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It's Podcast Friday with Jon Feinman and reducing violence with weightlifting
Join us for an inspirational podcast with Mr. Jon Fienman, the founder and Director of InnerCity Weightlifting in Boston, Mass.  Using exercise and sports to promote positive social values is not new - but the courage and vision to directly take on violence and work to reduce violence through weightlifting is incredibly unusual.  Mr. Fienman takes us on a journey from his life as a soccer player to an inner city activist who is working to reduce gang violence through sports and exercise.   LISTEN NOW!


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It's Podcast Friday with UMd's Dr. Jim Hagberg with stem cells and McArdle's Syndrome!
We are pleased to have on of the giants in the field of Exercise Physiology, Dr. Jim Hagberg join us in the podcast today.  Dr. Hagberg has a long list of honors and awards and while we'll talk about some of his paradigm-shifting work with lactate, we'll also talk about his new work with exercise and stem cells (this work will also probably paradigm-shifting as well!).  Dr. Hagberg is a great scientist and one of the truly good human beings in science.  So listen in on the conversation.


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It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Melinda Sheffield-Moore and muscle-wasting in cancer
Today, we are pleased to joined by Dr. Melinda Sheffield-Moore from the University of Texas Medical Branch.  Dr. Sheffield-Moore is a renowned scientist in muscle development especially in the area of muscle wasting that occurs with cancer and aging.  Much of her work has been involved with testosterone supplementation and how that helps develop muscle, especially in chronic diseases.


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It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Jim Fluckey and building muscle!
As we lead up to our 100th podcast episode in a few weeks, we though it would be fun to bring back our first podcast guest, Dr. Jim Fluckey.  Dr. Fluckey is a well-established research in the area of building muscle (and protein synthesis) and is always a fun person to talk to.


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It's Podcast Friday with UAB's Dr. Marcas Bamman and Healthy Muscle at all ages!
Today we are pleased to have Dr. Marcas Bamman from the University of Alabama Birmingham with us in the podcast today.  Dr. Bamman is a well-known scientist in the area of protecting muscle function and we have a great, practical conversation about why protecting muscle function is important for everyone and the best ways to do that.


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Cross country, gene doping, and competition
Podcast rated "R" for language....Join us as we are immersed in a provocative story about cross country running, gene doping, and competition.


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Dr. Ed Howley - The Evolution of Sports Medicine and Human Performance

Dr. Ed Howley, Professor Emeritus at The University of Tennessee is in the podcast today to talk about how Sports Medicine and Exercise Science has grown, matured, and changed over the past 40+ years.


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Dr. Noah Dean - Quackery and Sports Medicine!

Today we are pleased to have Dr. Noah Dean from Texas Lutheran University join us in the podcast today.  Noah has made a mission of exposing and educating the public about quacks and fraudulent health products that are on the market.  This is a fun conversation and greatly needed in today's consumer society. We also talk about Noah's experience as a stuntman on Friday Night Lights.


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Dr. Dan Lieberman, Harvard Univ, on barefoot running!

 Join us today for a great podcast with Dr. Dan Lieberman from Harvard University, one of the preeminent scientists in the world on the evolution of running in humans.  We talk about why barefoot running may be biomechanically the best way to run.  It is a fun conversation!


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Mythbusting: Exercise-style!

Recently CNN.com published a list of the top ten exercise myths.  But are those myths really myths?  We asked four bright, rising stars in Exercise Science - Brad Lambert, Emily Schmitt, David Ferguson, and Justin Dobson - for their take on the 'myths'.  It's a fun group, a fun conversation, and the first time we've had four guests on the podcast at the same time!


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