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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Guillermo Martinez. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Guillermo Martinez, often where they are interviewed.

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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Guillermo Martinez. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Guillermo Martinez, often where they are interviewed.

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Strength Training For Volleyball Players with Guillermo Martinez

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In this episode, we talk about strength training for volleyball players. You'll learn the appropriate exercises to not only help your hitting but blocking and passing as well. Guillermo is a strength training coach who specializes in volleyball players. He works with our varsity team as well. 

If you'd like to connect with Guillermo, you can find him on Instagram @Guillermo.fitness 

He can work with you no matter where you live around the world. 

Sep 14 2020 · 33mins
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77: Guillermo Martinez - Infierno Grande

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Marcelo Arce nos relata un cuento de Guillermo Martinez titulado Infierno Grande
Aug 31 2020 · 13mins
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Guillermo Martinez - Los crímenes de Alicia

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Charlamos con Guillermo Martinez sobre Los Crímenes de Alicia, una novela que salió hace muy poquito y que retoma los personajes de Crimenes Imperceptibles, el libro que inspiro la peli de Los Crimenes de Oxford.

Oxford, 1994. La Hermandad Lewis Carroll decide publicar los diarios privados del autor de Alicia en el país de las maravillas. Kristen Hill, una joven becaria, viaja para reunir los cuadernos originales y descubre la clave de una página que fue misteriosamente arrancada. Pero Kristen no logra llegar con su descubrimiento a la reunión de la Hermandad. Una serie de crímenes se desencadena con el propósito aparente de impedir, una y otra vez, que el secreto de esa página salga a la luz.
¿Quién quiere matar al mensajero? ¿Cuál es el verdadero patrón que se esconde tras esta sucesión de crímenes? ¿Quién y por qué está utilizando el libro de Alicia para matar?
Para desentrañar lo que ocurre, el célebre profesor de Lógica Arthur Seldom, también miembro de la Hermandad Lewis Carroll, y un joven estudiante de Matemáticas unen fuerzas para llegar al fondo de la intriga, y serán peligrosamente arrastrados por unos crímenes impredecibles, en una investigación que combina la intriga con lo libresco.
Con una prosa tersa y precisa, Guillermo Martínez, autor de Los crímenes de Oxford, ha escrito una novela fascinante que en la tradición de Borges y Umberto Eco lleva el relato policial al terreno literario.

Aug 18 2020 · 15mins
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Episode 7: Writer, Animator and Head of Story on Sony Pictures Animation’s Feature ‘Connected,’ Guillermo Martinez

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Writer, animator and Head of Story on Sony Pictures Animation's upcoming feature film Connected, Guillermo Martinez shares his story of leaving everything he knew behind, so that he could make all of his dreams come true.
Jul 16 2020 · 35mins
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Guillermo Martinez: Die Oxford Morde | Felix Weber: Staub zu Staub | Karsten Dusse: Das Kind in mir will achtsam morden

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Krimi mit Mimi - Miriam Semrau und Nicole Abraham stellen neue Kriminalromane vor:
Guillermo Martinez: Die Oxford Morde, Aus dem Argentinischen von Angelica Ammar, Eichborn Verlag, 221 Seiten, 14 Euro |
Felix Weber: Staub zu Staub, Aus dem Niederländischen von Simone Schroth, Penguin Verlag, 416 Seiten, 15 Euro |
Karsten Dusse: Das Kind in mir will achtsam morden, Heyne Verlag, 480 Seiten, 10,99 Euro
Jun 02 2020 ·
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JT and The Don Episode 15 – Interview with Toronto Blue Jays hitting coach Guillermo Martinez

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This may be the biggest and best episode in the history of JT and The Don!  The fellas have the unique opportunity to interview Toronto Blue Jays hitting coach Guillermo Martinez.  Listen as he discusses defensive shifts in baseball, the home run derby, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., life in the minor leagues, and much more!  Guillermo Martinez is one of the youngest hitting coaches in MLB history and he tells his story of how he made it.  In addition, JT and The Don debate Golden Tate's comments about Matt Stafford and Russell Wilson, the Melvin Gordon holdout, Jadeveon Clowney's franchise tag, and Serena Williams at Wimbledon.  You do not want to miss this episode!
Jul 28 2019 · 1hr 7mins
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Guillermo Martinez, acclaimed Argentinian novelist and short story writer, on Mathematics, Borges and Writing

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Series: Biblio File in Buenos Aires

Guillermo Martínez is an Argentine novelist, detective fiction and short story writer. He earned a PhD in mathematical logic from the University of Buenos Aires, after which he worked for two years in a postdoctoral position at the Mathematical Institute, in Oxford. His most successful novel is Crímenes Imperceptibles known as The Oxford Murders, written in 2003. He was awarded the Planeta Prize for this novel, which was adapted into a film in 2008, directed by Alex de la Iglesia, and starring John Hurt and Elijah Wood.

We met in his apartment in Buenos Aires to discuss how mathematics and Borges have informed his novel and detective fiction writing.

Jul 01 2019 · 48mins
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Guillermo Martinez - Bumgarner vs Muncy, the coaching journey, Blue Jays experiments

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Toronto Blue Jays hitting coach Guillermo Martinez is in his first season in the major leagues, and is learning along with the team's young hitters how to have success at the highest level. Plus, sorting through the Madison Bumgarner vs Max Muncy war of words, and looking for answers in the positional experiments the Blue Jays are launching all over the field.

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Jun 11 2019 · 43mins
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LARGAVISTAS GUILLERMO MARTINEZ

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LARGAVISTAS GUILLERMO MARTINEZ by Luciano Olivera
Oct 02 2018 · 1hr 1min
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Guillermo Martinez

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Guillermo Martínez es uno de los escritores argentinos más importantes. Recbió numerosos premios en su carrera y sus libros fueron traducidos a más de treinta y cinco idiomas. Escribió, entre otras, Acerca de Roderer, Crímenes Imperceptibles (llevada al cine como Los Crímenes de Oxford), La muerte lenta de Luciana B. (llevada al cine como Siete muertes, ilbros de ensayos y cuentos.
Oct 15 2016 · 27mins