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An integral part of the function of the Central States Chapter is getting students involved in their primary professional organization

2022 Central States Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine Student Research Grant Recipients

JoJo Shields, PhD, Oklahoma State University

Cassandra Beattie, PhD, Kansas State University

Olivia Anderson, PhD, Oklahoma State University

Lilly Cleveland, Undergraduate, The University of Kansas

Natalie Morgan, Undergraduate, Drury University

Mia Young, Undergraduate, Oklahoma State University

** Stay tuned for 2023 grant submission instructions **

2022 CSACSM Award Winners

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Student Research Award Winner - Maria Maltez Navarrette (Undergraduate)

Student Research Award Winner - Shawn Allen (Master's)

Student Research Award Winner - Seonkyun Lim (Doctorate)

Student Podcast Episode 1 

Conversation with Aaron Caldwell, University of Arkansas PhD candidate

Student Podcast Episode 2

Conversation with Dr. Nicholas Greene, Assistant Professor, University of Arkansas

Student Podcast Episode 3

Conversation with Dr. Tim Lightfoot, Omar Smith Endowed Professor of Kinesiology and Director of the Huffines Institute, Texas A&M University

Student Podcast Episode 4

Conversation with PhD student Whitley Atkins about working in a tech start up firm

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Five Practices for Staying Calm, Focused and Productive during the Holidays | Infographic

Life is busy, stressful and unpredictable — particularly during the holiday season. Practice all five of these suggestions and you’ll find you have more focused and intentional time than you thought to tackle work tasks, home life and more. Developed in partnership with Wellcoaches.

Halloween Safety Tips | Infographic

Halloween can be a fun holiday for families if you follow these safety tips to keep trick-or-treaters and party goers safe at night!

AED Poster

Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) survival rates increase by 50% if CPR and defibrillation are used within 3-5 minutes.

When Should I Get an X-ray for My Foot or Ankle Injury? | Infographic

If you’ve recently hurt your ankle, you may be concerned that you have a sprained or broken ankle. Distinguishing between them can be difficult and an accurate diagnosis often requires an X-ray. Follow these guidelines when evaluating an ankle injury, shared by Kyle Samyn, D.O., in this infographic.

Activity Guidelines for School-Age Children | Infographic

School-aged children should get at least 60 minutes of moderate- or vigorous-intensity physical activity every day of the week. Learn more in this infographic created by Jessie Fudge, M.D., FACSM.

Music Tempo Guidelines for Exercise

Wondering what kind of music pairs well with a certain exercise? This resource will help you identify which BPM range you should target.

Exams updated for ACSM's Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, 11th edition

Updates and changes now live in certification exams to reflect ACSM's Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, 11th edition.

Breathing Your Way toward Mental Clarity

Use these tips to take control of your breathing, which may help improve your mental health.

Healthy Habits for Distance Running

Drs. Heather and Kevin Vincent provide key tips for maintaining proper form while distance running.

6 Tips for Physical Activity with Type 2 Diabetes | Infographic

Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects more than 463 million people worldwide, and Type 2 Diabetes accounts for 90%–95% of all cases. Research in exercise science confirms that physical activity can help prevent type 2 diabetes, as well as help patients manage its effects.

Parkinson’s Exercise Recommendations | Infographic

Parkinson’s is a progressive disease of the nervous system marked by tremor, stiffness, slow movement and balance problems. Exercise and physical activity can improve many motor and non-motor Parkinson’s symptoms. Learn more in this infographic developed alongside the Parkinson's Foundation.

Stay Active to Reduce Blood Pressure | Infographic

High blood pressure is one of the most common modifiable risk factors for heart disease and stroke in women. Find information and tips in this infographic.