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Dr. Thomas S. Altena

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Professor of Nutritional and Exer...

University of Missouri-Columbia
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Assistant Professor
    Southwest Missouri State University

Education

  • Ed.D.
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Thomas Altena, a professor of nutritional and exercise physiology at the University of Missouri-Columbia, measured oxygen retention, lactic acid build-up, heart rate, and perceived rate of exertion to compare treadmills and elliptical trainers, finding that the "physiological responses associated with elliptical exercise were nearly identical to treadmill exercise".
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Thomas Altena, a professor of nutritional and exercise physiology at the University of Missouri-Columbia, measured oxygen retention, lactic acid build-up, heart rate, and perceived rate of exertion to compare treadmills and elliptical trainers, finding that the "physiological responses associated with elliptical exercise were nearly identical to treadmill exercise".
Thomas Altena, a professor ...
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Thomas Altena, a professor of nutritional and exercise physiology at the University of Missouri-Columbia, calculated oxygen retention, lactic acid build-up, heart rate, and perceived rate of exertion to compare treadmills and elliptical trainers, finding that the "physiological responses related with elliptical exercise were almost same to treadmill exercise".
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Thomas Altena, a professor of nutritional and exercise physiology at the University of Missouri-Columbia, measured oxygen retention, lactic acid build-up, heart rate, and perceived rate of exertion to compare treadmills and elliptical trainers, finding that the "physiological responses associated with elliptical exercise were nearly identical to treadmill exercise". The subject is not changing his horizontal position and is passively moved and forced to catch up with the running belt underneath his feet.
Thomas Altena, a professor ...
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Thomas Altena, a professor of nutritional and exercise physiology at the University of Missouri-Columbia, calculated oxygen retention, lactic acid build-up, heart rate, and perceived rate of exertion to compare treadmills and elliptical trainers, finding that the "physiological responses related with elliptical exercise were almost same to treadmill exercise".
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