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66 - Mr. Andrew Wolridge - Life as a Football Student-Athlete

66 - Mr. Andrew Wolridge - Life as a Football Student-Athlete

So often, we only hear from Student/Athletes about the 'winning shot', the last second penalty, or missed field goal.  Very rarely do we hear about their time in College as they try to juggle the two demanding jobs of being a student and being an athlete.   Thus, we are pleased to bring you a podcast today with Mr. Andrew Wolridge, former A&M football player.  This is a fun conversation and gives us a look behind the curtain at the life of a student athlete during their time in a major a...
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65 - Dr. Tom Welsh - FSU - Dancers and Sports Medicine

65 - Dr. Tom Welsh - FSU - Dancers and Sports Medicine

We look inside the world of dance today - ballet, modern, and other forms with Dr. Tom Welsh from Florida State University.  Tom is a renowned expert on the application of sports medicine to dance injuries and we were excited to have him join us in the studio.  This is a great conversation about dance and the sports medicine issues with dance.
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63 - Dr. Walt Thompson - American Fitness Index and keeping kids active

63 - Dr. Walt Thompson - American Fitness Index and keeping kids active

Dr. Walt Thompson from Georgia State University joins us today and talks about the American Fitness Index and why you should know about this index.  Also, we talk about how to keep kids active after school and what Walt is doing to work on that.  Dr. Thompson is a rare scientist that works in the lab and still does quite a bit in the community to put in practice his findings.
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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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TexAgs and the Huffines Discussion

TexAgs and the Huffines Discussion

  • 3/14/2012 6:55:00 AM
  • View Count 2015
Listen to the Tim Lightfoot's interview on TexAgs.com radio show about the Huffines Discussion....Thanks to Gabe Bock and the folks at TexAgs for the radio time.
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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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60 - Charlie Kimball - IndyCar Driver - The fastest podcast we've ever done!

60 - Charlie Kimball - IndyCar Driver - The fastest podcast we've ever done!

IndyCar driver Charlie Kimball joins us to talk about the special sports medicine needs of an IndyCar driver as well as his special physiological needs.  Charlie is the first elite racing driver to race with Type 1 Diabetes and it is incredibly interesting to hear how his team (and IndyCar) handles his condition.  Charlie is by far and away, he's the fastest athlete we've talked to!
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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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58 - Dr. Jay Williams - Social Media and Sports Medicine with Soccer!

58 - Dr. Jay Williams - Social Media and Sports Medicine with Soccer!

Dr. Jay Williams from Virginia Tech joins us in the podcast today to talk about using social media to translate sports medicine to the public, especially in the area of soccer.  Jay actually works in the area of molecular biology and sports and in the last few years has really been working to make Sports Science understandable to the public.  So join us for this fun conversation!
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