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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Chris Armstrong. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Chris Armstrong, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Chris Armstrong. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Chris Armstrong, often where they are interviewed.

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EP16: Better with Running Podcast with Run2PB Coach Interview - Chris Armstrong

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Matt and Zac catch up to see how they’ve been tracking through the week including a snippet of audio post session with the roles reversed, past guest and training partner of Zac being interviewed on the spot during a warm down after completing a tempo after a small niggle.

Zac interviews new Run2PB Coach, Chris Armstrong. they cover:

> His running journey and what inspired him to get running again.

> Involvement in the running community including the Shepparton Runners Club.

> Coaching Philosophy and recurring themes he sees from recreation runners that he has coached over the years.

> The Australian running landscape and where it needs to evolve to.

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Review on us: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/better-with-running/id1506419354

Jul 12 2020 · 1hr 41mins
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046: Researching ME/CFS with Dr. Chris Armstrong of OMF

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Chris Armstrong, PhD was first introduced to Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) through research into metabolomics at the University of Melbourne, Australia. As he delved deeper into his work, he discovered its connection to ME/CFS patients, and empathized so much with their plight – and the lack of resources, funding, and research available to both patients and clinicians – that he made it his mission to continue research in this field in the hope of finding a cure. Since publishing his first ME/CFS metabolomics study in 2015, he has continued research into the disease, spurred on by patients whose stories have moved him. As the Open Medicine Foundation’s Science Liaison, Chris works on collaborative studies with their partner organizations and helps to translate scientific language for the public. He is also a Visiting Scholar at Stanford University. 

Tune in as Chris shares: 

- how he got involved in ME/CFS research 

- his main area of expertise: metabolomics 

- that ME/CFS outbreaks can be traced back as far as the mid-19th C, with symptoms  commonly related to significant concerns with fatigue, sleep, pain, brain fog, and a 50% loss of general function 

- a description of PEM – post-exertional malaise – which is the main component of ME/CFS 

- that there are up to 50 symptoms associated with ME/CFS, but the main five are: PEM, fatigue, unrefreshing sleep, cognitive impairment, and pain 

- that ME/CFS is highly comorbid with fibromyalgia and other invisible illnesses 

- that ME/CFS was originally described as a flu- or polio-like illness; and was first properly explained by the Ramsay definition and given the moniker of “Myalgic Encephalomyelitis” 

- that patients need to have ME/CFS for 6+ months in order to receive a diagnosis 

- one of the major schools of thought with regard to ME/CFS: that it stems from a dysfunction of stress response in the body; it’s possible, however, that bacteria and other pathogens may also play a role in onset 

- that 1 in 200-300 people has ME/CFS 

- that ME/CFS is NOT categorized as a rare disease; but it’s treated by the medical community as such – creating stigma through lack of research and understanding 

- that ME/CFS has been commonly misdiagnosed as a form of hysteria – both in the past and in the present 

- that very few clinicians dig in deep enough with their patients in order to give them an ME/CFS diagnosis – but that burden is not just on doctors, as diagnostics and treatment guidelines need to be standardized in order to support their work 

- that the Open Medicine Foundation was built to provide effective treatments for ME/CFS patients 

- that meeting patients has inspired him in his work, even from the very beginning 

- the desperate need for funding for continued research into ME/CFS 

- the politics of funding medical research 

- that ME/CFS is often considered to be more a psychological than a physiological illness 

- that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has been more receptive than some Aussie governing bodies when it comes to research into ME/CFS 

- the biggest bright spot in ME/CFS: the momentum of funding for research 

- OMF’s collaborative research initiatives with Harvard, Stanford, and others 

- that ME/CFS could be a collection of several diseases, and not one disease in and of itself 

- the importance of specifics in diagnostics 

- why medicine needs to be patient-centered 

- the importance of pacing in order to avoid a crash related to PEM 

- info on OMF’s current fundraising initiative, #TripleTuesday – and how to donate to ME/CFS research and have your donation tripled by partners! 

Oct 30 2019 · 1hr 4mins

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048: Meet Me In The Middle with Chris Armstrong

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Certified Relationship Coach, Certified Master Facilitator, Award-Winning Diversity Advocate and Owner of Maze of Love, Chris Armstrong joins Chelsea to talk about what’s really behind the plea for men to be a “real man.”The conversation doesn’t stop there. Cultivated over the course of his 10 year career as a relationship coach, his over 500 clients and his experience working on the Kavanaugh investigation, Chris has a talent for moving people who are angry, both within romantic relationships and work relationships, from screaming pitchforks to healthy discourse. In today’s episode, you’ll even hear him offer his two cents on how he would broach the subject with a partner who was no longer interested in having sex.He flips some of the most popular relationship advice on its head, exposing how toxic it really is. For instance, that relationships should be 50/50 and if you give too much, you’ll get hurt and if you give too little, they’ll leave. At the heart of it, is a compelling—if not, logical—case for why adjusting our behavior leads to neither showing who we really are or knowing who we truly are and why the best path to take is the one that leads both partners to the middle. If you’ve ever evaded the root issue, struggled with self-confidence, had trouble expressing your needs, or yearned for your partner to be more tuned in, this episode will show you not only why our ability to have crucial conversations is the answer but how to have these conversations in the first place. Plus, so much more.—Use CODE “thankyouex” for the month of December on all Chelsea’s coaching services: www.breakupward.com/shopReceive your chosen self-development book with one of Chelsea's signature love letters, when you write an iTunes review for Thank You Heartbreak. Just send a screenshot to Chelsea@breakupward.com or in a DM at www.instagram.com/thankyouheartbreak—To connect with Chris, visit:Maze of Love: www.mazeoflove.comDailyOm Course, 7 Weeks to Self-Love (already taken by over 15k people): https://dailyom.com/cgi-bin/courses/courseoverview.cgi?cid=742Facebook: www.facebook.com/mazeofloveVeritas Culture, which delivers lasting improvements in company culture by determining its root issues and offering root solutions: www.veritasculture.com—Work with Chelsea: www.breakupward.com/shopChelsea’s website: www.breakupward.comSign up for Chelsea’s newsletter: bit.ly/tyhbletterConnect and send in your questions and/or letters viawww.instagram.com/thankyouheartbreakOr by email: Chelsea@breakupward.com
Dec 22 2018 · 55mins
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Chris Armstrong on C.S. Lewis and medieval thought; Upstream on Monterey Pop at 50

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On today’s Radio Free Acton we have an interview from Acton University with Chris Armstrong, author of the new book "Medieval Wisdom for Modern Christians: Finding Authentic Faith in a Forgotten Age with C.S. Lewis." We look at the difference between modern and medieval Christians, and what makes a good story. Then it's another edition of Upstream with Forbes cultural correspondent Bruce Edward Walker on the 50th anniversary of the Monterey Pop Festival and the Rock and Roll culture of the time.

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Jul 19 2017 · 28mins

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Poly-Beings and other Heretical Musings on Identity and Consciousness with Chris Armstrong

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Chris T. Armstrong is a secular transhumanist and self-appointed publicist of all things H+/Singularity related. He has had articles published onimmortallife.infoIEET.org, BrighterBrains.org, and indiafuturesociety.org. He is currently writing his first book, At Any Cost: A Guide to The Transhumanist Wager and the Ideas of Zoltan Istvan. http://transhumanistwagerguide.com/
Back in the 20th century, Chris was a student and researcher in Artificial Intelligence (neural modeling), Lisp programming and a professional software geek. He is also a percussionist/composer, martial artist, powerlifter, proto Renaissance man, and budding bon vivant.
Chris has a BFA and MFA from California Institute of the Arts in World Music. He currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife and their two fully-transhuman dogs, Buddy and Beanie. He blogs at http://carmstrong1959blog.wordpress.com/.
His dark-ambient, atmospheric, sci-fi soundtrack sounding compositions can be found here:http://www.SpaceageFurnitureMusic.com
Dec 22 2015 · 1hr 21mins
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Ep. 51: Stem Cell Theranostics Featuring Dr. Chris Armstrong

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Guest Dr. Chris Armstrong, CEO of Stem Cell Theranostics, joins the hosts to discuss his company and how they are using iPSCs to model cardiovascular disease. Resources and Links Elusive Liver Stem Cell Identified in…

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Aug 18 2015 ·
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29 Remix Culture with Chris Armstrong

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Grant and Vince are joined all the way from Belfast, Ireland, by Chris Armstrong, seasoned designer and creator of the inspiration aggregation tool Niice. We talk about the lines between inspiration and iteration, and how creativity looks in today’s remix culture.


Patterns Excelsior Brewing Company Niice.co Pete Hawkins DesignSpiration A Technique for Producing Ideas - James Webb Young Piet Mondrian John Gruber Seat 21A by Grant Spanier Travelodge TypeCast Chris@Niice.co @armstrong YoMomma.so SimCity 2000

Sep 08 2014 · 1hr 11mins
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#25 Chris Armstrong MD Interview and Cutting Corners

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On today's show Rick and I interview local physician Chris Armstrong in the first installment of our "Everyman Series" where we talk to the joe out there trying the Simply Human Lifestyle. Our Humans Being Human segment is a story from good friend of the show, Jeremy Northcutt. He tells about a time he almost cheated his way to glory in an effort to impress a female. Then our Simply Human Tip of the Week is DON'T CUT CORNERS.
We talk to Dr. Armstrong about Neil Armstrong, the great butter bridge, wolf liver, too good to be true, enjoying broccoli, nutrition training in med school, going to the doctor, narrow palates, cauliflower mashed potatoes, natural grocers, staying sated, sustainability, unpredictable sleep patterns, epidurals, naps, and REM sleep. 
But first, Rick and I talk about ditching your family to go to Hawaii, oil pull diarrhea, and more.
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Mar 28 2014 · 58mins