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95 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Sam Cheuvront from USARIEM!

95 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. Sam Cheuvront from USARIEM!

We are pleased to have Dr. Samuel Cheuvront from the United States Army Research Institute for Environmental Medicine in the podcast today.  Dr. Cheuvront is a noted expert on hydration during exercise and was one of the principle authors of the military's policies on hydration for our soldiers.  And just because it is getting cooler doesn't mean that we shouldn't worry about hydration.
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92 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. John Fox and The Ball!

92 - It's Podcast Friday with Dr. John Fox and The Ball!

Every so often, there is a great book that comes along that reveals a bit more about why we play and have sports in our society.  Such is the case with a new book - The Ball - that was recently released.  Dr. John Fox is the author and we are pleased to have him with us in the podcast to talk about his book and the topics he covers within.  This is a great book and we highly recommend not only the podcast, but also the book!
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78 - Sports Illustrated's David Epstein - The London Olympics and Sports Stories

78 - Sports Illustrated's David Epstein - The London Olympics and Sports Stories

The London Olympics is just around the corner and of course, and with all of the performances and stories that will happen there, David Epstein from Sports Illustrated is with us today to give us a heads-up as to what he thinks will be the intriguing stories of these Olympics.  Mr. Epstein has been with us for previous podcasts (video here, here, here, and here!) and I appreciate his '30,000 foot' view of sports and the interesting stories in sports medicine.
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77 - Huffines Discussion 2012 - Univ. Colorado's Dr. Wendy Kohrt and Building Strength and Bones!

77 - Huffines Discussion 2012 - Univ. Colorado's Dr. Wendy Kohrt and Building Strength and Bones!

This is the audio-only podcast of the 2012 Huffines Discussion Talks.   This week's 2012 Huffines Discussion Scholar is Dr. Wendy Kohrt from the University of Colorado  Dr. Kohrt is a highly lauded scientist and was recently selected to give the prestigious Wolfe Lecture keynote talk at the American College of Sports Medicine meeting.  Dr. Kohrt has made many contributions to the understanding of how exercise impacts bone health and her Huffines Discussion talk was titled "Got Strength?...
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74 - Mr. Kevin Bastin - Athletic Training for All!

74 - Mr. Kevin Bastin - Athletic Training for All!

We are pleased to have Mr. Kevin Bastin, Director of Athletic Training Services for the Ironman Sports Medicine Institute at Memorial Hermann Hospital with us in the podcast.  We chat about athletic training and rehabilitation of elite athletes and recreational athletes.  It's a fun conversation!
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56 - Dr. Stephen Crouse - Sudden Death and Athletes

56 - Dr. Stephen Crouse - Sudden Death and Athletes

In the past few months, there have been several football players that have collapsed and died away from the field.  So how much risk do these athletes have for sudden death.  Dr. Stephen Crouse, an expert in athletic medical screen joins us in the podcast today to talk about what we know about athletic sudden death and the real risk to athletes.  This is a great podcast, especially if you are an athlete or have a child participating in sports.
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53 - Live from Doha, Qatar: Sports Illustrated's David Epstein on Baseball Doping and Concussions

53 - Live from Doha, Qatar: Sports Illustrated's David Epstein on Baseball Doping and Concussions

It's a special holiday podcast with Sports Illustrated writer David Epstein.  We have two firsts in this podcast:  our first three-time guest, and our first podcast live from Doha, Qatar.  We talk with David about Ryan Braun doping, Colt McCoy's concussion, and what he's doing in Qatar for Sports Illustrated.  It's our holiday podcast - the elves had fun putting this one together!
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47 - Dr. John Buchanan - Motor Control, swaying, and training

47 - Dr. John Buchanan - Motor Control, swaying, and training

Dr. John Buchanan joins us in the studio today and chats about his work with basic perceptual processes.  Dr. Buchanan works to understand how we balance and move through space and how our brains perceive and track that movement.  This is a great talk on an emerging area of research that may have significant impact for many patient populations.
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