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It's Video-Podast Friday! with Dr. Ed Howley and How Much Exercise is Enough?

Today is the sixth video and audio-only rebroadcast from the 2013 Huffines Discussion.  Up today in our series is the University of Tennessee's Dr. Ed Howley.  Dr. Howley's talk is titled: "How Much Exercise Is Enough?".  This is a great talk from a legend in the Exercise Physiology field.  LISTEN NOW!


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It's Podcast Friday! with Mark Bravo and Marathoning!

Spring is finally beginning (whew!) and many people start getting out and running again after the cold winter.  Some of them even start thinking about running marathons.  We've got a great podcast today with Mr. Mark Bravo is a tireless promoter of the marathon and it's benefits.  Enjoy!  LISTEN NOW!


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It's Video-Podcast Friday! with Huffines Discussion Scholar Dr. Jim Pivarnik from Michigan State!

Today we kick off the video and audio-only rebroadcasts of the Speakers from the 2013 Huffines Discussion.  First up in our series is Dr. Jim Pivarnik from Michigan State University.  Dr. Pivarnik's talk is titled: "Exercise and Pregnancy: Past, Present, and Future".


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It's Podcast Friday with New York City's Harkness Center Dr. Suzanne Semanson and Dance Injury rehab!
As we talk about human performance, we should remember that Dancers also have performance and sports medicine issues.  Today's special guest is Dr. Suzanne Semanson who is a Dance Medical Therapist from the Harkness Center for Dance Injuries at NYU Langone Medical Center.  We have a great conversation regarding injuries and rehabilitation of dance performers, especially on the Broadway theater scene.  This is a great peek behind the 'theater curtain' as to how these athletes perform and rehabilitate when they are injured.


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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 Dr. Akilah Carter-Francique and Diversity Management in Sport!
One of the continuing underlying topics in sports is the inclusion of a wide variety of individuals in sports, sports administration, and recreation.  Dr. Akilah Carter-Francique, one of the national experts on Diversity Management in Sports, joins us in the podcast today.  This is a great conversation and is probably a bit different than you might think.  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. Susan Wagner and how PE helps kids be smarter!
Dr. Susan Wagner - an expert in School Physical Education - joins us in the podcast today.  We talk extensively about the need for activity for kids, why school systems are abolishing PE and recess, and how these actions could be jeopardizing not only the kids' health but also their academic progress.  (Yes, students actually do better on tests when they're active.  Easiest way for schools to boost performance on academic tests - make sure that recess and PE are in the curriculum.  Are any School Principals listening?)


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It's Podcast Friday with Jennifer Simmons and Cardiac Rehab
Ms. Jennifer Simmons, Lead Exercise Physiologists of Iredell Health Care System, joins us today to talk Cardiac Rehab!  You may think, "hey, I don't need cardiac rehab" - and hopefully you don't!  But it is estimated that only 20% of the people that could benefit from cardiac rehab actually try rehab.  So listen up and encourage those you know with heart 'issues' to make sure they get qualified, appropriate care.


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Podcast Friday is BACK!  With Award-winning journalist David Epstein and The Sports Gene!
We are starting our new season with a special interview with David Epstein, Senior Writer for Sports Illustrated.  Today is a special day because Mr. Epstein's new book - The Sports Gene - was released yesterday on August 1.  In the book, Mr. Epstein considers the 10,000 Practice Rule (and why it is false), as well as the actual role of genetics in determining what type of athlete you'll be.   This book - as well as our podcast - takes you not only into the lab, but also to East Africa, to Jamaica, and to the Arctic Circle in pursuit of the answer to how much influence nature vs. nurture has in determining each of our athletic prowess (and you'll see how reindeer are involved in this answer!). If you're a long-time listener, you know that our interviews with Mr. Epstein are always fun and stimulating conversations.


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