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33 - Dr. Steve Martin - Cardiac Rehab and its Role

33 - Dr. Steve Martin - Cardiac Rehab and its Role

Cardiac Rehab - two words that are many times misunderstood.  Today, we have Dr. Steve Martin - yes, that Dr. Steve Martin! - here to talk to us about cardiac rehab and how a rehab program not only decreases future health problems, but also decreases health care costs.  Join us for this conversation about one of the critical therapeutic benefits of exercise.
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32 - Brig. General Joe Ramirez - Sports Medicine and the Military

32 - Brig. General Joe Ramirez - Sports Medicine and the Military

In honor of Memorial Day weekend, we are privileged to chat with Brigidier General Joe Ramirez, highly decorated soldier and the Commandant of the Corp of Cadets here at Texas A&M.  General Ramirez is not only a highly decorated soldier, but has a degree in Physical Education and understands on many levels the importance of physical fitness not only in the military, but also in society.  Join us for a great conversation about the role and importance of fitness and human performance in the milita...
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29 - Dr. Molly Bray - Eating Fat and Carbs to Stay Healthy

29 - Dr. Molly Bray - Eating Fat and Carbs to Stay Healthy

  • Nutrition
  • 5/5/2011 6:24:00 AM
  • View Count 5053
Join us as we chat with Dr. Molly Bray from the University of Alabama Birmingham as we talk about her work on nutrition timing.  Dr. Bray's lab group has done some intriguing work looking at when and what you eat and how that affects obesity.  For example, is it better to eat fat or carbs for breakfast?  Listen and find out.
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28 - Mr. Frank Thomas - Activity and Archery for All!

28 - Mr. Frank Thomas - Activity and Archery for All!

Join us today as we chat with Frank Thomas, former US National Archery team coach and Division Chair of the Physical Education and Activity Program (PEAP) at A&M.  We talk about the need for activity courses in college and how they encourage lifetime activity and learning.  And of course we chat about his experiences as the US National Archery coach, especially his experiences at the 2004 Olympics!
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25 - Dr. John Thornton - The business of college athletics and being a student athlete

25 - Dr. John Thornton - The business of college athletics and being a student athlete

Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a college athlete?  How do college student athletes handle the balance between education and the pressure to perform and how do Universities help them handle that balance?  Dr. John Thornton, Associate Athletic Director at Texas A&M joins us today to chat about the student athlete works to maintain the balance between academics and sports.  If you have wondered about being a student athlete or know a young adult who wants to be a college athlete this ...
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24 - Dr. Mike Massett - Exercise Genetics and the future

24 - Dr. Mike Massett - Exercise Genetics and the future

Today we talk exercise genetics....don't run off! It's a great show and really one of the exciting futures in sports medicine.  Dr. Mike Massett joins us - it's fun!  Actually, understanding how and why we are fit is an important question to figure out because of all of the data showing how important it is for our health to be active.  So join us for the conversation!
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