Someone asked me what podcasts I listen to regularly. I don’t include podcasts in these posts, but I thought I’d share my favorites. To be fair, there are several that I will listen to depending on the topic of a particular episode, including those of Michael Hyatt, Amy Porterfield, and Tim Ferriss. The podcasts I listen to whenever they come out, though, are Freakonomics, The Tony Kornheiser Show, Men In Blazers, The B.S. Report (at least frequently), and Serial (love it!).
Do you have any podcasts you like? Let me know your favorites!
Fear of reinjury and quadriceps weakness are among the factors that can predict athletes who struggle to return to play after ACL reconstruction: Comparison of Physical Impairment, Functional, and Psychosocial Measures Based on Fear of Reinjury/Lack of Confidence and Return-to-Sport Status After ACL Reconstruction by Trevor A. Lentz, PT, Giorgio Zeppieri Jr, PT, Steven Z. George, PT, PhD, Susan M. Tillman, PT, Michael W. Moser, MD, Kevin W. Farmer, MD and Terese L. Chmielewski, PT, PhD in The American Journal of Sports Medicine
I wrote a newspaper column on this topic last summer. Where do you think we are headed with concussions and CTE in soccer? The Cost of the Header by Sam Knight in The New Yorker
Is one minute of exercise really enough? Got a Minute? Let’s Work Out by Gretchen Reynolds in The New York Times
The pros and cons of genetically modified organisms (GMOs): The Truth About GMOs by Amy Paturel in WebMD
Exercise and Fitness
Good news on the benefits of running and feeling younger: Run to Stay Young by Gretchen Reynolds in The New York Times
A review of the science behind saunas after exercise: The Best Health and Fitness Tool You’re Not Using by Emily Shoemaker in Greatist
Social Media and Communication
I’d argue that social media is part of the background – just something you have to do to communicate with the public. Read Dr. V’s thoughts: Is Social Media Over? by Bryan Vartabedian, MD in 33charts.com
Some terrific tips to find ways to write articles and posts more consistently! How to Blog Consistently Without Burning Out by Ann Smarty in HubSpot
Scary statistic about smartphones and time spent working: 5 Routines to Clear Mental Clutter by Stephanie Vozza in Fast Company
Love this! Start your week off right: Always Dominate Monday by Steve in Nerd Fitness