11-3-11 “RunCast” A Weekly Forum of Everything Running

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Nov 032011
 

A weekly forum of everything running. With your host Mark Lorenzoni, a community running expert who has been directing hundreds ofarea “not-for-profit” footraces and coaching thousands of runners for the past 30 years. This week’s edition of “RunCast” was brought to you by The Ragged Mountain Running Shop. Central Virginia’s Community running and walking family partner since 1982. Convenietly locatd on the historic UVa Corner with free parking at their doorstep. Visit them at www.raggedmountainrunning.com or friend them on Facebook.

Pete Cross of ACAC on aging and exercise

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Sep 112008
 

Fitness specialist Pete Cross from ACAC joins Coy Barefoot to talk about how older people can stave off aging by staying in shape. Cross is 76 years old explains the importance of how fitness should fit into everyone’s life, and how the fitness industry has changed over the past few decades.

Good Carbs vs. Bad Carbs

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Dec 062007
 

With the holiday season upon us, traditional meals are a big part of the celebration. Meat, vegetables and breads are a big part of these feasts. Breads and the assortment of carbohydrates have become a big concern for individuals worried about their weight and health. The latest common wisdom on carbohydrates claims that eating so-called “bad carbs” will make you fat. But University of Virginia professor Glenn Gaesser, professor of exercise physiology and director of the kinesiology program in the Curry School of Education says, “that’s just nonsense. Eating sandwiches with white bread, or an occasional doughnut, isn’t going to kill you, or necessarily even lead to obesity.”

For more information about the show or to see the full text, visit the Oscar Show’s blog.

Good Carbs vs. Bad Carbs

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Dec 062007
 

With the holiday season upon us, traditional meals are a big part of the celebration. Meat, vegetables and breads are a big part of these feasts. Breads and the assortment of carbohydrates have become a big concern for individuals worried about their weight and health. The latest common wisdom on carbohydrates claims that eating so-called “bad carbs” will make you fat. But University of Virginia professor Glenn Gaesser, professor of exercise physiology and director of the kinesiology program in the Curry School of Education says, “that’s just nonsense. Eating sandwiches with white bread, or an occasional doughnut, isn’t going to kill you, or necessarily even lead to obesity.”

For more information about the show or to see the full text, visit the Oscar Show’s blog.