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112 - It's Podcast Friday and our 10th Anniversary! With Founder Dr. Jack Wilmore!

112 - It's Podcast Friday and our 10th Anniversary! With Founder Dr. Jack Wilmore!

Today is our 10th Anniversary! and to celebrate, we've got a special podcast with Dr. Jack Wilmore, the Founder and first Director of our Institute!  Dr. Wilmore is also one of the legendary figures in Exercise Physiology in the United States having published over 300 scientific articles and being at the forefront of so many different phases of the growth of Exercise Science from the 1960's to the 2000's.  So have a listen to the podcast today!
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110 - It's Podcast Friday with Capt. Julianne Gillespie and Exercise / Aerospace Physiology!

110 - It's Podcast Friday with Capt. Julianne Gillespie and Exercise / Aerospace Physiology!

Human Performance is a vital part of many key jobs besides sports and athletics.  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.  Enjoy!
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108 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Nicolaas Deutz, metabolism and nutrition!

108 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Nicolaas Deutz, metabolism and nutrition!

So many people wonder about metabolism, especially with all the media-coverage about weight loss.  Renowned metabolism researcher, Dr. Nicolaas Deutz, the Director of Texas A&M's Center for Translational Research in Aging and Longevity, joins us in the podcast today to talk about nutrition, metabolism, cancer, and exercise!  Dr. Deutz has published over 250 scientific articles and is currently well-funded by the National Institutes of Health to do research in these areas.  This is a great co...
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96 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Melinda Sheffield-Moore and muscle-wasting in cancer

96 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Melinda Sheffield-Moore and muscle-wasting in cancer

Today, we are pleased to be 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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91 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Claude Bouchard of Pennington Biomedical Center

91 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Claude Bouchard of Pennington Biomedical Center

We are especially pleased to welcome Dr. Claude Bouchard from the Pennington Biomedical Research Center with us today in the podcast.  Dr. Bouchard is one of the most prominent Exercise Physiologists in the world with over 1000 scientific publications - and an h-factor over 90 (which is a measure of scientific impact - 90 is an amazing score!).  Dr. Bouchard has been forerunner in working to discover the genetic regulation of both obesity and exercise capacity.
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82 - It's Podcast Tuesday? Going beyond Gold

82 - It's Podcast Tuesday? Going beyond Gold

Today's podcast is the last of our Olympic themed podcasts and comes only a couple of days after the 100m Olympic final was run in London.  This event as well as our last couple of podcasts bring a question about what happens when we reach the limit of human performance - what happens when we can't set anymore records?  Today is a special podcast with another speculative piece from Ian Creasey that considers just that point.
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79 - Huffines Discussion 2012 - Oklahoma State's Dr. Michael Davis with Fatigue and Sled Dogs!

79 - Huffines Discussion 2012 - Oklahoma State's Dr. Michael Davis with Fatigue and Sled Dogs!

This is the audio-only podcast of the 2012 Huffines Discussion Talks.   This week's 2012 Huffines Discussion Scholar is Dr. Michael Davis from Oklahoma State University.  Dr. Davis is a renowned expert on performance and fatigue and continues to do great work using sled dogs to find information that can help humans exercise longer.  Dr. Davis' talk is titled "The Art and Science of Fatigue - Proof" . 
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62 - Dr. David Bassett - Measuring activity and the Amish

62 - Dr. David Bassett - Measuring activity and the Amish

Joining us in the podcast today is Dr. David Bassett from the University of Tennessee.  Dr. Bassett is a renowned expert in how to measure human activity and how activity levels differ between technological societies and non-technological societies.  In our conversation we talk about how these comparisons can help us understand how we can deal with disease arising from activity.  It's a fun conversation!
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59 - Dr. Ed Howley - The Evolution of Sports Medicine and Human Performance

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

Like many fields, Sports Medicine / Exercise Science continues to grow and change.  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.  Dr. Howley is long-time recognized scholar in our field and we are pleased to have him join us.
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56 - Dr. Stephen Crouse - Sudden Death and Athletes

56 - Dr. Stephen Crouse - Sudden Death and Athletes

In the past few months, there have been several football players that have collapsed and died away from the field.  So how much risk do these athletes have for sudden death.  Dr. Stephen Crouse, an expert in athletic medical screen joins us in the podcast today to talk about what we know about athletic sudden death and the real risk to athletes.  This is a great podcast, especially if you are an athlete or have a child participating in sports.
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