Jeffrey Armstrong, PhD
PhD in Exercise Physiology: University of Toledo
MS in Exercise Pysiology: West Virginia University
BS in Geology: West Virginia University
Professional: Jeff is in his 15th year of post-doctorate teaching at the university level, and teaches numerous courses in exercise science. With a commitment to serving the educational needs of all professions emanating from the Exercise Science and Physical Education Teacher Education majors, Jeff seeks to prepare WOU students for the infinite opportunities available to Exercise Science students. He also has a passion for performance sports training and undergraduate research. He seeks to involve his students in research projects that will lead to presentations at regional and national conferences, as well as publication in peer-reviewed journals. His research interest are in the area of neuromuscular adaptations to exercise, including research on whole-body vibration training, sensory motor training, mechanomyography, the Hoffmann reflex (H-reflex), control entropy, and the “intensity” analysis of physiological signals (e.g., electromyogram and mechanomyogram).
Exercise Motivation and Adherence
Exercise Testing and Prescription
Foundations of Exercise Science
Physiology of Exercise
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