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Talking about the music and sound in minutes 91-95 of Solo: A Star Wars Story with Jon Solomon! This set of minutes features a giant space tentacle monster, which, in part, is brought to life by the score and sound design. We talk about tension-building, our perceptions of musical "fastness," and a mysterious howling sound that Xanthe and Jon are n…
 
Hunter Lauck has been obsessed with health and fitness for over 10 years. He has competed in body building competitions in the past and is gearing up for another one soon. Hunter is an all natural body builder with the goal of winning a drug-test free competition. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brandon-yamamoto/support…
 
London Stackpole has been in the service industry for the better half of a decade. He has worked in the luxurious hotel industry, university settings, and many restaurants. London knows how to provide the best customer service and how best to handle difficult customers. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brandon-yamamoto/support…
 
Discussion Guide: 00:00 - Hello there! 07:17 - Listening to the beginning of these minutes and comparing them to A New Hope. 14:35 - Thirds, avoidance of chordal resolution 17:08 - Does this chord progression sound inevitable? Deceptive cadences. Search: "chromatic mediants composition secrets." 22:40 - How L3's theme is building tension. 27:37 - J…
 
Lacey Gilleran from Resistance Broadcast is here to talk about the music in Solo minutes 81-85! We discuss the tragic scoring of L3's death, the gravitational pull of pedal points, musical depth of field, and, of course, #MakeSolo2Happen. Discussion Guide: 00:00 - Hello there! 00:54 - MakeSolo2Happen 09:50 - Swashbuckling adventures. 15:53 - Young …
 
L3 starts a revolution, Han moves coaxium containers, and the (perky, contrapuntal) music is the Force that binds us all together. Also worth considering: Is L3 a big ol' boom box? Newly minted Star Wars writer Riley Silverman is back on the show to discuss Solo Minutes 76-80 of Solo! Discussion Guide: 00:00 - Hello there! 04:45 - Riley's theory of…
 
Composer Christina Ward joins Xanthe for a detailed listen and analysis of minutes 71-75 of Solo: A Star Wars Story, which starts with the crew landing on Kessel and ends with L3 liberating a droid. TIMESTAMPS: 00:00 - Hello there! 05:39 - All roads lead back to the Empire. 11:15 - Where the music abruptly changes, Baroque vibes, Enigma Variations,…
 
"Lando's Closet" is the horniest cue on the Solo soundtrack, Y/N? Crystal Beth joins me today for a discussion about minutes 66-70 of Solo: A Star Wars Story! Discussion Guide: 00:00 - Hello there! 02:32 - Cue naming conventions. 10:02 - Secrets theme 6x buildup. 12:43 - Horniness of this cue. Roller coaster. 14:38 - Narrating the roller coaster of…
 
Dan Golding is back, and ahhh OKAY, we need to talk about the fact that Luke's theme plays like a pop anthem when Han lays eyes on the Millennium Falcon (!!!) In this episode, we examine the musical devices that contribute to that epic reveal, discuss John Powell's internal logic, evaluate Powell's underscore, talk about nostalgia in the Star Wars …
 
Why does the music in the sabacc scene sound like a romantic comedy? What does a cortical homunculus have to do with Solo? How does The Lodge compare to the other watering holes of Star Wars? Tony Thaxton returns to the show to talk about all of this and more in minutes 56-60 of Solo: A Star Wars Story! Discussion Guide: 00:00 - Hello there! 03:27 …
 
Triad of the Force (Gus, Nani, Moe) join Xanthe in a discussion about the music and sound in minutes 51-55 of Solo: A Star Wars Story, which starts with Han convincing Dryden to give them a chance and ends with Han challenging Lando to a game of sabacc. We talk about musical pivot points, toxic professors, dialogue mixing, peacocks, the cue that so…
 
Minutes 46-50 of Solo: A Star Wars Story with James Hewlett from Live Action Star Wars! Today, we're talking about musical pivot points, the operatic nature of Solo, the romantic Han and Qi'ra theme, and some new stormtrooper karaoke headcanon. Discussion Guide: 00:00 - Hello there! 08:35 - Is the music for Han and Qi'ra too romantic and sentimenta…
 
Oskar Payán has been a barber for over a decade and is a true artisan in his craft. He started his own barbershop very young in his career and is now booked up for weeks with people wanting his work. He is incredibly successful and is an inspiration to any hairstylist trying to make it. Oskar's social: www.barberoskar.com Instagram: https://www.ins…
 
An analysis of "Chicken in the Pot" with Ender Smith from AurekFonts. We cover lyrics and language, talk about pronunciation, notation, genre, string samples, harmony, tuning, and quite a bit more. Finally, we field listener submitted questions about "Chicken in the Pot" and discuss the rest of minutes 41-45 of Solo: A Star Wars Story. Discussion G…
 
Inspired by The Daily Stoic, Ryan Holiday, personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett address the role Ego plays in our lives. Not quite the look-at-me-I'm-awesome ego, but the Ego which controls our attitude, selfishness and self absorption and generally prevents us from being rational, objective, and clear headed. How does this …
 
Hunter Lauck has been obsessed with health and fitness for over 10 years. He has competed in body building competitions and knows the grind of training for years and years all too well. He just came back from Las Vegas where he coached his little brother in a competition where he won 1st place in his category. Support the show (https://www.buymeaco…
 
Minutes 36-40 of Solo: A Star Wars Story with Klaudia Amenábar from RuPalp's Podrace! In addition to Powell's train heist scoring, we talk about the Dolby Atmos sound mix, stories from the production of Solo, and the purpose of Star Wars moviemaking in general. Discussion Guide: 00:00 - Hello there! 06:03 - The fridging of Val. 12:11 - Comparing So…
 
The Anatomic Fitness Podcast makes its triumphant return as personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett tackle the very important topic of training your inner voice. We all have stories we tell ourselves, often the result of how were were spoken to as children, and this narrative can have positive and negative impacts on all aspect…
 
Long-time listeners to the Anatomic Fitness Podcast might have noticed personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett know a thing or two about movies. Well, they do! And on this episode they take their knowledge of movies, and their knowledge of fitness and training, and craft a Top 10 list of movies about... you guessed it: training…
 
Mornings suck. Mondays suck. Monday mornings suck. So how does one get motivated to get out of bed and face the day? Is hitting that snooze alarm multiple times beneficial? How does one get everything done that needs doing by 9 A.M.? Well, personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett have a few tips and insights to help make getting…
 
Cleansing, detox, fasting... seems everyone is doing one or the other these days in an effort to lose weight and keep the body clean. But are these fads -- and yes, they are fads -- really necessary? On this episode of the Anatomic Fitness Podcast, personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett provide their two bits and change on the…
 
In case it hasn't become perfectly clear, there's a strong correlation between physical and mental fitness. In fact, one can't exist with the other. Yet most of us treat ourselves worse than we do others, and that can be very damaging to all aspects of our lives. In this episode, personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett talk sel…
 
Regular listeners to The Anatomic Fitness Podcast know personal trainer James Sutherland preaches focus as a one of the crucial components of a successful training regime. And one of the best ways to increase one's focus is to read. On this episode, Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett talk reading, how to get the most out of it, and how reading h…
 
Garfield once said diet is just die with a T on the end. While that's not quite accurate, he did allude to something personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett believe 100 percent: diets are garbage. Especially those fad diets/quick fix pills, toxins, and teas which are all the rage these days. If you want to lose weight, there's …
 
Personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett have talked a lot about exercise and training the last 33 episode of the Anatomic Fitness Podcast. Well, it's time to get down to business! On this episode, James walks Jason through some simple, yet effective, core workouts that listeners can follow along to and do at home. Why core? Bec…
 
Personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett have already poo-pooed the whole New Year's Resolution thing, but if you have started working out in 2022 -- or returned to exercising -- then this episode of the Anatomic Fitness Podcast is for you. Heck, even if you've been training off and on for the long haul, this episode is for you.…
 
The title of this, the first Anatomic Fitness Podcast of 2022, says it all. Neither personal trainer James Sutherland nor producer Jason Hewlett believe in New Year's Resolutions, especially when it comes to getting in shape. So tune in as they bash this timeless tradition, and say there's no time like the present to begin training... with some hum…
 
It's the most wonderful time of the year. A time of giving, being with family, and enjoying some good food and drink. But for many, it can also be a time of overindulgence, depression, and stress. Fortunately, personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett are here to provide some tips, tricks, and personal anecdotes on how to stay fi…
 
Personal trainer James Sutherland and producer extraordinaire Jason Hewlett return for an episode that's all about reflection. What's worked during the last 28 episodes of the Anatomic Fitness Podcast, what's in store for a new year of episodes, and a whole bunch of random stuff in between. What's all this have to do with fitness, training, and coa…
 
Last week personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett discussed their meditation experiences and how it's worked -- or hasn't worked, in James's case -- for them. This week Jason interviews counsellor Jolene Lindsey of C and C Resources for Life in Kamloops. Jolene brings spirituality and meditation into her grief counselling pract…
 
There's no doubt success requires focus. It doesn't matter if you're an athlete or CEO, a cluttered mind and scattered priorities will get you nowhere. That's why a lot of busy and, yes, successful people are turning to meditation as a means of increasing self awareness and focus, to great results. Personal trainer James Sutherland has dabbled in m…
 
Sometimes life throws you a curve ball or six, and that's been the case during the last week for many folks near the Anatomic Fitness Podcast's home town in British Columbia, Canada. An "atmospheric river" has caused widespread flooding and forced thousands out of their homes. And personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett were fo…
 
Sure, most athletic careers end when people hit their late 30s or early 40s, but that doesn't mean a hockey or football players becomes inactive. Nor does someone who's never lifted a weight in his or her life have to stop considering ever starting at a gym. On today's episode of the Anatomic Fitness Podcast, personal trainer James Sutherland and p…
 
Xanthe dissects the End Credits of A New Hope, calls 1-800-PHONE-THX, reviews the thematic census, covers trending topics from the season, and answers some epic listener questions about the music of Star Wars. Discussion Guide: 00:00 - Hello there! 01:57 - The final five minutes of the film. 14:55 - Calling 1-800-PHONE-THX. 18:24 - Structure of the…
 
We've talked about various forms of training and recovery from injuries here on the Anatomic Fitness Podcast, but what about training while injured? Impossible, you say? Not really... as long as you do so smartly. And that's exactly what personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett discuss on this episode of the show.…
 
A couple of months back personal trainer James Sutherland introduced listeners to Lisa Watson of Energy by Lisa. Lisa uses people's energy to help them heal, which is a pretty heady concept! Since then, James has undergone a healing session with Lisa, and shares the beginning of that experience here for listeners. He and producer Jason Hewlett will…
 
Last week personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett talked the risks that come with overtraining. To continue that theme, the Not So Dynamic Duo take on the taboo -- at least in some fitness circles -- subject of rest days and why they're so important. Think you're too much of a man to take a break from working out six days a wee…
 
We've talked about training -- a lot -- on the Anatomic Fitness Podcast, and we've talked about whether its better to train at the gym or at home. But one subject that hasn't been discussed, and often doesn't get discussed enough in fitness circles, is overtraining and the dangers that come with it. From injuries to chronic fatigue and plateauing, …
 
Yes, we know a 19th episode isn't a milestone, but personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett take a moment to reflect on the podcast so far, including its origins, how it morphed into the show it is, and what listeners can expect in the (at least) 19 more episodes to come. So grab your protein drink and get ready to get pumped: i…
 
Personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett dedicated the month of September to staying fit when the kids go back to school. On this episode, we close out Back to School Month on the Anatomic Fitness Podcast by talking to James' daughter McKenna about how she stays healthy and active while still maintain a busy school schedule. The…
 
Think you're too busy juggling kids, work, and a home life to stay in shape? Try juggling a successful PR and marketing firm AND raising twin boys! Welcome to Christina Pilarksi's life. AND she still had time to embark on a fitness journey and get back into pre-mom shape. Actually, she's healthier now than she's ever been, and she shares her story …
 
Continuing this month's back-to-school theme; life is busy and there's not always time to eat right, especially when getting the kids off to class on time, and yourself to work. The temptation to grab fast food can be overwhelming, but that doesn't have to be the case. Personal trainer James Sutherland speaks with Eat Clean Kamloops co-owner Robert…
 
It's a new month and, if you live in the same neck of the woods as personal trainer James Sutherland and producer Jason Hewlett, it's time for the kids to go back to school. With that comes a whole series of challenges for both parents and kids alike, one of which is to remain healthy and active while maintaining a hectic schedule. How do you do th…
 
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