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The Bright Agrotech Podcast Network features several value-pack podcasts on topics from aquaponics to vertical farming (including the Upstart Farmers), urban farming and more. Aquaponics Academy is a Bright Agrotech podcast designed to help you overcome common aquaponic issues, learn new growing techniques and help you be as successful as you can be as an aquaponic practitioner. Upstart Farmers Radio is the podcast for innovative vertical farmers wanting to make an impact and a living. Join ...
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Biomechanics on our Minds

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Biomechanics on our Minds

Drs. Melissa Boswell and Hannah O’Day

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Your favorite biomechanics podcast! Melissa Boswell, PhD, and Hannah O'Day, PhD, researchers at Stanford University, talk to researchers around the world about the exciting field of human (and animal) movement biomechanics. They also cover overcoming failures, collaborations, open science, leadership, and more. For more information, visit our website biomechanicsonourminds.com.
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The WMI FolkTales podcast is an original production that features improvised re-imaginings of classic folk tales from around the world set to music. Hosted by acclaimed storyteller Bill Gordh, each episode invites a guest musician to improvise a culturally-appropriate score in dialogue with Bill’s inspired re-tellings of beloved stories from around the globe. Recommended for children of all ages. Podcast artwork courtesy of Cody Hudson - https://www.struggleinc.comWMI Folk Tales podcasts are ...
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Welcome to the Limitless Podcast, hosted by entrepreneur, ex-national athlete and former semi-pro athlete Thomas Rozema. I believe that there is Limitless potential within all of us. The Limitless Podcast shares not only my past experiences and stories but it's also a chronicle of my present-day development. On this Podcast, we will cover ideas ranging from Mindset & Peak Performance all the way to Mental Health. #limitless
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Daniel Knight's mission is to positively encourage, inspire, and challenge billions of people to be the best version of themselves that they can be. He is a well-rounded, highly experienced individual, passionate about delivering a powerful, well-thought-out speech to create a positive impact for all listeners. With his experience through attending…
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Our guest in this episode is Jenn Heil, a Canadian freestyle skier, two-time Olympic medalist, and reigning world champion in dual moguls. Jenn is a Guinness World Record Holder, Canadian Order of Sport Recipient, Stanford Graduate School of Business Leadership Award Winner, Founder of a startup focused on improving maternal mental health, and a mo…
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Tracey Gruver, originally from Ohio, has lived in North Carolina since 2004. A former public school teacher, Tracey graduated in December, 2018, with a Master’s degree in English from Western Carolina University where she studied literature and technical and professional writing. Tracey is the Development and Communications Director for Thrive; she…
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Bill Bennett has been on TV as an anchor and photographer for adventure sports. He’s seen and done almost everything someone can do. Now, he works as a mortgage lender, almost a complete 180 of his previous adventuring lifestyle. He’s humble and graceful and shares the importance of mental wellness and stability in this episode. http://www.rate.com…
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I have had a special connection to the mountains of Western North Carolina since I was a child, visiting my Mawmaw and Pawpaw here every summer made me a transplant Southerner. I attended undergrad at Brevard College near Pisgah National Forest and after a short stint hopping around between Iowa and Philadelphia I relocated here permanently in 2016…
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This is Part 3 of our series on human performance supported by the Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance! In this episode, we talked with Dr. Satchin Panda, a professor in the Regulatory Biology Laboratory and the Rita and Richard Atkinson Chair at the Salk Institute, as well as the Director of the Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance at Salk. Satchin i…
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He has seen the impact of stress on friends and family. Digging into his own life has brought out the question of HOW we can learn to control it. He now helps other people build the framework to not only gain control over their stress but to achieve higher levels of focus and performance and get time back into their lives. Links: https://www.freema…
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Storyteller Bill Gordh and Finnish ensemble Kardemimmit improvise the folktale "The Enchanted Kantele", followed by a conversation with the musicians. The kantele is the Finnish national instrument. This episode was recorded in front of a live audience at Scandinavia House in Manhattan. More about Kardemimmit Watch the video of the recording (Sound…
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Welcome to Part 2 of the Human Performance Series supported by the Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance! In this episode, we talked with NiCole Keith who is a Professor at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis and the current president of American College Sports Medicine. NiCole shared her research in health equity and physical activity a…
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Suzette West is a Certified HeartMath Mentor and Executive Coach who helps people realize their power and wisdom to co-create a better future. She works with purpose-driven change-makers, conscious business leaders, and founders to achieve coherence, the alignment between heart and mind that is the first step toward meaningful change. Suzette embra…
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Hayden Ahlbrandt, LCMHCA (NC), LPCC (CO), NCC, is the owner of and a Play Therapist at, Low Tide Play Therapy in Wilmington, NC. He is a Certified Synergetic Play Therapist, who specializes in working with children in North Carolina and Colorado who exhibit symptoms of hyper-arousal. These could manifest as escalations in behavior, anger, anxiety, …
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In this episode, we interview Caroline Kryder, the Women’s Health Lead and Product Marketing Manager at Oura, a company that makes a smart ring device to track sleep, physical activity, and much more. Caroline shares how Oura is working to close the gap in Women’s health research and how they use customer insights to provide meaningful and actionab…
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Kate is a dedicated college coach who believes in empowering young people to achieve their full potential. With a background in youth mentorship, social emotional learning, and creative writing, Kate encourages her students to develop their critical thinking, autonomy, and curiosity to produce standout application essays that capture the attention …
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We talked to Dr. Ryan McGinnis, an Associate Professor and Assistant Director in the department of electrical and biomedical engineering at the University of Vermont. He leads the M-Sense research group which takes the tools we make in biomechanics and empowers people out in the real world. We discuss the importance of user-centered design and rese…
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In this episode, we are joined by Professor Rafael Reimann Baptista. Rafael is a professor in the School of Health and Life Sciences at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil. He coordinates the Laboratory of Evaluation and Research in Physical Activity, currently carrying out studies on the biomechanics of gait in older …
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In this epsiode, we are joined by Jonas Grau Thomsen, the CEO of Nordic Bionics. When Jonas was six, he was told that I would only be able to walk for ten more years. This was the beginning of his search for a bionic solution. Now, he is an expert wheelchair user and exoskeleton influencer. His goal is to get exoskeletons out of the lab and into th…
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Runner and entrepreneur Sidney Baptista of https://pynrs.com joins Bryan and Peter to discuss what it means to be the founder the first black-owned running apparel company. And how events like the 26.True Marathon bring much needed diversity to the Boston running community. Plus, Bryan gives his update on how the Millinocket Half Marathon went and …
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In this episode, Dr. Ray Browning and Dr. Zach Lerner shared their experiences, stories, and wisdom with us on their journeys in biomechanics, collaboration, and founding the rehabilitation robotics company Biomotum. Biomotum is currently developing robotic systems that help people improve their mobility by not only assisting motion but also traini…
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In this episode, Brent Shaw joins us to talk about topics including goal setting, avoiding distractions, and enjoying the journey. Brent is the Director of Research at The Darrow Stem Cell Institute as well as a personal coach and host of the Student Performance Podcast. Brent shared science-backed tips and really actionable advice to help you achi…
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Storyteller Bill Gordh and Tibetan artist Techung improvise the folktale "The Gathering Tree", followed by a conversation with Techung. More about Techung (Sound editing by David Klym) WMI Folktales are supported by a grant from Con Edison and world music lovers like you. We thank you! Support the show Keep in touch with us! Join our newsletter…
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Happy 2023! We start the year off with a wonderful conversation with Professor Silvia Blemker from the University of Virginia and who is the CSO/co-founder of Springbok Analytics. She talked about her lab’s research exploring muscle from cellular to whole-body levels and also on neuromuscular disorders like Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Silvia highl…
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In this episode, Professor Antonia Zaferiou shares her journey through art and science to becoming an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Stevens Institute of Technology, as well as some of the exciting research projects in her lab. We discuss her recent and innovative NSF CAREER Award project using adaptive biofeedba…
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Dr. Bryan Kent is back on the show after a 4-year break since Episode 144. He talks with Bryan and Peter about his new practice at https://www.forwardspineandsport.com and why foam rollers and massage guns may not always be the right answer for your aches and pains. Plus, it’s the eve of the 2022 Crankle 2K and the Millinocket Marathon. Let’s go ma…
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Bryan and Peter are together again after three weeks of separation due to COVID-19. During that time Bryan co-hosted a live event for the Boston Bulldogs along side of Emily Saul (of E Saul Movement)! They had the great pleasure of hosting a legendary panel of runners featuring Jack Fultz, Becca Pizzi, and the incomparable Bill Rodgers! Please enjo…
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Today we are talking with Professor Jacob Goodin. Jacob is an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, California, and was previously the head strength and conditioning coach and sport scientist for Eastern Tennessee State University's men’s and women’s tennis teams. We learn more about Jacob’s work in the …
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Bryan and Peter chronicle their feelings the night before their big run at the 2022 Mount Desert Island Marathon. Then they jump straight to the day after the race during their drive back home to begin processing what they experienced. Visit our Web site here: www.HWYRT.com Join our Strava Group here: https://www.strava.com/clubs/HWYRT…
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Bryan and Peter are prepping for their big Mount Desert Island Marathon run and trying to avoid taper traps. They have a big announcement about an upcoming Boston Bulldogs event. Plus an even bigger announcement. One that HWYRTians may not want to hear. Visit our Web site here: www.HWYRT.com Join our Strava Group here: https://www.strava.com/clubs/…
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We had a great conversation with Professor Nadia Azar, an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at the University of Windsor. For the first time on BOOM, we learn about the biomechanics of drumming and playing other musical instruments. Nadia shares her findings on the mechanics of how playing-related injuries occur and how to prevent them, along with…
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This Student Voices episode is hosted by Michael Rose, a former clinical research coordinator and soon-to-be PhD student. In the episode Michael interviews three friends and colleagues – Ophelie Herve from UCLA, Gabi Diaz from CU Boulder, and Garrett Weidig from Michigan State University – on their experiences starting their PhD programs in 2020 du…
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Part Two of the 2022 ADU review. Bryan and Peter hear it directly from Paul Chekal and Maurice Lowman about how their full 24 hour runs unfolded. Plus, both Bryan and Peter give an update on their training for the MDI Marathon in October. Buckle up! Visit our Web site here: www.HWYRT.com Join our Strava Group here: https://www.strava.com/clubs/HWYR…
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We talked with Professor Hamid Charkhkar from Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland VA Medical Center and Anna Smith, a former Case Western student and research assistant in Professor Charkhkar’s neuroprosthesis group. We discussed the importance of being open to feedback from all stakeholders for human-centered research, how to transla…
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Part One of the 2022 ADU review. Tables are turned as ultramarathon runner, and friend of the show, Lori Mitchener interviews Bryan and Peter about running their first 6-hour Anchor Down. Then the guys take back the mic and get an exclusive interview with the winner of the 2022 ADU 12-hour event, Corinne Griffiths (AKA Boston’s Running Unicorn). Pa…
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This month we have two awesome interviews with people developing approaches to apply biomechanics in practice so things like performance training or even just standard weight training but in a safer way. This episode is Part 2 with Bill DeSimone. Bill is a personal trainer who focuses on teaching and sharing biomechanics-informed training to help p…
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Bryan and Peter break the podcast silence with their first new episode in 4 months! They are talking up taper traps just before the running of the 2022 Anchor Down Ultra. Thy review how the training cycle for the race has been for them. Plus, Bryan is sad about the end of the print edition of his favorite running magazine. Please join Bryan and Pet…
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If you’re interested in learning more about how research in biomechanics can be translated into real and practical guidelines for improving training performance and safety, this episode is for you! We learn about putting biomechanics into practice with Dr. Bryon Weinberg and Dr. Patrick Welsh from Athletic Movement Assessment. Bryon and Patrick are…
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In this episode we talk with Professor Robin Queen, a professor at Virginia Tech in the department of Biomedical Engineering and Mechanics and the principal investigator of the Kevin P. Granata Biomechanics Lab. We discuss her diverse research projects including how she investigates the intersection of race and biomechanics and how she is developin…
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In this episode we talk with Maria Holland, Assistant Professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering at the University of Notre Dame. We talked about the implications of different properties of the brain and how we can apply biomechanics to study brain growth such as changes in folding and cortical thickness. Thank you to our sponsors! SageMotio…
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Storyteller Bill Gordh and Colombian harpist Edmar Castaneda improvise the South American folktale "The Two Girls". More about Edmar Castaneda WMI Folktales are supported by a grant from Con Edison and world music lovers like you. We thank you! Support the show Keep in touch with us! Join our newsletter…
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We had so much fun talking to Professor Ashley Weaver, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the Wake Forest School of Medicine about both her impactful research and educational projects. Her research spans three themes: 1) injury/crash biomechanics to improve car safety design elements 2) osteoporosis in aging and 3) the effects of spac…
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After two full years away, Bryan and Peter make their triumphant return to the GBH Studio at the Boston Public Library for a live recording of HWYRT on Saturday, April 16, 2022, just two days before Marathon Monday! They are joined by old friends and new for a series of interviews to talk up the Boston Marathon and the incredible running community …
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We are back for a live show at the Boston Public Library this Saturday, April 16th, from 11AM to 1PM! We've been away for over two years and cannot wait to talk up the the 2022 Boston Marathon with a ton of guests and fellow HWYRTians! This live event is free and open to the public. Hope to see you all there. Listen to all of our episodes here at w…
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Happy 50th episode of BOOM! The tables are turned on the "BOOM doctors" Hannah and Melissa and they answer YOUR questions about BOOM, biomechanics, the future, fails, and more. A note from your hosts... We are SO grateful for all of your support since the beginning of BOOM. We've loved being on this journey with you and can't wait to see what the f…
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Bryan and Peter usher in Boston Marathon month with a big announcement about returning to the Boston Public Library on Saturday, April 16th! Bryan visits the Pony Patch while Peter contemplates starting the Whole30 nutrition plan. Then, they are joined by writer and outdoorsman Brendan Leonard from https://semi-rad.com for a discussion about runnin…
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Storyteller Bill Gordh and percussionist Cyro Baptista improvise the Brazilian folktale "Night Comes to the Rainforest". More about Cyro Baptista (sound editing by Iuri Oriente) WMI FolkTales podcasts are supported by a grant from Con Edison and world music lovers like you. We thank you! Support the show Keep in touch with us! Join our newsletter…
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What better way to celebrate 250 episodes of HWYRT than to talk up toys! Time to open up the toy chest as Peter compares toy shows with race days. Don’t worry, there is actual running talk in this one (just not much). Peter has issues with his Garmin watch while Bryan laments the agony of the long run. Be sure to send in your questions for Emily Sa…
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In this episode we talk to Jonathan Samir Matthis, tenure-track professor of human movement neuroscience in Boston and founder of the FreeMoCap Foundation. We discuss how FreeMocap is collaboratively and thoughtfully “duct-taping together” open-source software to make it more accessible and usable for all. Connect with Jon Matthis! FreeMoCap websit…
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Storyteller Bill Gordh and multi-instrumentalist Seamus Egan improvise the Irish folktale "Red Rory and the Fairies". More about Seamus Egan Listen to WMI Plus At Home with Seamus Egan and Stephen Winick (sound editing by David Klym) WMI FolkTales podcasts are supported by a grant from Con Edison and world music lovers like you. We thank you! Suppo…
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Our guest today is Dr. Mike Sonne, chief scientist at Three Motion AI where they use biomechanics to elevate athlete training and performance in baseball! We learn about how to translate biomechanical evaluations into useable applications like quantifying changes in performance. While you don’t need to be a baseball expert to enjoy this epsiode, we…
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