Redhawk Squawk: Exercise for Life Podcast
Coaching with Adrienne Moore

Coaching with Adrienne Moore

June 17, 2021

Adrienne is a trainer, facilitator, idea-generator, and solution-finder! With twenty years of experience in coaching, youth development, and program facilitation, Adrienne has trained hundreds of coaches, worked with dozens of organizations nation-wide, and provided strategy for higher education, outdoor education, and sports-based youth development programming. She’s worked for organizations such as Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center, University of Washington Center for Leadership in Athletics, Up2Us Sports, and currently supports the King County Play Equity Coalition. Adrienne was a collegiate student athlete at Western Washington University and holds a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Washington Evans School of Policy and Governance. She lives in Seattle, WA.

Technology in Health and Fitness with Dan Giuliani

Technology in Health and Fitness with Dan Giuliani

June 1, 2021
Dan Giuliani is the Co-Founder & CEO of Volt Athletics, a technology company dedicated to helping people safely reach their health, fitness, and performance goals through AI-powered, personalized workout plans, delivered through a world-class mobile app. Volt is trusted by over a million users worldwide, including athletes training for sport, soldiers training for duty, and everyday people training for life. 
 
Volt was named the 5th Fastest Growing Company in Seattle in 2018 and one of the Best Companies to Work For in Washington three times. Dan was also named one of the country's Top 25 Consumer HealthTech Executives of 2020.
 
In addition to his work at Volt, Dan taught Sport Performance at the University of Washington in the Intercollegiate Athletic Leadership (IAL) masters program for five years, He holds a Masters degree in Sport Administration and Leadership (MSAL) from Seattle University and is both a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and a Registered Strength and Conditioning Coach (RSCC) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).  
 
Dan is also a Founding Member of the Rolling Stone Culture Council and a mentor in the University of Washington Men's Basketball program.
Earth Day Special: Sustainability with Dr. Brian McCullough

Earth Day Special: Sustainability with Dr. Brian McCullough

May 4, 2021

Dr. McCullough developed and assisted in the creation of the United Nation's Sport for Climate Action Framework and is currently working with the Commonwealth Secretariat for Sport Development and Peace to assess the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 13 into sport throughout the Commonwealth. He is also the director of the Sport Ecology Lab at Texas A&M and he is co-director of the Sport Ecology Group. 

Sustainability with Darcy Winslow

Sustainability with Darcy Winslow

April 23, 2021
Darcy Winslow worked at Nike, Inc. for 21 years. She led large scale systems change efforts within Nike, and held several senior management positions, most notably starting the Sustainable Business Strategies in 1999, Global Director for Research Design and Development, General Manager/VP for Nike’s Global Women’s Footwear, Apparel and Equipment division, and Senior Advisor to the Nike Foundation.
 
Darcy participates as a Board Member for The Carbon Underground, The Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education, and Regenerative Earth. She is an avid athlete and draws inspiration from her time in nature. We spoke with Darcy about her educational background, women in the industry and her efforts in sustainability.
Virtual Reality with Dr. Jimmy Bagley

Virtual Reality with Dr. Jimmy Bagley

April 1, 2021

Dr. Jimmy Bagley is an Associate Professor of Kinesiology at San Francisco State University where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in exercise physiology. Dr. Bagley directs the Muscle Physiology Lab, and has published over 100 peer-reviewed scientific articles and abstracts in the fields of exercise physiology, muscle biology, and health technology. He collaborates with researchers in academia, industry, and government from around the world with the aim: to better understand human performance. Dr. Bagley’s work has been featured in popular media outlets, such as the Discovery Channel, CNN, Women’s Health, Men’s Health, and Runner’s World. He is also an active member of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), American Physiological Society (APS), and National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA). We spoke with Dr. Bagley regarding his Virtual Reality (VR) research and how it's development may be used for exercising. 

 

Pelvic Floor Health and the LGBTQ+ community with Dr.Brianna Durand

Pelvic Floor Health and the LGBTQ+ community with Dr.Brianna Durand

March 12, 2021

Dr. Brianna Durand studied physical therapy at Texas Woman's University in Houston, Tx after earning her Bachelor’s of Athletic Medicine at the University of Texas San Antonio. During and after graduate school, she received training on pelvic floor physical therapy in addition to her orthopedic manual skillset. She was one of the co-founders of PT Proud, a group in the American Physical Therapy Association, which serves to advance education regarding the LGBTQ+ community in physical therapy. She is passionate about providing care to individuals in the LGBTQ+ community, especially those undergoing hormonal/surgical transition. Dr. Durand is the founder of Empower Physiotherapy, a concierge private practice in Seattle.

Black History Month Special: Race and Sport with Dr. Alvin Logan

Black History Month Special: Race and Sport with Dr. Alvin Logan

February 16, 2021

Black History Month Special: Race and Sport featuring Dr. Alvin Logan.

Dr. Logan attend the University of Washington graduating with both a Bachelor’s in Urban Planning and Master’s in Education, where he also played two sports. Since completing his PhD at the University of Texas at Austin, his research and scholarship revolves around on Black Males in higher education, with special focus on Black collegiate athlete identity development.
Physical Activity in Schools with Dr. Rebecca Hasson

Physical Activity in Schools with Dr. Rebecca Hasson

January 29, 2021

Dr. Rebecca Hasson, is an Associate Professor in the Schools of Kinesiology and Public Health and Director of the Active Schools and Communities Core Unit of the University of Michigan Exercise & Sport Science Initiative. We spoke with Dr. Hasson about the benefits of incorporating physical activity in schools.  

 

Stress, Exercise and the Undergraduate Student with Dr. Catherine Sabiston

Stress, Exercise and the Undergraduate Student with Dr. Catherine Sabiston

January 21, 2021

Dr. Catherine Sabiston is a professor of exercise and health psychology in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education at the University of Toronto. She also holds a Tier II Canada Research Chair in physical activity and mental health and is the Director of the Mental Health and Physical Activity Research Centre. Dr. Sabiston has received many research and career awards, has held over $20 Million in funding for her research, and has nearly 250 publications. Her current research is focused on improving physical activity services for help-seeking students on post-secondary campuses.

 

The Science Behind a Good Sports Bra with Dr. Julie Steele

The Science Behind a Good Sports Bra with Dr. Julie Steele

January 21, 2021

Senior Professor Julie Steele is Founder and Director of both the Biomechanics Research Laboratory and Breast Research Australia (BRA), University of Wollongong, Australia. She will come ready with evidence-based tips on design features of various sports bras and how to choose a sports bra that fits. Not all bras, or bodies, are created equal and spoke with Julie who will share her insights into the unique breast support needs of women participating in sport or physical activity.

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