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Mike and Tim will resolve their UEFA Champions League group stage batsu game, will make their picks for the upcoming college bowl season, and other topics that may come up over the course of discussion.
Cryptopreneurs Radio with Host Tony Gambone and Linda Ballesteros with Special Guest Andreas Antonopoulos:
Andreas M. Antonopoulos is a technologist and serial entrepreneur who has become one of the most well-known and well-respected figures in bitcoin. He is the author of “Mastering Bitcoin”, published by O’Reilly Media, considered by many to be the best technical guide to bitcoin. As an engaging public speaker, teacher and writer, Andreas makes complex subjects accessible and easy to understand. As an advisor, he helps startups recognize, evaluate, and navigate security and business risks.
Andreas grew up with the Internet, starting his first company, an early BBS and proto-ISP, as a teenager in his home in Greece. He earned degrees in Computer Science, Data Communications and Distributed Systems from University College London (UCL), recently ranked in the world’s top 10 universities. After moving to the US Andreas co-founded and managed a successful technology research company, and in that role advised dozens of Fortune 500 company executives on networking, security, data centers and cloud computing. More than 200 of his articles on security, cloud computing and data centers have been published in print and syndicated worldwide. He holds 2 patents in networking and security.
In 1990, Andreas started teaching on various IT topics in private, professional and academic environments. Andreas honed his speaking skills in front of audiences ranging in size from five executives in a boardroom to thousands of people in large conferences. With more than five hundred speaking engagements under his belt he is considered a world-class and charismatic public speaker and teacher. In 2014, he was appointed as a teaching fellow with the University of Nicosia, the first university in the world to offer a Masters Degree in Digital Currency. I
Dr Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic is an international authority in psychological profiling, talent management, and people analytics. He is the CEO of Hogan Assessment Systems, Professor of Business Psychology at University College London (UCL), and visiting Professor at Columbia University. He has previously taught at New York University and the London School of Economics.
Dr Tomas has published 8 books and over 120 scientific papers (h index 41), making him one of the most prolific social scientists of his generation. His work has received awards by the American Psychological Association and the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences.
Dr Tomas is also the director of UCL's Industrial-Organisational and Business Psychology programme, and an Associate to Harvard's Entrepreneurial Finance Lab.
Over the past 15 years, he has consulted to a range of clients in the financial services (JP Morgan, HSBC, Prudential), advertising (Havas, Fallon, BBH), media (Yahoo!, MTV, Endemol), consumer goods (Unilever, Reckitt Benckiser), fashion (LVMH, Net-a-Porter) and government (British Army, Royal Mail, National Health Service) sectors.
Dr Tomas' media career comprises over 70 TV appearances, including the BBC, CNN, and Sky, and regular features in Harvard Business Review, the Guardian, Fast Company, Forbes, and the Huffington Post. Dr Tomas is a keynote speaker for the Institute of Economic Affairs and the co-founder of metaprofiling.com, a digital start-up that enables organisations to identify individuals with entrepreneurial talent. He lives in New York.
Amy Brann, of Synaptic Potential
Amy passionately delivers the message that you and your organisation have a huge amount of potential that can be better accessed if you understand how to work with your brain optimally.
Leaving UCL medical school Amy ‘s company, Synaptic Potential, works with orgnisations strengthening their strategy, culture and performance. The team works globally sharing reliably simple applications of neuroscience that lead to game changing insights and results.
Having partnered with Bangor University’s Behavior Change Centre the trainings gained additional credibility from the input of thorough researchers.
She is the author of ‘Make Your Brain Work’ & ‘Neuroscience for Coaches’ & ‘Engaged: The neuroscience behind creating productive people in successful organizations’.
Join us as we talk about the neuroscience of engagement. Looking at the cutting edge game changing insights we can take from the world of science to provide reliably simple ways to move forward. Offering ways to turn organisations on their heads with radical shake ups, or ways to just incrementally inch in the right direction.
ESPN Sweet Spot blogger Joe Janish and baseball pitching motion expert Angel Borrelli discuss MLB pitchers' injuries and provide injury prevention guidance and performance tips for baseball coaches, pitchers, and parents of all ages. In this episode, injuries suffered by Masahiro Tanaka, Doug Fister, Chase Whitley, Shane Greene, Jonathon Niese, and Stephen Strasburg.
Topics include: What is an elbow flexor strain, and what should a pitcher do if he is suffering from that injury, and what can pitchers do to prevent it? What should a pitcher do when experiencing soreness in the arm? What does it mean when a pitcher has "tingling" in his fingers? What is "ulnar neuritis" and how is that kind of injury treated? What is the importance of the front/landing foot in the pitching motion and what can happen if a pitcher -- like Strasburg -- has weakness in it?
Also, Angel tackles several myths about pitching, including: should pitchers run after pitching to reduce lactic acid? Can a pitcher safely pitch twice in one day? Can pitchers also be catchers? Should pitchers use a softball to practice the curveball? and other bad advice facing pitchers and coaches starting summer ball.
Finally, Angel provides a velocity tip that is easy to accomplish for every pitcher at every level.
ESPN Sweet Spot blogger Joe Janish talks with baseball pitching motion expert Angel Borrelli. Two injuries are discussed in depth. First, the broken elbow suffered by Oakland Athletics pitcher Jarrod Parker, who was rehabbing from his second Tommy John surgery. Second, Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Drew Smyly's shoulder injury -- Angel goes into detail to explain a labrum tear and how the role of the labrum and shoulder in the pitching motion. Finally, Angel offeres two baseball pitching velocity tips; the first involving the wrist, the second focused on the importance of the glove arm and how it controls rotation. Refer to OnBaseball.com for photos illustrating the tips described.
Baseball pitching motion expert Angel Borrelli and Joe Janish discuss in detail Justin Verlander's triceps cramp, why it happened, his risk of continuing to pitch with it, how the issue can be fixed, and what pitchers should do if they suffer similar symptoms. In doing so, Angel explains the scientific process of diagnosing and fixing pitching mechanics. Also, Angel uses Masahiro Tanaka's minor UCL tear as an example of what can happen when pitchers pitch through major injuries. Additionally, Angel answers a question from a listener regarding whether weighted balls and weighted ball programs are worthwhile for improving pitching performance. Finally, listeners are treated to a free tip to increase a baseball pitcher's velocity, which will be more easily understood when you see the photo displayed here.
New York Mets pitcher Zack Wheeler's UCL tear, Tommy John surgery, and the road he took in getting to the operating table are discussed in detail by baseball pitching motion expert Angel Borrelli and Joe Janish. In the process, Angel dispels myths about pitching through pain, the thought that "pitching is unnatural," as well as the idea that pitching injuries are "inevitiable." Instead, she provides hope, clarity, and guidance toward preventing pitching injuries. Additionally, she offers the most fundamental key to pitching velocity.
The Playground of Life: Charitable New Book of Poetry, from London Writer, Examines War Between Ego & the Divine Self.John Lennon was absolutely right, the world needs more love. Nobody knows this better than S.R. Lore who, after being diagnosed with a long-term health condition, has spent her entire life seeing the world from a critical yet positive perspective. She, like Lennon, is committed to bringing more humanity and peace to life’s proceedings.As an accomplished poet, Lore is finally publishing her first collection titled ‘The Playground of Life’ a small book with a boundless and powerful big message.The poems in 'The Playground of Life' are mostly from personal experiences on reflection. It analyses life and relationships, especially, love. As some of the poems are written at different periods in the author's life the tone and mood changes to reflect that time and situation.Furthermore, because S.R.Lore grew up with a long-term health condition, she started exploring the meaning of life from a spiritual aspect from an early age. The poems also relate to the conflicted role that one has with oneself when it comes to spiritual matters which she call 'the war between the ego and the divine self'. “I, like millions, have always struggled in a battle between spirituality and the ego. While most let these forces pass them by, I saw it as the perfect topic to focus on through poetry,” explains Lore. “It carries a very transformative message that the world needs to hear, particularly at the current time when discord has never been more prevalent.”But Lore’s project is far from personal gain, as she proudly explains.“50% of each sale will be donated to the UCL Hospital and FareShare, two organizations that have benefited me personally yet suffer from a severe lack of funding.‘The Playground of Life’, from Spiderwize, http://amzn.to/1BPSWLW
Eric Jauniaux : Non Executive Director
Eric is currently Professor in Obstetrics and Fetal Medicine at University College London. Eric is also a consultant obstetrician at the Portland Hospital for Women & Children, and is one of the leading specialists in his field worldwide. Born in Belgium, Eric is the father of two sons, and is one of the two original founders of the Mermaid Retreat.
Mermaid is in a unique position to carry out front line research on a number of important areas relating to pregnancy and the postnatal period. Under guidance from our Advisory Board Mermaid intends to become a centre of excellence renowned for pioneering work in this area.
“Insufficient data exists to date on a whole range of important aspects of women’s health related to the post natal period. I look forward to playing a role in this important ongoing programme at Mermaid.”
- Colin Davis, Consultant Obstetrician and member of Mermaid’s Advisory Board
Based in the U.K., Geeta Sidhu-Robb is an award-winning entrepreneur, inspirational mentor and founder of Nosh Detox – an awarding winning well-being company that delivers delicious, nutritionally balanced juice & food to customers’ doors. Nosh Detox creates custom health packages and unique, natural health solutions to achieve optimal well-being, from promoting healthy eating, treating problem skin and working with weight issues to solving digestive problems, coping with stress, fighting infections and more.
The Rising Apple Report returns with it's 96th episode! Sam Maxwell hosts, with Staff Writers Rich Sparago and Mike Lecolant joining him on a fantastic spring afternoon post-snow to talk all things Mets!
Well, another pitcher down to Tommy John Surgery after Zack Wheeler's elbow MRI revealed a full UCL tear. We'll discuss the situation, what it means for his career and what it means for the Mets rotation.
The lefties seem to be doing better lately, but nothing overwhelming, causing the Mets to possibly explore the end-of-spring waiver wire for southpaw bullpen help. We'll discuss some of those candidates and talk about our own preferences.
And of course, with no Mets number to discuss, we will talk about the 1996 Metsian season.
So, join us at 2pm ET for the latest edition of the Rising Apple Report!
In the "YARD GOATS!" edition, Jeffrey and Chris actually recorded before the announcement of YARD GOATS, so this podcast is mostly full of sad things (unless you are a Swedish soccer fan). We touch on Zack Wheeler's torn UCL, discuss our most gut-punching moments as a Mets fan, and consider Wilmer Flores, Mets Opening Day shortstop (again). There are some happy things, we suppose. David Wright hit a big dong, Lucas Duda will probably be good again, and Ronny is an Amazin' Avenue reader apparently (and has some damn stylish glasses). Oh, and definitely stick around for a discussion of Aderlin Rodriguez batting practice laser shows.
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