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Cardiac Exercise Research Group (CERG) studerer effekten av trening som medisin for å behandle hjerte- og livsstilsrelaterte sykdommer. Målet vårt er å finne optimale treningsprogram slik at vanlige mennesker får og bevarer god helse gjennom hele livet. The Cardiac Exercise Research Group (CERG) studies the effect of exercise as medicine for heart and lifestyle related diseases. We aim to define optimal exercise programs to help everyday people improve their health and stay healthy throughou ...
 
Welcome to the Take A Seat podcast, hosted by Cameron and James, brought to you by our legendary sponsor Suncoast Spinners Wheelchair Basketball Cameron and James bring awareness to disability sports and supports. We talk to experts and athletes with a disability from around the world! Listen to the Take A Seat podcast fortnightly from the 28th February 2022! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
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In episode 24 Cameron and James invite Dr Bridie Keans to take a seat with them. During the episode Bridie talks all things about where her journey started with wheelchair basketball and the people that influenced her to be the player and individual she is today. The conversation then swung between Suncoast spinners and their Reverse Inclusion prog…
 
In episode 23 Cameron and James invite Aussie megastar Adam Hills to take a seat with them. There is very little that Adam hasn’t done in his life like meeting the Royal Family, representing Australia at the rugby league World Cup, hosting TV shows like Spicks and Specks and The Last Leg , performing at international stand up comedy festivals, and …
 
In episode 22 Cameron and James invite Anne Usher formally Dickins to take a seat with them. Prior to her impairment Anne was an avid cyclist which all ended one day when she bent over to put on her shoe. After suffering from the medical emergency of cauda equina syndrome, Anne was left with limitations in her lower limbs. These impairments resulte…
 
In episode 21 Cameron and James invite Sebastian Bechara to take a seat with them. Unfortunately, Cameron (Australia) was unable to join James (England) in the conversation with Sebastian (England) due to the time difference and travel difficulties suffered on the day of the interview. Sebastian Bechara was a vital part of the English Wheelchair Ru…
 
In episode 20 Cameron and James invite Dr Dinesh Palipana to take a seat with them. Dinesh is an extremely talented man who has not only completed his doctorate but is a fully qualified lawyer, author, researcher, advocate, and all round great bloke. His passion for patient Centred care in large medical systems is second to none. Striving to be gre…
 
In episode 19 Cameron and James invite Lynne Anderson to take a seat with them. Lynne was the CEO of Paralympics Australia from 2015 to 2021. She was involved in arguably the two most difficult Paralympic Games in modern times. Having successfully steered Australia through the Rio and Tokyo Paralympics Lynne stepped down as CEO at the end of 2021 t…
 
In episode 18 Cameron and James invite Brad Grove to take a seat with them. Brad has been playing wheelchair rugby league in Australia since it’s inception In 2010. He has recently been inducted as skyring Wheelaroo #14 and the man to lead the skyring wheelaroos at the rugby league World Cup. As the founder of Push Your Limits Foundation Brad is ch…
 
In episode 17 Cameron and James invite Hani Watson to take a seat with them. Hani is an Australian Para Powerlifter who has recently won a bronze medal at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. We have a great laugh while talking about the major misconceptions and road blocks arising with women and people with a disability in powerlifting. This po…
 
In episode 16 Cameron and James invite Jezza Williams to take a seat with them. Jezza is the CEO of Making Trax a new zealand company pushing inclusive tourism around the world. The foundation is designed to show people and companies how they can push their limits. You do not know what is possible if you do not challenge yourself. This podcast is p…
 
This week Cam & James catch up with Chris Kerrisk who founded the new app 'Cérge', which is taking the world of disability by storm, to answer the question: "Can I obtain unrivalled customer service if the staff of a business knew who I was, what I wanted and my likes and dislikes the moment I arrived?" "Cérge is the perfect combination to showcase…
 
In episode 14 Cameron and James invite Blair Hunt to take a seat with them. Blair is an Australian Exercise Physiologist who has worked heavily in the neurological rehabilitation sector. His integration of dreams, goals and community based therapy have influenced people's lives while shaping his own personal passions. The stories told in this episo…
 
In episode 13 Cameron and James invite Sarah Rose to take a seat with them. Sarah had an illustrious sporting career before becoming an inaugural member of the Paralympics Australia athlete commission. She has now paved the way for many athletes to follow in her footsteps. Her insight and mission for the future have sparked a greater desire in the …
 
In episode 12 Cameron and James invite Adam and Natasha to take a seat with them. Adam and Natasha are Wheelchair racers with some incredible accolades under their belts! This leads into a great conversation around social constructs and Adam & Natasha's view points. This podcast is proudly sponsored by Suncoast Spinners a Wheelchair based sporting …
 
In episode 11 Cameron and James invite Paige Greco to take a seat with them. Paige is the current C3 3000m individual pursuit world record holder and Tokyo paralympic gold medalist. As the boys are novices with paracycling, they ask Paige to explain her sport. This leads into a great conversation around social constructs and Paige’s view point. Thi…
 
In episode 10 Cameron and James take a seat with themselves. During this episode they open up about the podcast's past 9 episodes, its intention and impact, connection with followers, and their authenticity. This leads to conversations around difficult topics, feedback received, and their own attempts at answering the hard cards. This podcast is pr…
 
In episode 9 Cameron and James invite Janine Watson to take a seat with them. Janine is Australia’s first-ever Para-athlete to compete and win a medal at the Paralympics Games in the sport of Para-taekwondo. She has kicked the door down for many athletes to follow in her footsteps. Janine flips the script on Cameron and James and shows how it feels…
 
In episode 8 Cameron and James invite Nikki Ayers to take a seat with them. Nikki is an Australian para rower who has recently engaged in her first Paralympic games. Nikki has been dreaming of representing Australia since her childhood. She was even willing to create her own sport to do it. Following a life-changing incident, Nikki was provided wit…
 
In episode 7 Cameron and James invite Carol Cooke to take a seat with them. Carol is an amazing woman who has taken the grip of her handlebars and pedalled her way through tough times. In 1998 a Doctor changed Carol's life when he delivered her diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis in a way that ignited a Paralympic flame deep within her. Not willing to …
 
In episode 6 Cameron and James invite Kimberly Alkemade to take a seat with them. Kimberly is a below-knee amputee from the Netherlands who has been running competitively for 4 years. She has achieved unimaginable feats in her short career, including world championship medals and now a Paralympic bronze medal. Despite sustaining her injury at the a…
 
In episode 5 Cameron and James invite close mates Cory Mostran and Shaun Harre to take a seat with them. Cory and Shaun are the pioneers, heart and soul of Wheelchair Rugby League in Queensland. Following a life-changing injury in 2011 Cory was looking for a sport that engulfed his life. As a devoted Brother-in-law Shaun tagged along to many come a…
 
In episode 4 Cameron and James invite is 4 time world champion in Boccia & current bronze medalist from Tokyo 2020 Paralympics, Dan Michel to take a seat with them. We would like to say that the content in this episode is not intended to provide medical advice and should not be relied on as such. Always seek medical guidance from your doctor or oth…
 
Nathan “Mc Wheels" has defied all odds and inspired future generations in doing so. His epic lifestyle and story shows everyone that anything is possible when you want and chase it. In this episode he explains his journey to finding independence, music and sport despite the complications of his rare disability. He educates Cameron and James of life…
 
In episode 2 Cameron and James invite Rob Markeljc to take a seat with them. Rob is a long term family friend of James and client of Cameron. Since his diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease and a serious heart condition in June 2009, Rob has been proactive with his health through sport and exercise. From the outset of his diagnosis Rob has been inspirin…
 
In this episode Cameron and James invite Dan McCoy to take a seat with them. Pre-injury Dan was regarded as one of the worlds best super and motocross riders. He travelled the globe competing in the most illustrious races such as San Diego monster energy AMA finishing with world rankings as high as 15. In 2016 during the second round of the trans-M…
 
Hva slags trening kan gjøre deg mindre utsatt for demens? Og når er det for seint å begynne å trene?I den 16. episoden av CERG-podkasten forteller vår doktorgradsstipendiat Atefe Tari om sammenhengen mellom kondisjon og demens, basert på resultatene fra sin nye studie i The Lancet Public Health: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanpub/article/PII…
 
Er det farlig å trene så hardt at du blir støl i ei hel uke etterpå? De siste årene har flere enn tidligere blitt behandlet på sykehus for sykdommen rabdomyolyse etter knallhard trening.I den 15. episoden av CERG-podkasten forteller vår doktorgradsstipendiat Knut Asbjørn RIse Langlo deg alt du trenger å vite om treningspåført rabdomyolyse. Han fork…
 
Hjertet er kanskje viktigst, men også lungene kan spille en rolle for kondisen din. Så hva kan du gjøre for å ta vare på lungehelsa di?I den 14. episoden av CERG-podkasten forteller vår doktorgradsstipendiat Øystein Rasch-Halvorsen om studien sin, som nylig ble publisert i tidsskriftet BMC Pulmonary Medicine.Du kan lese mer om doktorgradsprosjektet…
 
Hvor stor betydning har egentlig kondisen for hjerterisikoen din når du i utgangspunktet er frisk? Veldig stor, viser det seg! I den 13. episoden av CERG-podkasten forteller vår doktorgradsstipendiat Jon Magne Letnes om studien sin, som nylig ble publisert i det verdensledende hjertetidsskriftet European Heart Journal.Du kan også lese mer om doktor…
 
Hvis trening er sunt, hvorfor kan unge, spreke mennesker dø av det? Kan trening være farlig for DEG? Kan man trene hvis man har hjerteflimmer? Jan Pål Loennechen er vår fremste ekspert på trening, hjerterytmeforstyrrelser og plutselig død, og i den 12. episoden av CERG-podkasten snakker vi med ham om nettopp det.…
 
Hvordan kan vi tilrettelegge for at flere eldre skal være så fysisk aktive som de bør være? Hva slags trening foretrekker de, og hvem har størst risiko for å hoppe av et treningsprogram?Line Skarsem Reitlo forsker på treningsvaner hos eldre, og har blant annet lest nesten 70 000 av treningsdagbøkene til de som deltar i Generasjon 100-studien vår. H…
 
Med 100 PAI i uka lever du lenger og unngår hjerte- og karsykdom. Også personer som allerede er hjertesyke eller har hatt hjerneslag bør ha som mål å trene nok til å oppnå 100 PAI i uka, forteller Sophie Kvalheim Kieffer i 10. episode av CERG-podkasten.Kanskje du ikke vet hva PAI er ennå? Sophie forklarer det godt i podkasten, og du kan også lese m…
 
Snart har vi svaret på om trening forlenger livet for eldre. I sommer fullførte vi testene av deltakerne i Generasjon 100 fem år etter at de startet opp med å trene, og mens du hører denne podkasten jobber vår forsker Dorthe Stensvold med å analysere datamaterialet. Men allerede nå har Dorthe og resten av Generasjon 100-forskerne publisert mange sp…
 
Hard fysisk aktivitet over mange år kan øke risikoen for hjerteflimmer. Men er det noe folk flest bør bekymre seg for? Vår doktorgradsstipendiat og treningsfysiolog Lars Elnan Garnvik forsker på fysisk aktivitet og atrieflimmer, og i episode 8 av CERG-podkasten forteller han blant annet om sin rykende ferske forskningsartikkel.Du kan også lese mer …
 
Trening er ikke bare bra for hjertet. Det er bra for hjernen også! CERGs doktorgradsstipendiat Ekaterina Zotcheva forsker på trening og hjernehelse, og har nettopp publisert en studie som kobler fysisk aktivitet til lavere risiko for demens. I denne podkasten gir Katja deg sine tips til fysisk aktivitet for å bevare en sunn og frisk hjerne så lenge…
 
En fjerdedel av alle voksne nordmenn har metabolsk syndrom, og mange vet det ikke selv. Denne gruppa har høy risiko for hjerte- og karsykdom, men mange kan bli kvitt syndromet i løpet av få måneder med effektiv trening. I denne podkast-episoden forklarer CERG-forsker Arnt Erik Tjønna hva metabolsk syndrom er, og hvordan vi i CERG jobber for å finne…
 
I 2022 vil det være like mange barn med fedme som undervektige barn i verden. Barn med fedme har økt risiko for mange livsstilssykdommer, for eksempel diabetes og hjerte- og karsykdom. Men hva slags fysisk aktivitet bør disse barna gjøre for å bli friskere og sprekere? Charlotte Björk Ingul er ansvarlig for Barnefedmestudien i CERG, og i episode 5 …
 
Vi kan ikke trene lungefunksjonen vår. Det er i hvert fall den vanlige oppfatningen, men er det riktig? Det har Erlend Hassel lyst til å finne ut, og i doktorgradsarbeidet sitt har han vist at det er en sammenheng mellom lungefunksjon og kondisjon selv hos personer som ikke har kols eller andre hindre mot normal lungefunksjon. I episode 4 av CERG-p…
 
Å trene for å holde seg sprek er en god idé for alle som vil leve lenge. Det er også en fordel om man klarer å holde symptomer på depresjon i sjakk. Derfor er det kanskje ikke så overraskende at middelaldrende og eldre som BÅDE holder formen ved like og unngår depressive symptomer over tid har redusert risiko for å dø tidlig. Men du blir kanskje ov…
 
Det er 24 timer til du skal få åpna brystkassen og få sydd inn ei blodåre forbi et trangt parti i hjertet. Kan du beskytte hjertet ditt bedre under operasjonen hvis du tar ei kort økt på tredemølla? I episode 2 av CERG-podkasten svarer vår forskerlinjestudent Benedikte Smenes på det, basert på funnene fra forskningsprosjektet sitt.Forskningsartikke…
 
Hvordan får vi folk opp av sofaen? Hvordan bør man trene hvis målet er et friskere og lengre liv? Hva er Cardiac Exercise Research Group, og hva er VÅRE bidrag til bedre folkehelse? I aller første episode av CERG-podcasten forteller professor Ulrik Wisløff om forskningsgruppa han leder ved NTNU i Trondheim. Han beskriver hvordan forskning fra CERG …
 
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