Episode 196: Titan Talk 104: Guest IFBB Pro Andre Adams, Hercules Potion, News/Events & more!
Titan Medical Lifestyle
7/27/21 Titan Talk with John Tsikouris: Featuring special guest: IFBB Pro/NASM Master Trainer, Andre adams Our social media: https://linktr.ee/TitanMedicalCenter Live Q&A on @Titanmedical social media! Have you tried Hercules Potion, our popular injectable vitamin & amino blend therapy? Possible link between everyday environmental chemicals, hormones & breast cancer NFL teams with unvaxxed players who test positive will be forced to forfeit games This Saturday Titan sponsors the Tampa Bay Jeep fest in Clearwater! Titan Weekly Newsletter Poll: Have you tried Hercules Potion? No, not yet but I plan to. - 20% No, what's in it & what does it do? - 56% Yes! - 23% UPCOMING EVENTS: Aug 7: Tampa Pro Aug 14: NPC Deke Warner Florida State Sep 9-11th:St.Pete Art & Fashion Week Oct 7: Olympia 2021 in Orlando November: Cars & Couture Have you tried Hercules Potion, Titan's popular injectable vitamin & amino blend therapy? https://conta.cc/3BHgowk Text: titanmedical to: 22828 to get on our emailing list! Titan podcasts: https://titanmedicallifestylepodcast.fireside.fm herculespotion #johntsikouris #andreadams #ifbb #nasm #titan #titanmedical #health #medicalcenter #peptide #aminos #vitamin Click here for our link to the New patient Paperwork to get started with Titan & our full list of social media! https://linktr.ee/TitanMedicalCenter And of course you can call/text anytime for more info: 727-389-3220 or http://titanmedicalcenter.com/ We service NATIONWIDE! Text:titanmedical to:22828 to get on our emailing list About Titan Medical Center: We offer Hormone Replacement Therapy, Medical Weight Loss, Injectable Vitamin & Amino Therapies, Relationship, Bedroom Enhancing Therapies, On-Site or Nationwide Blood Work Testing, Peptide Therapies, In-House IV Therapy, & Primary Care. We are based in Tampa, Florida but YES we service NATIONWIDE! We can help you enhance your life and performance while operating at optimal health levels. We have medical doctors and start with blood work testing to get you on the right track! Some of our therapies are available without blood work testing. Call Titan Medical Center to learn how you can have a healthier, stronger life. We offer telemedicine (via FaceTime or Skype) from the comfort of your own home where you will see a licensed medical provider. Our Titan therapies are doctor prescribed & shipped directly to your doorstep from a licensed US pharmacy!
164. The Bangladeshi Century, with Andre Adams and Firdose Moonda
The Grade Cricketer
We welcome the Bangladeshi Century by reflecting on how fine everything actually is in Australia, Joe Root scores more “any danger?” runs as India are denied by our great sport, the allure of this years Ashes erodes against the backdrop of harsh Federal Government policy, struggling players, injured players, and also maybe bushfires, The Hundred is in the Blobby phase, Firdose Moonda joins to bring us up to speed with Cricket South Africa’s social justice and nation-building hearings into racial discrimination, Andre Adams also joins to talk NZ in the 2000s, the ICL, and how to be a good coach and normal person, and #AskTGC raises suspicious questions about highly co-ordinated blokes playing cricket at BBQs.Check out our Patreon for exclusive content every single week at https://www.patreon.com/gradecricketerThis episode is brought to you by Budgy Smuggler. You can get free shipping on your order by using the code 'CHAMP' at https://www.budgysmuggler.com.auYou can follow The Grade Cricketer on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter:https://www.facebook.com/gradecricketerhttps://www.instagram.com/thegradecricketer/https://twitter.com/gradecricketerThe Grade Cricketer hosts are Ian Higgins and Sam Perry.You can follow them on Instagram and Twitter:Ian Higgins:https://www.instagram.com/higgins_ian/https://twitter.com/1an_HigginsSam Perry:https://www.instagram.com/sj_perry/https://twitter.com/sjjperry
Tonight is the first episode of season 3 and it is Jay on his own as DG is now up in Japan working with Japan Rugby. This week we had former Black Cap and current NSW Cricket Bowling Coach, Andre Adams back on the show to join us for round two! Andre played in all three formats for New Zealand and had a stellar county career in England after his international career had finished. He has become a real student of coaching and has so much to offer. He is obviously very reflective and continues to push the boundaries and grow himself both inside and outside the realm of coaching.If you like the podcast please share it with your friends and it would be great if you could leave a rating on iTunes, Spotify or wherever you listen as we would love to grow our community.
Talking Performance Episode 47 Reflection of Andre Adams Session
This will be the last week where we have a reflection session as it is DGs last week on the podcast. This week we reflect on our yarn with Andre Adams and cover some of the concepts that Andre spoke about. In fact we actually felt like Andre had so much to offer that Jay has invited him back to join him on his first solo effort!If you enjoy this please share it with your friends and if you want to join in the live discussion join Jay on the Facebook TalkingPerformance group and tune in at 8pm (NZ Time) every Monday Night.
Talking Performance Episode 46 with Special Guest Andre Adams
This week we are fortunate to have former Black Cap and current NSW Cricket Bowling Coach, Andre Adams.Andre played in all three formats for New Zealand and had a stellar county career in England after his international career had finished. He has become a real student of coaching and has so much to offer. He is obviously very reflective and continues to push the boundaries and grow himself both inside and outside the realm of coaching.If you like the podcast please share it with your friends and it would be great if you could leave a rating on iTunes, spotify or wherever you listen as we would love to grow our community.
Andre Adams is a former New Zealand international cricket player, having played red and white ball cricket at the highest level. A fast bowler, Andre has over 700 wickets in all formats of the game. Andre has led multiple title contending teams, winning domestic titles in New Zealand and notably in England for Nottinghamshire, finishing that season as one of the leading wicket takers. More recently he has enjoyed his success as a coach, currently as the bowling/assistant coach for New South Wales in the Sheffield Shield, mentoring some of the best bowlers in the world. In this podcast Andre opens up on his journey into professional cricket. From not thinking he would ever play first 11 cricket in Takapuna, to playing in the 2003 Cricket world cup, earning a man of the match performance against the West Indies. Andre talks about the highs and lows of the game, including feelings of identity loss when it came to retirement, and how he managed to navigate those moments. Cricket fan or not, this was lots of fun to record, full of laughs and wise advice that can be applied to any sphere of life.
Andre Adams - Black Caps, Notts, and NSW bowling coach
The Top Order Cricket Podcast
In this bonus episode we speak with Andre Adams, Andre had a playing career that spanned almost 20 years. He took over 1000 wickets, represented the Black Caps in all three formats, played in the 2003 World Cup, joined the ICL and was a star of the English county cricket circuit. Once his playing days were over, Andre moved to coaching, where he spent time with Auckland before accepting his current role as bowling coach of New South Wales.
Andre Adams: Cricket world divided over 'Mankad dismissal' rule
D'Arcy Waldegrave Drive
Emotions are running high around the cricket world after Kings XI Punjab captain Ravi Ashwin executed a Mankad dismissal in his team's IPL win.The wicket has sparked friction across the international game — but one image shows even legends of the sport have been caught up in the wrong debate.Spinner Ashwin took the bails off at the non-striker's end while England batsman Jos Buttler was backing up, with the controversial move overshadowing his side's 14-run victory over Rajasthan — and the IPL return of Aussie Steve Smith.The term "Mankad" — used when a bowler runs out a non-striker before delivery — was coined 70 years ago when Indian allrounder Vinoo Mankad twice ran out Bill Brown at the bowler's end during India's tour of Australia in 1947.It is considered to be against cricket's spirit of fair play and Buttler, who scored 69 off 43 deliveries, walked dejectedly back to the pavilion after an argument with the India bowler.While legends, including Shane Warne and England captain Michael Vaughan, have declared publicly they are affronted by Ashwin's failure to act within the so-called "spirit of the game" — the emotion has simply clouded the issue.The only debate that matters is whether Rajasthan Royals star English batsman Jos Buttler was guilty of leaving his crease at the non-striker's end in violation of the MCC Laws of Cricket Code.One image that has been circulated around the cricket world suggests Ashwin doesn't have a leg to stand on in regards to the laws that govern the so-called Mankad.The freeze frame shows that on simple rules alone — completely independent of those screaming for blood over Ashwin's poor form — Buttler should never have been given out when the decision was sent up to the third umpire.The photograph below captures the moment Ashwin's front foot has landed after launching into his release action. It shows Buttler clearly has his bat behind the crease at the exact point of release.In accordance with MCC Law 41.16 — which governs the non-striker leaving his or her ground early — Buttler should never have been given out as he is allowed to leave his crease "when the bowler would normally have been expected to release the ball"."If the non-striker is out of his/her ground from the moment the ball comes into play to the instant when the bowler would normally have been expected to release the ball, the bowler is permitted to attempt to run him/her out," the law states."Whether the attempt is successful or not, the ball shall not count as one in the over."If the bowler fails in an attempt to run out the non-striker, the umpire shall call and signal dead ball as soon as possible."Ravi Ashwin went were few bowlers dare to go. Photo / Twitter.The photo has superimposed an old image of Ashwin bowling for India in blue over the top of him bowling for Kings XI Punjab in red. It's designed to show that when Ashwin's front foot landed last night, he would normally be in his delivery stride preparing to let go of the ball.Buttler is still in his crease at that point and because he would reasonably expect Ashwin to have delivered the ball, under the laws of the game, he should be safe. However, Ashwin didn't let go of the ball as expected and baulked after planting his front foot, sparking the controversy.Cricket identities have used the image to nail Ashwin.Unfortunately, the ambiguity of the rule and bizarre bowling action of Ashwin have further clouded the issue.The video of the action shows that Ashwin never raised his front arm while launching into his delivery.International cricket legends, led spiritedly by Aussie great Dean Jones, have declared the image above is made redundant because Ashwin was never truly in the act of bowling — as suggested by his left arm never pointing down the pitch.Ashwin did launch into the air, but critics are claiming Buttler was correctly given out because Ashwin pulled out of his delivery as Buttler was in the motion of following his routine of l...
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