Segment One – What is the MYZONE�? System?
Steve Kashul and Dr. Cole discuss the MYZONE system with Brian Lyons from Midtown Athletic Club/Oak Park which offers this unique tracking technology to members in its new state-of-the-art boutique fitness facility. MYZONE�? is a chest strap and monitoring system that transmits heart rate, calories and effort in real time to a live display and wirelessly uploads that data to a logbook that can be accessed online or through the free MYZONE�? Lite App. MYZONE�? is the only exercise tracking system in the world that is able to provide real-time feedback of exercise intensity as well as wirelessly upload exercise data that has been stored, making the technology simple and convenient for everyone to use. MYZONE�? collects data to the benefit of physical activity stakeholders, and enables health & fitness professionals to stay connected with their users.
Segment Two – How can we produce more female orthopedic surgeons?
Dr. Cole and Steve Kashul talk with Dr. Vani Sabesan, Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Western Michigan University School of Medicine about the shortage of female orthopedic surgeons. Dr. Sabeson explains the need for effective role models and how surgeons train, continue to learn and achieve their goals in getting their patients back in the game. Dr. Sabesan is board certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons. [30:00]
The Sports Medicine Weekly Podcast is the Sports Enthusiast's Official Resource for Fitness, Nutrition, Injury Prevention and Treatment
Podcast host, Dr. Brian Cole, an internationally renowned orthopedic surgeon, shares his clinical expertise to empower athletes and weekend warriors with knowledge on how to treat and prevent sports injuries and improve fitness.
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