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The Impact of Muscle Aging on Longevity (Dr. Bill Evans)
Back in the host's chair this week, Bob Hughes welcomes Dr. Bill Evans, one of the world's foremost experts on muscle aging, to the podcast. Bill is adjunct professor of Human Nutrition at University of California Berkeley and an adjunct professor of medicine in the Geriatrics Program at Duke. Previously, he was vice president and head of Muscle Metabolism Discovery Performance Unit at GlaxoSmithKline and he was also president of the Muscle and Health Division at KineMed. He was also president of the Muscle and Health Division at KineMed. Earlier this year, he was recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2022 International Conference on Frailty, and Sarcopenia Research. Today, Bill brings his vast amount of experience and expertise to the podcast to discuss how muscle aging affects longevity in older people and the relationship between muscle aging and age-related diseases.He begins by sharing his experience in the longevity industry, particularly with muscle aging, and goes on to discuss the term ‘sarcopenia’, including what it means and how it relates to muscle degeneration. He then explains the differences between sarcopenia and cachexia, and referring to several studies, shares the meaning of frailty, the relation of walking speed with age, and the importance of the brain–muscle connection. At the conclusion of the episode, Bill discusses the future of muscle aging and how the longevity industry hopes to find solutions that will improve the lives of people on a global scale.Episode Highlights:Bill’s journey in the muscle aging industry Why muscle degeneration? The origin of the term ‘sarcopenia’ The differences between sarcopenia and cachexia Is sarcopenia due to dysregulation of neuronal inputs? The contribution of fast-twitch and slow-twitch muscle fibers in aging Sarcopenia and age-related diseases What is frailty? Why our walking speed slows down as we age The relation between exercise and psychological state The brain-muscle connection The future of the longevity industry from Bill’s viewpointQuotes:“What are some of the causes of late life disability? How does muscle change as we grow older? Why do we lose muscle?”“A large percentage of women in particular over the age of 60 reported that they couldn't even lift 10 pounds. And the muscle weakness progressed as they grew older.”“The primary deficit and functional deficit as we grow older is loss of strength. And that is directly related to how much muscle we have.”“Cachexia is associated with a rapid increase in the breakdown of muscle, while sarcopenia is associated with a more gradual decrease in the rate of synthesis of muscle.”“People generally over the age of 75, have circulating markers of inflammation.”“People with type two diabetes and insulin resistance lose muscle at almost double the rate of people with normal glucose tolerance.”“If we improve strength in an older person, their spontaneous activity goes up. And their habitual walking speed goes up as well.”Links:Email questions, comments, and feedback to email@example.comTranslating Aging on Twitter: @bioagepodcastBIOAGE Labs Website BIOAGELabs.comBIOAGE Labs Twitter @bioagelabsBIOAGE Labs LinkedInDr. Bill Evans on LinkedIn
Our May 31st "Book Lunch" featuring author Laurie Verchomin and her masterpiece, The Big Love: Life and Death with Bill Evans"
Journey of an Aesthete Podcast
We were so honored to have had as our guest for our recent May 31st "Book Lunch", featuring author Laurie Verchomin. We discussed her poetic and classic memoir, "The Big Love: Life And Death With Bill Evans", which in my view one of the best jazz books to have come out in a long time, in part for the individual uniqueness of the author's perspective. We also discussed her spiritual journey and her artistic progress. I also wrote an original piano piece to thank Laurie called "Verchomin's Buddha Nature". It was so special to have her on and we know you will love it ! https://anchor.fm/mitch-hampton https://www.patreon.com/journeyofanaesthete?fan_landing=true https://www.jouneyofanaesthetepodcast.com/ http://www.audibletrial.com/JourneyofanAesthete New England Conservatory #music #jazz #composing #humanities #podcasts #audible #anchorfm #film #theatre #philosophy #filmtheory #filmarchives #spirituality #jazz #composition #literature #poetry #soundart #soundtracks #playwrighting #theatre #arts #travel #augustwilson #legacy #writing #philisophy #artsbroadcasting #books #audiobooks #creativity #artists #folkart #artisans #creation #spiritual #meditation #academics #filmarchives #travel #travelwriting #music #BillEvans #jazz #Buddhism #spirituality--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mitch-hampton/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mitch-hampton/support
The Universal Mind of Bill Evans (from a Drummer's Perspective)
You're Good. Get Better.
Today I want to analyze the creative process of one of the greatest musical minds ever - Bill Evans. We are going to walk through some of my takeaways from watching "The Universal Mind of Bill Evans" and look into Bill Evans' thoughts on musical creativity and becoming "one" with an instrument. More on Tim Buell: https://linktr.ee/timbuell Check out DistroKid and save 7% on your first year's membership with this link: https://bit.ly/3gToqZu Podcast Rewind Playlist (on Spotify) to catch up on my favorite past episodes of the podcast: https://spoti.fi/3ExTvwv
Podcast 352: A Tribute to J. D. Crowe with Bill Evans
The Fretboard Journal Guitar Podcast
On this week's Fretboard Journal Podcast, we pay tribute to banjo and bluegrass legend J. D. Crowe with his friend, student, and collaborator, Bill Evans. Crowe passed away on Christmas Eve, 2021, nearly a year, exactly, after the death of his friend and former bandmate, Tony Rice. Evans is a natural storyteller and educator and was slated to begin filming instruction videos with Crowe for Peghead Nation later this year. He talks about Crowe's impact on bluegrass, his unique style of banjo playing (and how it differed from that of Earl Scruggs), the unique interplay Crowe had with guitarist Tony Rice, and the importance of the 1975 album, 'J. D. Crowe and New South' album (Rounder Records 0044), featuring Crowe, Rice, Jerry Douglas, Ricky Skaggs, and Bobby Slone. It's an hour-long deep dive into what made one of the world's best banjo player's tick... and a great primer on the subtleties of bluegrass. Evans has graciously shared one of his Crowe lessons on Peghead Nation: https://www.pegheadnation.com/news-reviews/breaking-news/j-d-crowes-enduring-influence/ This episode is sponsored by BED|STÜ (use the discount code FRETXBS to save 20% off for a limited time), Izotope (use the discount code FRET10 to save 10% on their amazing software), and Retrofret Vintage Guitars. Our 49th issue of the Fretboard Journal is now mailing, featuring John Reischman, John Sebastian, Dr. Molly Miller and more. Click here to learn more. Don't forget, beyond the magazine, the FJ now has an entire network of podcasts, about everything from lutherie to home recording (and tube amps!): Luthier on Luthier; The Truth About Vintage Amps; The Truth About Recording & Mixing; Acoustic Voices; and Sweep the Floor.
Market Outlook August 2021 - chief economist Bill Evans and the team investigate the economic cost of Delta’s global spread
Market Outlook in conversation
Key themes discussed this month include:Delta, the immediate economic cost, the necessary conditions for recovery, and considerations for the RBA (Chief Economist Bill Evans)Australia’s lockdowns and the chance of recession in 2021 6:20 min (Senior Economist Andrew Hanlan)The sensitivity of consumer and business confidence to 2021’s outbreaks 9:50 min (Senior Economist Matthew Hassan)Labour market dynamics of an Australian lockdown 15:40 min (Senior Economist Justin Smirk)Australia’s vaccine rollout, an indicative timeline and how we compare globally 20:05 min (Economist Lochlan Halloway)Delta’s spread, a global perspective on the economic and FX consequences 24:00 min (Senior Economist Elliot Clarke).Any information provided in this podcast is general in nature and has been prepared without taking into account any personal circumstances.