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Typical fitness podcasts focus on sharing complicated egocentric advice that's too boring and too specific! I'm here to bring the humanity back into fitness and share interviews from the whole spectrum of exercise knowledge! Whether it's an enthusiast with a personal journey or an Olympic Ice skater, everyone is a fitness hero with practical experiences to share! Join me as I unearth relatable fitness stories from the people who made it happen all by themselves!
 
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The Revelation Project

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The Revelation Project is both an individual and holistic movement that lifts the barriers from everything that keep women from knowing their inherent wholeness and remembering that we are both human and divine. The Revelation Project Podcast explores alternative narratives to traditional patriarchal influences and investigates vulnerable and courageous topics that reveal the deeper truth. We believe that life is a revelation project and what gets revealed, gets healed.
 
Welcome to the End of Tourism, a podcast about wanderlust, exile, and radical hospitality. For some, tourism can entail learning, freedom, and financial survival. For others, it means the loss of culture, land, and lineage. Our conversations explore the unauthorized histories and consequences of modern travel. They are dispatches from the resistance. Hosted by Chris Christou.
 
The Athletic's flagship hockey podcast features hosts Ian Mendes, Craig Custance, Hailey Salvian, Sean Gentille, Sean McIndoe, CBC's Rob Pizzo, Jesse Granger, Sara Civian, Max Bultman, and Corey Pronman, as well as The Athletic's great NHL writers, delivering previews of the week's best matchups, interviews with league insiders, analytics, prospect updates, betting picks, and much more, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, plus select Fridays throughout the season.
 
The podcast that will serve up the good, the bad, the steamy, the dreamy, the drama, the comedy...the ooo's and ahh's of the genre that is romance. Come in and pour something tasty as Ghada and Coleen serve the world of romance books with a side of coffee.
 
Welcome to the (R)Evolution. A Poetic Approach To: Masculinity, Evolutionary Psychology & Philosophy, Mysticism, Sex, and Language. Join host Kevin Orosz as he incites, invites, and articulates the (r)evolution happening through powerful culture mutants, superheroes, & memeticians. Topics range from evolutionary psychology, to ancient philosophy, to digital media theory, to sacred sexuality, and beyond . . .
 
A new podcast series about the people who built the rainbow, created space and held their own! Discover the artists and activists, performers and politicians and the pivotal moments that impacted how Queers live today. Featuring: Greg Malone of CBC's CODCO, Jane Rule with Linda Morra (PhD), Sex Garage, Small Town Prides, Hot Chocolate by Claudy Philius, author and AIDS historian Sarah Schulman, ACT UP MTL founders Blane Charles and Michael Hendricks, Montreal's 'Park of Hope' AIDS memorial, ...
 
Musician and synth-enthusiast Seja talks to her guests about their creative endeavours, where they came from, and what inspires them. She is also asking about the strangest or worst show/experience the person has had as part of their artistic venture. The answer to this question will not only be played on the podcast, but also illustrated by a different artist each time. Illustrations will be posted on the HearSej Facebook and Instagram pages.
 
Stories of the Pandemy, for the People of the Pandemy. No one is alone on the Pandemy Show, where we find solace in shared experience and rediscover our common humanity. The Covid 19 global pandemy has many people feeling isolated, but from our perspective, we are all in this together, we’re all humans, trying to figure out life in 2020 and beyond. Whether you are a rat licker, sheeple, or somewhere in between, all are welcome at the Pandemy Show.
 
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We've been taught to believe that myths are untrue, yet this indicates how atrophied our cultural mythic imagination is. As a result, myth has been relegated to consumer entertainment or dismissed as irrelevant to us vs. a potent way to more deeply understand ourselves in reciprocal relationships with others and the world. Ours is a fact-based, lin…
 
First, Hailey and guest cohost Sean Gentille discuss whether Nazem Kadri has signed with the New York Islanders or not, and what his potential deal could look like, how he’ll make history as the first player to bring the Stanley Cup to a mosque, the impact of COVID on teams’ longterm salary cap planning, Team USA Women’s roster for the upcoming IIH…
 
Sons of a Good Keen Man by The Crump Brothers. Barry had six kids (that we know about all sons, and they met up a few years ago and then decided to write this book about their famous father and how their experience of him was light years away from the public persona that the rest of us got to see. It’s really sad – some very damaged people have bee…
 
Financial high flyer Sam Stubbs is on a mission – to improve basic financial knowledge of New Zealanders. Sam is of course the co-founder of not-for-profit Kiwi-saver scheme, Simplicity. With a cost of living crisis and possible recession on the horizon it’s never been more important to understand how to manage your money. Sam has released a very e…
 
So this week I'm giving you a little preview of something that's coming up at the school. Our citrus orchard has produced some huge amounts of wonderful lemons, oranges and limes at the moment we are struggling to use them! So for this month's supper club (which is an annual dinner event at the school) we are going to use lemons in every course to …
 
This week we are going to talk about why desk jobs might be just as exhausting as manual labour jobs! Published this week in the journal Current Biology. the research looked into why we can come home from the office feeling exhausted even though all we have done is sit at a desk all day. The study split 40 volunteers into two groups and gave them t…
 
The music industry seems all glamour, right? The fans, the money, the fame. Behind the scenes though there is a different story. An industry that has tolerated addiction and exploitation all in the name of entertainment. A new book has gone behind the scenes, to explore these failings, with first-hand access to artists like the Foo Fighters, Green …
 
Speaking at the Tourism Export Council of New Zealand annual conference in Nelson on Wednesday, Minister of Tourism Stuart Nash was at it again, probably getting more headlines in international papers than he did here in New Zealand with his vision for New Zealand to be one of the top three aspirational destinations for the “world’s most discerning…
 
Tourism minister Stuart Nash has this week again expressed his desire for New Zealand to attract “high quality” wealthy tourists. Nash has said New Zealand won’t be targeting those that “travel around our country on $10 a day eating two-minute noodles”. Brian Westwood is the President of the Backpacker Youth and Adventure Tourism Association joins …
 
Sam Uffindell’s story dominated the beginning of the week. Francesca Rudkin spoke to him the day after winning the Tauranga by-election and asked if him if he was ready for politics NZ Herald Political Editor Claire Trevett joined the Sunday Session to discuss. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
This week we have seen allegations of workplace bullying thrown across Parliament, also released, was a survey showing a third of police staff believe the organisation still tolerates harassment and bullying. Professor Bevan Catley is the associate head of the School of Management at Massey University and co-founder of the Healthy Work Group. His p…
 
Zappy Zapolin is driven by his belief that psychedelic medicine is the most powerful tool available to quickly raise consciousness and alter humanity’s direction from a destructive path. He has made it his life's mission to increase accessibility to psychedelic compounds through education, media, research, clinical development, and commercial enter…
 
The initial response for listeners' hockey questions was so massive, Ian and Sean had to give the topic a second episode. This week, they discuss swapping goalies for shootouts, how face-off locations are decided, what the bumper position in a power play is, if goalies can cross center ice and much more! Have a question/comment for the show? Email …
 
In this episode of the Fit For Golf Podcast. I am joined by Dr Rob Gray. Rob is an expert in skill acquisition, which is how we learn and improve at things like hitting golf balls , kicking footballs, or tying our shoe laces. I was delighted to have him as a guest and ask him about the science behind swing changes, and how we can best set up our pr…
 
Rob, Sara and Jesse discuss the latest injury to Max Pacioretty, as the newest Carolina Hurricane needs surgery to repair a torn Achilles tendon. With NHL transactions slowing down, the roundtable takes a look at the 13 NHL teams currently over the cap and the most attractive remaining unrestricted free agents including Nazem Kadri who most in the …
 
Emotional labor is the exertion of energy for the purpose of addressing people’s feelings, making people comfortable, or living up to social expectations. It’s called “emotional labor” because it ends up using – and often draining – our emotional resources. Emotional labor was a feeling I knew well before I knew it was a thing! It's such a relief t…
 
First, Max and Corey talk about Johnathan Huberdeau’s 8-year, $84 million extension with the Calgary Flames and then discuss Team Canada running away with the 2022 Hlinka-Gretzky tournament, who elevated their game for Team Canada, which non-Canadian players caught Corey’s attention, and more. Then, the guys preview the IIHF World Junior Championsh…
 
Tomorrow, & Tomorrow, & Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin. I loved this and didn’t particularly expect to as it’s about two kids who meet as children on the ward in a hospital where they play video games together; and then meet up 8 years later when Sam is at Harvard and Sadie’s at MIT and together produce a game which is a massive global hit. Gaming is …
 
Lost luggage is a big news story all over the world. And with horror stories emerging, Kiwis are looking for the best ways to prevent themselves to avoid this situation. Travel blogger Megan Singleton joined Francesca Rudkin to discuss the best tips and tricks. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Hallelujah is undoubtedly Leonard Cohen’s biggest hit, but initially, the song had very little success. The story of the song Hallelujah and the man behind it is now the subject of a documentary – Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, a Journey, A Song. The film’s directors Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine joined Francesca Rudkin. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com…
 
Can too much of something that's good for us actually be harmful? This is a particular issue with antibiotics, where too much of an antibiotic you don't need increases the risk of developing a resistant infection in the future. Wellness expert Erin O'Hara joined Francesca Rudkin to discuss more on the pros and cons of taking antibiotics. LISTEN ABO…
 
South African Sausage is on the menu today – bit on the nose, but tasty! Well like everyone in NZ this morning we are waking up to the result of the first test between South Africa and the All Blacks. To celebrate the test match I want to give you one of South Africa's favorite foods behind the hugely important Braai or BBQ. Boerewors, which is a h…
 
This week we are talking self-driving cars and how they might need a gender setting on them! Anyone who has bought a new car will notice more and more technology and automated functions in them, helping the human driver to drive more safely. Everything from keeping you in your lane if your drift, emergency braking for you if in danger and even self…
 
Editor of flicks.co.nz Steve Newall joined Francesca Rudkin to discuss artists calling for mask-wearing at concerts, the future of Dunedin's Crown Hotel in turmoil, winners from the Best Short Film at the NZIFF, and the return of Brokenwood Mysteries. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
True crime fans, do I have a story for you. One of murder, the hijacking of a $100 million supertanker, modern-day piracy, ridiculous amounts of money and a global maritime insurance conspiracy. It honestly reads like a work of fiction but new book Dead in the Water: Murder and Fraud in the World's Most Secretive Industry is all very, very true. On…
 
The White Ferns will face England for the bronze medal after taking Australia to the final over but losing by five wickets at Edgbaston tonight. It was a much more creditable performance from New Zealand after they had been crushed by the hosts in their final group game, a result that set up a semifinal against the tournament's firm favourites. But…
 
Employment relations specialist Sylvia Wood has been elected National Party president at the party's conference in Christchurch. Wood takes over from Peter Goodfellow, whose 13 years in the job make him the party's longest-serving president. Wood has over 25 years' experience in human resources and employment relations. National leader Christopher …
 
In a one-sided defeat to the Springboks where their attack failed display any form of fluency, they were dominated at the breakdown and struggled to defuse the aerial bombardment, All Blacks coach Ian Foster believes his side delivered their most improved performance of the season. A fifth loss from their last six tests revealed familiar issues for…
 
National Party Deputy Leader Nicola Willis has laid out her vision for the future of New Zealand. Speaking at the party’s AGM in Christchurch, Willis addressed the challenging economic conditions our country is facing and how a National Government will lead New Zealanders forward. Nicola Willis joined Francesca Rudkin. LISTEN ABOVE See omnystudio.c…
 
The Birmingham Commonwealth Games kind of snuck up on us didn’t they? It’s fair to say there have been plenty of other things on our minds over the last few months, and while Newstalk’s sports hosts did a great job introducing us to athletes heading to Birmingham there hasn’t been a lot of hype. And yet, the 22nd Commonwealth Games seems to have ar…
 
I was recently on Cory’s podcast, and I enjoyed our conversation so much that I proposed we keep it rolling on mine. That’s how it works with us podcasters. Dinner at my place, dinner at your place. In addition to hosting his very successful podcast, Cory has published a book about mindfulness, and has written, produced, and engineered his own musi…
 
Rock talks with his wife, Dana, about her amazing body transformation. TIME STAMPS: 1:30 Dana’s struggle with weight loss 6:00 Introduction to Bright Line Eating 12:00 Recognizing which foods do not work for you 15:00 Why Bright Line works for Dana 18:30 4 bright lines 21:00 Dana’s transformation 27:30 The Will Power Gap 31:30 Focusing on eating, n…
 
As a new fan to the sport, or a hockey fan for thirty years, there may be some rules in the NHL you may be confused about. Ian and Sean spend this episode focusing on penalties: breaking down questions listeners had about offsetting penalties, the instigator call, embellishment, and more! Have a question for Ian and Sean? Email theathletichockeysho…
 
First, Rob, Jesse, and Sara discuss John Klingberg’s 1-year, $7 million deal with the Anaheim Ducks, Kirill Kaprizov’s return to the United States from Russia on Monday after previously being denied entry to the US via Dubai last month, interesting takeaways from Jesse’s article calculating the biggest changes in Stanley Cup betting lines since fre…
 
En este episodio, me acompaña Marcos Esmar. Maros nació en el año de 1996 en Cosoltepec, Oaxaca. Es estudiante autodidactica, se dedica a hacer rap y a la escritura, participa en el colectivo Espiral de Pensamiento Crítico, proyecto en el que ha colaborado con diversos textos sobre teoría crítica y poesía. El proyecto Espiral de Pensamiento Crítico…
 
"Maybe the journey isn't so much about becoming anything. Maybe it's about unbecoming everything that is not you so that you can discover, reveal, and embrace the truth of who you are." "It's "unbecoming" for a lady to sit like that, Monica." "Stop making faces like that! It's unbecoming for a little lady, and besides, your face might freeze!" Unbe…
 
The title is a bit of a reach but we totally talked about all of these and more with jesi Stracham. You wanna learn about true strength? Listen to this interview and you'll get the knowledge. She's got one of the most inspirational stories of all time and became a business owner when she started her foundation Wheel With Me Fit. It provides fitness…
 
First, Ian and guest cohost Julian McKenzie discuss the surprise signing of John Klingberg with the Anaheim Ducks on a 1-year, $7 million contract, how often 1-year deals actually work out, why guys like Nazem Kadri and Patrice Bergeron remain unsigned into August, potential landing spots for PK Subban, and more. Then, the guys talk about TSN broad…
 
On his second visit to the podcast, Frans discusses his latest book, Different: Gender Through the Eyes of a Primatologist, as well as one of my favorite books, Bonobo: The Forgotten Ape, which he co-authored with photographer Frans Lanting. Frans received his Ph.D. in Biology and Zoology from Utrecht University, the Netherlands, in 1977. He comple…
 
This month we delve into the world of wireless ultrasound machines, with a review of the GE VScan Air. With Harriet, Amy and Jack discussing how it's held up in practice and out of the road. So if you're considering adding this piece of kit to your practice, tune in and hear about all its fantastic features.…
 
Happy Emancipation Day! Nicola Jane, of Grand River Food Forestry, is currently on the Sankofa 100 Miles to Freedom Tour 2022. Exploring and rediscovering the stories of Freedom Fighters escaping slavery. She is following the Freedom Trail that so many people used escaping from bondage in the United States to Canada. Following the Freedom Trails, N…
 
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