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211 - The award winning HD6 video podcast continues! Dr. William Dexter from the University of Southern Maine and Tufts University!

211 - The award winning HD6 video podcast continues! Dr. William Dexter from the University of Southern Maine and Tufts University!

Today is the fourth video and audio-only rebroadcast from the 2016 Huffines Discussion.   Up today in our series is Dr. William Dexter from the University of Southern Maine and Tufts University.  Dr. Dexter's talk is called "PEDs: Not Just a Problem in Elite Athletes" and talks about how the use of Performance Enhancing Drugs is becoming a problem at all levels of sport and some suggestions for how to combat this rising pandemic.
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150 - It's Podcast Friday with A&M Track & Field Coach Pat Henry and 34 National Titles!

150 - It's Podcast Friday with A&M Track & Field Coach Pat Henry and 34 National Titles!

We are honored to have A&M's Head Track and Field Coach, Pat Henry on the podcast today.  Coach Henry's teams have won 34 National Championships over his career, including seven in the last five years here at A&M. We appreciate that Coach Henry took time out of his busy schedule in between national track meets to chat with us.  So if you think that Track & Field is only an every '4 years' type of sport, it's worth your time to listen to this podcast!
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116 - Podcast Friday is BACK!  With Award-winning journalist David Epstein and The Sports Gene!

116 - 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.  This book is an amazingly detailed, but hugely readable look at the Nature vs. Nurture question especially as related to sports proficiency.  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 det...
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106 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Judy Sandlin, USADA and Doping-education

106 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Judy Sandlin, USADA and Doping-education

The United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) has been in the news quite a bit over the past year.  What most don't understand is that USADA also has a full educational outreach effort to work to decrease doping in sports.  We are pleased to have Dr. Judy Sandlin in the podcast today who works extensively with USADA's educational efforts.

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81 - Dr. Ed Coyle - Is a sub-2 hour marathon possible?

81 - Dr. Ed Coyle - Is a sub-2 hour marathon possible?

Today's podcast is the third of our Olympic themed podcasts.  One of the great Exercise Physiologists joins us today - Dr. Ed Coyle from the University of Texas.  Dr. Coyle is with us in advance of the London Olympic Marathon to talk about whether a human will ever run a sub-2 hour marathon.  Dr. Coyle also talks about his past work with Lance Armstrong measuring his exercise capacities.  This is a fun conversation with one of the best physiologists of our time.
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80 - Ms. Christie Aschwanden - Sport Doping and The Olympics

80 - Ms. Christie Aschwanden - Sport Doping and The Olympics

Today's podcast is the second of our Olympic themed podcasts.  We are pleased to have award-winning sports journalist Christie Ashwanden join us today to talk about the London Olympics and sports doping.  Christie has written stories that have appeared in most of the major magazines and newspapers in the United States and she has a great perspective on the big topics in sports medicine today.  This is a great conversation with one of the best young writers in the United States!
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73 - Huffines Discussion 2012 - Sports Illustrated's David Epstein and Sports Doping

73 - Huffines Discussion 2012 - Sports Illustrated's David Epstein and Sports Doping

Today we kick off the video and audio-only rebroadcasts of the Speakers from the 2012 Huffines Discussion.  First up is Sports Illustrated's David Epstein.  Mr. Epstein is an incredible writer (he was nominated this year for the Livingston Award which recognizes the best journalist under the age of 35 in the United States).  Mr. Epstein's talk was on Sports Doping: Still the Rational Choice?".  This is a great talk about why elite athletes still choose to dope in spite of the risks.
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72 - Dr. Gabriel Neal - Cognitive stimulants, human performance, and concerns

72 - Dr. Gabriel Neal - Cognitive stimulants, human performance, and concerns

Dr. Gabe Neal join us today to chat about the issues surrounding the use of cognitive stimulants - such as Adderal - for focus and performance.  The use of Adderall is now epidemic especially on college campuses and this podcast is about what we should know about Adderall and its effect on our physiology and performance.  If you don't know about Adderall, you should (our kids know all about it!). 
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61 - Mr. Bryan Minniti - Washington Nationals Asst. General Manager

61 - Mr. Bryan Minniti - Washington Nationals Asst. General Manager

Baseball season is almost here!  We've got a great podcast today with MLB's Washington Nationals Asst. GM Bryan Minniti about professional baseball, injuries, and rehab in a large organization with multi-million dollar athletes.  Join us for Mr. Minniti's behind-the-scenes insights about professional baseball.
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