|Exercise and Sport SciencesGary Sforzo|
|Exercise Performance in Humans Across the Lifespan|
The holder of a doctorate in the physiology of exercise from the University of Maryland, Gary Sforzo is an expert on muscles and muscle development. He is interested in maximizing the effects of exercise programming for health, wellness and performance. Sforzo’s focus is on research.
Books and Reports
Czapla, R., Sforzo, G.A. & D. King. "Optimizing power output by varying repetition tempo" J. Strength & Conditioning Res (2010, in review).
Anderson, C.E., G.A. Sforzo, & .J.A. Sigg. "The effects of combining elastic and free weight resistance on strength and power in athletes," J. of Strength & Conditioning Research: 22:567-574, 2008.
John D., G.A. Sforzo, & T. Swensen, "Monitoring exercise heart rate using manual palpation,"
ACSM's Health & Fitness Journal, 11; 14-18,2007
Cowley, P.M., T. Swensen, and G.A. Sforzo. "Resistance Training on a Stability Ball," I International Journal of Sports Medicine, 28:829-835, 2007.
- Targeting cardiovascular exercise to improve fitness
- Wellness coaching
- Resistance training techniques and tempo
- Muscle soreness
- Agility training for adolescents