It’s reported that about 50% of those who begin an exercise program will drop out within 6 months. Using technology may be one way to keep stay motivated and continue exercising for a lifetime. The
Increasing Physical Activity Through Shared Use Agreements Keith Howard, Lecturer, NC State Department of Health and Exercise Studies Jason N. Bocarro, Ph.D., NC State Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Michael A. Kanters, Ph.D.,
Dwayne Dixon, a 2011 graduate, will represent TEAM USA at ITU Triathlon World Championship in London in September. Dwayne qualified last August at the USA Triathlon National Championship in Burlington, Vermont. Dwayne says he did
Photo: See Chad Ricks (far right) coaching The recipient of the 2013 Frank Ormond Scholarship is Chad Ricks. Chad has been a responsible and motivating student within the Coaching Minor courses. This summer he will
Seven Questions with Autumn Mist Belk provides a great profile of one of our HES faculty members.
Belk’s newest dance and film creation premieres February 22 and 23 at the Durham Arts Council, in a performance including three NCSU alumni dancers.
Please join the HES Department for a free Tap masterclass with Gene Medler on Sunday, 2/24, 4-5:15pm, in the Dance Studio (rm. 2307) in Carmichael Gym. There is no pre-registration required for this class.
Please join the HES Department for a free masterclass with Natalie Marrone on Sunday, 1/27, 4-5:30pm, in the Dance Studio in Carmichael Gym. There is no pre-registration required for this class. This masterclass will introduce
Sally Almekinders has earned a spot on TEAM USA for the 2012 ITU standard distance (10k,40k,5k) Duathlon World Championships. The qualifying race, USAT Duathlon National Championship, was held in Oro Valley, Arizona in April. The
This past July I got a once in a lifetime opportunity to join two other gentlemen in an attempt to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa. Our goal was to climb the world’s tallest freestanding