Episode 92: How can we get more adults to exercise?

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In the Zone
Only 1 in 5 American adults meets the requirements for aerobic- and muscle-strengthening exercise. How can we get more people to exercise? (starts at 5:30)

That’s Gotta Hurt
Carmelo Anthony – New York Knicks forward (starts at 24:10)
Henry Hynoski – New York Giants fullback (starts at 27:52)
Michael Crabtree – San Francisco 49ers wide receiver (starts at 31:50)
Chase Utley – Philadelphia Phillies second baseman (starts at 35:18)
Bryce Harper – Washington Nationals outfielder (starts at 37:12)

Ask Dr. Geier
Can I play sports without surgery after a complete ACL tear? (starts at 43:06)
What are the options for treating an ACL tear in a young basketball player that hasn’t finished growing? (starts at 45:20)
Should a mid-40s male runner be concerned about recurrent tibial stress fractures? (starts at 49:04)

Fan Favorites and Trash Talkers
Comments from listeners on the show and our previous discussions (starts at 51:55)


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