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J. Andrew Doyle

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Georgia State University

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Georgia State University

125 Decatur Street Suite 130

Atlanta, Georgia,30303

United States

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Georgia State University, founded in 1913, has a mission of excellence in teaching, cutting-edge research and service. Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, this major research university has an enrollment of more than 26,000 undergraduate and graduate stu...more

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www.heartratemonitorsusa.com

One reason: You can still extend your lactate threshold (LT), says Andrew Doyle, Ph.D., an associate professor of kinesiology at Georgia State University.
Your nerve fibers are losing their effectiveness, which diminishes coordination, says Doyle.


www.ajc.com

J. Andrew Doyle, associate professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health at Georgia State University, said people today have lots of options for exercise, and gyms need to add services to add value and ultimately lure new members and retain existing ones.
"It's good customer service," said Doyle. Source: J. Andrew Doyle, associate professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health at Georgia State University


www.collegemajors101.com [cached]

Program Director: Andrew Doyle PhD
Email: adoyle@gsu.edu Phone: (404) 651-2536


athleticbusiness.com

J. Andrew Doyle, associate professor of exercise science at Georgia State University, said indoor cycling has a lot going for it: It's virtually "no impact," carries very low risk for muscle soreness and injury, and provides a good cardio workout.
While the number of calories burned depends on the size of the individual and intensity level, he believes the average person starting out could burn 300 to 400 calories during a 45-minute class. For a more experienced cyclist at high intensity, he said, it's possible for someone to burn closer to 500 calories and maybe even burn up to 750 calories. Indoor cycling offers a safe alternative to biking outdoors, particularly in Atlanta, which has a lot of traffic and few bike lanes, Doyle noted.


www.fexycoaching.com

Dr. Andy Doyle finished his morning sessions covering Neuromuscular, Cardiovascular and Pulmonary systems.
So far today lots of great content is being covered by Sam Callan and Al Gandolfi of USA Cycling and Andy Doyle of Georgia State University.


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