As curators for three decades worth of past medical and performance data from the Ironman World Championship (Kona, HI), EPPL personnel are tasked with it’s management and safekeeping. This work is carried out utilizing the EPPL’s Global Triathlon Safety Database, and represents over 2,000 man-hours of effort in collaboration with Dr. Douglas Hiller. As one of the world’s more robust longitudinal performance-based data sets on elite athletes, we aim to apply this information to improve ultra-endurance safety worldwide.
SOCIAL ISOLATION DURING PREGNANCY & POSTPARTUM STUDY
Preliminary research indicates that the pregnancy and postpartum times are unique social experiences for many women. To this point, it is empirically unclear to what extent women are at risk for feeling particularly isolated and lonely, though many anecdotal accounts have been given. With this survey-based study, we aim to understand the social impact of various timepoints throughout pregnancy and postpartum and also determine relationships with physical health behaviors. If you are interested in participating in this study and would like more information please contact Ariel Aguiar Bonfim Cruz.
PRESS is an 8-week exercise intervention study examining the potential benefits of functional resistance training in the late second and early third trimester of pregnancy. This project represents a line of research in collaboration with the Gait and Posture Biomechanics Laboratory at WSU. Compensation for participation in this study is a $120 gift card presented at the end of the study. If you are interested in participating in this study , and less than 24 weeks pregnant, please contact Cole Mercer.
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