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November 14, 2022  ·  12 mins  ·  Video

Exercise Science

Lower extremity bone stress injuries (BSI) cause significant reductions in training time and personnel readiness in the military. The ability to efficiently screen incoming military personnel for BSI ...

#lower extremity

#bone stress injury

#injury screening

November 11, 2022  ·  9 mins  ·  Video

Exercise Science

In this podcast we discuss how to use the Max Range concept for practice periodization models. The concept was established in a 2017 publication regarding football data, but can be used for any sport. ...

#sports

#performance

#workloads

October 31, 2022  ·  16 mins  ·  Video

Exercise Science

Aerobic exercise elicits a multitude of physiological improvements in both healthy and diseased populations. However, acute changes in renal health and filtration with aerobic exercise remain difficul ...

#renal health and function

#moderate-intensity aerobic exercise

#cardiometabolic

October 27, 2022  ·  24 mins  ·  Video

Exercise Science

While low-carbohydrate, high-fat diets have re-emerged as a potential alternative fueling strategy for endurance athletes, there is still growing concern among individuals regarding an increased risk ...

#ketogenic diet

#performance

#sports nutrition

#inflammation

#cytokines

October 18, 2022  ·  5 mins  ·  Video

Exercise Science

The purpose of this investigation was to describe the body composition variables of male and female professional fighters. A total of 28 professional (UFC, WBO, IBF, UFC, Bellator, Eagle FC, Invicta) ...

#anthropometrics

#mixed martial arts

#bone mineral density

October 16, 2022  ·  13 mins  ·  Video

Political Science

This podcast introduces a new approach to the quantitative study of regime transformation and regime change. It describes the results of collaborative work at the Varieties of Democracy (V-Dem) Insti ...

#regimes

#regime change

#democratization

#autocratization

#data

October 12, 2022  ·  14 mins  ·  Video

Medicine and Health

Sport healthcare providers such as athletic trainers and sports physiotherapists in team based settings conduct functional testing at the time of pre-participation physical examinations (PPE) to ident ...

#gait evaluation

#biomechanics

#running related injury

October 5, 2022  ·  17 mins  ·  Video

Exercise Science

Vascular insulin resistance is a feature of obesity and type 2 diabetes that contributes to the genesis of vascular disease and glycemic dysregulation. Data from preclinical models indicate that vascu ...

#sedentary behavior

#sugar-sweetened beverages

#endothelial dysfunction

#blood flow

#sex differences

September 21, 2022  ·  10 mins  ·  Video

Exercise Science

Caloric expenditure in basketball games throughout a full competitive season is discussed in the podcast. I also talk about the importance of individually analyzing caloric expenditure to make fuel re ...

#energy expenditure

#metabolic

#fueling

September 9, 2022  ·  9 mins  ·  Video

Exercise Science

The purpose of this study was to investigate factors influencing the RER during cycling exercise and formulate regression models to determine which factors best explain RER during exercise, their rela ...

#nutrition

#cycling

#fat oxidation

September 9, 2022  ·  16 mins  ·  Video

Computer Science

Eye-tracking technology enables acquiring the user’s gaze and using it as an input for a variety of tasks. Primarily, this is realized with external devices (i.e., eye trackers) that incorporate infra ...

#human-computer interaction

#gaze tracking

#machine learning

#tensorflow

#mediapipe

#landmark detection

#facemesh

September 7, 2022  ·  10 mins  ·  Video

Exercise Science

Research is inconclusive regarding the association between aerobic fitness (objectively measured VO2max) and repeated sprint performance when the sprints are less than 40 meters. Soccer athletes must ...

#performance

#sprints

#soccer

September 6, 2022  ·  12 mins  ·  Video

Exercise Science

In this case study we assessed if daily high intensity jump loads contribute to fatigue and if there were differences in on-court performances between wins and loses. In the study we assessed daily ju ...

#wearable technology

#jump loads

#volleyball

September 2, 2022  ·  26 mins  ·  Video

Exercise Science

Basketball athletes engage in high intensities and research suggests >85% maximal heart rate is a high intensity threshold. The podcast details how heart rate responses vary throughout a competitive b ...

#wearable technology

#basketball

September 2, 2022  ·  15 mins  ·  Audio

Exercise Science

Average and maximal distance demands in NCAA DI football should be considered to optimally prepare athletes for competition. The podcast discusses distance workloads and the "Max Range" concept. ...

#football

#performance

#wearable technology

September 1, 2022  ·  19 mins  ·  Video

Exercise Science

Neuromuscular fatigue is multifactorial, especially throughout a competitive season. The study assessed a multitude of physiological and workload factors that contributed to fatigue throughout a divis ...

#basketball

#wearable technology

#football

September 1, 2022  ·  15 mins  ·  Video

Exercise Science

Multidirectional movements can be measured with wearable technology. Considering maximal workloads and intensities is essential for improving sports performance and enhancing return-to-play protocols. ...

#wearable technology

#football

#performance

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