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The only podcast you'll ever need... Cubs/MLB podcast with Andy from Pointless Exercise and David Brown from Bally Sports. Bears podcast and Movie Deep Dive Podcast with Andy and actor/comedian Mike Pusateri. And, "Mike and Andy Reminisce About Some Crap" features Andy and Mike Donohue remembering Bears and Cubs greats...and not so greats.
 
These are the Women in Sport and Exercise Academic Network (WiSEAN) podcasts. The overall purpose of WiSEAN is to grow, strengthen and promote research on women in sport and exercise, with the ultimate goal of optimizing women’s athletic success and their participation. We, therefore, invite academics, researchers and practitioners from sport and exercise to join us for our podcast, so they can share their thoughts, activities, research and advice. https://www.wisean.net/
 
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Exercise Is Health

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Exercise Is Health

Muscle Activation Schaumburg

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At Muscle Activation Schaumburg, we believe your health is your most valuable asset. Join hosts Charlie and Julie Cates as they discuss how to utilize exercise to help improve and maintain your health, as well as interviews with health and wellness experts from various fields including chiropractic, accupuncture, psychology, nutrition, and functional medicine. Both Charlie and Julie are certified personal trainers and Muscle Activation Techniques® practitioners in Schaumburg, IL.
 
Our bodies are evolving. In this podcast we explore a system of meditative exercises that can support us to move through this process consciously. Each episode includes discussion about the science of our changing bodies, as well as a guided journey to expand and adjust your developing light body. Learning to interface with your light body is vital to maintaining balance and strength in daily life, and is one of the most effective ways to generate personal and planetary health. This material ...
 
In this podcast I interview leaders in the field of exercise prescription. I talk to prominent researchers who investigate how exercise can improve different aspects of quality of life in different populations and clinical groups. Our conversations cover several topics. For example, we discuss what type of exercise is the best to improve brain health and reduce age related cognitive decline or how can we use exercise to ensure an optimal development in children and mobility and quality of li ...
 
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ExerciseMD

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ExerciseMD

Dr. Henry Svec

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By some estimates 47% of the North American Population don’t even do 10 minutes of exercise per week. In a few years it is estimated that 96% of those that reach the age of 65 will be suffering from a chronic disease. Diabetes is a growing concern with obesity that appears to be telling us that many of us will outlive our overweight children. ExerciseMD is about helping change this inevitable reality. To get you active, to get you exercising regardless of your exercise history. Even if you h ...
 
Two sisters that explore the world of exercise science research applications. This podcast is great for fitness professionals and exercise enthusiasts alike. The dynamic of the show is a teacher student narrative. Where Olivia, a certified Exercise Physiologist with a BS and MS in Kinesiology informs the listener of science backed exercise information, new research articles, and walking through physiological/mental concepts related to exercise. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/estldr/ ...
 
Cardiac Exercise Research Group (CERG) studerer effekten av trening som medisin for å behandle hjerte- og livsstilsrelaterte sykdommer. Målet vårt er å finne optimale treningsprogram slik at vanlige mennesker får og bevarer god helse gjennom hele livet. The Cardiac Exercise Research Group (CERG) studies the effect of exercise as medicine for heart and lifestyle related diseases. We aim to define optimal exercise programs to help everyday people improve their health and stay healthy throughou ...
 
Smart Exercise is about using science with exercise to lose weight, build muscle and burn fat while protecting your joints. JJ Flizanes was named Best Personal Trainer in Los Angeles for 2007 by Elite Traveler Magazine. She is an Empowerment Strategist and the Host of The Fit 2 Love Podcast Show. With 20 years in the fitness industry, JJ will show you how to use exercise to get results and protect your body at the same time as you age.
 
Pranayama instructions for more energy, deeper awareness and higher consiousness. Breathing exercises for beginners and advanced. From simple alternative nostril breathing to advanced forms of Murccha – discover Pranayama in a very deep way. Published by Yoga Vidya, Europe’s leading Yoga Network.
 
Being a cancer survivor brings its own set of challenges that can affect every aspect of your life. Join Ciaran Fairman, alongside leading researchers, doctors, health professionals and cancer survivors themselves, as they bring you the latest in exercise, nutrition, and lifestyle behaviors to reduce cancer risk and improve survivorship.
 
Psychological factors can play a significant role in sport and exercise. In sport, psychological preparation could mean the difference between winning and losing, whilst in exercise psychological factors could dictate whether or not we decide to even start an exercise programme. What are the links between exercise and mental health and what does it really take to stick to a programme of regular physical activity? This material forms part of The Open University module E233 Sport and exercise ...
 
Exercise Addiction. Everything surrounding fitness, addiction, nutrition and how to get a 6 pack. -Ben Chiseld gives the physiological reasoning behind the biggest topics in mental and physical health in order to help us understand why we are, or are not meeting our own expectations. His short, “straight to the point” podcasts are a great way to get motivated and learn new life hacks based on his trial and error experiences. A great listen for short car rides.
 
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Exercises For Injuries

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Exercises For Injuries

Rick Kaselj of Exercises for Injuries

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Rick Kaselj specializes in helping clients use exercise to overcome their injuries. Rick shares his knowledge and experience with other fitness professionals across North America through live courses, webinars and books. This podcast is made up of audio clips featuring some tips and information for fitness professionals on the topic of exercises and injuries. To learn more about Rick Kaselj you can exercise and injury blog at ExercisesForInjuries.com.
 
The Love Your BODcast is a combination of humor, science, and real world experience to help women who are on a quest to quiet the battles with food, exercise, mindset, and their bodies. From expert interviews to solo shows, this BODcast has you covered. Join us for the FREE 14-day Love Your Body Challenge at: http://www.fitmomrevolution.com Come have fun on Facebook, too!: https://www.facebook.com/thefitmomrevolution
 
Welcome to Exercising Your Faith, where we build wisdom in people’s lives so they can move forward with purpose in God’s plan. Whether your struggle is personal, professional, or spiritual, we look to provide the guidance necessary to reconnect you with your faith and propel you on a path of strength in mind, body, and spirit. It’s time to exercise your patience, endurance and faith, with your hosts Dave and James.
 
This podcast flows from our Healing Light Prayer Ministry team gatherings at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Gladstone, NJ. They focus on connecting with God in simple practical ways. We are Christians, but invite anyone of any faith or even with no faith at all to utilize these podcasts. Each podcast begins with a short introduction and then immediately walks the listener through a quiet guided prayer. We have experienced the presence of God in amazing ways ourselves and seen Him heal others ...
 
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Does your workout routine resemble an island of misfit exercises?? You do that one thing you saw online and the other thing you picked up from PT and a few others that you are still holding onto from high school... If this sounds all too familiar, listen up! There is a very simple way that you can overhaul your workout routine to make sure it is hi…
 
The baseball playoffs start on Friday, and apparently the Cubs aren't in them, but there's still fun stuff to talk about. The guys have some fun with the top 20 home run seasons in the history of both leagues. They ponder how many teams that actually tried to make the playoffs this year didn't. (It's not many.) They look at the playoff brackets and…
 
Dr Natalie Brown is a research associate based at Swansea University and Sport Wales, working with the Welsh Institute of Performance Science. Her specialist area is the menstrual cycle and sport, supporting all levels of performance, whether that is the Olympic Games or helping women and girls have an active lifestyle. Both her research and applie…
 
Are you stuck in a conflict with someone or something in your life? Does it feel difficult or even impossible to resolve? You may have never considered that you can use your own body to open a flow of communication and harmony. In today’s episode we’ll go through a meditative process to try this out and see how it works for you. We’ll begin with so…
 
Thank you for leaving a five star review of this show! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ieltscast-weekly-shadowing-exercises-for-ielts-speaking/id1070129363 This week, you will be training to speak about the topic of spontaniety and unexpected situations. Try the full shadowing exercise here: https://www.ieltsspeakingblog.com/view/courses/vide…
 
The Bears went to New Jersey and muddled around for a few hours and came home no longer tied for first place in the NFC North. Was this a blow to their Super Bowl hopes? The guys discuss that, and how you can fall for the same play over and over and over. Did Justin Fields play better or did everybody else just play worse? Why did the Giants have a…
 
It's hard to express just how hyped the season opener for the Bears was in 1987. It was on Monday Night Football, it was against the defending Super Bowl Champion Giants, both teams had been 14-2 in the 1986, they had met in the 1985 NFC Championship Game and the Bears dominated them...and, Mike Tomczak was playing QB for the Bears! OK, maybe that …
 
Sign up for the FREE daily newsletter: ieltsspeakingblog.com Here is the full sample response as heard in this week's episode: Describe something that surprised you. You should say -what it was -how you found out about it -what you did -and explain how it made you feel Well, unfortunately, I am about to describe an event that surprised me in a nega…
 
Is your skincare routine doing more harm than good? Are the products you are using making your skin less healthy? Are you wanting to have healthy, vibrant skin without spending hours every day (or week) caring to it? On this week's episode of the Exercise Is Health® podcast, Julie and Charlie sit down with skincare expert Chris Gibson (with over 16…
 
The first place, 2-1 Bears are doing it the old fashioned way with an opportunistic defense, a rugged running game and a passing game that looks like came straight out of the 1920s. Is it too early to give up on Justin Fields? Yes. Is it too early to worry about him? Maybe? The guys discuss what's wrong with the passing game, why the Bears are runn…
 
How important is workout variety when it comes to building your health? Should you be doing a different workout every time? Should you do different types of exercise throughout the week? Or should you try to stick to the same things and do them over and over? On this week's episode of the Exercise Is Health® podcast, this is exactly what Julie and …
 
David Brown is back to talk baseball and the guys talk about whether anyone can have a good enough season to be more valuable than Shohei Ohtani. They talk about Aaron Judge's run at the American League triple crown (and he homers right in the middle of the podcast) and about whether Paul Goldschmidt has a chance to get a triple crown in the NL. Th…
 
I hope you found this episode helpful! Free daily IELTS newsletter: https://www.ieltsspeakingblog.com/ Please leave a 5 star review! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ieltscast-weekly-shadowing-exercises-for-ielts-speaking/id1070129363 Here is a transcript of what is heard in this episode: Where are you from? I am from a lovely seaside town abo…
 
For some reason the NFL insists on foisting the Bears and Packers in Lambeau at night, on national TV on us. They should know better. The Bears were overmatched, again, and while they kept the score superficially close, the outcome was really never in doubt. The Bears ran the ball well at the beginning and near the end, but did nothing in between. …
 
It is probably the most infuriating season in Cubs history (and that's saying something with this bunch). The Cubs patched almost all of their holes from the year before when they gagged away a pennant, and the fans were manic from the first game on. Greggie came home, the Cubs stole Derrek Lee, added Todd Walker for some reason and traded for the …
 
Have you ever wondered if it is too late for you to start exercising? Like at what point does it become too late to start getting benefits from exercise? If you haven't exercised for a while - or ever - is there a point when it just isn't worth it anymore? On this week's episode of the Exercise Is Health® podcast, these are the exact questions that…
 
Was the Bears win over the Niners a sign that they're better than people thought, or just that they're good mudders? What were the good signs to take away from game one and the bad ones that invariably get washed away in the glow of victory? Did the Bears really have the advantage in the rain, or is it a good sign that a 49ers team built to dominat…
 
Thank you for tuning in this week! Look below to find a full transcript of what was heard in this week's sample IELTS Speaking response. Be sure to sign up for the free daily IELTS Speaking newsltter at: https://www.ieltsspeakingblog.com/ If you derived value from this lesson, please leave a five star review of this podcast at iTunes! https://podca…
 
In this podcast we do meditative processes that open doorways of perception. Like focusing the aperture of a camera and watching a whole scene suddenly come into clear focus, you can adjust your nervous system to directly experience dimensions of in-form-ation that were previously unavailable. Your world literally widens in scope and creativity, ju…
 
The Bears had put the NFL on notice with a big win over the (then) Redskins a couple of weeks prior, but they had a big score to settle when they went to San Francisco in week six in a rematch of the 1984 NFC Championship game. The Bears punched the Niners in the face early and often, Jim McMahon made some great throws (and one absolutely horrible …
 
Does getting started with your workouts feel overwhelming? Maybe you are actually intersted in exercising... But the idea of trying to figure out what to do, when to do it, what to wear, what equipment you will need... And eveything else that goes along with working out just feels like so much to think about that it is actually stopping you from ex…
 
The Bears podcast is back and so is Mike Pusateri for his third season. They take a look at the roster and try to figure out who the hell these guys are. What are reasonable expectations for the Bears with a first year head coach, a second year quarterback and the greatest kicker in football history? If the Bears improved their secondary so much wh…
 
Talk about someone you follow on social media. Please say -who the person is -why you follow him/her -what content he/she posts on social media -and explain why you find him/her interesting I have only recently started following celebrities and other public figures on social media. Up until now I reserved “following” and “friending” only for people…
 
The Cubs had two Hall of Famers on their pitching staff, they literally got to write in any salary they wanted to pay another Hall of Famer to join their outfield, and they won 75 games. The year was 1987, Wrigley Field's last without lights, Harry Caray had suffered a stroke and a raft of "celebrities" filled in for the first couple of months on t…
 
David Brown is back from vacation (and he wasn't robbed) and the guys take the bold stance that darnit, the Cubs SHOULD find a way to trade for Shohei Ohtani. They really went out there on a limb for that one. The talk about how much a team will have to give up to get Shohei and how much they'll have to pay him. They also discuss how long it would …
 
Using exercise to build your health comes down to one thing... consistency. So how can you exercise consistently not just for the next few months, but long term for the next few decades (and beyond)? More than that, how can you make the commitment to exercise consistently? Becuase sticking with your workouts for the long-haul will be much easier if…
 
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