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Coach Paul & Coach Ryan at Resilient Training Lab hope to spread knowledge about the many benefits of the barbell and help change the current landscape of the fitness industry.At Resilient Training Lab, we believe everyone is capable of amazing things. Our mission is to help you discover everything you are truly capable of. We believe that strength training is the foundation to overall well-being and longevity and want to help you learn the many lessons the iron has to teach. The benefits of ...
 
Social and dating advice from two millennial's who are actually going out and doing it! No more bullsh*t and vague advice that you can't apply that day, no more "just be yourself" kind of advice. Its time to finally grow! From people who didn't have the looks, skills, and insights until much later than their peers, Tom and Gene will give you some great advice such as how to surround yourself with people that you want to be around, the exact steps needed to go up to that stranger at the bar, ...
 
3D Art Direct specialises with the stories of creativity using 3D digital art applications. We love to share our in-depth interviews of digital artists, industry leaders and content creators, especially in the sci-fi and fantasy genres. Discover fresh content, inspiration, tips and tricks and fascinating biographies of those we talk to. The show is hosted by Paul Bussey, editor of 3D Art Direct magazine and digital arts conference organiser, bringing together artists and content creators thr ...
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
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A wristband created by a British health technology firm is helping people track the wellbeing of their friends, family and employees in lockdown. The gadget, which links to a mobile phone app and web interface, has two buttons, one yellow and one blue. The idea is that you press the yellow one if you are feeling happy, and the blue one if you are s…
 
Firms are more optimistic about the economy this year, and more willing for hiring and investment. That's according to one recruiter who says that 2021 might be the year to ask for a raise. After last year's economic uncertainty, many businesses are now looking to expand. Shannon Barlow, from Frog Recruiter, told Kate Hawkesby women might have a ha…
 
Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday explicitly blamed President Donald Trump for the deadly riot at the Capitol, saying the mob was “fed lies” and that the president and others “provoked” those intent on overturning Democrat Joe Biden’s election. Ahead of Trump's historic second impeachment trial, McConnell's remarks were his most s…
 
'Significant Media Bias During Cannabis Referendum’, imagine my surprise in seeing that headline after new analysis was carried out on how the media covered the lead up to the cannabis and euthanasia referendums. A clear bias emerged in the coverage of the cannabis debate. No kidding. I was saying that all along, and it felt like I was talking to a…
 
The 2014 Ryder Cup-winning captain Paul McGinley joins us this week for a wide-ranging and seriously insightful chat. We cover everything with the Irishman, from the secrets to being a successful skipper, to his relationship with Harry Redknapp, to why he loves Bryson DeChambeau but hates the way he plays. Seriously, you don't want to miss this cha…
 
The number of players in hard quarantine swelled to 72 ahead of the Australian Open after a fifth positive coronavirus test was returned from the charter flights bringing players, coaches, officials and media to Melbourne for the season-opening tennis major. That means they won't be allowed to leave their hotel rooms or practice for 14 days, creati…
 
A call for the country's best brains to come up with some innovation to speed up our goal of eradicating stoats, possums and rats from New Zealand. This is the predator-free 2050 goal, and the people running it are asking developers and graduates to bring their ideas to the table. Abbie Reynolds is the chief executive of predator-free 2050. She joi…
 
Hazardous drinking rates jumped over the Covid-19 lockdown last year, says Alcohol Healthwatch executive director Dr Nicki Jackson. Her claims are backed up by the Ministry of Health's data on emergency department attendances. The number of attendances in May 2020 was higher by 200 visits than a year earlier, with roughly 400 more visits in both Ju…
 
There are worrying holes in Auckland Transport's new annual fare plan. About half of bus and rail services are getting a price hike of around four per cent, which is up to 35 cents. Greater Auckland Director Matt Lowrie warns it's off-putting for passengers, who'll choose their car instead. He says if we're putting up public transport fares, we sho…
 
I thought a lot over summer – as I’m sure many of us did, just how lucky we are to be able to get out and about, attend concerts and festivals, mingle with each other, travel around the place, eat out, conduct our normal lives. I don’t think we take that for granted. Especially when we see the pictures from overseas where countries still ravaged by…
 
Is the Queen of England the rightful queen? Did Jeffrey Epstein really die? and what happened to Steven Kubacki really disappear from the Lake Michigan Triangle only to reappear over a year later in a completely different area of the country? All the questions will be addressed as we revisit some of our past mysteries.…
 
Well before I started it, I thought what a lovely long holiday I have stretching in front of me. And then we had Christmas and the frenzy that is Christmas, with all the ensuing shopping, wrapping, cooking, cleaning, planning, and, most importantly, eating. Then BAM, it’s festival season, and if you have kids at festival attending age, you’ll know …
 
The U.K. government plans to offer a first dose of COVID-19 vaccine to every adult by September as the nation's health care system battles the worst crisis in its 72-year-history. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said Sunday that the government will soon begin a trial of round the clock injections at some locations as it continues to add more vaccina…
 
Instead of training for up to five hours a day as they prepare for the Australian Open, 72 players find themselves unable to leave their hotel rooms under quarantine rules -- and a number of them are vocally expressing their frustrations. Some are not only frustrated. Covid-19 Quarantine Victoria Commissioner Emma Cassar said on Sunday that there h…
 
An alarming glimpse into New Zealand's workplace culture. The Council of Trade Unions has conducted a survey that's found 42 percent of New Zealanders have experienced or observed workplace bullying. Although the percentage has lowered slightly since the year before, CTU Secretary Melissa Ansell-Bridges says it's still far too high. "Having that ma…
 
A top public health expert is calling for tougher measures to keep New Zealand Covid free, including a five-day hotel quarantine before travellers board international flights. Otago University public health professor Nick Wilson is also calling for quarantine facilities to be moved out of Auckland, saying it is putting the largest city at risk of y…
 
In this episode of CRYPTO 101, we meet with Konstantin Richter who unveils his masterpiece, Blockdaemon. This service allows anyone to run one of dozens of blockchain nodes, for free. This not only helps secure the networks, but lets users earn revenue all at the same time. This saves the average consumer weeks and months of time, if they had an ex…
 
This week Paul and Ryan are joined by John Flagg, who is a team member at Clinical Athlete and online coach through Rebuild Stronger. The episode covers physical, mental, and emotional resilience, and what goes into building it. @paul_resilient @ryan_resilient @john.rebuildstronger www.resilienttraininglab.com…
 
Ryder Cup hero and four-time European Tour winner Stephen Gallacher is the special guest on the first bunkered Podcast of 2021. Listen to his hopes for his son and caddie Jack, get his thoughts on potentially playing seniors' golf and find out which of his fellow players spewed in a fireplace at Gleneagles during the 2014 Ryder Cup post-match party…
 
In this episode of CRYPTO 101, we spoke with Colin Pape, founder of Presearch. Presearch is a privacy-centric search engine aggregator whose advertising is powered by the PRE token. It’s a very novel approach to ad placement. Instead of an endless money pit like Google Ads, people can stake whatever keywords they want, and their ads will appear bas…
 
This week Paul and Ryan are joined by Tom Biddle, and they discuss what goes into the bottom-up training model and its benefits over a top-down approach. Tom offers possibly the best summary we've heard to date on what it means to coach from the bottom to the top, so thanks for that light bulb moment Tom. @paul_resilient @ryan_resilient @tomweightz…
 
HAPPY NEW YEAR'S EVE BLOOMERS! And yes, your 2020 was probably shit but let's at least start 2021 with a bang ;) In this episode, Tom and Gene talk about how to get a kiss when the ball drops and possibly have it lead to more! Take Notes! Send us your opinions and stories! Instagram: @tom_carlsonc Instagram: @genewpark You can find all our accounts…
 
In this episode of CRYPTO 101, brought to you by pTokens and pNetwork, we talked with Garrick Hileman, a visiting fellow at the London School of Economics and the Head of Research at Blockchain.com. One of the things sorely missing from crypto investors is the simple basic understanding of economics, so we wanted to help shed some light on that sub…
 
Is Kevin's uncle a Wet Bandit? Is John Candy the Devil? Is George cursed to stay in town? Did Arnold lose his grip on reality? Was the Grinch the product of nuclear waste? Is Santa a wizard out of Harry Potter? Is Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer the product of an affair? Is Frosty the Snowman a demon? All these questions and more will be asked.…
 
In this episode of CRYPTO 101, brought to you by pTokens, we catch up with Tyler Spalding from AMP Token, formerly known as Flexacoin. He gives us the inside scoop on why he decided to rebrand, when it makes sense for a company to consider it. He gives us an update on the project’s progress, though much still remains behind the curtain.The conversa…
 
This week Paul and Ryan are joined by Riley Presnell, and they dive into Riley's journey into coaching and powerlifting. Riley also offered a ton of cool octopus facts along with awesome training insight, thanks for coming on! @paul_resilient @ryan_resilient @rileypresnell www.resilienttraininglab.com…
 
Bonnie Lee Bakley was a mother of 4 who was married 10 times to various men and even a few celebrities. Her 10th husband just so happened to be actor Robert Blake. When they went out to a restaurant in Studio City, Blake left Bonnie in his car in order to retrieve a gun he had left at the restaurant. When he returned, his wife had been shot dead in…
 
Large parts of southern England will be placed under the country's strictest coronavirus restrictions from this weekend, Britain's health secretary said Thursday, as infections and hospital admissions continue to surge in those areas. Matt Hancock told lawmakers that cases in the southeast of England have risen 46% in the past week, while hospital …
 
As many of Kiwis prepare for a couple of weeks off, the idea of unlimited holiday leave seems pretty appealing. It's not common here, but companies overseas are starting to use it as an incentive for employees. But is it all it's cracked up to be? Tech journalist Josie Cox told Tim Dower that this started in with start-ups, looking for new ways to …
 
There's doubt delivering Ihumātao back into iwi hands will mean more land settlements in the future. The Government announced a deal yesterday to buy the disputed land from Fletchers for $30 million. Some of the land will be used for housing - and could eventually pass into the ownership of tangata whenua. The Maori Party claims it will set an impo…
 
Well, what a surprise, we bought Ihumātao. Another $30 million on the taxpayer’s card, but as we all know that’s just the beginning. The only real surprise here is that we found out on a Thursday, and not at 5pm on a Friday. You know how it works with bad news and outright BS; click send at 4.59pm and run for your life. Just for context, I am absol…
 
It's the MOST CONFUSING time of the year... Of course, you should give a Christmas gift to family members and close friends...but about the ones no one talks about...like your ex girlfriend?...Or your current fuck buddy? What should you buy them? Lingerie or a keychain? In this episode, Tom and Gene tell you where to draw the line and what to gift …
 
The game of pickleball is growing across the country, with the sport now gaining international status here in New Zealand. The sport combines many elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis - and can be played both indoors and outdoors - caters to players of all ages and skill levels. PNZA Board President, Ruben Garcia says pickleball has spre…
 
A major snowstorm rolled into the Northeast on Wednesday at a key moment in the coronavirus pandemic, days after the start of the U.S. vaccination campaign and in the thick of a virus surge that has throngs of people seeking tests per day. Snow was falling from northern Virginia to points north of New York City by late afternoon. The storm was pois…
 
After years of battles off the water, today's the day we'll finally see Team New Zealand battle it out on the water instead. The Prada Auckland World Series begins this afternoon, with four races a day over the next three days. The build-up event doesn't count towards the final result. AUT sailing expert Mark Orams told Tim Dower sailing fans will …
 
The Government is trying to come up with ways to stop house prices rising, at the spectacular rates we've been seeing. And all the projections seem to point to them going even higher in the forseeable future. All very well if you're on the ladder, but frustrating and disheartening if you're struggling to get a place of your own. And I'm old school …
 
In this episode of CRYPTO 101, brought to you by pNetwork and pTokens, we got some great insight into the future of DeFi with Band Protocol Co-Founder Soravis Srinawakoon. Soravis is our very first guest from Thailand and he gives us the insider scoop on the crypto landscape thriving in the land of Boon-nam. As an early investor in crypto oracle te…
 
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