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It's Podcast Friday! with Dan Giuliani and Online Strength Training Programming

Technology is making sports medicine more effective every day.  Joining us today in the podcast is Mr. Dan Giuliani the CEO of Volt Athletics.  The purpose of Volt Athletics is provide expert, online consultation for Strength Coaches and Athletes who may not have access to the best coaching and newest ideas in resistance training.  This is an interesting application that will help to bring the best knowledge and coaching to athletes across the country.


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It's Podcast Friday! with Sports Performance Coach Dr. Brandon Marcello
Joining us today in the podcast is Dr. Brandon Marcello who is an independent performance consultant who most recently was the Director of Sports Performance at Stanford University.  This is an interesting conversation that shows the changing nature of coaching to include nutrition, supplements, and conditioning.  LISTEN NOW!


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It's Podcast Friday! with CSU-LB's Dr. Karen Clippinger and the anatomy of dance!

Today in the podcast we've got a great conversation with Dr. Karen Clippinger from Cal State Long Beach.  Our topic today is the use of anatomy and biomechanics to help dancers perform better (and recover from injuries). Dr. Clippinger is brought to us by the TAMU program in Dance Science!  LISTEN NOW!



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It's Podcast Friday! with Texas A&M Head Athletic Trainer Phil Hedrick!

Sports medicine, when applied at the level of a University, is a complicated and multi-faceted enterprise.  We are pleased to have Mr. Phil Hedrick, Head Athletic Trainer for Athletics at Texas A&M University in the podcast today to talk about the complexity of providing sports medicine care for 600 athletes.  We also talk about some of the changing paradigms in sports medicine, especially in how it relates to health insurance.  Enjoy!



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It's Podcast Friday! with David Weir, Texas A&M Football's Head Athletic Trainer!

Football season is in full swing and as does happen with any sport, injuries occur.  Today we are pleased to have Mr. David Weir (ATC, LAT) with us in the podcast to talk about football injuries and treatment.  We talk extensively about the world of Athletic Training, and especially how the emphasis on concussion monitoring is altering how football is practiced. This is certainly a timely topic and we think you'll enjoy!


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It's Podcast Friday! with Texas A&M Assoc. AD for Football Justin Moore!

Much of the sports media is focusing on next week's NFL draft - who will be drafted when and why. To salute the upcoming draft (and the three potential first-round picks from A&M), we have in the podcast Mr. Justin Moore who is the Associate Athletic Director for Football here at A&M.  In the podcast, we talk about football, but from a different angle than most people expect.  We think you'll enjoy hearing about how a big-time college football program is run... Enjoy!  LISTEN NOW!


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Joining us today in the podcast are Major Nick Barringer (RD/LD) and Captain Will Kobbe, both of the United States Army.  Both Nick and Will are at Texas A&M finishing up advanced degrees in Kinesiology as a part of their service commitments.  We talk with Nick and Will about fitness and physical training in the military and how society's health problems are actually health problems for the Army as well (and how the military is attacking these health problems).  This is a great conversation about training of soldiers that introduces a new term into our lexicon ("tactical athletes").


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It's Podcast Friday (on Thursday) with Dr. John Chong from the Musician's Clinic of Canada
Today's guest in the podcast is Dr. John Chong of the Musician's Clinic of Canada.  Dr. Chong is another of our joint collaborations with the Athlete and the Arts initiative which is designed to apply sports medicine practices and knowledge into the Performing Arts (and vice-versa!).  Dr. Chong is the President of the Performing Arts Medical Association and a clinician who was a child-prodigy on the piano.  So, he speaks first-hand of the injuries, overtraining, and and medical needs of a performer.  Check out some of Dr. Chong's videos below to get a taste of his piano chops!  LISTEN NOW!


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It's Podcast Friday with Karl Kapchinski and Athletic Injuries!
Karl Kapchinski, Head Athletic Trainer for Texas A&M, returns from the front-lines of treating athletes with a great conversation about current issues regarding injuries - like concussions - and the best way to treat them.  This is a great inside view into the world of athletic training and some of the 'behind-the-scenes' that help teams remain competitive and on the field.


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It's Podcast Friday with the Washington Nationals Asst. GM Bryan Minniti!
We are pleased to have Bryan Minniti, the Asst. GM of the 2012 MLB National League East Champions Washington Nationals on the podcast today.  We cover quite a few topics, including the somewhat controversial decision by the Nationals to shut-down their star pitcher before the season was completed.


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