Physical Therapy

School of Kinesiology and Physical Therapy Shines at National NSCA Conference

Written By: Drexler B. James '13 | July 13, 2021

School of Kinesiology and Physical Therapy Shines at National NSCA Conference

Faculty and students from the School of Kinesiology and Physical Therapy represented the College of Health Professions and Sciences during the annual National Strength and Conditioning Association conference, which was hosted in Orlando this year.

We extend our congratulations to the following faculty members on their awards:

We are also proud of our students and faculty members who presented their research during the conference:

The Effects of Fatiguing Leg Extension Muscle Actions With and Without Blood Flow Restriction on Neuromuscular Patterns of Responses: Paola M. Rivera, Christopher E. Proppe, Ethan C. Hill

The Acute Effects of Low-Load Resistance Training With and Without Blood Flow Restriction on Mean Power: Christopher E. Proppe, Paola M. Rivera, Ethan C. Hill

Contralateral Repeated Bout Effect of the Elbow Flexors in Untrained Males: Ariel Alberto, Nicholas A. Coker, Justine Renziehausen, Matt S. Stock, David H. Fukuda, M.H. Clark, Adam J. Wells

Force/Load-Velocity Profiling Methods and Army Combat Fitness Test Performance in ROTC Cadets: David Boffey, Joseph DiPrima, Amanda Straus, Carson McAbee, Bianka Monis, Hannah Bauta, David H. Fukuda

Influence of Body Composition on Army Combat Fitness Test Performance: Joseph DiPrima, David Boffey, Amanda Straus, Carson McAbee, Bianka Monis, Hannah Bauta, David H. Fukuda

Neuromechanical Responses Underlying the Contralateral Repeated Bout Effect: A Pilot Study: Nicholas A. Coker, Justine Renziehausen, Ariel Alberto, Matt S. Stock, David H. Fukuda, M.H. Clark, Adam J. Wells

NSCA poster presentationPaola Rivera at NSCAPoster presentation at NSCANSCA fellows 2021

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