going really hard, and it feels good though. It does feel really good, but it is still, as you said, like, I feel the precarity of it. Like, I feel like it could all fall apart at any minute. And that's a really terrible feeling. It's so interesting because I feel like I'm bringing myself up to fall 2021. I'm just in a very different place than I was in fall 2020. I feel like fall 2020. I was really going full throttle. Coming out of my, I'm gonna use the air quotes maternity leave. And just really excited to be working on these issues and to be bringing you into the double shift world and starting to make a show with you and you know, I'm actually working less than I was in fall 2020. I'm still very busy, but I think I needed to stop running a marathon at a sprint pace, which I think just nobody throughout this pandemic can sustain what we thought was going to be the short term situations. And so I think a little breathing room has actually really helped me refocus both in my work and my family life that has been really good, but yeah, I'm realizing that this has been a time where you can't just have just burst of energy and productivity after burst of energy of productivity. That's just not the rhythm of life we're in right now. Yeah. I mean, you can't work your way out of where we are right now. And it makes me really happy to hear you say that to say that you're taking that time and that you feel really good. Especially since I think our entire relationship has been defined by me always sending you messages to rest because you're pregnant with the twins. You're like, have you taken a nap? Yeah. So I'm glad I'm really glad that you've slowed it down. I will I'll crank it up for the next couple of months. So that you can. Yes. So thinking back on that fall and up and down the present, there is the huge problem with however everything being discussed, it was all framed as a personal choice. Personal choice. Right. Right? As though, like parenting is a lifestyle, right? And we, really, we don't have that many choices. That's the reality. And we are living in a system that makes all choices bad. Yes. This is like modern day American capitalism. In your voice member, you've had something like how, you know, we're talking like parents paying for private day care or private school or perpetuating white supremacy. Even it made me think. Yeah, to a certain extent, you know, it is perpetuating what supremacy. But we all perpetuate systems that we don't believe in or feel great about sometimes in order to survive. Unfortunately, that is inherent to modern American life. There's no consumption that is ethical. I really believe that. And the other thing is when we do that blaming, right? Of mothers and we blame ourselves and we get caught up in that, it's like we're putting the onus on us to somehow fix things. And that's like reinforcing what society says, too. And I just want to say really clearly, it is not on mothers to fix all of this. In a moment of deep crisis. Absolutely, yes, and I think the idea that when we're faced with no good choices, we blame ourselves instead of the systems that brought us to the place of no good choices is such a, you know, American cultural way we ingrain ourselves to think about motherhood. And like, you know, I think maybe a different way to think about the idea of is hiring someone to watch your kids while you work immoral. That's not the question it's not having a high quality affordable public option to care for children for everyone. Not having that is what's immoral. Exactly. And I want to get back to something you said at the beginning of this episode that we had this moment where people were talking about moms being angry for what felt like two seconds. Yes. And I kind of think that part of what makes it possible for society or media to move on from this moment of mothers and caregivers are is because we've been living like this for so long that we've all sort of developed ways to do it. Like, I almost feel like it's like we're getting better at living under these circumstances. We're almost getting better at pandemic living in like, and we're like, oh, I can do this. But we shouldn't have to do this, right? We can get better, but it's not sustainable. Right. And so how do you think we can use this idea of anger that you and I are very much not over? We are still very much in our anger. How can we use this to push for change? So, I mean, I see it. I need to say that I do see it happening. Do you remember two years ago? When God, I mean, time is what is time. So I remember when Elizabeth Warren gave that speech at the DNC, I mean, yes, that was 2020. When she used the phrase child cares, infrastructure. Of course. Which is like, I cried when she said it. And.
Fresh update on "sprint" discussed on Other People's Shoes
"It's it's always a rice. It's never meant to be but you go out writing and is that that hill that you come up too and you just need to chris that he'll before the other guys or you just need to get to that point before the others do. There's a little bit of that a little bit of a sprint here. And there. But i am i'm built for comfort. Not a spades. So i've never been involved in a kind of racing or even anything to do with with physical fitness. I used to shunt in fact. I didn't even learn to ride a bike until i was sixteen. I made up for since line as crazy starring by sixteen. Most you know most kids in america. At least you know. We're doing that at like. I don't know four or five. Maybe even nine at the latest course. I think my niece still does know how to ride a bike and she just went to the university of georgia shoutout to arena. But yeah she's still not a ride a bike so we'll talk about that a little bit later. Yeah i certainly wanted to Through various circumstances. And you're right most kids. He will be riding a bike when they're very very young and for our children. We told them very young as well. But it's just something that i never got to so. I taught myself to ride a bike when i was sixteen. But if. I was gonna come to australia which is on my bucket list to do what. What on earth would we go and do in australia. You and me and your wife and maybe my wife we we all go out. And do like a couple's thing. What would we go. And do i think first of all you'd have to put perth on the agenda. Perth is on the western side australia. 'em it's the place that a lot of people comes through because most people know. Places like sydney and melvin. Even brisbane and day of the places that they go lots of wonderful things to there but her is a whole different land in western australia so much to see we can go north and there are some beautiful gorgeous that you get to have a look at some some magnificent scenery and waterfalls there perth. The atmosphere is just relaxed. It's wonderful will have cd's on a beautiful river. There's a park that overlooks that such a very relaxed. Feel very light back of course if we did cross to the other side of the country is the usual things that people want to see the landmarks such as the sydney haba breach and the opera house is those to see..
Fresh update on "sprint" discussed on Mind Pump
"Pump media dot com include your shirt size and your shipping address and we'll get that shirt right out to you. Justin, I got to give you some props right now. Oh, finally. You know what, dude, one of the most underrated pieces of equipment for sure or is the sled. I've been trying to tell you guys. I know, dude, and I really never used it as part of my routine until I met you and then more recently I've used it more regularly. And it's underrated because I always thought of it as like an athletic tool. And I always known a value of it for performance. I mean, Joe defranco has talked about this for years, how it improves sprint speed and athletic performance. And you know, I'm not a big, you know, I'm not in the sports guy like to develop muscle and be strong. So I never really thought of it in terms of building muscle and that kind of stuff. Man, it's great for that. Oh yeah. It's really easy for that building muscle. Yeah, you know the other thing is good too is when it comes to aches and pains. Not only is it like feel like one of the safest things for my joints, it actually makes my aches and pains go away. Yeah, that's what I noticed too, and I had clients that had a hard time squatting, and we were kind of working through the rehab of that. I could always take them over to the sled and have them drive it forward, just that concentric contraction. You know, that continual contraction of them just moving in such a functional movement that you're going to replicate in daily life. So it's one of those things. It's just like, has so many benefits and translates to so many things. Is that because it's so heavily focused on the concentric portion? There's no such portion and eccentric portion of the squat and things that really stress our joints. I think it's that. I also think that it's such a natural movement for people to walk or drive forward, so it requires maybe less skill. Like, okay, this is true. When I would have my kids work out, it would take a lot more coaching and training to teach them to do like a lunch than it would be just to push the sled. That's a good point. You know what I mean? Because it follows the crawling patterns. Yes. Right. You learn how to crawl really, really early. Your calves are involved. So the other day it was like two weeks ago, I came in and you guys know when I.
Fresh update on "sprint" discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"We had to cancel our Tuesday night card. At grant's pass down. So I'm going to make my trip up to Seattle a day early. And head over. Yeah, you know, this time of year, whether it I guess it always does, right? I mean, as I said earlier in the summer, I saw I'm still confused when I go back east that it rains in the summertime because it just doesn't do that over here. But you really do have to kind of always be looking at the weather and I don't know that you can trust because we've seen too often where a pick four gets taken off the turf or pick 5 is taking off the turf after the first leg and you get stuck with the all. You kind of can't depend on the tracks to make it easy for you. And I think you got to do some of your home. I mean, I was trying to think about it. You know, in regards to if weather is big time in question, especially during the middle of the car, you just change your play to where you're only playing race by race, exact as trifecta is because a lot I mean, so many people play horizontal bets, right? I mean, a pick 5. Essentially, is a two hour event. From start to finish. And you are locked in to those choices. You know, I remember the frenzy fire who we'll talk about a second because they announced his retirement plans. But when he ran last time out in the oh man, what race was it? It was a four horse field, Fletcher beat him. Following C was a horse to beat him. There was the highly touted horse was his inside baby Yoda. I remember all the participants, but I can't remember the name of the race. But anyways, you know, he was the last leg of the early pick 5. And this wasn't weather related at all, but essentially, you know, if you were a exacto or trifecta player and obviously in a four horse field, you're probably not playing those. But it's the example I'm using damn it. If you were to play a pick 5 and it gets to that race, he breaks through the gate if he's your single. Like you're kind of screwed, right? I mean, of course, he could still win, I guess, but he didn't, and he wasn't. They barely ever do. If you're an exact or trifecta player or win player, you have time to go cancel your bet or change your bet and make that adaptation. Same kind of goes with with weather. You know, if you play a late pick 5 at a place where rain is possible, midway through the sequence, like, you know, there's the chance that it gets taken off. And I don't know what the rule is from state to state. I think it Grants Pass if I miraculously canceled the 8th race a couple weeks ago after the 8th race, so we only had two more remaining and because all the pick fours and pick 5s were over halfway through or halfway through at least, they were paid out. If they're under halfway through, it's a refund. But you kind of kind of think about this kind of stuff. And, you know, and I know late scratch has happened. And I know anomaly weather happens. I mean, there's sometimes where it's oh, it's just supposed to be a little shower and it turns into much worse, like these things happen. But like I guess you got to do some things to try to mitigate it, right? Or maybe you don't and you just got to try to take advantage when you can and 'cause you know, sometimes those things will work to your advantage. I mean, if you're if you're single to a horse, it's a third choice. And the favorite scratches, all those combinations and all that money in the horizontals go to who's now the favorite who was the second choice who you may be hated because it's not on your ticket. And so now you only have to beat one horse to beat all those combinations. Like, you know, those things can work to your advantage, but I'm sure we remember more often than not when they don't. When it comes to the weather, you do have to be ready to, you know, as I always say, you got to be nimble in this game, whether it's odds I mean, just what the board's giving you, what the track conditions given you, you've got to be nimble. Can't get married to selections and picks and odds, prices, because we can get married to the price, but you have to be willing to get divorced if it's too low. I mentioned forensic fire they announced that he's going to stand in Japan next year, same place that California chrome. Stans, he will start in the breeders cup sprint at del mar, and then after that, we'll go off to Japan and obviously a tremendous career an interesting career a controversial career. You know, he, of course, rose to prominence with under the guide of Jason service, which we know certainly puts a lot of those achievements from that period of time in his, you know, in great question..
Fresh update on "sprint" discussed on Awaken Beauty Podcast
"When bigger bickered out all the puzzles of the puzzle pieces and the pieces to the puzzle and all the people then. I will do what. I need to do to get the job done. The paul is waiting to see the whole picture in the puzzle. Before you can never start kareem or my friends. 'cause then you got picture polly and i see entire picture of what the end should look like and i can even conceptualize how it all fits together. And what. I don't know how to break the project pieces into pieces and get the pieces into logical order picture. Paulie knows. She can't do her project all at once but she's waiting to find that first step so she can confidently do what she sees in the big picture. And then you have. Potential percy and this project has so much potential if only we could get the right amount of money. Or the right people. Percy talks about the good game big game but it is always finding escape from finding fault. He won't talk a great enthusiasm game until action has to occur. Donny runs away from the avoidance the task and last but not least yeah pretender patty and she fakes others out including herself by making them believe that she has been successful in similar types of projects before. But she's just talking to feel better until she actually has to do the work so my friends regardless of exactly what brand of procrastination or you are as a person. Or what flavor are you are. It is possible to reduce procrastination with effort. Mindfulness and awareness. And however i do want to say this when in. Adhd child appears to be doing this. It's going to be an uphill battle to get. That child do homework. When he doesn't see any value that would be worth the effort he would have to expend so from adult to child how we can really look at. This is in a strength based context. You know if you're a big thinker. You're great at doing fun. Things i write. The neurosciences delayed response preparation time. Difficulty getting started do too late. Cognitive control maturity is to be the cross-checked or maybe you're great sprinter right. So maybe you should be the leader of the team allowing yourself to sprint ahead. Allow everybody'd come back into flow behind you or maybe you live intuitive flow rather than constrained by structured of time. You'd be really great entrepreneur but you have to remove the blue roadblocks that intend on taking action. And make sure that you have the facilitation of faculty around you to be able to finish things. So there's all different pieces here around procrastination from checklists. That are too long to jumping into one to get the dopamine hit but you know. I hope that you remembered you. Know which p you are in those procrastinators and identities and even the chocolate vanilla. The twist of the arousal. Type the avoidance or the decisional procrastinator. So you can start to identify. Adhd or not if you procrastinate or procrastinate and know that it is all been studied and validated..
Jerome Ford's four TDs lead No. 3 Cincinnati over UCF 56-21
"Jerome Ford rushed for a career high one hundred eighty nine yards and four touchdowns for third ranked Cincinnati in a fifty six twenty one dismantling of UCF Ford sprinted seventy nine yards untouched for his third TD run making it twenty eight nothing he helped the Bearcats outgained the knights three hundred fourteen yards to ninety nine in taking a thirty five nothing halftime lead this week temple was one of the big things because we talked about get on the ball punch him in the mouth early I don't we don't we don't go out and look to score fifty points but if it happens it happens Desmond Ridder passed for one hundred forty yards and a touchdown as the sectional Bearcats extended the nation's second longest home winning streak to twenty four games I'm Dave Ferrie
Ridder, Ford help No. 5 Cincinnati rout Temple 52-3
"Desmond Ridder threw for two hundred fifty nine yards and three touchdowns as fifth ranked Cincinnati rolled to its twenty third consecutive home win a fifty two three laugher against temple Jerome Ford ran for a career high one hundred forty nine yards and two scores for the Bearcats on the first snap of the second half Ford found a gaping hole and sprinted seventy five yards for a TD that made it twenty four three owls QB Dwan Mathis was held to one hundred twenty yards passing after throwing for six hundred fourteen yards and five touchdowns last weekend the bears are five no overall after winning their American conference opener temple fell to three and three I'm Dave Ferrie
Williams, No. 1 Alabama sprint by Southern Miss, 63-14
"James and Williams opened the game with a one hundred yard kickoff return then added an eighty one yard touchdown catch and another eighty two yard run back in number one Alabama sixty three fourteen pounding of southern miss Bryce young was nearly flawless in throwing for five touchdowns completing twenty of twenty two passes for three hundred thirteen yards right now Williams ran for one hundred ten yards and chase McLaughlin added ninety seven tank he's passed for one hundred thirty one yards and two touchdowns with an interception for the golden eagles and the ferry
We Must Own Our Complicity in Afghanistan
"The united states shame right over its precipitous sprint out of afghanistan shadow this country's conscience for generation every horror story and they will keep coming is partly the result of our decision to bug out the death and destruction that occur in previously secure parts of that country will be on the bipartisan decision to exit the fiasco of president biden ordered quick march out of the country with its arbitrary deadline and false proclamations of the heroic airline effort. Airlift effort will garner the most shame but barack obama and donald trump all wanted the same thing they wanted out to all three presidents lacked. What abraham lincoln possessed and george w bush often display the strenght to shoulder. The suffering of war brought home in dead and wounded. Young soldiers sailors airmen and marines the country. Tired of it too. We do not have the ability to fight a long war. Even with minimal casualties be because for us. There is no such thing as a minimal casualty. We can take station troops on board. We peacekeeping missions in kosovo but we cannot endlessly endure the loss of american life to enemy combatants so we left but our greatest centers to have left without first overseeing an exodus of those who were desperate to run from baruch theocracy. We did a portion of the saving at the last minute and those tens of thousands who did escape will be forever grateful for the eleven marines. One navy cormon and one army soldier who gave their lives at those refugees might live but for twenty years. We pretend it all of us at some sort of middle ground might emerge between the darkest midnight and the dawn of democracy. Turns out there wasn't such a middle ground and yet we owed an exit to those who relied on falso.
"sprint" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Yeah. Thank you so much to have so. Many questions are retract cycling. But you know. I'm gonna park a lot of them because i know full well. There are two very big. Our record attempts happening in october. Can't tell you who's doing them book. I think well. I'm gonna tell us it's Just loudon and don big and again. We expect no three. That's a third world. Yeah you've been to. There's another one. There is another one. Well alex it's going for it but it is a young for in september or december. I'm not. I'm not sure when it started going for his actually but we expect to see a drop in the women's our record from from just loud and so it's going to be really interesting. Don big not actually able to go for the the overall our record because he's not in the anti-doping world testing which you have to be in order to qualify. Stay that but he is trying to break the british record. That's going to be interesting but for now back to all points north so i was watching the whole weekend and it was a lot more exciting than it sounds. So we'll head back that and find out who wins the one thousand kilometers sprint. So it's monday morning now. And i've been watching all weekend on the all points. North tracker and every single rider has a dot and each has colored indicate their status whether that's green for moving orange first stationery whether they're fueling sleeping and grey means the right of scratched. Which is that. They've left the race. Unfortunately one of our pre race favorites nicky. Shaw has scratched for unknown reasons. So far her tracker shows that she's scratched at core bridge. But it's really fascinating. Kind of watching. The race developed vira dot and i wake up on saturday morning on sunday mornings and was tracking everybody through the late district and certain certain checkpoints ceremony ways. You can go honest a slate. Mine you go up through the lake district mapped keswick borrowdale raid and area quite well and i was looking at the dots and i saw one dot number fifty four just had off the langdale valley and i thought how dan road that read quite well and of course he then proceeded to go all the way up the langdale valley which is what i think is a bridal away but it's pretty rocky bridal away and it's also a long long way over you get to the top of the pass and then you have to go a very long way down the longstreth valley. Before you get to erode eventually embar. Dial i've been tracking them fifty four progress logan mills and. He's doing really really well. So i would love to catch up with him at the end and find out what's going on. But for the moment the main race seems to be between a number one. Pop polaski the winner from two thousand nineteen and number seventy seven bradley woodruff so these two riders both decided to go different ways. One clockwise one anti-clockwise around the route and at this point they both have one. Checkpoint laughed foul laskey. Who is the favourite has has more distance to go but his will be a lot flatter and a lot simpler as he's now heading towards badly and then from beverly sheffield. Weather rates are relatively flats and quite fast. Bradley would refuse heading to leeds pals monument which is near the top of lofthouse in the yorkshire dales national park. And then he's going to have to navigate his way by sheffield around leeds and wakefield which maybe much slower with traffic traffic lights etc. So it's gonna be an interesting day following following these dots trying to guesstimate what time they're going to be back at the hillians to and sheffield and i'm really enjoying it. It's three thirty on monday. Now the writers have been going for forty three and a half hours. Pretty much nonstop And the is a real sprint finish between bib number one pop laskey tip number seventy seven bradley woodruff so the birth coming from different directions. Powell is in google and Broadly zappin leads. It's really going to be so close. They've probably got about two and a half hours of writing left. I just can't call it here. it's going to be. But i'm really excited to keep watching those dots and get hillians with finish while i'm just leaving home. It's the last forty five. Maybe minutes of the race after one thousand is coming down to a sprint. Finish and it still too difficult towel. Who's going to win. So we're heading every haley now and hopefully. I'll update you about the helium cheat now. We're waiting for the first two finishes to come in both within the city of sheffield. It's absolutely nail biting. But in the meantime i'm here with bib number fifty eight. He's already backed because unfortunately had to scratch. Am i off. Could you just introduce yourself and then could you tell us the story if you race and what happened and why you had to scratch. So i'm vincent from belgium but i live in cambridge now and i think that's part of why i had to scratch because used to ride on flat and you saw yesterday after the night in yorkshire deal with the very very steep climbs. I felt that was giving a lot and then later in the day sunday my niece starting to be painful so i was trying to to keep moving on with and to reduce the pain by putting is and thank you leaders. It went fine and then it came back and then this morning it was just impossible to her so i was pushing my bike on the climbs and riding on flats on descend hoping. I don't know maybe pain will disappear. And then after i don't remember but maybe forty eight like that. I realized that i had still five k. To do so say you're only halfway through the race..
"sprint" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"We bought one one seconds qualifying at the twenty two nd. Two italian gregory beating max staffan with lewis hamilton fifth after making a poor start from among side us down robotic finished third mclaren ahead of his teammate landowners who kept hamilton at bay for the duration of the race which was disrupted by a fast lap crash for twenty months of winter. Pa ouseley ghazi. Briefy fit the mccaren of down. Your ricardo damaged his front wing as a result which went underneath his front wheels causing him to shoot off into the gravel. The crash about the safety car and ask as these call was recovered a clash between iki snow to number but cubits so usa came about the race restarted on that four of eighteen with batas romping to one point six second lead over verstappen with hamilton chasing. The two mclarens both tie as fast as the mediums of the cheerleaders. On the second mercedes recorded came home fourteen point five seconds behind the winner with norris keeping hamilton behind him who at times was even sliding around dramatically shall lead time. His ferrari teammate call assigned in sixth and seventh the former recovering from feeding on while at the end of f. b. two scientists ferrari had been rebuilt off his heavy f. b. to crash came highway started ahead of antonucci of nazi. The affirmation drive ahead of the charging such a paris to finish with the red bull. Dr having to make a couple of attempts to pause after martin's launch drove for that position. That's the top ten and the result means that stop. it will start sunday's grand prix it from the front of the grade with ricardo alongside him on the front row as batas will drop to the back of the field fatiguing afresh mercedes engine before qualifying on friday. Alex kalinowka is back to join me in chats about today's action. Alex corpulence were in the paddock earlier. But how are you finding the second sprint weekend of the season. You high ariana and heights the listeners. Yes it was good to chat in the in the product early on sale. Now back at my hotel having having yet over decompress after considering the second as formula sprint race. And yeah i mean it was the silverstone one who's particularly new and we go out go to judge everything for the whole weekend to finish before we can really say if it was a success or failure or it was just a little bit more interesting because it was lewis hamilton. An extra stop going hammer and tong. The front you not necessarily of action at silverstone but they were chasing each other pre closely stays just fell a bit met has not very very analysis or grump reedited wealthy but it just thoughts. This'll of the vibe of conference. Today i mean everybody really except for fouts bought ask but then he's already vein because he's he's gonna have the actual accolade of Of topping qualifying on friday. I'm winning spent been raced not recognized by the history books because of this ridiculous. And i will continue to this into. Hopefully it's changed which it might be. Jonathan neighbor colleague might support dot com spoke to ross brawn early on in the week. And i said yet. We hear people's frustration about the sprint race Sorry the driver topping qualifying on friday. Not getting the post that we hear that. Maybe that's something. They're look at changing says goods. Let's keep up the pressure if we can but yeah that's kind of what i'm feeding off the seconds but my sister not very much happened. Doesn't we talk about well. These calls are designed to you know to be competitive in nineteen minutes review if you just stopped the race before the first pit. Stop you expect you to be much action. particularly there's no chaos at the first corner was the safety car and you know what would have helped things ties. And under his stretch particularly the run starting in the mclaren. Say yeah. I think I think there's generally a feeling of more negatively towards it than there was a silverstein chesting very very interesting there now. Let's talk about the process day and as you said. He banked himself by himself slot yesterday in qualifying kept onto it today for the sprint but is going strip. Wait down because of changing engine. But it's been a really solid weekend for him and is sought to shame. The is not going to be able to convert on the race on sunday. I mean unless well who knows what could happen but at the moment is unlikely that know be able to bring heim victory as well. He's doing well though. We spoke yesterday with john as well. It seems like maybe the pressure on saturday of your future so of lifting off. Have you heard anything from him since the f. one sprint about why he is feeding say comfortable this weekend and so confident on the track. He didn't really touch on in the in the post race. Press cameras and i will call race because is a race or fao. Not sorry in fact gedeon when you touch on in the press conference but nba hd. I saw her colleague jess mcfadden. Tweet this is peak boundary. Batas astor to have been doing an amazing weekend and yet will get nothing from it. So far in this can come through and deliver an amazing result in the race tomorrow and i will say is. I spoke to mercedes earlier on today and they did confirm that he did get a heated. Get a an a A genuine performance at benefit from taking that new engine and bearing mind it was less than a tenth of a second the gap between himself and his teammate lewis hamilton in qualifying yesterday so while the team you know they weren't going to be putting an exact figure on it both has definitely benefited from from what happened there from from taking that that fresh engine however he still he's still delivered it he sportsperson. You can only play the circumstances in front of you really especially things like In qualifying and the race and so you and put us nowadays so absolutely fascinated him. Well done it's just going to be. I just faith what might happen tomorrow. In terms of we saw last year when he was down the order in that crazy. Italian grand prix. He didn't make any progress. There was able to and that was when they both had a massive car advantage over the rest of the field so as we saw. We've we've learned how much my sleigh after each back from his post as you said. Ariana couldn't get lenore soap. Not i think it's a slam dunk. That mercedes is going to make massive ground up tomorrow. Let's stay on the mercedes topic before we get to how they might fed. Tomorrow we dig into that but deepa lewis start today. What's happened now. What what went wrong. Because it was quite a poor start from him of course dropping right back down. The order losing that advanced. He had starting the p. To a lot people saying before you know given the bosses going to be dropping down the order anyway puts lewis in such a strong position on the team in quieter quite favorable position in terms of how they could play the sprint today. But lewis's star just really let him down. I guess he certainly did. It certainly did ambato st so of hints. That team orders were effective. Your mccarthy said possibly we would have done the swap because of the obvious situation bearing a referring to hamilton being in the top. Five max or stopping in the drivers championship. But yeah we've with. Winston stop basically said he was He was two millimeters too deep with the clutch padres es mistake of releasing higgins targets on the clutch. And it just goes we will spend you know. He launched okay. Attraction was was there seems to be but as soon as as soon as it came to to the it's been in the later phases. That's really what cost him and he was on the back for immediately at at this web. Of course some really Defend hard but fair against the landowners. Then he's got swamped ricardo. Who's coming by the starting mcgowan on the other side. Gase got by him as well So yeah i mean it could have been even worse. Radio you constantly doesn't enforce just tap. The left retire of avocados mclaren and break his front wing. Housing could well have ended up behind him. I may have got urban with get back by the. Yeah definitely as you said. We saw him defending a hard but fair against the cause around him. Do you think that in that position that he was in a part of him. It was probably thinking. Don't don't do anything to radical. Because of course you don't wanna risk damage getting coop. Any scraps expected to play a little bit safe. When you do have about solve star so that you can line up you know. People five as opposed to at the very back of the packing unit crashing out. Do you think any even goes into the drive as minds on a sprint. Light day or do you think as soon as is lights out that satan. And they're fighting that he go. I think we'd hamilton. Today was more than he had any other choice or anything there was. There was anything he could do. Just because of the nature of that rundown. Someone's i've been..
Italian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen on Pole After Valtteri Bottas Wins Sprint
"Vouch. we bought one one seconds qualifying at the twenty two nd. Two italian gregory beating max staffan with lewis hamilton fifth after making a poor start from among side us down robotic finished third mclaren ahead of his teammate landowners who kept hamilton at bay for the duration of the race which was disrupted by a fast lap crash for twenty months of winter. Pa ouseley ghazi. Briefy fit the mccaren of down. Your ricardo damaged his front wing as a result which went underneath his front wheels causing him to shoot off into the gravel. The crash about the safety car and ask as these call was recovered a clash between iki snow to number but cubits so usa came about the race restarted on that four of eighteen with batas romping to one point six second lead over verstappen with hamilton chasing. The two mclarens both tie as fast as the mediums of the cheerleaders. On the second mercedes recorded came home fourteen point five seconds behind the winner with norris keeping hamilton behind him who at times was even sliding around dramatically shall lead time. His ferrari teammate call assigned in sixth and seventh the former recovering from feeding on while at the end of f. b. two scientists ferrari had been rebuilt off his heavy f. b. to crash came highway started ahead of antonucci of nazi. The affirmation drive ahead of the charging such a paris to finish with the red bull. Dr having to make a couple of attempts to pause after martin's launch drove for that position.
Italian Grand Prix Qualifying Report
"Asked me stop for one second sprint qualifying race experiment from fast place ahead of lewis hamilton. As mercedes dominated. Friday evening qualify at the italian grand prix. Hamilton's taizhou rival. Max chapman qualified fad for the sprint race. Which was set on base for on regret but finish my office seconds adrift of batas within benefiting from a newly fitted fresh engine for the weekend. Which will require him to solve a grid penalty for sunday's grand prix. Norris finish bull faucets funded by teammate. Daniel recall doing faith and guiseley in sixth call. Assigns union made a late improvement. Jump ahead of ferrari. Teammate shall apply and key three with like grappling with an intimate engine braking problem throughout key one and key to sanjay paris qualified. Pay nine in his red bull. While amaze antonio juvenile sea made it through to q three for the second consecutive race this time on home soil with the italian driver rounding out the top
World Cup Qualifiers: England Lacking Answers Against Poland
"Check out what happened. Today between poland against england finished one apiece. england opened the scoring some style. Brilliant goal from harry kane but a late equaliser Poland means that england's perfect record in qualifying as now. Broken now still qualify. Though they any problem have just dropped two points. So far in the opening six matches point nine for poland. They'll fancy their chances now. Moving up into second. That one point adrift of albanian. Thrash san marino. Five mil deja craig. Famille hero fino. In the fact that you've got england's sitting back once again well set by control most of the game but you think that lasts same minutes you feel inviting crusher on and then as a result you can see go which is writing slope because jordan pickford on the ball got charged owed almost ricocheted tease goalie at the sprint. Back to the light in there with a the spear and then just before the goal. Ko walker got. Tom bodley ernie really didn't have to tell you that the shoulder that put england on the buck for the never cleared the ball from there and paul and scored but in truth my one criticism of england would be for all the control. The the game didn't create enough. John's
T-Mobile Confirms Data Breach, Says It's Investigating Scope
"T mobile says it is investigating a leak of its data after someone to an online forum offering to sell the personal info of cell phone users. World's anna joe brown. Has that story. Company officials said monday that is confirmed there was unauthorized. Access to some t. mobile data. They said they're still determining the scope of the breach and who was affected but they're confident that they have now locked out the hacker vices motherboard reported that someone who posted in an underground forum was offering to sell personal data for more than one hundred million people. The report says the data includes social security numbers. Phone numbers names physical addresses and other information. T. mobile which is based in washington state became one of the country's largest cell phone service carriers after buying rival sprint last
The Haunted Hallway
"As a kid. I used to have a lot of issues asleep arouses. I didn't know at the time it was. And that was pre internet pre dr phil kind of thing But i used to wake up a lot in the guy felt like goes being pulled from my bed. i used to have a lot of. I guess like hallucinations. Because i know there's a medical description for sleep paralysis but often see a lot of strange things in my room so there was a lot of times i spent a lotta nights sharing a room with my brother because i was just terrified to go to sleep at night. I don't think that had anything to do with what was going on in the house. But it kind of made me. I don't know maybe open to just being scared and looking for those kinds of things. That would terrify a child. Because i couldn't understand what was happening to me at nights and And i never really talk my parents about it until as an adult so they never really knew how how much i struggled but Yeah basically the house was a nineteen fifties rancher. My dad always told us like a post second world war house. He bought it off a gentleman who is actually terminally ill with cancer and basic. The previous owner. As far as i know passed away but part of the house was left unfinished an area of the house that we call the room. It was kind of a no go zone especially when we were kids later did become a bedroom but the house was a basic rancher on one side it had a garage on the opposite side of the house that had a living room and kitchen and it was just connected you know the two sides are connected with the long hallway had three bedrooms and a bathroom. The two bedrooms that me and my brother had were across from each other closes to the garage in the bathroom has crossed my parents closer to the living room in the kitchen. So i do. I'm a little nervous. It's hard for me to kind of figure this stuff out but Yeah it's all good man. Yeah my Basically the hallway was just kind of unspoken no-go zone for me and my brother. And i actually spoke to him yesterday. He's not as open to the subject as i am but It was just an area of the house. You didn't go especially as a kid. We never walked in the hallway so he had to leave your benjamin go to the kitchen me. It was leave your bedroom. Go and run in a full sprint. Was never just nonchalantly walking minding your business. We didn't play in the hallway as kids until we got older. We it would just be a full sprint from the living room to the bathroom from the bathroom to the garage. It didn't matter where you're going. You never walk in the hallway
Cameron Diaz says she feels 'whole' after leaving acting: 'I just really wanted to make my life manageable' - Fox News
"Cameron diaz apparently told huffington post in two thousand fourteen that she is not warned deodorant for twenty years it. She says it's really bad for you. I haven't used it for twenty years your stinky because you use any per sprint. It keeps all the stink in
"sprint" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast
"Let's get back to the show next question we're still on the sprint train. This is a very sprint heavy episode. But like han his says. How to period is max velocity work of suing max. Philosophy sprint work. Once intensity is at the max and assisted or over speed is touched upon sporadically. Where do we go from there. Go from fly thirties to flying. Thirty five to forty s question mark we could increase volume of jumps Without increasing sprint volume go from five by forty meters to six to seven by forty meters. I'm very creative and very a lot. But this seems something that stays without consensus. Okay so when you ask me these questions. My mind is very I don't know say divergent in terms of thinking. So i'm probably going to give you something that might be a little bit different in some senses the word but i don't really think of this question in terms of linear volumes. So if i'm talking about how do i go throughout the training year period. max velocity. We're am i taking it. Well maybe i'll and i just wanna make this attracted field question. I know there's a lot of team sport. Conditioning coaches out. There who utilize like flying tens and things like that. And i think that's a good thing i think that's awesome and we've had like joel reinhard andrew cormier mirror talking about a feed the cats bay soccer training system or field hockey. Really cool stuff..
"sprint" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast
"And that's something that a daring bar has told to me as athletes. if you don't have the formation of the arch in step one or from the very start of the stance you're not gonna magically get it together in step one step two. It's not like you're gonna have arches that are very flat to the ground and they're not really active and then all the sudden you take a step and now they activate and suddenly you're going to be like really resilient and that's where again i think that a philosophy of sprinting or early few steps where it's like well it's just all about the muscle generating stiffness. Let's just train the muscle and and that muscle tendon unit. And then that's gonna build the stiffness but we We ignore joints and we ignore the arches of the foot and we ignore the sensory elements of the foot. That's going to be not maximally helpful for athletes. I believe we need to help them. Feel the feet and so for that working different hand positions can be helpful and working the starts barefoot could be helpful. I find that when athletes just want. They just switched from trainers to sprint spikes. They tend to have better foot action in the start and then when they're barefoot the foot. They're not going to be as fast because of the friction in the skin against the ground but the foot action gets even better. There's more sensation. If it's on a track they feel it but you can have athletes do things like holding pinkie toe pinkie finger up and that position can help lift the pinkie toe a little bit and get a little bit more arch activation. John garris when he was on the show was talking about different ham positions during wicket. Runs like spock hand..
How to Improve Hip Extension and Delay Knee Extension for Sprinting
"How'd you get someone to delay knee extension in regards to both acceleration and top end speed sprinting. So there's a few things i i like. I was like these questions. Because i think about the guests on the podcast and the mentors. I've had and i think about some of the things that they've given me that. I will put together so i would say the first big figure for me in terms of really thinking about delayed knee extension was a dairy bar before i get to some of the drills and the ideas that i've taken from him that i tend to utilize with helping people to not overextend. Extend their needs to quickly. I like to go to more of the base. Like base human functioning. And for that one. I like dave o'sullivan who is on the show. He had an exercise. He's called a slouch. I call it a j. curl for some reason. I don't think going to help her first to it. Is that but if you go to the of sullivan episode. I'll try remember to put it in the show and it's this one. There's a video there but it's a movement the where you'll be taking a split stance so like a half lunch. Think and then the front. Like i'm going to take the knee over the telephone instead of the shin perpendicular to the ground. I'm in this split half lens and taking the front new well over the toe. And from there i'm going to kind of do like a jefferson curl almost with my upper body. I'm just gonna slouch forward over that knee. And then i'm going to retract myself back up without straightening the knee and hopefully explained that pretty well but really in reality. I find the athletes who have a tendency to straighten the knee out early in sprinting. Acceleration and sprinting. They're gonna if you put them in. That slouch move position. They will invariably straighten the knee on the way back up early. So they're going to get them in that half lunge position there needs kinda forward they go down and then they're getting ready to go back up and they're either like grip on their toes like crazy at this point already which is kind of a thing that happens for people who tend to rely on quads but as soon as they start to reverse the movement. Out of the slouch the bottom. They will straighten there early. And so if you put them in a three point two point start three point start. You very often will see the same thing happening. it's just like it's a a movement. That's kind of wired in the system so i am a big fan of slowing things down before we take them fast. And i like Ed were you was on the show. I think episode two nine. His book is slowing down to run faster as a feldon christ practitioner and does a lot of work on the ground crawling even that's crawling and groundwork is the slowest you can get. But i think it's hard to do that work. You can do some crawling. Work with delayed knee extension actually in fact. It's hard to crawl in a way where you don't want your extension especially if your hips are low to the ground. So that's there's another thing. Maybe you could utilize that too. But that just creates a good like a starting place for athletes with that.
"sprint" Discussed on Marketing Management and Money
"Okay this is going to be another one of our short discussions where we love to grab a business topic. Just give you something quick to chew on and some action steps. You can take in your business today. I want to talk specifically about a marketing sprint. That you can do a quick Marketing technique that is going to help boost your sales and kind of just get things going and get things moving for you and what this sprint is going to be. Specifically is a customer audit. This is a super simple marketing technique. It gets overlooked so many times. It's not hard to do. It almost always results in a nice little bump in sales and it's easy to do so customer audit. What we're gonna do is we're going to start by looking at all of our customers and we're gonna break them down in two lists of who has not purchased from us for a while and then quite simply put we're going to reach out to those people who haven't purchased from us in a while it really. Is that simple now. I'm gonna give you a little bit more specifics of some of the best practices that you can do with this but i want to talk about the concept behind this first second we all know that it is cheaper and easier to maintain a customer that it is to get a new customer but we tend to forget that customers who bought from years ago are still good customers now. Not all of them. Some of them have you know they've gone the way of the dodo. They're no longer even in business or you know they've found some other you know Some some other source to get their goods and services and they're not using you anymore. That's okay but many of these just kinda got busy. Think about it as an entrepreneur. You get busy you just sort of forget about things like oh my goodness this kind of like the high school reunion where you end up going back and you see someone that you you know. You haven't seen for the last five years or ten years or whatever and all of a sudden you see him and you remember. You're like oh. This was a cool kid. I loved hanging out with him. And you know. Start up a conversation and the next thing you know. You're hanging out with him again. It's the same thing with your customers. So most entrepreneurs tend to forget about their old customers who haven't purchased from them in a while. You can go back as far as you want to. As far as you have quality records and so usually this ends up being about three years two or three years without a purchase. All you do. Is you make that list. You make that list of every customer who has purchased from you and then you look and see who hasn't purchased from you in the last two three four years. You know whatever time period you're to go with and then you're going to reach out to those customers now when you're reaching out to them you don't just reach out the single time. I'm going to give them. You know two three four seven chances to turn me down because think about it at one point. They thought that you did great business. And they wanted to buy from you and so most likely they still will buy from you as you're going to reach out to them. I usually recommend doing a combination of a few things. You're going to want to shoot him an email. You're gonna wanna call them on the phone if they're in proximity. You're going to go ahead. And stop by doolittle visit drop something off you know just basically you're making contact with them again now. Many of these people are not going to immediately want to make a purchase. But you don't have to have a lot of make a purchase to really make this effort make sense and so you know it. It's such an easy thing to do. People pay thousands of dollars for lead lists. You have a lead list right here. And it's at least warm leads because they have purchased from you in the past are already familiar with your proxy in your services so the customer audit is the marketing sprint. That you know everyone should be doing. You should do it at least once a year and you know just go through assign someone to it. They're gonna make that customer audit. They're going to go through. They're gonna follow up. And like i said this almost always results in a couple of quick and easy sales that otherwise. We're just sitting there and not getting any attention getting ignored while we're too busy trying to market and get brand new leads. These existing leads. That just haven't gotten the love. It's where a lot of money is so hope you enjoyed this quick sprint. I really hope that you take action on it and.
Is There a Correlation Between the Way You Jump and Knee Issues?
"In the last. Maybe fifteen years not exactly sure but it seems like the like in the eighties. Or maybe the nineties it. It seemed that the highest you could get up would be off one leg and it seems like the running to jump has just become as dunking has gotten more and more popular like the running to jump has gotten to become much more and more of a thing and i don't know about i'm sure you know clearly. Lots of people had knee issues in the nineties. But do you think that there might be anything. out there with like a running jump versus a one and knee pain issues or some of the trends that show up in some of these dunkers. Oh yeah sorry this might just put the my head so i would have no idea the differences one and two leg all i know. Is that if you jump crazy high. You're probably going to get me issues by. It's just i just think it's unavoidable like i. I don't know if jumping maybe jumping just kind of jumping as high as possible. A decently high volume like would a caveman do that. The leaking how far from our innate function might we have gone if we've specialized in a certain type of jump because it's kind of a thing you know what i'm saying like that's just where that. Yeah yeah so. I don't know and but it does seem like those two are jumps are a little bit slower and those one leg jumps is. I was like a a lot higher. Join angle but as far as what does that mean for the type of stress it puts on the. I actually don't know. Because there are a lot of collision going into both of us jumps and maybe maybe a lot of that collision too is when you when on the landing. I just don't know there's a lot. There's a lot of demand on the jump this demand on the landing. I just don't know the answers. I don't know how you would even study that cancers. Yeah yeah yeah no. I don't know either it's probably. It's extremely speculative. It's fun to speculate. Sometimes like i think if i'm a caveman like what purpose of it is for me to run and jump as high as i can in the exact same way off two legs for. I don't know ten times or something you know i it. Listen i'm playing a game or something like that it. It's maybe just a little different than you know. Where versus like the idea of being wired more to sprint to swing into throw perhaps as maybe more base rotational. Things than than jumping is more violent redirection. We've gotten really good at like the dunkers. An hour so amazing compared to like what you would see what would win like the dunk contest and like the eighties or
Venture Capitalist Keith Rabois Describes His Typical Cardio Workout Routine
"What would typical work look like for you like if you were going to do specifically a cardio workout designed to enhance two-minute recovery or or some flavor of interval training whether whether you want to describe what you're doing a barry's bootcamp or what you might be doing on your own. What loaded typical workout. Actually be for you. Sure capable workouts not fifty minutes. And it's probably subdivided roughly half into cardio in roughly half into resistance training with weights. And the i'd swap back and forth every called every six to ten minutes between the two so imagine two or three sets of each the cardio component would typically be a mix of jog runs. Sprint job runs french jog run sprint. So during the heart rate up. Max bring it back down not all the way but to you know so where you can breathe normal rows of normally and then spring back up and then bury the incline. Sue tried to the same fight on a plot ground surface and you guys sprint faster. Typically but then increased incline and try to maintain as much of the speed. And then there's different cycle is sector qatar's up and down. You can bury adler thirty seconds. Thirty seconds at the highest intensity or sixty six high-intensity mean or if i i kinda rotated that around somewhat for mental variety unless you're how much physical training really requires us but Up in synchronized to music. So i think music is gonna be darius active from premium performance. It also is very effective for improving Emotional tolerance of intensity training which is related on a lot of good studies. Deflecting in a nice book written by Professor mcdougall at stanford called the joy of movements out of the research on the fact of music on a particular kinds of music athletic performance. So i this is. My workouts are synchronized with like. Eds style music.
Amazon and Google Patch Major Bug in Their DNS
"Google and amazon patch. Dns as a service bugs at black hat security. Researchers from the cloud security company wiz demonstrated a vulnerability in hosted. Dns service providers. It can be used to take over platforms. Nodes access incoming. Dns traffic opening the door to mapping customers internal networks. The researchers found that some providers including amazon and google did not blacklist their own. Dns servers inside their back ends leading. The researchers add those servers inside the back end and point it to their internal network while not all dns. Traffic was visible. The approach did expose dynamic. Dns updates amazon and google subsequently released updates to resolve the issue with an unnamed provider. Currently working on a fix asian telcos hit by separate chinese cyberattacks the security firm. Cyber reason found that at least five southeast asian telcos had been hacked by three different chinese espionage groups over at least the past year. The group's gallium nee con. Ap an ap twenty-seven are believed to be responsible. The goal of these operations appears to be to maintain continuous access to their infrastructure to collect sensitive information to further compromise high profile business assets the three groups different tactics to hit the same victims in some cases maintaining a presence on a network from as far back as two thousand seventeen siberia's and didn't see any coordination between the groups in the attacks and believes it likely that other telcos have been compromised. Us government struggles against these cybersecurity skills. Shortage the shortage of potential employees with cybersecurity skills has been an ongoing industry narrative for awhile with the us government also feeling the issue senior officials have said that the slow pace of security hirings is a national security threat. The overall security workforce in the government has increased eight percent since twenty sixteen for context the department of homeland security hiring sprint in may and june resulted in three hundred new cybersecurity. Hires and five hundred more job offers but even with that d. h. estimates there are seventeen hundred. More cyber security vacancies left to be filled replacing. Retiring workers may also become an issue as there are an estimated sixteen times more federal. It workers older than fifty than there are younger than thirty possible. Solutions include paid cybersecurity internships to shepherd new talent and opening the door to higher salaries to compete with the private sector.
Democrats Panic As Hispanic Voters Leave the Party
"Democrats panic asian voters. Leave the party. What are the trends that we are seeing. And why does it matter. Why is it so important okay. So you've got newt. Gingrich trending on twitter. Because he's he's spouting off about replacement ideology which is sprint. Conspiracy theorist for for far right trolls on the internet. No actually democrats admitted that they are pro demographic replacement. Why does any of this surprise us when we have things like. Crt raging throughout our institutions especially our schools that are essentially anti white racialist marxism. Why should be. Why should we be surprised that there's such a strong anti white sentiment within the democrat community. That they are cheering and they have been for years by the way. We're just sort of finally. it's week we call it the great awakening of america to the weakness so we are becoming awake to the wo- kness so we're not not replacement some fringe thing. I mean they're just really proud about it but this is the great irony of it now. I am very anti illegal immigration. I'm actually very in favor of decreasing legal immigration. I think one point two million legals is far too much. So let's take that down by like half if not three chords. I'm not even kidding. I think they're good immigrants. And then there are not so good immigrants and i think illegal immigration is an absolute travesty. Nevertheless sweet irony of all of this and we saw this recently with the cuban crisis that has erupted that the democrats are very happy to take future democrat. Voters or who they think are going to be democrat voters from the northern triangle nicaragua salvador honduras guatemala for mexico. They're very happy to take those immigrants and they're very happy to basically make claims that the border is totally under control. But it's not because actually they're playing along gay. They call that replacement theory or ideology. It's total garbage. It's actually just calling a spate of spayed. We know what they're up to. We know what it is and yet look at these headlights. Is there from today. Folks biden tries to stem the alarming flow of minority voters away from democrats ahead of midterm elections. That's from the washington examiner. Pj media democrats panic as latinos and asian voters. Leave the party. How about the atlantic voters who could turn california read the state. Gop comeback runs through latino communities.
Wild Giants Brawl Involving Daniel Jones Causes Joe Judge to Explode
"You see this thread. That ralph fach. Yano had about giants practice today. Greg what is going on over there and like joe. J- judge it's makes these guys run sprints like he's her brooks like. I've never seen anything like it. I am amazed by that. He made them run sprints after an all out on the field and not just a fight. 'cause you know those. Those happened almost all training camps. Some some coaches have it pretty locked down where you really are aren't allowed to do it But that happens but this one supposedly had like twenty people in it and daniel jones. Your quarterback is is at the bottom and then yeah you're punishing them by by running around the field like it's a fine line where whether you're gonna keep your players Engaged with that kind of attitude this joke judge and it looks like a team you know when when that does happen that he doesn't have a so go to the amount of control and that's what he's looking for.
Poland Grants Humanitarian Visa to Belarusian Olympic Athlete
"From Belarus at the Tokyo Games, who says she was threatened by her own government has been granted a humanitarian visa to take refuge in Poland from Moscow. Charles Maynes has the story. The Russian athlete Christina Team in Nov Sky had hoped to be an Olympic Stadium on Monday focused on running for a medal in the 200 M sprint. Instead, she found herself at a Tokyo airport hotel under Japanese protection and running from the Belarussian authorities. In a brief video posted to social media on Sunday came in all Sky had pleaded for help, claiming Belarus's Olympic committee was forcibly sending her home for criticizing its handling of the games. I mean those guys anger had been directed at Belarussian coaches who wanted her to compete in the 400 m relay race. She hadn't trained for new grandma political party external prostate. There wasn't an ounce of politics interaction, says Dmitry Naivasha, the founder of Belarus's leading sports news website Tribuna, But the incident follows a year long crackdown by Belarussian dictator Alexander Lukashenko on his opponents. Among the hundreds of thousands took to the streets last year, demanding free elections and an end to police violence. We're leading Belarussian sports figures they lose the pasta of civilian and risk of OSHA says they risk their sporting futures but became models for the resistance. On Monday, International Olympic Committee spokesman Mark Adams noted the IOC had issued its own penalties against the Lukashenka regime, including banning Lukashenko's son from heading the Belarussian delegation to Tokyo. The IOC said Adams was now working to guarantee Timon off sky safety in this particular issue with this particular athlete, the most important thing at the moment is Our duty of care to her. Poland now appears to be team in off skies next stop after authorities in Warsaw offered a refuge and a chance to continue her sporting career. Her husband is reported to have left Belarus. But for Tim and all Skype, a life once focused entirely on running races will now be chased by her home country's politics no matter where she goes for
Caeleb Dressel Sprints to Third Individual Gold in 50m Freestyle
"sprint" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast
"I'm like yeah. I guess but i wonder how much is ever thought about that. No doubt mostly just comes because she's athletic. Probably wicked drills in her life. But i doubt it. She's thinking about news together. Touchdown while sprinting or or anything of the sort you know it just happens naturally because again. It's if you're that fast off the ground and you can produce that much airtime Tiny timeframe than that's gonna come naturally. That timing of things is just going to change as you get more athletic like that. Yeah i couldn't agree more. I take it back to the making smaller circles. As the quick little things that are happening around the ground time in the way that versus trying to force things in the air. It's like as if she's thinking of that like forcing that in the air. i mean. it's just thinking of that. That speed i and so okay. Let's get into a little bit about the the strength and one of the things that you've mentioned. I know a lot is just the alternation of or the i guess you'd call it the introduction and elimination and reintroduction of strength versus. I think so many times being a strength. Coaches like oh. It's my job to be a strength coach. I gotta keep weights and all the time and then could you talk a little bit about how you'll introduce reintroduce said strength throughout the year. Yes so i would say first of all you know. I'm a huge believer strength training. I definitely am not against it. I don't think it's limited value or you know any of these phrases that people like throughout their. I'm very much for it. Probably believing it more than a lot of people and so you know typically. I expect to use strength training to approve athlete's performance. And i actually don't. I don't want to have to alternate between spring training nostrand training. It's more of something that just comes out of necessity. So you know your dream scenario is you just you know you're sprint. Jump you throw you lift and you just get better at everything and you don't have to think too much about it. And i i wanna see that happen. In honestly i do see that.
"sprint" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast
"How fast you are like your airtime to grounds. I'm ratio during. Sprinting is actually a pretty pretty clear indicator like if you have leg length that that's more or less going to determine how fast you can sprint. And even that has it influenced. I think on some of the mechanical things that people like to look at these together touchdown at max lost people like that. Your high level athletes are spending a little bit longer in the air in the you less time on the ground. So you know if you have more time in the air between book contacts. Obviously your swing leg is going to recover closer to where you're you're stan- flag is by the time it touches down so that happens naturally us as you get more athletic as you're sprinting. Rsi improves if you take someone who's like a heavy heavy on their feet like they're not going to be able to implement that technique you know they might be able to drill it at three meters per second. But they're not gonna be able to implement that technique while sprinting maximum now but yeah so anyway your typical job. It is the bouncing off of two feet looking at it that way in again. I think it's a good test. But i just don't think you should chase that tests because there is still a separation between that to our sl and maximum capacity performance or even like a running single jump performance or something like that when it comes down to the actual practical sports movement that we're trying to improve their still a gap there and i've seen the. Rsi people can they get to some degree or they can manufacture a high rsi onto feeds if they are strong relative to the way particularly in the clods. If they're good squatter and then they just have like some to flip plows experience in their familiar with this idea. Like how do i get off the ground faster. They have those those traits. They can manufacturer of a really good. Rsi and still be like a sub nine meters per second sprinter. So.
"sprint" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast
"Remember what it was thumb on the many couldn't play. We've had bit more time to work. Sprint stuff is gifted from a strength standpoint. so there weren't necessarily strength qualities holding him back from banal achieved that the shift in strategy required going through the profiling price. It turned out that he was stepped. Right reliant so in other words he was running his false test when he stepped rate was higher and that was driven by shooter flight time so on the basis of that the way in which i work with him and this is kind of the way the typically work with most people now around this all discuss that with with them to show up these. This is the kind of stuff that i'm saying. And make sure they're educated about it and that naturally impulsive going back to what we're saying awhile ago in the year. They need to be if you want them to be able to welcome something and make sure they have the motivation to change. It needs to osce.
"sprint" Discussed on The Schmidt List
"That's how i choose dinner. I know what i don't want i don't know what i want. I pretty sure. I know all the things i don't want so if i see all the things that don't want it starts to narrow it down for me and i think to your point. I think i've seen. I've also seen that sort of experience with folks to is that they didn't know what they didn't want until they were presented with it and then but then it also spark some ideas in further conversations. That then helped move it. An pivot for lack of a better word to maybe a more solid idea or something worse more spending more time on so it makes a lot of sense to me. yeah i oftentimes say. A picture's worth a thousand words. That's the thing we've heard. Many times worth many prototypes worth a million words. But yeah exactly that so you can tell somebody about something. And they're going to interpret your words in whatever way their mind chooses gingerbread but put an actual prototype in front of them and ask them to respond to it. Then you've achieved a level of clarity about what that idea is through presenting that prototype that you could not achieve language alone and it's just it's a smarter way of is a smarter way of working that way but that's not the stories we told we told of these these young entrepreneurs that you know through all this stuff at this thing and all of a sudden boom. They're rich and and they had this great idea and they just ran with it and drove it. Forward where what you don't see though is all the missteps and all the failures along the way because we don't celebrate those. They've all had them. What i really love what i'm hearing from. You is the sprint process really allows you to build some guardrails to protect you from making it a bigger thing than it needs to be or Spending six months like we used to do making prototypes and pushing them out and then being very disappointed..
"sprint" Discussed on The Voice Tech Podcast
"On the line with Mica coppins and independent voice you X. Strategist and designer, , and also the creator of the voice acts designed sprint. . Based in Paris and France, , just like me at Mike has adapted Google sprint method for voice design giving you a clip process go from idea the validated case to prototype. . So you'RE GONNA learn all about <hes> collection of games and interactive exercises that form the voice ex design sprint. . These are things that you can use in your own voice design sprints in the office even at home when you're building <hes> cutting edge voice APPS. . So Mike Walker to the show. . Thank you. . Thank you call. That . is the most magnificent introduction I've ever heard. . My pleasure. . Great to have you on the on the finally I know we've we've already met in person. . You see you're in. . You're in Taras even presented on stage at one point at together. . Yes you did. . We had the chance to talk about voice together at a sloppy witches of French you ex <hes> association <hes> was really interesting. . We also did a voiceprint challenged right after that which is shortens learners voice exercises to give me a taste of what they can do in a very short amount of time. . started. . Yeah I remember that's fantastic. . So you can definitely <hes> we can talk about as well as greater to join you on stage to give a presentation to the French crowd about voice <hes>. . Yes it was a great experience and let's go straight into the the design San. . Maybe we could maybe you could give an outline of what the the Google Sprint was the main the core concepts though that come into these and how <hes> then the voice ex designs Bryn adopt style though the the unique elements of the the the voice focused presents. . Yes of course. . So the design sprint <hes> is a matter that was developed by J snap. . while. . He was at go. . and. . That is now majorly adopted as row a digital industry. . To make better products foster signs, , the pitch of all this of designers sprint, , which is different from an agile sprints at the design. Sprint . is really diving deep and focused during. . Short amount of time what writers like or five days out with a multidisciplinary team, , and you go from just a challenge, , a problem to a prototype solution that was tested with users. . Okay. . That's that's the main contact. . The real strength of the design sprint is the fact that you have everyone in the room or a very focused worked together. . A short period of time. . That allows you to align teams better to make savvy unreal progress and you have user input from the very beginning of when you start bling your product. . Go to, , yes. . Very us a century focused exactly exactly and it also helps teams within companies aligned. . So it's Good for companies and for end users, , which is all like was everything I feel very passionate about. . So perhaps. . I can tell you about how the voice actor designs sprint came to be, , which were also explained how it is different from regular design sprint. . Yeah. . Definitely. . Go ahead. . So. . I started out consulting employs <hes> from the very very beginning that voice became a more. . More of the things that say so in Lhasa believes definitely gaining popularity although voice has existed for. . A lot longer than EGO. . Are? ? Present And <hes> I saw a few problems I started consulting with companies star Knobs, , and those problems were one. No . one really had a clue <hes> of how much. . Artificial intelligence could do or not do <hes> for voice applications that was like one challenge I soul the second challenge I saw his because. . Some people knew other people did know. . Everyone had different ideas at team alignment was very, , very difficult around these new projects. . One of by <hes> one of my clients actually one day said, hey, , , here's a pedia. . You can feed it to the machine and he saw that conversation with just magically start. . So because of that. . Difficult team alignment, , revenue voice technology not everyone had the same knowledge which was really a a gap that needed bridging. . Not. . Enough user input because it wasn't new technology was very often about getting the technical goal prototypes right So definitely user centrists also something I was of getting worried about. . And so Because I wanted to make sure that these innovation products moved at the pace that they needed to move. . For them to stay in alternative and not to be an officer saw. . What everything had already happened I thought. Okay. . . Well, , I need to be looking at the methodology. . Dad Does these things that team alignment and speed And so the designs sprint nationally came to mind because that's exactly that that's what it says sold. . Big Problems. . In just five days that's seems beach of did sign sprint say yeah. Just . how to look at the Google side and. . The sprint book suggests that Yeah Five Day process for answering critical business questions through design prototyping and testing ideas with customers allows you to forward into the future to see your finished product and customer reactions before making any expensive commitments. . That's the key point rights before you build a product or we spend a lot of money on it, , you WanNa everyone in the room you want to get those those insights as quickly as possible. .
"sprint" Discussed on VUX World
"Found like nights not about saying okay so we have this users. He's fourteen years old now. Not I it's not about describing persona it's about living situation and so on so one day decided they have about five minutes to decide because invoice designed sprint. Everything is like times time-framed because time framing health creativity constraints help create helps creativity US SPA creativity basically. And so. What happens? Is THEY DO? This role played In front of the rest of the at that also helps the rest of the group that have ideas around okay skiing for example the couch potato and his wife says coming fat while perhaps now I have no idea because the brainstorming than about voice asks stars okay now I have an idea about and for example. The research says that people start taking off sports Telling them they're not attractive anymore. So I have done. I might have an idea that goes make a voice at that tells people that they're not attractive. Which would kind of be rude to give an example from from usery says they prevented with from the wish they.
"sprint" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"Then we'll as you listen to this. A Boon to nineteen. Ten will have just been released optimistic. Well now I'm I'm feeling confident. Definitely as you're listening to this absolutely positively night out late we've got. We've got that editorial control if need be as I was saying. Nine hundred ten is released by now and we want like look into the future. A little bit prediction episode. What we have you know wishlists for the desktop for the twentieth. Four release so if each come up with some ideas and we're GONNA throw Alan under the bus. I Allan which you like to talk us through your idea. Your wish-lists yes. So bear mind. Twenty four is a lts release long-term support and we know lots of people installed the Elti S.'s or upgrade to the LTS's and stay on them. Like I remember reading that. It was somewhere between ten times in twenty times more people. Lts THAN NON Elsia so. I think it's important to get the LTS Ryan I needs to be stable and reliable but also you need features. The people are going to want to use because it's going to survive for long time right. The is so the first one the I put in. There is actually. I'd like to steal something. That's who windows ten and windows. Ten has been could feedback hub. One of the things. We hear lot From people is filing bugs is hard. And if you're an on an inside a building those ten you get invited to open feedback hub and you can report bugs directly in it. It's a desktop application. And it's kind of a front end to a bug tracker but it's a much more friendly to on your local machine. You just sign in with your outlook account and then you do what you do with you. Type in a description of his use selections for what type of it might be what. What component of the system? The bug might be in and you can submit it. Does it guide you through that process as to how to categorize things? Well it tries to gas and it's got a little bit of Research Chin. Try and find related bugs But just simplistic again. I didn't think it needs all of that. Just something that allows people to file bugs but the thing about feedback of hobbies is way more than that is an RSS feed in their important development updates and blog posts and it's also Qa in there as well. It invites you to do these things. Called quests and they're basically. Qa is asking you to open an application turn on a particular feature trying out and then report back here if it worked and if it didn't fill in this box with what went wrong it's Qa and so having that all bundled in one place rather than having to send people off to launch pad for one thing and send people off to an ice track for another thing and send people to all these different disparate locations. Having only one is a fairly simple APP but he's very powerful so I think something like that would be really good for someone to develop and launch has an things. Api A huge lead. Difficult thing to create. I think it's worth having well today. I learned Allen. Pope is in fact a developer. So when you're given to protect his always looking for positive contributions so it sounds like you found fan of fantasy so for project. Yeah kind of I. I mean isn't interesting thing and it would be quite interesting to start developing something that is useful to other people rather than my stupid shells groups that are useful to me right. Yes there's definitely more value in creating something that other people can use or reuse and certainly I recognize the requirement for this because a couple of weeks ago is with the beat was released for nineteen ten. I made lots of cools for come and test and file your bugs and people did so thank you for that for all of you that actually you know decided you gonNA contribute and get involved this time round. Brilliant fantastic job. But then I felt like I'd let people down because a lot of people were like okay. I've found some issues but I don't know what to do now and this would be the perfect vehicle to help. Those people contribute in a meaningful way and there are loads of other things that could in this like imagine that that cool for testing imagine that was in the APP by an popped a notification out and said. Hey there's a thing that needs testing and you've already today in because you've installed the APP manuals the APP. We've pressed a button. This has often tests and stuff. Yeah that kind of thing could drive people and guide them through how to do the test and then guide them through to follow bug when it goes wrong. I think I think there is sending space for that. So that's that's my first. One is stealing feedback hub from windows infancy. Something like it on a windy. We might have to discuss licensing terms with Microsoft but other than that. It's a great idea. So ex true. The second one is super easy to describe Do not disturb. I WanNa but my compress and I get notifications from anything. Nothing at all nothing from any browsers. Nothing for many applications that have their own bespoke notification system nothing from the desktop native cases. I won't none. I want to and it may need to have some kind of plugging architecture to be able to cope with chromium sweet notifications telegrams weird notifications. But if there was some way that you know it was possible to make extensible than people might be able to contribute you plug in -able things to support all these other weird applications that we have because we don't have a unified coming. Api for notifications at all over the place. And so I think rather than take the elementary attitude all the consumer project attitude of his our. Apr Us that nothing else. I would rather we knew the people using all kinds of different applications like discord and steam notifications and all these things all different and sometimes I just want them all to just go away and I want to be able to press the button and Galway. Yeah that's an interesting. One I was I was going to smugly reply Who Will the green version of a Bantu does this now? But your description of do not disturb is much broader than just hooking into the well known Xt G NOTIFICATIONS. Best vacations right. I knew you have this. Which is why extended the requirements to be beyond what you'd already delivered on. Not that daft can see. The troll will trolling animation. Running running over in my head right now. I realise you've baited me. But he is is a useful thing. Right yes yeah yet is. It is definitely And the final thing I would really like for. Twenty four is a thing that frost has frustrated me for years is we don't do well when something goes wrong on. The users just dumped a black screen as lots of causes for this like a package got removed. All the nvidia binary driver. Update went wrong. All the disc is full. Or whatever right this you could probably easily anyone who's been around into Lennox for for a while to come up. Probably with half a dozen to a dozen different scenarios that would cause you to get black screen and for an end user. That's an appalling state to be left in because you can do nothing. You're not empowered to fix the thing. You've got a black screen and you can't get and you can't do anything so I feel like we should identify what the US data and science to identify. The most common causes a black screen and figure out solutions. Either to mitigate them like to prevent them happening in the first place all to guide people to success. Like we've got the recovery console. Maybe they need things adding that maybe we automatically into recovery or something to make it better. So Yeah I want. I want us to fixate a bit on end user support when things go catastrophic hero. Because we see this a lot in We get people coming into the the podcast telegram channel that I see quite low on the open to read it where people you know. They've they've booted machine and they either get a blank screen. All some era which get them as far as logan prompt and they left with taking a photo of their monitoring posting it. Because that's all you can do at that point but you know there is that that's probably there any computer and that they're they're having to resort to opening a messaging system or opening ready on their mobile phone and taking a blurry picture of colonel. Panicle little black screen or GRUB. You know any any one of these things you have seen all of these people listening could be nodding hopefully and saying. I've seen that we need to fix that. We need to stop. Stop Dumping People in a horrible place. So that's my three so mark. What is the first off your list? Well this has annoyed me no end ever since I started using the default now show up into desktop. There were various cases when you're using you're using an application or you click a notification and You've got opens a window in the background. And then POPs up in education saying this application is ready for nothing. Nothing else happens and you think well. Why did clicking notification? Then give me another notification rather than giving me the APP or you know what's it. What's it doing now? That is ready. It seems like the most bizarre in pointless bit of user experience I've ever seen and I want it to go away and that all the all name extensions which make it go away and have various results. I'm just stop appearing. Some make it so that it focuses the window but I don't think it's acceptable to give people this in an lts distribution have you followed? The bug trackers to find out why I have. Yes edify me. Why what is this so in the in the pre show? I saw this and I was like what is this. I don't know what this is and both of you said. Wait for the show. So here we are. I'm absolutely clueless as to what this is because I run the green version of never seen this thing. So why why is this thing on? What's its purpose day? Some sort of deep down bit of of stuff in GT K. I think or in the GNOME libraries which is third. Stop Windows stealing focus unexpectedly. Basically so that you're not typing in one window then suddenly typing another because it's decided another window once focus so instead of doing a puppy open. Education informed user the The window once focus but the trouble is that it does even if the window has is dropping focus in response to a specific action that you've performed which means that you end up with a notification rather than the window that you're after and I've seen various bugs where basically the The developers of said this is expected. Behavior go away which isn't very helpful or have dismissed because of because of the frustration caused the buzzer reporting. Because basically said we need to stop doing this and the responsibility? You can't stop doing this because they're very good reason. You need to ask you a question differently or something like that and that all that adds to the frustration because it seems like they don't care about how bad experience this induces. It is completely use a hostile interaction like the fact that I can click an icon to launch an application. And he says yeah your applications ready but it's nowhere on three screens hair. An isn't on any of them. It's behind everything it's like there is it. It's infuriating and I can understand. People want to mitigate the problem of typing in your password and it going in the wrong box and you end up typing your password. Denial see I think was well one of the bug reports said it's two thousand nine hundred nineteen because you know all of everyone. Yeah everyone uses. I'll say all the time. So that's the most important thing to get right and not type of positives which yeah okay. I've signed. Se Channels and SEE PEOPLE PAUSE. And he's quite funny that moment momentarily. I accidentally typed the word awesome into an ion channel today and it turned out it was absolutely the correct response that so yeah I I am one hundred percent in agreement with mark that wherever the thing is is busted is causing them to have this workaround fixed that but in the meantime let's have an extension all whatever we'll have to get somebody with some influence. Take a look at that one thing. Yeah totally so my next one is. I'd like the the experience of using five hawks. Snap to be smoothed out a bit. Who so he's great being able to have Fox not because it means you get the regular updates because five Fox has its own fairly rapid release cycle much more rapid than they have been to desktop itself and snaps already good ways to deliver that but there are a few rough edges. That still need ironing out there so in particular. When you're downloading stuff norm on a on a debbeen package version of fire. Fox You you click on a file and it might offer you some options for ways to launch file. And if you've downloaded the file and you click in the downloads manager. It then either opens the file or directory. It's independent what you do. However in the snap you don't generally get the options for that precautions to open a type of file and if you try and click the file in the download manager. It then has to ask you for permission to Sh- to show you that file in the file manager right then. No I'm using the snap version and you shouldn't have to know that yes good point. I can't disagree with that. I precisely the dialogue. You referring to I do have a bonus but since we said desktop in particular The other one that I'd like is better. Use of the top left hand corner. What's the top left hand corner of the desktop right? So the top left corner of the desktop had. So it's where the you've got the launcher down. The left hand side and at the top of that in unity used to get the the buttons if your window is maximized and then you would have the.
"sprint" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast
"It's the spring th of April fine so what is the values that you have in that specific area and how can I improve them so maybe it would be through a nonspecific gym work doc. Maybe it would be through sprint specific strength work but the first inflammation should be this one. I mean jumping tests jumping profile jumping whatever you name. It shouldn't be the first information we collect if we are dealing with sprint people. It seems so obvious. I think you know it's super obvious but I feel that in the training word it's not that obvious yeah yeah I think we I think I think one of the things that we tend to do. Is We really generalize. Power like even the term strength and conditioning. There's a lot of generalizations that filter into two specific words or things like that and it's always a lot of times we just ended up <hes> marginalizing things down to like just force and you know why you know why I think one reason for that is that it seems to bid but it's the case. The information is easier to collect. It's easier to measure some jumping variables in sprinters or in sprinting people and it's let's say easier to have them. Jump a little bit rather than sprint a little bit and for that single reason in my opinion we explain part out of the misconception here just because if I want to know how you sprint and what is your mecanical providing sprinting hey you will have to do an all out acceleration and this is much more taxing for you for me etc KC than having you jumping you think so it's part of the explanation in my opinion unless it was difficult until very recently to generate some mechanical variables from sprint where it was easier to generate some villas city power estimates in in the gym with a bar with you know some linear encoders Jim aware whatever so we have to be careful between what's necessary to measure and what's possible. Possible to measure definitely right. It's it's extremely easy to measure something. That's just basically you could stand on a square or or being a small vertical space and get a get a measurement. It's it's <hes> it's definitely much easier process than it's almost like there's is this desire. We WanNA dig as much out as we can. If it's easy to do that you know we want to dig as much as we cannot have it but at the end of the day like you said it and that actually I I'm not sure if you mentioned them the last podcast or not I think good pieces it's stuck with me but it is really I mean that's a huge key or cornerstone statement that the four the force of all things is is completely. There's not correlated in a jump or sprint and high high level athletes are trained athletes. I mean I usually I used to take other sports examples so that people really understand it's like I'm marathoner and you're doing some cycling tests on my physiological capabilities. What's the meaning of my cycling clean power? I power if I'm marathoner I mean everybody will say come on. It's not specific Blah Blah Blah so it's exactly the same between and then we'd be some correlations I mean my maximum power in cycling will be very likely correlated to the marathon power. I have to my entrance capabilities but at some point dam assess what you need to develop if you can and no you can't in sprinting yeah the it's it's really I think is really interesting to see how the better our analysis and dated and the ability to track those specific variables especially in something like a sprint that is a little more complex. You know you're not just not just dipping down in jumping and granted. There's there's a lot going on to being down and jumping but I I feel like that really is allowing us to be a lot more fine tuned in our process and so one of the things that I think along with the data in an area of interest that I wanted to get into it was sprint. Check a hamstring injuries sprint technique like what's the latest in that is and I think one of the big kind of topics that tends to come up and I'm sure there's you know a lot from both camps is like the idea of of sprint technique acne can hamstring injuries versus strength training in hamstring injuries and which side of things is a export coaching performance professional <unk> approach things with <hes> but one of the things I wanted to start this hamstring conversation. I was what are racing with sprint technique related to hamstring injuries from the recent research so basically the the research is going on in that but it's exactly the same debate it is much easier to measure your hamstring strength. I mean you just jump on the machine and you just flex Max and we measured the force rather than exploring in measuring and detailing your sprint technique because to know your sprint technique we will have to do some video analyzes. We will have to analyze the data. We'll have to select some steps because you will run a ten meters per second and it's going to be really tough to so one is much easier to quantify than the other but the issue in sprinting with hamstrings is that most of the injuries occur at fast speeds and most of the injuries likely occur between the swing phase and the early contact face okay even if there's debate on that so it means that what we can easily measure is a low speed high force low range of motion totally non specific situation hamstring strength whether it's on ISO kinetic machines or whatever her and what is really impotent to measure it's the mechanisms of injury which is when your hamstrings snap when you're running fast and this is long lengths a single leg exercises assizes it's super fast lengthening of the muscle tendon unit so it's the opposite situation so my point is it's okay to measure the strength and there has been some studies showing perspectively that it was related to the risk risk. There has been some studies showing it was not so the literature is you know there's a big Meta analyzes last year by Green and Khalid showing that is gonNa take data will basically tell nothing but first and foremost we need to focus on the sprint injury mechanism okay. How do you spring? Maybe you're answering snap because you're not strong enough during the sprint but this is where we need to go I we don't I don't want to have indirect indicators. I need to spend time and energy on getting some more direct indicators. One thing has happened last year. There's been a publication in nature showing a new technique to analyze to estimate the muscle tension action from whereabout field devices the technique is that they just vibrate the tendon and estimate the force so he's been validated in Vivo and then during running and this idea do kinetic analysis of this print technique will bring some. I think interesting data so we are now generating stuff. It's a young guy named Johann Lottie from working on that and there has been a couple of papers in the last two years <hes> showing some perspective links between how people run some variables of that because you know when you put some markers on someone and they sprint you can get millions ends of data okay so if you narrow it down to the trunk position to the Pelvic position to the side to side leg motion to the trunk angles etc you have some factors that are related to injuries so I will name to the first one is the trunk lateral motion so there has been a very recent study in Australia by girl named Clair Kenneally showing that the future injured players in rugby tended to have a more lateral trunk inflexion during the swing face so it means if you cannot control the trunk correctly you will have some huge movements to counterbalance and the pelvis muscles play a role and the hamstrings are pelvic attached and the second study is by Belgian team <hes> the girl is joke chairman's therapist and she published also the fact that the muscle the core muscle activity so he twas mainly trunk superficial official muscles gluts muscles. It's clearly lower in soccer. Players will sustain a hamstring injury during the season when they sprint so this is only partial evidence of course but it's accumulating evidence and one one track of research that we have is around the pelvic tilt angle like how your pelvic is tilted when you when you enter the swing phase of the sprint you can do very simple test you stand up with the pelvic in the neutral position and you try to kick one of your legs forward and you see how high you can kick that in the year. Okay then you voluntarily tilt your pelvis forward which will change the hamstring position due to their attachment to the skeptic Toubro City and when you do the same test the range of motion is crazy lower which means that you cannot kick your leg saying and if you take that from a standing still steel situation to anno- out maximum velocity situation you can imagine the range of tension that your hamstring system will face with an anti-israeli tilted pelvis versus more neutral pelvis position same for the trunk angle so this is functional anatomy analyze. Now what we need to do is to run some prospective studies to verify this hypothesis which makes sense is actually verified by data but to do that you need to measure hundreds of players because only some of them of course we get injured and you need to analyze their sprint pattern and believe me. It's a lot more difficult difficult than just having them jumping on a machine and kicking you see what I mean so it's a challenge but it's a challenge. I'm excited to to take the just live performance podcast brought to you by <unk> simply faster yeah sprinting is such a integrated complex system and it's. I think it's cool to see where like how that is going to play out especially with like you talk about like the new ideas in assessing dressing like the tent entering running and things like that because you feel like I mean maybe someone who's an anterior till Sir but maybe they can like compensate their way around a little date. Maybe they're not that fast so there need never you know there's probably so many factors and how someone with that can totally get around it and it must be very clear we see sprint mechanics how people run as just another piece of the equation another piece of the puzzle so it means you're puzzle is at least your age previous injuries flexibility force of course sprint mechanics. It's it's a multi component puzzle. I mean every practitioner knows she's therapies coaches that some very strong hamstrings will be injured at the end of the season. Everyone knows that some very weak hamstrings will not be injured at the end of the season and everything in between you see what I mean so it means that there's other explanations and our. The Way I see research we try to explain the entire phenomena not just thirty percent of the variants or forty percent of the variants you see because when you deal with players and when you follow athletes if they are super super good on one item and they get injured..
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"You having a week long sprint or a three hour sprints dome type of thing make sure that it's structured. In a sense that it's being facilitated by someone that it's being Carefully timed perhaps. You have exercises that you have to run through that a team based Ultimately everyone needs to know what the info they need to know win to start producing something and went to stop producing that thing If it helps by means of another example when you conducted design sprint based on the The google ventures principles. You actually get a to do list on every day of the week that you're running the sprint on so will literally tell you monday at ten. Am between ten eleven year during a thing called lightning demos and lighting. Demos is when everyone in the team goes and finds a potential competitive products That could relate to the one you're trying to build and then between eleven and eleven fifteen every team member presents two of those ideas and eleven fifteen to eleven forty five. You draw mind map and so on and so forth. There's a very clear agenda to the meeting and there's someone facilitating that meeting An and facilitation was actually going to be my knicks point. It's it's a. It's the same pain. Behave a have with meetings. It's not enough to simply have an agenda and all these exercises listed on paper you can stick them on the wall and everyone can try. Follow them at the own accord but it really helps for someone to lead the show to basic conduct. These stations for someone to say okay. Now is the time to do that times. Up with your pains down. Let's move onto this thing. Let's start reviewing what we did in the previous exercise. Let's summarize what avon's input. Let's conduct fourteen exercises. Somebody has to facilitate these sessions. Maybe have you know has to his a strong would. But i would differently. Vouch for the fix of having facilitation as opposed to not having one For what it's worth. I was a facilitator myself. That was merola voice of the cases. But just know that if you officer rotating if you ought taking if any of what i'm saying is nar inspiring you to chuck deck something similar. That does not mean you're not involved in the actual Session itself or the exercise of themselves. Yes simply doubling up as the role of somebody that conducted and then soon as an exercise begins you switch onto a resource that helps provide to it..
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"That went beyond the book And i started diving into a few minor realized that google ventures is not the only company that came up with a design thinking methodology. But the way in fact Other ways of applying similar Principles But just in slightly different executions which leads me to the next point so fast for a couple years to where i am now Since that first experiment. I ended up conducting a variety of workshops Some feel was long some a week. Long each one slightly different in in the newtonian execution. But also the intent of what we will try to solve in how but they shared some commonalities in terms of half in the wor how quick the were and how productive the outcome was at the end of the day And does the semi to be said about. You know you see how you can solve challenges in in your day. White life using these principles and he made me things like well. Wait a second. If i'm if this is really why can for me in a in a in a software development rum in product design all product enhancement and building and such. Could i use this outside of it. and you know i started in various ways applying it into my own life so for example if i was exploring You know going back to our original episode and the the foundation of this of the putt cost. If i'm exploring the passion skills and interest could i do so in a more efficient and and Productive way and i would apply like little bit of Principles on fun design thinking approach to try solve these sort of challenges. Quick so coming back to the to the the the foundation of this specific episode. It's that i wanted to shay some of these universal traits that I believe and again this is. This is not something that i put enrico publish to some academic papers. These are just like some extracts that you could say i'm o- opinion based by the also based on my experience with different design Sprintone workshops i wanted to to extract some of the universal traits that can be used to narnia city just so Software development challenges but essentially help you navigate through any challenge in multiple industries. Whether you're trying to again build a cell free product for that sense show if you're trying to build a new product maybe it's a physical product. We're trying to build like a robot design A bridal dress or you want to build a call. You're trying to solve Waste management issues in your own city. Whatever it is that you facing ultimately there's a court challenge and ultimately the people that you need to consult with an shea skills with nor to find the solution to that challenge so without further. Do i would like to say some of the principles that i believe. When you you apply them to your day today methodologies. You essentially embodying what i like to call a sprint mentality. So for the first one. It's you this is perhaps the one of the most important elements of any Design thinking execution is that it's founded upon collaboration. I think that in in various structures and again it's depending on which industry you are waking in a lot of times people work on the own depending on the skill set so for example in old ad agencies. They used to be something called the waterfall approach. Which basically meant when a new job came in it. Will i go to say strategy. And then we'll get into the copyrights then we'll get passed onto the designer then. We'll get pasta to someone else and so forth so avon worked in isolation and did they parts and then you would hope that the bigger picture will just like make sense at.
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"Everyone and thank you for joining me for another episode of my podcast. Ready adam today. I wanna talk about something that i like to call a sprint mentality now. I'm show that to him. Sounds a little bit foreign sir. Limoges explain what's behind it In my professional career currently within the software development rome there there's an approach to product design will generally just solving challenges that is cold A design thinking approach which in a nutshell and you can read more about it online but audit really means is that you are sovan challenges with a solution based approach and often putting yourself in the shoes of the user or you're talking market or ultimately whoever's going to use the product that you're trying to solve will create Within that realm is a few methodologies that exist Called him executions exercises workshops in the likes and they are often called design. sprints so What i'm trying to do in this pod. 'cause and what i try to do you know most of my life is that i look at something that is contextual relevant but they not try extract some learnings and insights that can be used in a more universal saints so ultimately this is somebody that i encountered and experimented with within in my professional career in suffered veteran rome by believe there some Universal traits that can be extracted from that and use across multiple industries. Which is the the crux of this podcast. Ready so If we take it a step back and go to back to what design thinking and design sprint saw I'm sure at some stage with a online. Maybe you conducted them yourself. Will maybe you just browse him. Stuck photography you would have seen people in a bunch of people in the room with a see through windows and a bunch of postal sticky notes. Whatever you wanna call them scattered all over the place. Oh people join like mind maps all Basically a lot of handwritten material few according to that and he's just like the colorful seen from a beautiful mind or something of that sort That usually refers to a bunch of people. Sylvan challenges three design thinking exercise So backing in south africa believe it was around august twenty sixteen I read a really really good book..