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Bradley Kendall

Assistant Professor of Kinesiology

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  • PhD, Exercise and Sport Science, Wayne State University
  • Pre-PhD Trainee Fellow, Institute of Gerontology, Wayne State University
  • MS, Exercise Physiology, University of Western Michigan
  • BA, Exercise Science, Bethel College

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Kendall, B.J., Siekirk, N. & Lai, Q. (2021) The Effects of Acute High-Intensity Inter-val Training (HIIT) on Information Processing Speed: An Electromyography Study. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 36(11), 3081-3086.

Kendall, B.J., Siekirk, N. & Lai, Q. (2020) Acute High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) improves Motor Skill Acquisition. The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physi-cal Fitness, 60(8), 1065-1071.

Kendall, B.J., Bellovary, B. & Gothe, N.P. (2019). Validity of wearable activity monitors for tracking steps and estimating energy expenditure during a graded maximal treadmill test. Journal of Sport Sciences. 37(1), 42-49.

Engels, H.J., Kendall, B.J., Fahlman, M.M. & Gothe, N.P. (2018) Salivary IgA Responses to Graded Maximal Exercise (VO2MAX) Testing in Healthy Adolescent Females. The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness. 58(7-8), 1096-1101.

Kendall, B.J., Michael, T.J., Weideman, C. & Miller, M.G. (2017). The Acute Effects of Static Stretching Compared to Dynamic Stretching with and without an Active Warm up on Anaerobic Performance. International Journal of Exercise Science. 10(1), 53-61.

Kendall, B.J. & Gothe, N.P. (2015). The effect of Aerobic Exercise Interventions on Mobility among Stroke Patients: A Systematic Review. American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. 95(3), 214-224.



Fishing, lifting, eating ice cream with the family, trying to not be terrible at golf