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The Power of Balance: Muscle Power is Important for the Neural Control of Standing in Older Adult Females

2022-07-14T16:05:55-04:00

July, 2022 Phuong “Lisa” Ha, MSc, & Mathew Debenham, MSc The University of British Columbia | Okanagan Campus | School of Health and Exercise Science | Sensorimotor Physiology and Integrative Neuromechanics Lab Take home message Older females are weaker and less powerful than younger females but have larger corrective balance responses [...]

The Power of Balance: Muscle Power is Important for the Neural Control of Standing in Older Adult Females2022-07-14T16:05:55-04:00

Exercise to promote upper extremity function for individuals with a cervical spinal cord injury

2022-06-13T13:17:41-04:00

June, 2022 Keegan Kjargaard, BSc Kin Student, Abby Krzyzaniak, BKin Student, Nicolas Lavoie, BSc Kin Student, Miranda Maldaner, BKin Student, and Emily Massing, BKin Student Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta Take home message Conventional therapy, which includes physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and/or task specific training, is [...]

Exercise to promote upper extremity function for individuals with a cervical spinal cord injury2022-06-13T13:17:41-04:00

Endurance Exercise Attenuates Motor Function Symptoms for Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease

2022-06-13T13:09:10-04:00

May, 2022 Anthony Plettl, BSc Kin Student, Devon Portz, BSc Kin Student, Christian Ramos, BSc Kin Student, Brandon Reyes, BKin Student, and Caroline van Egteren, BKin Student Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport, and Recreation, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta Take home message Using endurance exercise guidelines as a minimal dose can lead [...]

Endurance Exercise Attenuates Motor Function Symptoms for Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease2022-06-13T13:09:10-04:00

The Relationship between Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Blood Pressure and Metabolic Health in Children

2022-06-13T13:01:40-04:00

March, 2022 Lyndon Rebello, Trinity Western University Take home message In children with excess fat, higher cardiorespiratory fitness is associated with a decreased probability of high blood pressure. Greater cardiorespiratory fitness is also associated with lower insulin resistance and improved liver function. Improvement in cardiorespiratory fitness should be considered as a [...]

The Relationship between Cardiorespiratory Fitness, Blood Pressure and Metabolic Health in Children2022-06-13T13:01:40-04:00

Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology 2021 Annual Report

2022-06-07T15:00:21-04:00

June 7, 2022 Welcome to the 2021 CSEP Annual Report! Read to learn about: The much anticipated CSEP-PATH® Resource Manual Third Edition, published in English and French in September 2021 The launch of the CSEP Get Active Questionnaire for Pregnancy and the CSEP Pre & Postnatal Specialization™ CSEP's new partnerships New awards and [...]

Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology 2021 Annual Report2022-06-07T15:00:21-04:00

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