When’s the last time you rocked, rolled, or did a set of head nods? These sound like things you might do at a heavy metal concert (RIP shows and in-person events), but I’m referring to simple exercises and movements you may want to incorporate into your routine. According to my guest on this podcast, Tim Anderson, these movements act as a sort of “reset” that you can use to improve movement quality, reduce pain, improve your sleep, and even lift more weight in the gym. I’ll let Tim get into the nitty-gritty details, but the basic idea is that as we age and spend years of our lives sitting and sedentary, we forget how to move properly. Tim’s “resets” are ways we can restore the original strength and movement patterns we learned when we first started to walk as babies. And I appreciate his unique take on mobility and movement. In case you’re not familiar with Tim, he’s the co-founder of Original Strength where he’s made a career out of helping people young and old improve movement patterns and quality, get strong and healthy, and live better. He’s also an accomplished author, having written several books on the subject. In our discussion, we talk about . . . How to breathe properly The benefits of re-learning movements like crawling, rocking, and head nodding Common movement dysfunctions like forward head posture and gait issues Simple “resets” you can do anywhere How much time you should spend resetting and how often And more . . . So if you want to learn about how these easy movements can help improve your life and how to get started with them, listen to this podcast! Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro 5:15 - How do you address human movement and what makes your techniques different from others? 6:24 - What are some of these fundamental movement patterns? 7:47 - What are the benefits of relearning these basic movements? 10:13 - Are there benefits to doing these movements for people that don’t have any problems? 12:28 - What are some common movement dysfunctions that you see? 17:20 - What are some of the other movement patterns? 18:15 - What common dysfunctional habits can crawling help with? 24:25 - What do you mean by rolling? 25:29 - How much time do people need to spend working on these basic movements? 26:32 - Where should people start? 34:05 - Do you have recommendations on any basic movements to use between sets of heavy lifting? 37:33 - Where can people find you and your work? Mentioned on The Show: Tim Anderson’s Website: https://originalstrength.net/ Original Strength Institute: https://osi-online.com/ Original Strength YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/OriginalstrengthNet Original Strength Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/original_strength/ Tim Anderson’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tim_sonofander/ Books by Mike Matthews: https://legionathletics.com/products/books/ Want free workout and meal plans? Download my science-based diet and training templates for men and women: https://legionathletics.com/text-sign-up/
Chicago White Sox shortstop and American League batting champ Tim Anderson appears on Head In the Game with Rob Hill Sr. to speak on his expanded role in baseball and tuning out the noise to stay focused and determined.
Tim Anderson gets you fired up for the 2021 White Sox season
White Sox Talk Podcast
With spring training about to begin, Chuck Garfien speaks with White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson to get you primed for baseball season. They talk about the White Sox offseason moves, how new manager Tony La Russa will fit with the team, why Anderson didn't do any bat flips last season, and MLB Network ranking Anderson the 10th best shortstop in the game (hint: he's not happy about it). Plus, the two discuss what the White Sox were missing last season, what it would mean to Anderson to win a World Series, and much more.(5:10) - Why he didn't bat flip last season(7:28) - Being ranked the 10th best shortstop in baseball, "That's bulls***"(13:56) - What it's like being on the cover of RBI Baseball 21?(24:00) - His initial reaction to the White Sox hiring Tony La Russa and how he'll fit with the players(34:41) - Anderson reacts to Chicago Bulls star Zach LaVine saying Tim is "Bringing swag back to baseball"(39:12) - PECOTA projections having the White Sox only winning 83 games and losing the division(44:20) - The White Sox offseason moves and what was missing last season
North Side Sox Podcast 7: The Tim Anderson Episode, featuring Herb Lawrence! - 2021-01-23
South Side Sox: for Chicago White Sox fans
On this very special seventh episode of North Side Sox, Sam and Janice welcome the pod’s first-ever guest: Herb Lawrence!Right about now, we would have been organizing our SoxFest schedules: Budgeting some time to wait in line for a Liam Hendriks photo op, then later hitting up the pop-up Sports Depot for some midwinter deals.Though gatherings are not in our cards at the moment, there’s been some movement on the Hot Stove around the league. One burner may be lit, but why can’t all of them ignite, especially for the White Sox? With Spring Training just on the horizon, we discuss the remaining holes on the White Sox, with Herb’s expert input on what needs to be done next. Because it’s our seventh episode, we borrow our guest’s show’s naming convention by taking some time to appreciate RBI2021 cover boy Tim Anderson and his contributions to the White Sox. We examine some of the moves around MLB through a White Sox lens, and give props to the San Diego Padres for seeing what they want, and going for it! The stove has to be on, because there’s smoke. Nelson Cruz, Marcell Ozuna, and Trevor Bauer fan the flames. The internet unfortunately learned of Bauer’s 2011 attempt at making music. In contrast, and with access to quality production, last November Yoán Moncada released his first released his first single; what’s next for the third-baseman-turned-pop-star? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
His face is on a video game cover and he is the go-to guy for a quote. Is Tim Anderson the true face of the White Sox? Scot Gregor from the Daily Herald joins us to talk about his conversations with TA, and if the White Sox are really done this off-season. Brought to you by Family Waterproofing Solutions! Listen. Subscribe. Share. Call 708-459-8406 and leave your comments and questions for the next episode! Chris and his buddy Ed sit at his 9-foot homemade oak bar in a basement on the South Side of Chicago to discuss his favorite team - The Chicago White Sox. Subscribe now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, EVERYWHERE podcasts can be found and ALWAYS at SoxInTheBasement.com! #30MinutesOfSox #WhiteSox #ForFansByFans #ChangeTheGame
Tim Anderson is a firefighter in the City of Philadelphia and he's the owner of Anderson Rescue Solutions. Through his experience as a firefighter he's developed some game changing product for the fire service. No gimmicks or gotcha gadgets but simple tools to aid in rescue operations.
The 2011 Masterchef Champion on misconceptions about Japanese food, coping with the lockdown, (not) being vegan, US politics, and more. Plus Huong and MiMi talk navigating the school run during a pandemic, covid tests, and how they've used MSG in their cooking this week.Rate and subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/theMSGpodWebsite: https://www.facebook.com/TheMSGpodTweet: @TheMSGpodInstagram: @TheMSGpodHosted by @meemalee and @mrshuongblack. Edited and produced by @meemalee. Guest star @cheftimanderson. Music by @dblackguitar and produced by @vellumhill. Artwork by @meemalee.If you enjoy the show, please subscribe, rate, review and share with your friends. We're an independent podcast and every recommendation helps - thank you!
Spiegel: Tim Anderson speaks, Ryan Dempster interview (Hour 1)
Inside The Clubhouse on 670 The Score
Flying solo this week, Matt Spiegel opened his show by breaking down White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson's comments on Tony La Russa being hired as the team's new manager. Later, Marquee Sports Network analyst Ryan Dempster joined the show to discuss La Russa's hiring and to preview the Cubs' offseason.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.