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Sports Physiology

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Season 13 (9-20-2011)

Full Show: Athletes can make sports look easy, but there is a science behind being the best and staying healthy. Sport physiology is the study of how all of the body's parts work together to produce a good athlete. How can you run faster? How can you prevent injuries? Why is getting enough sleep and eating right an important part of winning the game?

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Other: Your body is built for movement. Learn more about the science behind becoming a better and healthier athlete.

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Web Extra: Prof. Dr. Caroline Faure and university athletic trainers Marc Paul and Barrie Steele stay after to answer more questions about sports physiology.

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