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63 - Dr. Walt Thompson - American Fitness Index and keeping kids active

63 - Dr. Walt Thompson - American Fitness Index and keeping kids active

Dr. Walt Thompson from Georgia State University joins us today and talks about the American Fitness Index and why you should know about this index.  Also, we talk about how to keep kids active after school and what Walt is doing to work on that.  Dr. Thompson is a rare scientist that works in the lab and still does quite a bit in the community to put in practice his findings.
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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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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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48 - Mr. Adam Davis - Strength Training from the Pit Box

48 - Mr. Adam Davis - Strength Training from the Pit Box

We've got a great conversation with Mr. Adam Davis who is the Strength and Conditioning Coach for Stewart-Haas Racing, the parent company of the race teams of Tony Stewart and Ryan Newman in NASCAR's Spring Cup Championship Series.  We talk about strength training of pit crew athletes and injury issues for the pit crew athlete (what? You don't think they are athletes? Then listen to the podcast and comment!) Given the current drama in the Sprint Cup series over the last two weeks, th...
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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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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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