From failures to fitness, exercise physiology program helps Airmen excel

YOUNGSTOWN AIR RESERVE STATION, Ohio — Not long ago, Senior Airman Garri Johnson, commander support staff for the 910th Mission Support Group here, failed three Air Force fitness assessments. Failing a fourth fitness test would have put her in danger of being discharged from the Air Force Reserve. Instead, she scored a 93 on her next assessment, considered excellent by Air Force standards. Johnson’s fitness journey changed when her squadron and group leadership introduced her…

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Undergrad Nutrition and Exercise Physiology degree earns initial accreditation

Undergrad Nutrition and Exercise Physiology degree earns initial accreditation

Washington State University’s Department of Nutrition and Exercise Physiology was awarded initial accreditation for its bachelor of science in nutrition and exercise physiology degree program by the Committee on Accreditation for the Exercise Sciences, under the auspices of the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. NEP, which is part of the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, is the first exercise science program to be accredited by Committee on Accreditation for the Exercise Sciences…

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Difference In Volume Of Exercise Versus Intensity Of Exercise On Physiology And Behavior

Difference In Volume Of Exercise Versus Intensity Of Exercise On Physiology And Behavior

Published by Lisa S. Robison Department of Psychology, Stony Brook University, 100 Nicolls Road, Stony Brook, NY These findings are described in the article entitled The effects of volume versus intensity of long-term voluntary exercise on physiology and behavior in C57/Bl6 mice, recently published in the journal Physiology & Behavior (Physiology & Behavior 194 (2018) 218-232). This work was conducted by Lisa S. Robison, Dominique L. Popescu, Maria E. Anderson, Steven I. Beigelman, Shannon M. Fitzgerald, Antonina E….

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