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Sports Performance Anxiety (Part 1)

V17N4a - Topics
Performance Anxiety Consists Of Psychological And Physical Symptoms
The Primary Cause Of Sports Performance Anxiety Is Fear Of Failure
In Sport An Athlete Might Be Overwhelmed By Anxiety And Simply ‘Flop’
What Makes Us Feel Anxious Are The Expectations We Have Of Ourselves

Dr. Joan Vernikos: Gravity, Movement & Health



V17N4c - Guest
Dr. Joan Vernikos, former Director of NASA’s Life Sciences, is an author, health coach, consultant and sought-after motivational speaker on the tangible health and economic benefits to individuals and organizations to resetting your health for life, living healthy and healthy aging.

PSN No. 42: Build Strength

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Human Beings Have Always Been Fascinated With Physical Strength And Power
Strength Is A Measure Of The Maximum Force Generated By A Muscle Or Muscle Group
Maintaining A Positive Nitrogen Balance Is Enormously Important To Building Strength
Power Is The Strength That Moves. The Single Most Important Determinant Of Biological Age Is Muscle Mass

Onions | Loud Talkers


V17N3b - Topics
What’s Cookin? Onions
Hot Topic: Loud Talkers

Michael Holly: Secrets of the Champions



V17N3c - Guest
Michael Holly has been working the stages of Las Vegas since 1987 and around the world as a juggler and comedian. He was born and raised in Orange County California and earned a degree in Psychology and Theater at U.C. Irvine.

Vegetable Chips | Dinner Parties


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What’s Cookin? Vegetable Chips
Hot Topic: Dinner Parties

PSN No. 41: Why Take Supplements?

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It’s Assumed By Countless Individuals That They Get “Everything” They Need From Food Alone
“Need” Is Generally Confined To The Prevention Of Classical Disease, Such As Scurvy
Most People Find The Discipline Associated With Eating Well Consistently An Incredible Challenge
Each Person Is Genetically Unique and Therefore Requires Different Quantities of the Same Nutrients

Nina Teicholz: The Big Fat Surprise


V17N2c - Guest
Nina Teicholz is an investigative journalist and author of the International and New York Times bestseller, The Big Fat Surprise. Nina attended Yale and Stanford where she studied biology and majored in American Studies. She has a master’s degree from Oxford University and served as associate director of the Center for Globalization and Sustainable Development at Columbia University.

Protein Butter Balls | NY Resolutions


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What’s Cookin? Protein Butter Balls
Hot Topic: NY Resolutions

PSN No. 40: The New Paradigm of Sports Nutrition

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The New Paradigm Of Sports Nutrition Focuses On Health And Function Long-Term
The Molecular Processes That Ultimately Govern Human Health Are Extremely Complex
Much Of What Western Society Believes About Nutrition Is A Distortion Of Science And Truth
An Amazing Number Of People Have No Idea How Food Affects Their Health & Body Composition

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