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Ever considered running a marathon, but thought that it's impossible? Curious to know what it's like to train with a coach? Join first time marathoner Duane France and experienced endurance coach Morgon Latimore, The Peoples Coach, as they work together to show that, with the right training and motivation, a marathon is not just for superhuman athletes...mere mortals can do it too!
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The Extra Mile Podcast- GALLOWAY EDITION is a podcast for runners of ALL abilities who want to learn everything they can about the Galloway RUN/WALK/RUN training method right from Jeff ! This podcast will Run/Walk you right through Jeff's 30 week marathon training schedule and gently get you to the finish line of your fall marathon "INJURY FREE"!!!
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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 ...
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Ever wish you could ask your running questions to our staff of expert coaches? How about listen in on questions your fellow runners have? Now you can with the RunnersConnect Extra Kick Podcast! Our coaches will give in-depth answers to your running questions 5 days per week. Get actionable lessons in our bite-sized podcast while you run, when you’re at the gym, and on your commute
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In this insightful episode we explore the intricate world of measuring physical activity and sedentary behavior in occupational settings, focusing on the distinct differences between white and blue-collar jobs. Dr. Tikkanen introduces innovative methods for capturing the nuances of occupational activities, emphasizing the value of using acceleromet…
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In this episode, Dr. Olli Tikkanen takes us on a journey into the heart of early childhood movement, sharing findings from a recent study on how four-year-old children sitting and activity behaviours in kindergartens in Kouvola, Finland. This research gives us a closer look at the daily patterns of physical activity and sitting among young learners…
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In this episode we look into physical activity profiles, an interesting way of clustering individuals based on their sedentary behaviour and physical activity behaviours. We look into how individuals can be grouped based on their habits of physical activity and sedentary behavior, creating categories like the couch potato, weekend warrior, ant, and…
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In the third part of the "Physical Activity Researcher Podcast" with Dr. Sebastian Ludyga, the conversation deepens into specific studies and practical applications of physical activity in educational settings. Dr. Ludyga and host Dr. Olli Tikkanen explore the concept of exercise breaks in schools, particularly focusing on how these can rejuvenate …
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This episode focuses on the important task of measuring sedentary behavior and physical activity among older adults. Based on an article from the team, this discussion emphasizes the growing need to accurately assess these behaviors as our global population ages. Proper measurement is crucial for supporting health, independence, and quality of life…
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In the second part of this enlightening episode of the "Physical Activity Researcher Podcast," Dr. Sebastian Ludyga continues his discussion with host Dr. Olli Tikkanen, delving into the complexities of exercise and its effects on cognition, particularly in the context of long-term changes. Dr. Ludyga explains how different types of physical activi…
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In this episode, we take a deep dive into the pivotal role of Heart Rate Variability (HRV) in athletic training and sports science. This comprehensive discussion covers the foundational principles of HRV and its practical applications in optimizing athletes' training schedules, enhancing recovery, and improving overall performance. Dr. Tikkanen exp…
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In this episode, which is part of our mini-series "Active Brain," Dr. Ludyga shares insights from his early work where he investigated brain activity through EEG during cycling exercises. ---------- Dr. Sebastian Ludyga, a distinguished research group leader at the University of Basel in Switzerland. Dr. Ludyga brings a wealth of knowledge from his…
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In this episode we delve into role of HRV in evaluating cognitive function and its broader implications in the field of neurological research. The conversation illuminates the intricate connection between HRV and various cognitive processes, including attention, memory, decision-making, emotional regulation, and the body’s response to stress. Throu…
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In this episode of the Physical Activity Researcher Podcast, Dr. Olli Tikkanen introduces us to the Fibion Vitals, a new wearable device designed to advance the measurement of health indicators in research settings. Dr. Tikkanen details the specifications of Fibion Vitals, highlighting its capabilities in tracking a wide array of signals including …
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In this episode of the Physical Activity Researcher Podcast, hosted by Dr. Olli Tikkanen, we explore the essential aspects of Heart Rate Variability (HRV) and its importance in health, wellness, and athletic performance. Dr. Tikkanen provides an insightful overview of HRV, explaining its function as a key indicator of the autonomic nervous system's…
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In the second part of this intriguing episode of the Physical Activity Researcher Podcast, Dr. Olli Tikkanen continues his conversation with Dr. Javier Brazo-Sayavera, focusing on the nuts and bolts of the Global Matrix initiative and how it's evolving with its 5.0 registration process. Dr. Brazo-Sayavera shares practical insights for countries int…
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In this brief yet informative episode of the Physical Activity Researcher Podcast, Dr. Olli Tikkanen shares exciting news about the upcoming content and directions for the show. After a short break filled with personal milestones, including welcoming a new family member and moving podcast is back with fresh episodes that promise to enrich listeners…
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In this engaging episode of the Physical Activity Researcher Podcast, Dr. Olli Tikkanen sits down for a chat with Dr. Javier Brazo-Sayavera, who hails from the University of Pablo de Olavide in Spain, to discuss about the Global Matrix initiative. This significant effort focuses on monitoring the physical activity levels of children from various co…
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This is the second part of our conversation with Dr Darryn Stamp where we explore complexities of athlete transitions within professional football. The conversation moves to exploring embodiment and relationship with sport post-retirement. Why is it that some elite and professional athletes have little interest in sport and exercise after their ret…
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Dr. Malin, renowned for his work in utilizing exercise as a therapeutic intervention against obesity, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease, shares his insights on the optimal timing and type of exercise for managing these conditions. The discussion also touches on the physiological and behavioral aspects of circadian rhythms, offering a nuan…
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🎤 Dive into the riveting discussions of ProPass Session 4 as top experts, including Professor Andreas Holtermann, unravel the future of wearable research. 🌟 Stay tuned to discover groundbreaking insights from an esteemed panel on new directions in the wearable tech landscape. In the captivating third part of ProPass Session 4, a panel of seasoned e…
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🔍 Dive back into ProPASS Session 4 (Part 2) as the conversation on wearables intensifies with insights from Prof. Holtermann, Prof. Ware, and more. 🚀 Explore the next phase of wearable tech, from research applications to future innovations, with the expert panel. Reconvening for the second part of ProPASS 2023's Session 4, we delve further into the…
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Dr. Malin, known for his research on using exercise as a therapeutic tool against obesity, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease, shares insights into how individual chronotypes – whether one is an early bird or a night owl – can significantly influence exercise effectiveness and overall health. ----- In this enlightening episode of the Physi…
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🔍 Join an elite panel, including Prof. Stenholm and Dr. Strain, as they illuminate the road ahead for wearables in research during ProPASS Session 4. 🎙️ Engage with thought leaders as they dissect challenges, opportunities, and the future of wearable tech. In ProPASS 2023's riveting Session 4, we plunge into the burgeoning realm of wearable researc…
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🔍 Discover the integration of wearable technology in cardiovascular healthcare with Professor Tim Chico's enlightening ProPASS session. 🩺 Dive into the challenges and advancements of device-based physical activity measurements in modern cardiac care. In this enlightening ProPASS 2023 session, Professor Tim Chico delves into the rapidly evolving wor…
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This episode explores various aspects of exercise science, from the efficacy of different exercise intensities to the psychological factors influencing adherence to physical activity. --- In this episode of the Physical Activity Researcher Podcast, Dr. Olli Tikkanen welcomes Dr. Steven Malin, Associate Professor and Director of the Applied Metaboli…
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🔍 Dive into the intriguing world of wearable technology with Professor Jason Gill's insightful talk at ProPASS 2023. 🎙 Explore the challenges and opportunities of using wearables to measure physical activity in modern research and healthcare. Embark on an enlightening journey through the realm of wearable technology with Professor Jason Gill in thi…
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🌐 Dive into the future of data with Professor Robert Harle's enlightening Keynote Address at ProPASS 2023. 🔍 Explore the new directions and paradigms reshaping the world of data analytics. Dive deep into the cutting-edge world of data analytics with Professor Robert Harle as he presents his keynote address at ProPASS 2023. This session, aptly title…
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🔬 Dive deeper into ProPASS with Professor Stamatakis' revelations on wrist accelerometry. 🌐 Dr. Matthew Ahmadi brings the spotlight to the "Unified Wearables Framework" revolutionizing health data collection. As ProPASS 2023 moves forward, Professor Emmanuel Stamatakis resumes his insightful exploration into the "expansion of ProPASS to wrist accel…
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🔍 Professor Alan Donnelly elucidates the intricacies of ISMPB at ProPASS 2023. 📊 Dive into the realm of physical behaviour measurement and its global significance. In the second session of ProPASS 2023, Professor Alan Donnelly takes the podium to unfold the vast domain of the International Society for the Measurement of Physical Behaviour (ISMPB). …
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Today’s episode continues explorations of the complexities of athlete transitions within professional football. Career transitions often present a challenge to an athlete's identity and change their position in their relational networks. While career transitions have been an established topic in sport psychology, they are still underexplored from a…
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🔍 Professor Mark Hamer ushers in Day 2 of ProPASS with a deep dive into "New Data and New Directions". 📈 Join Professor Emmanuel Stamatakis as he unveils the potential of wrist accelerometry in ProPASS's evolution. Dawn of Day 2 at ProPASS 2023 sees Professor Mark Hamer steering the discussions towards the theme "New Data and New Directions". He me…
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🌍 Discover the intricacies of health metrics, trends, and the implications for global health. 🩺 Dive into the depths of Denmark's health landscape with Dr. Christina Bjørk Petersen as she unravels "The Danish Health and Morbidity Survey" at ProPASS 2023. In a riveting session of ProPASS 2023, Dr. Christina Bjørk Petersen provides an exhaustive over…
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🌧 Join Dr. Joanne McVeigh as she navigates the intriguing dynamics of "The Rain Study" at ProPASS 2023, uncovering the essence of a multigenerational lifecourse. 🧬 Dive deep into the layers of generational insights and understand the lifecourse like never before. In a captivating Session 3 of ProPASS 2023, Dr. Joanne McVeigh brings forth the intric…
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🔍 Dive into the intricacies of active ageing with Dr. Laura Karavirta's comprehensive look at the AGNES study during ProPASS 2023. 🧬 Learn about the Finnish cohort and its profound insights into 75, 80, and 85-year-old men and women. In the enlightening Session 3 of ProPASS 2023, Dr. Laura Karavirta provides a comprehensive exploration into the AGN…
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This is the first part of our discussions with Dr Emily Ryall where we explore foundational questions about meaning of sport in human life. Sport is clearly trivial: we cannot survive without food and shelter, but we can easily survive without sport. Why, then, are so many people across the globe passionately involved in sport? And if sport is triv…
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🌐 Discover the intricacies of the Middle-age Soweto Cohort (MASC) with Dr. Professor Lisa Micklesfield in this enlightening ProPASS session. 📚 Dive deep into the future strategies and implications for global health research. In this riveting Session 3 of ProPASS 2023, Professor Lisa Micklesfield delves into the nuances of the Middle-age Soweto Coho…
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🚀 Witness the transformative vision for global physical activity research and its implications. 🌍 Dive into the future of ProPASS with Dr. Borja Del Pozo Cruz as he elaborates on the consortium's expansion to LMICs and beyond. In the captivating Session 3 of ProPASS 2023, Dr. Borja Del Pozo Cruz takes the audience on a journey into the future of Pr…
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<< This episode is lead by a new co-host Dr Noora Ronkainen >> Understanding the philosophical debates around paradigms of qualitative research and finding one's position is one of the most challenging tasks for PhD students and early career researchers. In this episode, Dr Gareth Wiltshire explains the debates and how he came to position his work …
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📊 Discover ISPAH's ambitious vision and the challenges and opportunities it presents in the realm of policy and research. 🌎 Join Dr. Karen Milton as she unravels the intricacies of global partnerships in physical activity research during ProPASS 2023's Session 2. In the enlightening Session 2 of ProPASS 2023, Dr. Karen Milton delves deep into the v…
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📚 Dive into Dr. Jo Blodgett's profound exploration of device-measured physical activity and its ramifications on cardiometabolic health during ProPASS 2023's Session 1. 🌐 Discover insights from her recent article, linking activity types, posture, and health markers. In the eagerly awaited Session 1 of ProPASS 2023, Dr. Jo Blodgett illuminates the a…
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Amy has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Leeds, who undertook a work placement year at BiB in 2017, working on the ‘Primary School Years’. Amy is currently a PhD Student, working with the JU:MP team and Loughborough University. Her PhD will focus on developing and implementing an intervention to increase physical activit…
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In this episode, Noora and Mark discuss their work together on the spiritual dimension of sport. While there is growing literature on spirituality in health psychology and occupational psychology, it still remains a somewhat marginal topic in sport studies and especially sport psychology. The episode focuses on exploring what spirituality is, the c…
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What kind of being is the sporting human being? For Professor Gunnar Breivik, a human being is the homo movens and the homo ludens: a playful and active being that explores the world and its own possibilities. Our guest explains key ideas in Heidegger's work in Being and Time while also arguing that the ways of ‘worldmaking’ disclosed in sport are …
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🔍 Discover groundbreaking findings on device-measured physical activity types and their link to health markers. 📊 Dive deep into the world of physical activity and cardiometabolic health with Dr. Matthew Ahmadi in this ProPASS session. In the riveting Session 1 of ProPASS 2023, the spotlight shines brightly on Dr. Matthew Ahmadi as he delves into t…
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🎤 Join Dr. Vegar Rangul as he eloquently wraps up the highlights of ProPASS Day 1 and gives a sneak peek into what Day 2 holds. 📅 Dive into a comprehensive overview, ensuring you're prepped and excited for the next phase of ProPASS 2023. In a meticulously crafted closing session, Dr. Vegar Rangul takes the audience on a reflective journey, highligh…
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In this enlightening episode of our podcast, Dr. Olli Tikkanen engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Professor James F. Sallis, a newly appointed Distinguished Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of California, San Diego. Professor Sallis, renowned for his extensive research on promoting phy…
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🔍 Dive deep into the innovative techniques that promise to change the landscape of physical behaviour analysis. 🛠 Discover the future of accelerometer data processing with Dr. Peter Johansson's revolutionary tool, ActiPASS, showcased at ProPASS 2023! 📊 Step into ProPASS 2023's Session 1, where groundbreaking innovations meet scientific rigor. At th…
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🔍 Delve into the intricate nuances of physical behaviour and cardiometabolic health with Dr. Richard M. Pulsford in ProPASS 2023's enlightening Session 1! 📚 Explore the groundbreaking study that unravels the methodological factors influencing data collection outcomes in observational studies. 🚀 Step into the world of ProPASS 2023 with its intriguin…
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In this enlightening episode of our podcast, Dr. Olli Tikkanen engages in a deep dive with the renowned Professor James F. Sallis, the newly appointed Distinguished Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of California, San Diego. Professor Sallis, also the Director of Active Living Research and an "obesit…
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🌍 Discover the intricate relationship between physical activity, posture, and sleep and their profound impacts on health outcomes. 🔍 Dive into the heart of ProPASS 2023 with Professor Emmanuel Stamatakis as he unveils groundbreaking insights from international research collaborations! 🚀 Dive deep into the ProPASS 2023 Conference with the enlighteni…
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In this enlightening episode of Dr. Olli Tikkanen's podcast, we are joined by the esteemed Professor James F. Sallis, a newly appointed Distinguished Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of California, San Diego. Recognized as an "obesity warrior" by Time Magazine and with over 500 scientific publicatio…
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In this bonus episode we are covering new possibilities in research designs that are now possible with advances in sedentary behaviour and physical activity measurement technology. With the new IoT – Internet of Things devices – longitudinal data collection becomes considerably easier. More accurate data makes studies better in many ways and enable…
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In the latest episode of the podcast hosted by Dr. Olli Tikkanen, listeners are treated to an insightful conversation with the distinguished Professor James F. Sallis. Professor Sallis, recently appointed to the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of California, San Diego, is a renowned figure in the realm of behaviora…
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