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Owens Recovery Science, INC is a single source for PTs, OTs, ATCs, DCs, MDs and other medical professionals seeking certification in personalized blood flow restriction rehabilitation training (PBFR) and the equipment needed to apply it. We are the largest provider of BFR training and systems for professional/collegiate teams and healthcare systems.
 
Hustle Over Everything discusses all things hustle. It's exciting & challenging taking an idea, a goal, and bringing it to fruition. We interview entrepreneurs, creatives, artists, and individuals who are getting started on their journey towards success. We discuss the ups & downs of the path towards becoming a successful individual. Our mission with this podcast is to inspire you to get you closer to your goals. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hustlepodcast/support
 
The unbiased Scottish voice celebrating the good, calling out the bad and giving you in-depth insight into football from the local park to the World Cup Gavin Miller (football recruitment consultant for MRKT Insights) and Owen Brown (football analytics writer seen at StatsBomb and Scouted Football) provide opinions, scouting and tactical & statistical analysis about football in Scotland and beyond on our flagship show while Chris Samson and Cammy Anderson co-host a weekly #PureChampionship s ...
 
The Australian Finance Podcast is your crash course guide to sorting out your finances, one episode at a time. Owen & Kate bring you actionable information that you can put into practice today, so you can smash those money goals and set yourself up for success. Catch Owen @RaskFinance or @owenrask on Twitter, and Kate @HowToMoneyAUS or on the How To Money Australia website. **We're proudly supported by ETF Securities** Learn more about ETF Securities: https://bit.ly/fundsETFS SHOW NOTES: htt ...
 
Nik Buttress & Shaun 'The Spats' Owen playing & promoting the best in Soul, Funk, Jazz, Boogie & Disco in and around Cambridge, London and beyond..... Catch us on Stompradio.com on alternate Thursdays 8-10pm via the website, TuneIn app on your mobile, or via your desktop media player. Come and join us also on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/groups/heavysoulcambridge
 
2011. The All Blacks haven't won a World Cup since the original, Wales are used to going out in the pools, England are still wondering whether Martin Johnson might be a coach, and a whole raft of tier two nations are out for blood. Join the idiot behind rugby's most popular YouTube channel and his fellow rugby nerd brother for a detailed and affectionate look back at each Rugby World Cup, celebrating and dissecting an evolving sport, match-by-match... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and op ...
 
This Podcast is for people who are clueless about bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies but are aware that it’s an opportunity. The show makes crypto simple to follow and understand. The focus mainly highlights new cryptocurrencies that are priced below a dollar that have the potential to create big gains. Listeners will get an unfiltered, and practical perspective from the hosts on what’s going on in the world of cryptocurrency and will ride along in discovering new strategies for investment. ...
 
Bad Playstyle is a book club podcast. We all sit down and play the same game and hopefully you have too so you can be intellectually engaged with our discussion. We generally aim for shorter games that have a start to finish of six hours or less. Spoilers: The games we play for each episode will absolutely be spoiled and any others that come up in conversation can potentially be in the line of fire. Each episode's show notes will list all games mentioned. It is recommended that you check an ...
 
Meet the investigators whose job it is to hold human rights abusers to account. Amnesty International’s reports make headlines all over the world. And behind every one? Months, sometimes years, of painstaking sleuthing by our researchers. It’s difficult - often dangerous - detective work in some of the most challenging and volatile places on earth. ‘Witness from Amnesty International’ takes you behind the scenes. Each episode follows the twists and turns of a different high-stakes human-righ ...
 
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In an age of microaggressions, emotional support animals, and safe spaces, Americans are becoming experts in victimhood and entitlement. Adam Corolla, comedian and holder of the Guinness World Record for most-downloaded podcast, joins Candace to discuss the state of a coddled America and why teaching people to be victims is the worst thing you can …
 
I am doing something I have never done in any podcast episode. For the first time, I am bringing you an interview I did on another podcast, where someone interviewed me. My dear friend Rebecca Ching has a podcast called The Unburdened Leader. It was such a fantastic conversation and I am so grateful that she said, “Yes,” when I asked her if I could…
 
Kiwi boxers Joseph Parker and Junior Fa are ramping up preparations as their heavyweight match-up looms closer. With a date clash with the All Blacks now ruled out - today it was announced the fight has been pushed back a day to Saturday, December 12. While 24 hours is not much, every day is particularly important for Parker - with longtime trainer…
 
The Greens and Labour are inching closer to a governing deal, with an announcement expected on Sunday. Co-leaders Marama Davidson and James Shaw met with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern again this afternoon. Mr Shaw says they are on track to conclude talks tomorrow as planned. A spokesperson for the Prime Minister echoed this, saying, "discussions on…
 
The long awaited Covid card has been launched, in Ngongotaha in Rotorua, and now it's ready for testing. Up to 1,500 people over the age of 19 are being sought to try out the bluetooth-enabled cards. The experiment aims to understand how the technology works in a real-world environment and whether it is compatible with current contact tracing metho…
 
A man has appeared in the Christchurch District Court over five separate home invasions, all committed this morning. The 45-year-old is charged with five counts of burglary, three of assault with intent to commit rape on a female over 16, and one of strangulation. Asked by Judge Quentin Hix if he had anything to say, the man, who has been granted i…
 
Wellington sports groups are pushing the city council to scrap a proposal to ban new pokie machines in the capital. The city council's sinking lid policy would mean if existing pokie venues close down, it won't allow a new one to open up. It would also mean venues won't be able to increase the number of pokie machines, but sporting groups fear the …
 
New coronavirus cases in Europe are soaring - France, Germany, the UK, Russia, Belgium and Italy are all experiencing record highs since the pandemic began. And new measures are coming into force. In France, a second lockdown is coming that includes a curfew for almost 50 million people. Germany too will shut down from next month. RNZ's Worldwatch …
 
New coronavirus cases in Europe are soaring - France, Germany, the UK, Russia, Belgium and Italy are all experiencing record highs since the pandemic began. And new measures are coming into force. In France, a second lockdown is coming that includes a curfew for almost 50 million people. Germany too will shut down from next month. RNZ's Worldwatch …
 
It was the talk of the town in Māngere today - the local Pak n Save fined $78,000 for charging consumers higher prices for supposed promotional items. The over-charging occured on six dates over several months back in 2018, and related to items including salmon, mushrooms and avocados. Wednesday's fine has resulted in a backlash from customers, wit…
 
Air New Zealand's wings have been clipped yet again. It is canning almost 400 more international crew jobs and is looking to make several hundred other workers on leave without pay officially redundant. The national carrier reported a $454 million loss for the year ended June and has slashed 4000 jobs as it struggles to stay in the air after the Co…
 
In the newest episode of The City of God, Dr. Owen Strachan discusses the recent film from director Christopher Nolan, ‘Tenet.’ Dr. Strachan gives five tenets of ‘Tenet’ and Nolan’s greater cinematic portfolio. If you like what you hear on The City of God, be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcasting app and give a review.…
 
President Trump has had a rollercoaster day, campaigning in four separate states from Michigan to Nevada in a last-ditch attempt to overcome Joe Biden's lead in the opinion polls and secure four more years in the White House. The President's rival claimed today that he is uniquely qualified to unite the country and lead it out of the crisis caused …
 
Researchers who are also former wards of the state have stressed the key changes needed to ensure any Māori-run alternative to Oranga Tamariki doesn't just turn a white bureaucracy into a brown one. The second week of the Waitangi Tribunal hearing into the disproportionate number of tamariki Māori in state care is underway in Hastings. And claimant…
 
Warning: This report contains details that may be distressing for listeners. The former flatmate of a man on trial for stabbing a woman to death says the accused was "fixated" on getting rid of his ex-wife and shared how he planned to do it. Li Manchao is on trial in the High Court at Auckland accused of murdering his ex-wife Yang Zhimin on a subur…
 
Finding joy when a difficult relationship ends is possible. This week, Liza Harper, a life redesigner, joins me to talk about finding joy and clarity through relationships and life’s transitions. She’s a life and divorce coach who seeks to empower women to unleash their desires. We discuss some ways you can infuse joy into your life. Liza opens up …
 
Some fishing companies are being accused of overlooking qualified and competent New Zealanders, in favour of bringing in foreign crews who will work in harsher conditions for less money. But an fishing industry executive says that's rubbish, and there are simply not enough skilled and experienced Kiwis willing to do the work. Timothy Brown has more…
 
The Greens say they're in the "concluding stages" of their talks with Labour on a governing arrangement. The parties met for their third round of talks in the Prime Minister's office this afternoon. While a final deal hasn't yet been reached, co-leaders Marama Davidson and James Shaw say they're on track for hammering something out by the end of th…
 
On Wednesday night the Silver Ferns playing their first international netball match since Covid-19 disrupted the sport. New Zealand is hosting the England Roses in a three Test series starting in Hamilton. Sports reporter Bridget Tunnicliffe is at Claudelands Arena in Hamilton. She joins Lisa Owen with the latest.…
 
A spooky spat has broken out in an Auckland neighbourhood over the future of its iconic Halloween celebrations. Dignan Street in Point Chevalier usually welcomes hundreds of trick or treaters - but this year things are effectively being called off because of the skyrocketing numbers of kids looking for candy. Some households have cited covid concer…
 
The mother of a baby who died after being attacked by the family dog in Hamilton says she wishes she could go back in time. The newborn baby died in Waikato Hospital yesterday after the attack on Sunday night. His mother has posted a photo on Facebook wishing she could return to a time when she was pregnant. Neighbours who rushed to help the mother…
 
A Pak n Save supermarket in the Auckland suburb of Māngere has been fined $78,000 for charging consumers more than the promotional prices on six occasions. The Commerce Commission says shoppers should be able to trust supermarket pricing. Consumer New Zealand says there are likely many more victims of supermarkets overcharging at the till. Katie Do…
 
Police in Northland are armed, after two gunmen who fired at an officer in her patrol car still on the run. The officer was driving along State Highway 11, south of Kerikeri, when she was stopped by a car in front of her early yesterday morning. Police have yet to identify the the men who shot at her, but are investigating whether they're connected…
 
What’s your long term strategy with Bitcoin and investing in crypto currency? Can you hold for 100 years? Why not. Check out how and why on this show. Check out our sponsors as wellhttps://coinseed.app.link/cryptocentzPlease click, subscribe and review us on itunes, google play music, iheart radio and now youtube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/…
 
A child care centre in Napier remains open and parents are being told not to worry after a toddler had a weak-positive Covid-19 result. The child was on an Air New Zealand flight from Napier to Auckland last week. They had tested negative before leaving New Zealand but positive on arrival in Japan a day later. Jonathan Mitchell reports.…
 
Melbourne's five million citizens will be able to leave their homes from midnight and all cafes, restaurants, bars, shops and hotels will be allowed to reopen. Australia's second largest city has been under strict Covid-19 restrictions for the past 15 weeks, but after the state recorded its first 24 hour period without any new coronavirus infection…
 
A Dunedin councillor has been told to apologise for aggressive and intimidating behaviour, or he'll be stripped of some of his roles. Three Dunedin councillors complained about the behaviour of Lee Vandervis towards the deputy mayor. A subsequent investigation upheld the complaints, but one councillor says the penalty amounts to 'a slap on the hand…
 
Sightings of the fabled giant South Island cat have been circulating since about the 1990s, everywhere from Canterbury to Marlborough to Southland. The latest has been at Hanmer Springs. At about midday on Sunday, Christchurch osteopath Mark Orr was mountain biking on the Perseverance Bike track, when he swears he spotted it. Exactly what it is rem…
 
The Green Party co-leaders say talks with Labour are progressing and they expect them to conclude by the end of the week. [embed]https://youtu.be/E_TaaFfgMpc Having won an out-right majority on election night, Labour does not need a helping hand to form a government. But Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has been speaking to Green Party co-leaders Mara…
 
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