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TexAgs HHPM | Blind Marathoner

TexAgs HHPM | Blind Marathoner

For more information about this week’s Human Performance Minute, check out the links listed below. Be sure to check out future weekly Huffines Institute Human Performance Minute broadcasts at TexAgs SportsRadio (The Zone 1150 AM) every Wednesday morning at 10:45am. If you missed it you can listen to it here!
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148 - It's Summer Podcast Friday! with Mark and Alana Hadley and running!

148 - It's Summer Podcast Friday! with Mark and Alana Hadley and running!

We have Coach Mark Hadley and marathoner Alana Hadley with us in the podcast today.  Alana is the youngest marathoner to qualify for the American Trials in over 20 years and has set several national records in her age group.  We talk today about how elite marathoners are trained and what is the future for American marathoning!  Enjoy!
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107 - Somber Podcast Friday - With A&M's Mike Caruso and planning for emergencies at events

107 - Somber Podcast Friday - With A&M's Mike Caruso and planning for emergencies at events

This week's tragedy at the Boston Marathon have made many people question safety at large events like this.  We are fortunate to have one of the nation's leading emergency planners here at A&M in Mike Caruso.  Mr. Caruso works in our Athletic Department and conducts sports event emergency planning and training around the country. So join us today as we delve in the little-appreciated world of sports event emergency planning.  It is a great conversation! 
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81 - Dr. Ed Coyle - Is a sub-2 hour marathon possible?

81 - Dr. Ed Coyle - Is a sub-2 hour marathon possible?

Today's podcast is the third of our Olympic themed podcasts.  One of the great Exercise Physiologists joins us today - Dr. Ed Coyle from the University of Texas.  Dr. Coyle is with us in advance of the London Olympic Marathon to talk about whether a human will ever run a sub-2 hour marathon.  Dr. Coyle also talks about his past work with Lance Armstrong measuring his exercise capacities.  This is a fun conversation with one of the best physiologists of our time.
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71 - Mr. Chris Field - Organizing marathons and the reason why (it will surprise you!)

71 - Mr. Chris Field - Organizing marathons and the reason why (it will surprise you!)

In the podcast today is Mr. Chris Field, Founder and Director of the Bryan/College Station Marathon.  We talk about how to organize and run marathons - which is often the unseen world that is so critical to having these types of events.  ALSO, I'd encourage you to listen just because of the profound reason why Chris organized this race.  It may actually touch you....check it out!
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49 - Dr. Ross Tucker - Sevens, Sport Science, and Oscar Pistorius

49 - Dr. Ross Tucker - Sevens, Sport Science, and Oscar Pistorius

We've got Dr. Ross Tucker, from the University of Cape Town in Cape Town, South Africa in the podcast today.  Ross is currently on the management team of the South African National Sevens team (you'll have to listen to find out what Sevens is), is one of the most astute and well-spoken young Exercise Physiologists in the world, and has been heavily involved in the debate about whether Oscar Pistorius should be allowed to compete against able-body track athletes.
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