Kinesiology 288, Exercise Physiology, focuses on the application of anatomy and physiology to human movement, how the body moves, and physiological responses to exercise stress. For the research project presented here, students broke into groups and designed an experiment that investigated an observed relationship in the field of exercise physiology. At the end of the research project, students were able to:
- ask a question, develop a hypothesis, and design an experiment to test the hypothesis.
- develop a method for collecting and analyzing data.
- use computers as a means of collecting, analyzing, and presenting scientific data.
- work in teams as a means of achieving a goal.
Kinesiology 288 Exercise Physiology Spring 2015, Toni Burkhalter
Kinesiology 288 Exercise Physiology Spring 2016, Toni Burkhalter
Blood Glucose Levels and High Intensity Exercise with Respect to Meal Timing, Gabriel S. Barnett and Bryan A. Frees
Ingestion of a Nutritional Supplement Pre-Workout Will Increase Exercise Time-to-Fatigue, Allison D. Bloomer, Beena R. Chemmanchery, Rachel Liebowitz, and Hannah M. Zalaker
Effect of Caffeine on Heart Rate and Calories Burned During Exercise, Steven E. Franco, Luis A. Galvan, Ronny M. Olvera, and Malcom J. Taylor
Average Strength Comparison Between Males and Females in Weight Training, Jaz M. Kates and Josh D. Payne
The Effects of Music Genres on Average Heart Rate During Exercise, Dulcenea Scott, Shelby Paris, Ben Cochrane, Annie Rund, and Kumar Bhowmik
Flexibility, Hailey M. Drollinger, Gaige J. Rinkenberger, and Nolan J. Woller