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Exercise Is Medicine!
Exercise Is Medicine!
Guest(s):Richard T. Cotton, MA National Director of Certification and Registry Programs American College of Sports Medicine
Topic:Exercise is Medicine Month
Topic Info:Exercise is Medicine is a sustainable global initiative by The American College of Sports Medicine that creates broad awareness that exercise is indeed medicine. Listen as we discuss how you too can take part in the best medicine on the planet.
Original Air Date:5 / 15 / 2012
Warm Weather Exercise: Stay Safe
Warm Weather Exercise: Stay Safe
Guest(s):Richard T. Cotton, MA National Director of Certification and Registry Programs American College of Sports Medicine
Topic:Exercise is Medicine Month
Topic Info:Listen as we discuss tips for exercising in the warm weather while staying safe from heat related illness.
Original Air Date:5 / 15 / 2012
Concussions: Is There a Lasting Effect? When is it Safe to Return to Play? Featured
Love Your Workout! Choosing the Right Fitness Program for You Featured
Can a Personal Trainer Help You Reach Your Fitness Goals Faster?
Can a Personal Trainer Help You Reach Your Fitness Goals Faster?
Guest(s):Neal Pire, MS, FACSM
Topic:Fitness Clubs and Exercise Settings
Topic Info:Listen as we help guide you through the dizzying world of fitness centers and clubs. We will help you find the setting and trainer that are perfect for your health needs.
Original Air Date:5 / 1 / 2012
Long-Term Youth Athlete Development & Conditioning Featured
Early Sports Specialization and Injury Prevention
Early Sports Specialization and Injury Prevention
Guest(s):Michael F. Bergeron, Ph.D., FACSM, Executive Director, National Institute for Athletic Health & Performance and National Youth Sports Health & Safety Institute
Topic:Youth Sport Safety
Topic Info:Listen as the National Youth Sports Health & Safety Institute joins us to discuss long-term youth athlete development & conditioning, overuse injuries, early sports specialization and injury risk, Hydration, and concussion awareness.
Original Air Date:4 / 24 / 2012
Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation: What To Expect Featured
More Magazine/Fitness Magazine Women's Half-Marathon
More Magazine/Fitness Magazine Women's Half-Marathon
Guest(s):Betty Wong, Fitness Magazine Editor-in-Chief
Topic:Womens Health and Fitness
Topic Info:The largest woman's only race in the country -- with more than 10,000 women registered -- will take place on Sunday, April 15 in New York City's Central Park and will be hosted for the second time by Elisabeth Hasselbeck. Listen as we discuss the exciteme ...
Original Air Date:4 / 3 / 2012
8 Health Lies Trainers Tell You Featured
Exercise is Medicine® Month
Exercise is Medicine® Month
Guest(s):Dick Cotton, ACSM’s National Director of Certification
Topic:Exercise is Medicine
Topic Info:Exercise is Medicine is ACSM's global initiative to make physical activity and exercise a standard part of a global disease prevention and treatment medical paradigm. Listen as we discuss The New Exercise is Medicine® Credential for health/fitness profes ...
Original Air Date:4 / 3 / 2012
How to Get the Most Out of Your Training Featured
Updated AAP Guidelines on Baseball and Softball
Updated AAP Guidelines  on Baseball and Softball
Guest(s):Dr. Joseph Congeni
Topic:Youth AThletics: Baseball and Softball
Topic Info:Listen as we discuss the AAP's new updated guidelines on baseball and softball and what parents need to know to prevent injuries in their children playing these sports.
Original Air Date:3 / 28 / 2012
Preventing Injuries in Your Young Athlete Featured
Overuse Injuries in Youth Sports & Cross Training
Overuse Injuries in Youth Sports & Cross Training
Guest(s):Dr. Joseph Congeni
Topic:Youth AThletics: Baseball and Softball
Topic Info:Listen as we discuss the ways to avoid overuse injuries in youth sports. Cross training is a great way to get your kids in shape for their sport while avoiding the chronic condition of overuse injuries.
Original Air Date:3 / 28 / 2012
The 5 Most Common Sports Injuries and How to Fix Them Featured
The Most Annoying Sports Maladies Ever—From Athlete’s Foot To Side Stitches—Cured!
The Most Annoying Sports Maladies Ever—From Athlete’s Foot To Side Stitches—Cured!
Guest(s):Dr. Jordan Metzl, MD
Topic:Sport Injuries and Sports Maladies
Topic Info:Listen to Dr. Jordan Metzl, one of the nation’s leading sports medicine physicians, as he helps us through some of the most annoying and easiest to fix sports maladies with some easy-to-follow strategies for effective self-treatment.
Original Air Date:3 / 27 / 2012
Body Position and Breathing for Best Results
Body Position and Breathing for Best Results
Guest(s):Jennifer Wheeler, Exercise Physiologist at Sharp Memorial Hospital
Topic:Alternative Resistance Strength Training
Topic Info:Listen in as we discuss how to get great results with out all the expensive equipment. Learn how to exercise after surgery and what are the best ways to work your core with the ball and the Bozu!
Original Air Date:3 / 6 / 2012
Post-Surgery Exercise and Training
Post-Surgery Exercise and Training
Guest(s):Jennifer Wheeler, Exercise Physiologist at Sharp Memorial Hospital
Topic:Alternative Resistance Strength Training
Topic Info:Listen in as we discuss how to get great results with out all the expensive equipment. Learn how to exercise after surgery and what are the best ways to work your core with the ball and the Bozu!
Original Air Date:3 / 6 / 2012
Core Training Using the Ball and Bozu!
Core Training Using the Ball and Bozu!
Guest(s):Jennifer Wheeler, Exercise Physiologist at Sharp Memorial Hospital
Topic:Alternative Resistance Strength Training
Topic Info:Listen in as we discuss how to get great results with out all the expensive equipment. Learn how to exercise after surgery and what are the best ways to work your core with the ball and the Bozu!
Original Air Date:3 / 6 / 2012
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