Episode 66: Is high intensity training as effective as traditional exercise?

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In the Zone
What is high intensity training? Can these workouts provide the same health benefits as more traditional workouts?

That’s Gotta Hurt
Rob Gronkowski – New England Patriots tight end
Kyrie Irving – Cleveland Cavaliers point guard
Dirk Nowitzki – Dallas Mavericks forward
Matt Barkley – USC Trojans quarterback
Brandon Roy – Minnesota Timberwolves guard
Brandon McCarthy – Oakland Athletics pitcher
Brett Hartmann – former Houston Texans punter
Ask Dr. Geier
Should I undergo an MRI or bone scan to look for a navicular stress fracture in my foot?
Can I get triceps tendinitis from lifting weights, and what can I do about it?
As a long distance runner, what can I do for my Achilles tendinitis?
Can vomiting during competition be caused by anxiety of sports performance?
Fan Favorites and Trash Talkers
Comments from listeners on the show and our previous discussions


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