Kinesiology 314:

Physiology of Exercise

with Gary Diffee

About this Course: Physiology of Exercise (Kinesiology 314) explores and appreciates knowledge about the adaptability of human physiological systems in meeting a range of exercise demands.

Kinesiology 314: Physiology of Exercise Times

MW

8:30-10:50am

Kinesiology 314: Physiology of Exercise Dates
June 19 –
August 13
Kinesiology 314: Physiology of Exercise Credits
Credit
Course
Kinesiology 314: Physiology of Exercise Questions
Questions?

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Meet Your Professor

Gary Diffee

Gary Diffee

Kinesiology

Gary Diffee runs the Diffee Lab. The research in the Diffee laboratory is focused on understanding the regulation of contraction in muscle cells. Regulation of the contractile force and speed is a complex process that involves the concerted effort of numerous cellular components. These regulatory processes are key in the modulation of contractile performance and are often subject to alteration by the muscle cell as it adapts during development, to changes in functional demand (such as with chronic exercise), or to aging or disease processes. Read more about their research here >

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