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Huffines Institute Podcast 289 - Dr. Mark Faries Breaks the Myth About Super Fibers

Huffines Institute Podcast 289 - Dr. Mark Faries Breaks the Myth About Super Fibers

Howdy! Welcome to We Do the Heavy Lifting where Dr. Jenna Yentes breaks down topics over improving human performance which features diverse experts on current health and fitness topics. The first podcast guest is Dr. Mark Faries! Dr. Faries is an associate professor at Texas A&M University and teaches 2 classes on health myth busting, HPCH 689 Social and Behavioral Health and PHLT 489 Public Health Special Topics. Dr. Fairies also has a blog called https://www.fitnesspudding.com/?start=40 wh...
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Huffines Podcast 288-  Dr. Lightfoot’s Guidance in The World of Academia

Huffines Podcast 288- Dr. Lightfoot’s Guidance in The World of Academia

Today’s podcast guest is the one and only Dr. Tim Lightfoot! Dr. Timothy Lightfoot is currently the Debbie and Mike Hilliard Endowed Professor of Kinesiology and the Executive Director of the Sydney and JL Huffines Institute for Sports Medicine and Human Performance at Texas A&M University and is joining us to talk about the path through academia. Dr. Lightfoot has written two books, “ Surviving Your First Five Years As A Faculty Member: Living and Prospering in Academia” and “Finding the Be...
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Hilliard Discussion 12 Video

Hilliard Discussion 12 Video

  • 11/3/2022 2:23:00 PM
  • View Count 311
What is the topic you ask? Our debate topic was "The keto diet is not the best diet for athletes". Essentially the keto diet is designed to burn fats by cutting carbs. Why is it called keto, are there health benefits to this diet, can it improve athletic performance? On Oct. 19, two experts debated this intriguing topic...watch and see what you think!
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Huffines Podcast 287- Welcome Dr. Jenna Yentes!

Huffines Podcast 287- Welcome Dr. Jenna Yentes!

  • 8/4/2022 11:00:00 AM
  • View Count 977
Today's podcast guest is the newest addition to the Huffines Institute, Dr. Jenna Yentes! Dr. Yentes' research focus at Texas A&M is primarily on functional resiliency and reserve in older adults. Her previous research focused on functional outcomes in those that suffer from pulmonary disease, namely chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Dr. Yentes’ group were the first to document biomechanical changes in gait in persons with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. She has also explore...
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Huffines Podcast 286- Dr. Jeff Potteiger and The Road to His Career

Huffines Podcast 286- Dr. Jeff Potteiger and The Road to His Career

  • 6/10/2022 1:25:00 PM
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Our podcast guest today is Dr. Jeff Potteiger, a professor in the Department of Movement Science at Grand Valley State University. He received his Ph.D. from Auburn University, his M.S. degree from McDaniel College, and his B.S. degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Potteiger has been a faculty member at Indiana State University, the University of Kansas, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Miami University. Dr. Potteiger has served in university administrative roles as a laborat...
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Huffines Podcast 285- Dr. Sue Bloomfield on the Careers of Carl Gisolfi and Charles Tipton

Huffines Podcast 285- Dr. Sue Bloomfield on the Careers of Carl Gisolfi and Charles Tipton

  • 4/8/2022 4:05:00 PM
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Today our guest, Dr. Sue Bloomfield kicks off the first episode of our “History of Exercise Science” series! Dr. Bloomfield achieved her B.S. in Biology at Oberlin College in Ohio, her M.A. in Physical Education at the University of Iowa, and her Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology at The Ohio State University, then joined the Health and Kinesiology faculty at Texas A&M in 1993. Her research interests focused on the integrative physiology of bone, with specific reference to skeletal adaptations to di...
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Huffines Podcast 284 - Dr. Bob Sallis on Exercise preventing COVID morbidity and mortality!

Huffines Podcast 284 - Dr. Bob Sallis on Exercise preventing COVID morbidity and mortality!

  • 12/10/2021 4:30:00 PM
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It’s Podcast Friday! Join us today for our discussion of a large new study that has shown that regular moderate exercise is the second best way to prevent COVID hospitalization and death. Dr. Bob Sallis from Kaiser Permanente and former President of the American College of Sports Medicine joins us to discuss their recent huge study about the effect of regular exercise on COVID responses. This study was unique in that it had almost 49,000 subjects with at least 6 months of exercise data befor...
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Hilliard Discussion 11 Video

Hilliard Discussion 11 Video

  • 10/4/2021 12:45:00 PM
  • View Count 2010
What is the topic you ask? Our debate topic was "Vigorous exercise suppresses the immune system". With concern about immune functioning over the past two years, exercise has been touted as a way to increase immune strength. On Sept. 29, two experts debated this intriguing topic...watch and see what you think!
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283 | Catching Up with Former Huffines Staffer and Podcast Producer Kelli Selman - To China and Beyond!

283 | Catching Up with Former Huffines Staffer and Podcast Producer Kelli Selman - To China and Beyond!

We are excited to bring you a conversation with a former Huffines Institute podcast producer Ms. Kelli Selman and her adventures since leaving the Huffines Institute. This conversation is targeted to those individuals who want to work in the strength and conditioning field and illustrates how to get in the field and the opportunities available for those in the field. Did we mention China? If you want ACSM’s recommendations on exercising during the COVID-19 pandemic follow the link: bit.ly/E...
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282 | Everything you wanted to know about COVID vaccination - with an expert panel

282 | Everything you wanted to know about COVID vaccination - with an expert panel

  • Health
  • 5/10/2021 8:00:00 PM
  • View Count 1115
Here is a great multi-speaker video - made for student athletes at Texas A&M - that answers all the questions you have about getting the COVID vaccination. The expert panel is made up of: - Dr. JP Bramhall (MD) Team Physician for Texas A&M and Founder of Central Texas Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics, - Dr. Shawn Gibbs, Dean of the School of Public Health at Texas A&M, - Dr. Laura Marsh (MD) Central Texas Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics, - Dr. Sheri Walters Director of Olympic Sports Ath...
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