High-Intensity Interval Training And Health with Guest Lecture Dr. Yuri Feito.
Dr. Yuri Feito is an associate professor of Exercise Science at Kennesaw State University and a member of the graduate faculty at Kansas State University in the Kinesiology department. He has been involved in the medical fitness industry for over 15 years working with a variety of clinical population. Dr. Feito obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in Exercise Physiology, and has master degrees in Movement Science and Public Health. Both master degrees have provided experiences in clinical physiology and community health. He is a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and is certified as a Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist (RCEP) and Certified Exercise Specialist (CEP). As a clinician, he has a level III Exercise is Medicine® credential and a Clinical Exercise Physiologist National Provider Identification Number. His current research interests include adaptations to high-intensity functional training, as well as the study of injuries within this training modality. In addition, he has studied the use of objective measures to promote and measure physical activity among individuals of all ages.
Clayton State University — Main Campus – Lecture Hall Room: B12
Name: Melanie Poudevigne, PhD, FACSM, CC-AASP