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Understanding Anatomy and Physiology
 
This podcast is a series of lectures on Anatomy and Physiology taught by Dr. Gerald Cizadlo. For a course outline and/or Dr. C's blackboard, please visit the Web site at http://faculty.css.edu/gcizadlo/AnatPhys/index.html. If you'd like to register for the free and open online course associated with Doc C.'s Intro to Anatomy and Physiology podcast, please go to http://go.css.edu/learn. The course is offered in Fall 2012.
 
Physiology of Exercise - CTW - 005
 
Intro to Anatomy and Physiology with Doc C.
 
PHYSIOLOGY OF EXERCISE - 020 - Lectures
 
Welcome to my free Anatomy and Physiology videos. If you like the videos here and they help you in your class please be sure to come visit my website at mrfordsclass.net for the entire course. Each lesson comes with lecture videos, interactive exam reviews and printable notes.Mr. Scott Ford, M.Ed. has developed courses and taught for public schools, colleges, the FBI, the DEA, and other government agencies. His educational videos have been used and seen by over half a million students worldwide.
 
KIN 3306 - Physiology of Human Performance
 
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101845 Human Physiology 101-51593 (1620 SP5 - 2016)
 
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Physiology secrets discusses the sports science behind endurance performance in bite-sized chunks using ordinary language.
 
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This is an audio podcast of the Shenandoah University PA504 Medical Physiology course taught by Dr. Bryant and Dr. Richard during the Summer2 2012 semester.
 
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Trust Scrici for a tell all, no holds barred exposé of the modern opera . . . well, modern as of . . . er . . . say, 1852. (Summary by MaryAnn)
 
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Professor Hallux is getting to grips with physiology!Physiology is the science of life. It’s all about how the body works and moves - and what the different parts do.Join Professor Hallux as takes a look at each part to see what fixes he can make to build a better body!
 
Dan Quintana is a scientist trying to better understand how our physiology influences behaviour. On this show you'll find a mix of episodes on research that's catching Dan's eye in biological psychology, interviews with other scientists, and Dan sharing his daily research process.
 
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Luke discusses a taper, heat load, race nutrition, and carb loading in the lead up to the Melbourne Marathon. More free resources at https://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermind
 
Luke provides an update on the 2,000 watt challenge and how the last 4 weeks of the program will focus on translating strength gains into sport specific performance. More free info @ https://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermind
 
Luke discusses how fast and slow twitch fibres adapt to strength and endurance training.
 
Luke discusses relative vs absolute power outputs and whether or not you need to worry about your weight for swimming, cycling, and running. More free resources at https://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermind
 
In this Q&A episode, I answer a question from the #PhDchat hashtag on twitter about how many paper you should read while writing up your lit review. ------- Links Original tweet with the question Dan on Twitter Video episodes on Instagram Video episodes on YouTube
 
Luke discusses the two TrainingPeaks metrics we monitor at METS to ensure an endurance athlete's aerobic capacity is consistently improving. More info at https://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermind
 
Luke and Nick discuss relative strength and how it relates to better running economy and increased resilience to high intensity training sessions. More free resources at https://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermind
 
Luke discusses how training the neuromuscular system provides rapid and significant results in just 2-4 weeks.More free resources at https://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermindJoin the Facebook community here: https://m.facebook.com/groups/824095464404632
 
Luke discusses whether making up for missed training sessions during the week is a good idea. More free resources at: https://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermind
 
I chat with Sophie Betka (Brighton and Sussex Medical School, UK) about her new study on how oxytocin influences attention to internal cues in social drinkers. You can watch the video version of this interview on Instagram TV or YouTube. Links The paper Sophie on Twitter Dan on Twitter Dan on Instagram Dan on YouTube…
 
Luke sets himself the challenge to produce a 2,000 watt cycling sprint in just 2,000 hours (83 days) of training! Listen in to get an insight into how he will attempt to achieve this. Subscribe to the podcast to follow along and also to the free METS mastermind page to view the weekly overviews and testing videos: https://go.metsperformance.com ...…
 
I chat with Anne Rimpel & Clarissa Zwarg (LMU Munich, Germany) about their new study on how oxytocin promotes attention to social cues. You can watch the video version of this interview on Instagram TV or YouTube. Links The paper Dan on Twitter Dan on Instagram Dan on YouTube
 
Luke discusses a better way to determine heart rate training zones than the generic 220-age if you can’t complete laboratory testing.More free resources at https://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermind
 
I answer a listener question from Joey on how to identify good meta-analyses when reading the literature. Links Dan on Twitter Dan on Facebook Video episodes on Instagram Video episodes on YouTube
 
I recently had a great chat with Stu Murray, who is an Assistant Professor at University of California, San Francisco. We cover a few topics including how to get the most out of Twitter as an academic, his strategy for revising manuscripts, and work/life balance. Links Stu on Twitter Dan on Twitter "Show your Work" book Human brain colouring bo ...…
 
I chat with Sally Grace (Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia) about her new meta-analysis of fMRI intranasal oxytocin studies. If you're on Instagram, you can watch the video version of this interview. Links Sally's paper Sally on Twitter Dan on Twitter Dan on Instagram Dan on YouTube…
 
In this Q&A episode, I answer a question from the #PhDchat hashtag on twitter about how to best convince mentors and co-authors to adopt preprints. I also share a personal preprint experience from last year that convinced me to preprint ALL my work. ------- Links Original tweet Preprint FAQ Dan on Twitter Video episodes on Instagram Video episo ...…
 
I spoke with Marian Bakermans-Kranenburg about her recent study on the impact of vasopressin on the processing of infant cries in expectant fathers. -------------------- Show links The study Dan on Twitter Dan on Instagram Dan on YouTube
 
I really enjoyed this chat with Josh Woolley (University of California, San Francisco) on intranasal oxytocin in psychiatry research. We talked about some of the major issues that the field of needs to address as well as some of the challenges of doing work in this area. Links: Josh's lab on twitter Dan on twitter Dan on Instagram…
 
I speak with Matt Wall (Imperial College, London) about a new paper he co-authored on the role of kisspeptin in emotional brain processing. We chat about the results of the study and the origins of this peptide hormone. If you're on Instagram, you can watch the video version of this interview here: https://www.instagram.com/tv/BlX8bsCFhT1/ ---- ...…
 
I introduce my new show and the two reasons why I started it. In this show you'll find a mix of episodes on research that's catching my eye in psychiatry and psychology, interviews with other scientists, and me sharing my daily research process. Links and show notes Dan's research Dan on Twitter Dan on Instagram YouTube channel…
 
Luke discusses how humidty affected athlete's results at the Gold Coast marathon on Sunday, and what you can do to combat it's effects.
 
Why does METS prescribe 5 zones for endurance athletes instead of 3, 6, 9 or 11?More free resources at https://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermind
 
Why is it easier to hold power cycling uphill compared to on the flat?More free resources at https://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermind
 
How can training camps be leveraged to maximise performance?More free resources at https://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermind
 
Luke discusses how altitude training, EPO, and blood doping improve VO2 max.More free resources at https://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermind
 
Luke discusses this differences between heat acclimatisation and acclimation, lactate threshold and anaerobic threshold, and aerobic capacity vs aerobic power
 
Luke discusses how and why Callum Hawkins collapsed towards the back-end of the Comm Games marathon.
 
Luke discusses the chronic adaptations of the respiratory, cardiovascular, and muscular systems and how they relate to improved endurance performance.More free resources at https://go.metsperformance.com.au/free-mets-mastermind
 
Luke provides an update on what’s going on behind the scenes as well as how velocity at Lactate Threshold is the main physiological KPI for endurance performance.
 
Luke discusses how muscles contract, and the role of inorganic phosphate and hydrogen ions in muscular fatigue.
 
Hallux and Nanobot have learned heaps about physiology – they talk about the history of physiology and some of the jobs people do in this field of science.
 
Touch, sight, hearing, taste, smell – our bodies have to do all sorts of jobs to enable us to sense the world around us. Professor Hallux thinks it might be possible to improve on how we do this – with some help from Smigeon, the prizewinning miniature carrier pigeon.
 
The urinary system does a lot of jobs to help our bodies filter out waste. Professor Hallux thinks his Biofiltration Extrapolator might be an improvement. But can it do everything our urinary system does?
 
There are around 200 different types of cells in a human body, all with different jobs to do. Professor Hallux thinks he’s designed a better solution that can do all the jobs – but what jobs are they?
 
Professor Hallux has decided that his new mobile phone is so clever, it would do a great job as a human brain. But what jobs does a brain do anyway?
 
Muscles do a number of really important jobs in our bodies. But Professor Hallux thinks he can invent an improved set of muscles. But will they do all the jobs that muscles have to do? And what are those jobs anyway?
 
Skin does a lot of jobs – keeping our bodies together, protecting us and helping keep cool. Professor Hallux thinks he can jazz up the body and that leopard print wrapping paper might be just the job. Although will it do all the jobs that skin does?
 
Professor Hallux has a crack at making a new and improved digestive system. There is certainly a lot to chew on, as the Professor learns more about the jobs this important system does.
 
Hearts do a number of very important jobs to keep us alive. Professor Hallux is looking to see if he can create an improved heart. But will it do all the jobs that the heart has to do? And what are those jobs anyway?
 
Professor Hallux has invented a new and improved skeleton – the Turbo Titan Skeletronoptic 5000. It might look good but can it do all the jobs our bones do? And anyway, what ARE the jobs our bones do?
 
Title: SP5 - 2016 Human Physiology 101 Class 51593 Capture Date/Time: November 4, 2016 10:10:00 AM CST Instructor: Emma Parkinson-Lawrence Instructor Email: EMMA.PARKINSON-LAWRENCE@UNISA.EDU.AU Course ID: BIOL 1050 (101845) Section: 51593 Room: 000399 CEA/C3-16 Echo Link: https://lrs.unisa.edu.au/ess/echo/presentation/22403c31-a123-438a-a778-2d ...…
 
Title: SP5 - 2016 Human Physiology 101 Class 51593 Capture Date/Time: November 4, 2016 9:10:00 AM CST Instructor: Emma Parkinson-Lawrence Instructor Email: EMMA.PARKINSON-LAWRENCE@UNISA.EDU.AU Course ID: BIOL 1050 (101845) Section: 51593 Room: 000786 CEA/H2-02 Echo Link: https://lrs.unisa.edu.au/ess/echo/presentation/b77359be-ba1b-48a3-8504-0e5 ...…
 
Title: SP5 - 2016 Human Physiology 101 Class 51593 Capture Date/Time: November 1, 2016 10:10:00 AM CST Instructor: Emma Parkinson-Lawrence Instructor Email: EMMA.PARKINSON-LAWRENCE@UNISA.EDU.AU Course ID: BIOL 1050 (101845) Section: 51593 Room: 000399 CEA/C3-16 Echo Link: https://lrs.unisa.edu.au/ess/echo/presentation/d13afe6d-2a42-4bdf-9261-6f ...…
 
Title: SP5 - 2016 Human Physiology 101 Class 51593 Capture Date/Time: October 28, 2016 10:10:00 AM CST Instructor: Emma Parkinson-Lawrence Instructor Email: EMMA.PARKINSON-LAWRENCE@UNISA.EDU.AU Course ID: BIOL 1050 (101845) Section: 51593 Room: 000399 CEA/C3-16 Echo Link: https://lrs.unisa.edu.au/ess/echo/presentation/a2e1f4d6-60c9-4313-97e3-63 ...…
 
Title: SP5 - 2016 Human Physiology 101 Class 51593 Capture Date/Time: October 28, 2016 9:10:00 AM CST Instructor: Emma Parkinson-Lawrence Instructor Email: EMMA.PARKINSON-LAWRENCE@UNISA.EDU.AU Course ID: BIOL 1050 (101845) Section: 51593 Room: 000786 CEA/H2-02 Echo Link: https://lrs.unisa.edu.au/ess/echo/presentation/3df16d3f-071f-46c0-9f00-354 ...…
 
Title: SP5 - 2016 Human Physiology 101 Class 51593 Capture Date/Time: October 25, 2016 10:10:00 AM CST Instructor: Emma Parkinson-Lawrence Instructor Email: EMMA.PARKINSON-LAWRENCE@UNISA.EDU.AU Course ID: BIOL 1050 (101845) Section: 51593 Room: 000399 CEA/C3-16 Echo Link: https://lrs.unisa.edu.au/ess/echo/presentation/cd1af3fd-08c7-495d-b6ab-6c ...…
 
Title: SP5 - 2016 Human Physiology 101 Class 51593 Capture Date/Time: October 21, 2016 10:10:00 AM CST Instructor: Emma Parkinson-Lawrence Instructor Email: EMMA.PARKINSON-LAWRENCE@UNISA.EDU.AU Course ID: BIOL 1050 (101845) Section: 51593 Room: 000399 CEA/C3-16 Echo Link: https://lrs.unisa.edu.au/ess/echo/presentation/193bbe4c-a011-4b05-a8f1-8c ...…
 
Title: SP5 - 2016 Human Physiology 101 Class 51593 Capture Date/Time: October 21, 2016 9:10:00 AM CST Instructor: Emma Parkinson-Lawrence Instructor Email: EMMA.PARKINSON-LAWRENCE@UNISA.EDU.AU Course ID: BIOL 1050 (101845) Section: 51593 Room: 000786 CEA/H2-02 Echo Link: https://lrs.unisa.edu.au/ess/echo/presentation/ac174319-cb61-4188-bc0f-c79 ...…
 
Title: SP5 - 2016 Human Physiology 101 Class 51593 Capture Date/Time: October 18, 2016 10:10:00 AM CST Instructor: Emma Parkinson-Lawrence Instructor Email: EMMA.PARKINSON-LAWRENCE@UNISA.EDU.AU Course ID: BIOL 1050 (101845) Section: 51593 Room: 000399 CEA/C3-16 Echo Link: https://lrs.unisa.edu.au/ess/echo/presentation/8de5e239-e659-4026-abb8-b2 ...…
 
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