FeaturesPost-Lung Transplant - Exercise GuidelinesLaSala, Toni T. Ph.D., ACSM-EP, EIM-II Author Information Toni T. LaSala, Ph.D., ACSM-EP, EIM-II,is an associate professor in the Department of Kinesiology at William Paterson University. Dr. LaSala is the internship coordinator for the Exercise Science undergraduates and graduates. Her research interests have been in caloric expenditure and fat oxidation in an antigravity environment and is currently moving into lung disorders and exercise because she is a double-lung transplant recipient caused by pulmonary hypertension. Disclosure:The author declares no conflict of interest and does not have any financial disclosures. Be an OrganDonor - 110,000 men, women, and children await lifesaving organ transplants. ACSM's Health & Fitness Journal 26(6):p 31-37, 11/12 2022. | DOI: 10.1249/FIT.0000000000000818 Buy Metrics Abstract Apply It! • Know clients' medications, timing, and adverse effects • Strengthening exercises — lower body and upper body • Aerobic activity — begin with walking, progress gradually, include stairclimbing • Breathing exercises — pursed lip breathing, diaphragmatic or belly breathing, and paced breathing • Balance and postural exercises Copyright © 2022 by American College of Sports Medicine.