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With the International Olympic Committee as one of our founding members, the AISTS provides post-graduate Sport Management education, applied research and an engaging platform of connections. Discover the world of sports management through our exclusive podcasts focusing on Sports Medicine, featuring interviews with leading experts, professionals and academics. This podcast series was created by AISTS Head of Sports Medicine, Dr Boris Gojanavic (@DrSportSante) and are entirely scripted, reco ...
 
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This episode discusses the effectiveness of Cold Water Immersions on recovery post-exercise. This AISTS Sport Medicine podcast is created together with AISTS Class of 2020 Juan Lopez Salaberry and Eric Mackenzie, a former professional Australian football player to share his experience and knowledge about this topic.…
 
This episode talks about what happens to individuals when they climb Mount Everest. Carolina Gillespie and Robert Sheppard speak about how the body copes with the climb and instructions to overcome Altitude Mountain Sickness.저자 Discover the world of sports management through our MAS class
 
In 2018, the World Table Tennis Federation @wtt introduced a new ranking that drove top players to participate in even more events. Ma Long is considered a victim of this change. He was diagnosed with severe medial collateral ligament (MCL) injury shortly after its launch.저자 Discover the world of sports management through our MAS class
 
This is a great opportunity to learn from the pros. It is no coincidence that the tennis year is divided into a hard court, grass court and clay court season. Each surface sets different demands on the material and playing techniques. Learn how pros prepare specifically for each season to prevent injuries.…
 
The human metabolism is a complex system. If a diet is to be successful, a more precise understanding of the relevant mechanisms helps. This includes the fact that the body always strives for balance. If you don't understand how to "outsmart" it, a diet has little chance of long term success. Let’s look beyond the input vs. output rule.…
 
Injuries to joints and ligaments are particularly common in professional basketball. Do players not allow the injuries to heal because the pressure to perform is too high, or is it due to the specific, explosive side-to-side movements? And: find out which foul play is said to have initiated a rule change in Basketball and what the (prominent!) athl…
 
According to a 2015 OECD study, 20% of all adults worldwide are already overweight - and the trend has been rising for 30 years. Japan is the least affected, with 10 times fewer overweight people than USA. In this issue, you will find out how exactly this is linked to Japanese nutritional habits and which factor culture and tradition play.…
 
Physical and mental health together with social and communications skills all seem to be benefactors of hosting classes in the outdoor BUT how does health and safety, transport and weather impact outdoor lectures? Find out more in this episode on which modules have an increased benefit when taught outside.…
 
Squash has been listed as the healthiest sport in the world - Forbes 2016, however, it is a challenging sport for most beginners due to fear of injuries. Learn how you can have fun as the professionals do with a few simple tips to prevent Squash injuries.저자 Discover the world of sports management through our MAS class
 
What does Roger Federer, Dara Torres and Tom Brady, have in common?Their talent and success are not linked to their age!!! Learn longevity techniques utilized by these professional athletes that will help you perform at your peak longer.저자 Discover the world of sports management through our MAS class
 
Does the thought of playing tennis excite you? Find out why armature players are more prone to tennis elbow than professionals. Learn about the risks factors and prevention techniques that will speed up your game techniques with limited pain and injuries!저자 Discover the world of sports management through our MAS class
 
AISTS class of 2019's Roberto Pitta and Surbhi Kuwelar delve into the topic of elite sports. Does it lead to better or worse long term health? In this podcast, they discuss muscular-skeletal issues which can impact elite athletes as well as the mental health issues which are becoming more common with young athletes. The AISTS Sports Medicine Podcas…
 
For years stretching has been promoted as a way to prevent injuries, but is it true? In this month's Sports Medicine podcast, Yoori Jung and Guillermo Marin from AISTS class of 2019 aim find out. As an ex-professional rink hockey player, Guillermo had spent years stretching as part of his athletic career, only to find out that the benefits might no…
 
Is doping one of football's biggest secrets? That's what Gelmi Rick and Sierro Adrien from AISTS class of 2018 delve into in this episode of the AISTS Sports Medicine podcast. You can dope in any sport, yet football has seemingly escaped the suspicion put upon other sports such as cycling. Why is this? This and more is explored in this episode. The…
 
Weight cutting is a very common practice in contact sports. It is the practice of rapidly losing weight to fit in a certain weight category before a fight. What does science have to say about this? Is there a safe way to do it? What does the research show? Dimitrios Balomenos and Arthur Vignier from the 2018 Class have an interesting argument about…
 
Doping scandals threaten the Olympic Movement, and the public, even some athletes and sports organisations, have lost faith in the anti-doping system. How can the Athlete Biological Passport (ABP) help with this? How can it be further improved? What does the future look like for anti-doping? This month's AISTS Sports Medicine Podcast with Thomas Ro…
 
This month’s AISTS Sports Medicine Podcast talks about beer as a recovery drink. It is very common to go out for a beer after a team or group sports practice or game. But, does having a beer after a workout affect recovery? Is beer different to other kinds of alcohol? Listen to Melissa Drake and Santiago Peña, Class of 2018 to find out if there is …
 
This month’s AISTS Sports Medicine Podcast will be talking about nutrition, specifically whether it is possible for vegans to achieve the same performance level in sport as omnivores. Which kind of protein? Supplements? What else to do? Listen to know which are the main things to consider before going vegan as an athlete.…
 
This month's AISTS Sports Medicine Podcast will be talking about marathon running. The science says you shouldn’t run a marathon but AISTS participants, Michael Collins & Olivia Dilorati - Class of 2018, say you should. Who is right? Find out if you should run that next 42km race.저자 Discover the world of sports management through our MAS class
 
This month's AISTS Sports Medicine Podcast will be talking about one of the most asked questions by most physically active people - do we really need to stretch before and after exercise? Mansur Alacam and Sameer Janmohamed, Class of 2018, are focusing on stretching. They pose the question, which type of stretching is best to use before and after e…
 
This month's AISTS Sports Medicine Podcast will be looking at injuries from a different angle - a psychological point of view. Most of the time, when we think about an athlete’s physical injury, we tend to assume that the cause of this injury is related to a physical factor. Did the athlete forget to warm-up? Is it the type of training? What type o…
 
This months AISTS Sports Medicine Podcast will be talking about one of the most controversial topics in sport at the moment - androgen levels in female athletes. Tina Sharma and Goran Miletic recorded this podcast in the summer last year and have given the science behind the controversial topic of Caster Semenya. They also have interviewed Dr Campo…
 
This month's AISTS Sports Medicine podcast, presented by Ayesha Talpade and Pablo Rosetti discusses the legal, medical and ethical issues surrounding the Sharapova doping case. On March 06, 2016 Sharapova was informed by the International Tennis Federation that the ‘A’ sample collected from her at the Australian Open in January had tested positive …
 
This month's AISTS Sports Medicine podcast, presented by Gustavo Garrido and Zhen Ma looks more in-depth into the effects of repeated head traumas with NLF players. The studies about the effects of repeated head trauma on American football players are rather new. A study completed in 2007 concluded that “professional football players with a history…
 
This month's AISTS Sports Medicine podcast, presented by David Wardle and Kanav Dosajh, class of 2017, provide answers to the question - is more protein better? In sport, it is typically thought that more protein is better. This podcast looks more closely at whether athletes eat too much protein and how this could impact their performance. We all n…
 
This month's AISTS Sports Medicine podcast, presented by Pavla Foley, Lukas Gerber and Saeyong Ahn, looks more in-depth into the effects of taking creatine for athletes. Only creatine monohydrate is duscussed , not any other variations of creatine and it is in the supplement category A. Creatine is formed in the human body and helps to generate ene…
 
This month's AISTS Sports Medicine podcast, presented by Aditi Tyagi and Patrice Remarck, put forward the question of "What is the safe algorithm for decision making in RTP? Patrick was the head coach for the USA Taekwondo team's and he speaks about the several clinical Algorithms to execute a Safe Return to Play. Find out more below with this mont…
 
This month's AISTS Sports Medicine podcast, presented by Eduardo Cerdan Garcia and David Peradalta Negre from the class of 2017, attempts to answer the popular question of what makes an Olympian? Is it their genetics or is it the environment? They address the question with research from the 1000 Athlomes Project, up to date studies about long dista…
 
This months podcast, presented by MAS 2017 participants Shyamang Goswami and Jingyi Zhang takes a closer look at the traditional Chinese medicine technique of Cupping. Cupping is the term applied to a technique that uses small glass cups or bamboo jars as suction devices that are placed on the skin to disperse and break up stagnation and congestion…
 
This months podcast, presented by MAS 2017 partipants Mak Doric and Samiha Dabholkar, investigae the effects of strength training with children. Most parents who have a gifted son or daughter worry about this topic however the latest research says that the risk of injury related to strength training is the same as in any other type of physical acti…
 
Are you getting enough sleep to ensure your performance is at 100%? Kenyan runners on average run 130-140 miles every week and on average get 10 hours sleep at night and 2-3-hour nap during the day. Find out with this podcast how sleep can affect your training.저자 Discover the world of sports management through our MAS class
 
In this month's AISTS Sports Medicine podcast Joshua Parkyn and Carla Wuhrer discuss how athletes use banned substances legally through therapeutic use exemptions, better known as TUEs, and why these can be so controversial. This topic became highly relevant after in 2016 after a hack released the details of high- profile athlete’s that used TUEs. …
 
This year’s first AISTS Sports Medicine Podcast looks at the topic of "Can new technologies in MotoGP prevent riders from clavicle injuries" presented by Valentina Poggi and Tim Cetinich, class of 2017. Did you know that the maximum speed of a MotoGP motorbike is 361 km/h, 100 km/h more than the speed of an aeroplane that is taking-off. On average …
 
This month's AISTS Sports Medicine podcast Vineet Basu and Corentin Caporal explore the topic of PRP ,Platelet Rich Plasma, and try to answer the question “Is PRP actual science or relief from belief?” During the past several years, much has been written about a preparation called platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and its potential effectiveness in the tr…
 
In this month's AISTS Sports Medicine podcast Kyrian Mello and Stefanie Krysiak explore some of the myths related to workouts and in particular that of delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). They provide us with some great tips and advice and remind us to listen to your bodies. To find out what is the best measure of a good workout listen here.…
 
Are you doing all you can to recover after a long ride or run? Listen to the latest AISTS Sports Medicine podcast from Geena Krueger and Gianluca de Cristofaro who delve into the topic of recovery and the best way to recover after exercise through proper nutrition and sleep.저자 Discover the world of sports management through our MAS class
 
In the lead up to the Rio Olympics, a lot of media attention was focused on a mysterious virus called Zika. There was a fear that the Olympics could cause a spread of the virus worldwide by all the participants and athletes attending the event hosted in the hot zone of the mosquito borne disease. Find out here what the Zika virus is and how many ca…
 
In this month's AISTS Sports Medicine podcast we have Oladapo Ajayi and Otonye Iworima investigating the topic of exercise addiction. Former elite athlete, Otonye Iworima, a Nigerian triple jumper, who won a silver medal at the 2006 Commonwealth Games provides us with the latest up to date research on the topic and discusses who is likely to become…
 
In this month's AISTS Sports Medicine podcast we have Alexandre Pernet and Silvia Bernhard looking into the impact a gluten free diet could have on someones physical performance. Gluten is a mixture of proteins found in wheat and related grains. Gluten is appreciated for its viscoelastic properties. It gives elasticity to dough, helping it to rise …
 
In this month's AISTS Sports Medicine podcast Joana Cal and Michael Broadley discuss Unexplained Underperformance Syndrome (UPS) in endurance athletes. Namely, what is it and why does it occur? To do this, they kick off with a short role-play to highlight symptoms of UPS before delivering more in-depth details on both the physiological manifestatio…
 
This month’s podcast looks at why many athletes take a caffeine drink or drink coffee before they start a race or before their final sprint. It is not directly to stay awake, but rather the effects they are interested in are not so different from the effects you are looking for when you drink your morning coffee.…
 
This month’s podcast looks at how psychological factor can influence injuries for top athletes. Alvaro Abati and Juan Scmitz will take you through the psychological factors that can impact the injuries of top athletes and the type of injuries that could be caused by them, and then analyse whether psychological factors can impact the healing process…
 
Discover the world of sports management through the AISTS Sports Medicine podcast, featuring interviews with leading experts, professionals and academics.For 2017 the first AISTS Sports Medicine Podcast looks at the topic of "Is swimming in cold water good or bad for your health"? Christine Jennings, USA open water swimmer and Junjie Li dived into …
 
Discover the world of sports management through the AISTS Sports Medicine podcast, featuring interviews with leading experts, professionals and academics.Diabetes can occur in anyone. In Europe, between 35-40% of people will develop diabetes over their lifetime. Physical activity is the key to managing Type 2 diabetes . Learn more about diabetes wi…
 
Have you ever used ice to treat an injury? Using cold as a means of physical treatment is a practice that has been studied and used since the age of the ancient Egyptians, 4000 years ago. New treatment technologies over time have led us to cryotherapy, which is what many professional athletes used now days. Whole body cryotherapy only takes 3 minut…
 
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