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Tagged with “sports” (6)

  1. Why OESTROGEN is killing your gains | Dr Anthony Jay | PropanePodcast

    This week speak to Dr Anthony Jay, Biochemist, researcher and author of Estrogeneration. Do not miss this one, dude is a boss.

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  2. Wim Hof breathing tutorial by Wim Hof

    This is the first video of the free Mini Class, click the link below to join!

    We don’t hold back on the good stuff.

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    Wim Hof Breathing guided by Wim Hof himself explained with the science behind it. Please always learn from the source, and have the facts right. There is no room for speculation as breathing techniques can mean harm when not practiced right and when done in unsafe environments. Wim always runs his techniques by science. Among the universities; Harvard, Stanford, MIT, Radboud UMC, AMC, Hannover University and many more!

    • Don’t take the method and techniques too lightly, they go deep and the effects can have a huge impact.
    • Don’t do the breathing exercises in a swimming pool, before going underwater, beneath the shower or piloting any vehicle, without proper supervision. Always practice in a safe environment.
    • Keep in mind to do the exercises without forcing them, gradually build up and don’t exceed your limits.

    Love, strength and happiness to everyone!

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  3. Zero Squared #95: Žižek and the Double Blackmail | Free Podcasts | PodOmatic”

    Slavoj Žižek is the guest this week as we discuss the flak he’s received for a few of his Lacanian interventions into politics recently, Marx’s Labor Theory of Value, and his most current book Against the Double Blackmail.

    "[A]n urgent and entertaining diagnosis of the ongoing refugee crisis and global terror threat, highlighting the glaring contradictions in our attitudes and actions." —Mother Jones

    "Slavoj Žižek’s compellingly persuasive insights into the current refugee explosion…could not arrive at a more urgent time."—CounterPunch

    Thanks goes out to our Zero Books Club members. Zero Books club members gain access to the Inside Zero Books Podcast and are invited to participate in online workshops in critical theory. Now is always a good time to join.

    This episode does not feature any sound collages or clips, except for one clip from a youtube video called "Slavoj Zizek Reacts," and the song Raggle Taggle by A Hawk and a Hacksaw.

    photo credit goes to Ellis Christopher

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  4. Diet Soap Podcast #204: Breaking Bad All the Way | Free Podcasts | PodOmatic”

    The guest this week is Mark Fisher. Fisher is the author of the book Capitalist Realism and Ghosts of My Life (writings on depression, hauntology and lost futures). Fisher is also the author of an essay on the hit television show Breaking Bad for the New Humanist magazine and it’s this essay which will be the subject of this week’s podcast.

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    To set up this interview I thought I’d paste in an excerpt from Mark Fisher’s essay:

    Who needs religion when you have television? On soap operas, unlike in life, villainous characters almost always face their comeuppance. TV cops may now be required to have “complicated” private lives and dubious personal ethics, but we’re seldom in any serious doubt about the difference between good and evil, and on which side of the line the maverick cop ultimately falls. The persistence of the fantasy that justice is guaranteed – a religious fantasy – wouldn’t have surprised the great thinkers of modernity. Theorists such as Spinoza, Kant, Nietzsche and Marx argued that atheism was extremely difficult to practise. It’s all very well professing a lack of belief in God, but it’s much harder to give up the habits of thought which assume providence, divine justice and a secure distinction between good and evil.

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  5. Sports at Google: Jeff Galloway, “Run Injury Free”

    Jeff has worked with over 200,000 average people in training for specific goals. His innovative ideas have opened up the possibility of running and completing a marathon to almost everyone. Jeff believes we were all designed to run and walk and he keeps finding ways to bring more people into the positive world of exercise. This talk will focus on how to build a love of running and how to run injury free.

    A lifetime runner, Galloway was an All-American collegiate athlete and a member of the 1972 US Olympic Team in the 10,000 meters. He remains a competitive athlete, continuing through a successful masters running career. He is the CEO of Galloway Productions, which conducts a broad range of training programs and events yearly; he also owns two specialty running stores. He has written several books on training and writes a monthly column for Runner’s World Magazine.

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