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Catherine Turner, Arnold Huang, Ali Ross, Kesley Taelor, Geneva Winters and Dolly Kelepecz-Momot
Presentation: Catherine Turner, Arnold Huang, Ali Ross, Kesley Taelor, Geneva Winters and Dolly Kelepecz-Momot
Catherine "Cassy" Turner, Arnold Huang, Ali Ross, Kesley Taelor, and Geneva Winters (all Physical Therapy), with assistance from Dolly Kelepecz-Momot (Dance), co-authored “Investigation of the Cardiovascular Endurance of College Dancers,” which compared cardiovascular endurance before and after a fitness and exercise education session, and examined dancers' attitudes to aerobic exercise outside of dance class. Winters presented the findings during the Performing Arts Medicine Association International Symposium in June.
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