Ep. 11: The Dog Who Did Not Bark; Jack Anderson and the CIA
The Mysteries of Watergate
One of the lingering mysteries of Watergate is the foreknowledge, or lack of same, of the country’s most famed “muckraker,” syndicated columnist Jack Anderson. Anderson was known as a man with incredibly wide and deep sources at all levels of Washington, D.C. government scandals, and in 1972 won a Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on the Nixon Administration’s secret policies regarding the India-Pakistan conflict, seemingly getting inside information from a military spy ring which had infiltrated the White House. Anderson, intriguingly, was later said to be the target of a Nixon order to assassinate or disable him by poison, as testified to by Howard Hunt. Was he? And if Anderson did know of an impending Watergate breakin, wouldn’t he print it? If not, why not? Also, oddly, the CIA also seems to have had interactions of a threatening nature with him in early 1972. Anderson’s role, or lack of role, in Watergate is one of the scandal’s murkiest areas of mystery. ________________________________________Thank you for listening! If you have questions you'd like me to answer on future episodes, please send a tweet to @TheJohnDOConnor or email me through the contact page of my website, https://www.postgatebook.com/contact.
Performance Goals Over Everything - with Jack Anderson @jackptuk
The Coach Pratts Podcast
This week it’s big training chat with the man Jack Anderson aka Jackptuk!Jack was an olympic lifter turned hybrid athlete doing his first Iron Man early last year. You can check how things went by watching his doc Sweet Suffering on amazon prime!We talk about the difference between a PT and a coach, how we should all be looking at our training and why performance goals beat body goals 10 times out of 10. Performance goals give us an intent to take into our sessions every single time we step in the gym!It’s so valuable to enjoy the process of being new to something and having to learn and get better. This attitude is important when it comes to seeing progress and building an unbeatable mindset.Listen & enjoy.
In this week’s episode of The insuleoin Podcast, Eoin chats with Jack Anderson (@jackptuk).Jack is a Type 1 Diabetic from Bristol in the UK, and was diagnosed back in 2015. Jack comes from a very sporty background and like most Diabetics, his diagnosis came as a massive shock.Jack admittedly didn’t manage his Diabetes too well in the beginning, and didn’t prioritise his health as much as he should have. All that soon changed, fast forward a few short years and Jack is now a Personal Trainer and proudly keeps his health at the top of his list each day.Just this year Jack completed his first Iron Man (2.4 mile swim, 112 miles cycle, 26.2 mile run). His aim for this challenge was to prove to himself, and other Diabetics out there that Diabetes shouldn’t stop you from achieving great things.As always, be sure to rate, comment, subscribe and share. Your interaction and feedback really helps the podcast. The more Diabetics that we reach, the bigger impact we can make!Questions for the Podcast:email@example.comWebsite:insuleoin.comInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/insuleoin/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Guest: Jack Anderson, author of THE LEFT RIGHT GAME! Plus Kickstarter tips
Lovecraft eZine Podcast
The Left Right Game is a 2020 fiction podcast written by Jack Anderson, based on his series "Has anyone heard of the Left/Right Game?" --- Plus, Kickstarter tips! --- ALL LOVECRAFT EZINE LINKS: https://linktr.ee/misanthropemike
Jack Anderson was diagnosed with T1 diabetes in 2015. After battling with his diabetes for a few years, Jack quickly figured out the best way to handle the condition and at the start of 2020, after a national lockdown was announced in the UK, set his sights on achieving the seemingly impossible. After just four months of training , Jack aimed to complete an Ironman Triathlon, incorporating a 3.8km swim, 180km bike, finished off with a marathon run. Oh and before even starting, a 200kg squat... Jack joined me to talk through his amazing achievement last year, the Amazon documentary that followed his journey, his diagnosis story, his experiences with CBD oil as well as discussing how fatherhood is awaiting him in 2021. Sit back, relax and enjoy getting to know the man, the myth, the legend. Jack Anderson.
According to legend, Black Jack Anderson was a pirate who lived off the coast of Western Australia on Middle Island. While there aren't any peg legs, treasure maps, or parrots in this episode, there is plenty of violence, thievery, and scandal. Visit www.wildwapodcast.com for the full show notes on this episode, and a list of references.
Episode 12: Applying Breath Work to Training Athletes (with Jack Anderson)
Speed and Power Podcast
Jack Anderson is a performance coach and host of the Upper Left Performance Podcast. Jack has been doing some really interesting breath work so we wanted to get him on the show to discuss his breath work. Jack was a great guest and shared some really cool concepts coaches should apply to their training. IG: @jack_andersoniii Twitter: @jackandersoniii Upper Left Performance Podcast-https://anchor.fm/jack-anderson74
Lookout Landing Podcast 132: Jack Anderson on his offseason, Young, Black & Lit, and some postseason chatter
Lookout Landing: for Seattle Mariners fans
0:00-25:55: The show begins with Mariners’ minor league pitcher Jack Anderson giving us a few minutes of his time! Our conversation begins with some Midwest small talk before getting into the fear of losing the MLB draft’s late rounds. Jack is also a submarine style pitcher, which, as he puts it, was the first of its kind when his college team traveled to Cuba. Jack also tells us about how he stayed sharp during the COIVD shutdown. This segment ends with Jack explaining the work he’s doing for Young, Black & Lit, an Illinois-based organization committed to increasing access to children’s books that center, reflect, and affirm Black children. If you would like to help donate, or want to see videos from Jack’s Swings for Stories event, visit this page.The next part begins with a discussion of the Mariners’ Player Development Fall League roster, of which Jack is also a part of.26:00-44:40: John Trupin logs on to talk about that roster as well as Jerry Dipoto’s recent comments about the team contending in 2021. Which free agent reliever is Jerry getting ready to overpay for? Kate thinks making a point of saying they will upgrade the bullpen is a distraction from the fact that he’s not spending on a Realmuto or LeMahieu. 45:40-1:08:29: Matthew takes a moment to regroup after learning that Chad Pinder is not Australian. He gracefully recovers in time to field listener questions. What to do with Justin Dunn? Which minor league starter could become a high-leverage reliever?Music: “Longshot” by Miike Snow // “The Creature” by La Luz // “Devil’s Pie” by D’Angelo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
58: How to cope with anxiety and find calm with Dr. Jack Anderson
The Do Gooders Podcast
We’re feeling a collective unsettling in this time, which is lasting longer than any of us would like. So how do we cope? As clinical psychologist Dr. Jack Anderson will tell you, fear is natural, it’s instinctive. But calmness has to be learned.
Hey guys, thanks for downloading the latest episode, did you know that this episode is available IN VIDEO? Head to my YouTube channel to watch it in full (www.youtube.com/jamielowetv) In this episode i'm joined by personal trainer Jack Anderson. After struggling to come to terms with being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in his teenage years, Jack is now on a mission to prove that pancreas or no pancreas if you put your mind to it you can pull of some pretty amazing things. Jack also shares his wisdom to help up as get more active as lockdown comes to an end. Let us know on social media if Jack inspires you to get moving! Here's what Jack has to say about his challenge: 'On the 2nd of January 2015, at the age of 15, I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. I always remember being told about the implications and limitations this condition would have on my life. I have always been extremely active, playing a number of sports and thankfully Diabetes has not got in the way too much.However I am curious, I want to see what my body is physically capable of. I want to see if it is possible to complete one of the most grueling ultra events as a Type 1 diabetic. I want to inspire and motivate others with medical conditions, not to be defined by them. To accept them, to battle them and to conquer them. To not let them stop you from doing what you want to do, and not letting them stop you from becoming who you want to be. My name is Jack Anderson, I am 20 years old and I am going to be attempting an IronMan triathlon on the 17th of October, 10 days before I'm 21'. #All4One is an online community for people with Type 1 Diabetes, fighting misconceptions and showing support. The show is hosted by Jamie Lowe (@JamieLoweTV) who has lived with Type 1 Diabetes since 2015. Each month Jamie and the panel get together to discuss the reality of life with out a properly working pancreas! Want to be on the show? Email firstname.lastname@example.org Find out more about Jamie here: www.jamielowe.co Subscribe to Jamie's YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/jamielowetv