Podcasts

AATA Podcast: How To Fuel Your Dancer

How To Fuel Your Dancer — (Michelle Macedonio, MS, RDN, LD; Roberta Anding, MS, RD/LD, CSSD, CDE; Astrid Zuluaga-Lopez)
September 19, 2022 • 1 hr 3 min
Perhaps no field in medicine is fraught with as much misinformation and confusion as nutrition. This directly impacts the dance world, as many restrict the very food elements that fuels a dancer to perform. So Yasi and Steven get into it with two of Yasi’s colleagues and mentors from the Sports and Human …

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AATA Podcast: All Elite Wrestling: AEW Champions Wardlow and Thunder Rosa

All Elite Wrestling: AEW Champions Wardlow and Thunder Rosa — (Dr. Michael Sampson, Wardlow, Thunder Rosa)
August 31, 2022 • 1 hr 4 min
Perhaps nothing embodies the idea of “Athletes and the Arts” than professional wrestling. For 52 weeks a year, AEW (All Elite Wrestling) tours the world, putting on shows that combine athleticism, power, theatricality, performance, and toughness that thrills audiences everywhere. So how in the world can they do it week after week? How do they perform …

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AATA Podcasts!

Athletes and the Arts (AATA) is proud to present our all-original podcasts!
Hosts: Dr. Steve Karageanes and Yasi Ansari
Visit our main page on Captivate which lists all the places to find these podcasts:
https://athletes-and-the-arts.captivate.fm/listen
 
How To Fuel Your Dancer — (Michelle Macedonio, MS, RDN, LD; Roberta Anding, MS, RD/LD, CSSD, CDE; Astrid Zuluaga-Lopez)
September 19, 2022 • 1 hr 3 min
Perhaps no field in medicine is fraught with as much misinformation and confusion as nutrition. This directly …

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AATA Podcast: Multiple Sclerosis and the Musician

Multiple Sclerosis and the Musician — (Raymond Meade and Mark Janicki, MD)
May 25, 2022 • 1 hr 1 min
Raymond Meade has been in the UK music industry for over two decades, first as a singer/songwriter for the Ronelles, a solo artist and session musician, and current bassist for Ocean Colour Scene. He also made a BBC documentary about the music of Auschwitz. His life is literally in his hands.
So what happens when those hands start tingling during …

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AATA Podcast: Multiple Sclerosis and the Musician

Multiple Sclerosis and the Musician — (Raymond Meade, Dr. Mark Janicki)
May 25, 2022 • 1 hr 1 min
Raymond Meade has been in the UK music industry for over two decades, first as a singer/songwriter for the Ronelles, a solo artist and session musician, and current bassist for Ocean Colour Scene. He also made a BBC documentary about the music of Auschwitz. His life is literally in his hands.
So what happens when those hands start tingling during a …

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AATA Podcast:

Dancing with the Diablo — (Selina Shah, MD, Lauren Jonas, Raymond Tilton, Justin Levitt)
April 29, 2022 • 1 hr 10 min
On this episode, Steven and Yasi talk with the artistic and wellness pros behind Diablo Ballet, a professional dance company and ballet school in Walnut Creek, California. As they celebrate the end of their 28th season, we find out how they manage to keep health and wellness a priority, while maintaining artistic excellence. We also delve into the …

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AATA Podcast:

How Sound and Music Can Heal — (Renèe Fleming, Nina Kraus)
March 22, 2022 • 59 min
The power of music and sound to heal the mind and body is being unlocked through new neuroscience research and education. Exciting developments are showing how music and sound can tap into important brain functions and even treat such conditions as Autism, concussion, Alzheimer’s, and even aging. Yasi and Steven talk to two people at the forefront of this exploding field.
Acclaimed soprano …

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