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United Health Care Cycling Team's Benjamin Day joins us to discuss Stage 5 of the US Pro Cycling Challenge. This stage’s serene first 80 miles hide a vicious finish and a last chance for climbing specialists to really make a move. Starting in the new host community of Woodland Park, Stage 5 heads west then north through some of the most picturesque terrain in Colorado. A quiet run through the Pike National Forest on Tarryall Rd., which was unpaved until just last year, and the riders will christen it properly with high speeds and lots of breakaway attempts. The action really starts when the race hits Fairplay and begins the long grind up 11,500 ft. Hoosier Pass, the highest point in the race. Then it is on to Breckenridge, where last year’s challenging finish up Moonstone Rd. will be repeated again. This nasty little climb can kill a break or launch a winner.
More recently, we see that the players who run the point may be just as much of a scoring threat as anyone else on the court, while still delivering the ball to the rest of their team.
There is no longer a “right way” to play point in 2014. What matters most is that they are leading their team.
They run the show. And In some cases, they are the show. Enter Chicago native Marquise Walker; who must be considered immediately not only as the top point guard, the top scoring guard, but possibly and arguably one of the best players in the class of 2019.
Without question already one of the most explosive scorers in his class; Walker can play at either the point or the two and is a big and strong backcourt player who beats down defenders with his strength all over the floor. He has a propensity for hitting big, often difficult shots - a skilled scorer who can shoot from deep or attack off the dribble. Walker is in his natural habitat when he's looking for his own offense and as stated is a big shot taker and maker who can also transform an offense with his creativity and passing ability as well as his ability to run a team and keep the defense honest with his range and consistent 3-ball.
He pushes the ball under control and makes good decisions at high speeds and is an excellent open court passer. With the frame to add additional strength Walker can easily be a multi-category contributor and with a dedicated effort could push consistently for triple double numbers with a focused effort. Flat out there are not many players in the country that can do the things that Walker does – those who question the viability of youth projections at this age; can make Walker the poster boy for P2ball as we will state right now for the record that you are seeing a mid-to-high major collegian player developing right before your eyes.
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There's a point in the planning process when your community broadband project team and main stakeholders need an education in the basics of broadband technology. The city CIO or IT manager probably understands the tech choices you face. However, it's important the city manager, economic development team, Chamber president, steering committee and others know how those choices facilitate or hinder the outcomes they want broadband to achieve.
Dave Russell, Solutions Marketing Director for FTTH equipment vendor Calix, brings clarity to common tech terms and terminology by explaining them in the context of key broadband business decisions. He helps listeners understand issues such as speed vs. capacity, the relationship between fiber and fixed wireless, technology options' and their impact on costs or deployment time, and matching needs with speeds and feeds.
There are also business issues within the community that tech staff, providers, vendors and potential partners need to know in order for them to deliver products or services that best meet community needs. Russell offers some tips for helping communities develop a good RFP as well as an effective process for evaluating RFP respondents. This show is great preparation Craig Settles' Webinar for Iowa and Colorado communities that begins Wednesday.
Khalil Brantley: Brantley is a creative guard who is capable of making plays for himself and others. He's dynamic with the ball in his hands and able to change gears with tremendous quickness, both stepping on the gas with his first step as well as stopping on a dime to pull-up – he has three point range, is unselfish, and is improving quickly on his pace game and being effective at all speeds. He is your new age PG who can score but loves to operate with flair; setting up teammates puts a smile on his face every time. Very intense, he is an emotional leader who will be heard from. The kid works hard, he wants it, and he exerts the necessary effort in the gym and out to get it. He is a game changer.
Chase Ellis: Versitle game changer big; he has an excellent mid-range and low post arsenal. He knocks down jumpers off the catch and off the dribble - very dangerous as a driver/slasher a very complete "basketball player". The tough combo forward has terrific ball skills and an IQ to make the right basketball play. He can and will hurt you in an array of different ways as a scorer, defender, and passer. Huge upside as the frame will develope into a powerfil stat stuffing machine.
Whatever your desires when it comes to your chosen work for life, you have to be prepared if it is to materialize. Being prepared in Attitude, Attire, Applications, Appearance, Abilities, and Communication that matches your goals. Doing these things is a requirement to reach goals timely. Living out loud is a requirement that speeds up the process. You identify what you want for your future work for life. You decide what a welcomed retirement looks like. Begin living out loud daily. Living out loud is sharing your thoughts with others. Bringing on board the personalities to help you in your journey to career success. Then you Touch and agree in a planned outcome.
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VICTORIA! EMPRESS OF THE UNIVERSE - Episode 2: "In Space No One Can Hear You Die"
A Steam-Punk inspired series where the British Empire begins its conquest of Space near the end of the 19th Century!
Story Synopsis: After several attempts on Sherlock Holmes' life; Dr. John Watson and the Ship Steward help him uncover a plot of epic proportions. New enemies and new allies arrive on the scene while perils and mysteries increase as the Britannia speeds toward Mars!
Written, Directed and Produced by Viktor Aurelius
Cast in Order of Appearance
Alex Gilmour as Doctor Neville Heath, Elie Hirschman as Dr. John Watson, Jeff Niles as Sherlock Holmes, D.T. Kelly as Pirate Captain Jacob Wells, Michael Romero as First Mate Roberts, Viktor Aurelius as the Crewman, Bryan Reid as the Britannia Ship Steward, Garry Cobbum as Baron Klutzenfeld, Dame Helena Fitch – as Herself, Jeff Niles as Mycroft Holmes, Lisa Dousharm as Queen Victoria, Viktor Aurelius as Admiral Sh'Ka, Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as Major Lu'Schay, Michael Breckenridge as Commander York, Joel Nisbet as Captain Marcus Bowman, Viktor Aurelius as Lieutenant Fox, Mat Weller as Lieutenant Booth and Jonithan Patrick Russell as the Robot
Music by Kevin MacLeod ( http://incompetech.com/m/c/royalty-free/ )
Sound Design by Viktor Aurelius
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In this episode, DJ Schandela finally joins us, after missing the first episode due to some technical difficulties (go figure LOL)...
In this episode, we'll talk about internet speeds in your area, benefits of drinking orange juice -- and the bad! hmmmm ---, traffic jams in manila region, and singing karaoke -- she might even sing live!!
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Dr. Jacquie Damgaard is the Executive Director for ExecuCare Addiction Recovery Center. She brings to ExecuCare twenty years of experience as a PhD psychologist working with addiction and eighteen years of experience as a Strategic Coach, working with C-level executives, professionals and entertainment celebrities. She is the co-founder of Coaching Solutions International, Inc.
Dr. Damgaard co-founded Coaching Solutions International, Inc. in 1998 to work with individuals, families, professionals, small businesses, and corporations to achieve peak performance in any life area. "My personal mission in life is to live and help others live an extraordinary life.
ExecuCare ARC, located in Norcross, Georgia, offers a revolutionary, science- based approach to freedom from addiction without the use of drugs to get off of drugs. ExecuCare administers an all-natural, nutrition-assisted detox called NTR Brain Restoration that utilizes a special formula of amino acids, vitamins, minerals and co-factors, which are administered intravenously and orally over a 10-day period by a registered nurse, under a doctor’s orders. NTR Brain Restoration brings the brain’s neurotransmitter levels back into balance, turns back on down-graded neurotransmitter sites, calms the nervous system, speeds up the healing process, eliminates cravings and minimizes withdrawal symptoms, all of which better prepare an individual for the next steps in permanent recovery. ExecuCare ARC offers NTR Brain Restoration as the detox step in recovery, followed by an intensive coaching program (www.execucarearc.com). NTR has also been shown to be effective in addressing Chronic Stress, Burnout and Post- traumatic Stress.
Total workout time for week 1 (per day): 45 mins. Calories burned (per day): 300-350
Total cardio time: 30 mins
For your body to start burning fat, your heart rate needs to get to more than 125 beats per minute. Track it with a heart rate monitor (Rs 2,000-Rs 6,000). Most treadmills these days are fitted with an inbuilt heart rate monitor.
Week 2 Beginner II
The pattern remains the same in week 2 but intensity increases by few minutes or reps.
Total workout time for week 2 (per day): 1 hour Calories burned (per day): 400-450
Total cardio time: 40 mins Follow same pattern of walking as in week 1 for the first 30 mins. Warm up for 5 mins at a comfortable speed of 6 kmph. Alternating between slow and fast — after every two, three or four minutes — choose speeds of 7 kmph and 8.5 kmph, respectively. After walking for 30 mins, run for 10.
Total cardio time: 25 mins Same as week one, except you are now doing 8-10 sprints of 100 metre each.
Total cardio time: 40 minutes Same as week one, but alternate between slow and fast speeds of 25 and 35 kmph, respectively, after every 2 mins for half an hour. Post that, cycle at your best capacity for 10 mins continuously.
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