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This profile was last updated on 12/20/07  and contains information from public web pages.
 
Background

Employment History

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Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy degree
    Indiana University
  • Master of Science degrees
    Ball State University
  • Bachelor of Science
    Ball State University
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Web References

www.lri.ccf.org, 20 Dec 2007 [cached]
Ken Sparks, Dept of Exercise Physiology, Cleveland State University
WellCorp
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Ken Sparks, PhDCleveland State University
Famous People, Famous Sayings
old.centralparktc.org, 20 Dec 2005 [cached]
In his 40s, Ken Sparks, director of Cleveland State University's Human Performance Laboratory, strove to slice his running times. Now, at 60, he trains "not to get slower.
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www.csuohio.edu, 10 Mar 2001 [cached]
Ken SparksAssociate ProfessorDepartment of Health , Physical Education , Recreation and DanceCollege of Education
Dr. Ken Sparks is an Associate Professor in exercise physiology and health at Cleveland State University.He received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees from Ball State University and his Doctor of Philosophy degree from Indiana University.Dr. Sparks has numerous research publications dealing with exercise performance and fitness , cardiovascular disease and it treatment , and has written two books concerning the physiology of training and performance of distance runners.His current area of research is in the area of telemedicine , focusing on the rehabilitation of stroke and pulmonary patients using transtelephonic technology.
Telephone : ( 216 ) 687-4831 Fax : ( 216 ) 687-5410E-mail : k.sparks@popmail.csuohio.edu
According to Ken Sparks, ...
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According to Ken Sparks, PH. D Cleveland State University exercise physiologist says it's less pounding on the legs of a treadmill that road, if you are less prone to injury. Running on concrete and asphalt is hard on the joints. He also stressed that work on the road you overpronate force. That's when theFeet turn too far inward shins causing splits and other leg problems.
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