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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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50 - Dr. Larry Kenney - Sports, Heat, and Aging

50 - Dr. Larry Kenney - Sports, Heat, and Aging

It's our 50th Podcast Celebration!  We're lucky to have as a special guest Dr. Larry Kenney, Professor from the Noll Laboratory at Penn State University.  Dr. Kenney is an eminent Exercise Scientist that has spent most of his career looking at why aging hinders our ability to handle heat.  Join us for this fun, entertaining conversation. 
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39 - Mythbusting: Exercise-style!

39 - 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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35 - Dr. Mike Sandlin - Everything you wanted to know about Ultra Running!

35 - Dr. Mike Sandlin - Everything you wanted to know about Ultra Running!

There are people that have the urge to run for long, long distances...We have the pleasure of talking to Ultra Runner Extraordinaire Dr. Mike Sandlin in the podcast this week.  Join us to find about what it takes to run extremely long distances (more than 26 miles!).  This is a great conversation filled with laughs....
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