The (10) named lectures from the 2006 ACSM Annual Meeting are featured on four DVDs. The DVD set also features footage from the 2006 Annual Meeting awards night. Over nine hours of authoritative information and insights on sports medicine and exercise science, including:
- Steven N. Blair, "Physical Activity and Public Health: From Karvonen, Morris, and Paffenbarger to Behavioral and Environmental Interventions"
- Scott K. Powers, "Are Free Radicals Friend or Foe? A History of Free Radical Biology in Medicine and Exercise Science"
- Volker Adams, "Impact of Exercise on Endothelial Dysfunction and Myocardial Perfusion"
- Bente Klarlund, "Signaling the Muscle to Adapt: Train Low, Compete High"
- Romain Meeusen, "Central Fatigue: It's All in the Brainâ€¦or is It"
- Jos J. de Koning, "Experiments When There is No Laboratory: Modeling Performance in Endurance Sports"
- Alan Kim Johnson, "Thirsting forâ€¦: The Behavioral Neuroscience of Thirst and Salt Appetite"
- Paul M. Ribisi, "Diabesity: A Looming Threat to Cardiovascular Health"
- Benjamin D. Levine, "The Grinch Syndrome: A New Name for Orthostatic Hypotension and Syncope"
- David A. Hood, "Exercise-Induced Mitochondrial Biogenesis in Skeletal Muscle"
- 2006 ACSM Annual Meeting awards night
Produced in cooperation with the American College of Sports Medicine.