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Best Stu Jones podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Stu Jones podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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The adventures of two life long friends and massive idiots. killer_whales@outlook.com
 
A podcast dedicated to people who want to get stronger, physically and mentally.
 
The NCECA 360 podcast is the official podcast for the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts. The biweekly podcast features ceramic news, information, interviews with artists, and exclusive NCECA Conference coverage.
 
Spark XM is brought to you by Spark SC, USC's student hub for entrepreneurship. We are a podcast featuring interviews with prominent students, alumni, and entrepreneurs. Our guests have shared stories that we hope will inspire listeners to broaden their potential and gain a deeper insight into the collegiate startup ecosystem.Email us: xm@sparksc.org
 
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Truth; subjective illusion or objective reality? Human construct or elemental state of being? This time, in the sixth episode of Killer Whales Sam and Stu dedicate over an hour of precious time answering neither of these questions. Instead they formulate important theories about the male sit-down-wee and its more extravagant cousin, the free-hand-w…
 
Summary: Brett Jones, Director of Education for StrongFirst, joins the show a second time to talk about his use of Indian clubs, nail bending, and powerlifting. Brett talks to your host Craig Marker about his current training to achieve the Sinister goal. Show Notes: 01:35 - Brett talks about his background in athletic training and his mentors in t…
 
Summary: Jon Engum, StrongFirst Master Instructor, joins your host, Craig Marker, to talk about martial arts, flexible steel drills, his new book Trembling Shock, and the Dome of Strength in Chicago. Jon and Craig will also discuss training people in different cultures. Show Notes: 01:45 - Discussion of cold exposure in Minnesota. 02:52 - Discussio…
 
Summary: Dr. Stu McGill joins the show for a second time to talk about breathing and when to use what kind of breathing. Dr. McGill also talks to your host Craig Marker about picking up odd objects, wedging, and getting strong with power breathing. Show Notes: 01:20 - A general history of Dr. McGill’s exposure to the science and history of breathin…
 
Summary: Professor Carmen Bott is a strength and conditioning coach from Vancouver British Columbia who specializes in physical preparation for combative and collision sports athletes. Show Notes: 00:56 - Coach Bott talks about her history and how she got into the sports science space. 02:41 - Coach Bott’s thesis on basketball. 05:14 - Her first ex…
 
Summary StrongFirst Master Instructor Peter Lakatos from Budapest, Hungary talks with your host Craig Marker about training that relates to hormesis. He discusses training related to Buteyko breathing, blood flow restriction, HRV training, fasting, and red light therapy. Show Notes 01:35 — Peter talks about handball and his background in powerlifti…
 
Summary: Dr. Jimmy Yuan is a chiropractor balancing the world between medical rehabilitation and sports training. Dr. Yuan trains professional golfers, MLB, NFL, NBA, and college athletes. In addition to being a StrongFirst Team Leader, he is a Titleist certified golf instructor and FMS instructor. In this episode, Dr. Yuan talks about rehabilitati…
 
Summary: Dr. Stu McGill discusses optimal back health and its importance when strength training. Show Notes: 00:55 — Craig introduces Dr. Stu McGill. 4:46 — Dr. McGill discusses animal models and how the cervical spine of a pig is similar to the human spine. 09:17 — Discussion of Pavel’s core strength measured in the lab. 13:30 — Dr. Mcgill and Pav…
 
Summary: Mira Kwon, the co-owner of Industrial Strength, an Accredited StrongFirst Gym in Portland, Oregon She is an accomplished weightlifter talks and in this episode, she talks about the benefits of Olympic weight training and how it differs from kettlebell movements. Show Notes: 01:16 — Mira talks about how she got where she is today and her at…
 
Rachel Cosgrove, co-owner of Results Fitness and writer of The Female Body Breakthrough, and Drop Two Sizes. In this episode, Rachel discusses what it takes to be a trainer, what sets Results Fitness apart, and how to create a sustainable business. She discusses her work with StrongFirst Accredited Gyms. 00:57 - Rachel talks about her background an…
 
StrongFirst Podcast Episode #14 Summary Al Ciampa, U.S. Army Veteran and Trainer for U.S. Airforce, talks about anti-glycolytic training and conditioning for the military with your host Craig Marker. Show Notes 01:36 – Al talks about his history and background. 07:10 – Al discusses why bodybuilding is not possible for some people. 09:00 – Al talks …
 
Sam and Stu are angry and sweary, and its all because of their special guest. That’s right! Killer Whales welcomes first time special contributor and very old friend, Rhos. Bad drivers? Grrrrr! International Womens day? Grrrrr! Not knowing about international men’s day? Grrrr? Stupid f**king, w**king, s**tty biomass energy? GAAAAHHHHHH! It’s a good…
 
Summary Dr. Kelly Starrett talks about strength and conditioning and moving well with your host Craig Marker. Dr. Starrett is a coach, physical therapist, author, speaker, and blogger, as well as the owner of San Francisco Crossfit and MobilityWOD.com. Show Notes 01:15 – Dr. Dr. Starrett talks about his early work and his relationship with Pavel an…
 
Summary: In this episode of the StrongFirst Podcast, your host Craig Marker talks with Dr. Chad Waterbury about strength and conditioning. Show Notes: 00:44 – About Dr. Chad Waterbury, who was trained as a neurophysiologist and Doctor of Physical Training. 3:36 – Dr. Waterbury discusses visualization and its benefits. 04:34 – Dr. Waterbury talks ab…
 
Summary: In this episode of the StrongFirst Podcast, your host Craig Marker talks with Pavel Macek, Senior StrongFirst instructor, StrongFirst Accredited Gym Owner, trainer of high-level MMA fighters, and a historian of strength culture. Show Notes: 01:28 – Pavel discusses his background in strength, martial arts, and self-defense. 03:13 – Pavel di…
 
Summary: In this episode of the StrongFirst Podcast, your host Craig Marker talks with Chris Chapman, Director of Sports Science at Push. Chris discusses strategies to optimize power in your kettlebell swing. Show Notes: 00:49 About Chris Chapman 01:23 Chris talks about his background in tracking motion. 04:52 Chris talks about quantifying movement…
 
Summary: In this episode of the StrongFirst Podcast, your host Craig Marker talks with Dr. Judd Biasiotto about powerlifting and the mindset that helped him overcome many challenges. Show Notes: 00:44 - Craig Marker provides an introduction for Dr. Judd Biasiotto. 01:40 - Dr. Biasiotto talks about his work in baseball. 02:38 - Dr. Biasiotto talks a…
 
Summary: In this episode of the StrongFirst Podcast, your host Craig Marker talks with Mike Perry, Senior StrongFirst Instructor about training athletes from elite MMA fighters to teenagers. Show Notes: 00:38 - Mike Perry and his wife, Amanda, run a large gym called Skill of Strength outside Boston. 01:30 - He works with 10-12 pro fighters either i…
 
Summary: In this episode of the StrongFirst Podcast, your host Craig Marker talks with Derek Toshner about endurance and winning the tactical strength challenge. Derek is best known for dominating the TSC. Show Notes: 00:55 Derek’s credentials as an elite competitor. 01:31 Derek and his brother successfully run four branches of TNT Fitness in WI. 0…
 
Episode - 06 Summary: Introducing the StrongFirst Podcast, in this first episode Craig Marker and Brad Kearns discuss the difference between Strong Endurance and Primal Endurance. Brad is the author of Primal Endurance and The Keto Reset. Show Notes: 03:00 - Craig talks about Pavel, his books, and a high-level overview of his programs. 04:25 - How …
 
Episode #02: Brett Jones Interview with Brett Jones the Director of Education at StrongFirst Summary: Within this 2nd episode of “StrongFirst,” the official podcast of the StrongFirst school of strength. Hosts Craig Marker and Scott Iardella interview Brett Jones, the Chief SFG instructor and Director of Education at StrongFirst. Brett has been tea…
 
For this episode of NCECA 360 we have an interview from our 2016 conference in Kansas City, MO. You will hear host Brian Jones talk with Stu Kestenbaum about his long career in the arts. Kestenbaum was the director of the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts for many years and is currently the host of the Make/Time podcast. The podcast is a joint ven…
 
For this episode of NCECA 360 we have a panel on Sustainable Ceramics from our 2012 conference in Seattle, WA. Nancy Selvage, David Binns and Guido Strijbos share their experience with evaluating and improving the environmental impact of ceramics practice. More information about sustainability can be found by searching Green Task Force at blog.ncec…
 
For this episode of NCECA 360 we have an interview from our 2016 conference in Kansas City, MO. You will hear host Brian Jones talk with artist Nancy Blum about her career and her work in public art projects. To see examples of Blum's work visit nancyblum.com. For more information about our organization, or to register for next year’s conference pl…
 
In this Podcast Stu and Sam discuss if killer whales could be considered as metaphors for internet trolls, only to be diverted by the more pressing issue of primacy within superhero duel identities. After that delicious entree comes the importance of toilet etiquette and an intriguing origin story for the podcast drink of choice – Laphroaig quarter…
 
What is Stuarts problem with Tesco? what was with Michael Jacksons binary definition of romantic involvement? And why can’t Star Trek writers come up with more original plots? These universal problems are resolved for your listening pleasure, right here, right now by two of the top exerts in their field. As a bonus, they revisit the age-old issue o…
 
He cracked viral marketing before it was an industry. With millions of followers across multiple accounts, Xavier is the wizard behind the curtain for Earth Pix, History in Pics, and more. He’s a sophomore in college, yet major companies seek his expertise to replicate these successes. Listen to find out how Xavier always manages to be at the right…
 
Mike Jones has spent his career growing businesses. He is currently the CEO of Science, which has funded and developed businesses like Dollar Shave Club, DogVacay, and Wishbone. He was also the former CEO of MySpace, responsible for turning around the company's direction and ultimately selling to Specific Media. Listen to his journey and advice to …
 
More silliness. We had a lot of laughsduring this podcast. Trek Update is back with possible contractual implications…apparently. NERD ALERT! This podcast includes referencesto the wonderfully camp ‘Batman: The Movie’ (1966) staring Adam West, whichincludes a famous scene where Batman finds a use for Shark Repellent Bat-Spray…go and look it up on Y…
 
Riley Testut was a high school senior when his app hit 26 million downloads and scored him a cease and desist letter from Nintendo. Thirty thousand Twitter followers later (and even a verified badge to go along with it), he has a new project in the works that’s got his fans curious for more info. Listen to his journey here: Hosts: Marc PakravanGran…
 
Waiz Rahim is a founding partner of Y Athletics. Nine months after launching one of the most funded Kickstarter apparel campaigns, he found himself face to face seeking advice from Arianna Huffington. The reason? His campaign was so successful that one of the world’s largest clothing manufacturers started actively interfering with his plans. Find o…
 
For this episode of NCECA 360 we have a special presentation of Clay Stories from our Two Thousand sixteen conference in Kansas City, MO. Curated by Steven Branfman and Owen Dearing, Clay Stories features ceramic artists telling true stories in front of a live audience at our yearly NCECA conference. If you are a fan of the story telling podcasts t…
 
First of a few. Sam and Stu talk nonsense about what they want their podcast to be, but ultimately, and obviously, end up talking about music, films, and Star Trek.By Sam Scriven and Stu Jones
 
On today’s episode you will here a panel discussion on fueling innovation in your studio practice with the 2016 emerging artists. Each year six early-career artists are commended at our conference for their unique body of work and contribution to the field of ceramics. Along with an exhibition and financial award they are given the opportunity to p…
 
For this episode of NCECA 360 we have a group interview from ourrecent 50th anniversary conference in Kansas City. You will hearartists and educators David Macdonald, Sharif Bey, Gail Kendall andDavid Eichelberger discuss how mentorship has shaped their ceramiclives.For more information about NCECA 360, or the programming wehave to offer please vis…
 
For this episode of NCECA 360 we have a lecture from our 2012 conference in Seattle, WA. You will hear Australian artist and educator Janet Deboos discuss how boredom “can be an essential partner to skill and deep creativity.” For more information on this lecture, or to register for our upcoming 50th anniversary conference please visit www.NCECA.ne…
 
For this episode of NCECA 360 we have a panel discussion from our two thousand thirteen conference in Seattle, WA. You will hear Tip Toland, Patti Warashina and Wally Bivins discuss making substantial and meaningful art. The wide ranging conversations looks at the role of passion, conviction and commitment in nurturing and maintaining an artist’s s…
 
On today's episode of NCECA 360 we have a special presentation of Clay Stories from our Two Thousand fifteen conference in Providence,RI. Curated by Steven Branfman and Owen Dearing Clay Stories features ceramic artists telling true stories in front of a live audience at our yearly NCECA conference. If you are a fan of the story telling podcasts th…
 
Moderator Adam Field talks with the 2015 Emerging Artists about their professional development and the difficulty of maintaining an authentic voice in a vast ocean of social media. The discussion includes Rachel Garceau, Andrew Casto, Kelly O’Briant, Roberto Lugo and Joanna Powell. The discussion was recorded at the 2015 NCECA conference in Provide…
 
Ceramic artists Andy Brayman, Ayumi Horie, Alleghany Meadows and moderator Peter Beasecker present their panel “Studio Practice/ Entrepreneurial Attitude”. This presentation and discussion explores the actions of three artists that have applied high levels of creativity and risk in their own business and ceramic practice. Their approaches to creati…
 
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