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Burn fat, gain energy, and enhance health by changing WHEN you eat, not WHAT you eat! Explore the intermittent fasting (IF) lifestyle, with Melanie Avalon (author of "What When Wine: Lose Weight And Feel Great With Paleo-Style Meals, Intermittent Fasting, And Wine") and Gin Stephens (author of "Delay, Don't Deny: Living An Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle.") Visit IFpodcast.com for more information!
 
“Cycling in Alignment” is the brainchild of Colby Pearce, a U.S. Olympic track cyclist and Hour Record holder. Colby has been a Steve Hogg Certified expert bike fitter for the past 10 years, and has worked with elite athletes and WorldTour teams, including EF Education First. He is also an elite coach and has been passing along his wisdom to the riders he coaches for decades. Now he’s bringing that insight to you! When he says he’s the world’s biggest cycling dork, he means it, and he has th ...
 
Off Course is the podcast about what happens when the racing is over and life begins. Endurance athletes have lives outside of their sport. Maintaining a healthy work, life, sport balance requires intention, discipline and a strong appetite for new experiences. "Part of what I love about all of the sports I coach and participate in, is the community of fun, interesting people that I get to do it all with. In this show I’m bringing you with me to all of the races I go to, and inviting you int ...
 
Omni Talk is a series of podcast productions from OmniTalk.blog, hosted by leading omnichannel retail experts, Chris Walton and Anne Mezzenga, and other frequent guest contributors. Chris and Anne are the founders of Omnitalk.blog, one of the fastest growing blogs in retail, and ThirdHaus.com, a retail technology lab in Minneapolis. Their signature podcast, the Omni Talk Fast Five dives into the top retail news headlines of the week, all in their own candid and humorous styles, with frequent ...
 
The Playmakers: Impact Unleashed podcast is an all-access pass to the game-changers of today and the history makers of tomorrow. The show looks past the trophy cabinet and features a no-bs, inside look into the world of comeback, transformation, and impact unearthing practical tools and mindsets that we can all leverage to make a play in our own lives and careers. Take a seat at the table with leadership expert, sports industry veteran, personal transformation coach, and proven business lead ...
 
Industrial Talk is about celebrating the women and men of industry and manufacturing. We celebrate these innovative leaders and companies because they make our lives better and are changing the world for the better! These passionate leaders collaborate, innovate and educate with speed and purpose to positively impact people and communities around the world. Industrial Talk in collaboration with industry and manufacturing leaders address topics that include: Digital Transformation, Big Data, ...
 
Buried cash. DEA moles. Sibling rivalries. Skydiving planes. Fast cars. And an exploding hash lab. A group of college friends took advantage of Colorado’s medical marijuana laws to create one of the longest, most lucrative smuggling runs in U.S. history. But when a drug mule flipped, the whole enterprise came crashing down— and revealed how the marijuana black market is not just evolving in the era of legal weed, but thriving. New episodes publish Tuesday mornings.
 
Andy and Aaron unravel the maze of health by exploring current trends in the world of nutrition, fitness, recovery, and mindset. They delve through the scientific research on each topic, followed by experimenting firsthand on themselves. Using their bodies as living laboratories, they search for the optimal methods for maximizing human potential, longevity, and wellness. Lastly, they provide recommendations on how to best implement health practices.
 
Second Life is a 3D virtual world entirely created by its Residents. Since opening to the public in 2003, it has grown explosively and today is inhabited by millions of members from around the globe. This podcast features: (1) insightful interviews with Linden Lab staff, (2) Video Tutorials by Torley which teach you how to use SL in a fun and fast fashion, and (3) selected machinima works by community creators. You can join us @ secondlife.com
 
All Things Crime is a new, comprehensive podcast series that will explore every aspect of crime and the ensuing investigation, one interview at a time. The host, Jared Bradley, discusses securing the crime scene, scouring the scene for evidence, putting together the crime, DNA evidence, homicide, rape, assault, murder, serial killings, lab technologies, fingerprint powder and other crime scene mainstays, defense and prosecution and even some wrongful convictions. Jared is also the President ...
 
Because your time matters, "The Top Story" will focus on the biggest news stories of the day that no one can miss. You'll hear the why and the how for a stronger understanding of all the top events that occur in China and around the world. Subscribe to gain a competitive advantage in preparing yourself for the news events that shape our lives and our future.
 
Welcome to the mobile user acquisition show, in which we talk about how to use mobile user acquisition strategies to grow your app quickly and capital-efficiently. The mobile user acquisition podcast is presented by Shamanth Rao, mobile growth leader and the founder and CEO of the boutique growth consulting firm RocketShip HQ. Each episode includes strategies, tips and pointers from the leading edge of mobile user acquisition that can help you unlock tremendous growth for your app.
 
There's a lot of bullshit out there, this show is here to help you cut through the noise, dogma and pseudoscience. But not in a boring, freshman science class kind of way. We want to show you that taking your health and fitness seriously can be fun too. There's no universal path the wellness. On this show we'll share what the research shows on key exercise and nutrition topics, lay out the pros and cons, and help you figure out what's best for you - perfect little snowflake that you are. So, ...
 
Functional and Alternative Medicine are Dr. Ann-Marie Barter’s passion. After ten years of improving the health of thousands of her patients in private practice in Denver and Longmont, Colorado, Dr. Barter decided she wanted to help more people understand holistic wellness and how they too can feel their best, without pharmaceutical drugs. So she launched Fearless Health Podcast in 2019 to do just that! Dr. Barter and her guests will help listeners understand functional blood chemistry and s ...
 
The Heart is a corporate center for digital ventures. The hub connects fast growing tech companies, investors and leading multinational corporations and builds new ventures on demand. Find out more: theheart.tech The Heart Tech Podcast Host is Tomasz Rudolf, CEO The Heart.
 
MAIROS has been a professional DJ since 2005. His original musical tastes are rooted in the KaZantip Festival. MAIROS is one of the DJs who believe that the key element of any set is the signature style, the fingerprint, the recognition. From 2008, MAIROS has annually played his sets at the KaZantip Republic Festival. Around the same time he plunged into hectic touring life that included hundreds of open-air parties and hot club parties all around Ukraine, Russia and western Europe: the “Cac ...
 
Windshield Time is a fun, non-technical way to learn about money, bitcoin, blockchains, and crypto for busy parents and folks who are curious about these new technologies. Dae, Arry, Matt and their guests talk about these new evolutionary technologies and what they touch in all of our lives. Because what part of your life does money NOT touch? Share Windshield Time with your friends and family :) Give us some love with your shiniest 5star ratings, reviews, subscriptions, and SHARES! Thanks f ...
 
A podcast about the designers, engineers and businesses exploring the frontier of digital fabrication. The Edge is produced by Bantam Tools, makers of desktop CNC machines with professional reliability and precision at an affordable price.
 
Wild Hearts is a podcast dedicated to sharing the real stories of founders - the passionate few taking giant leaps forward. In this series, we’ll uncover the stories of founders navigating their way through the often messy and difficult ups and downs of building a business. We’ll share lessons from founders who are knocking at the door of success. Founders who are on the front line of innovation. The ones in the weeds with their customers, the learn it alls. The founders with laser-focused, ...
 
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“Nobody's going to listen to audio. Even the biggest publishers in the world have only a couple of minutes per session per day on their websites. With audio being sequential and immersive, it’s going to be very hard to build anything engaging in the space” - these were some of the words that folks told our guest Govind Balakrishnan, CEO and founder…
 
In this week's Industrial Talk Podcast we're talking to Josh Goldenhar, Vice President of Product Marketing at Lightbits Labs about "A Fast, Scalable and Flexible Storage Solution for your Digital Transformation Journey". Get the answers to your "Private Cloud" questions along with Josh's unique insight on the “How” on this Industrial Talk intervie…
 
Dr Rafiq Huda's work in human decision-making processes have elucidated the process of flexible decision making across rodent and human brains. However, recently Rafiq has risen to the ranks of having his own lab and this means he has spent the last year transitioning from a pure researcher to the joint job of researcher and lab manager. Running a …
 
Robin Carnahan, President Biden's nominee for administrator of the General Services Administration, has a software development background. So can she take on the range of challenges GSA faces in acquisition and real estate? We get analysis from long-time GSA watcher, federal sales and marketing consultant Larry Allen.…
 
The Department of Homeland Security, by order of the Biden administration, is reportedly shifting resources to the challenge of what the administration calls violent domestic extremism. For a little perspective on this, we turn to an expert on cyber warfare, surveillance, terrorism and whistleblowers, R-Street Institute senior fellow Paul Rosenzwei…
 
Having taken over the security clearance apparatus, the Defense Department has been busy updating the technology process for clearance. But what about the criteria for granting or withholding clearance? A deep dive by the Rand Corporations says it might be time to revise them because, well, times have changed. For more, RAND social scientist and re…
 
The Office of Management and Budget is pulling its approval of selling the Federal Archives and Records Center in Seattle, citing a lack of communication with the communities that rely on those records. It’s one of a dozen high value, but underutilized federal properties identified by the Public Buildings Reform Board a year ago. The rest of the bo…
 
The White House is filling two key cybersecurity roles at the National Security Council and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. These two are among the most prominent technology leadership positions that needed to be filled by the Biden administration. In his weekly feature, the Reporter's Notebook, Federal News Network Executive …
 
The Select Committee on the Modernization of Congress is something of an odd duck. It has 50-50 party membership. Members of the two parties sit among one another. They don't seem to bicker. Now the committee has held detailed hearings on its agenda in the 117th Congress. Joining the Federal Drive with an update, committee chairman and Washington r…
 
Congress, with the backing of the Biden administration, is going to make a fresh run at funding for the nation's infrastructure. Recently the American Society of Civil Engineers confirmed that the infrastructure could stand some rebuilding. For what impact the Biden plan could have and how to pick the most worthy projects, the Federal Drive turned …
 
Secretary of State Tony Blinken is changing course in many ways from his predecessor, Mike Pompeo. One thing both men share is the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy. The commission's charter just received renewal from State. Joining the Federal Drive with an update on the commission's work, executive director Vivian Walker.…
 
The president's 2022 budget request is out, or part of it. Administration officials previewed several broad priorities and topline spending numbers on Friday when they released the so-called skinny budget. For the first time in years, civilian agencies are the big winners. President Biden is recommending a 16% increase in civilian agency spending. …
 
The Defense Department is learning that even vibrations, let along the bang, from some guns can be unhealthy for the brain. The Pentagon has taken steps to learn more about traumatic brain injuries in recent decades. Medical leadership says it’s entering a paradigm shift in how it approaches brain health. The strategy, which is in draft form now, t…
 
In this “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode, Peter and Bob take a deep dive into fat flux. They define the major players that impact the flow of fat entering and exiting a fat cell, which determines how much fat a person carries. They discuss the significant influence that insulin has on the net fat balance and explore common strategies, such as fastin…
 
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Protein powders have been used for years as a quick and convenient way to meet personal protein goals. Whether you use a protein supplement for bulking up, losing weight, or saving time, there are a plethora of options when it comes to protein powders. While Whey has dominated the industry for the past few decades, plant-based proteins like soy, pe…
 
Rotation is one of the key fundamentals to a consistent and powerful golf swing, and to rotate properly you need to know how to make a good hip turn. In this episode of The Golf Podcast we run through some of our favorite practice drills to help you create more speed and improve your ball striking through better body rotation. Listen to This Week’s…
 
Sheryl "Mac" McCollum is a special person. Period. It takes minutes of being around her to know that. Why? Because she cares. She cares about the people she's with, she cares about what she's doing at the moment and fortunately for the crime solving world, she cares deeply about her profession and most importantly the victims of the crimes she inve…
 
Even if the government releases confidential information about an incumbent contractor during a recompete, too bad. It's not enough to sustain a protest. That's what a State Department contractor found out when information useful to competitors leaked out. Smith Pachter McWhorter attorney Joe Petrillo sorts out this case for the Federal Drive.…
 
The global positioning system on which so much of modern life depends faces two basic threats. One, it's easy to spoof, placing things at locations other than where they actually are. Second, it's vulnerable to interruption, say, if another nation wanted to make mischief with GPS satellites. My next guest says it's time to fund a plan already in pl…
 
Both the armed services and contractors are trying to speed design and prototyping of new platforms and weapons using digital techniques. They're taking traditional computer aided design and updating it with artificial intelligence and machine learning, giving development a sort of autonomy it's never had. And building more sophisticated virtual en…
 
The Army Futures Command is in charge of pushing novel ideas and modernizing the service. As such, the Command itself it needs a high caliber workforce. Now the Command has started refining the groups it targets for recruitment, using some of its own novel ideas for human capital. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione spoke with Army Futures Comman…
 
The Postal Service tells commercial customers that higher rates for slower service are necessary to keep the agency from running out of cash. That’s a key part of the 10-year plan reform plan it released in March. But mailers say the plan is a tough sell that will accelerate a decline in mail volume already made worse by the pandemic. For more anal…
 
In the latest edition of the Omni Talk Fast Five, sponsored by the A&M Consumer & Retail Group and Takeoff, Chris Walton, Anne Mezzenga, and Emma the Intern, along with special guest hosts Kristin Kohler Burrows and David Ritter:– Discuss what Harry's $155 million investment round means for its future and the future of CPGs.– Exchange barbs about B…
 
Host Sarah Crespi talks with Contributing Correspondent Joshua Sokol about magnetars—highly magnetized neutron stars. A recent intense outburst of gamma rays from a nearby galaxy has given astronomers a whole new view on these mysterious magnetic monsters.Also on this week’s show, Christoph Zollikofer, a professor of anthropology at the University …
 
HotSOS, it might sound like something in the condiments aisle. But it's actually an annual event held by the National Security Agency. Hot Topics on Science of Security, its formal name, will be held online next week. For what happens at the event and some of science challenges in security, the Federal Drive checked in with NSA science researcher, …
 
For more than a decade, the Air Force Association and Northrop Grumman have conducted the CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Defense Competition, matching teams of middle- and high school students who find and fix cybersecurity flaws. Winners were announced just last week. Joining the Federal Drive with more about the program, CyberPatriot commissio…
 
If the Arctic region is the roof the world, the Army is starting to think differently about what could be lurking up there. Like Russia. Last month the Army released a new strategy called Regaining Arctic Dominance, aimed at helping secure U.S. interests in the region. Joining the Federal Drive with some of the details in the strategy, Army strateg…
 
There's bipartisan concern in Congress now about the status of the Merit Systems Protection Board. The MSPB hasn't had a quorum for more than four years. And it hasn't had a single board member for more than two. The agency's only partially functional. At least its administrative judges are still issuing initial decisions on some appeals. But feder…
 
The Office of Management and Budget is applying new pressure to agencies to meet the goals of the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions or EIS program. Federal News Network has learned OMB is asking for an update by July 1st on agency progress and plans for achieving the deadlines for using the network and telecommunication modernization contract.Thi…
 
Human's process faces almost better than anything else, we can even see faces when there isn't a face there which is called Face pareidolia and why people claim to see faces in the sky or in the sea. Our brains try to see faces everywhere, even where they are no faces. But on occasion this malfunctions worse than just coffee foam oddly looking like…
 
The Postal Service, after 14 consecutive years of net losses, can’t maintain the status quo and expect different results. That’s why Postmaster General Louis DeJoy said the agency needs to move ahead with a 10-year reform plan of which he drove the development. As part of that plan, USPS is in the middle of shrinking its management workforce. Feder…
 
They're out there in the universe - bursts of radio energy coming from distant galaxies. These fast radio bursts (FRBs) were first identified a few years ago. Now, thanks in large measure to the work of Matthew Kerr, we know exactly where in the cosmos at least some of these FRBs originate. Kerr is a research physicist at the U.S. Naval Research La…
 
The financial services industry, at least from a management perspective, isn't all that diverse. That's true of government-chartered Federal Home Loan Banks, and the supervised Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac mortgage finance giants - known as the enterprises. They're all the subject of a recent look-see by the Government Accountability Office. For high…
 
What exactly is a false claim for purposes of federal contracting and if the government goes after a contractor? The Supreme Court recently decided not to weigh in on a split lower court decision in a regarding standards for what exactly makes a false statement. To explain what happened and what it means to federal contractors, McGuireWoods law fir…
 
Administrations and Congresses have been talking about infrastructure for the past 20 years. This time something might happen. This time, though, the Biden administration is talking shovel-worthy projects, not shovel-ready, and that could be a whole new ballgame. With how services contractors are thinking about this, the president and CEO of the Pr…
 
The nation's supply chain relays on vehicles that burn diesel fuel. Now the Energy Department's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, in conjunction with Washington State University, has reached a milestone, in an effort to convert substances known as biocrude into diesel. Here with what's going on, the co-director of the joint Bioproducts Institu…
 
On the theory it's never too early to get people to think about military careers, the Naval Sea Cadet Corps program encourages interest in naval topics in students 10 years old through high school. For one recent program success, National Director of Education with the US Naval Sea Cadet Corps, Richard Quest. And the program coordinator, John Woods…
 
Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks is reviewing the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification or CMMC program. That isn't the death knell for the supply chain security program. There a few things to consider about why a review might make logical sense. In his weekly Reporter's Notebook, executive editor Jason Miller writes about why the revie…
 
As the Biden administration gets it appointees in place, EPA Administrator Michael Regan has been doing what he calls a full reset of the agency’s Science Advisory Board and Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee. That means firing all 49 members, some of whom still had years left in their terms. For what this all means, Federal News Network’s Jor…
 
In this week's Industrial Talk Podcast we're talking to Lewana Harris, Personal and Professional Development Professional about "A stagnant mindset and the inability to get past challenging moments". Get the answers to your "Transforming Mindset" questions along with Lewana's unique insight on the “How” on this Industrial Talk interview! You can fi…
 
Back for a solo episode to demystify some common false beliefs about cycling. I will clarify some falsehoods related to cadence and some common misconceptions about suffering in the saddle. I expand on the idea that poor breathing is a systemic problem in our culture and outline the correct technique. Finally, I'll share some ideas around expanding…
 
In this week’s episode of Strength and Scotch, Grant and Heavey discuss various fasting protocols. Coach Heavey reviews research studies on the OMAD (one meal a day), the alternate day fating (ADF) and combination protocols. Tune in to get the scoop on all things fasting and how Grant has fallen in love with the scale. If you love the strength part…
 
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