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Recruiting Participants for Study On Strength Training with Recreational Climbers

Effects of a Supplemental Strength Training Intervention on Climbing Performance in Recreational Climbers Chad Palmer, graduate student in Kinesiology (719-298-6337, chadpalmer@adams.edu)   Rock climbing is a young sport on the competitive scene. Due to the youth of the sport, there is insufficient research on the strength training needs for climbers, and researchers are calling for more […]

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Coaching staffs announced for five international competitions, including IAAF World Championships

http://www.usatf.org/News/Coaching-staffs-announced-for-five-international-c.aspx Dr. Brian Zuleger will serve as the sport psychologist for the NACAC U23 meet in Mexico along with Coach Damon Martin who will serve as an assistant coach for this meet as well as an assistant coach for the World Championships in Doha.

Colorado Cancer Coalition gets behind ASU cancer survivor research

Colorado Cancer Coalition gets behind ASU cancer survivor research

Students Present at and Attend Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine (RMACSM) Conference

The Adams State University Human Performance and Physical Education (HPPE) department travelled to Denver, amidst a snowy forecast in early March for the regional exercise science annual conference.  The Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine (RMACSM) conference was held at Metro State University of Denver March 1st and 2nd.   The conference […]

More Questions Than Answers: Navigating Not Knowing

After reading Beyond Meetings: Lessons and Successes in Advising Student Organizations I found myself feeling validated in my own experience as a Program Assistant in several ways. I didn’t expect to be able to relate as much due to the fact that I am still very new to this profession and less than a year […]

Then to Now Advising Development

Through reading the book Beyond Meetings Lessons and Successes in Advising Student Organzations it caused me to reflect on my experience over this past semester in advising  AS&F.  I thought back to when I first came to Adams and how I was so ready to change students lives and shake things up within the organization. While as […]

Tradition as an Excuse: Beyond Meetings

I must admit: this book was not what I expected it to be. For some reason I cannot explain, the title, Beyond Meetings, gave me the impression I would be learning how to navigate deep, intimate conversations with students outside of a formal meeting. While there are bits of this interspersed within the book, I […]

Raven Langosh Coaches National Powerlifting Champion

Raven Langosh is a recent graduate from Adams State University, having earned a B.S. in Exercise Science as a student in Human Performance and Physical Education. During Raven’s last year as an undergraduate at Adams, Raven also coached local athletes in the sport of powerlifting. In her first coaching season, Raven helped one of her […]

Documentary- Game On: Women Can Coach

While there has been an explosion of women participating in athletics since Title IX, only about 40% of them are coached by women. Game On: Women Can Coach explores the supporting research, dispels false narratives and celebrates female coaching pioneers. Produced with the University of Minnesota’s Tucker Center. Click the link below to watch. https://www.tpt.org/gameon/video/game-on-women-can-coach-uemfpy/

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