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Huffines Institute 301 - The Fight Against Parkinson's Disease

Huffines Institute 301 - The Fight Against Parkinson's Disease

Welcome back to a new episode of We Do the Heavy Lifting! In today’s episode our focus shifts to Parkinson’s Disease, featuring insights from Dr. Deanna Kennedy. Dr. Kennedy holds the position of an associate professor within the Kinesiology and Sport Management department at Texas A&M University. She also directs the Student-Fighter Project in partnership with the Robert Conte Foundation for Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders. This initiative has birthed a program rooted in the commu...
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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 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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280 | Dr. George Cunningham on Community and COVID

280 | Dr. George Cunningham on Community and COVID

Did you know that your community may affect whether you get COVID or not? Join the Huffines Institute podcast today as we talk 'community and COVID' with Dr. George Cunningham from the Division of Sport Management at Texas A&M. Dr. Cunningham’s work show a close association between your community’s health attitudes and your risk of COVID infection. This is a great conversation on how our community can influence our health. If you want ACSM’s recommendations on exercising during th...
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278 | Special Episode - 10th Anniversary of Huffines Podcasts

278 | Special Episode - 10th Anniversary of Huffines Podcasts

10 years ago today, the first Huffines Institute podcast was released. Due to the anniversary, we have a special podcast today to celebrate and remember the podcast. Dr. Lightfoot gives an introduction, then the first Huffines podcast is played. Our guest was Dr. James Fluckey, who talks about building and maintaining muscle. If you want ACSM’s recommendations on exercising during the COVID-19 pandemic follow the link: bit.ly/Exercise_Pandemic
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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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271 | Remaining Positive and Active During the Pandemic

271 | Remaining Positive and Active During the Pandemic

In the midst of unemployment and isolation, it may be hard to find ways to keep moving forward. But our guest today, Mr. Mark Bravo - running store owner, author, and motivational speaker - is here to help. He provides inspirational ways to stay happy, optimistic, and positive during the current plight in order to make the most of the situation. From reaching out to people on the phone, doing bodyweight exercises at home, or going out for a walk if comfortable doing so, he gives plenty of exampl...
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269 | How to Exercise During the Pandemic

269 | How to Exercise During the Pandemic

In the podcast today, we have Dr. Liz Joy, Senior Medical Director for Wellness and Nutrition in the Office of Health Promotion and Wellness for Intermountain Healthcare. She is a former president of the American College of Sports Medicine, and actually wrote the current guidelines for exercising during the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, she gives tips on activity and exercise during this time, how you can strength train in your home, as well as mental benefits of exercise. If you want to check ou...
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268 | Exercise Increases Immune Function - How We Know

268 | Exercise Increases Immune Function - How We Know

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  • 3/26/2020 10:00:00 PM
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Our guest today, Dr. David Nieman, is a Professor of Health and Exercise Science and the Director of the Human Performance Lab at Appalachian State University. He has vast expertise in exercise immunology, and gives great insight on how to exercise during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Nieman also dives into how exercise can improve immune function, as well as situations in which exercise can actually have harmful effects. In the conversation today, he uses plenty of support from his researc...
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