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Dr. Claude Bouchard, the award-winning HD5 Video Podcast Series Continues!

post image Today is the eighth rebroadcast from the 2015 Huffines Discussion.   Up today in our series is Dr. Claude Bouchard, from the Pennington Biomedical Research Center.  Dr. Bouchard’s talk is called "Less Sitting or More Exercise or More Fitness" and discusses discusses the various benefits and drawbacks of approaching health in different ways.
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Dr. Mindy Millard-Stafford, Georgia Institute of Technology, The award-winning HD5 Video Podcast series continues!

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Today is the seventh rebroadcast from the 2015 Huffines Discussion.   Up today in our series is Dr. Mindy Millard-Stafford, from the Georgia Institute of Technology.  Dr. Millard-Stafford's talk is called "(When) Will Women Outperform Men In Sport: Socio-biological Perspectives" and discusses the debate on whether or not women will overcome physiological barriers to performance.

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Mr. Kevin Spencer, World-Renowned Illusionist and Researcher, The award-winning HD5 Video Podcast series continues!

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 Today is the sixth rebroadcast from the 2015 Huffines Discussion.   Up today in our series is Mr. Kevin Spencer, Internationally acclaimed Illusionist and Researcher.  Mr. Spencer's talk is called "Powerful Medicine: Simply Magic!" and is a great talk about new approaches to physical rehabilitation using simple tools that seem to be magic.

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Dr. Anthony Hackney, Professor from Univ. of North Carolina - Chapel Hill!, The award-winning HD5 Video Podcast series continues!

post image Today is the fifth rebroadcast from the 2015 Huffines Discussion.   Up today in our series is Dr. Anthony Hackney, Professor at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill in Exercise & Sport Science and the Department of Nutrition.  Dr. Hackney's talk is called "Exercise: Too Much of a Good Thing?" and is an examination of how excessive exercise affects the reproduction systems of humans.
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