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What Kind of Training Burns the Most Calories? Featured
Fat Calories and Exercise
Fat Calories and Exercise
Guest(s):Philip Clifford, Ph.D.
Topic:Calorie Burning 101
Topic Info:Calorie counting and cutting has become more and more prevalent the last few years. You'd be hard-pressed to find something at the supermarket that does not list its calories per serving somewhere on the package. But have you ever wondered what exactly a ...
Original Air Date:11 / 10 / 2009
Air Sickness - Staying Healthy When Flying
Guest(s):Christopher Berger, Ph.D.
Topic:Staying Healthy While Traveling
Topic Info:Dr. Berger is the chair of ACSM’s Task Force on Healthy Air Travel. With many people traveling this winter for the holidays, it’s a relevant time to cover staying healthy while traveling. Dr. Berger can speak about the effects and drawbacks of (and re ...
Original Air Date:11 / 3 / 2009
Exercising Tips While on Trips Featured
New Technique Available for Pain Management
New Technique Available for Pain Management
Guest(s):Dr. Jan Kersschot
Topic:Pain Management
Topic Info:Biopuncture is a new procedure for pain relief whereby specific locations are injected with biological products. Most of these injections are given under the skin or into the muscles. Joining the show is Dr. Jan Kersschot to tell us all about this exciti ...
Original Air Date:10 / 28 / 2009
Is it Safe to Repair Knee Ligaments on Children?
Is it Safe to Repair Knee Ligaments on Children?
Guest(s):Craig Levitz, MD
Topic:Orthopaedics
Topic Info:A recent study to assess the risk and reward of repairing anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears in children 14 and younger will serve to allay the struggle orthopedists confront over the decision to perform ACL reconstruction on skeletally immature patie ...
Original Air Date:10 / 27 / 2009
ACL/ MCL, Repairing the Weekend Warrior Featured
Exercising With Colds and Flu: Is it Safe? Featured
Exercising to Enhance Your Immune System
Exercising to Enhance Your Immune System
Guest(s):David C. Nieman, Dr.P.H., FACSM
Topic:Exercising During Flu Season: Optimizing Your Immune System
Topic Info:If you want to prevent getting colds this season, then regular, moderate exercise may be just what the doctor ordered. Research has shown that exercise helps your immune system fight simple infections like colds and flu. Dr. David Nieman, director of t ...
Original Air Date:10 / 27 / 2009
Does Eating Well Help Your Immune System?
Does Eating Well Help Your Immune System?
Guest(s):David C. Nieman, Dr.P.H., FACSM
Topic:Exercising During Flu Season: Optimizing Your Immune System
Topic Info:If you want to prevent getting colds this season, then regular, moderate exercise may be just what the doctor ordered. Research has shown that exercise helps your immune system fight simple infections like colds and flu. Dr. David Nieman, director of t ...
Original Air Date:10 / 27 / 2009
"Supplement"ing Your Immune System
"Supplement"ing Your Immune System
Guest(s):David C. Nieman, Dr.P.H., FACSM
Topic:Exercising During Flu Season: Optimizing Your Immune System
Topic Info:If you want to prevent getting colds this season, then regular, moderate exercise may be just what the doctor ordered. Research has shown that exercise helps your immune system fight simple infections like colds and flu. Dr. David Nieman, director of t ...
Original Air Date:10 / 27 / 2009
Triathlons: Taking Your First Steps to Victory!
Triathlons:  Taking Your First Steps to Victory!
Guest(s):Rudy Dressendorfer, Ph.D., PT, FACSM
Topic:Triathlons 101: Do You Have What it Takes?
Topic Info:A triathlon is a multi-sport endurance event consisting of swimming, cycling, and running in immediate succession over various distances. Triathletes compete for fastest overall course completion time, including timed "transitions" between the individual ...
Original Air Date:10 / 20 / 2009
Training for Triathlons: Give it Your All
Training for Triathlons:  Give it Your All
Guest(s):Rudy Dressendorfer, Ph.D., PT, FACSM
Topic:Triathlons 101: Do You Have What it Takes?
Topic Info:A triathlon is a multi-sport endurance event consisting of swimming, cycling, and running in immediate succession over various distances. Triathletes compete for fastest overall course completion time, including timed "transitions" between the individual ...
Original Air Date:10 / 20 / 2009
Avoiding Injuries Before and During Your Triathlon
Avoiding Injuries Before and During Your Triathlon
Guest(s):Rudy Dressendorfer, Ph.D., PT, FACSM
Topic:Triathlons 101: Do You Have What it Takes?
Topic Info:A triathlon is a multi-sport endurance event consisting of swimming, cycling, and running in immediate succession over various distances. Triathletes compete for fastest overall course completion time, including timed "transitions" between the individual ...
Original Air Date:10 / 20 / 2009
Day of Triathlon Checklist Featured
What is Morton's Toe? Agony of De-FEET!
What is Morton's Toe?  Agony of De-FEET!
Guest(s):Dr. Burton S. Schuler
Topic:Foot Pain, Podiatry
Topic Info:Morton’s Toe cannot only cause foot problems, it can cause pains all over your body. Dr. Burt Schuler, foot specialist joins the show to clear up the confusion about your foot pain!
Original Air Date:10 / 14 / 2009
What is DOMS - Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness?
What is DOMS - Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness?
Guest(s):William “Turi” Braun, Ph.D., FACSM
Topic:Why Do Our Muscles Get Sore?
Topic Info:Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) describes why muscle soreness or muscle stiffness is typically felt 12-48 hours after exercise, particularly at the beginning of a new exercise routine, after a change in sports activities, or after a dramatic increase ...
Original Air Date:10 / 13 / 2009
How to Prevent Muscle Soreness
How to Prevent Muscle Soreness
Guest(s):William “Turi” Braun, Ph.D., FACSM
Topic:Why Do Our Muscles Get Sore?
Topic Info:Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) describes why muscle soreness or muscle stiffness is typically felt 12-48 hours after exercise, particularly at the beginning of a new exercise routine, after a change in sports activities, or after a dramatic increase ...
Original Air Date:10 / 13 / 2009
Structuring Your Workout to Limit Soreness Featured
Weight Training Regimen Options
Weight Training Regimen Options
Guest(s):William “Turi” Braun, Ph.D., FACSM
Topic:Why Do Our Muscles Get Sore?
Topic Info:Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) describes why muscle soreness or muscle stiffness is typically felt 12-48 hours after exercise, particularly at the beginning of a new exercise routine, after a change in sports activities, or after a dramatic increase ...
Original Air Date:10 / 13 / 2009
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