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Event Date

9-13-2013

Event Location

Biddeford, Maine

Description

2013 sports medicine symposium at the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine.

Presenters and topics included:

W. Larry Kenney: Heat Related Deaths in Athletes; Michael S. Davis: Metabolic Lessons from the World’s Best Endurance Athletes; Christopher A. Toth: Form Dictates Function; Barry Braun: Interactions Between Pharmacology and Exercise to Prevent Type-2 Diabetes; Sean Walsh: Muscle Mass and Strength: Is it the “Gym” or my “Genes”?; Tamara King: Moving Towards a Better Understanding of Advanced Osteoarthritis Pain; William J. Kraemer: Resistance Training: Mythologies, Anecdotes, and Facts in the Search for Achieving Maximal Performance.

Keywords

metabolism, heat related death, diabetes prevention, muscle mass and strength, osteoarthritis, resistance training

Disciplines

Rehabilitation and Therapy | Sports Sciences

Notes

Symposium coordinated by University of New England professor Lara Carlson.

Presentations can be found in the video as follows:

00:03:45 -- W. Larry Kenney: Heat Related Deaths in Athletes

00:33:10 -- Michael S. Davis: Metabolic Lessons from the World’s Best Endurance Athletes

01:00:50 -- Christopher A. Toth: Form Dictates Function

01:33:00 -- Barry Braun: Interactions Between Pharmacology and Exercise to Prevent Type-2 Diabetes

02:02:00 -- Sean Walsh: Muscle Mass and Strength: Is it the “Gym” or my “Genes”?

02:26:50 -- Tamara King: Moving Towards a Better Understanding of Advanced Osteoarthritis Pain

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