Huffines Institute - Events

New Podcast up!  Mike Massett and the genetics of endurance.

New Podcast up! Mike Massett and the genetics of endurance.

  • Podcasts
  • 4/2/2011 12:46:00 PM
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We've got a new podcast up....Dr. Mike Massett, NIH-funded researcher, discusses advancements in the search for the genetic mechanisms that control exercise endurance.  Click on over to the podcast page to join us for this great conversation - don't worry - the genetic jargon is held to a minimum!
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Watch for details of the webcast of the Huffines Discussion

The Huffines Discussion was a great event.  If you couldn't be there, don't worry - we'll be putting the videos of all of the speakers on the website in the upcoming weeks.  Stay tuned right here - or sign up for our mailing list - so you'll know when they'll be available.  Don't miss the opportunity to hear what eight of the top leaders and thinkers in sports medicine said.  There were big ideas and new discoveries...so tune it (and spread the word!).
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Headline Coverage of the Huffines Discussion!

There was a great write-up in The Eagle - the primary newspaper for the Bryan/College Station area - regarding the Huffines Discussion.  The article even made the front page and above the fold!  Click here to read the article.....thanks to our friends at The Eagle!
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New Podcast up! Allen Kinley and Olympic lifting!

  • Podcasts
  • 3/18/2011 6:30:00 AM
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There's a new podcast in the feed!  Coach Allen Kinley, Director of Strength and Condtioning for A&M's Olympic and Team Sports, stops in the studio to talk about resistance training and Olympic lifts.  Click on over to the podcast page and download it!  Better yet - subscribe so you don't miss any episodes!
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The Line-up for the Huffines Discussion is set - and it is a GREAT line-up!

  • 3/9/2011 6:00:00 AM
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We are so excited to announce the final speaker line-up for the Huffines Discussion. We are pleased to announce that the following leaders and thinkers in sports medicine and human performance have committed to participating in the Huffines Discussion. Check out our Huffines Discussion page for the latest information or our special, short podcast for more information on the Speakers! See you on April 1! Mr. Ty Warren: New England Patriots. "A Professional Football Player's Off-Season Pr...
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Huffines Institute Volunteer, Emily Schmitt, Wins 5K

A hearty congratulations goes out to Ms. Emily Schmitt, Huffines Institute Volunteer, for winning the 5K in her age group and placing second overall for women in the Fifth Annual College Station Armadillo Dash on Sunday, March 6, 2011. Schmitt crossed the finish line at 21:06.
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Today is the Day! First Huffines Discussion! See you there!

The TED Talks have made a significant impact on understanding by bringing leaders in various fields together to give talks less than 20 minutes in length that are understandable to a general audience. The Sydney and JL Huffines Institute is using the TED format and applying it to Sports Medicine. The result? An exciting new event called the Huffines Discussion. The Director of the Huffines, Dr. Tim Lightfoot noted, “We are so excited to bring this unique event to the central Texas Region a...
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Huffines Institute awards $6000 Practitioner Grant to Dr. Steve Crouse

Dr. Steve Crouse, former Director of the Huffines Institute, received $6000 to continue his research documenting the cardiovascular risk markers and changes in cardiac structure and function in first year football players at Texas A&M University. This study continues and follows up on Dr. Crouse and co-workers recently published study, “Electrocardiograms of collegiate football athletes” in Clinical Cardiology.
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