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It's Video Podcast Friday! with Huffines Scholar Roberta Anding!

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The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all. Today's talk is from the Director of Sports Nutrition at Texas Children's Hospital, Ms. Roberta Anding, whose talk is titled "Sports Nutrition: Peewees to Pros".


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It's Video Podcast Friday! with Huffines Scholar Charlie Kimball!

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The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all.  Today's talk is from Izod IndyCar Series driver, Mr. Charlie Kimball, whose talk is titled "Diabetes in the FAST lane!". 


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It's Video Podcast Friday! with Huffines Scholar Dr. Ed Howley!

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The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all.  Today's talk is from University of Tennessee's Dr. Ed Howley, whose talk is titled "How Much Exercise Is Enough?".  Click here for Dr. Howley's bio.


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It's Video Podcast Friday! with Huffines Scholar Dr. Robert Sallis!

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The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all. Today's talk is from Kasier-Permanente's and the developer of the international Exercise is Medicine initiative, whose talk is titled "Exercise and Health: How to Prescribe Exercise in Clinical Practice".

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It's Video Podcast Friday! with Huffines Scholar Adam Sargent

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The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all.  Today's talk is from Notre Dame's Adam Sargent, whose talk is titled "Wonderfully Flawed".


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It's Video Podcast Friday! with Hall of Fame Coach Mark Johnson

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The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all.  Today's talk is from Hall of Fame Coach Mark Johnson, whose talk is titled "Athletics as the Front Porch of the University: Why Athletics is Important to a University's Mission".  


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Huffines Discussion 2013: Dr. Jim Pivarnik, Exercise and Pregnancy

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The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all. Today's talk is from Dr. Jim Pivarnik, whose talk is titled "Exercise and Pregnancy: Past, Present, and Future".


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It's the 100th Podcast Friday! All things 100 today - the web rebroadcast of the live 100th podcast!

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You've been waiting for it and here it is:  the 100th Podcast from the Huffines Institute for Sports Medicine and Human Performance!  We do all things 100 today:  We talk to Mr. Mike Dillingham - Aggie Class '35 who is 100;  We welcome back to the podcast one of the world's elite ultramarathoners Dr. Mike Sandlin who runs (and wins) 100-mile foot-races for fun; And for our 100th guest, we're pleased to welcome College Football Hall of Fame Coach (and winningest Aggie Football Coach of all time) RC Slocum.

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Huffines Discussion 2012: Dr. Noah Dean

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The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all.  Today's talk is from Dr. Noah Dean, whose talk is titled "Avoiding Gimmicks in Health & Fitness: Refusing to Return to the Dark Ages".   Click here for Dr. Dean's bio.

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Huffines Discussion 2012: Univ. Utah's Dr. Dennis Bramble

post image The Huffines Discussion is where great speakers and leaders in Sports Medicine talk about the future in a manner understandable to all. Today's talk is from Dr. Dennis Bramble, whose talk is titled "Can Grandma Run? An Evolutionary Perspective on Human Exercise, Aging and Endurance Performance".   Click here for Dr. Bramble's bio.
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