In 1999, Dr. Jack Wilmore and several faculty members at Texas A&M University began to meet with the intention of connecting the science and practice of sports medicine and human performance more closely. What Dr. Wilmore and others had seen was the gradual separation and disconnection between those who did the research in Sports Medicine from the coaches and athletes who actually used sports medicine. Thus, the precursor to the Huffines Institute was born.
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Facilitating research, application, and communication between sports scientists, practitioners, and the world.
To help prepare, support, and promote individuals interested in and currently engaged in the coaching profession or related areas of youth development.
An event like no other. We bring eight national leaders and thinkers in Human Performance and Sports Medicine to Texas A&M and let them speak each for 15 minutes.
What's Happening at the Huffines Institute
This is a full-time faculty or staff member at Texas A&M with a research or practice emphasis in Sports Medicine and Human Performance.
Practitioners are anyone who applies the principles of exercise science and sports medicine to individuals in an effort to improve their health and/or performance.
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We have developed a number of resources for the public and hold public talks with some of the foremost leaders in the field of Sports Medicine and Human Performance.
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