Habits and Hustle
Habits and Hustle
Jun 18, 2019
Episode 16: Dr. Chris Donaghue – Sex Positivity, Being an Advocate, and Being Real
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Dr. Chris Donaghue is a licensed sex therapist, one of only 500 in the world. He joins us to discuss Sex Positivity! Dr. Donaghue identifies with gender fluidity and considers himself sexually fluid. Doesn’t pigeonhole his attraction to specific genders.  Has dated men, women, transgender, and was even in a “throuple” (relationship involving three people). He gives us his take on dating apps like Hinge, Bumble, and Tinder.

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Speedo's Head Designer Explains New Hyper Elite Goggles Range
In the SwimSwam podcast, we talk with Speedo's head designer, Chris Johnson, and Speedo Athlete, Tom Dean, about the launch of Speedo's new range of goggles, Hyper Elite. Speedo, the world’s leading swimwear brand, has launched its new range of racing goggles, the Hyper Elite. Designed to help athletes of all abilities level up their swim, the Hyper Elite features the latest hydrodynamic and performance-enhancing technologies to give swimmers a competitive edge in every race. The Hyper Elite is the latest evolution of the brand’s revolutionary Fastskin Elite goggle, resulting in enhanced performance and comfort whilst maintaining all the hallmarks of the goggle that changed the game when launched in 2011. Developed in collaboration with the world’s top athletes, the Hyper Elite features a new hydroscopic lens shape to allow for maximum peripheral vision in the water, meaning swimmers can keep a close eye on their rivals with minimal head movement. The goggles also come with a new enhanced hydrodynamic nose bridge that offers improved speed, comfort and durability. Additionally, HyperElite also features Speedo’s patented IQfit™ one-piece racing strap, giving the swimmer a personalised and leak-resistant fit – providing them with confidence in the pool, at the turn and off the blocks. Speedo’s HyperElite is available in six new colourways with varying degrees of visual brightness due to the goggles’ new dual shot construction. Swimmers now have more options than ever to choose the perfect goggle to suit their style. As part of the development process, Speedo prioritised working with swimmers of all levels to create goggles that work for everyone who wants to race. Some of the world’s top athletes were consulted as part of the design and testing process, whilst club swimmers from across the world, including USA, UK and Australia, were also invited to test the goggles, resulting in a high-performance goggle for all abilities. Hyper Elite available here March 3rd Available in the United States this summer. SWIMSWAM PODCAST LINKS * Click here to listen and subscribe on Spotify * Click here to listen and subscribe on Apple Podcasts * Click here to listen and subscribe on Podbean * Click here to listen and subscribe on Google * Click here to listen and subscribe on YouTube * Click here to listen and subscribe on Listen Notes * Click here to listen and subscribe on Stitcher * Click here to listen and subscribe on iHeartRadio * Click here to listen and subscribe on Amazon * Click here to listen and subscribe on Pandora Music: Otis McDonald www.otismacmusic.com
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Inside with Brett Hawke
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Brett Hawke
#139 Dr. Gary Hall Sr.
Dr. Gary Hall Sr. won 3 Olympic medals (2 Silvers, 1 Bronze) in 3 different individual events (400 IM, 200 Fly, 100 Fly) at 3 consecutive Olympics (1968, 1972, 1976). A retired ophthalmologist, Dr. Hall founded The Race Club with his son, Gary Hall Jr.. They've been teaching people to swim faster with camps, content, and more since 2003. "I love teaching I've always loved teaching and I want to I want to take this further but I want to try to do it in a way that that I'd like to do it which is more science based and really kind of bring the science into the sport and that's what we've tried to do." - Gary Hall Sr.   00:00 Sponsors   01:13 Intro Episode 139 Dr. Gary Hall Sr.  03:13 History of the Race Club   07:30 Gary Hall Jr.  11:00 JUST HAVE FUN  11:30 Garden Grove, Sammy Lee  13:40 Jon Urbanchek  15:00 Flip Darr, 400 IM  16:40 Holding Bob Webster's gold medal  18:00 Mexico City  21:30 Indiana University & Doc Counsilman  24:45 Marge Counsilman  26:20 Mark Spitz  31:55 200 Fly World Record  34:10 Mark Spitz 100 Fly Get Out Swim  36:30 Gary Jr. Pan-Pacs 1995  38:05 400 IM to 200 Fly to 100 Fly  40:45 1976 USA Men's Olympic Swimming Team  41:05 Why the science of swimming?  42:40 Technology in Swimming  49:00 Work with The Race Club   This episode is sponsored by DESTRO SWIM TOWERS. Save $150 when you use code "brett" at checkout!  Subscribe, Review, Share! Apple Google Spotify YouTube Connect | Brett Hawke On Instagram @hawkebr On Twitter @insidewithbh On Facebook @insidewithbh Connect | Dr. Gary Hall Sr. theraceclub.com Produced by: SWIMNERD Sponsored by: Destro Swim Towers: use code "brett" at checkout to save $150 per double tower! Supported by: Fitter & Faster --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brett-hawke/message
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High Performance Mindset | Learn from World-Class Leaders, Consultants, Athletes & Coaches about Mindset
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