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Although the world is becoming mostly sedentary, our bodies still require a wide variety of daily movements in order to work well. Many of us struggle to get regular exercise, but even that can fall short of nourishing the body from head to toe. How can we move more—a lot more—when we have sore, stiff parts and overly busy lifestyles? Join Katy Bowman M.S., biomechanist, author, and movement educator as she combines big-picture lessons on biomechanics, kinesiology, physiology, and natural hu ...
 
Hello and Welcome to Physical Activity Researcher Podcast! Physical Activity Researcher Podcast is the source of the latest research findings on all things related to physical activity, exercise, and health. World-renowned scientists and experts as guests in an informal and relaxed interview style format. New episodes on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. The podcast is for anyone who likes to learn scientific and evidence-based knowledge of physical activity, exercise, and health. Our listener ...
 
We are being wandering on this planet for years with sedentary lifestyle, living among problems all around us so this podcast is about lifestyle and lifestyle improvements. Solutions to common and serious problems opinions of mine. Personality development. And spiritual and mental well being. We will have query sessions time to time and you will start loving it here.
 
Our sedentary, cushioned lifestyles are making us and our planet sick. A major barrier to change in the fashion and footwear industry is a reluctance to discuss systemic challenges all Brands and Businesses are facing and the science supporting innovation and progress. The Vivobarefoot Podcast series ‘Sustain This?’ invites experts and rulebreakers to discuss the challenges we face for our plantery and human health.
 
It IS possible to be healthier, more productive, and achieve YOUR version of success in Hollywood…without sacrificing your sanity in the process. Creative burnout doesn’t have to be inevitable. Hosted by Zack Arnold (ACE), award-winning Hollywood film & TV editor of Cobra Kai, Empire, Glee, and more, documentary director, American Ninja Warrior in training, and father of two. The Optimize Yourself program helps creative professionals, entrepreneurs, and even weekend warriors more effectively ...
 
A series built to educate individuals in how to pursue their fittest lifestyle. Providing actionable information on exercise, nutrition, and all things fitness, you will gain the information necessary to reach the next level.Learn from experts including researchers, fitness professionals, athletes, as well as everyday people just like you. Those who’ve overcome life’s challenges to positively improve their health and fitness. Designed to provide interesting, in-depth conversations, learn how ...
 
The First Mile is a podcast for new runners. If you want to start running, but think you’re too old, too overweight, too out of shape and too slow, then you're in the right place. When it comes to running, everyone has to start somewhere, and every runners journey starts at mile 1. Some people call it running for dummies. We like to call it running for non-runners. So if you want to leave the inactive & sedentary life behind for good, and live the fit & healthy life that you envision for you ...
 
Every day our world edges ever closer to the abyss. Health care has become sick care. Obesity reigns. Disease is rampant. Being weak and unfit has become the norm. Saying we're sedentary is an understatement. We're overmedicated and under muscled. Let's face it, very few of us are walking around at our happy weight. Not only are we unhealthy, but we're unhappy and unsatisfied as well. How do we undo this? How do we fix it? How do we begin to heal? Join host Kerri Olkjer as she weeds through ...
 
Fitness In Post is a program designed for those in the post-production industry who live sedentary lifestyles. If you are tired of having no energy, fighting brain fog, and collapsing at the end of the workday, we are here to help. Post-production is known as the “pizza and beer” community, and there’s nothing wrong with those who make the choice to live that way. However, for people stuck in that culture who want to get healthier but don’t know where to start, there is now a resource. We sp ...
 
Running has so many benefits for the mind, body, & soul. But it can be SO hard to keep going because, let’s face it, RUNNING IS HARD! Join lifelong runner, running coach, and mother of two, Whitney Heins, as she talks with experts in areas such as nutrition, training and physical therapy to share their insider knowledge so you can run your best & BE your best in the time that you have. If you’re an avid runner, we’re here to help you understand the science, simplify the complicated and remov ...
 
Depressed? Overweight and leading a sedentary lifestyle? Then you've come to the right place; "My house My Foundation." My house My Foundation is an open discussion of the various issues that are causing every day people to submit to a life that’s less healthy and less fulfilling. My House My Foundation serves to investigate this national dilemma of poor health and lack of time for physical activity as we look into the lives of real people, real situations and the reasons behind the declinin ...
 
We live in a world of gnosis deferred. We have come to a point in our societal evolution where self-awareness and existential cognizance are scarce; and now more then ever, we are desperately struggling to reconcile the ethical, moral, political, and religious shortcomings of our global zeitgeist. The primary purpose of the Deferred Gnosis podcast is to bring together contrasting perspectives sourced directly from the fringe in order to deconstruct the preconceptions of our culture through t ...
 
Safe Work Australia broadcasts a series of free online seminars and podcasts that showcase the latest thinking, innovation, research and developments in work health and safety. Safe Work Australia leads the development of work health and safety and workers' compensation policy in Australia. www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au Visit us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter
 
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Today’s episode begins with two unconventional but remarkable Feats of Strength. After that, Eric presents a Research Review segment about the deleterious effects of sedentary time (even in people who regularly exercise), and some practical strategies for reducing sedentary time. Next, Greg reviews a study linking certain masculine traits to mating…
 
For some context, this was how Katy's talk was written up by the presenters at the library: Biomechanist, author, and movement expert, Katy Bowman, M.S., will provide an engaging and interactive presentation on how to age dynamically. Katy will cover the difference between movement and exercise, why both the whole body and each body part needs its …
 
Audio of the ProPASS' 4th Annual Meeting 27-28 April 2022, Introduction by Professor Emmanuel Stamatakis - Setting up and expanding large international consortia of wearable devices data. Physical Activity Researcher Podcast, ProPASS, and ISPAH collaborate to be able to bring you the events and webinars content in easy-to-consume audio format to yo…
 
Dr Bronwyn Clark is an epidemiologist specialising in the field of measurement of physical activity and sedentary behaviour. She is currently working at the School of Public Health, The University of Queensland and holds a NHMRC Early Career Fellowship. Dr Clark is interested in all aspects of measurement including self-reports and device-based met…
 
Dr. Holly Horan is a clinical, bicultural, and medical anthropologist at the University of Alabama studying how lived experiences contribute to perinatal health and birth outcomes . She chats with Chris and Cara about how her experience as a trained doula parallels her research investigating maternal stress and how her fieldwork has shaped the dire…
 
Motivational Interviewing and Imagery as Tools for Health and Fitness Professionals - Dr Jonathan Rhodes (Pt2) - Practitioner's Viewpoint Series Jon Rhodes is a chartered psychologist, who alongside studying part-time for a PhD at Plymouth University, works closely with students on the University's Sporting Excellence Scholarship Programme and with…
 
Physical Education is a contested domain in terms of what are the purposes of having it in our schools. Is PE about health, life skills, lifelong participation and/or other goals that we find worth pursuing? How can we support people's physical activity journeys in ways that movement activities support their life flourishing? These questions are at…
 
Today’s show is an uncharacteristically anecdote-heavy episode of the podcast. After Greg shares some new Feats of Strength, Eric presents a Coach’s Corner segment about a modified version of the “one-meal-a-day” (OMAD) eating pattern. This strategy, which may be described as protein-sparing-modified-time-restricted-eating, aims to capitalize on th…
 
Episode Summary Michelle Baxter is a mother of two who lives and trains in Anchorage, Alaska. Michelle became obsessed with running at age ten and, almost thirty years later, she’s still setting PRs, coaching others in their running goals, and she finally achieved her dream of running a sub 3 marathon in 2021. Today, Whitney and Michelle talk about…
 
Accelerometer data analysis with GGIR software package - Dr Jairo Hidalgo Migueles (Pt1) Dr Jairo H. Migueles studied Physical Activity and Sport Sciences (2009-2013) and a Research Master in Physical Activity and Sport at the University of Granada (2014-2015). He is currently doing his doctoral thesis at the University of Granada with the ActiveBr…
 
Chris and Cara are joined today by Dr. Bonnie Kaiser, anthropologist, global health researcher, and Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of California San Diego. On today's episode, they discuss her recent work on the relationship between mental health and medical pluralism in Haiti, idioms of distress, oncofertility, the power of …
 
Jon Rhodes is a chartered psychologist, who alongside studying part-time for a PhD at Plymouth University, works closely with students on the University's Sporting Excellence Scholarship Programme and with several sporting bodies in and around Plymouth including the psychologist for Plymouth Argyle and the Sports Performance Manager at Plymouth Stu…
 
Every PhD journey is different and has a story behind it. In this episode, we explore the story of one PhD project exploring the challenging journeys of novice runners as they begin running and develop running identities from a phenomenological perspective. As exciting as the research is, however, the background journey is perhaps even more fascina…
 
Today’s episode features two remarkable Feats of Strength – one from a human, and one from a tree. After that, Eric presents a Research Review segment in defense of dietary fiber, and Greg responds to some feedback about previous segments on oral contraceptives and the impact of exercise on mortality. Finally, the show closes with a discussion abou…
 
Most of what we want to do in life uses our body as a tool, and many don’t realize how to maintain the tool of our physicality. But it’s possible, by investing a little time, to maintain your body better not only for longevity’s sake, but so the things you want to do stay available to you, or even develop into greater capability and experience. Yes…
 
Professor Hunter is a rheumatology clinician researcher whose main research focus has been clinical and translational research in osteoarthritis (OA). He is the Florance and Cope Chair of Rheumatology and Professor of Medicine at University of Sydney and the Royal North Shore Hospital. He is ranked as the worlds leading expert in osteoarthritis on …
 
This week's guest is Dr. Heather Shattuck-Heidorn, an Assistant Professor of Women's and Gender Studies at the University of Southern Maine. Dr. Shattuck-Heidorn is also the Director of Engaged Communications at the Harvard GenderSci Lab. She tells Chris and Cara about the importance of interdisciplinary collaborations and critical thought in produ…
 
Dr Jaime de la Calle got his PhD in Exercise physiology and sport sciences at the Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (2018-2021). He is the founder and CEO at Sobre Rendimiento. Using this he is helping professional and elite athletes to reach outstanding results. --- This podcast episode is sponsored by Fibion Inc. | The New Gold Standard for Seden…
 
In this second part of our conversation with Dr Colm Hickey, we continue exploring the lives of professional footballers. We ask: how does athletes' relationship with sport change as they develop careers in high-performance sport? Is sport "just" work? We then move on to exploring the development of women's football and how organisations are suppor…
 
Today’s episode features a crazy (and historic) Feat of Strength, which leads into a discussion about whether or not sumo deadlifting is cheating. After that, Eric answers a few questions from listeners about topics including easy vegetarian protein sources, how to deal with a tendency to procrastinate, how long a weight loss phase can last, and wh…
 
Episode Summary Podcaster, Speaker, and Running Coach Linsey Hein joins today’s show to share her own experiences as a mother, marathoner, and coach. Lindsey discusses her podcast, I’ll Have Another, and the approach she takes to interviewing top-tier elite runners such as Lee Troop, Julie-Anne Staehli, and Heather MacLean, among others. Whitney an…
 
Ashokan Arumugam is an Assistant Professor of Physiotherapy at the College of Health Sciences, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. He is an Orthopedic Manual Physiotherapist with a special interest in physical activity analysis in sedentary and diseased populations, biomechanical analyses of the lower limbs, and neuroplastic changes in ind…
 
Dr. Glorieuse Uwizeye is an Assistant Professor at The Western University of Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada. Today, Chris and Alex talk to her about her work on the health impacts of the Rwandan genocide on youth. In particular, they discuss her recent paper entitled “Double Jeopardy: Young adult mental and physical health outcomes following co…
 
How to Market Your Sport Coaching Business? Why Daily Monitoring is Crucial in Elite Sports? Dr Jaime de la Calle got his PhD in Exercise physiology and sport sciences at the Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (2018-2021). He is the founder and CEO at Sobre Rendimiennto. Using this he is helping professional and elite athletes to reach outstanding r…
 
In today’s episode, we have another exciting conversation on athletes’ careers and lives in high-performance sport with a focus professional football. We know that the work-lives of professional athletes are uncertain and involve threats of de-selection and injury. What are the implications of the working conditions in professional sport for athlet…
 
Today’s episode features a huge breakthrough in Eric’s Road to Athens segment, which leads to a mini Coach’s Corner segment about training around hip pain. After that, Eric discusses his recent Stronger By Science article about body recomposition and gaining strength or muscle mass while in a caloric deficit. Finally, much of the show is dedicated …
 
In this episode, Katy shares an old blog post from her first long trail walk in minimalist shoes (back in 2008) as an example of how we need to pay attention to what we wear on our feet as well as what we are putting those feet on while we walk. Katy says that having a blog is sort of like having a diary. But, since she doesn’t have a journal or a …
 
Dr. Alex Channon currently is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Education and Sport Studies at the University of Brighton, UK. He teaches on undergraduate courses, covering topics including sociological aspects of PE and sport, qualitative research methods, and UK PE and sport policy. He also supervises doctoral research students, conduct original empi…
 
Chris and Cara talk with Dr. Graciela Cabana, Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. Dr. Cabana’s work focuses on the human genome from a biosocial and biopolitical context. In particular, she has been working on a project developed to understand how public perspectives of race and nationality are impacted by …
 
Dr Jaime de la Calle got his PhD in Exercise physiology and sport sciences at the Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (2018-2021). He is the founder and CEO at Sobre Rendimiento. His company is helping professional and elite athletes to reach outstanding results. --- This podcast episode is sponsored by Fibion Inc. | The New Gold Standard for Sedenta…
 
In this second part of our conversation with Dr Frank Martela we explore the concept of meaningful work and how it can inform researching meaningfulness in sport. Is meaningful work always a good thing, or could there be some detrimental effects if work has 'too much' meaning? Are athletes in a good position to find meaningful work? Frank shares hi…
 
Today’s episode features a big milestone in Greg’s Road to the Stage update, followed by a Research Review that’s sure to stir up some controversy and debate. Researchers recently reported that a little bit of resistance training is associated with lower risk of chronic disease and mortality, but doing more than 2-2.5 hours per week appeared to be …
 
Episode Summary Amy Stephens is a NYC-based dietician who specializes in sports nutrition and diabetes. She has been featured in publications such as the New York Times , Martha Stewart Living , and The New York Post , to name a few. With over twenty years of experience, Amy is passionate about health and helping others find realistic solutions wit…
 
Dr. Pescatello is Distinguished Professor of Kinesiology at the University of Connecticut (UConn). She holds joint appointments in the Departments of Allied Health Sciences, Nutritional Sciences, and Physiology and Neurobiology at UConn, and the Department of Community Medicine and Health Care at the UConn School of Medicine. Her research focuses o…
 
Dr. Adam Van Arsdale, a Professor of Anthropology at Wellesley College chats with Chris and Cara about why and how we need to rethink the way human anatomical evolution is taught. He discusses his recent presentations at the AABA in Denver and highlights his talk with Dr. Robin Nelson on the inconsistencies in how the term "population" is used by a…
 
In his late twenties, Josh reduced his hours working as a senior physiotherapist to do a PhD at Macquarie University (Sydney, Australia). His fascination with factors that influence health outcomes for people feeling pain drove him deep into the world of trying to work out what people think about pain. To begin to solve these mysteries, a tool was …
 
Today's episode explores insights from the extensive literature on meaning in life and how it can help us explore meaning in sport and physical activity contexts. Dr Frank Martela shares his work on meaning in life and how people find meaning in contemporary secular societies. We also explore why pursuit of happiness and meaning might lead to oppos…
 
Today’s episode features a Road to the Stage update by Greg, followed by a fascinating Research Review about the effects of spirulina supplementation on symptoms of allergic rhinitis. After that, Greg and Eric answer a few questions from listeners, covering topics including the effects of dietary fat intake on satiety, the pros and cons of suppleme…
 
Katy is sharing a portion of this live talk that she recorded on Orcas Island so more of you could benefit from straightforward and joyful tips to get kids on the move. Many of these tips were mentioned in her latest book Grow Wild: The Whole-Child, Whole-Family, Nature-Rich Guide to Moving More, but she has expanded on each tip or trick in the hop…
 
Dr Andy Daly-Smith is a reader in physical activity and healthy childhood. He leads the Wolfson centre for applied research health childhood theme. His research focuses on the design, development and evaluation of behaviour change interventions for physical activity and health in children. He is heavily involved in the Wolfson Centre for Applied He…
 
Dr. Briana Pobiner is a paleoanthropologist and Education Program specialist at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. She chats with Chris and Cara about her research on the evolution of human diets and the possibility that Homo erectus may have been scavengers instead of hunters. She talks about the issues associated with making broa…
 
Jacob Jungell got Master’s degree of Exercise Physiology in University of Jyväskylä. He has then worked as Project Worker and Lecturer in Arcada Univeristy of Applied Sciences, in Helsinki Finland. Currently he is working as a Teacher in Solvalla Sports Insitute and as Performance Coach in Hintsa Performance. ------------------------------------ Th…
 
This second part of our conversation with Prof. Kenneth Aggerholm explores the phenomenon of practising in physical education. Practising sounds like an inevitable part of participation in movement activities, and perhaps this is the reason it has been overlooked and has not received analytic scrutiny. What is practising and why does it have potent…
 
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