2011 ACSM Annual Meeting Named Lectures

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American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
549 minutes
The (10) named lectures from the 2011 ACSM annual meeting are included in a 2-disc DVD set. The DVD set features over nine hours of authoritative information and insights on sports medicine and exercise science, including:

• An Ounce of Prevention-A Crash Course in Sports Injury Prevention Research (Roald Bahr)
• Assessment of Physical Activity and Inactivity Using Wearable Monitors: Past, Present, and Future Directions (Patty Freedson)
• Supersize My Exercise! Learning from Mad Men, the Marlboro Man, and Freakonomics to Promote Physical Activity (Karim Khan)
• The Gisolfi Legacy: Its Impact on Past, Present and Future Studies of Thermoregulation and Exercise (Kevin Kregel)
• Physical Activity in Cancer Prevention (Ann McTiernan)
• Sarcopenia-Characteristics, Mechanisms, and Functional Significance (Marco Narici)
• Sick Populations Getting Sicker: Analog Activity in a Digital Age(Kenneth E. Powell)
• Promoting Physical Activity: A Global Perspective on What Really Works? (Michael Pratt)
• ACL Injury-The Most Intriguing Injury in Sport (Per Renstrom)
• Health Promoting Effects of Exercise in Diabetes and Obesity: Translating Basic Science Into Preventive Action and Treatment (Juleen R. Zierath)