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    • The ACSM strategic health initiative on aging 

      Rogers, Michael E. (International Coalition for Aging and Physical Activity, 2012-08)
      To enhance its activities related to physical activity and exercise in older adults, the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) established the Strategic Health Initiative on Aging (SHI-A). This presentation will ...
    • Acute effects of five-toed shoes on postural SWAY 

      Epps, Elizabeth J.; Staab, Carina A.; Patterson, Jeremy A. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2013-05)
      The latest trend in athletic footwear is the five-toed running shoes. There are claims that the five-toed shoes will help develop strength and mechanical efficiency. PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to determine ...
    • Assessing variability of HIV transmission attitudes and behaviors at an urban northeastern university 

      Donnelly, J.; Donnelly, M.; Kittleson, M. J.; Procaccino, A. T.; Fogarty, K. J.; Duncan, D. F.; McClerren, B. L. (Ammons Scientific, 1996-04)
      Teenagers in the United States are one of the populations whose HIV infection rates are increasing most rapidly. This study was designed to measure college students' knowledge of HIV transmission methods using Kittleson ...
    • Assessment of VO2max and body composition following a 3-month wellness intervention for severe mental illness 

      Patterson, Jeremy A.; Drake, Rachel M.; Shoenecker, Alisha; Johnston, Judy A. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2012-05)
    • Association between balance and lower extremity strength in older adults aged 50 to 74 

      Stover, Caitlin D.; Amick, Ryan Zackary; Geddam, David E.; Young, Kaelin C.; Patterson, Jeremy A. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014-05)
      The ability to reduce functional limitations in older adults is a significant public health concern. With increasing age, many functional abilities can decrease secondary to physiological changes, limiting the ability to ...
    • Balance assessment using the balance error scoring system: 10 seconds versus 20 seconds evaluation time 

      Amick, Ryan Zackary; Stern, Danielle C.; Jansen, Samantha D.; Jorgensen, Michael J.; Patterson, Jeremy A. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014-05)
      The Balance Error Scoring System (BESS) is a subjective clinical balance assessment frequently used by various healthcare providers. A test administrator records the number of pre-defined errors committed by the test subject ...
    • Balance training for the older athlete 

      Rogers, Michael E.; Page, Phil; Takeshima, Nobuo (The Sports Physical Therapy Section, 2013-08)
      As the older adult population increases in size, the number of older adults participating in sport activities will also likely increase proportionally with a concomitant increase in musculoskeletal injuries. Age-associated ...
    • BESS scores observed in real time versus with slow-motion video recording 

      Stern, Danielle C.; Amick, Ryan Zackary; Jansen, Samantha D.; Jorgensen, Michael J.; Patterson, Jeremy A. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014-05)
      The Balance Error Scoring System (BESS) is a subjective clinical balance assessment frequently used by various healthcare providers. A test administrator records the number of pre-defined errors committed by the test subject ...
    • Bone adaptation to competitive collegiate-level cheer 

      Young, Kaelin C.; Roberts, Devin; Walton, Nicholas G.; Kendall, Kristina L.; Patterson, Jeremy A.; Rogers, Michael E. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014-05)
      Although not officially recognized by the NCAA as a sport, collegiate cheerleading has become extremely competitive over the last decade, requiring a high-level of physical fitness in order to perform gymnastic-like maneuvers ...
    • Building a national strategy to promote physical activity: the ACSM symposium 

      Buchner, David; Rogers, Michael E.; Chodzko-Zajko, Wojtek; Morgan, Amy L. (International Coalition for Aging and Physical Activity, 2012-08)
      Levels of physical activity are low in U.S. adults, and promotion of physical activity remains a public health priority. In the U.S., the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has been involved in several important ...
    • Caloric expenditure of elastic resistance training in upper and lower body exercise 

      Rogers, Michael E.; Patterson, Jeremy A.; del Pozo-Cruz, Borja; Travis, Robillard; Rogers, Nicole L.; Takeshima, Nobuo (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014-05)
      Caloric expenditure of 821 activities, including conditioning exercises, occupational activities such as masonry work, self-care activities such as dressing, and lawn care activities such as mowing, have been previously ...
    • Changes in muscle thickness over 12 months in older frail women nursing home residents 

      Takeshima, Nobuo; Shimada, Keizo; Ishida, Yoshie; Kitabayashi, Yukiko; Kato, Yoshiji; Rogers, Nicole L.; Rogers, Michael E. (International Coalition for Aging and Physical Activity, 2012-08)
      Introduction: The reduction of skeletal muscle mass that occurs with aging (sarcopenia) leads to disability in the elderly population. Purpose: To investigate the prevalence of sarcopenia among older frail nursing home ...
    • Changes in peak oxygen uptake and substrate utilization in male collegiate soccer players 

      Siegel, Shannon R.; Chen-Maynard, Dorothy; Lindley, Martin R.; Jarvis, Sarah; Almanza, Gracie; Chavez, Floyd; Hollingshead, Ryan; Menacho, Anthony; Menacho, Eddie; Turcato, Martina (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2012-05-02)
    • Comparative effects of whey protein versus L-leucine on skeletal muscle protein synthesis and markers of ribosome biogenesis following resistance exercise 

      Mobley, C. Brooks; Fox, Carlton D.; Thompson, Richard M.; Healy, James C.; Santucci, Vincent; Kephart, Wesley C.; McCloskey, Anna E.; Kim, Mike; Pascoe, David D.; Martin, Jeffrey S.; Moon, Jordan R.; Young, Kaelin C.; Roberts, Michael D. (Springer Vienna, 2016-03)
      We compared immediate post-exercise whey protein (WP, 500 mg) versus l-leucine (LEU, 54 mg) feedings on skeletal muscle protein synthesis (MPS) mechanisms and ribosome biogenesis markers 3 h following unilateral plantarflexor ...
    • A comparative study: tongue muscle performance in weightlifters and runners 

      VanRavenhorst-Bell, Heidi A.; Mefferd, Antje S.; Coufal, Kathy L.; Patterson, Jeremy A. (Wiley Open Access, 2018-11-01)
      Exercise mode (i.e., resistance training, endurance training) is known to yield mode-specific effects on strength and endurance of muscles that are directly targeted during the exercise. Such mode-specific effects can also ...
    • Comparison of bone mineral density between male masters runners and cyclists 

      Lajza, David G.; Tribby, Aaron C.; Patterson, Kaitlyn M.; Stover, Caitlin D.; Geddam, David A.R.; Abe, Takashi; Young, Kaelin C. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014-05)
      For maintenance of bone mass during adulthood, it is commonly recommended to participate in relatively high level weight-bearing exercise. Weight-bearing exercise includes aerobic activities such as jogging or activities ...
    • Comparison of postural sway measures using a balance platform and mobile application 

      Takeshima, Nobuo; Patterson, Jeremy A.; Amick, Ryan Zackary; Rogers, Nicole L.; Young, Kaelin C.; Rogers, Michael E. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014-05)
      Balance training has become common in therapeutic exercise routines for rehabilitation, injury prevention, and fall prevention. Unstable surfaces such as foam pads are commonly used in these purportedly to improve balance. ...
    • Comparison of the SWAY balance mobile application to the BESS balance assessment in older adults 

      Jansen, Samantha D.; Amick, Ryan Zackary; Stern, Danielle C.; Chaparro, Alex; Patterson, Jeremy A. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014-05)
      Balance assessment has commonly been subjective; however, advances in handheld mobile devices have provided objective balance measurement tools. Recently, the SWAY Balance Mobile Application, which utilizes tri-axial ...
    • A consecutive loop elastic band placed around the distal end of the thighs during an overhead barbell squat increases medial knee collapse 

      Collins, Brandon W.; Forman, Davis A.; Rogers, Michael E.; Forman, Garrick N.; Page, Phil; Holmes, Michael W. R.; Button, Duane C. (Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc., 2017-05)
      The use of a resistant band wrapped around the distal end of the thighs may act as a proprioceptive aid to reduce medial collapse of the knee during squats. No studies have examined this corrective technique on mechanically ...
    • Correlation between Borg scale (6-20) with a new water cycling scale (Brasil scale) 

      Brasil, Roxana M.; Pinto, Stephanie S.; Calatayud, Joaquin; Colado, Juan C.; Benavent, Juan; Rogers, Michael E. (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014-05)
      There is still a need to find valid methods of monitoring training intensity during aquatic exercises training and in particular in water cycling.PURPOSE: To examine the construct validity of the new water cycling scale ...