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Huffines Institute 305 - Exploring New-Age Therapy Modalities in Sports Medicine

Huffines Institute 305 - Exploring New-Age Therapy Modalities in Sports Medicine

Welcome back to our latest episode of We Do the Heavy Lifting this week! Our featured guest is none other than Dr. Heather Linden, the distinguished Senior Director of Physical Therapy at the UFC Performance Institutes worldwide. In this episode, Dr. Linden will be sharing insights into the utilization of extracorporeal shockwave therapy within the realm of physical rehabilitation. Additionally, she'll be delving into her own career journey, shedding light on the unique path that has led her...
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Huffines Institute 299 - Mastering the Heat

Huffines Institute 299 - Mastering the Heat

Welcome back to a brand-new episode! In this installment, we’re joined by Dr. Courtney Benjamin, an Assistant Professor at Samford University in Homewood, Alabama. Dr. Benjamin’s expertise lies in collaborating with athletes, tackling performance alterations triggered by changes in heat. Her captivating research centers around the realms of head and hydration. Today’s riveting discussion revolves around the impact of heat on performance, and more importantly, actionable strategies to alleviat...
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Huffines Institute Podcast 298 - From East to West: Cupping and Dry Needling Practices

Huffines Institute Podcast 298 - From East to West: Cupping and Dry Needling Practices

Welcome back to this week’s exciting episode! Join us as we venture into the world of cupping and dry needling with the insightful Dr. Sheri Walters. As the assistant athletics director at Texas A&M University, overseeing physical therapy and Olympic sports athletic training, Dr. Walters brings a wealth of knowledge about these Eastern healing practices. Discover the versatility of cupping and dry needling as Dr. Walters sheds light on their application in various scenarios. Tune in to explore ...
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Huffines Institute 296 - Climate Crisis on the Playing Field

Huffines Institute 296 - Climate Crisis on the Playing Field

  • Sports
  • 6/12/2023 11:02:00 AM
  • View Count 598
We are back with another episode this week! In this week’s episode we do climate change in sport with Dr. Jessica Murfree. She is an ACES Assistant Professor in Sport Management at Texas A&M University. Dr. Murfree has traveled all over the nation gaining experience all over the sports world and studying the effects of climate change and environmental justice in sports. Today Dr. Mufree is here to discuss her research about the effects of climate change on sports and how we can help push the ne...
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Huffines Institute Podcast 292 - Bo Sandoval on Breath Regulation

Huffines Institute Podcast 292 - Bo Sandoval on Breath Regulation

Welcome back to We Do the Heavy Lifting! This week’s guest is the one and only Mr. Bo Sandoval! Mr. Sandoval is the Assistant Athletics Director, Strength & Conditioning at Texas A&M University. He has traveled all over the nation to serve as the director of strength and conditioning for the UFC, and numerous collegiate and professional sports teams. Today Bo is going to talk about the number one thing keeping us alive…breathing. Tune into this week’s episode to learn more about practicing an...
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270 | Contagion and Sport - It Has Happened Before!

270 | Contagion and Sport - It Has Happened Before!

  • Sports
  • 4/2/2020 5:00:00 PM
  • View Count 2163
In today’s podcast, we have Dr. Randy Roberts, a Distinguished and 150th Anniversary Professor at Purdue University. His research focuses on sports history, and he has written many books about the role of sports in American history. His most recent book, War Fever: Boston, Baseball, and America in the Shadow of the Great War, was just released last week. In the podcast, Dr. Roberts explains the story of the 1918 influenza at the end of World War I, how it affected baseball and impacted Babe Rut...
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267 | The Day When Sports Stopped

267 | The Day When Sports Stopped

Our guest, Dr. John Thornton brings his experience from athletics to delve behind the scenes of protocols and procedures when sporting events stop. He uses examples from thunderstorms, gas leaks, 9/11, H1N1, and others to relate to the current Coronavirus pandemic. Additionally, Dr. Thornton predicts adjustments in the planning of sporting events in the future.
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266 | Video | Podcast Friday with Dr. Natasha Brison - Sports Business and Legal Expert

266 | Video | Podcast Friday with Dr. Natasha Brison - Sports Business and Legal Expert

In today’s podcast, Dr. Natasha Brison shares her expertise in sports-related legal issues as well as brand management and protection, and she dives into the importance of a personal brand. She goes further by describing how to maintain and manage a brand in today’s world - particularly for students and student athletes who need to be future conscious of what they put on social media. In addition, she touches on how coaches and schools can help educate the importance of branding for athletes.
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262 | Video | Podcast Friday with Monty Gibson - Strength and Conditioning Coach, Cleveland Browns

262 | Video | Podcast Friday with Monty Gibson - Strength and Conditioning Coach, Cleveland Browns

Today we have our fifth Video Podcast from our new series with a very special guest, Monty Gibson - Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Cleveland Browns! With nearly 30 years of coaching experience, and 18 of those years spent on the Texas A&M strength and conditioning staff, Monty Gibson is entering his second season in the NFL as the Browns' assistant strength and conditioning coach. As a sports performance coach at Texas A&M, Gibson has been a part of Aggie football, track and ...
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260 | Video | Podcast Friday with Tanna Burge - Assistant Athletic Director, Sports Performance!

260 | Video | Podcast Friday with Tanna Burge - Assistant Athletic Director, Sports Performance!

Our third Video Podcast from our new series features special guest Tanna Burge! Tanna Burge has been at Texas A&M University as the Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Performance since 2015. Burge brings in a large amount of experience in the field and currently oversees strength and conditioning for all Aggie sports except football. In this podcast, Burge shares with us what happens in a sports performance team, challenges that student-athletes face, and challenges she faces as well!
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