ACSM’s Brown Bag Series in Science gives students and professionals a chance to learn more about the diverse science ACSM members conduct. The monthly informal discussions take place between September and May and highlight what ACSM members study, the general research methodology they use and some of the interesting results their research generates.
For insights on how to incorporate these webinars into your lesson plans, check out this blog by ACSM Chief Science Officer Lynette Craft, Ph.D., FACSM and Beth Taylor, Ph.D., FACSM.
Metabolically Healthy Obesity: Can We Really Be Obese and Healthy?
Sarah M. Camhi, Ph.D., ACSM-EP, ACSM-EIM2, FACSM, FAHA
Cultivating a Mind for Medals: Inside Winter Olympic Medal Performance
Dr. Stephen P. Gonzalez, CMPC
Skiing Even Faster: Winter Olympics in Beijing
Cannabis Trends in Exercise Science & Sports Medicine
Jeff Konin, Ph.D., ATC, PT, FACSM
Leveraging the Human-Dog Bond to Promote Physical Activity
Katie Potter, Ph.D.
Delivery and Assessment of Physical Activity in Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
Lauren Ptomey, Ph.D., R.D., L.D. and Joseph Sherman, M.S
Insights from 25 Years Chasing Wildland Fire Crews
Brent Ruby, Ph.D., FACSM
Thermoregulatory Sweating: A Particularly Human Benefit and Potential Problem
Thad Wilson, Ph.D.
Muscle & Bone: A Match Made for Strength
Vanessa R. Yingling, Ph.D. FACSM
Mental Toughness in Sport
Andreas Stamatis, Ph.D.
Can You Outrun a Bad Diet?
Glenn Gaesser, Ph.D., FACSM