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277 | Nobel Laureate, Human Rights Activist, and History in Exercise Physiology

277 | Nobel Laureate, Human Rights Activist, and History in Exercise Physiology

Dr. David Bassett is the Department Head of Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport Studies at the University of Tennessee. Dr. Bassett’s primary research looks at the measurement of physical activity in human energy expenditure. Today in the podcast, Dr. Bassett dives into the life and work of AV Hill. AV Hill’s research revolved around the heat production in muscle tissue, and even neurons. But what may be more impressive were his efforts to help society and science during WWII. Give the podcast ...
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276 | How to Return to Sports During a Pandemic

276 | How to Return to Sports During a Pandemic

Our guest today, Dr. JP Bramhall, is the current Director of Sports Medicine and Team Physician for Texas A&M University. He discusses new covid-19 related procedures and safety plans for collegiate athletes and teams to return to sport. Additionally, Dr. Bramhall explains myocarditis and why athletes are at risk during the pandemic. He mentions recommendations from the American Academy of Cardiology & the SEC relating to coronavirus and myocarditis. The podcast ends with Bramhall illustrating h...
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