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Weekly Text Article! "Exploring the Conflicting Gender Roles in Marketing Professional Female Athletes"

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  • 6/25/2014 7:46:00 AM
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Read the weekly text article by Ms. Jami Lobpries titled "Exploring the Conflicting Gender Roles in Marketing Professional Female Athletes" "Two months removed from the 2012 Olympic Games, the majority of the fame, spotlight, and national attention for the female Olympic athletes subsided. In fact, the majority of these women often do not have viable professional leagues to return to post-Olympics. Gender disparities continue to exist in the sports world, particularly in..."
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Huffines Institute Human Performance Minute Broadcast by TexAgs SportsRadio "Sickle Cell Trait in Athletes"

Huffines Institute Human Performance Minute Broadcast by TexAgs SportsRadio "Sickle Cell Trait in Athletes"

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  • 3/5/2014 4:17:00 AM
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For more information about this week’s Human Performance Minute, check out the links listed below. http://www.nata.org/sites/default/files/SickleCellTraitAndTheAthlete.pdf http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/athletic-activity-could-be-fatal-to-those-with-sickle-cell-trait/ http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/health_safety/SickleCellTraitforSA.pdfBe sure to check out future weekly Huffines Institute Human Performance Minute broadcasts at TexAgs SportsRadio (The Zone 1150 AM) every Wednesday morni...
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It's Podcast Friday with the US Army's Major Nick Barringer and Capt. Will Kobbe and Military Fitness!

It's Podcast Friday with the US Army's Major Nick Barringer and Capt. Will Kobbe and Military Fitness!

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  • 12/6/2013 7:05:00 AM
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Joining us today in the podcast are Major Nick Barringer (RD/LD) and Captain Will Kobbe, both of the United States Army.  Both Nick and Will are at Texas A&M finishing up advanced degrees in Kinesiology as a part of their service commitments.  We talk with Nick and Will about fitness and physical training in the military and how society's health problems are actually health problems for the Army as well (and how the military is attacking these health problems).  This is a ...
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The Power of Water—Recovery of the Modern Athlete

The Power of Water—Recovery of the Modern Athlete

  • 8/2/2012 9:22:19 AM
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It's text article Wednesday. Check out the article by Kyle Levers, " The Power of Water—Recovery  of the Modern Athlete." "While sports performance and training have become increasingly competitive and demanding, recovery techniques continues to rely on existing therapies. Many athletes find water therapies helpful to hasten the recovery process in order to return to bouts of exercise sooner, while minimizing fatigue and injury."
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"Sclerostin: Bad to the Bone?"

  • 7/23/2012 2:03:36 PM
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The weekly text articles are back. Check out the article this week by Brandon Macias, "Sclerostin: Bad to the Bone?" Most folks, especially those who do not suffer from bone debilitating diseases, might forget that their skeletons are “alive.”  Yes, the bone that protects your vital organs and works with your muscles to get you out of bed in the morning is constantly remodeling.
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It's Podcast Friday! with Ms. Roberta Anding RD/LD and nutrition for the elite athlete and everyone!

It's Podcast Friday! with Ms. Roberta Anding RD/LD and nutrition for the elite athlete and everyone!

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  • 4/26/2012 10:26:00 AM
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This week we are pleased to be joined in the podcast 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 n...
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Attention! Attention! New Article! Aquatic Treadmill Running

Attention! Attention! New Article! Aquatic Treadmill Running

  • 11/15/2011 10:22:46 AM
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We have a new article up this week, "Aquatic Treadmill Running," by Brad Lambert. Click the hyperlink to CHECK IT OUT! Has there ever been a time when you decided to begin an exercise program or turn your current exercise program up a notch with an increase in workout time or intensity? Also, have you ever experienced prolonged muscle soreness days after doing so?
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Its OK to Eat Cholesterol. It May Even Be Good for You.

Its OK to Eat Cholesterol. It May Even Be Good for You.

  • 11/11/2011 10:03:17 AM
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This week's article features "Its OK to Eat Cholesterol. It May Even Be Good For You," by Chang Woock Lee. "Cholesterol is perhaps the most notorious biological molecule of all. To many people, cholesterol is simply a synonym for heart attack, stroke, or cardiovascular disease because..."
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Article Time! Athletes Not Let Age Dog Them

  • 11/7/2011 7:23:57 PM
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 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..."
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