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Although the world is becoming mostly sedentary, our bodies still require a wide variety of daily movements in order to work well. Many of us struggle to get regular exercise, but even that can fall short of nourishing the body from head to toe. How can we move more—a lot more—when we have sore, stiff parts and overly busy lifestyles? Join Katy Bowman M.S., biomechanist, author, and movement educator as she combines big-picture lessons on biomechanics, kinesiology, physiology, and natural hu ...
 
Join Katie Day and the MOVEMETOTX Team as they break down what's happening in Houston and its suburbs, provide market updates, and what's going on in the real estate market.For more information on working with the MOVEMETOTX Team, visit: https://www.movemetotx.com/newclientFollow Katie Day on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/movemetotx/
 
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It’s time for grief to come out of the basement, or wherever we have stuffed it to avoid talking about it. When you suffer a loss you need support, comfort, and a safe place to heal. What you are experiencing is painful but normal, unique but similar, surreal but very, very real. As grief advocates we understand and want to provide support, knowledge and comfort as you continue to live and grieve. Host, Kathy Gleason; Producer, Stephanie Kendrick. www.asiliveandgrieve.com
 
Hosted by Dan Runde, William A. Schreyer Chair and Director, Project on Prosperity and Development, Building the Future explores topics at the intersection of global development, foreign policy, and national security. In each episode, Dan sits down for a discussion with a leading expert from government, the private sector, and international organizations to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the world today.
 
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Join Katie Day with the MOVEMETOTX Team as she break downs what's happening in Texas, provide market updates, and what's going on in the real estate market. This week, she's joined by Andrea Sanchez with the MOVEMETOX Team and Paige Bowman with the Mortgage Collective. This Week's Topics: Houston ranks higher among best real estate markets - http:/…
 
For the next few months, many of us will be gathering with friends and family, sitting cozied up around a fireplace or a TV. And while there is nothing wrong with getting cozy, we already spend a whole lotta time sitting around pretty much the rest of the entire year. So, in this episode, Katy shares tips from an article she wrote all about the way…
 
We've been told for decades that eating red meat will give us cancer, heart disease, and all kinds of other health ailments. But what if it's not true? What if the evidence against red meat was never strong to begin with and has become much weaker over time? In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris examines recent research and comprehensiv…
 
Summary: Grief 2 Hope is, according to the cover, "A mother's memoir of devastation to determination." Hope Reger is proof positive that moving forward doesn't mean you can't look back. Using her grief to propel herself forward, she created Grief 2 Hope as a support for those grieving, and at the same time creating a legacy for her son. Listen in .…
 
In this episode I'm joined by the hilarious Sammie James and it was such a treat to have such a connoisseur of horror on the pod! Sammie is a comedian that hosts The Badass Trans Women of Comedy and The Waiting Room, a comedy show based on stories about our health and bodies. We loved this movie so much for the duality and complexity of all the cha…
 
Episode 1001 Hot Stove season is upon us and we are ready to start picking apart transactions, but not before we talk about the Kansas City Royals. To kick things off, David Laurila welcomes Joel Goldberg, broadcaster and reporter for the Royals. David didn’t put Bobby Witt Jr. on his AL Rookie of the Year ballot this year, but he and Joel discuss …
 
In this episode of Building the Future, Dan is joined by Katie Taylor, the Executive Director of the Pan American Development Foundation (PADF). In this podcast, Dan and Katie discuss PADF’s impact over the last 60 years, and the ongoing challenges and progress that Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) have seen over the past decades.…
 
Harvard psychiatrist Dr. Chris Palmer joins Chris in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to talk about metabolic psychiatry and his brain energy theory of mental illness. They discuss why classifying mental disorders as “separate” conditions is misleading; the connections between mental illness and disorders linked to metabolism, including diab…
 
Summary: We've talked about helping children who are grieving, but Katie Lear adds activities and play to her therapy modalities. Her specialty is helping tweens and this conversation will make you smile as she tells her stories. Her book is filled with activities that will support parents, teachers and everyone who wants to help ease the grief jou…
 
Episode 1000 That’s right, we have reached our four-digit milestone. Look back through the years with us before we look to the future (or at least this upcoming offseason). It would be impossible to fully encapsulate all 1,000 episodes of FanGraphs Audio, but this producer put together 22 minutes of great memories. Going all the way back to the ver…
 
Author and speaker Terri Trespicio joins Chris in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss passion, purpose, and why there’s no linear path to the “right” life. They talk about why the pressure to find your one abiding passion can lead you down the wrong path, the myth that self-improvement means we need to be fixed, the counterintuitive …
 
Summary: Holiday season is upon us and adds a complexity to our grief. Whether it be memories that trigger a resurgence of grief symptoms, or fear of being around family and friends who we feel may not understand our emotions, this upcoming season may already be adding stress to our days. With special comments on men and grief, Alexandra Maas chats…
 
In this episode I'm joined by Chicago comic, Jessica Misra. Jessica hates horror movies and was duped into watching Barbarian by a friend who told her, "it was the funniest movie they'd ever seen." Honestly, this is probably the only way we'd get Jessica on the podcast so I'll take it! We chatted about Air B and B's, bidets, the Alternating Current…
 
Episode 999 This week on the pod, the most Philadelphia pairing we have on staff comes together to break down the World Series so far. Michael Baumann is fresh off covering Games 3 and 4 of the World Series in person, and he welcomes lead prospect analyst and old Crashburn Alley pal Eric Longenhagen to discuss what it was like to see the Phillies g…
 
In this episode of Building the Future, Dan Runde is joined by Olivia Enos, the new Washington Director of The Committee for Freedom in Hong Kong (CFHK). In this podcast, they discuss the CFHK’s work, the ongoing effects of the Chinese-imposed National Security Law (introduced to Hong Kong in 2020), the U.S.-Hong Kong relationship, and how listener…
 
In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, strength and conditioning coach Graham Tuttle, aka the Barefoot Sprinter, joins Chris to discuss how our feet lay the groundwork for our health and athletic performance, why traditional shoes are bad for us, and how we can go barefoot to correct movement dysfunction and relieve our ailments. The post RHR:…
 
Summary: Words are important and sometimes can settle your emotions. Likewise, they can add to the intensity. However, words don't always come easily for us. Poetry can speak for us, mirroring our thoughts and helping us to acknowledge our emotions. Listen in as Kara Bowman talks about her poems and treats us with a few readings. Notes: Kara Bowman…
 
Happy Halloween everyone! This is a very special episode because it's live! As part of the Altercation Comedy fest in Austin, Texas I had conversations with comedians about their favorite horror movies. JT Habersaat, creator and curator of the fest chatted about Pearl and X, Chicago's Caitlin Checkeroski chatted about Casper, English Matt of Housto…
 
Episode 998 Just in time for the World Series, we welcome back an author who recently wrote a book on the subject before talking to a prospect in the Arizona Fall League. To start the show, Jay Jaffe welcomes Tyler Kepner, baseball writer at The New York Times and author of The Grandest Stage: A History of the World Series, back to the show. The pa…
 
In this episode of Building the Future, Dan is joined by Jamie Bowman, who worked as a legal consultant across Asia, Africa, and Europe for various U.S. and international agencies. In this podcast, Dan and Jamie discuss Jamie’s career and her recently published book Bike Riding in Kabul: The Global Adventures of a Foreign Aid Practitioner.…
 
Authors David Montgomery and Anne Biklé join Chris on this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss soil health and nutrition. They discuss the importance of the microbiome of the soil, how conventional agriculture adversely affects the soil microbiome, how disruption of the soil microbiome has led to a decline in the availability of nutrients…
 
Summary: Broaching the topic of Death with children can be difficult. Knowing the right words to say, when to say them may cause some adults to avoid the topic completely. The National Alliance for Children's Grief might save you. Their website serves as an incredible resource and is exactly the alliance of numerous Professionals and concerned adul…
 
In this episode I'm rejoined by Chicago's Deanna Ortiz. The two of us chatted about REAL LIFE Orphan situations, Esther's fashion choices and our celebrity crushes. You can catch Deanna at the Lincoln Lodge every weekend since she's a cast member there and watch The Drunk Cooking Show here: https://www.deannaortiz.com/Listen to Deanna's podcast: ht…
 
Episode 997 With four teams remaining in the postseason, this week we put our fan hats on before meeting a talented new FanGraphs contributor. In the first segment, resident Phillies fan Michael Baumann is joined by site Padres fan Jason Martinez to discuss the NLCS. Jason was at the first two games in San Diego, while Michael will be at each of th…
 
In this episode of Building the Future, Dan Runde is joined by Ambassador Ramón Eduardo Martínez de la Guardia, the Ambassador of Panama in the U.S. In this podcast, they discuss how Panama is a great candidate for U.S. companies to nearshore operations, opportunities for tourism in the country, and Panama’s role in advancing the global health syst…
 
In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris discusses Parkinson’s disease and what we can do to address its rising prevalence in modern society. He’ll provide a better understanding of the mechanisms, signs, and symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, as well as cover some of the underlying causes that contribute to it. He also talks about steps you…
 
In this episode Kass Smiley and I discuss a movie whose reputation proceeds it, I Spit On Your Grave. Kass is a comedian and curator of the Alaskan comedy festival, Before You Die. We chatted about the film, Kass' grandma's response to the film, what Alaska is like and so much more!!! Follow Kass on Twitter and Instagram -- @KassSmileyCheck out the…
 
Summary: Are you deciding where to place your loved one’s ashes? Or perhaps you are making your end of life plan to lessen the burden for your family. Listen in as we discuss options with our environment in mind. What about an underwater option that can be visited? Notes: Matthew Marini is Advanced Planning Director for Dignity Memorial Funeral Hom…
 
Episode 996 We bring you a trio of AL East-flavored interviews this week as we find ourselves in the middle of the divisional playoff round. At the top of the show, David Laurila welcomes Eve Rosenbaum, assistant general manager for the Baltimore Orioles. The former director of baseball development, Rosenbaum shares how her responsibilities have ch…
 
In this episode of Building the Future, Dan Runde is joined by Erin Murphy, Deputy Director and Senior Fellow in the Economics Program at CSIS. In this podcast, they discuss Murphy's career and her new book Burmese Haze, foreign policy and Myanmar, and Aung San Suu Kyi.By CSIS | Center for Strategic and International Studies
 
Physician and obesity medicine specialist Dr. Naomi Parrella joins Chris in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss metabolic health and how it relates to weight loss. Dr. Parrella talks about her work with patients from diverse backgrounds at Rush University, what it means to be metabolically healthy, what things interfere with progress…
 
Summary: If you are a widowed parent, you need to listen to this episode - you will definitely benefit from it. For others, it is quite routine to think of someone who is widowed and wonder how they are doing in their grief, but we need to do a better job at appreciating the complexities associated with this when they are also still parenting. A wi…
 
In this episode I'm joined by Madison's own Sasha Rosser. Sasha is a comedian and musician who regularly tours the country while also producing hit variety and comedy shows in Madison. Sasha picked Tokyo Gore Police and I gotta say I was blown away by how deep it was. I thought we were getting into a regular old splatter flick and boy was I wrong. …
 
In this episode of Building the Future, Dan Runde is joined by Harry Bader, Deputy Assistant Administrator in the Bureau for Development, Democracy, and Innovation (DDI) at USAID. In this podcast, they discuss USAID’s new Supply Chain Integrity and Freedom program (SCIF).By CSIS | Center for Strategic and International Studies
 
Episode 995 With the playoff matchups set, we welcome one half of Céspedes Family BBQ to the show as we look ahead to the newly expanded postseason. First, Michael Baumann welcomes Jake Mintz, one half of Céspedes Family BBQ, writer at Fox Sports, and co-host of the Baseball Bar-B-Cast on SiriusXM, to the show. The pair begin by talking about their…
 
In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris examines the efficiency and risks of calcium supplementation, talks about the diet and lifestyle factors that contribute to osteopenia and osteoporosis, and lays out a natural approach to preventing these conditions and improving your bone density. The post RHR: How to Naturally Prevent and Treat Os…
 
Summary: We believe it was never intended for a parent to have to grieve the loss of a child. Regardless of age, our children remain our children always. Gary Roe is back today to discuss his new book, Broken Walk: Experiencing God After the Loss of a Child, the 3rd book in his God and Grief series. Notes: Gary Roe is the multiple award-winning aut…
 
Kicking off October with the return of Kaitlin McCarthy to discuss The Autopsy of Jane Doe. We discussed how underrated this movie is, how relationships to your parents change as we grow and the current state of being a woman in our home state of Wisconsin. This week kicks off the Milwaukee Comedy Festival which Kaitlin is a part of so be sure to c…
 
Episode 994 This week on the show, Eric Longenhagen welcomes Sports Illustrated staff writer Emma Baccellieri for an extended conversation about what she’s been working on and what she’s been watching lately. We hear about Emma’s upcoming piece on Austin Riley and get insight into her interview and transcription process, as well as the nitty gritty…
 
In this episode of Building the Future, Dan Runde is joined by Ambassador John Feeley, former U.S. ambassador to Panama. In this podcast, they discuss Feeley's career in the foreign service, the importance of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega and his "mafia"-style dictatorship, the Vatican's relationship with Nicaragua's government, and short- and long-term…
 
Chris is joined on this episode by the father of Functional Medicine, Dr. Jeffrey Bland. They discuss the history of Functional Medicine, how it has impacted current medical approaches to health, and the process of immuno-rejuvenation. Dr. Bland dives into how the immune system and the gut microbiome are linked, how diet impacts more than just your…
 
Summary: There is some comfort to be found sipping a cup of tea, or just in feeling the warmth as you hold the cup in your hands. Listen in today as Rachel Tenpenny shares her journey and how her special tea blend was a comfort in the devastating loss of her twin daughters. Notes: With an idea born from sister wanting desperately to help sister, Ra…
 
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