Lakeland University exercise science students Dylan Lange, Alicia Thone, Alyssa Stockero and Garrett Duffin each presented studies at the National Strength and Conditioning Association-Wisconsin State Conference, in Waukesha, Wis., on April 13.
Lange presented the study titled, “Longitudinal monitoring of the nutrition, sleep, and physical performance status of college soccer players.” Stockero, recent graduate Joshua Mann and Associate Professor of Exercise Science William Ebben were co-investigators.
Thone presented the study titled, “Multi-planar analysis of the traditional back squat and Smith machine back squat.” Duffin, Stockero, Lange, Ebben and recent graduates Joshua Reisimer and Casey Takahashi were co-investigators.
Stockero presented the study titled, “Gender analysis of hip abductor and adductor force ratios.” Lakeland students Jack Shevalier, Neenah Primas and Duffin, recent graduates Martesia Neal and Reisimer and Ebben were co-investigators.
Duffin presented the study titled, “The optimal plyometric exercise horizontal to vertical force ratio for sprinting.” Stockero and Ebben were co-investigators.