Home|Events

Huffines Institute - Events

Archive by tag: performanceReturn
RSS
It's Podcast Friday! with Dan Giuliani and Online Strength Training Programming

It's Podcast Friday! with Dan Giuliani and Online Strength Training Programming

Technology is making sports medicine more effective every day.  Joining us today in the podcast is Mr. Dan Giuliani the CEO of Volt Athletics.  The purpose of Volt Athletics is provide expert, online consultation for Strength Coaches and Athletes who may not have access to the best coaching and newest ideas in resistance training.  This is an interesting application that will help to bring the best knowledge and coaching to athletes across the country.  LISTEN NOW!
Read More
It's Podcast Friday! with Sports Performance Coach Dr. Brandon Marcello

It's Podcast Friday! with Sports Performance Coach Dr. Brandon Marcello

  • Podcasts
  • 5/8/2015 6:56:00 AM
  • View Count 2517
Joining us today in the podcast is Dr. Brandon Marcello who is an independent performance consultant who most recently was the Director of Sports Performance at Stanford University.  This is an interesting conversation that shows the changing nature of coaching to include nutrition, supplements, and conditioning.  LISTEN NOW!
Read More
It's Video Podcast Friday! with Huffines Scholar Mr. David Epstein and Small Data!

It's Video Podcast Friday! with Huffines Scholar Mr. David Epstein and Small Data!

Today is the fourth video and audio-only rebroadcast from the 2014 Huffines Discussion.  Up today in our series is an award winning journalist, New York Times bestselling author, and reporter for ProPublica.org, Mr. David Epstein.  Mr. Epstein's talk is titled "Small Data in Sports: Finding What Matters and What You Can Change".  Much of this talk directly relates to talent identification - how do we find out who is going to be a great athlete.  Mr. Ep...
Read More
Huffines Affiliate Spotlight: Dr. Ranjana Mehta's recent publication!

Huffines Affiliate Spotlight: Dr. Ranjana Mehta's recent publication!

Muscle fatigue is a complex, multifaceted phenomenon and is most commonly defined as the inability to maintain a required force level after prolonged used of the muscle. The contributors to voluntary fatigue, henceforth referred to simply as fatigue, may be either peripheral or central, or both. Isolating the muscle or the brain in separate investigations can offer only a partial understanding of the mechanisms underlying the development of fatigue.Huffines Affiliate and Director of the NeuroErg...
Read More
Huffines Institute Human Performance Minute Broadcast by TexAgs SportsRadio “Aging and the Olympics”

Huffines Institute Human Performance Minute Broadcast by TexAgs SportsRadio “Aging and the Olympics”

  • Articles
  • 2/11/2014 8:40:00 AM
  • View Count 2542
For more information about this week’s Human Performance Minute, check out the links listed below. Running on age in a 15-km road run: minor influence of age on performance. Characteristics associated with 10-km running performance among a group of highly trained male endurance runners age 21-63 years. Aging and factors related to running economy. Master's performance in the New York City Marathon 1983-1999.Be sure to check out future weekly Huffines Institute Human Performance Minut...
Read More
It's Podcast Friday with National H.S. Athletic Director of the Year Kevin Ozee!

It's Podcast Friday with National H.S. Athletic Director of the Year Kevin Ozee!

  • Podcasts
  • 5/3/2013 3:01:00 AM
  • View Count 2538
Many students get their athletic experiences during their junior-high/high-school education.  Thus, providing safe, well-coached, and organized athletic programs in a public school setting is critical.  Our podcast guest today - 2013 National High School Athletic Director of the Year Kevin Ozee, from the Southlake Carroll Independent School District - knows a lot about this subject and takes time to chat with us about the challenges, rewards, and motivation for providing great athletic...
Read More
Text Article of the Week: "NATURES GATORADE: Effectiveness of Coconut Water on Electrolyte and Carbohydrate Replacement"

Text Article of the Week: "NATURES GATORADE: Effectiveness of Coconut Water on Electrolyte and Carbohydrate Replacement"

  • Articles
  • 10/26/2012 12:48:00 PM
  • View Count 2687
Check out this weeks text article titled "NATURES GATORADE: Effectiveness of Coconut Water on Electrolyte and Carbohydrate Replacement" by Kyle Levers. "The popularity of coconut water has increased significantly over the past decade due to its nutritional composition and rehydration capability. Natural coconut water is the clear liquid found inside of a young, green coconut, not to be confused with the white liquid typically squeezed from the coconut’s outer layer, kno...
Read More
It's Podcast Tuesday??!! Going Beyond Gold...

It's Podcast Tuesday??!! Going Beyond Gold...

  • Podcasts
  • 7/31/2012 5:32:00 AM
  • View Count 2434
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 regarding 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.  Also, you'll find that this piece...
Read More

Article Time! Athletes Not Let Age Dog Them

  • 11/7/2011 7:23:57 PM
  • View Count 2438
 Check out this weeks Article! "Athletes Not Let Age Dog Them," by Travis Irby.  "The concept of dog years lets us quantify how man’s best friend ages. The popular myth is that a dog ages every seven years for one human year. While that is not necessarily the most scientific explanation for the canine aging process, the idea of aging many years in one is something that many people can relate to..."
Read More
Page 2 of 3 [2]

Search



Categories



Archive