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I do spend a lot of time in my training, but when I am not training myself or others I enjoy joy riding on my motorcycle going through the countryside. I really like going to amusement parks even though I do not make much effort to go a lot, but I am always up for the adventure. The one thing that I can do all the time, although I definitely shouldn’t do all the time, is to eat good food. I am addicted to bakeries; all the donuts and cakes are my biggest weakness, along with milkshakes. You can learn more about me from my facebook page (josh sturgill). Other forms of social media to come soon. God bless all.
However, here we look at the merits of the diet and at how those who do not need the surgery can adapt it to their possible weight loss strategy. But either way consult your doctor.
1. Never skip a meal
Hosted by Jesse Lawler, Smart Drug Smarts brings you actionable insights from world-leading experts in neuroscience and psychopharmacology — for the enhancement and protection of your greatest asset: your own brain. Tune in weekly to learn about nootropics, nutrition and all things brain-related. Download Axon, our mobile app for the nootropics community to access podcasts on the go. You can also listen to the podcast on iTunes, or Stitcher.
Jesse Lawler is a technologist, entrepreneur, health nut, world traveler, and personal optimization fiend. He is founder of Los Angeles-based mobile app company Evil Genius Technologies. He also hosts a popular podcast on nootropics:Smart Drug Smarts, and has recently released Axon, a mobile app for the nootropics community.
In his free time, he enjoys photography and travel, and has done unsupported bicycle rides of over 6000 miles throughout North America, Asia, and New Zealand.
He tweets at @Lawlerpalooza
2014-15: Played in 18 games in his first season as a Wasp … Tallied 50 points on the year, including a career-high 11 points at Ferrum (Dec. 3) … Pulled down 47 rebounds … Had two assists, two rebounds, and one block
High School: Played at Salem High School for Head Coach Kevin Gatst … Team won the state championship in the 2013 season … Was an honorable mention all-district selection and averagted 9.5 points, 10 rebounds and three assists as a senior.
Getting to know Shawn McDaniel
Favorite place to eat locally: “Macado’s”
Best basketball memory: “State championship”
Favorite book: “Harry Potter”
Favorite musician: “Eminem”
Best player you’ve ever played against: “Isaac Belton”
Person you would most like to meet: “Mark Wahlberg”
McDaniel’s Career Highs
Points: 11 – at Ferrum (Dec. 3, 2014)
Rebounds: 8 – at Washington and Lee (Jan. 7, 2015)
Shawn’s Collage Basketball Stats
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Monday, Session 2 Episode 15. On this episode of the Union of Muscle’s Podcast I will take a moment of a one-on-one with you. I will talk about personal identity and how that leads my desire to Inspire. I will talk about the difference between Inspiration and manipulation. I will give a few Fit Tips and I will address those who are identified as Millennials.
It’s Monday. The humanity is waking up, individuals are activating. And you’re listening to the Union of Muscle Podcast. Lift Strong and Prosper!
As babies research seems to indicate that we have not always self-identified. We did not always realize we are not all we see and hear. We did not always realize we weren’t a part of our parents. Further proof of this is our desire to assert our independence in our youth.
And maybe a part of me has not grown up or maybe I have just grown out. This is what makes it so hard for me not to help other improve on their fitness. Because I still feel as though the world is a part of me that humanity is an extension of myself. Not like I feel like a car is an extension but like my stomach.
My stomach sends signals to me about discomfort, pleasure, and I can affect the signals it sends back. And while my stomach is a part of me it is a bustling metropolis of microorganisms, enzymes and more. And while I do not have direct control over all that happens in my stomach I can affect and influence reactions.
You are like my stomach. You can send me signals and I can respond to that. It can affect me when you are upset but I do not always have to listen and I have control over what I do with you and to you but you also have the ability to react as you like. Although it seems like we have come so some agreement on what you like and what you do not like.
I would not do well without a stomach. And like wise I would not do well without a connection to humanity. But we all have the ability to choose how we connect.
This is why I feel that if you and humanity are doing well then it will help me do well. It is not directly determinative either way, but there still are correlations and sometimes causations.
Humanity is a part of me like my stomach is a part of me.Inspiration
I was born in Ft Hood Tx and raised all over the world. I currently live in Peachtree City, Ga with my husband, Chris Tjarks, 3 time Ga Strongman, Master, and my beautiful daughter who is attending acting school.
2011 Vulcan Classic Novice short class 2nd, Masters short 1st , Open Short class 1st
2011 Steel World Masters Short 2nd, Open Short class 2nd
2011 Southeastern Classic Masters short class 1st, Masters Overall, Open Short class 2nd
2012 Battle at the River Chattanooga Short Class 4th
2013 WBFF Worlds Pro/Am Las Vegas Open Short 2nd, Masters 3rd
2014 WBFF ORLANDO Open class 2nd and received PRO CARD
2014 WBFF WORLDS Las Vegas PRO SHOW no place
Somewhere in there I almost died from severe-acute pancreatitis but I was not about to let that take me out. I’ll explain more in the interview.
I thought I was ready to retire after Worlds last August but I woke up one day not too long ago and the urge was burning deep to push myself harder because someone told me I didn’t have it anymore. Never tell me I can’t do something, that fuels me to fight harder than ever. So I am currently in contest prep.
In 2010 doctors found a mass on my thyroid. since then i have underwent radiation 3 times in 4 years. At the end of last radiation in 2014 I ran a full marathon. I also joined Elite Figure and Fitness to train for a figure competition.
I placed 2nd in the Novice Category in Clash of the Capstone. My biggest challenge is learning to eat healthy. I grew up in Eight Mile, Alabama. A small country town where everyone would gather to eat. Plus we fried everything! With the help of my Coach, Greg Hassberry, I’ve learned to make the right choices without sacrificing taste.
I also work in TV which means traveling and long hours. But I’ve learned to be prepared with my meals and schedule workouts around those events. My latest NPC show was the Vulcan Classic where I placed 3rd in Ms. Birmingham, 3rd in Masters over 35 and 5th in Open Figure.