EP 12: Preventing Energy Deficiency with Nicole Strock

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EP 12: Preventing Energy Deficiency with Nicole Strock
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Jason and Harjiv are joined by Nicole Strock, Kinesiology PhD candidate at Penn State studying the effects of energy deficiency on metabolism, reproduction, and bone health in exercising women. She is also the Coalition Coordinator for the Female and Male Athlete Triad Coalition, a non-profit organization promoting the health and well-being of athletes and active individuals. 

EP 11: Baseball Biomechanics with Kyle Wasserberger

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EP 11: Baseball Biomechanics with Kyle Wasserberger







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Kyle Wasserberger, currently a PhD student at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama, joins Jason and Harjiv to discuss his research in performance enhancement and  mechanisms of injury in athletes with an emphasis on baseball and softball players.

EP 11: Baseball Biomechanics with Kyle Wasserberger

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EP 11: Baseball Biomechanics with Kyle Wasserberger
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Kyle Wasserberger, currently a PhD student at Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama, joins Jason and Harjiv to discuss his research in performance enhancement and  mechanisms of injury in athletes with an emphasis on baseball and softball players.

EP 10: Applied Sports Science with Alex Ehlert

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EP 10: Applied Sports Science with Alex Ehlert







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Alex Ehlert is a Ph.D. student in the Human Performance Lab at Old Dominion University. A former collegiate golfer, Alex has two primary research interests; the effects of physical preparation on golf performance (e.g. strength and conditioning, nutrition, warm-ups) and the psychological aspects of gastrointestinal distress in endurance athletes. Within these research areas, Alex has a strong interest in “bridging the gap” between research and practice by conducting research that is relevant to the applied setting and through communication and collaboration with practitioners to help disseminate information to those who can benefit from it. 

EP 10: Applied Sports Science with Alex Ehlert

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EP 10: Applied Sports Science with Alex Ehlert
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Alex Ehlert is a Ph.D. student in the Human Performance Lab at Old Dominion University. A former collegiate golfer, Alex has two primary research interests; the effects of physical preparation on golf performance (e.g. strength and conditioning, nutrition, warm-ups) and the psychological aspects of gastrointestinal distress in endurance athletes. Within these research areas, Alex has a strong interest in “bridging the gap” between research and practice by conducting research that is relevant to the applied setting and through communication and collaboration with practitioners to help disseminate information to those who can benefit from it. 

EP 09: A Non-Linear Model for Spine Mechanics with Maryam Moeini

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EP 09: A Non-Linear Model for Spine Mechanics with Maryam Moeini







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This epsodes features a visit from Old Dominion third year PhD student Maryam Moeini. Maryam, with abackground in biomedical engineering, has allowed her to design a prosthesis and has spearheaded her interest in the bio mechanics and physiology of the musculoskeletal system.

EP 09: A Non-Linear Model for Spine Mechanics with Maryam Moeini

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EP 09: A Non-Linear Model for Spine Mechanics with Maryam Moeini
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This epsodes features a visit from Old Dominion third year PhD student Maryam Moeini. Maryam, with abackground in biomedical engineering, has allowed her to design a prosthesis and has spearheaded her interest in the bio mechanics and physiology of the musculoskeletal system.