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It's Podcast Friday with Capt. Julianne Gillespie and Exercise / Aerospace Physiology!
Our podcast guest today, Air Force Captain Julianne Gillespie, is an Aerospace Physiologist with a fighter group and is also a Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist with a Masters degree!  We have a great conversation with Capt. Gillespie about the demands of flying high-performance jets and how exercise physiology can help optimize pilot performance.


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Ms. Adaora Elonu - Academics, Basketball, and Competition
We are pleased to have Ms. Adaora Elonu, MVP of the Texas A&M 2012 Women's Basketball Team join us to talk about academics, basketball, being a student-athlete, and competition.


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Dr. John Buchanan - Motor Control, swaying, and training

 Dr. John Buchanan joins us in the studio today and chats about his work with basic perceptual processes.  Dr. Buchanan works to understand how we balance and move through space and how our brains perceive and track that movement.  This is a great talk on an emerging area of research that may have significant impact for many patient populations.


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Dr. Lee Brown - Strength training with isokinetics and vibration!

In today's podcast, we talk to Dr. Lee Brown from the Univ. of California Fullerton about isokinetic resistance training.  We also cover whole body vibration and the role the National Strength and Conditioning Association plays in guaranteeing that your personal trainer knows what they are doing.


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05
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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Dr. Steve Roth - Can you use genetics to select for Sport?

If you knew exactly what sport you were best suited for, would you be interested?  Several companies claim that they can tell you what sport you would be best at.  Join us today for the podcast as we talk to Dr. Steve Roth from the University of Maryland who is an expert on using genetics to select for sport.   We have a great conversation that is extremely relevant to sports science and if you are a parent with a child interested in sport, you'll want to hear this podcast.


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Brig. General Joe Ramirez - Sports Medicine and the Military

 Is the Military interested in human performance?  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.....


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Allen Kinley - Olympic Lifting in your workout!

It's Spring Break and we talk to the Director of A&M Strength and Conditioning for Olympic and Team sports Allen Kinley about resistance training.


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BIG Announcement!  The Line-up for the Huffines Discussion!

 This is a special (short) podcast to officially announce the line-up for the first Huffines Discussion.  Join us on April 1 from 1-4 pm at Rudder Auditorium as these national leaders and thinkers in sports medicine talk about the big topics.  Hit our Discussion page for more details, maps, etc!

Given the conversational nature of these topics, all can attend - and there is no admission charge.  Doors open at 12:30....See you there!


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18
Mike Fisher - NASCAR R&D Center - Motorsports Safety

Today, we talk to Mike Fisher, Managing Director, NASCAR Research and Development Center who is tasked with helping to make the sport safer for the drivers, crews, and spectators.

 

With the thrill of stock car racing comes the danger inherent in driving in a tight pack at 180 mph. We'll talk about the tremendous strides made in racing safety over the last 10 years and the future safety issues in NASCAR. 


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