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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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55 - The Future of Sport - Fuel

55 - The Future of Sport - Fuel

We've got something different for you this week.  Our friends over at EscapePod.org are allowing us to broadcast one of their episodes - "Fuel" by Matthew Rotundo - that deals with the future of athletic performance enhancement.  This is a great episode to generate conversation about the future of performance and what we will allow as a society.  So, give it a listen and we hope you enjoy this special episode.
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50 - Dr. Larry Kenney - Sports, Heat, and Aging

50 - Dr. Larry Kenney - Sports, Heat, and Aging

It's our 50th Podcast Celebration!  We're lucky to have as a special guest Dr. Larry Kenney, Professor from the Noll Laboratory at Penn State University.  Dr. Kenney is an eminent Exercise Scientist that has spent most of his career looking at why aging hinders our ability to handle heat.  Join us for this fun, entertaining conversation. 
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46 - Dr. Noah Dean - Quackery and Sports Medicine!

46 - Dr. Noah Dean - Quackery and Sports Medicine!

Today we are pleased to have Dr. Noah Dean from Texas Lutheran University join us in the podcast today.  Noah has made a mission of exposing and educating the public about quacks and fraudulent health products that are on the market.  This is a fun conversation and greatly needed in today's consumer society. We also talk about Noah's experience as a stuntman on Friday Night Lights.
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44 - Jim Whitehead, Exec. VP & CEO ACSM and the United Nations

44 - Jim Whitehead, Exec. VP & CEO ACSM and the United Nations

Join us today for a historic podcast with Mr. Jim Whitehead, Executive Vice President and CEO of the American College Sports Medicine, the world's largest professional organization devoted to Exercise and Sports Medicine.  Jim chats with us about the recent historic United Nations Health Summitt (only the second health summitt ever held at the U.N.) that focused on diseases caused by lifestyle issues.
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42 - Dr. Lee Brown - Strength training with isokinetics and vibration!

42 - Dr. Lee Brown - Strength training with isokinetics and vibration!

 In today's podcast, we talk to Dr. Lee Brown from the Univ. of California Fullerton about isokinetic resistance training.  We also cover whole body vibration and the role the National Strength and Conditioning Association plays in guaranteeing that your personal trainer knows what they are doing. 
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38 - Dr. Steve Roth - Can you use genetics to select for Sport?

38 - Dr. Steve Roth - Can you use genetics to select for Sport?

If you knew exactly what sport you were best suited for, would you be interested.  Several companies claim that they can tell you what sport you would be best at.  Join us today as we talk to Dr. Steve Roth from the University of Maryland who is an expert on using genetics to select for sport.   We have a great conversation that is extremely relevant to sports science and if you are a parent with a child interested in sport, you'll want to hear this podcast.
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Special announcement: introducing our new Video Podcasts!

Special announcement: introducing our new Video Podcasts!

We're got a very short podcast (Click here) announcement today as we launch our new Video Podcasts!  So shuffle on over to the Video page (under the Resources tab) and check out our new Video podcasts.  First up is the great presentation by Dr. Molly Bray (Univ. Alabama Birmingham) that she gave at the 2011 Huffines Discussion.
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