Media request, facilitated SME interview.
Published in Women's Health Magazine
Written by Ashley Mateo
Trampoline fitness is back in a big way, but is it a good workout? I was excited to have this piece published in the print edition of Women's Health Magazine, featuring our lead fitness researcher. The article highlights the aerobic benefits of trampoline fitness classes, a trend that comes and goes every few years.
Media request, drafted CEO statement
Broadcast on ABC News
Written by Erin Schumaker
Here's what the latest science says is optimal for health.
If you're looking to get back on the fitness wagon after a holiday season of overindulgence, consider making this year's goal to exercise for optimal health, rather than weight loss.
Published by Outside Magazine
Written by Alex Hutchinson
A new analysis tracks people doing 35 hours of exercise per week for a decade, and finds no evidence of heart risks.
Published in The Washington Post
Written by Amby Burfoot
Contrary to concerns raised by some cardiology experts, people who exercise an “extraordinary” number of hours per week are not damaging their hearts, according to a new report presented Monday at the annual meeting of the American Heart Association in Philadelphia.
A group of Dallas-based researchers shared health and mortality data for 54 men and 12 women who regularly engaged in 35 hours per week of leisure-time physical activity. No one had previously investigated more than a handful of similar individuals.
While working at the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD), I was able to do some of my most exciting work. See samples of the following: