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Aquatic Cross Training for Athletes: Part II

Becker, Bruce E MD, FACSM1; Lindle-Chewning, June M MA2; Huff, Kimberly MS, CSCS3; Sherlock, Brian W PTA4; Sherlock, Lori A MS, CSCS5; Stolt (Johannessen), Meg MS, CSCS6; Haff, G Gregory PhD, CSCS*D, FNSCA

Strength & Conditioning Journal: June 2008 - Volume 30 - Issue 3 - p 67-73
doi: 10.1519/SSC.0b013e3181777b84
OTHER FEATURES: Roundtable Discussion

THE CURRENT ROUNDTABLE IS THE SECOND PART OF A TWO PART SERIES WHICH EXPLORES THE USE OF AQUATIC TRAINING METHODS BY ATHLETES. WITH THE INCREASED RESEARCH FOCUS ON TRAINING IN AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS THE CURRENT ROUNDTABLE IS DESIGNED TO EXPAND UPON THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THE FIRST ROUNDTABLE.

1Research Professor at Washington State University and Clinical Professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine; 2The Aquatic Exercise Association as trainer, test consultant, research council member, and education consultant; 3Fitness Coordinator at a CCRC in St. Petersburg, Florida, and serves on the Research Council for the Aquatic Exercise Association; 4The director of aquatics at HealthWorks Rehabilitation and Fitness in Morgantown, West Virginia; 5Assistant Professor and the Aquatic Therapy Coordinator at West Virginia University; 6The owner of MSJ Athletics in NYC.

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Bruce E. Becker, MD, FACSM, is Research Professor at Washington State University and Clinical Professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine.

June M. Lindle-Chewning, MA, works for the Aquatic Exercise Association as trainer, test consultant, research council member, and education consultant.

Kimberly Huff, MS, CSCS, is Fitness Coordinator at a CCRC in St. Petersburg, Florida, and serves on the Research Council for the Aquatic Exercise Association.

Brian W. Sherlock, PTA is the director of aquatics at HealthWorks Rehabilitation and Fitness in Morgantown, West Virginia.

Lori A. Sherlock, MS, CSCS is an Assistant Professor and the Aquatic Therapy Coordinator at West Virginia University.

Meg Stolt (Johannessen), MS, CSCS, is the owner of MSJ Athletics in NYC.

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