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Jason Casey, Ph.D.

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Title: Assistant Professor
Phone: 678-717-3646
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Office: Physical Education Building, 172, Gainesville
Areas of Expertise: Human Performance, Strength & Conditioning, Monitoring Athletes, Research Methodology

Courses Taught

  • KINS 3012 Introduction to Strength & Conditioning
  • KINS 4012 Advanced Strength & Conditioning
  • PHED 6002 Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Education
  • PHED 7001 Advanced Exercise Physiology
  • PHED 7114 Trends and Issues in Health & Physical Education

Education

  • Ph.D., Human Performance, The University of Alabama, 2016
  • M.A., Exercise Science, The University of Alabama, 2011
  • B.S., Exercise and Sport Science, The University of Alabama, 2008

Research/Special Interests

  • Identification of mediating factors governing fatigue and recovery
  • Modalities to enhance performance and improve recovery
  • Monitoring athlete performance, recovery, and physiological changes throughout the sporting season
  • Investigation of high intensity functional training

Publications

Fields, JB, Metoyer, CJ, Casey, JC, Esco, MR, Jagim, AR, and Jones, MT. Comparison of body composition variables across a large sample of NCAA women athletes from six competitive sports. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 2018; 32(9), 2452-2457.

Snarr, RL, Casey, JC, Hallmark, AV, and Esco, MR. Electromyographical comparison of traditional and kipping pull-up variations. Journal of Australian Strength and Conditioning, 2018; 26(2): 28-34.

Ng, J, Wingo, JE, Bishop, PA, Casey, JC, and Aldrich, EK. Ice slurry ingestion and physiological strain during exercise in non-compensable heat stress. Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 2018; 89(5): 434-441.

Snarr, RL, Elias, CM, Eckert, RM, Williams, TW, and Casey, JC. Strength and conditioning professional burnout: Warning signs, prevention, and recovery. Journal of Australian Strength and Conditioning, 2017; 25(5): 28-36.

Snarr, RL, Hallmark, AV, Casey, JC, and Esco, MR. Electromyographical comparison of a traditional, suspension device, and towel pull-up. Journal of Human Kinetics, 2017; 58: 5-13.

Snarr, RL, Casey, JC, Hallmark, AV, and Eckert, RM. Instability training - help or hype? Personal Training Quarterly, 2015; 2(1): 4-8.

Illian, TG, Casey, JC, and Bishop, PA. Omega 3 chia loading as a means of carbohydrate loading. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 2011; 25(1): 61-65.

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