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76 - Dr. Kristin Wingfield - Sports Medicine Doc and Cirque du Soleil acrobat

76 - Dr. Kristin Wingfield - Sports Medicine Doc and Cirque du Soleil acrobat

Today we are pleased to have Dr. Kristin Wingfield on the podcast.  Dr. Wingfield is a primary care sports medicine physician in San Francisco.  She has worked extensively with elite and Olympic athletes, as well as having much experience with performing artists.  She cares for the dancers of the San Francisco Ballet School and the acrobats of Cirque du Soleil.  Dr. Wingfield knows the athletic world well, having been on the Canadian national gymnasitcs and diving teams.
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75 - Huffines Discussion 2012 - Performance Prime's Jacques Dallaire and Performing Like a Champion

75 - Huffines Discussion 2012 - Performance Prime's Jacques Dallaire and Performing Like a Champion

This is the audio-only podcast of the 2012 Huffines Discussion Talks. This week's 2012 Huffines Discussion Scholar is Dr. Jacques Dallaire from Performance Prime.  Dr. Dallaire is renowned for his ongoing work with elite athletes and high performance professionals.  His Huffines Discussion talk was "Perform Like a Champion...What is Holding You Back?" and deals with how you can improve your performance in anything!  
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74 - Mr. Kevin Bastin - Athletic Training for All!

74 - Mr. Kevin Bastin - Athletic Training for All!

We are pleased to have Mr. Kevin Bastin, Director of Athletic Training Services for the Ironman Sports Medicine Institute at Memorial Hermann Hospital with us in the podcast.  We chat about athletic training and rehabilitation of elite athletes and recreational athletes.  It's a fun conversation!
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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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71 - Mr. Chris Field - Organizing marathons and the reason why (it will surprise you!)

71 - Mr. Chris Field - Organizing marathons and the reason why (it will surprise you!)

In the podcast today is Mr. Chris Field, Founder and Director of the Bryan/College Station Marathon.  We talk about how to organize and run marathons - which is often the unseen world that is so critical to having these types of events.  ALSO, I'd encourage you to listen just because of the profound reason why Chris organized this race.  It may actually touch you....check it out!
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69 - Ms. Adaora Elonu - Academics, Basketball, and Competition

69 - Ms. Adaora Elonu - Academics, Basketball, and Competition

We are pleased today to have the third in a series of interviews with student-athletes today.  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.  Ms. Elonu, having graduated in three years, currently finishing her Masters degree, and having competed at the highest levels in basketball has a great perspective on the joys and difficulties of being a student-athlete at...
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67 - Ms. Roberta Anding - Nutrition for the elite athlete and everyone

67 - Ms. Roberta Anding - Nutrition for the elite athlete and everyone

This week we are pleased to be joined by Ms. Roberta Anding, RD/LD who is is the Director of Sports Nutrition at Texas Children's Hospital.  She is also the Sports Dietician for the NFL's Houston Texans, MLB's Houston Astros, and the Houston Ballet.  She has numerous awards and credentials in Sports Nutrition and brings a deep level of experience in the field.  This is a straight-ahead discussion of the nutritional challenges of both elite athletes and normal folks.  It's a fun c...
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