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Exercise Science TLDR

Exercise Science TLDR

By Exercise Science TLDR
Two sisters that explore the world of exercise science research applications. This podcast is great for fitness professionals and exercise enthusiasts alike. The dynamic of the show is a teacher student narrative. Where Olivia, a certified Exercise Physiologist with a BS and MS in Kinesiology informs the listener of science backed exercise information, new research articles, and walking through physiological/mental concepts related to exercise.
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10. Failure or Not to Failure

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23. Exercising at Home Part 2
Chelsea and Olivia discuss a paper addressing segmenting women in the home exercise market. What trends looked like 20 years ago versus the pandemic world we live in today. 
25:58
March 29, 2022
22. Exercise effects on Mental Components
Chelsea and Olivia discuss a meta analysis and systematic review on psychological components of exercise. What actually improves with regular exercise? Anxiety? Depression? Body image?  Carraça, E. V., Encantado, J., Battista, F., Beaulieu, K., Blundell, J. E., Busetto, L., ... & Oppert, J. M. (2021). Effect of exercise training on psychological outcomes in adults with overweight or obesity: A systematic review and meta‐analysis. Obesity Reviews, e13261.
26:42
March 01, 2022
21. Exercising at Home Part 1
Chelsea found an article that gives tips and tricks to fitness professionals who want to or are using the online world as their business platform. 
25:41
February 15, 2022
20. Olivia's Story
Learn about Olivia's journey with health and wellness. Olivia gets personal in telling her story. She brings up some major challenges that she went through. Hopefully her story will shine some light and a little talked about problem. 
18:25
February 01, 2022
19. Chelsea's Story
In this episode Chelsea tells her journey with health and wellness. What got her interested in exercise and what she is doing now.  True Nutrition Promo Code: CHL158 
27:05
January 18, 2022
18. ExRx for hand OA
In this episode we discover some cool devices used for hand strengthening and learn about what the exercises can do for osteoarthritis in the hands.  Nery, M., Natour, J., Jennings, F., Fernandes, A. D. R. C., Souza, M. C., & Jones, A. (2021). Effects of a progressive resistance exercise program in patients with hand osteoarthritis: A randomized, controlled trial with a blinded assessor. Clinical Rehabilitation, 02692155211030622.
25:40
January 04, 2022
17. Olympic Lifting Mobility and Technique
in this episode we discuss a paper that assess college student post a university performance based course on the snatch and clean and jerk mobility and technique. Mohamad, N. I., Alali, A. A., Abd Malek, N. F., & Nadzalan, A. M. (2021, May). Relationship between Squat Mobility with Snatch and Clean & Jerk Technique. In Journal of Physics: Conference Series (Vol. 1874, No. 1, p. 012017). IOP Publishing.
23:27
September 28, 2021
16. ExRx for weight loss in Obese Adults
In this episode we discuss the different exercise methods such as combination training versus singular training on results for weight loss in obese adults.  O'Donoghue, G., Blake, C., Cunningham, C., Lennon, O., & Perrotta, C. (2021). What exercise prescription is optimal to improve body composition and cardiorespiratory fitness in adults living with obesity? A network meta‐analysis. Obesity Reviews, 22(2), e13137.
26:22
September 21, 2021
15. Older Adults Virtual Fitness during COVID 19
In this episode we discuss a paper that did a 4 week virtual fitness program with older adults during the COVID 19 lockdown.  Ibrahim, A., Chong, M. C., Khoo, S., Wong, L. P., Chung, I., & Tan, M. P. (2021). Virtual Group Exercises and Psychological Status among Community-Dwelling Older Adults during the COVID-19 Pandemic—A Feasibility Study. Geriatrics, 6(1), 31.
22:11
September 14, 2021
14. RT and HIIT Stress Markers
This is a shorter episode where we talk about a paper that compares resistance training and high intensity interval training with stress markers in the body.  Prasertsri, P., & Boonla, O. (2021). Upper and lower limb resistance training program versus high-intensity interval training on oxidative stress markers in university athletes. Journal of exercise rehabilitation, 17(3), 198–206. https://doi.org/10.12965/jer.2142184.092
17:53
September 07, 2021
13. Training Styles in CR
 In this episode we discuss training styles outcomes on quality of life in cardiac rehabilitation patients.  Schönfelder, M., Oberreiter, H., Egger, A., Tschentscher, M., Droese, S., & Niebauer, J. (2021). Effect of Different Endurance Training Protocols During Cardiac Rehabilitation on Quality of Life. The American Journal of Medicine, 134(6), 805-811.
21:31
August 31, 2021
12. Stretching Between Sets?
This time we talk about a paper that questions whether or not stretching between sets can improve strength and hypertrophy.   Nakamura, M.; Ikezu, H.; Sato, S.; Yahata, K.; Kiyono, R.; Yoshida, R.; Takeuchi, K.; Nunes, J.P. Effects of Adding Inter-Set Static Stretching to Flywheel Resistance Training on Flexibility, Muscular Strength, and Regional Hypertrophy in Young Men. Int. J. Environ. Research. Public Health 2021, 18, 3770. https://doi.org/10.3390/ ijerph18073770
20:25
August 24, 2021
11. Leisure Activity and Low Back Pain
Back pain is a very prevalent issue these days. We look at a paper that discusses leisure time physical activity, sitting time, and BMI in older adults.  Lemes, I. R., Pinto, R. Z., Turi Lynch, B. C., Codogno, J. S., Oliveira, C. B., Ross, L. M., Araujo Fernandes, R., Monteiro, H. L. (2021). The association between leisure-time physical activity, sedentary behavior, and low back pain: a cross-sectional analysis in primary care settings. Spine, 46, 596-602. https://dx.doi.org/10.1097/BRS.0000000000003996
19:10
August 17, 2021
10. Failure or Not to Failure
Do you exercise to failure or not to failure for your strength, power, or hypertrophy gains? We discuss a paper that looks at this very topic.  Vieira, Alexandra F.1; Umpierre, Daniel2,3,4; Teodoro, Juliana L.1; Lisboa, Salime C.1; Baroni, Bruno M.5; Izquierdo, Mikel6; Cadore, Eduardo L.1 Effects of Resistance Training Performed to Failure or Not to Failure on Muscle Strength, Hypertrophy, and Power Output: A Systematic Review With Meta-Analysis, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research: April 2021 - Volume 35 - Issue 4 - p 1165-1175 doi: 10.1519/JSC.0000000000003936
21:05
August 10, 2021
9. Talk Test Prediction of Ventilatory Threshold
We talk about talking during exercise and learn how it compares to testing ventilatory threshold.  Deal, K., Foster, C., Jaime, S., Mikat, R.P., Radtke, k. & Pocar, J.P (2020). Can the Talk Test be used to predict training induced changes in ventilatory threshold? Kinesiology, 52 (2), 163-168. Doi: 10.26582/k.52.2.1
25:22
August 03, 2021
8. Vegan vs. Omnivore
This debate has been popular in the past decade. What protein source helps with my gains and performance? In this episode we talk about a paper that tested high protein diets to see whether a vegan diet or omnivore diet had more improvements. 
26:24
July 27, 2021
7. Unilateral vs. Bilateral Exercises
Ah. The war between unilateral and bilateral exercises. What is their impacts on strength and performance? In this episode we learn some not so surprising things and some surprising about which exercises to do. 
25:17
July 20, 2021
6. Warm up Music and Exercise Motivation
In this episode we discover the impact that music during your warm up has on exercise and sport performance. 
24:18
July 13, 2021
5. Impact of Endurance Training on Hypertrophy
The age old thought that you either do cardio or you do strength training is debunked in this episode. Learn what this research paper has to say. 
22:30
July 06, 2021
5. Impacts of Endurance Training on Hyptertrophy
In this episode we discuss a paper that utilized mice to see if different endurance times effected muscle hypertrophy and strength. Please forgive us for the dogs barking in the background.
22:30
June 28, 2021
4. Exercise Training as a Therapeutic Approach in Cancer Cachexia
In this episode we will discuss a paper titled “Exercise Training as a Therapeutic Approach in Cancer Cachexia: A Review of Potential Anti-inflammatory Effects on muscle wasting.” we will go over some definitions before diving into the research paper. Then we will discuss the paper from the research question to the discussion. Stay tuned to learn about exercise training effects on chemotherapy related cachexia.
28:23
June 21, 2021
3. Rate of Perceived Exertion
Learn about rate of perceived exertion scales and little about Gunnar Borg. The researcher who started it all. We talk about the history of RPE and the different scales that are available for use. Olivia even gives a glimpse into her thesis work.
24:42
June 14, 2021
2. Wearable Technology
We talk about new technology and a research paper about university students' motivation to exercise and wear exercise technology like a watch.
23:49
June 07, 2021
Live! Launch Party
We interview Audrey, MS, EP-C. We apologize for the sound quality our mics were not all working
47:53
June 02, 2021
1. How to read a research paper
In this episode we break down how to read a research paper. What are the components of a paper? We walk through each section and what the purposes are. Including a off the wall scenario about an ice cream cone...you'll find out when you listen. Olivia will discuss her personal tips and tricks when reading a paper.
29:58
May 11, 2021
Introduction
This episode is an introduction to who and what the Exercise Science TLDR podcast is all about. You'll get to know the hosts' and what our goals are for the show. Listen now to learn more.
10:03
May 04, 2021