Exercise science students present at international conference
Jul. 30, 2019
Lakeland University exercise science research students and recent graduates presented the following studies at the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports 37 Annual Conference, in Oxford, Ohio, on July 21-25, 2019. Eight LU exercise science students and recent graduates were authors on these papers.
- Garrett Duffin presented the study titled, "The optimal plyometric exercise horizontal to vertical force ratio for sprinting." Co-authors included Alyssa Stockero and William Ebben. Duffin also presented the study titled, "Terminal and exterior ballistic evaluation of active shooter: Countermeasures of convenience in a biomechanics classroom or laboratory." Ebben was a co-author.
- Dylan Lange presented the study titled, "Kinetic and subjective analysis of knee rollers, hands free crutch, and conventional crutches." Co-authors included Martesia Neal, Casey Takahashi, Josh Reisimer, Stockero and Ebben. Lange also presented the study titled, "Multi-planar analysis of the traditional back squat and Smith machine back squat." Co-authors included Reisimer, Stockero, Takahashi, Duffin and Ebben.
- Alyssa Stockero presented the study titled, "Gender analysis of hip abductor and adductor force ratios." Co-authors included Duffin, Reisimer, Neenah Primas, Jack Shevalier and Ebben.