CURRICULUM VITA MICHAEL E. ROGERS, PHD, CSCS, FACSM

CURRICULUM VITA MICHAEL E. ROGERS, PHD, CSCS, FACSM

CURRICULUM VITA MICHAEL E. ROGERS, PHD, CSCS, FACSM CURRENT POSITIONS: Chair, Department of Human Performance Studies, Wichita State University Professor, Exercise Science Program Director, Center for Physical Activity and Aging Graduate Coordinator, Exercise Science Program Cassat Foundation Research Fellow, Regional Institute of Aging Chair, Institutional Review Board Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Kansas School of Medicine – Wichita DATE OF HIRE: August 9, 1998 ADDRESS: Department of Human Performance Studies 106G Heskett Center Wichita State University Wichita, Kansas 67260-0016 Phone: (316) 978-5959 FAX: (316) 978-5451 Email: michael.rogers@wichita.edu EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND Institution Degree Major Dates Kent State University Ph.D.

Exercise Physiology 1991-1996 College of Arts and Sciences Kent, Ohio Dissertation: Effects of heavy-resistance training on skeletal muscle characteristics in active women, age 63-77 years Advisor: Peter W.R. Lemon, PhD, FACSM Funded by: American Federation for Aging Research Mount Union College B.S. Sports Medicine 1987-1991 Alliance, Ohio Business Administration (minor)

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 2 EXPERIENCE 2010-present Director, Center for Physical Activity and Aging, Wichita State University 2009-present Full Professor, Department of Human Performance Studies, Wichita State University 2008-present Cassat Foundation Research Fellow, Regional Institute of Aging, Wichita State University. 2007-present Chair, Department of Human Performance Studies, Wichita State University 2004-present Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Kansas School of Medicine – Wichita 2003-present Associate Professor, Department of Human Performance Studies, Wichita State University 2003-2010 Research Director, Center for Physical Activity and Aging, Wichita State University 2000-present Graduate Program Coordinator of Exercise Science, Department of Human Performance Studies, Wichita State University 1999-2003 Director, Center for Physical Activity and Aging, Wichita State University 1998-2000 Undergraduate Program Coordinator of Exercise Science, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, Wichita State University 1998-1999 Research Coordinator, Center for Physical Activity and Aging, Wichita State University 1998-2003 Assistant Professor, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, Wichita State University 1996-1998 National Research Council Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Air Force Research Laboratory, Human Effectiveness Directorate, Brooks Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX 1997-1998 Instructor, Comal Continuing Education Program, Aging Successfully: How physical activity can make life better for seniors, New Braunfels, TX 1996 Research Associate, Research & Development Laboratories, Armstrong Laboratory: Flight Motion Effects Branch, Brooks Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX 1991-1996 Instructor, School of Exercise, Leisure and Sport, Kent State University, Kent, OH 1994-1996 Graduate Research Fellow, Kent State University, Kent, OH 1994 Research Assistant, State of Ohio - Lorain Correctional Facility, Lorain, OH 1992 Research Assistant, INRTEK (Injury Reduction Technology), Hudson, OH 1991-1993 Adult Fitness Program Leader, Kent State University, Kent, OH 1991 Kinesiotherapist, Veterans Administration Hospital, Canandaigua, NY 1991 Physical Therapy Intern, White Physical Therapy Clinic, Alliance, OH 1990-1991 After School Activity Coordinator, YMCA, Alliance, OH 1989-1991 Sales, General Nutrition Center, Alliance, OH 1987-1990 Student Athletic Trainer, Mount Union College, Alliance, OH

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 3 AWARDS, NOMINATIONS, AND APPOINTMENTS 2015 Awarded Professor Incentive Review, 2015. 2013 Awarded, College of Education Outstanding Service Award, Wichita State University. 2009 Nominated for US Professors of the Year Award sponsored by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. 2009 Awarded early promotion to Full Professor, Wichita State University. 2008 Awarded, Emery Lindquist Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching, Wichita State University. 2008 Awarded, College of Education Teacher of the Year Award, Wichita State University.

2006 Awarded, College of Education Researcher of the Year Award, Wichita State University. 2005 Appointed to Who’s Who In America.

2003 Appointed Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine (FACSM). 2003 Appointed to Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, Who’s Who Among Professionals, Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare. 2003 Awarded early tenure and promotion to Associate Professor, Wichita State University. 2002 Elected president of the Central States Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine. 2002 (Summer) Awarded Visiting Faculty from Abroad Appointment, Graduate Institute of Natural Sciences, Nagoya City University, Nagoya, Japan.

2002, 03 Nominated for Cooperative Education Faculty Advisor of the Year Award, Wichita State University.

2002-present Nominated annually for Academy for Effective Teaching Award, Wichita State University. 2002 Awarded, College of Education Researcher of the Year Award, Wichita State University. 2001 Appointed Graduate Faculty Full Member, Wichita State University, 2001. 2001 (January) Awarded Visiting Faculty Appointment, Nagoya City University, Nagoya, Japan. Sponsored by The Japan Foundation for Health and Aging.

1999, 2000, 03, Nominated for Board of Trustees Excellence in Teaching Award. 05, 06, 07, 08 1999 Appointed to New York Academy of Sciences. 1999 Appointed to International Who’s Who of Professionals, International Who’s Who of Information Technology. 1998 Appointed Graduate Faculty Associate Member, Wichita State University. 1996 Awarded Outstanding Achievement in Doctoral Dissertation Research Award, Kent State University. 1995, 1996 University Fellowship, College of Arts and Sciences, Kent State University. 1994, 95 Awarded Graduate Senate Research & Creative Activity Award, Kent State University.

1991-1995 Awarded Teaching Fellowship, School of Exercise, Leisure and Sport, Kent State University. 1991-1996 Stipend Award, School of Exercise, Leisure and Sport, Kent State University.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 4 RESEARCH GRANTS / SPONSORED AWARDS 1. Patterson, J.A., M.E. Rogers, and S. Willey. Flossie E. West Memorial Fund: A balance assessment and fall prevention program for oncological rehabilitation. $24,870: under review. 2. Rogers, M.E., R. Bomgardner, and J.A. Patterson. (2014). Performance Health Research Fund: Effects of Kinesiology Tape on proprioception and balance. $5,000: Funded. 3. Sanders, M.E., and M.E. Rogers. (2014). Performance Health Research Fund: CLX Flash Band® BIRST study. $3,000: Funded.

4. Forman, J., and M.E. Rogers.

(2014). Performance Health Research Fund: Effects of deep stripping massage combined with eccentric resistance on quadriceps peak torque angle, tender points, flexibility and strength in university recreational athletes. $5,000: Funded. 5. del Pozo Cruz, B., and M.E. Rogers. (2014). Cost-utility and cost-effectiveness analysis of two elastic bands based exercise interventions to improve health among type 2 diabetes patients: A re-analysis of two randomized controlled trials. $5,000: Not funded.

6. Patterson, J.A., E. Ablah, M.E. Rogers, S. Willey, and R.Z. Amick. (2014). Wichita Medical Research and Education Foundation: Effects of cancer treatment on balance: Identifying tertiary prevention opportunities. $15,000. Not funded. 7. Rogers, M.E., J.A. Patterson, and N. Takeshima. (2013). Hygenic Research Fund: Calculation of caloric expenditure for elastic resistance exercise with upper and lower body exercise: Part two. $8,000: Funded. 8. Forman, J., M.E. Rogers, and J.A. Patterson. (2013). Hygenic Research Fund: The effects of massage combined with resistance on balance for older adults.

$5,000: Funded.

9. Sanders, M.E., and M.E. Rogers. (2013). Hygenic Research Fund: Flash Burst: A resistance exercise protocol for diabetic patients. $2,000.00. Funded 10. Rogers, M.E., J.A. Patterson, and N. Takeshima. (2013). Hygenic Research Fund: Calculation of caloric expenditure for elastic resistance exercise with upper and lower body exercise. $5,000: Funded. 11. Forman, J., L. Geertsen, and M.E. Rogers. (2012). Hygenic Research Fund: Comparing the effects of a home neck care treatment program and active muscle therapy (AMT) on neck flexibility, neck shoulder pain and forward head posture of older office workers.

$5,000: Funded. 12. Patterson, J.A., M.E. Rogers, and N. Walton. (2012). Wichita State University. Integrating iPads into exercise science courses. $8,000: Funded.

13. Rogers, M.E. (PI), J.A. Patterson, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. (2012). Hygenic Research Fund: Postural balance of young and older adults while standing on foam surfaces. $5,000: Funded. 14. Patterson, J.A. and M.E. Rogers. (2011) Capacity Sports LLC. Reproducibility and reliability of Smartphone balance application. $6,900: Funded. 15. Rogers, N.L. (PI), T.S. Radebaugh, C. Bahner, L.S. Hale, K.A. Kendrick, and M.E. Rogers. (2011). Multidisciplinary Research Project Award, Wichita State University: Translating the Falling LinKS Toolkit for use with Home Instead Senior Care. $4,962: Funded.

16. Patterson, J.A. and M.E. Rogers. (2011). Capacity Sports LLC. Research Fund: Validity of a new smart phone application as an assessment tool for balance in older adults. $6,647: Funded. 17. Rogers, M.E., J.A. Patterson, and J. Rhatigan. (2011). Hedrick Foundation: Bone density and body composition studies using Dual Energy X-Ray Absorptiometer (DEXA). $90,850: Funded. 18. Rogers, M.E. (PI), J.A. Patterson, and C. Simmons. (2010). Hygenic Research Fund: Effect of Biofreeze gel on anaerobic performance, blood lactate, and pain perception. $5,000: Funded. 19. Rogers, M.E. (PI), J.A. Patterson, N.L.

Rogers, M. Jorgenson, and R.Z. Amick. (2010). Hygenic Research Fund: Effect of whole body vibration exercise on muscle activity when using elastic resistance bands in younger and older adults. $5,000: Funded.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 5 20. Hale, L.S. (PI), K.R. Keuter, N.L. Rogers, T.S. Radebaugh, K. Kendrick, and M.E. Rogers. (2010). Wichita State University URCA Grant: Readability, usability, and practicality of a locally developed fall prevention toolkit for older adults. $4,500: Funded. 21. Radebaugh, T.S. (PI), L.S. Hale, K. Kendrick, M.E. Rogers, and N.L. Rogers. (2010). Kansas Health Foundation Recognition Grant: Falling Less in Kansas/Falling LinKS: A pilot test of a falls awareness and prevention toolkit. $24,184: not funded.

22. Andres, B. (PI), J.A. Patterson (PI), and M.E.

Rogers (PI) (2009). U.S. Department of Education: Integrating Mental-Health and Physical Activity Toolkit (IMPACT). $596,888: not funded. 23. Radebaugh T.S. (PI), D.S. Ballard-Reisch (PI), M.E. Rogers (PI), L.S. Hale, K. Kendrick, and N.L. Rogers (2009). National Institutes of Health (AREA Grant): Falling Less in Kansas (Falling LinKS). $422,592: not funded. 24. Rogers, M.E. (PI), and N. Takeshima (2009). Hygenic Research Fund: Effect of concurrent aerobic and resistance circuit exercise training using the Thera-Band Exercise Station in older adults. $10,000: Funded. 25. Rogers, N.L. (PI), M.E.

Rogers, and D. Ballard-Reisch (2009). Hygenic Research Fund: Varying the amount and type of social support provided during an older adult Well-Rounded Exercise Program (WellREP). $10,000: Funded.

26. Radebaugh T.S. (PI), D.S. Ballard-Reisch (PI), M.E. Rogers (PI), L.S. Hale, K. Kendrick, and N.L. Rogers (2009). National Institutes of Health (Challenge Grant): Falling Less in Kansas (Falling LinKS). $621,026: not funded. 27. Toro-Ramos, Z.R. (PI), T.S. Radebaugh (PI), K.L. Coufal, W.J. Hendry, M.J Jorgensen, M.E. Rogers, J. Twomey, and J.D. McDonald. (2009). National Institutes of Health (Recovery Act Competition): Building the lifespan engineering research capabilities at WSU. $1,000,000: not funded. 28. Radebaugh T.S. (Co-PI), Ballard-Reisch DS (Co-PI), L.S. Hale, K. Kendrick, M.E.

Rogers, and N.L. Rogers (2009). Kansas Health Foundation: Falling Less in Kansas (Falling LinKS): Elk County Expansion. $25,000: not funded.

29. Elder, B.L. (PI), L.S. Hale, C.A. Bahner, T.S. Radebaugh, L.S. Hale, K. Kendrick, M.E. Rogers, and N.L. Rogers (2009). WSU College of Health Professions Clifford and Leah Gaulter Memorial Fund: Readability and suitability of falls related health information for older adults with age-related low vision. $3,500: Funded. 30. Koizumi, D., A. Hikosaka, N. Takeshima, M.E. Rogers, and M. Sanders (2008). Mizuno Foundation (Japan): Water-based well-rounded exercise for older adults. $10,000: Funded. 31. Radebaugh, T.S. (PI), L.S. Hale, K. Kendrick, M.E. Rogers, and N.L. Rogers (2008). United Methodist Health Ministry Fund: Falling Less in Kansas (Falling LinKS) toolkit development.

$41,250: Funded. 32. Rogers, M.E., R. Bohlken, and J. Patterson. (2008).City of Wichita: Fitness testing for Wichita Fire Department firefighters. $28,240: not funded.

33. Rogers, M.E., and J.A. Patterson. (2006). Wichita State University LINK Award: Effects of strength and balance training on bone density in the elderly. $3,040: not funded. 34. Rogers, M.E., N.L. Rogers, K.H. Pitetti, D.C. Woolley, and A.L. Golbeck. (2004). National Institutes of Health / Agency for Health Research & Quality: Early intervention in older women at risk for disability. $457,500: not funded. 35. Gobert, D., and M.E. Rogers. (2003). Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Blueprint Mini-Grant Program: Chronic stroke survivor transitional fitness program. $25,000: not funded. 36. Rogers, M.E., N.L.

Rogers, and J.D.F. Shores. (2003). Hygenic Research Fund: Balance and strength training for older adults in HUD retirement communities and the Wichita area. $2,000: Funded. 37. Gaunt, P., T. Hill, A. Huckstadt, K. Lewandowski, and M.E. Rogers. (2002). National Institutes of Health: Physical activity and fall prevention in the elderly. $1,362,940: not funded.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 6 38. Hayes, K.S., and M.E. Rogers. (2002). National Institutes of Health: Geragogy nursing intervention for medication adherence. $1,841,707: not funded. 39. Rogers, M.E., and R.M. Bohlken. (2002). Health Concepts Foundation: Exercise video to improve balance in older adults. $8,500: not funded. 40. Takeshima N., M. M. Islam, M. E. Rogers, and M. Lee. (2002). The Nakatomi Foundation, Tokyo, Japan: International Studies on functional fitness, and lifestyle among older people in Japan, United States, Korea, and China. ¥1,000,000 ($8,220): Funded.

41.

Takeshima, N., M.M. Islam, M.E. Rogers, and N.L. Rogers. (2002). Mitsubishi Foundation: International research on balance training in older adults: A comparison of Eastern and Western methods. ¥4,000,000 ($33,000): not funded. 42. Kazuhiro, M., N. Takeshima, M.M. Islam, M. Lee, A. Okada, and M.E. Rogers. (2002). Suzuken Foundation: Validation of accelerometers in older adults. ¥5,000,000 ($41,250): Funded. 43. Rogers, M.E., N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, and M.M. Islam. (2002). Hygenic Corporation: Balance training for older adults in Nagoya, Japan. $6,224: Funded.

44. Rogers, M.E. (2002). Northeast Asia Council: A comparison of physical activity and fitness levels in American and Japanese older adults. $2,500: Not Funded. 45. Rogers, M.E., and R.M. Bohlken. (2001). Wichita Community Foundation: Fitness Instruction for Older Adults: An online training course for instructors. $10,000: Not Funded. 46. Takeshima, N., M.M. Islam, M.E. Rogers, M. Lee, T. Fujiwara, A. Okada (2001). Suzuken Foundation: Studies on measurement of daily physical activity in older adults - using accelerometers. ¥2,000,000 ($16,500): Funded.

47. Islam, M.M., A. Okada, M.E.

Rogers, and N. Takeshima (2001). Meiji Life Foundation Research Grant: Aiming to determine the association between daily physical activity and functional fitness in community dwelling older-adults. ¥1,000,000 ($8,220): Funded. 48. Rogers, M.E., and R.M. Bohlken. (2001). Phoenix Laboratories: Effects of creatine and botanical extract supplementation on strength training older adults. $35,980: Funded. 49. Rogers, M.E., N.L. Rogers, and R.M. Bohlken. (2001). Hygenic Research Fund: Balance training for older adults in the Hesston community. $6,392: Funded.

50. Rogers, M.E., and N. Takeshima. (2000). Hygenic Research Fund: Effects of a home-based exercise program for older adults in Japan. $1,302: Funded. 51. Stumpfhauser, L., and M.E. Rogers. (2000). Health Concepts Foundation: Assessing the effectiveness of a ‘better balance training course’ to reduce falling in the elderly. $5,920: Not Funded. 52. Rogers, M.E., and L. Stumpfhauser. (2000). K.T. Wiedemann Foundation: Developing a national university consortium to utilize the Health and Lifestyle Review: An internet-based functional fitness assessment for use in older adult placement and intervention programs.

$67,799: Funded. 53. Rogers, M.E. (1999). Wichita State University: Functional fitness of older adults in a metropolitan community in the United Sates and Japan. $4,500: Not Funded.

54. Rogers, M.E. (1999). Health Concepts Foundation: Maintaining a graduate assistant position for the Center for Physical Activity and Aging. $7,500: Funded. 55. Rogers, M.E. (1999). Life Fitness Academy: Effects of resistance training on balance, functional ability, and physical independence in the oldest-old, adults beyond the age of 90 years. $4,500: Not Funded. 56. Rogers, M.E., and J. Rhatigan. (1999). Hedrick Foundation: Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of Osteoporosis in Older Adults. $74,497: Funded.

57. Rogers, M.E., and C. Bair. (1999). K.T. Wiedemann Foundation: Exercise equipment to improve quality of programs.

$23,236: Not Funded.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 7 58. Rogers, M.E., F.B. Wyatt, and J.E. Fernandez. (1999). State of Kansas: The effects of a 10-week exercise intervention program on lower body functional ability and chair rising performance in older adults. $31,671: Funded. 59. Fernandez, J.E., K.H. Pitetti, A. Chaparro, and M.E. Rogers. (1999). State of Kansas: Range of motion of the elderly to assist in accommodation. $31,153: Funded. 60. Rogers, M.E., and K.H. Pitetti. (1999). State of Kansas: Exercise to improve functional ability in older adults. $15,774: Not Funded.

61. Rogers, M.E.

(1998). Wichita State University: Muscle performance during repeated cycle sprints in young vs. aged men and women. $4,500: Not Funded. 62. Rogers, M.E. (1998). Geo-Centers, Inc.: Biomedical research support on various navy/marine corps health and performance related research projects. $45,000: Funded. 63. Werchan, P.M., D.D. Sheriff, and M.E. Rogers. (1998). NASA, Life Sciences Division of Life and Microgravity: Brain neurochemical correlates of, and potential countermeasures against, orthostatic intolerance following simulated weightlessness; $357,885: Not Funded.

64. Rogers, M.E. (1996). National Research Council: Effects of exercise and nutrition on skeletal muscle and G-tolerance in male and female USAF pilots. $83,000: Funded. 65. Rogers, M.E. (1996). United States Air Force Office of Scientific Research: The effect of short duration respiratory musculature training on tactical air combat maneuver endurance and recovery. $9,400: Funded. 66. Rogers, M.E. (1995). American Federation for Aging Research/Glenn Foundation: Effects of heavy-resistance training on skeletal muscle characteristics in active women, age 63-77 years. $5,500: Funded. 67. Rogers, M.E., and P.W.R.

Lemon. (1994). Quaker Oats’ Gatorade Sports Science Institute: Effect of amount/type of dietary protein and heavy resistance exercise on muscle protein synthesis and degradation in humans. $1,500: Funded.

68. Rogers, M.E., and P.W.R. Lemon. (1993). Quaker Oats’ Gatorade Sports Science Institute: Body composition across the lifespan by bioelectrical impedance vs. chemical analysis. $800: Funded. PUBLICATIONS Published or in press 1. Rogers, M.E., N.L. Rogers, E. Fujita, M.M. Islam, and N. Takeshima. Muscle strength and size gains in older women after four and eight weeks of high-intensity resistance training. International Journal of Physical Education and Applied Exercise Science, in press. 2. Tomiyama, N., M.M. Islam, M.E. Rogers, D. Koizumi, and N. Takeshima. Effects of seated vs. seated exercise on strength and balance in community-dwelling older women.

Activities, Adaptation, and Aging, in press.

3. Colado, J.C., S. Borreani, J. Calatayud, V. Tella, D. Moya, F. Martin, and M.E. Rogers. Shoulder muscle activation during stable and suspended push-ups at different heights in healthy subjects. Physical Therapy in Sport, in press. 4. Kato, Y., M.M. Islam, K.Y. Young, M.E. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Threshold of chair stand power necessary to perform ADL independently in community-dwelling older adults. Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy, in press. 5. Narita, M., D. Koizumi, M.M. Islam, M.E. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Effects of customized balance exercises on older women whose balance ability has deteriorated with age.

Journal of Women and Aging, 27, 2015, in press.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 8 6. Rogers, M.E., N.L. Rogers, E. Fujita, and N. Takeshima. Balance confidence and functional ability in older adults aged 77-100 years. Indian Journal of Research, 4(2), 43-44, 2015. 7. Barbosa, F.A., B. del Pozo-Cruz, R.M. Alfonso-Rosa, M.E. Rogers, and Y. Zhang. Effects of supervised whole body vibration exercise on fall risk, functional dependence, and health-related quality of life in nursing home residents aged 80+. Maturitas, 79, 456-463, 2014. 8. Calatayud, J., S. Borreani, J.C. Colado, F. Martin, V. Tella, and M.E. Rogers. Muscle activity levels in upper-body push exercises with different loads and stability conditions.

The Physician and Sportsmedicine, 42, 106-119, 2014.

9. Takeshima, N., M.M. Islam, M.E. Rogers, D. Koizumi, M. Narita, N. Tomiyama, and N.L. Rogers. Pattern of age-associated decline in static and dynamic balance in community-dwelling older adults. Geriatrics and Gerontology International, 14, 556-560, 2014. 10. Colado, J.C., X. Garcia-Masso, N.T. Triplett, J. Flandez, D. Behm, and M.E. Rogers. Construct and concurrent validation of a new resistance intensity scale for exercise with Thera-Band® elastic bands. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 13, 758-766, 2014.

11. Calatayud, J., S. Borreani, J.C. Colado, F. Martin, M.E. Rogers, D.G.

Behm, and L.L Anderson. Muscle activity during push-ups with different suspension training systems. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 13, 502-510, 2014. 12. Alfonso-Rosa, R.M., B. del Pozo-Cruz, J. del Pozo-Cruz, B. Sañudo, and M.E. Rogers. Test-retest reliability and minimal detectable change scores for fitness assessment in older adults with Type 2 diabetes. Rehabilitation Nursing, 39. 260-268, 2014. 13. Patterson, J.A., R.Z. Amick, T. Thummar, and M.E. Rogers. Consistency of measures obtained from the mobile device SWAY Application compared to a validated balance-testing device. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 2, 135-139, 2014.

14. Del Pozo Cruz, B., R.M. Alfonso-Rosa, J. del Pozo-Cruz, B. Sanudo, and M.E. Rogers. Effects of a 12- wk whole-body vibration based intervention to improve type 2 diabetes. Maturitas, 77, 52-58, 2014. 15. Forman, J., L. Geersten, and M.E. Rogers. Effect of deep stripping massage alone or with eccentric resistance on hamstring strength and length. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 18, 139-144, 2014. 16. Sanders, M.E., N. Takeshima, J.C. Colado, and M.E. Rogers. Impact of the S.W.E.A.T.TM water-exercise method on ADL for older women. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 12, 707-715, 2013.

17. Takeshima, N., D. Koizumi, M.M. Islam, M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, N. Sengoku, Y. Kitabayashi, A. Imai, and A. Naruse. Effects of Nordic walking compared to conventional walking and band-based resistance exercise in older adults. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 12, 422-433, 2013. 18. Rogers, M.E., P. Page, and N. Takeshima. Balance training for the older athlete. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 8, 517-530, 2013.

19. Rogers, N.L., J.L. Green, and M.E. Rogers. Physician prescribed physical activity in older adults. Aging Health, 8(6), 601-624, 2012. 20. Patterson, J.A., D.F. Parham, R.Z. Amick, T. Thummar, M.E. Rogers. Validation of motion sensors in Smartphone Technology to measure human balance. Accepted as validation report for FDA submission of biomedical device; funded by Capacity Sports, SWAY SmartPhone Application. Report Accepted Sept. 2012. 21. Rogers, N.L., and M.E. Rogers. Exercise recommendations for older adults: An update. Journal of Active Aging, 11(2), 40-48. 2012.

22. Colado, J.C., X.

García-Massó, M.E. Rogers, V. Tella, J. Benavent and E.H.M. Dantas. Effects of aquatic and dry-land resistance training devices on body composition and physical capacity in postmenopausal women. Journal of Human Kinetics, 32, 185-195, 2012.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 9 23. Lee, S., M.M. Islam, M.E. Rogers, M. Kusunoki, A. Okada, and N. Takeshima. Effects of hydraulic- resistance training on strength and power in untrained healthy older adults. Journal of Strength and Conditioning, 25, 1089-1097, 2011. 24. Radebaugh,  T.,  C.A.  Bahner,  D.  Ballard-­‐Reisch,  M.  Epp,  L.S.  Hale,  R.  Hanley,  K.  Kendrick,  M.E.   Rogers,  and  N.L.  Rogers.  Falling Less in Kansas: Development of a fall prevention toolkit, Journal of Aging Research, 2011 (ID: 532079), 7 pp, doi:10.4061/2011/532079. 25. Hasegawa, R., M.M.

Islam, E. Nasu, N. Tomiyama, S.C. Lee, D. Koizumi, M.E. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Effects of combined balance and resistance exercise on reducing knee pain in community- dwelling older adults. Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics, 28:44-56, 2010. 26. Rogers, M.E. Balance and fall prevention. ACSM Fit Society Page, 4:5-6, 2010. 27. Koizumi, D., M.M. Islam, N.L. Rogers, M.E. Rogers, R. Hasegawa, S. Lee, and N. Takeshima. Efficacy of an accelerometer-guided physical activity intervention in community-dwelling older women. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 6(4), 467-474, 2009.

28. Resnick, B., M.G. Ory, K. Hora, M.E. Rogers, P. Page, W. Chodzko-Zajko, and T.L. Bazzarre. A practical and useful approach to screening for physical activity: The EASY. Active Aging Today, 1(2), 2009. 29. Page, P., and M.E. Rogers. First step to active health for diabetes. Journal of Active Aging, 8(2), 44-53, 2009. 30. Hasegawa, R., M.M. Islam, S. Lee, Koizumi, D., M.E. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Threshold of lower body muscular strength necessary to perform ADL independently in community-dwelling older adults. Clinical Rehabilitation, 22, 902-910, 2008.

31. Resnick, B., M.G. Ory, K.Hora, M.E.

Rogers, P. Page, W. Chodzko-Zajko, and T.L. Bazzarre. The Exercise Assessment and Screening for You (EASY) Tool: Application in the oldest old population. American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, 2, 432-440, 2008. 32. Park, C., L. Malavasi, C. Liles, P. Page, E. Park, M.E. Rogers, J. Senior, L. Zhou, M. Ory, W. Chodzko- Zajko. National Blueprint Report: Strategies for integrating physical activity into wellness programming for older adults. Journal of Active Aging, 7(2), 66-75, 2008.

33. Resnick, B., M.G. Ory, K.Hora, M.E. Rogers, P. Page, J.N. Bolin, R.M. Lyle, C. Sipe, W. Chodzko- Zajko, and T.L. Bazzarre. A proposal for a new screening paradigm and tool called Exercise Assessment and Screening for You (EASY). Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 16, 231-249, 2008. 34. Takeshima, N., N.L. Rogers, M.E. Rogers, M.M. Islam, D. Koizumi, and S. Lee. Functional fitness gain varies in older adults depending on exercise mode. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 39, 2036-2043, 2007.

35. Rogers, M.E., N. L. Rogers, and P. Page. Physical activities to prepare older adults for vacation Functional U, 5(3), 1-8, 2007.

36. Reiman, M., M.E. Rogers, and R.C. Manske. Interlimb differences in lower extremity bone mineral density following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 11, 837-844, 2006. 37. Resnick, B., M.G. Ory, M.E. Rogers, P. Page, R.M. Lyle, W. Chodzko-Zajko, and T.L. Bazzarre. Screening for and prescribing exercise for older adults. Geriatrics and Aging, 9, 174-182, 2006. 38. Rogers, M.E., R.M. Bohlken, M.W. Beets, S.B. Hammer, T.N. Ziegenfuss, and N. Šarabon. Effects of creatine, ginseng, and astragalus supplementation on strength, body composition, mood, and blood lipids during strength-training in older adults.

Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 5, 60-69, 2006. 39. Page, P., and M.E. Rogers. Hip School improves function in hip patients. Journal of Active Aging, 5(1), 42-51, 2006.

40. Islam M.M., N. Takeshima, M.E. Rogers, T. Yamauchi, D. Koizumi, Y. Wang, and N.L. Rogers. Decline of functional fitness in free living Japanese older adults. Asian Journal of Exercise and Sport Science, 1,

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 10 9-15, 2005. 41. Islam, M.M., N. Takeshima, M.E. Rogers, D. Koizumi, W.F. Brechue, and K. Tanaka. A comparison of cardiorespiratory fitness and blood lipid profile among inactive people, walkers and runners in elderly Japanese men. Asian Journal of Exercise and Sport Science, 1, 25-32, 2005. 42. Rogers, M.E., N.L.

Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Balance training in older adults. Journal of Aging Health, 1, 475-486, 2005. 43. Yamauchi, T., M.M. Islam, D. Koizumi, M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Effect of home- based well-rounded exercise in community-dwelling older adults. Journal of Science and Sports Medicine, 4, 563-571, 2005.

44. Rogers, M.E., and P. Page. What is functional movement? Functional U, 3(3), 8-10, 2005. 45. Rogers, M.E. Standing Strong. IDEA Fitness Journal, 2(6), 64-73, 2005. 46. Rogers, M.E., and N.L. Rogers. Get your patients moving. Healthy Aging, 1(1), 23-26, 2005. 47. Champley, J., and M.E. Rogers. Body of Evidence: Impairments can multiply after stroke. Advance for Directors in Rehabilitation, 14(1), 43-46, 2005. 48. Islam, M.M., E. Nasu, M.E. Rogers, D. Koizumi, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Effects of combined sensory and muscular training on balance in older adults. Preventive Medicine, 39, 1148-1155, 2004.

49. Takeshima, N., M.E. Rogers, T. Yamauchi, M.M. Islam, E. Watanabe, and A. Okada. The effect of concurrent aerobic and resistance circuit exercise training in older adults. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 93, 173-182, 2004.

50. Islam, M.M., N. Takeshima, D. Koizumi, M.E. Rogers, and N.L. Rogers. Relationship between balance, daily physical activity, and fitness in older adults. The Asian Journal of Exercise and Sport Science, 1, 9- 18, 2004. 51. Islam, M.M., A. Okada, M.E. Rogers, T. Yamada, E. Watanabe, and N. Takeshima. Improvement of vital age and fitness by land-based and water-based exercises in healthy older women. The Asian Journal of Exercise and Sport Science, 1, 19-29, 2004. 52. Rogers, M.E., N.L. Rogers, N. Takeshima, M.M. Islam. Reducing the risk for falls in the homes of older adults. Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 18(2), 29-39, 2004.

53. Rogers, M.E. At risk: The elderly patient who falls. Advance for Directors in Rehabilitation, 13(5), 43- 46, 2004. 54. Rogers, M.E., and L.K. Miller. Professional liability insurance for exercise science students. Kansas Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Journal, 75, 31-33, 2004. 55. Barnes, S.E., and M.E. Rogers. Dose-response effects of exercise ball training on core stability. Kansas Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Journal, 75, 9-16, 2004. 56. Rogers, M.E., and P. Page. Making sense of balance. Biomechanics, 10(11), 22-32, 2003.

57. Rogers, M.E. Bands and balance. Journal of Active Aging, 2(5), 24-32, 2003. 58. Manske, R.C., B.S. Smith, M.E. Rogers, and F.B. Wyatt. Closed kinetic chain (linear) isokinetic testing: Relationships to functional testing. Isokinetics and Exercise Science, 11, 171-179, 2003. 59. Rogers, M.E. and P. Page. A balanced approach. Advance for Directors in Rehabilitation, 12(9), 65-68, 2003.

60. Rogers, M.E., and P. Page. Staying Balanced. Advance for Directors in Rehabilitation, 12(6), 81-84, 2003. 61. Rogers, M.E. Finding the right balance: Developing falls assessment and prevention programs for the aging. Advance for Physical Therapists and PT Assistants, 14 (8), 37-39, 2003. 62. Rogers, M.E., N.L. Rogers, N. Takeshima, M.M. Islam. Methods to assess and improve the physical parameters associated with fall risk in older adults. Preventive Medicine, 36, 255-264, 2003. 63. Rogers, M.E., N.L. Rogers, B.S. Chaparro, L. Stumpfhauser, and C.G. Halcomb. Effects of modular course training on mobility in older adults aged 79-90 years.

Disability and Rehabilitation, 25, 213-217, 2003. 64. Bohlken, R.M., and M.E. Rogers. Group programming for older adults. Recreation Management,

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 11 July/August, 2003. 65. Rogers, M.E., H.S. Sherwood, N.L. Rogers, and R.M. Bohlken. Effects of dumbbell and elastic band training on physical function in older inner-city African American women. Women and Health, 36(4), 33- 41, 2002. 66. Beets, M.W., S.B. Hammer, M.E. Rogers, and D. Koizumi. Comparison of BMI in children attending a technology camp to national data. Kansas Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Journal, 73, 2, 24-27, 2002.

67. Ziegenfuss, T.N., M.E. Rogers, L.M. Lowry, N. Mullins, R. Mendel, J.

Antonio, and P.W.R. Lemon. The effect of creatine loading on anaerobic performance and skeletal muscle volume in NCAA Division I athletes. Journal of Nutrition, 18, 397-402, 2002. 68. Takeshima, N., M.E. Rogers, E. Watanabe, W.F. Brechue, A. Okada, T. Yamada, M.M. Islam, and J. Hayano. Water-based exercise improves health-related aspects of fitness in older adult women. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 33, 544-551, 2002.

69. Rogers, M.E., J.E. Fernandez, and R.M. Bohlken. Training to reduce postural sway and increase functional reach in the elderly. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 11, 291-298, 2001. 70. Rogers, M.E., J.D.F. Shores, and M.M. Taylor. Addressing fall risk in older adults: the challenge for exercise science. Journal of Critical Inquiry into Curriculum and Instruction, 3 (3), 26-27, 2001. 71. Shores, J.D.F., M.M. Taylor, and M.E. Rogers. Teaching an exercise intervention program to improve balance and strength in the elderly. Journal of Critical Inquiry into Curriculum and Instruction, 3 (3), 28- 30, 2001.

72. Spain, K.A., C.A. Phipps, M.E. Rogers, and B.S. Chaparro. Data collection in the palm of your hand: A case study. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 13, 231-243, 2001. 73. Rogers, M.E. Promoting sound nutrition to our youth: the popularity (and fallacy) of high-protein diets. Kansas Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Journal, 72 (2), 12-14, 2001. 74. McCarthy, S.C., and M.E. Rogers. Stage of exercise change model and attitudes toward exercise in older adults. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 93, 141-144, 2001.

75. Chaparro, A., M.E. Rogers, M.

Bohan, S.D. Choi, J.E. Fernandez, and L. Stumpfhauser. Range of motion of the wrist: Implications for designing computer input devices for the elderly. Disability and Rehabilitation, 22, 633-637, 2000. Submitted and under review, or in revision 1. Rogers, N.L., N. Takeshima, M.E. Rogers, and C.A. Wilson. Comparison of two Wii exergames to a traditional physical activity program on measures of functional fitness and balance: A pilot study. Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy, manuscript in revision.

2. Del Pozo Cruz, B., R.M. Alfonso-Rosa, J. del Pozo-Cruz, B. Sanudo, and M.E. Rogers. Lower limb muscle performance, functional status and health-related quality of life influence the risk of falls of nursing home residents aged 80 or older. Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy, revised manuscript under review. 3. Fujita, E., N. Takeshima, T. Hasegawa, M. Narita, Y. Kato, D. Koizumi, and M.E. Rogers. Comparison of static and dynamic balance in healthy but untrained versus frail community-dwelling older adults. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation International, manuscript submitted and under review.

4. Fujita, E., N. Takeshima, Y. Kato, D. Koizumi, M. Narita, M. Nakamoto, and M.E. Rogers. Effects of bodyweight squat exercise in physically frail older adults. Journal of Sports and Health Science, manuscript submitted and under review.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 12 5. Imai, A., N. Sengoku, D. Koizumi, Y. Kitabayashi, A. Naruse, M.E. Rogers, and N. Takeshima Effect of a concurrent well-rounded exercise training using the Thera-Band Exercise Station in older women. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. Submitted and under review. 6. Forman, J., G. Martinson, and M.E. Rogers. Effects of eccentric resistance and active movement combined with massage in the treatment of non-specific neck and upper shoulder pain of office workers. Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies. Submitted and under review.

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Islam, M.M., D. Koizumi, Y. Kitabayashi, Y. Kato, M.E. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Changes in functional fitness in older adults after a 10-year peer-instructed community-based exercise program. International Journal of Sport and Health Science. Submitted and under review. 8. Page, P., M.E. Rogers, R. Topp. Effects of Kinesiotape tension on clinical outcomes. Manuscript in progress. 9. Page, P., M.E. Rogers, R. Topp. A mega-review of the clinical effectiveness of kinesiology taping. Manuscript in progress.

BOOKS/CHAPTERS/MONOGRAPHS 1. Rogers, M.E. and N.L. Rogers. Helping older adults select the physical activity program that’s right for them. In: ACSM’s Exercise for Older Adults (W. Chodzko-Zajko, editor). Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, pp. 171-184, 2013. 2. Takeshima, N., and M.E. Rogers (editors). Balance exercise for older adults (in Japanese), NAP Limited: Tokyo, 2010. 3. Rogers, M.E., and N. Tomiyama. Factors for falling. In: Balance Exercise for Older Adults (in Japanese), (N. Takeshima and M.E. Rogers, Editors) (in Japanese), NAP Limited: Tokyo, 2010. 4. Rogers, M.E., and N. Tomiyama.

Falling and balance. In: Balance Exercise for Older Adults (in Japanese), (N. Takeshima and M.E. Rogers, Editors) (in Japanese), NAP Limited: Tokyo, 2010. 5. Rogers, M.E., and D. Koizumi. Measurement of balance. In: Balance Exercise for Older Adults (in Japanese), (N. Takeshima and M.E. Rogers, Editors) (in Japanese), NAP Limited: Tokyo, s2010. 6. Rogers, M.E., and M. Narita. Balance ability with aging. In: Balance Exercise for Older Adults (in Japanese), (N. Takeshima and M.E. Rogers, Editors) (in Japanese), NAP Limited: Tokyo, 2010. 7. Takeshima, N., and M.E. Rogers (editors). Community-based Exercise Programs for Older Adults (in Japanese), NAP Limited: Tokyo, 2006.

8. Takeshima, N., M.E. Rogers, A. Okada, and T. Yamada. Aging and fitness: Importance of exercise for physical, mental and social health. In: Community-based Exercise Programs for Older Adults (N. Takeshima and M.E. Rogers, Editors) (in Japanese), NAP Limited: Tokyo, 2006, pages 1-18. 9. Takeshima, N., M.E. Rogers, T. Yamada, and T. Kusunoki. Developing and teaching community-based exercise programs. In: Community-based Exercise Programs for Older Adults (N. Takeshima and M.E. Rogers, Editors) (in Japanese), NAP Limited: Tokyo, 2006, pages 41-50. 10. Takeshima, N., M.E Rogers, E.Nasu, D. Koizumi, R.

Hasegawa, M. Koide, N.L. Rogers, and S. Lee. Exercise programming. In: Community-based Exercise Programs for Older Adults (N. Takeshima and M.E. Rogers, Editors) (in Japanese), NAP Limited: Tokyo, 2006, pages 51-97. 11. Page, P., and M.E. Rogers. Balance training in the aging athlete. In: Rehabilitation of the Aging Athlete: Home Study Course (A. Cuoco, Editor). APTA Sports Physical Therapy Section: Indianapolis, IN, 2006. 12. Rogers, M.E. Preexercise and health screening. In: Physical Activity Instruction of Older Adults (C.J. Jones and D.J. Rose, Editors), Human Kinetics: Champaign, IL, 2005, pages 57-80.

13. Rogers, M.E. First Steps to Active Health: Balance and flexibility exercises for older adults. National Center for Physical Activity and Disability, www.ncpad.org/exercise/fact_sheet.php?sheet=144&view=all, 2005.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 13 14. Page, P., M.E.Rogers, R. Topp, J. Rimmer, W. Chodzko-Zajko et al. The Active Aging Toolkit: Promoting physical activity in older adults for healthcare providers. www.firststeptoactivehealth.com, 2003 15. Rogers, M.E., and E. Subirats. Americas: Models of good practice. In: Active Aging (K.M.

Chang, W.J. Chodzko-Zajko, W. Frontera, and A. Parker, Editors), International Federation of Sports Medicine, LLW Publishers, Hong Kong, pp. 214-258, 2002. EDITORIALS 1. Rogers, M.E. Issue briefs. Active Aging Today, 2(5), 2011. 2. Rogers, M.E. Getting it done in North Carolina, USA. Active Aging Today, 2(4), 2011. 3. Rogers, M.E. Dealing with dementia and why walking matters. Active Aging Today, 2(3), 2010. 4. Rogers, M.E. Do you believe in older adults? Active Aging Today, 2(2), 2010. 5. Rogers, M.E. Recommended reading about physical activity and aging. Active Aging Today, 2(1), 2010. 6.

Rogers, M.E. Promoting the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, Active Aging Today, 1(6), 2010.

7. Rogers, M.E. Face to Face Interview, Active Aging Today, 1(5), 2010. 8. Rogers, M.E. Adult playgrounds, active design, fall prevention, and day care. Active Aging Today, 1(5), 2010. 9. Rogers, M.E. Active Aging Today reflects top trends. Active Aging Today, 1(4), 2010. 10. Rogers, M.E. Active aging with traditional Chinese exercises. Active Aging Today, 1(3), 2009. 11. Rogers, M.E. Share your success in multimedia ways. Active Aging Today, 1(2), 2009. 12. Rogers, M.E. Welcome to Active Aging Today. Active Aging Today, 1(1), 2009. PAPERS IN CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS 1. Rogers, M.E. Gleichgewichtstraining: Standing Strong.

Proceedings from the Fourth Annual International Conference on Therapeutic Exercise, 77-93, 2004.

2. Rogers, M.E. Balance training for older adults. Proceedings from the Third Annual International Conference on Therapeutic Exercise, 84-91 & 101-108, 2003. 3. Rogers, M.E. Trening równowagi u osób starszych (Balance training for older adults) (in Polish). Proceedings from the Kongres Reha, 2002. 4. Rogers, M.E., J.E. Fernandez, and R.M. Bohlken. Differences in balance among young, middle-aged, and older adults. In: Advances in Occupational Ergonomics and Safety 5, A.C. Bittner, P. Champney, and S.J. Morrissey (Editors), 2002.

5. Islam M. M., A. Okada, M.E. Rogers, and N. Takeshima.

Relationship between daily physical activity and functional fitness in older adults. The 17th (2000) Research-aid Report. Meiji Life Foundation of Health and Welfare 17: 114-123, 2002 6. Takeshima, N., M.M. Islam, M. Lee, M.E. Rogers, and N.L. Rogers. Quantity and quality of daily physical activity in community-dwelling older adults in Japan. Proceedings of the Korean National University of Physical Education International Symposium, 20, 143-153, 2001.

7. Rogers, M.E., N.L. Rogers, J.D.F Shores, N. Takeshima, and M.M. Islam. Explaining increased fall incidence in older adults. In: Advances in Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice VI, J.E. Fernandez, R.J. Marley, A. Pennathur, A. Mital, T.K. Fredericks, and A.A. Fuentes (Editors), cd- ROM, ISBN 0-9654599-69, 2001. 8. Rogers, M.E., N.L. Rogers, N. Takeshima, and M.M. Islam. Modifying the home environment to prevent falls in the elderly. In: Advances in Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 14 VI, J.E.

Fernandez, R.J. Marley, A. Pennathur, A. Mital, T.K. Fredericks, and A.A. Fuentes (Editors), cd-ROM, ISBN 0-9654599-69, 2001. 9. Rogers, N.L., M.E. Rogers, J.D.F Shores, N. Takeshima, and M.M. Islam. Tools to assess and reduce fall risk in older adults. In: Advances in Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice VI, J.E. Fernandez, R.J. Marley, A. Pennathur, A. Mital, T.K. Fredericks, and A.A. Fuentes (Editors), cd- ROM, ISBN 0-9654599-69, 2001.

10. Takeshima, N., M.M. Islam, M.E. Rogers, and N.L. Rogers. Using accelerometers to assess daily physical activity dose and intensities in older adults. In: Advances in Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice VI, J.E. Fernandez, R.J. Marley, A. Pennathur, A. Mital, T.K. Fredericks, and A.A. Fuentes (Editors), cd-ROM, ISBN 0-9654599-69, 2001. 11. Islam, M.M., N. Takeshima, M.E. Rogers, and N.L. Rogers. Effect of water-based well-rounded exercise on fall-related parameters in older Japanese women. In: Advances in Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice VI, J.E.

Fernandez, R.J. Marley, A. Pennathur, A. Mital, T.K. Fredericks, and A.A. Fuentes (Editors), cd-ROM, ISBN 0-9654599-69, 2001.

12. Islam, M.M., N. Takeshima, M.E. Rogers, and N.L. Rogers. Association of balance with daily physical activity and fitness in older adults. In: Advances in Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice VI, J.E. Fernandez, R.J. Marley, A. Pennathur, A. Mital, T.K. Fredericks, and A.A. Fuentes (Editors), cd-ROM, ISBN 0-9654599-69, 2001. 13. Takeshima, N., M.M. Islam, D. Ro, D. Koizumi, Y. Wang, M.E. Rogers, and N.L. Rogers. Slower declines of functional fitness and strength in Japanese elderly may reduce fall risk. In: Advances in Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice VI, J.E.

Fernandez, R.J. Marley, A. Pennathur, A. Mital, T.K. Fredericks, and A.A. Fuentes (Editors), cd-ROM, ISBN 0-9654599-69, 2001. 14. Stumpfhauser, L., B.S. Chaparro, and M.E. Rogers. The Health and Lifestyle Review (HLR): applying technology to assess the functionality of older adults. In: Advances in Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice VI, J.E. Fernandez, R.J. Marley, A. Pennathur, A. Mital, T.K. Fredericks, and A.A. Fuentes (Editors), cd-ROM, ISBN 0-9654599-69, 2001.

15. Rogers, M.E., J.E. Fernandez, and R.M. Bohlken. Postural sway in older adults: effects of reduced visual sensation. In: Advances in Occupational Ergonomics and Safety 4, A.C. Bittner, P. Champney, and S.J. Morrissey (Editors), 331-336, 2001. 16. Rogers, M.E., J.E. Fernandez, and R.M. Bohlken. Postural sway of middle-age adults. In: Advances in Occupational Ergonomics and Safety 4, A.C. Bittner, P. Champney, and S.J. Morrissey (Editors), 337- 343, 2001. 17. Scarlett, D.S., A. Chao, M. Bohan, J.D.F. Shores, H. You, A. Chaparro, M.E. Rogers, and D.E. Malzahn. Evaluation of the WristCorder™: A hand-forearm motion analyzer.

In: Proceedings of IEA 2000/HFES 2000 Annual Meeting IV, Santa Monica, CA: The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 588-591, 2000.

18. Rogers, M.E., T.N. Ziegenfuss, R.R. Ross, and P.W.R. Lemon. Changes in muscle after four and eight weeks of resistance training in older women. In: Activity for Older Adults: From Research to Action, A.W. Taylor, N. Ecclestone, D.H. Paterson, and G. Jones (Editors), Double Q Publishers: London, Canada, 142-148, 1999. 19. D’Souza, V.S., M. Bernbeck, J. E. Fernandez, and M.E. Rogers. Postural sway in individuals aged 20-39 years. In: Advances in Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice IV, J.G. Chen and A. Mital (Editors), cd-ROM, 1999.

20. Bohan, M, S.D. Choi, A. Chaparro, J.E.

Fernandez, and M.E. Rogers. Normative data on select joint range of motion and grip strength of elderly males and females. In: Advances in Occupational Ergonomics and Safety 3, 379-383, 1999.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 15 PEER-REVIEWED ABSTRACTS 1. Forman, J., M.E. Rogers, M. Bunyan, N.L. Rogers, and J.A. Patterson. Effects of massage combined with resistance on ankle flexibility and balance in adults aged 50-65 years. International Journal of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork, 7(4):3-4, 2014. 2. Rogers, M.E., J.A. Patterson, B. del Pozo-Cruz, T. Robillard, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Caloric expenditure of elastic resistance training in upper and lower body exercise. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 46(5S):244-245, 2014.

3. Takeshima, N., J.A.

Patterson, R.Z. Amick, N.L. Rogers, K.C. Young, and M.E. Rogers. Comparison of postural sway measures using a balance platform and mobile application. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 46(5S):901, 2014. 4. Fujita, E., N. Takeshima, H. Nakamoto, M. Narita, Y. Kato, D. Koizumi, and M.E. Rogers. Effects of bodyweight squat exercise in frail older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 46(5S):235, 2014. 5. Kato, Y., N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, and M.E. Rogers. Effect of marching in place and chair rise exercise on function in frail older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 46(5S):236, 2014.

6. Rogers, N.L., J. Calatayud, S. Borreani, J.C. Colado, N.T. Triplett, L.L. Andersen, and M.E. Rogers. Serratus anterior and upper trapezius muscle activity during upper-body exercises. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 46(5S):248, 2014.

7. Brasil, R., S.S. Pinto, J. Calatayud, J.C. Colado, J. Benavent, and M.E. Rogers. Correlation between Borg Scale (6-20) with a new water cycling scale (Brasil Scale). Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 46(5S):942, 2014. 8. Calatayud, J., S. Borreani, J.C. Colado, F. Martin, D.G. Behm, and M.E. Rogers. Neuromuscular comparison of push-up variations and bench press. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 46(5S):670, 2014. 9. Young, K.C., D.C. Roberts, N.G. Walton, K.L. Kendall, J.A. Patterson, and M.E. Rogers. Bone adaptation to competitive collegiate-level cheer. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 46(5S):38, 2014.

10. Rogers, N.L., J. Martin, J.C. Colado, S. Borreani, J. Calatayud, D. Moya, and M.E. Rogers. Differences in women core muscle activation during performance of exercises in stable and unstable conditions. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 45:S584, 2013. 11. Borreani, S., J.C. Colado, F. Martin, J. Benavent, S.S. Pinto, and M.E. Rogers. Upper extremity muscle activation during aquatic resistance exercise performed with different devices. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 45:S112-S113, 2013.

12. Calatayud, J., J.C. Colado, S. Borreani, F. Martin, V. Tella, and M.E.

Rogers. Neuromuscular exercises with different devices: Progression of ankle muscle activation. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 45:S53, 2013. 13. Colado, J.C., N.T. Triplett, S. Borreani, F. Martin, V. Tellls, and M.E. Rogers. Correlation between OMNI resistance exercise scale with elastic bands and a new elastic band exercise scale. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 45:S590, 2013. 14. Martin, F., J.C. Colado, S. Borreani, X. Madera, D. Moya, and M.E. Rogers. Agonist and lumbopelvic muscular activation during push-ups performed on suspension training devices. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 45:S590-S591, 2013.

15. Hawkins, W.C., J.A. Patterson, and M.E. Rogers. Effect of whole body vibration exercise on muscle activity when using elastic resistance bands. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 45:S139, 2013.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 16 16. Roberts, D., W.C. Hawkins, P.B. Costa, J.A. Patterson, M.E. Rogers, and K.C. Young. Neuromuscular assessment of collegiate-level female cheerleaders. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 45:S547-S548, 2013. 17. Rogers, M.E. The ACSM Strategic Health Initiative on Aging. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 20:S19-S20, 2012.

18. Buchner, D., M.E. Rogers, W. Chodzko-Zajko, and A.L. Morgan. Building a national strategy to promote physical activity: The ACSM Symposium. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 20:S20-S21, 2012.

19. Takeshima, N., K. Shimada, Y. Ishida, D. Koizumi, N.L. Rogers, M.E. Rogers. Changes in muscle thickness over 12 months in older frail women nursing home residents. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 20:S216, 2012. 20. Okada, S., M. Narita, N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, and M.E. Rogers. Effect of light exercise on muscular strength and functional fitness over 12 months in frail community-dwelling older adults. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 20:S268, 2012. 21. Hawkins, W.C., M.E. Rogers, J.A. Patterson, and C.K. Simmons. Effect of topical menthol gel on power output during 30-second high-intensity anaerobic exercise.

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 44:S806-807, 2012.

22. Rogers, M.E., N. Takeshima, and A. Imai. Response to circuit exercise training using the Thera-Band exercise station in older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 43:S356, 2011. 23. Narita, M., D. Koizumi, N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, and M.E. Rogers. Test-retest reliability of a computerized balance assessment on static and dynamic balance in older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 43:S491, 2011. 24. Koizumi, D., Y. Kitabayashi, A. Naruse, N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, and M.E. Rogers. Longitudinal assessment of functional fitness in older adults participating in a community-based exercise program.

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 43:S352, 2011.

25. Imai, A., D. Koizumi, N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, and M.E. Rogers. Intensity of circuit training in community-dwelling older adults using the Thera-Band exercise station. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 43:S356, 2011. 26. Takeshima, N., K. Shimada, D. Koizumi, N.L. Rogers, and M.E. Rogers. Changes in muscle thickness in older frail nursing home residents. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 43:S302, 2011. 27. Garcia-Masso, X., Colado, J.C., M. Pellicer, , L.M. Gonzalez, J. Madera, and M.E. Rogers. Use of different resistance training devices and its effects in the fitness of postmenopausal women.

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 43:S579, 2011.

28. Takeshima, N., M.E. Rogers, D. Koizumi, T. Yamada, and N.L. Rogers. Effects of First Step to Active Health program in older adults: class-based vs. home-based exercise. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41:S14, 2009. 29. Yamada, T, D. Koizumi, S. Lee, N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, and M.E. Rogers. Functional fitness differences in older adults with and without extended care in Japan. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41:S468, 2009. 30. Hikosaka, A., T. Yamada, M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima Differences in functional fitness and fear of falling among older Japanese women.

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41:S470, 2009.

31. Koizumi, D., S. Lee, T. Yamada, N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, and M.E. Rogers. Functional fitness differences in Japanese older women who walk 10,000 at different intensities. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41:S478, 2009.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 17 32. Park, EY, N.L. Rogers, M.E. Rogers, and J.H. Lee. Effects of intraarticular injection and therapeutic exercise in patients with idiopathic adhesive capsulitis. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 41:S378, 2009. 33. Rogers, M.E. Effective exercise programs for active aging.

Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 16:S149, 2008. 34. Rogers, M.E., P. Page, and N. Takeshima. First Step to Active Health: A scientifically based exercise program for older adults now translated into Japanese. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 16:S152, 2008.

35. Lee, S., M. Watanabe, M.E. Rogers, N. Takeshima. Efficacy of passive resistance exercise in frail older adults. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 16:S126-127, 2008. 36. Tomiyama, N., D. Koizumi, S. Lee, E. Nasu, R. Hasegawa, M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Effects of adding balance exercise to resistance training on strength and balance in older adults. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 16:S136, 2008. 37. Yamada, T., D. Koizumi, S. Lee, N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, and M.E. Rogers. Development of a functional fitness index score in older Japanese women. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40:S374-375, 2008.

38. Rogers, N.L., C.R. Ahlers-Schmidt, N. Takeshima, and M.E. Rogers. Preliminary results from an internet delivered work-based physical activity program. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40:S254, 2008. 39. Koizumi, D., S. Lee, T. Yamada, N. Takeshima, and M.E. Rogers. Reliability of fat-free mass and body mass by bioelectrical impedance analysis in older Japanese women. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40:S273, 2008. 40. Lee, S., M. Kusunoki, M. Watanabe, T. Yamada, D. Koizumi, R. Hasegawa, N. Takeshima, and M.E. Rogers. Low back flexion and extension peak power as predictors of frailty in older adults.

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40:S370, 2008.

41. Narita, M., D. Koizumi. S. Lee, T. Yamada, M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Association between static and dynamic balance with age in Japanese older women. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 40:S373, 2008. 42. Rogers, N.L., N. Takeshima, D. Koizumi, M.E. Rogers, C.R. Ahlers-Schmidt, and R.Zackula. Accelerometry-determined physical activity and functional fitness in older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 39:S420-S421, 2007. 43. Sanders, M.E., N.L. Constantino, J.J. Hsieh, and M.E. Rogers. Water-based exercise: Transfer of benefits to land for older women in the USA and Japan.

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 39:S181, 2007.

44. S. Lee, Y. Takeda, M.M. Islam, R. Ueda, D. Koizumi, M. Kusunoki, N. Takeshima and M.E. Rogers. Reliability of hydraulic resistance exercise testing in older adults with and without health conditions. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38:S332-333, 2006. 45. Islam, M.M., S. Lee, N. Takeshima, and M.E. Rogers. Improvement of balance after 12-wk of well- rounded exercises in older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38:S171, 2006. 46. Hasegawa, R., M.M. Islam, D. Koizumi, N. Tomiyama, M. Furusawa, M.E. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. What duration of resistance training is needed to improve muscular performance in older adults? Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38:S334, 2006.

47. VanRavenhorst-Bell, H.A., M.E. Rogers, and J.A. Patterson. Effects of circuit weight training on fitness in college-aged women. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38:S292, 2006. 48. Rogers, N.L., M.E. Rogers, and P. Page. Quantification of a sensorimotor training progression: A pilot study. Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 36:A53-A54, 2006.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 18 49. Takeshima, N., M.M. Islam, D. Koizumi, E. Nasu, S. Lee, and M.E. Rogers. Effects of combined balance and resistance exercises on fall incidence in frail older adults.

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 37:S10, 2005. 50. Hasegawa, R., M.M. Islam, E. Nasu, S. Lee, D. Koizumi, N. Takeshima, H. Minamizawa, and M.E. Rogers. Effects of community- and home-based resistance training on joint pain and muscular strength in older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 37:S187, 2005. 51. Page, P., J. Krieg, N.L. Rogers, M.E. Rogers, and G. Pariser. A pilot study to examine the effect of textured plantar surfaces on postural stability. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 37:S160-161, 2005.

52. Rogers, M.E. First Step to Active Health: The physical activity programs. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 12(3):367, 2004. 53. Rogers, M.E. Physical activity programming for an aged Japanese population. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 12(3):447, 2004. 54. Takeshima, N., M.M. Islam, and M.E. Rogers. Changes in functional fitness after 12-wk of five different exercise programs in Japanese older adults. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 12(3):261-262, 2004. 55. Islam, M.M., E. Nasu, Y. Wang, S. Lee, M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Improvement in body sway after 12-wk of customized balance training versus Tai Chi exercises in older adults.

Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 12(3):359-360, 2004.

56. Yamauchi, T., M.M. Islam, D. Koizumi, E. Nasu, S. Lee, M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Benefits of a home-based exercise program over 24 months in Japanese older adults living in an urban community. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 12(3):385-386, 2004. 57. Hasegawa, R., M.M. Islam, D. Koizumi T. Yamauchi, M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Efficacy of band-based resistance exercise for community-dwelling older adults. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 12(3):259, 2004.

58. Koizumi, D., M.M. Islam, M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Quantity and quality of daily physical activity in community-dwelling older women in Japan.

Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 12(3):311-312, 2004. 59. Rogers, N.L., M.E. Rogers, and A. Chaparro. Age-related attentional demands of postural stability. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 52:S1, 2004. 60. Page, P., and M.E. Rogers. The Active Aging Toolkit for physical therapists. Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy, 26(3):33, 2004.

61. Rogers, N.L., A. Chaparro, and M.E. Rogers. Effect of an attention demanding visual task on postural control in young and old adults. Journal of Vision, 3(9):724a, 2003. 62. Rogers, N.L., and M.E. Rogers. Use of a balance and mobility course to assess a balance intervention program. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 35:S307, 2003. 63. Takeshima, N., M. M. Islam, E. Nasu, and M.E. Rogers. Functional fitness improvements in two different elastic band-based exercise programs in older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 35:S293, 2003.

64. Islam, M.M., T. Yamauchi, N.

Takeshima, M.E. Rogers, and N.L. Rogers. Improvement of static and dynamic balance after 12-wk of balance training in Japanese older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 35:S307, 2003. 65. Yamauchi, T., Y. Wang, M.M. Islam, S. Lee, D. Koizumi, M.E. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Effects of Tai-chi chuan on functional fitness in older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 35:S307, 2003. 66. Lee, S., Y. Wang, D. Koizumi, M. M. Islam, N. Takeshima, and M.E. Rogers. Effects of Tai-Chi versus band-resistance exercise on muscle strength endurance in older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 35:S171, 2003.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 19 67. Bohlken, R.M., M.E. Rogers, S.B. Hammer, M.W. Beets, and L.R. Sporleder. Effects of creatine and ginseng/astragalus botanical extracts on strength in resistance-training older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 35:S217, 2003. 68. Hammer, S.B., M.E. Rogers, R.M. Bohlken, M.W. Beets, and L.R. Sporleder. Effects of ginseng/astragalus botanical extracts and creatine on cholesterol levels in resistance-training older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 35:S218, 2003.

69. Beets, M.W., K.H. Pitetti, M.E.

Rogers. Self-reported physical activity levels of 12th grade students in a mid-sized metropolitan city. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 35:S343, 2003. 70. Hammer, B., S.B. Hammer, M. Keller, and M.E. Rogers. Eye movement desensitization and reproscessing to treat athletes with exercise induced panic: a case study. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 35:S140, 2003. 71. Rogers, M.E., J.D.F. Shores, and N.L. Rogers. Use of foam balance pads to improve limits of stability in community dwelling-older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34:S268, 2002. 72. Rogers, N.L., A.

Chaparro, M.E. Rogers, and K. Tabor. Attentional demands of balance in older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34:S37, 2002.

73. Shores, J.D.F., M.E. Rogers, and N.L. Rogers. Effects of exercise ball training on balance in older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34:S271, 2002. 74. Bohlken, R.M., M.E. Rogers, J.D.F. Shores, N.L. Rogers, and L.R. Sporleder. Effects of a community- based intervention using elastic bands on strength in older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34:S75, 2002. 75. Hammer, S.B., B.S. Hammer, A. Biggs, M.E. Rogers, R.M. Bohlken, and K.H. Pitetti. Relationship between spinal curvature and respiratory function in developmentally disabled children. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34:S14, 2002.

76. Sharp, D.L., K.H. Pitetti, M.E. Rogers, R.M. Bohlken, and S.L. Abendroth. Effects of a physical education program for adolescents with developmental disabilities. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34:S13, 2002. 77. Takeshima, N., M.M. Islam, M.E. Rogers, M. Narita, Y. Yamada, and A. Okada. Physiological benefits of hydraulic resistance machines versus elastic band exercises in older Japanese adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34:S250, 2002. 78. Islam, M., N. Takeshima, M.E. Rogers, E. Watanabe, and A. Okada. Daily physical activity intensities of older adults in supervised and unsupervised exercise programs.

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34:S124, 2002.

79. Yamauchi T., M.M. Islam, M.E. Rogers, E. Watanabe, and N. Takeshima. Efficacy of home-based well- rounded exercises in community-dwelling older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34:S76, 2002. 80. Koizumi, D., M.M. Islam, T. Ikeda, T. Yamada, N. Takeshima, and M.E. Rogers. The relationship between fitness and accelerometry-assessed physical activity in the older adult. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34:S264, 2002. 81. Wang, Y., D. Koizumi, M.M. Islam, T. Yamauchi, D. Ro, N. Takeshima, and M.E. Rogers. Use of 30-s chair-stand test in measuring lower body strength in Japanese adults.

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34:S177, 2002.

82. Rogers, M.E., M. Brown, P.G. MacRae, M.E. Cress, and M.J. O'Grady. Physical activity for the old and very old. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34:S212, 2002. 83. Manske, R.C., B.S. Smith, M.E. Rogers, and F.B. Wyatt. Closed kinetic chain isokinetic testing: relationship to functional testing. Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 32:A-52, 2002. 84. Rogers, M.E., B.S. Chaparro, and L. Stumpfhauser. Assessing functional fitness with the HLR. Gerontology, 47(suppl):587, 2001.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 20 85.

Stumpfhauser, L., M.E. Rogers, and B.S. Chaparro. An internet-based standardized assessment for use in placement and health promotion for older adults. Gerontology, 47(suppl):587, 2001. 86. Chaparro, B.S., M.E. Rogers, and L. Stumpfhauser. Using the HLR to compare physical performance measures as predictors of mobility-related disabilty. Gerontology, 47(suppl):587, 2001. 87. Rogers, M.E., N.L Rogers, A. Chaparro, and L. Stumpfhauser. Effects of balance-specific training on postural stability in older adults aged 79-90. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 33:S189, 2001. 88. Rogers, N.L., M.E.

Rogers, B. Chaparro, and L. Stumpfhauser. Effects of obstacle course training on dynamic balance and mobility in older adults aged 79-90 years. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 33:S117, 2001.

89. Sharp, D.L., M.E. Rogers, and K.H. Pitetti. Feasibility of a physical activity program at a sheltered workshop for adults with multiple disabilities. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 33:S320, 2001. 90. Takeshima, N., M.E. Rogers, A. Okada, and E. Watanabe. Blood pressure response during resistance training of different intensities. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 33:S108, 2001. 91. Islam, M.M., D. Ro, T. Ikeda, T. Yamada, M.E. Rogers, A. Okada, J. Hayano, and N. Takeshima. The effects of well-rounded exercise training on elderly Japanese patients with grade 1 or grade 2 hypertension.

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 33:S259, 2001. 92. Yamada. T., M.E. Rogers, E. Watanabe, M.M. Islam, T. Ikeda, A. Okada, and N. Takeshima. The effects of water-based well-rounded exercise on vital age in older adults. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 33:S117, 2001.

93. Yamauchi, T., M.M. Islam, E. Watanabe, D. Ro, M.E. Rogers, A. Okada, and N. Takeshima. Comparison of the effects of well-rounded exercise training between hypertensive and non-hypertensive outpatients. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 33:S258, 2001. 94. Rogers, M.E., B.S. Chaparro, and L. Stumpfhauser. Assessing functional fitness among older adults with the web-based Health and Lifestyle Review. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 32:S148, 2000. 95. Rogers, N.L., M.E. Rogers, B.S. Chaparro, and L. Stumpfhauser. Activities-specific balance confidence and functional ability in older adults aged 77-100 years.

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 32:S194, 2000.

96. Shores, J.D.F., M.E. Rogers, B.S. Chaparro, and L. Stumpfhauser. Functional fitness of the oldest-old assessed by the Health and Lifestyle Review. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 32:S218, 2000. 97. Sherwood, H.S., M.E. Rogers, J.D.F. Shores, R.M. Bohlken, and N.L. Rogers. Effects of dumbbell and resistance-band training on functional ability in older African-American women. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 32:S244, 2000. 98. Dirksen, D.E., M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, M. Bohan, S.D. Choi, and J.E. Fernandez. Upper extremity joint mobility in physically active older adults.

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 32:S275, 2000.

99. Rogers, M.E. and L. Stumpfhauser. An internet-based health and functional status assessment for use in older adult placement and intervention programs. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 7:284-285, 1999. 100. Bohan, M. and M.E. Rogers. Range of motion of the wrist in older adults: implications for computer input devices. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 7:268, 1999. 101. Rogers, M.E., B.S. Chaparro, and L. Stumpfhauser. Measures of functional fitness and fear of falling in individuals 76-99 years of age. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 31:S380, 1999. 102. Wyatt, F.B., D.

Thompson, R.M. Bohlken, B.C. Kirby, and M.E. Rogers. Characteristics of elite female cyclists: a meta-analysis. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 31:S106, 1999.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 21 103. Rogers, M.E., L.M. Artale, and P.W.R. Lemon. Resistance training improves dynamic knee extension strength at four velocities in active women, age 63-77. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30:S164, 1998. 104. Artale L.M., M.E. Rogers, and P.W.R. Lemon. Effects of weight training on isokinetic knee flexion peak torque in older women. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 30:S163, 1998. 105. Rogers, M.E., D.D. Sheriff, W.M. Isdahl, and P.M. Werchan. Hindlimb muscle burst activity may protect the rat from unconsciousness during +Gz exposures.

Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 69:242, 1998.

106. Sheriff, D.D., M.E. Rogers, W.M. Isdahl, and P.M. Werchan. Brief exposure to -Gz reduces arterial pressure early during subsequent exposure to +Gz: A rodent model of the “push-pull” effect. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 69:242, 1998. 107. Werchan, P.M., R.M. Echon, M.E. Rogers, D.D. Sheriff, and W.B. Stavinoha. Caffeine enhances 40 Hz EEG oscillations during +Gz exposures in rats. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 69:241, 1998. 108. Echon, R.M., P.M. Werchan, D.D. Sheriff, M.E. Rogers, and M.S. Caspers. Cortical EEG power spectral analysis and 40 Hz oscillations: A reliable index for gravitational loss of consciousness (G-LOC).

Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 69:241, 1998.

109. Rogers, M.E., L.M. Artale, T.N. Ziegenfuss, R.R. Ross, and P.W.R. Lemon. Muscle hypertrophy in active women, age 63-77, after four and eight weeks of resistance training. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 29:S253, 1997. 110. Ziegenfuss, T.N., P.W.R. Lemon, M.E. Rogers, R.R. Ross, and K.E. Yarasheski. Acute creatine ingestion: effects on muscle volume, anaerobic power, fluid volumes, and protein turnover. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 29:S127, 1997. 111. Rogers, M.E., R.N. Cortright, W.E. Sinning, and P.W.R. Lemon. Estimating body composition with bioimpedance in male and female rats across the life span.

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 27:S207, 1995.

112. Lemon, P.W.R., M. Boska, D.L. Bredle, M.E. Rogers, T.N. Ziegenfuss, and B.R. Newcomer. Effect of oral creatine supplementation on energetics during repeated maximal muscle contraction. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 27:S204, 1995. 113. Appicelli, P., T.N. Ziegenfuss, L. Lowery, K. Carson, M.E. Rogers, G. Hodsden, and P.W.R. Lemon. Does type of dietary protein supplementation affect muscle strength/size gains in adult bodybuilders? Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology, 20:12P, 1995.

114. Ziegenfuss, T.N., D.L. Bredle, M.E. Rogers, B.R. Newcomer, M. Boska, and P.W.R.

Lemon. Effect of creatine on repeated maximal muscle contraction. Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology, 19:53P, 1994. 115. Rogers, M.E., R.N. Cortright, W.E. Sinning, and P.W.R. Lemon. Validity of estimating body composition in rats with bioimpedance. Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology, 18:431P, 1993. 116. Cortright, R.N., M.E. Rogers, and P.W.R. Lemon. Does protein intake during endurance training affect growth, nitrogen balance or exercise performance? Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology, 18:403P, 1993.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 22 PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS International Presentations/Audiences 1. Forman, J., M.E. Rogers, M. Bunyan, N.L. Rogers, and J.A. Patterson. Effects of massage combined with eccentric resistance on ankle flexibility and balance in adults aged 50-65 years. Fourth International Congress on Fascia Research, Washington, DC, September 18-20, 2015. 2. del Pozo-Cruz, B., L. Dalleck, M.E. Rogers, J.D. Pillay, A. Raimundo, and J. del Pozo-Cruz. Associations between exercise, sleeping behaviour, sedentary behaviour, incidental physical activity, cardiovascular fitness and health among cardiac patients attending to a phase ii cardiac rehabilitation program: An international collaborative approach.

Symposium on Promoting Lifestyle Physical Activity and Tackling Sedentary Behaviour, Sydney, Australia. November 14, 2014. 3. Rogers, M.E. Metabolic costs of elastic resistance exercise. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, October 22-25, 2014. (Invited Lecture) 4. Rogers, M.E., J.A. Patterson, and M. Bunyan. Caloric costs of upper- and lower-body resistance exercise using CLX bands. International Conference on Therapy and Exercise, Park City, UT, August 5-9, 2014. (Invited Lecture) 5. Forman , J., M.E. Rogers, M. Bunyan, N.L. Rogers, and J.A. Patterson.

Effects of massage combined with resistance on balance in adults aged 50-65 years. International Conference on Therapy and Exercise, Park City, UT, August 5-9, 2014. (Invited Lecture) 6. Sanders, M.E., and M.E. Rogers. Weight loss program evaluation: Energy balance and Health Management Resources. International Conference on Therapy and Exercise, Park City, UT, August 5- 9, 2014. (Invited Lecture) 7. Labbe, A., P. Page, and M.E. Rogers. Force-elongation characteristics of the TheraBand CLX band: A pilot study. International Conference on Therapy and Exercise, Park City, UT, August 5-9, 2014.

(Invited Lecture) 8. Takeshima, N., M.M. Islam, S. Okada, E. Fujita, and M.E. Rogers. To keep an active life: An overview of our research on physical activity in frail old adults. The 2014 International Meeting of the Korean Society for Exercise Physiology, Suwon, Korea, April 12, 2014. (Invited Lecture) 9. Rogers, M.E. Balance training for older adults. South American Train the Trainer Conference, Lima, Peru, January 17-18, 2014. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 10. Rogers, M.E., J. Patterson, B. del Pozo Cruz, T. Robillard, J. Fiser, and N. Takeshima. Caloric expenditure of elastic resistance training in upper and lower body exercise.

International Conference on Therapy and Exercise, Moscow, Russia, August 2-4, 2013. (Invited Lecture) 11. Rogers, M.E., N. Takeshima, M.M. Islam, D. Koizumi, and N.L. Rogers. Comparison of the effects of Nordic walking, conventional walking, and elastic band training on fitness in older adults. International Conference on Therapy and Exercise, Moscow, Russia, August 2-4, 2013. (Invited Lecture) 12. Forman, J., G. Martinson, and M.E. Rogers. Effects of home-based neck care treatment and eccentric resistance combined with massage programs on pain and function in office workers International Conference on Therapy and Exercise, Moscow, Russia, August 2-4, 2013.

(Invited Lecture) 13. Rogers, M.E. Exercise for older adults with hand osteoarthritis. Special Colloquium: National Institute for Fitness and Sport at Kanoya, Kanoya, Japan, June 28, 2013. (Invited Lecture) 14. Rogers, M.E. International trends of study concerning exercise programs and health promotion for middle and older people. The 2012 International Forum on Muscle Fitness Exercise as Chokin for Elderly People, Kanoya, Japan, December 15-16, 2012. (Invited Lecture)

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 23 15. Takeshima, N., M.M. Islam, and M.E. Rogers. Development and implementation of well-rounded exercise programs for older adults in Japan. Seoul, South Korea, August 21-23, 2012. 16. Buchner, D., M.E. Rogers, W. Chodzko-Zajko, and A.L. Morgan. Building a national strategy to promote physical activity: The ACSM Symposium. World Congress on Active Aging, Glasgow, Scotland, August 13-17, 2012. 17. Takeshima, N., K. Shimada, Y. Ishida, D. Koizumi, N.L. Rogers, M.E. Rogers. Changes in muscle thickness over 12 months in older frail women nursing home residents.

World Congress on Active Aging, Glasgow, Scotland, August 13-17, 2012.

18. Okada, S., M. Narita, N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, and M.E. Rogers. Effect of light exercise on muscular strength and functional fitness over 12 months in frail community-dwelling older adults. World Congress on Active Aging, Glasgow, Scotland, August 13-17, 2012. 19. Rogers, M.E., J. Patterson, and N.L. Rogers. Postural balance progression while standing on foam surfaces. International Conference on Therapy and Exercise. St. John’s, Newfoundland, July 23-25, 2012. (Invited Lecture) 20. Rogers, M.E., J. Patterson, C. Simmons, W. Hawkins, R. Amick, and N.L. Rogers. Effect of whole body vibration exercise on muscle activity when using elastic resistance bands in younger and older adults.

International Conference on Therapy and Exercise. San Francisco, CA, July 22-24, 2011. (Invited Lecture) 21. Rogers, M.E., J. Patterson, C. Simmons, and W. Hawkins. Effect of Biofreeze gel on power output and blood lactate during a 30-second bout of high-intensity anaerobic exercise. International Conference on Therapy and Exercise. San Francisco, CA, July 22-24, 2011. (Invited Lecture) 22. Rogers, M.E. Exercise training to improve balance and prevent falls in older adults. International Seminar on Active and Healthy Aging. Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong, April 28, 2011. (Keynote Lecture) 23. Rogers, M.E.

Balance training and fall prevention in older adults. 4th International Congress on Sport and Physical Activity for Older Adults. Malaga, Spain, March 4-6, 2011. (Keynote Lecture) 24. Rogers, M.E., and N. Takeshima. Effect of concurrent aerobic and resistance circuit exercise training in older adults. International Conference on Therapy and Exercise. Athens, Greece, July 19-21, 2010. (Invited Lecture) 25. Rogers, M.E., and N.L. Rogers. Benefits of the Wii Fit as an exercise program for older adults. International Conference on Therapy and Exercise. Athens, Greece, July 19-21, 2010. (Invited Lecture) 26.

Rogers, M.E., and N.L. Rogers. Varying the amount and type of social support provided during an older adult Well-Rounded Exercise Program (WellREP). International Conference on Therapy and Exercise. Athens, Greece, July 19-21, 2010. (Invited Lecture) 27. Page, P., and M.E. Rogers. First Step to Active Health for diabetes. Active Aging 2008, San Antonio, TX, December 4-6, 2008.

28. Rogers, M.E. Exercise programming for older adults with knee osteoarthritis. European Therapy and Fitness Education Conference. Frankfurt, Germany, September 19-21, 2008. (Invited Lecture and Tutorial Workshop) 29. Rogers, M.E. First Step to Active Health: Increasing activity among older adults. European Therapy and Fitness Education Conference. Frankfurt, Germany, September 19-21, 2008. (Invited Lecture and Tutorial Workshop) 30. Rogers, M.E. Effective exercise interventions for active aging. 6th World Congress on Aging and Physical Activity, Tsukuba, Japan, July 26-29, 2008. (Keynote Lecture) 31.

Rogers, M.E., P. Page, and N. Takeshima. First Step to Active Health: A scientifically based exercise program for older adults now translated into Japanese. 6th World Congress on Aging and Physical Activity, Tsukuba, Japan, July 26-29, 2008. 32. Rogers, M.E., and M. Ory. Implementation of evidence-based activity programs for seniors: The American experience. 6th World Congress on Aging and Physical Activity, Tsukuba, Japan, July 26-29, 2008.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 24 33. Lee, S., M.Watanabe, M.E Rogers, N. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Efficacy of passive resistance exercise in frail older adults. 6th World Congress on Aging and Physical Activity, Tsukuba, Japan, July 26-29, 2008. 34. Tomiyama, N., D. Koizumi, S. Lee, M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Effects of adding balance exercise to resistance training on strength and balance in older adults. 6th World Congress on Aging and Physical Activity, Tsukuba, Japan, July 26-29, 2008. 35. Rogers, M.E. Prescribing exercise for older adults. Abilities of Japan, Tokyo, Japan, July 25, 2008.

(Invited lecture televised nation-wide) 36. Rogers, M.E. Well-rounded exercise programming for sedentary older adults. Special Colloquium: Hiroshima Prefectural Gymnasium, Hiroshima, Japan, July 24, 2008. (Invited Lecture) 37. Rogers, M.E. Standing Strong: Reducing fall-risk in older adults. Special Colloquium: Kyoto University Hospital, Kyoto, Japan, July 23, 2008. (Invited Lecture) 38. Rogers, M.E. How instructors can make exercise classes more functional for older adults. Special Colloquium: Nagoya City University Hospital, Nagoya, Japan, July 22, 2008. (Invited Lecture) 39. Rogers, M.E.

Resistance training for older adults. Special Colloquium: Nagoya City University, Nagoya, Japan, July 22, 2008. (Invited Lecture) 40. Page, P., and M.E. Rogers. Knee School: A new exercise program for older adults with knee osteoarthritis. Active Aging 2007, Orlando, FL, November 30, 2007.

41. Hasegawa, R., M.M. Islam, M. Watanabe, M.E. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Threshold of lower-extremity muscle strength necessary to perform ADL independently in community-dwelling older adults. 4th Asia Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress, Hong Kong, China, June 23-26, 2007. 42. Tomiyama, N., R. Hasegawa, M.E. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Inter-rater reliability of the multi-directional reach test in young adults. 4th Asia Pacific Occupational Therapy Congress, Hong Kong, China, June 23-26, 2007. 43. Rogers, M.E. Exercise for adults with hand osteoarthritis. 4th International Exercise Gerontology Forum, Nagoya City University, Nagoya, Japan, November 23-25, 2006.

(Invited Lecture and workshop) 44. Page, P., and M.E. Rogers. Hip School: A new exercise program for older adults with hip osteoarthritis. Active Aging 2006, Las Vegas, NV, November 14, 2006. (8 hour preconference session) 45. Rogers, M.E. Ejercicio acuatico le salud (Scientific aquatic exercise). IV Congreso de Fisioterapia, Puebla, Mexico, October 26-27, 2006. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 46. Rogers, M.E. Parándose Fuerte para el adulto mayor (Standing Strong for older adults). IV Congreso de Fisioterapia, Puebla, Mexico, October 26-27, 2006. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 47. Rogers, M.E.

Primer paso para ure buena salud (First Step to Active Health). IV Congreso de Fisioterapia, Puebla, Mexico, October 26-27, 2006. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 48. Rogers, M.E. Parándose Fuerte para el adulto mayor (Standing Strong for older adults). 1er Congreso Internacional de Rehabilitacion, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, September 21-22, 2006. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 49. Rogers, M.E. Primer paso para ure buena salud (First Step to Active Health). 1er Congreso Internacional de Rehabilitacion, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, September 21-22, 2006. (Invited Lecture) 50. Rogers, M.E. Ejercicio acuatico le salud (Scientific aquatic exercise).

Centro de Rehabiltacion y Educacion Especial, Chihuahua, Mexico, September 6-7, 2006. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 51. Rogers, M.E. Parándose Fuerte para el adulto mayor (Standing Strong for older adults). Centro de Rehabiltacion y Educacion Especial, Chihuahua, Mexico, September 6-7, 2006. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 52. Rogers, M.E. Primer paso para ure buena salud (First Step to Active Health). Centro de Rehabiltacion y Educacion Especial, Chihuahua, Mexico, September 6-7, 2006. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 53. Rogers, M.E., and P. Page. Standing Strong: A strength and balance program for older adults.

Can-Fit-Pro Conference, Toronto, Canada. August 25-26, 2006. (Invited Lecture)

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 25 54. Rogers, M.E., and P. Page. Functional band training for older adults. Can-Fit-Pro Conference, Toronto, Canada, August 25-26, 2006. (Invited Lecture) 55. Rogers, M.E., and P. Page. Hip School. Can-Fit-Pro Conference, Toronto, Canada, August 25-26, 2006. (Invited Lecture and workshop) 56. Rogers, M.E. Ejercicio acuatico le salud (Scientific aquatic exercise). El 1er Curso de Educacion Medica Continual, Mexico City, Mexico, March 17-18, 2006. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 57. Rogers, M.E. Parándose Fuerte para el adulto mayor (Standing Strong for older adults).

El 1er Curso de Educacion Medica Continual, Mexico City, Mexico, March 17-18, 2006. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 58. Rogers, M.E. Primer paso para ure buena salud (First Step to Active Health). El 1er Curso de Educacion Medica Continual, Mexico City, Mexico, March 17-18, 2006. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 59. Page, P., and M.E. Rogers. Hip School: A new exercise program for older adults with hip osteoarthritis. Active Aging 2005, Orlando, FL, November 30-December 3, 2005. (Invited Lecture) 60. Rogers, M.E. The significance and need of community-based exercise programs for older adult. 2nd International Exercise Gerontology Forum, Joshibi University of Art and Design, Tokyo, Japan, September 10, 2005.

61. Rogers, M.E., and P. Page. Standing Strong: A strength and balance program for older adults. Can-Fit-Pro Conference, Toronto, Canada. August 18-21, 2005. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 62. Rogers, M.E., and P. Page. Functional band training for older adults. Can-Fit-Pro Conference, Toronto, Canada, August 18-21, 2005. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 63. Rogers, M.E.. Standing Strong: A strength and balance program for people aged 50+. International German Gymnastics Festival 2005, Berlin, Germany, May 15-19, 2005. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 64. Rogers, M.E. Economics of aging and physical activity in America.

Special Colloquium: Economics Department, Fukuyama University, Fukuyama, Japan, March 21, 2005. (Invited Lecture) 65. Rogers, M.E. A scientifically-based exercise program for older adults: First Steps to Active Health. The 2nd Community-Based Exercise Symposium and 1st International Exercise Gerontology Forum, Nagoya, Japan, March 19-20, 2005. (Invited Lecture) 66. Rogers, M.E. Functional resistance training for older adults. Fourth Annual Far East Meets Midwest USA Symposium on Exercise, Graduate School of Natural Science, Nagoya City University, Nagoya, Japan, March 18, 2005. (Invited Lecture) 67.

Stuchlik, C.A., M.E. Rogers. Effects of elastic resistance band exercises in softball players. Fourth Annual Far East Meets Midwest USA Symposium on Exercise, Graduate School of Natural Science, Nagoya City University, Nagoya, Japan, March 18, 2005. (Invited Lecture) 68. Rogers, M.E., and P. Page. Standing Strong: A strength and balance program for older adults. Active Aging 2004, Orlando, FL, November 11-13, 2004. (Invited Lecture) 69. Page, P., and M.E. Rogers. Functional band training for older adults. Active Aging 2004, Orlando, FL, November 11-13, 2004. (Invited Lecture) 70. Rogers, M.E.

Addressing the National Blueprint: A tool kit to increase physical activity among adults 50 and older. 2004 IDEA Personal Trainer Summit, New York, NY, October 7-10, 2004. (Invited Lecture) 71. Rogers, M.E. Balance and strength strategies for older adults. 2004 IDEA Personal Trainer Summit, New York, NY, October 7-10, 2004. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 72. Rogers, M.E., P. Page, and W. Chodzko-Zajko. First Step to Active Health: A scientifically-based exercise program for older adults (symposium). 6th World Congress on Physical Activity and Aging, London, Ontario, Canada, August 3-7, 2004.

73. Rogers, M.E., N. Takeshima, and M.M. Islam. Physical activity programming for an aged Japanese population. 6th World Congress on Physical Activity and Aging, London, Ontario, Canada, August 3-7, 2004.

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76. Islam, M.M., E. Nasu, Y. Wang, S. Lee, M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, and N.

Takeshima. Improvement in body sway after 12-wk of customized balance training versus Tai Chi exercises in older adults. 6th World Congress on Physical Activity and Aging, London, Ontario, Canada, August 3-7, 2004. 77. Yamauchi, T., M.M. Islam, D. Koizumi, E. Nasu, S. Lee, M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Benefits of home-based exercise over 24 months in Japanese older adults living in an urban community. 6th World Congress on Physical Activity and Aging, London, Ontario, Canada, August 3-7, 2004. 78. Hasegawa, R., M.M. Islam, D. Koizumi T. Yamauchi, M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, and N.

Takeshima. Efficacy of band-based resistance exercise for community-dwelling older adults. 6th World Congress on Physical Activity and Aging, London, Ontario, Canada, August 3-7, 2004. 79. Koizumi, D., M.M. Islam, M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Quantity and quality of daily physical activity in community-dwelling older women in Japan. 6th World Congress on Physical Activity and Aging, London, Ontario, Canada, August 3-7, 2004. 80. Rogers, M.E. Dispelling myths: People with chronic conditions can exercise. 2004 Taiwan Health Promotion and Aerobic Convention, Taipei, Taiwan, July 29-August 2, 2004.

(Invited Keynote Address) 81. Rogers, M.E. Balance training for older adults. 2004 Aerobic Fitness & Health Association of Republic of China Convention, Taipei, Taiwan, July 29-August 2, 2004. (Invited Lecture and Tutorial Workshop) 82. Rogers, M.E. Strength training with elastic resistance bands. 2004 Aerobic Fitness & Health Association of Republic of China Convention, Taipei, Taiwan, July 29-August 2, 2004. (Invited Lecture and Tutorial Workshop) 83. Rogers, M.E. Balance training for seniors. 4th International Conference on Therapeutic Exercise, Salzburg, Austria, July 22-24, 2004. (Invited Lecture) 84.

Rogers, M.E. Standing Strong: a program to improve balance and strength in older adults. 4th International Conference on Therapeutic Exercise, Salzburg, Austria, July 22-24, 2004. (Three Invited Tutorial Workshops) 85. Rogers, M.E. Standing Strong: a balance training program for older adults. European Therapy and Fitness Education Conference. Frankfurt, Germany, April 2-4, 2004. (Invited Lecture and Tutorial Workshop) 86. Rogers, M.E. Balance training for elderly. Traenings-og Rehab Kongres, Kolding, Denmark, November 1-2, 2003. (Two Invited Lectures and Tutorial Workshops) 87. Rogers, M.E.

Balance training for seniors. 3rd International Conference on Therapeutic Exercise, Coronado, CA, August 15-16, 2003. (Invited Lecture) 88. Rogers, M.E. Standing Strong: a program to improve balance and strength in older adults. 3rd International Conference on Therapeutic Exercise, Coronado, CA, August 15-16, 2003. (Three Invited Tutorial Workshops) 89. Rogers, M.E. Balance training and fall prevention for older adults. IDEA World Fitness and Personal Trainer Convention, Anaheim, CA, July 15-16, 2003. (Invited lecture) 90. Rogers, M.E. Exercises to improve balance and minimize falls. IDEA World Fitness and Personal Trainer Convention, Anaheim, CA, July 15-16, 2003.

(Invited Tutorial Workshop) 91. Takeshima N., M. M. Islam, and M.E Rogers. Importance of combined aerobic and resistance exercises in improving overall fitness in elderly. International Federation on Ageing 6th Global Conference, Perth, Australia, October 20-22 2002.

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(Three Invited Tutorial Workshops) 95. Rogers, M.E. Developing a balance workshop for an international audience. Educational Program Colloquium, Instytut Rehabilitacji, Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego, Krakow, Poland, September 20, 2002. (Invited Lecture) 96. Rogers, M.E. Exercises for older adults. International Research Conference on Functional Exercise Progression, Toronto, Canada, August 9-10, 2002. (Invited Lecture) 97. Rogers, M.E. Balance training for older adults. International Research Conference on Functional Exercise Progression, Toronto, Canada, August 9-10, 2002. (Three invited Tutorial Workshops) 98.

Rogers, M.E. Community exercise programming for older adults. Special Colloquium, Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Casualty Council Health Management and Promotion Center, Hiroshima, Japan, July 19, 2002. (Invited Lecture) 99. Rogers, M.E. Community-based exercise programming in Wichita, USA. Special Colloquium, Hirose Center for Disease Control, Hirose, Shimane Prefecture, Japan, July 18, 2002. (Invited Lecture) 100. Rogers, M.E. Community-based exercise programs to improve balance and prevent falls in older adults. Physical Activity for Successful Aging Seminar, Graduate School of Natural Science, Nagoya City University, Nagoya, Japan, July 11, 2002.

(Invited Lecture) 101. Rogers, M.E. Strength training with elastic bands for community-dwelling older adults. Ibaraki Prefecture Conference on Successful Aging, Mito, Japan, July 8-9, 2002. (Invited Tutorial Workshop) 102. Rogers, M.E. Benefits of exercise for older adults. Ibaraki Prefecture Conference on Successful Aging, Mito, Japan, July 8-9, 2002. (Invited Lecture) 103. Rogers, M.E. Community-based exercise programs to improve balance and prevent falls in older adults. Special Research Colloquium, Institute of Health and Sport Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan, July 8, 2002.

(Invited Lecture) 104. Rogers, M.E. Safety precautions during balance training. Japan Athletic Trainers Organization Workshop on Exercise and Rehabilitation, Tokyo, Japan, July, 6-7, 2002. (Invited Tutorial Workshop) 105. Rogers, M.E., J.E. Fernandez, and R.M. Bohlken. Differences in balance among young, middle-aged, and older adults. XVI Annual International Occupational Ergonomics & Safety Conference, Toronto, Canada, June 6-9, 2002.

106. Rogers, M.E. Exercises for older adults. International Workshop on Functional Exercise Progression, Slapy nad Vltavou, Czech Republic, April 27, 2002. (Three Invited Tutorial Workshops) 107. Rogers, M.E. Balance training for older adults. Czech Society of Myoskeletal Medicine Conference on Exercise, Prague, Czech Republic, April 26, 2002. (Invited Lecture) 108. Rogers, M.E. Exercise prescriptions for balance training. Exercise Gerontology Research Symposium, Nagoya City University, Nagoya, Japan, January 10, 2002. (Invited Lecture) 109. Rogers, M.E., N.L. Rogers, J.D.F Shores, N. Takeshima, and M.M.

Islam. Explaining increased fall incidence in older adults. 6th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice, San Francisco, CA, November 18-20, 2001. 110.Rogers, M.E., N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Modifying the home environment to prevent falls in the elderly. 6th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice, San Francisco, CA, November 18-20, 2001.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 28 111.Rogers, N.L., M.E. Rogers, J.D.F. Shores, N. Takeshima, and M.M. Islam. Tools to assess and reduce fall risk in older adults. 6th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice, San Francisco, CA, November 18-20, 2001. 112. Rogers, M.E., N. Takeshima, and M.M. Islam. Using accelerometers to assess daily physical activity dose and intensities in older adults. 6th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice, San Francisco, CA, November 18-20, 2001.

113. Rogers, M.E., M.M. Islam, and N. Takeshima. Association of balance with daily physical activity and fitness in older adults. 6th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice, San Francisco, CA, November 18-20, 2001. 114. Rogers, M.E., N. Takeshima, M.M. Islam, D. Ro, D. Koizumi, and Y. Wang. Slower declines of functional fitness and strength in Japanese elderly may reduce fall risk. 6th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice, San Francisco, CA, November 18-20, 2001.

115.Rogers, M.E., L. Stumpfhauser, and B.S. Chaparro. The Health and Lifestyle Review (HLR): applying technology to assess the functionality of older adults. 6th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice, San Francisco, CA, November 18-20, 2001. 116. Takeshima, N., M.M. Islam, M. Lee, M.E. Rogers, and N.L. Rogers. Quantity and quality of daily physical activity in community-dwelling older adults in Japan. Korean National University of Physical Education International Symposium, Seoul, Korea, October 30, 2001.

117. Rogers, M.E. Postural balance.

International Research Conference on Functional Exercise Progression, Prague, Czech Republic, August 17, 2001. (Invited Lecture) 118. Rogers, M.E. Exercise programs to enhance balance in older adults. International Research Conference on Functional Exercise Progression, Prague, Czech Republic, August 17, 2001. (Invited Lecture) 119. Rogers, M.E. Using stability trainers and exercise balls to improve balance: three one-hour workshops. International Research Conference on Functional Exercise Progression, Prague, Czech Republic, August 17, 2001. (Invited Tutorial Workshop) 120. Ro, D.I., M.M.

Islam, T. Yamauchi, T. Yamada, T. Ikeda, M.E. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Benefits of resistance exercise for older adults: using elastic bands for training. Asia-Pacific Rim Conference on Exercise and Sports Science, Seoul, Korea, July 6-8, 2001.

121. Rogers, M.E., B.S. Chaparro, and L. Stumpfhauser. Assessing functional fitness with the HLR. International Association of Gerontology's 17th World Congress, Vancouver, Canada, July 1-6, 2001. 122. Stumpfhauser, L., M.E. Rogers, and B.S. Chaparro. An internet-based standardized assessment for use in placement and health promotion for older adults. International Association of Gerontology's 17th World Congress, Vancouver, Canada, July 1-6, 2001. 123. Chaparro, B.S., M.E. Rogers, and L. Stumpfhauser. Using the HLR to compare physical performance measures as predictors of mobility-related disabilty.

International Association of Gerontology's 17th World Congress, Vancouver, Canada, July 1-6, 2001.

124. Rogers, M.E., J.E. Fernandez, and R.M. Bohlken. Postural sway in older adults: effects of reduced visual sensation. XV Annual International Occupational Ergonomics & Safety Conference, Fairfax, VA, June 4- 7, 2001. 125. Rogers, M.E., J.E. Fernandez, and R.M. Bohlken. Postural sway of middle-age adults. XV Annual International Occupational Ergonomics & Safety Conference, Fairfax, VA, June 4-7, 2001. 126. Rogers, M.E. Physical Activity and Aging in the United States and Japan. Far East Meets Midwest Symposium on Exercise and Aging. Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, June 5, 2001. (Invited Lecture) 127.

Rogers, M.E. Effects of exercise training on balance in older adults. Far East Meets Midwest Symposium on Exercise and Aging. Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, June 5, 2001. (Invited Lecture)

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Rogers, M.E. Growing old in the USA: Costs of an aging society. Department of Economics at Nagoya City University, Nagoya, Japan, July 24, 2000. (Invited Lecture) 132. Rogers, M.E. Safe and effective physical training for older adults. Meeting of Exercise Gerontology in the New Millennium, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan, July 15, 2000. (Invited Lecture) 133. Rogers, M.E. Using elastic bands to improve strength in the elderly. Japanese Association of Health and Fitness Programmers, Nagoya, Japan, July 9, 2000. (Invited Tutorial Workshop) 134. Rogers, M.E. Benefits of strength training for older adults.

Nagoya City University, Nagoya, Japan, July 10, 2000. (Invited Lecture) 135. D’Souza, V.S., M. Bernbeck, J. E. Fernandez, and M.E. Rogers. Postural sway in individuals aged 20-39 years. 4th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering Theory, Applications and Practice, San Antonio, TX, November 17-20, 1999.

136. Rogers, M.E. and L. Stumpfhauser. An internet-based health and functional status assessment for use in older adult placement and intervention programs. One-hour workshop. 5th World Congress on Physical Activity, Aging, and Sports, Orlando, FL, August 10-14, 1999. 137. Stumpfhauser, L., and M.E. Rogers. Vitaband exercise protocol for the elderly. One-hour workshop. 5th World Congress on Physical Activity, Aging, and Sports, Orlando, FL, August 10-14, 1999. 138. Bohan, M. and M.E. Rogers. Range of motion of the wrist in older adults: implications for computer input devices. 5th World Congress on Physical Activity, Aging, and Sports, Orlando, FL, August 10-14, 1999.

139. Bohan, M., S.D. Choi, A. Chaparro, M.E. Rogers, and J.E. Fernandez. Joint range of motion and grip strength of elderly males and females. 14th Annual International Occupational Ergonomics and Safety Conference, Orlando, FL, June 2-5, 1999. 140. Rogers, M.E., T.N. Ziegenfuss, R.R. Ross, and P.W.R. Lemon. Changes in muscle size after four and eight weeks of resistance training in women aged 63-77. ALCOA National Forum on Older Adults and Active Living, London, Ontario, Canada, May 13-16, 1999.

141. Appicelli, P., T.N. Ziegenfuss, L. Lowery, K. Carson, M.E. Rogers, G. Hodsden, and P.W.R. Lemon. Does type of dietary protein supplementation affect muscle strength/size gains in adult bodybuilders? Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting, Quebec City, QU, Canada, October 26-28, 1995. 142. Rogers, M.E., R.N. Cortright, W.E. Sinning, and P.W.R. Lemon. Estimating body composition in rats with bioimpedance. Ontario Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting, Orillia, ON, Canada, February 3-5, 1995. 143. Lowery, L.M., T.N. Ziegenfuss, P.A. Appicelli, M.E. Rogers, and P.W.R. Lemon.

Effect of oral creatine supplementation and body building exercise on fluid shifts, protein synthesis, and arm muscle volume. Ontario Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting, Orillia, ON, Canada, February 3-5, 1995. 144. Ziegenfuss, T.N., D.L. Bredle, M.E. Rogers, B.R. Newcomer, M. Boska, and P.W.R. Lemon. Effect of creatine on repeated maximal muscle contraction. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting, Hamilton, Canada, October 27-29, 1994.

145. Rogers, M.E., T.N. Ziegenfuss, and P.W.R. Lemon. Effect of amount/type of dietary protein and heavy resistance exercise on muscle protein synthesis and degradation in human muscle. Ontario Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting, Orillia, ON, Canada, February 5-7, 1994. 146. Ziegenfuss, T.N., M.E. Rogers, and P.W.R. Lemon. Effect of carbohydrate loading and body building exercise on body fluid shifts. Ontario Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting, Orillia, ON, Canada, February 5-7, 1994.

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Cortright, W.E. Sinning, and P.W.R. Lemon. Validity of estimating body composition in rats with bioimpedance. Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting, London, ON, Canada, October 20-23, 1993. 148. Cortright, R.N., M.E. Rogers, and P.W.R. Lemon. Does protein intake during endurance training affect growth, nitrogen balance or exercise performance? Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting, London, ON, Canada, October 20-23, 1993.

149. Cortright, R.N., M.E. Rogers, and P.W.R. Lemon. Effect of protein intake during endurance exercise on growth, nitrogen balance and exercise performance. Ontario Exercise Physiology Annual Meeting, Orillia, ON, Canada, February 7-9, 1993. National Presentations/Audiences 1. Forman , J., M.E. Rogers, M. Bunyan, N.L. Rogers, and J.A. Patterson. Effects of massage combined with resistance on ankle flexibility and balance in adults aged 50-65 years. American Massage Therapy Association National Conference, Denver, CO, September 17-20, 2014.

2. Rogers, M.E., J.A. Patterson, B. del Pozo-Cruz, T.

Robillard, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Caloric expenditure of elastic resistance training in upper and lower body exercise. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, May 27-31, 2014. 3. Takeshima, N., J.A. Patterson, R.Z. Amick, N.L. Rogers, K.C. Young, and M.E. Rogers. Comparison of postural sway measures using a balance platform and mobile application. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, May 27-31, 2014.

4. Kato, Y., N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, and M.E. Rogers. Effect of marching in place and chair rise exercise on function in frail older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, May 27-31, 2014. 5. Fujita, E., N. Takeshima, H. Nakamoto, M. Narita, Y. Kato, D. Koizumi, and M.E. Rogers. Effects of bodyweight squat exercise in frail older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, May 27-31, 2014. 6. Rogers, N.L., J. Calatayud, S. Borreani, J.C. Colado, N.T. Triplett, L.L. Andersen, and M.E. Rogers. Serratus anterior and upper trapezius muscle activity during upper-body exercises.

American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, May 27-31, 2014.

7. Brasil, R., S.S. Pinto, J. Calatayud, J.C. Colado, J. Benavent, and M.E. Rogers. Correlation between Borg Scale (6-20) with a new water cycling scale (Brasil Scale). American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, May 27-31, 2014. 8. Calatayud, J., S. Borreani, J.C. Colado, F. Martin, D.G. Behm, and M.E. Rogers. Neuromuscular comparison of push-up variations and bench press. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, May 27-31, 2014. 9. Young, K.C., D.C. Roberts, N.G. Walton, K.L. Kendall, J.A. Patterson, and M.E. Rogers. Bone adaptation to competitive collegiate-level cheer.

American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, May 27-31, 2014.

10. Forman, J., G. Martinson, and M.E. Rogers. Effects of home-based neck care treatment and eccentric resistance combined with massage programs on pain and function in office workers. International Research Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health, Miami, FL, May 13-16, 2014. 11. Rogers, M.E. Balance training for older athletes. IDEA Personal Trainer Institute West, Seattle, WA, April 10-13, 2014. (Invited Lecture) 12. Rogers, M.E. Balance training for older athletes. IDEA Personal Trainer Institute East, Alexandria, VA, February 27 - March 2, 2014. (Invited Lecture)

Michael E.

Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 31 13. Forman, J., G. Martinson, and M.E. Rogers. Effects of home-based neck care. American Massage Therapy Association National Conference, Fort Worth, TX, September 25-28, 2013. 14. Rogers, M.E., and P. Page. Balance training for older athletes. National Strength and Conditioning Association Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV, July 11-14, 2013. (Invited Lecture) 15. Rogers, N.L., J. Martin, J.C. Colado, S. Borreani, J. Calatayud, D. Moya, and M.E. Rogers. Differences in women core muscle activation during performance of exercises in stable and unstable conditions.

American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 28-June 1, 2013. 16. Borreani, S., J.C. Colado, F. Martin, J. Benavent, S.S. Pinto, and M.E. Rogers. Upper extremity muscle activation during aquatic resistance exercise performed with different devices. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 28-June 1, 2013.

17. Calatayud, J., J.C. Colado, S. Borreani, F. Martin, V. Tella, and M.E. Rogers. Neuromuscular exercises with different devices: Progression of ankle muscle activation. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 28-June 1, 2013. 18. Colado, J.C., N.T. Triplett, S. Borreani, F. Martin, V. Tellls, and M.E. Rogers. Correlation between OMNI resistance exercise scale with elastic bands and a new elastic band exercise scale. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 28-June 1, 2013.

19. Martin, F., J.C. Colado, S. Borreani, X.

Madera, D. Moya, and M.E. Rogers. Agonist and lumbopelvic muscular activation during push-ups performed on suspension training devices. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 28-June 1, 2013. 20. Hawkins, W.C., J.A. Patterson, and M.E. Rogers. Effect of whole body vibration exercise on muscle activity when using elastic resistance bands. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 28-June 1, 2013.

21. Roberts, D., W.C. Hawkins, P.B. Costa, J.A. Patterson, M.E. Rogers, and K.C. Young. Neuromuscular assessment of collegiate-level female cheerleaders. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 28-June 1, 2013. 22. Forman, J., M.E. Rogers, and L. Geertsen. Effect of deep stripping massage vs. deep stripping massage combined with eccentric resistance on hamstring length and strength. International Massage Therapy Research Conference, Boston, MA, April 25-27, 2013. 23. Forman, J., M.E. Rogers, and L. Geertsen. Active muscle therapy: Hamstring flexibility and strength.

American Massage Therapy Association National Convention, Raleigh, NC, October 3-6, 2012. 24. Hawkins WC, M.E. Rogers, J.A. Patterson, C.K Simmons. Effect of topical menthol gel on power output during 30-second high intensity anaerobic exercise. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 29-June 2, 2012.

25. Rogers, M.E. Educating the general public about kinesiology. American Kinesiology Association Leadership Workshop, Dallas, TX, January 29-31, 2012. (Invited panel presentation) 26. Patterson, J.A., R.Z Amick, T. Thummar, and M.E. Rogers. Validation of motion sensors in Smartphone technology to measure balance: preliminary results. ACSM Conference on Physical Activity, Cognitive Function, and Academic Achievement. Washington, DC, November 17-18, 2011. 27. Rogers, M.E., and S. Hoffman. Clinical Colloquium: Exercise and physical activity for older adults: From Research to clinical practice.

American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, May 31- June 4, 2011.

28. Rogers, M.E., N. Takeshima, and A. Imai. Response to circuit exercise training using the Thera-Band exercise station in older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, May 31-June 4, 2011. 29. Narita, M., D. Koizumi, N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, M.E. Rogers. Test-retest reliability of a computerized balance assessment on static and dynamic balance in older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, May 31-June 4, 2011.

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Naruse, N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, M.E. Rogers. Longitudinal assessment of functional fitness in older adults participating in a community-based exercise program. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, May 31-June 4, 2011. 31. Imai, A., D. Koizumi, N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, M.E. Rogers. Intensity of circuit training in community-dwelling older adults using the Thera-Band exercise station. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, May 31-June 4, 2011.

32. Takeshima, N., K. Shimada, D. Koizumi, N.L. Rogers, M.E. Rogers. Changes in muscle thickness in older frail nursing home residents. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, May 31- June 4, 2011. 33. Colado, J.C., M. Pellicer, X. Garcia-Masso, L.M. Gonzalez, J. Madera, M.E. Rogers. Use of different resistance training devices and its effects in the fitness of postmenopausal women. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, May 31-June 4, 2011. 34. Rogers, M.E., N. Takeshima, D. Koizumi, T. Yamada, and N.L. Rogers. Effects of First Step to Active Health program in older adults: class-based vs.

home-based exercise. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, May 27-30, 2009.

35. Yamada, T, D. Koizumi, S. Lee, N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, and M.E. Rogers. Functional fitness differences in older adults with and without extended care in Japan. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, May 27-30, 2009. 36. Hikosaka, A., T. Yamada, M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima Differences in functional fitness and fear of falling among older Japanese women. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, May 27-30, 2009. 37. Koizumi, D., S. Lee, T. Yamada, N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, and M.E. Rogers. Functional fitness differences in Japanese older women who walk 10,000 at different intensities.

American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, May 27-30, 2009.

38. Park, EY, N.L. Rogers, M.E. Rogers, and J.H. Lee. Effects of intraarticular injection and therapeutic exercise in patients with idiopathic adhesive capsulitis. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, May 27-30, 2009. 39. Rogers, M.E., and M.G. Ory. Effective tools for the screening and prescription of exercise for the older adult. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 28-31, 2008. (Tutorial Lecture) 40. Yamada, T., D. Koizumi, S. Lee, N. Takeshima, N.L. Rogers, and M.E. Rogers. Development of a functional fitness index score in older Japanese women.

American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 28-31, 2008.

41. Rogers, N.L., C.R. Ahlers-Schmidt, N. Takeshima, and M.E. Rogers. Preliminary results from an internet delivered work-based physical activity program. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 28-31, 2008. 42. Koizumi, D., S. Lee, T. Yamada, N. Takeshima, and M.E. Rogers. Reliability of fat-free mass and body mass by bioelectrical impedance analysis in older Japanese women. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 28-31, 2008. 43. Lee, S., M. Kusunoki, M. Watanabe, T. Yamada, D. Koizumi, R. Hasegawa, N. Takeshima, and M.E.

Rogers. Low back flexion and extension peak power as predictors of frailty in older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 28-31, 2008. 44. Narita, M., D. Koizumi. S. Lee, T. Yamada, M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Association between static and dynamic balance with age in Japanese older women. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 28-31, 2008.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 33 45. Rogers, N.L., N. Takeshima, D. Koizumi, M.E. Rogers, C.R. Ahlers-Schmidt, and R.Zackula. Accelerometry-determined physical activity and functional fitness in older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, May 30-June 2, 2007. 46. Sanders, M.E., N.L. Constantino, J.J. Hsieh, and M.E. Rogers. Water-based exercise: Transfer of benefits to land for older women in the USA and Japan. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, May 30-June 2, 2007.

47. Resnik, B., M. Ory, M.E.

Rogers, and P. Page. The EASY: A new tool to facilitate exercise screening and prescribing. American Medical Director’s Association 30th Annual Symposium, Hollywood, FL, April 1, 2007. 48. Rogers, M.E., and P. Page. Hip School: A scientifically-based exercise program for hip osteoarthritis. American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, Boston, MA, February 14-17, 2007. 49. Rogers, M.E. Evidence-based exercise prescription for people ages 50+. Alaska ACSM Regional Chapter Meeting, Sitka, AK, July 19-22, 2006. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 50. Rogers, M.E. Strength and balance training for people ages 50+.

Alaska ACSM Regional Chapter Meeting, Sitka, AK, July 19-22, 2006. (Invited Lecture) 51. Lee, S., Y. Takeda, M.M. Islam, R. Ueda, D. Koizumi, M. Kusunoki, N. Takeshima and M.E. Rogers. Reliability of hydraulic resistance exercise testing in older adults with and without health conditions. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, May 31-June 3, 2006. 52. Islam, M.M., S. Lee, N. Takeshima, and M.E. Rogers. Improvement of balance after 12-wk of well- rounded exercises in older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, May 31-June 3, 2006.

53. Hasegawa, R., M.M. Islam, D. Koizumi, N. Tomiyama, M. Furusawa, M.E. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. What duration of resistance training is needed to improve muscular performance in older adults? American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, May 31-June 3, 2006. 54. VanRavenhorst-Bell, H.A., M.E. Rogers, and J.A. Patterson. Effects of circuit weight training on fitness in college-aged women. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, May 31-June 3, 2006. 55. Rogers, N.L., M.E. Rogers, and P. Page. Quantification of a sensorimotor training progression: A pilot study.

American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, San Diego, CA, February 4-8, 2006.

56. Rogers, M.E. Physical activity for older adults. White House Conference on Aging, Washington, DC, December 11, 2005. (Invited workshop) 57. Page, P., and M.E. Rogers. First Step to Active Health: Physical activity programming for older adults. Medical Fitness Association Annual Conference, Orlando, FL, November 30-December 3, 2005. (Invited Lecture) 58. Champley, J., A. DiLollo, R. Ellsworth, M.E. Rogers, J. Scherz, and K. Strattman. Reading materials and strategies used by typical older adults. American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, San Diego, CA, November 18-20, 2005.

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Rogers, M.E. First Step to Active Health: An evidence-based physical activity program for older adults (Roundtable discussion). Meals on Wheels Association of America, Richmond, VA, September 3, 2005. 60. Rogers, M.E., and P. Page. First Step to Active Health: Physical activity for older adults (3-hour educational session). American Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference and Exposition, Boston, MA, June 8-11, 2005. 61. Takeshima, N., M.M. Islam, D. Koizumi, E. Nasu, S. Lee, and M.E. Rogers. Effects of combined balance and resistance exercises on fall incidence in frail older adults.

American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, June 1-4, 2005.

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64. Rogers, M.E., and P.

Page. Programming for older adults: First Step to Active Health. American College of Sports Medicine Health and Fitness Summit, Las Vegas, NV, March 29-April 1, 2005. (Invited Lecture) 65. Rogers, M.E., and P. Page. Standing Strong: A strength and balance program for fall prevention. 2005 Joint Conference of the American Society on Aging and The National Council on the Aging, Philadelphia, PA, March 10-13, 2005. 66. Rogers, M.E. Effective physical activity tools and equipment. Part of preconference wokshop: Promoting physical activity for older adults in local community settings. Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC, November 19, 2004.

67. Rogers, M.E., and P. Page. Standing Strong: A program designed to improve strength and balance in older adults. American Physical Therapy Association Annual Conference and Exposition, Chicago, IL, June 30- July 3, 2004. 68. Rogers, M.E. Benefits of physical activity for older adults. Congressional Fitness Caucus and the President's Council, Washington, DC, June 16, 2004 (Invited Lecture and Demonstration) 69. Rogers, M.E., P. Page, C. Himes, and J.O. Judge. Symposium: The Active Aging Toolkit for Healthcare Providers: A follow-up. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, June 2-5, 2004.

70. Rogers, N.L., M.E. Rogers, and A. Chaparro. Age-related attentional demands of postural stability. American Geriatrics Society Annual Scientific Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, May 17-21, 2004. 71. Rogers, M.E. An effective and safe balance training program for older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Health and Fitness Summit, Orlando, FL, April 14-17, 2004. (Invited Lecture and Workshop) 72. Rogers, M.E., and P. Page. A scientifically-based exercise program for older adults: First Steps to Active Health. 2004 Joint Conference of the American Society on Aging and The National Council on the Aging, San Francisco, CA, April 14-17, 2004.

73. Page, P., and M.E. Rogers. The Active Aging Toolkit for Physical Therapists. American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting, Nashville, TN, February 4-8, 2004. 74. Champley, J., J. Scherz, N.L. Rogers, and M.E. Rogers. Effects of cognitive load on voice parameters in older adults. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Conference, Chicago, IL, November 13-15, 2003. 75. Rogers, M.E. Dispelling the myth: People with arthritis can engage in physical activity. The Second Wellness Conference on Arthritis and a Physically Active Lifestyle, Des Moines, IA, June 21, 2003.

(Invited Keynote Lecture) 76. Rogers, M.E., D. Rose, C.J. Jones, and P.R. Trueblood. Symposium: Balance training for older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 28-31, 2003. 77. Chodzko-Zajko, W.J., M.E. Rogers, B. Topp, and J. Rimmer. Symposium: Addressing The National Blueprint: a toolkit for practitioners. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 28-31, 2003.

78. Rogers, M.E. Balance training exercises for older adults for the Special Interest Group on Aging. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 28-31, 2003. (Invited Tutorial Workshop) 79. Rogers, N.L., and M.E. Rogers. Use of a balance and mobility course to assess a balance intervention program. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 28-31, 2003.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 35 80. Takeshima, N., M. M. Islam, E. Nasu, and M.E. Rogers. Functional fitness improvements in two different elastic band-based exercise programs in older adults.

American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 28-31, 2003. 81. Islam, M.M., T. Yamauchi, N. Takeshima, M.E. Rogers, and N.L. Rogers. Improvement of static and dynamic balance after 12-wk of balance training in Japanese older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 28-31, 2003.

82. Yamauchi, T., Y. Wang, M.M. Islam, S. Lee, D. Koizumi, M.E. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Effects of Tai-chi chuan on functional fitness in older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 28-31, 2003. 83. Lee, S., Y. Wang, D. Koizumi, M. M. Islam, N. Takeshima, and M.E. Rogers. Effects of Tai-Chi versus band-resistance exercise on muscle strength endurance in older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 28-31, 2003. 84. Rogers, M.E., Bohlken, R.M., S.B. Hammer, M.W. Beets, and L.R. Sporleder. Effects of creatine and ginseng/astragalus botanical extracts on strength in resistance-training older adults.

American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 28-31, 2003.

85. Hammer, S.B., M.E. Rogers, R.M. Bohlken, M.W. Beets, and L.R. Sporleder. Effects of ginseng/astragalus botanical extracts and creatine on cholesterol levels in resistance-training older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 28-31, 2003. 86. Beets, M.W., K.H. Pitetti, M.E. Rogers. Self-reported physical activity levels of 12th grade students in a mid-sized metropolitan city. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 28-31, 2003.

87. Hammer, B., S.B. Hammer, M. Keller, and M.E. Rogers. Eye movement desensitization and reproscessing to treat athletes with exercise induced panic: a case study.

American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 28-31, 2003. 88. Rogers, N.L., A. Chaparro, and M.E. Rogers. Effect of an attention demanding visual task on postural control in young and old adults. Vision Sciences Society Conference, Sarasota, FL, May 9-14, 2003. 89. Rogers, M.E., and R.M. Bohlken. Physical activity to improve balance and prevent falls in older adults. National Council on Aging – American Society on Aging Joint Conference, Chicago, IL, March 13-16, 2003.

90. Rogers, M.E., and R.M. Bohlken. Bands, balls, and balance for older adults. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA. January 12, 2003. (Invited Tutorial Workshop) 91. Bohlken, R.M. and M.E. Rogers. Therarobics for older adults. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA. January 13, 2003. (Invited Tutorial Workshop) 92. Rogers, M.E., J.D.F. Shores, and N.L Rogers. Use of foam balance pads to improve limits of stability in community dwelling-older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, May 29-June 1, 2002.

93. Rogers, N.L., A. Chaparro, M.E.

Rogers, and K. Tabor. Attentional demands of balance in older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, May 29-June 1, 2002. 94. Rogers, M.E., J.D.F. Shores, and N.L Rogers. Effects of exercise ball training on balance in older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, May 29-June 1, 2002. 95. Bohlken, R.M., M.E. Rogers, J.D.F. Shores, N.L Rogers, and L.R. Sporleder. Effects of a community- based intervention using elastic bands on strength in older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, May 29-June 1, 2002.

96. Hammer, S.B., B.S. Hammer, A. Biggs, M.E. Rogers, R.M. Bohlken, and K.H. Pitetti. Relationship between spinal curvature and respiratory function in developmentally disabled children. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, May 29-June 1, 2002.

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98. Takeshima, N., M.M. Islam, M.E. Rogers, M. Narita, Y. Yamada, and A. Okada. Physiological benefits of hydraulic resistance machines versus elastic band exercises in older Japanese adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, May 29-June 1, 2002.

99. Islam, M., N. Takeshima, M.E. Rogers, E. Watanabe, and A. Okada. Daily physical activity intensities of older adults in supervised and unsupervised exercise programs. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, May 29-June 1, 2002. 100. Yamauchi T., M.M. Islam, M.E. Rogers, E. Watanabe, and N. Takeshima. Efficacy of home-based well-rounded exercises in community-dwelling older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, May 29-June 1, 2002. 101. Koizumi, D., M.M. Islam, T. Ikeda, T. Yamada, N. Takeshima, and M.E. Rogers. The relationship between fitness and accelerometry-assessed physical activity in the older adult.

American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, May 29-June 1, 2002.

102. Wang, Y., D. Koizumi, M.M. Islam, T. Yamauchi, D. Ro, N. Takeshima, and M.E. Rogers. Use of 30-s chair-stand test in measuring lower body strength in Japanese adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, May 29-June 1, 2002. 103. Rogers, M.E., M. Brown, P.G. MacRae, M.E. Cress, and M.J. O'Grady. Symposium: Physical activity for the old and very old. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, May 29-June 1, 2002. 104. Rogers, M.E. Physical activity programming for older adults in community and long-term care settings. American College of Sports Medicine Health and Fitness Summit, Orlando, FL, April 10-13, 2002.

(Invited Lecture) 105. Rogers, M.E., and R.M. Bohlken. Physical activity to improve balance and prevent falls in older adults. National Council on Aging – American Society on Aging Joint Conference, Denver, CO, April 4-7, 2002. 106. Manske, R.C., B.S. Smith, M.E. Rogers, and F.B. Wyatt. Closed kinetic chain isokinetic testing: relationship to functional testing. American Physical Therapy Association Combined Section Meeting, Boston, MA. February 20-24, 2002.

107. Rogers, M.E., N.L Rogers, A. Chaparro, and L. Stumpfhauser. Effects of balance-specific training on postural stability in older adults aged 79-90. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 30-June 2, 2001. 108. Rogers, N.L., M.E. Rogers, B. Chaparro, and L. Stumpfhauser. Effects of obstacle course training on dynamic balance and mobility in older adults aged 79-90 years. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 30-June 2, 2001. 109. Sharp, D.L., M.E. Rogers, and K.H. Pitetti. Feasibility of a physical activity program at a sheltered workshop for adults with multiple disabilities.

American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 30-June 2, 2001.

110. Takeshima, N., M.E. Rogers, A. Okada, and E. Watanabe. Blood pressure response during resistance training of different intensities. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 30-June 2, 2001. 111. Islam, M.M., D. Ro, T. Ikeda, T. Yamada, M.E. Rogers, A. Okada, J. Hayano, and N. Takeshima. The effects of well-rounded exercise training on elderly Japanese patients with grade 1 or grade 2 hypertension. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 30-June 2, 2001. 112. Yamada. T., M.E. Rogers, E. Watanabe, M.M. Islam, T. Ikeda, A. Okada, and N.

Takeshima. The effects of water-based well-rounded exercise on vital age in older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May 30-June 2, 2001.

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Rogers, M.E., B.S. Chaparro, and L. Stumpfhauser. Assessing functional fitness among older adults with the web-based Health and Lifestyle Review. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 30-June 3, 2000. 116. Rogers, N.L., M.E. Rogers, B.S. Chaparro, and L. Stumpfhauser. Activities-specific balance confidence and functional ability in older adults aged 77-100 years. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 30-June 3, 2000. 117. Shores, J.D.F., M.E. Rogers, B.S. Chaparro, and L. Stumpfhauser. Functional fitness of the oldest-old assessed by the Health and Lifestyle Review.

American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 30-June 3, 2000.

118. Sherwood, H.S., M.E. Rogers, J.D.F. Shores, R.M. Bohlken, and N.L. Rogers. Effects of dumbbell and resistance-band training on functional ability in older African-American women. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 30-June 3, 2000. 119. Dirksen, D.E., M.E. Rogers, N.L. Rogers, M. Bohan, S.D. Choi, and J.E. Fernandez. Upper extremity joint mobility in physically active older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, May 30-June 3, 2000.

120. Rogers, M.E., B.S. Chaparro, and L. Stumpfhauser. Measures of functional fitness and fear of falling in individuals 76-99 years of age.

American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, June 2-5, 1999. 121. Wyatt, F.B., D. Thompson, R.M. Bohlken, B.C. Kirby, and M.E. Rogers. Characteristics of elite female cyclists: a meta-analysis. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, June 2-5, 1999. 122. Rogers, M.E., L.M. Artale, and P.W.R. Lemon. Resistance training improves dynamic knee extension strength at four velocities in active women, age 63-77. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, June 2-6, 1998.

123. Artale L.M., M.E. Rogers, and P.W.R. Lemon. Effects of weight training on isokinetic knee flexion peak torque in older women. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, June 2-6, 1998. 124. Rogers, M.E., D.D. Sheriff, W.M. Isdahl, and P.M. Werchan. Hindlimb muscle burst activity may protect the rat from unconsciousness during +Gz exposures. Aerospace Medicine Association 69th Annual Scientific Meeting, Seattle, WA, May 17-21, 1998. 125. Sheriff, D.D., M.E. Rogers, W.M. Isdahl, and P.M. Werchan. Brief exposure to -Gz reduces arterial pressure early during subsequent exposure to +Gz: A rodent model of the “push-pull” effect.

Aerospace Medicine Association 69th Annual Scientific Meeting, Seattle, WA, May 17-21, 1998.

126. Werchan, P.M., R.M. Echon, M.E. Rogers, D.D. Sheriff, and W.B. Stavinoha. Caffeine enhances 40 Hz EEG oscillations during +Gz exposures in rats. Aerospace Medicine Association 69th Annual Scientific Meeting, Seattle, WA, May 17-21, 1998. 127. Echon, R.M., P.M. Werchan, D.D. Sheriff, M.E. Rogers, and M.S. Caspers. Cortical EEG power spectral analysis and 40 Hz oscillations: A reliable index for gravitational loss of consciousness (G-LOC). Aerospace Medicine Association 69th Annual Scientific Meeting, Seattle, WA, May 17-21, 1998.

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Rogers, M.E., L.M. Artale, T.N. Ziegenfuss, R. Ross, and P.W.R. Lemon. Muscle hypertrophy in active women, age 63-77, after four and eight weeks of resistance training. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, May 28-June 1, 1997. 129. Ziegenfuss, T.N., P.W.R. Lemon, M.E. Rogers, R.Ross, and K.E. Yarasheski. Acute creatine ingestion: effects on muscle volume, anaerobic power, fluid volumes, and protein turnover. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, May 28-June 1, 1997.

130. Rogers, M.E., R.N. Cortright, W.E. Sinning, and P.W.R. Lemon. Estimating body composition with bioimpedance in male and female rats across the life span. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, May 31-June 3, 1995. 131. Lemon, P.W.R., M. Boska, D.L. Bredle, M.E. Rogers, T.N. Ziegenfuss, and B.R. Newcomer. Effect of oral creatine supplementation on energetics during repeated maximal muscle contraction. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, May 31-June 3, 1995.

Regional/State Presentations/Audiences 1. Hawkins, W.C., J.A.

Patterson, and M.E. Rogers. Effect of whole body vibration exercise on muscle activity when using elastic resistance bands. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Columbia, MO, October 18-19, 2012. 2. Simmons, C.K., M.E. Rogers, J.A. Patterson, and W.C. Hawkins. Effects of topical menthol gel on blood lactate after 30-second high-intensity anaerobic exercise. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 20-21, 2011.

3. Hawkins, W.C., M.E. Rogers, J.A. Patterson, and C.K. Simmons. Effect of topical menthol gel on power output during 30-second high-intensity anaerobic exercise. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 20-21, 2011. 4. Falling Less in Kansas (Falling LinKS) Research Team*. Falling Less in Kansas: Preventing Falls in Rural Older Adults. 68th Annual Kansas Public Health Association Conference, Wichita, KS, September 21-22, 2011. 5. Rogers, M.E.. Historical perspectives of fall prevention programs. Kansas Physical Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Wichita, KS, April 9, 2011.

6. Rogers, M.E., and N. L. Rogers. Physical activity to reduce falls. Kansas Physical Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Wichita, KS, April 9, 2011. 7. Rogers, M.E., and C. Bahner. The Falling LinKS Toolkit. Kansas Physical Therapy Association Annual Meeting, Wichita, KS, April 9, 2011. 8. Rogers, M.E.. Falls Prevention from an international, national and state perspective. Louisiana Falls Prevention Summit, Lafayette, LA, June 15-16, 2009. (Invited Keynote Lecture) 9. Rogers, M.E.. Standing Strong: Implementing falls prevention. Louisiana Falls Prevention Summit, Lafayette, LA, June 15-16, 2009.

(Invited Workshop) 10. Rogers, M.E.. Standing Strong: Reducing fall-risk in older adults. Distinguished Lecture Series, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO, March 4, 2009. (Invited Lecture) 11. Rogers, M.E. Effective exercise programs for older adults. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 16-17, 2008. (Invited Lecture) 12. Rogers, N.L., C.R. Schmidt, M.E. Rogers, P. Page, and T.A. Ast. First Step to Active Health at Work. Wichita Wellness Coalition – Working Well, Wichita, KS, August 29, 2006. 13. Rogers, M.E.

Physician prescription of physical activity for older adults. 14th Annual Research Forum of the University of Kansas School and Medicine – Wichita, Wichita, KS, April 1, 2006.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 39 14. Rogers, M.E. Practical activities for older adults. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 20-21, 2005. (Invited Lecture) 15. VanRavenhorst-Bell, H.A., M.E. Rogers, and J.A. Patterson. Effects of circuit weight training on fitness in college-aged women. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 20-21, 2005. 16. Page, P., J. Krieg, N.L. Rogers, M.E. Rogers, and G. Pariser. A pilot study to examine the effects of a textured exercise surface on postural stability.

Louisiana Physical Therapy Association, New Orleans, LA, September 10-12, 2004.

17. Rogers, M.E., K.H. Pitetti, and M.W. Beets. A comparison of the cardiovascular fitness and BMI of Midwestern youth to national and international counterparts. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 10-11, 2003. (Invited Lecture) 18. Rogers, M.E. Balance and aging. Kansas Speech-Language-Hearing Convention, Wichita, KS, October 3, 2003. (Invited Lecture) 19. Rogers, M.E. Gait and balance in older adults. 1st Annual Tri-Coalition Issues in Aging for the Health Care Professional, Wichita, KS, February 22, 2003. (Invited Lecture) 20.

Rogers, M.E. Balance training for older adults. InterHab Conference for Direct Care Staff II, Lawrence, KS, November 13, 2002. (Invited Lecture and Tutorial Workshop) 21. Rogers, M.E. Perspectives on international research. Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Annual Convention: International Breakfast Keynote Address, Wichita, KS, November 1-2, 2002. (Invited Lecture) 22. Rogers, M.E. Safe and effective physical training for older adults. Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Annual Convention, Wichita, KS, November 1-2, 2002.

23. Rogers, M.E. Benefits of strength training and alternative approaches for older adults. Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Annual Convention, Wichita, KS, November 1-2, 2002.

24. Bohlken, R.M., M.E. Rogers, and L. Sporleder. Using elastic bands for strength training. Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Annual Convention, Wichita, KS, November 1-2, 2002. 25. Bohlken, R.M., and M.E. Rogers. Balance training for older adults. InterHab Conference for Direct Care Staff II, Lawrence, KS, July 27, 2002. (Invited Lecture and Tutorial Workshop) 26. Rogers, M.E. Physical activity to improve balance and prevent falls in older adults. Conference on Innovative Approaches to Managing Pain and Disability, Topeka, KS, May 22, 2002. (Invited Lecture) 27.

Rogers, M.E., and R.M. Bohlken. How to improve balance and prevent falls in older adults. Governor's Conference on Aging Services, Topeka, KS, May 1-2, 2002.

28. Rogers, M.E. A blueprint for increasing physical activity. Kansas Nutrition Council Annual Conference, Manhattan, KS, February 21, 2002. (Invited Lecture) 29. Rogers, M.E., and R.M. Bohlken. How to involve older adults in recreational activities. Kansas Recreation and Park Association Annual Conference and Trade Show, Wichita, KS, January 27-30, 2002. 30. Rogers, M.E., and R.M. Bohlken. Balance Basics: The mechanisms that control balance and how balance- specific activities can improve physical performance. Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Annual Convention, Topeka, KS, October 26-27, 2001.

31. Bohlken, R.M., L. Sporleder, and M.E. Rogers. A Balance Feat. Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Annual Convention, Topeka, KS, October 26-27, 2001. 32. Hammer, S.B, B.S. Hammer, A. Biggs, M.E. Rogers, R.M. Bohlken, and KH. Pitetti. Spinal curvature may affect respiratory function and physical performance in children. Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Annual Convention, Topeka, KS, October 26-27, 2001.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 40 33. Sharp, D.L., K.H. Pitetti, S. Abendroth, M.E. Rogers, and R.M. Bohlken. Implementation of a physical education program for adolescents with developmental disabilities. Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Annual Convention, Topeka, KS, October 26-27, 2001. 34. Hammer, S.B., F. Tsen, B.S. Hammer, M.E. Rogers, and R.M. Bohlken. A cycle ergometer ramp protocol to predict VO2max. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 20-21, 2001.

35. Sharp, D.L., M.E.

Rogers, K.H. Pitetti, R.M. Bohlken, and S. Abendroth. An exercise intervention program for adolescents with developmental disabilities. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 20-21, 2001. 36. Rogers, M.E. Physical activity can improve balance and reduce the risk of falling in older women. Kansas Family Planning Conference, Wichita, KS, June 7, 2001. (Invited Lecture and Tutorial Workshop) 37. Rogers, M.E. Weight training for females: barriers and benefits. Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Annual Convention, Emporia, KS, November 3-4, 2000.

38. Rogers, M.E. Balance and fall prevention in older adults. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 20, 2000. (Invited Lecture) 39. Rogers, N.L., M.E. Rogers, B.S. Chaparro, and L. Stumpfhauser. Fear of falling and functional ability in older adults aged 77-100 years. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 20-21, 2000.

40. Shores, J.D.F., M.E. Rogers, B.S. Chaparro, and L. Stumpfhauser. Use of an internet-based assessment to determine functional fitness in the oldest-old. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 20-21, 2000. 41. Sharp, D.L, M.E. Rogers, and K.H. Pitetti. Feasibility of a physical activity program at a sheltered workshop for adults with multiple disabilities. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 20-21, 2000.

42. Kirby, B.C., M.E. Rogers, and M.B. Crabtree. Effects of weight-bearing exercise on bone density in lactating women.

Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 20-21, 2000. 43. Rogers, M.E. Strength training for older women. Family Health Conference: Collaboration in a Changing World, Wichita, KS, April 27, 2000. (Invited Lecture and Tutorial Workshop) 44. Rogers, M.E. Balance and falls in older adults. Women's Health Conference: Putting prevention into practice, Kansas Women's Health Initiative, Topeka, KS, April 25, 2000. (Invited Lecture and Tutorial Workshop) 45. Rogers, M.E. The years may go but muscle and bone can stay. State of Kansas Caseworkers: Managing Wellness as a Lifestyle Workshop, Wichita, KS, November 5, 1999.

(Invited Lecture) 46. Rogers, M.E. Strength training for women: weaker no longer. Kansas/IIMC City Clerks and Municipal Finance Officers Certification Institute Conference, Wichita, KS, November 2, 1999. (Invited Lecture) 47. Shores, J.D., R.M. Bohlken, J.E. Fernandez, and M.E. Rogers. Effect of a 10-week balance training program on functional reach in older adults aged 61-77. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 22-23, 1999.

48. Dirksen, D.E., M. Bohan, S.D. Choi, A.L. Roberson, N.L. Rogers, J.E. Fernandez, and M.E. Rogers. Shoulder range of motion of 65-79 year old adults. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 22-23, 1999. 49. McCarthy S.C., F.B. Wyatt, and M.E. Rogers. Stage of exercise change model and attitudes toward exercise in older adults. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 22-23, 1999.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 41 50.

Sherwood, H.S., R.M. Bohlken, J.D. Shores, Y.P. Liu, D.E. Dirksen, A.L. Roberson, N.L. Rogers, and M.E. Rogers. Effects of Vitaband and dumbbell resistance training on functional ability in older African- American women aged 62-94 years. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 22-23, 1999. 51. Banks, B.E., K.D. Beard, and M.E. Rogers. Functional fitness levels of Air Force senior fitness program participants compared to normative scores. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 22-23, 1999.

52. Ponte, J., F.B. Wyatt, and M.E. Rogers. Response to daily living, functional living, and pain following a cancer wellness program. Central States Chapter / American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO, October 22-23, 1999. 53. Rogers, M.E. Strength training for women: weaker no longer. Conference on Women’s Health: Putting Prevention into Practice, Kansas Women's Health Initiative, Wichita, KS, April 12, 1999. (Invited Lecture) 54. Rogers, M.E. Strength and aging. Department of Health and Physical Education, Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, July 7, 1998. (Invited Lecture) 55.

Rogers, M.E. When gravity fails you before old age says you’re through. Department of Health and Human Performance, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, April 15, 1998. (Invited Lecture) 56. Rogers, M.E. When gravity fails you before old age says you’re through. Department of Biological and Exercise Sciences, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, IL, April 6, 1998. (Invited Lecture) 57. Rogers, M.E. Gravity, strength, and aging. Department of Sports Science, Cabrini College, Radnor, PA, April 2, 1998 (Invited Lecture) 58. Rogers, M.E. Gravity, strength, and aging. Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA, March 30, 1998.

(Invited Lecture) 59. Rogers, M.E. Strength and aging. Department of Exercise Science and Sport, University of Scranton, Scranton, PA , March 24, 1998. (Invited Lecture) 60. Rogers, M.E. Respiratory physiology: Implications for exercise. Department of Health and Exercise Sciences, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA, February 25, 1998. (Invited Lecture) 61. Rogers, M.E. Effects of resistance training in physically active elderly women. Department of Kinesiology, The University of Texas, Austin, TX, December 5, 1996. (Invited Lecture) 62. Ziegenfuss, T.N., M.E. Rogers, and P.W.R. Lemon. Using magnetic resonance imaging to assess the effects of creatine supplementation on muscle volume.

Annual Kent State University Research Symposium, Kent State University, Kent, OH, May 9, 1996.

63. Rogers, M.E. Research: an opportunity for the future. Mount Union College, April 5, 1996. (Invited Lecture) 64. Rogers, M.E. Alternative procedures for the assessment of body composition in rats. “East Meets West” Research Symposium, Kent State University, Kent, OH, October 3, 1995. (Invited Lecture) 65. Rogers, M.E. Professional ethics in academia: cheating, plagiarism, and harassment. Orienting New Teaching Assistants Program, Kent State University, August 24, 1995. (Invited Lecture) Local Presentation/Audiences 1. Rogers, M.E. Effective exercise interventions for active aging. Positive Aging: Protect your health, wealth and self, Wichita, KS, June 17, 2014.

(Invited Lecture) 2. Rogers, M.E. Falling Less in Kansas: Preventing falls in Reno County. Older Kansans Information and Referral Service Association Bi-Annual Retreat, Hutchinson, KS, April 23, 2013. (Invited Lecture)

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 42 3. Falling Less in Kansas (Falling LinKS) Research Team*. Falling Less in Kansas: Preventing falls in older adults. Envision, Wichita, KS, March 9, 2013. (Invited Lecture) 4. Rogers, M.E. Falling Less in Kansas: Preventing falls in Reno County. Reno County Department on Aging, Hutchinson, KS, March 7, 2013. (Invited Lecture) 5. Rogers, M.E. Effective exercise interventions for active aging. Positive Aging: Protect your health, wealth and self, Wichita, KS, June 19, 2012. (Invited Lecture) 6. Rogers, M.E. Falling Less in Kansas: Preventing falls in rural older adults.

Positive Aging: Protect your health, wealth and self, Wichita, KS, June 19, 2012. (Invited Lecture) 7. Hawkins, W.C., B. Swart, R. Amick, J.A. Patterson, and M.E. Rogers. Effect of whole body vibration exercise on muscle activity when using elastic resistance bands. Graduate Research and Scholarly Projects Symposium, Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, April 18, 2012. 8. Rogers, M.E. Effective exercise interventions for active aging. Positive Aging: Protect your health, wealth and self, Wichita, KS, June 21, 2011. (Invited Lecture) 9. Rogers, M.E. Standing Strong: How to improve strength and balance to reduce falls.

AARP Wichita Chapter, Wichita, KS, December 12, 2007. (Invited Lecture) 10. Rogers, M.E., N.L. Rogers, and N. Takeshima. Balance training in community-dwelling older adults. WSU Regional Institute on Aging Public Launch, Wichita State University, April 4, 2007. 11. Rogers, M.E. Fall prevention and balance. Calvary United Methodist Church Senior Health Fair, Wichita, KS, March 1, 2007. (Invited Lecture) 12. Rogers, M.E. Daily physical activity and weight control: Tipping the scales in your favor. Cosmopolitan Club, Wichita, KS, October 12, 2006. (Invited Lecture) 13. Rogers, M.E. Implementing a physical activity counseling program for older adults in family practice.

Wesley Family Medicine Research Lecture Series, Wichita, KS, September 11, 2006. (Keynote Lecture) 14. Van Ravenhorst-Bell, M.E. Rogers, J.P. Patterson. Effects of circuit weight training on fitness. Graduate Research and Scholarly Projects Symposium, Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, April 22. 2005. 15. Rogers, M.E. Exercise prescription in medical settings. Family Medicine Spring Symposium, Wichita, KS, April 15. 2005.

16. Rogers, M.E. Ageism: The roots of prejudices, stereotypes, and discriminatory practices in society. Masons’ High Twelve Club, Wichita, KS, July 12, 2004. (Invited Lecture) 17. Rogers, M.E. Balance and fall prevention in the community. Kidron Bethel Village, Newton, KS, February 28, 2002. (Invited Lecture) 18. Rogers, M.E. Benefits of strength training for older adults. Park West Plaza, Wichita, KS, May 8, 2001. (Invited Lecture) 19. Rogers, M.E. Balance and fall prevention in the Hesston community. Hesston Wellness Center, Hesston, KS, November 15, 2000. (Invited Lecture) 20. Rogers, M.E.

Ergonomics, fitness, and aging. Ergonomics Workshop: A Dialogue with Industry, Wichita, KS, May 25, 2000. (Invited Lecture) 21. Rogers, M.E. Assessing functional fitness in older adults. Hesston Senior Center, Hesston, KS, May 22, 2000. (Invited Lecture) 22. Rogers, M.E. Assessing functional fitness in mentally retarded adults. Arrowhead West, Wichita, KS, May 9, 2000. (Invited Lecture) 23. Rogers, M.E. Assessing functional fitness in older adults. Hesston Wellness Center, Hesston, KS, April 10, 2000. (Invited Lecture) 24. Rogers, M.E. Promoting physical activity among older adults. Soup With Substance Speaker Series, Wichita State University, February 16, 2000.

(Invited Lecture) 25. Rogers, M.E. Strength training for women: weaker no longer. Town and Country Racquet Club, Great Bend, KS, October 15, 1999. (Invited Lecture)

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 43 26. Rogers, M.E. Benefits of exercise for older adults. Town and Country Racquet Club, Great Bend, KS, October 15, 1999. (Invited Lecture) 27. Rogers, M.E. The effects of a 10-week exercise intervention program. Rehabilitation Research Colloquium, Wichita State University, April 26, 1999. (Invited Lecture) 28. Rogers, M.E. Physical activity and aging. Sedgwick County Department of Aging, Wichita, KS, April 7, 1999. (Invited Lecture) 29. Rogers, M.E. The strength to live: the importance of muscular strength during the aging process. Psychology Department, Wichita State University, November 17, 1998.

(Invited Lecture) COURSES TAUGHT Undergraduate HPS 490 Exercise Physiology (each spring and fall semester) Exercise Physiology Laboratory (each spring and fall semester) HPS 557 Internship in Fitness/Wellness (each semester 1999-2004) HPS 481 Cooperative Education in Exercise Science (each semester) HPS 590 Independent Study in Exercise Science (each semester) Graduate HPS 780 Physical Dimensions of Aging (each spring semester 1999-2007) HPS 781 Cooperative Education Internship (each semester) HPS 790 Applied Exercise Physiology (each fall semester 1999-2007) HPS 800 Recent Literature in the Profession (each fall semester 1999-2007) HPS 815 Advanced Fitness and Exercise Recommendations (each spring semester 2001-2007) HPS 857 Internship in Exercise Science (each semester) HPS 875 Thesis Research (each semester) HPS 876 Thesis (each semester) HPS 890 Special Topics in Human Performance Studies (each semester) HPS 895 Applied Research (each semester) COURSES DEVELOPED HPS 750E Fitness Instruction of Older Adults HPS 750N ACSM Health Fitness Specialist HPS 780 Physical Dimensions of Aging HPS 800 Recent Literature in the Profession HPS 815 Advanced Fitness and Exercise Recommendations HPS 895 Applied Research PSY 508U Readings in Functional Aging (developed with A.

Chaparro)

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 44 THESIS, DISSERTATION, FINAL PROJECT COMMITTEES CHAIRED OR SERVED 1. Ryan Lofland. Gymnastics: Relationships between diet, travel, and experience. Master Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2014. Committee Chair. 2. Jonathan Smeeton. Consistency of measurement for FitnessgramTM skilfold and trunk lift assessments. Master Thesis, Department of Counseling, Educational Leadership, Educational and School Psychology, 2014. Committee Member. 3. Kaitlyn Patterson. Relationship between total protein intake and essential amino acid threshold frequency on measures of muscle mass and function in adults between 50-80 years of age.

Master Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2014. Committee Member.

4. Danielle Stern. A comparison study: Balance error scoring system using real-time and slow-motion video playback. Master Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2014. Committee Member. 5. Kaitlyn Patterson. Relationship between quality protein intake and daily distribution on skeletal muscle in older active adults. Committee Member. 6. Linda Watson. The relationship between internet use, health status, and health literacy among older adults. Master Thesis, Department of Public Health Sciences, 2013. Committee Member.

7. Travis Roubillard. Calculation of caloric expenditure for elastic resistance training in upper and lower body exercise.

Master Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2013. Committee Member. 8. Beth Epps. Effects of exercise on balance in Parkinson’s patients. Master Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2013. Committee Chair. 9. Bobby Berry. Effect of Thorotread treadmill on balance and strength in older adults. Master’s Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2013. Committee Member.

10. Danielle Stern. Effect of Thorotread treadmill on walking mechanics. Master’s Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2013. Committee Member. 11. Carina Staab. Effectiveness of a mobile device application to assess balance in high school athletes. Master’s Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2013. Committee Member. 12. Devin Roberts. Physiological profile of cheerleaders. Master’s Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2013. Committee Member. 13. Samuel Ofei-Dodoo. The impact of active lifestyle on functional fitness level of older women. Master Thesis, Department of Public Health Sciences, 2012.

Committee Member.

14. Will Hawkins. Effect of whole body vibration exercise on muscle activity when using elastic resistance bands in younger and older adults. Master Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2012. Committee Chair. 15. Jennifer Gurnsey, Using acceleromters to increase the intensity of physical activity of older women. Master Thesis, Department of Public Health Sciences, 2012. Committee Member. 16. Peter Rohlender. The use of accelerometers in Smartphones as a reliable device to measure human balance. Master’s Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2012. Committee Member. 17.

Amanda Day. Assessment of energy expenditure using Wii Fit. Master Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2012. Committee Member.

18. Cori Sullard. An assessment of body composition, balance, and muscular strength and endurance in breast cancer survivors. Master’s Thesis, Human Performance Studies, 2011. Committee Member. 19. Rachel Drake. Effects of severe and persistent mental illness on maximal aerobic capacity. Master Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, in progress. Committee Member. Master Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2011. Committee Member. 20. Jared Reyes. A formative assessment on the effectiveness of using video conference for resistance exercise: A pilot study. Master Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2011.

Committee Member.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 45 21. Mindy Slimmer. Effects of the 12-week WellREP exercise program on functional fitness in older women. Master Thesis, School of Community Affairs, Gerontology, 2010. Committee Member. 22. Sahar Amini. Accelerometer determined physical activity in older women: A descriptive study. Master Thesis, School of Community Affairs, Gerontology, 2010. Committee Member. 23. Cynthia Tosh. The effect of moderate regular physical activity on mood regulation in the older adult. Master Thesis, School of Community Affairs, Gerontology, 2010. Committee Member.

24. Ashley Hervey, Assessment of bone mineral density in individuals with severe mental illness. Master Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2010. Committee Member.

25. Ashley Fryman. Effects of moderate resistance training on bone mineral density in individuals with severe mental illness. Master Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2010. Committee Member. 26. Nick Walton. Longitudinal study of an elite tri-athlete heart transplant recipient. Master Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2009. Committee member. 27. Bryan Ziegler. Bone mineral density in competitive cyclists. Master Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2009. Committee member.

28. Chase Curtiss. The effects of sugar and sugar-free energy drinks on simple and choice reaction time.

Master’s Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2008. Committee Member. 29. Kaelin Young. Effects of circuit training on strength and body composition. Master’s Thesis, Department of Human Performance Studies, 2007. Committee Member. 30. Hapiz Zulkiply. Postural sway and electromyography (EMG) muscle activation of the lower body on a progression of surface stability. Master’s Thesis, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, 2007. Committee Member.

31. Ryan Amick. Assessment of functional capacity in heart failure patients supported with left ventricular assist device. Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 2007. Committee Member. 32. Kelly Spain. Effects of multi-modal feedback during computer tasking. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Psychology, DNF. Committee member. 33. Suzanne Hubele. Effects of an eight-week exercise program in older women with osteoarthritis. Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 2006. Committee Chair.

34. Brian Neust. Where did I park my car? Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Psychology, 2006.

Committee member. 35. Kevin Farmer. Effects of chest wall constriction on aerobic capacity during exercise. Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 2005. Committee Member. 36. Heidi VanRavenhorst-Bell. Effects of circuit training on fitness in college-aged women. Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 2005. Committee Chair. 37. Jill Champley. An analysis of reading materials and strategies used by older adults. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Communicative Disorder Sciences, 2004-2005. Committee member.

38. Jamie Sly. Sleep and behavior problems in school-age children. Master’s Thesis, Department of Administration, Counseling, Educational and School Psychology, 2004. Committee member. 39. Koya Webb. Effects of creatine on anaerobic power in college-aged individuals. McNair Scholarship Research Project, Wichita State University, 2003-2004. Faculty mentor. 40. Jill Champley. Doctoral examination committee. Department of Communicative Disorders and Sciences, 2004. Committee member. 41. Sheri Barnes. Trunk training with stability balls: a dose-response comparison of selected physical fitness measures.

Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 2002-2003. Committee Chair. 42. Michael Reiman. Bone mineral density changes following ACL reconstruction: a comparison of two types of grafts. Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 2002-2003. Committee Chair.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 46 43. Koya Webb. Anaerobic exercise capacity in female college track athletes. McNair Scholarship Research Project, Wichita State University, 2002-2003. Faculty mentor. 44. Steve Hammer. Effects of EMDR therapy on exercise-induced anxiety. Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 2002-2003. Committee Chair. 45. Chad Phipps. Data input on mobile computers: application of Fitt's Law. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Psychology, 2001-2003. Committee member.

46. Chia Hui Liao. The effects of masking and visual span on word recognition in the peripheral retina.

Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Psychology, 2001-2002. Committee member. 47. Michael Beets. Physical education curriculums and physical activity levels of twelfth grade high school students in Wichita, Kansas. Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 2002. Committee Chair. 48. Jennifer Cripps. Listener judgments of accented speech. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Communicative Disorder Sciences, 2001-2002. Committee member.

49. Loren Graff. Effect of experience and presentation type on the detection of change in a real world visual task. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Psychology, 2001-2002. Committee member. 50. Nicole Stratton. Relationship between BMI and batting ability in NCAA Division I softball players. Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 2002. Committee Chair. 51. Jennifer Miller. Effects of exercise frequency on the physical fitness profiles of adolescents with developmental disabilities. Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 2001-2002. Committee Chair.

52. Jennifer Cripps. Doctoral examination committee. Department of Communicative Disorders and Sciences, 2001. Committee member. 53. Barbie Banks. Functional fitness of retired military men aged 60-84 years. Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 2000-2001. Committee Chair. 54. Dan Sharp. Implementation of an exercise intervention program for adolescents with developmental disabilities. Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 2000-2001. Committee Chair. 55. Jennifer Shores. Multisensory balance training in older adults residing within the Hesston community.

Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 2000-2001. Committee Chair. 56. Michael Bohan. Chunking kinematically complex action sequences. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Psychology, 2000-2001. Committee member.

57. Michele Halligan. Rehabilitation of an ankle injury. Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, Undergraduate Honors Project, 2000.Faculty mentor. 58. Jeff Alton. Age and attention related differences in driving performance and visual search. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Psychology, 2000. Committee member. 59. Rob Manske. The correlation between closed kinetic chain isokinetic testing and functional testing of the knee. Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 2000. Committee Chair. 60. Loretta McGregor. Low vision drivers: An examination of their driving difficulties, habits, and abilities.

Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Psychology, 1999-2000. Committee member. 61. Brian Kirby. Effects of weight bearing exercise on bone mineral density in lactating women. Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 1999-2000. Committee Chair. 62. Dan Yarmer. Fitness levels of children and adolescents 8-18 years of age with mental retardation. Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 1999-2000. Committee Member. 63. Ashley Kanelakos. Age and gender influences in adolescent intimacy development. Master’s Thesis, Department of Administration, Counseling, Education, and School Psychology, 1999-2000.

Committee member.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 47 64. Sathyanarayanan Krishnasamy. Effects of a ten-week exercise intervention on postural sway and chair rising in elderly individuals. Master’s Thesis, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, 1999. Committee member. 65. Prasana Rajagopal. Postural sway and chair rising capabilities of individuals older than 60 years. Master’s Thesis, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, 1999. Committee member. 66. Vinay P. Raja. Postural sway of individuals aged 40-59 years. Master’s Thesis, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, 1999.

Committee member.

67. Vinay D’Souza. Postural sway of individuals aged 20-39 years. Master’s Thesis, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, 1999. Committee member. 68. Shelley McCarthy. Physical activity and older adults: the relationship of personality and stage of change. Master’s Thesis, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Studies, 1999. Committee Chair. AWARDS TO GRADUATE STUDENT ADVISEES Kathryn Green, Effects of an internet-based intervention on physical activity and body composition in elementary school personnel, Delano Maggard Jr. Research Grant, $300, 2007.

Candace Thode, Dr.

Laiten L. and Verna Nye Camien Fellowship, WSU Graduate School, $650, 2005. Koya Webb, Outstanding Poster Presentation Award, McNair Scholarship Research Symposium, 2004. Jennifer D.F. Shores, Dora Wallace Hodgson Summer Research Award, WSU Graduate School, $1000, 2001. Brian C. Kirby, Delano Maggard Jr. Research Grant, WSU Graduate School, $300, 1999. MEMBERSHIPS AND SERVICE IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Active Aging Community Center, 2008-2013. Steering Committee member. Editor-in-Chief, Active Aging Today International Council on Active Aging, 2007-present. ICAA work group on career paths for wellness professionals, 2010-2012.

Advisory Board member, 2007-2013.

Coalition for the National Blueprint: Increasing Physical Activities Among Adults Age 50 and Older, 2002- 2012. Breakout Group Facilitator, Roundtable: Promoting and Disseminating the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans throughout the Aging Network, Indianapolis, IN, October 2009. Breakout Group Facilitator, 2005 National Blueprint Conference, Orlando, FL, November 2007. Breakout Group Facilitator, 2005 National Blueprint Conference, Champaign, IL, October 2005. Breakout Group Recorder, 2004 National Blueprint Conference, Washington, DC, January 2004. Breakout Group Recorder, 2003 National Blueprint Conference, Washington, DC, January 2003.

International Society of Aging and Physical Activity, 1999-present. Scientific and Program Committee, 7th World Congress on Physical Activity and Aging, Tsukuba, Japan, July 2008.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 48 Symposium Organizer and Chair, First Step to Active Health: A scientifically-based exercise program for older adults. 6th World Congress on Physical Activity and Aging, London, Ontario, Canada, August 3-7, 2004. Executive Committee, 2000-present. Web master, www.isapa.org, 2000-2008. National Strength and Conditioning Association, 1999-present. Central States Chapter - American College of Sports Medicine, 1998-present. Chair, Site Selection Committee, 2006-2007.

Organizer of Annual Chapter Conference, 2005. President, 2003-2004 President-elect, 2002-2003.

Administrative Council member, 2002-2005. Assistant web master, www.centralstatesacsm.org, 2003-present. Newsletter editor, 2003-2005. Nominations Committee (member), 2001, 2002. Nominations Committee (chair), 2000. American College of Sports Medicine, 1993-present. Member, Exercise is Medicine – Older Adult Committee, 2013-present. Member, Interest Groups Forum Committee, 2012-present. Ex officio, Strategic Health Initiative on Aging Committee, 2011-2014. Chair, Strategic Health Initiative on Aging Committee, 2007-2010 (reappointed to second term). Chair, Strategic Health Initiative on Aging Committee, 2004-2007.

Fellow, 2003-present. Symposium Organizer and Chair, Balance training for older adults. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 28-31, 2003. Session Chair, Aging and functional fitness. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 28-31, 2003. Participant, American College of Sports Medicine Shares Campaign (recruited 11 new members for national organization), 2002. American College of Sports Medicine Special Interest Group on Aging (Co-Chair), 1999-2001. Symposium Organizer and Chair, Physical activity for the old and very old.

American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, May 29-June 1, 2002.

American Kinesiology Association, 2011-present. Member, Program Organizing Committee, 2012 American Kinesiology Association Meeting. Kansas Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 2000-present. Technology coordinator, Kansas Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, Wichita, KS, November 1-2, 2002.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 49 CERTIFICATIONS FROM PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), National Strength and Conditioning Association, 1999-present.

Certified Personal Fitness Specialist, Can-Fit-Pro, 2005-present. Certified Standard CPR and First Aid Instructor, American Red Cross, 1989-present. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE University Committees (WSU) Faculty Grievance Committee, 2014-2015. Graduate Teaching Assistant Workgroup, 2011. Heskett Center Board of Directors, 2010-present. Faculty Grievance Committee, 2009-2010. Regional Institute on Aging (RIA) Falling LinKS (Less in Kansas) Work Group, 2007-present. COE Representative. Development of a community-based, phased, state-wide program to prevent falls in older rural residents.

Graduate School Awards Committee, 2004-present. WSU LINKS Committee, 2001-2002. Health Communication Initiative, 2000-2002. Shocker Marketing and Recruiting Team, 2000-2003. WSU / Via Christi Joint Review Committee on Motion Analysis Research Projects, 2000-2002. University Institutional Review Board, 2000-present (Co-chair 2007-2012; Chair 2012-present). College of Education Committees (WSU) Search Committee, Counseling, Educational Leadership, and School Psychology Department Head, 2014. Search Committee, College of Education Dean, 2013-2014.

Joint Appointment Ad-hoc Committee, 2010-2011.

College Fees Committee, 2010-2011. College Imaging Committee, 2009-2010. Sport Management Department Promotion Review Committee, 2009. Leadership Team, 2007-present. Strategic Planning Committee, 2007. Faculty Personnel Committee, 2003-2007. Advisory Board for the Cooperative Education Internship Program, 2001-present. Task Force on Curricular Duplication, 1999-2000. Technology Committee, 1998-2000. Department of Human Performance Studies Committees (WSU) Search Committee Chair, Human Performance Studies Undergraduate Advisor, 2014. Search Committee Chair, Human Performance Studies Post-Doctoral Scholar, 2014.

Search Committee, Human Performance Assistant Professor, 2012. Search Committee Chair, Human Performance Educator, 2010-2011. Search Committee Chair, Physical Education Educator, 2010. Presiding Officer, Department Chair Selection Process, 2006. Chair, Search Committee, Assistant Professor in Exercise Science, 2004.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 50 Search Committee, Unclassified Professional in Exercise Science/Athletic Training, 2001-2002. Search Committee, Assistant Professor in Exercise Science/Athletic Training, 2001-2002. Program Assessment Committee, 1999-present. Steering Committee (Chair), Center for Physical Activity and Aging, 1999-2003. Advisory Council, Center for Physical Activity and Aging, 1998-present. Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, 1999-2000. Graduate Curriculum Committee, 1998-present. Merit Evaluation Committee, 1998-2000, 2005-2007. Other Professional Service Editorial Board, Jacobs Journal of Gerontology, 2014-present.

Editorial Board, Sports, 2012-present.

Editorial Board, European Journal of Sports and Exercise Sciences, 2011-present. Editor-in-Chief, Active Aging Today, 2008-2013. Scientific Advisory Board, Wadsworth Publishing, 2007-present. Invited participant, Screening Roundtable: The Role of Pre-Activity Participation Screening in Older Adults, Washington, DC, March 3-4, 2005. Editorial Board, Advance for Healthy Aging, 2004-2011. Editorial Advisory Panel, Aging Health, 2004-present. Editorial Board, ACSM’s Health and Fitness Journal, 2004-2011. International Advisory Committee, 9th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering, Theory, Applications and Practice (held in Auckland, New Zealand), 2004.

Associate Editor, Section on Aging, Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 2003-present. International Advisory Committee, 8th Annual International Conference on Industrial Engineering, Theory, Applications and Practice (held in Las Vegas, NV), 2003. Board of Trustees, Wichita Lifeline Inc., 2002-2010. Seymour Lectureship Subcommittee Member, Wesley Medical Center, Wichita, 2001-2002. Editorial Board, Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 2001-2003. Thera-Band Research Advisory Committee, 2001-present. Executive Committee, Senior Nutrition & Activity Program, Senior Services, Inc., Wichita, 2000-2002.

Physical Activity Task Force, Senior Nutrition & Activity Program, Senior Services, Inc., Wichita, 2000. Graduate Student Health Coverage Committee, Kent State University, 1995.

Graduate Student Senate, Kent State University, 1993-1996. Graduate Curriculum Committee, Kent State University, 1995. Search Committee for School of Exercise, Leisure, and Sport Director, Kent State University, 1994. Journal and Textbook Reviewer International Journal of Medical and Health Sciences Research Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences Rehabilitation Nursing Medical Science Monitor Asian Journal of Sports Medicine Sports PLOS ONE Gait & Posture BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders Journal of Physical Activity and Health

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 51 International Journal of Sport Physical Therapy International Journal of Sports Medicine Journal of Medical Internet Research World Applied Science Journal Journal of Aging Research British Medical Journal Preventive Medicine American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine European Journal of Sports and Exercise Sciences International Journal of Sports Medicine ACSM's Resources for the Personal Trainer, 4th edition The Gerontologist Pain Journal of Applied Gerontology BMC Public Health American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Aging Clinical and Experimental Research Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Annals of Biomedical Engineering Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences Aging Health ACSM’s Health and Fitness Journal Medicina Sportiva Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology Canadian Medical Association Journal Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology Journal of Sports Science and Medicine Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Women and Health Biological Research for Nursing IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine Journal of Applied Physiology Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology Journal of Aging and Physical Activity European Journal of Applied Physiology Clinical Exercise Physiology ACE Advanced Health & Fitness Specialist Manual, American Council on Exercise.

Exercise Physiology (Plowman and Smith): Laboratory Supplement and Media Components, Benjamin Cummings Publishing Exercise Physiology (Plowman and Smith), Allyn & Bacon Publishing Fundamental Principles of Exercise Physiology (Robergs and Roberts) (and Test Bank), McGraw-Hill Publishing, 1998.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 52 Consultancies Promotion to Associate Professor and Tenure External Reviewer for Uniformed Services University of Health Services, 2014. External Thesis Examiner, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, 2014. Promotion to Full Professor External Reviewer for Bowling Green State University, 2014. External Dissertation Examiner, Southern Cross University, East Lismore, NSW, Australia, 2012. Promotion to Full Professor External Reviewer for Bowling Green State University, 2012. Tenure and Promotion External Reviewer for Western Washington University, 2011.

Tenure and Promotion External Reviewer for Kansas University School of Medicine - Wichita, 2010. Arthritis Foundation Aquatic and Exercise Program, National Arthritis Foundation, Atlanta, GA, 2008. Tenure and Promotion External Reviewer for School of Public Health at University of Nevada-Reno, 2006. Sit and Be Fit, Balance and Fall Prevention Workout Video, Spokane, WA, 2004. University of Illinois, New Active Green Environments (New AGE) Project, 2004. Gerson Lehrman Group’s Council of Healthcare Advisors, 2003 Exercise Program, Kidron Bethel Village Health Center, Newton, KS, 2002. Fitness Facility Development, Best Buy, Minneapolis, MN, 2002.

United Methodist Health Ministry Fund, Active for Life Project, Hutchinson, KS, 2002. University of Illinois and the American College of Sports Medicine, National Blueprint Grant, 2001. Exercise Program Design, Arrowhead West, Wichita, KS, 2000.

Life Fitness Equipment Evaluation, Life Fitness, Inc., Franklin Park, IL, 1998. Service for granting agencies. External Reviewer, Mitacs Internship Program (Canada), July 27, 2014. Grant Review Panel Member, Centers for Disease Control, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research Centers Special Emphasis Panel: Physical Activity Policy Network, Atlanta, GA, June 11- 12, 2014. Grant Review Panel Member, Centers for Disease Control, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research Centers Special Emphasis Panel: Chronic Disease Self-Management and Workplace Health, Atlanta, GA, June 9-10, 2014.

Grant Review Panel Member, Centers for Disease Control, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research Centers Special Emphasis Panel: Pilot Interventions to Promote the Health of People with Blood Disorders, Atlanta, GA, April 8-9, 2014. Grant Review Panel Member, Centers for Disease Control, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research Centers Special Emphasis Panel: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research Centers, Atlanta, GA, November 18-21, 2013. Grant Review Panel Member, Centers for Disease Control, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research Centers Special Emphasis Panel: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research Centers: Special Interest Project Competitive Supplements, Atlanta, GA, May 14, 2013.

External Grant Reviewer, Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, 2012. External Grant Reviewer, Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development, 2009. Grant Review Panel Member, Centers for Disease Control, Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research Centers Special Emphasis Panel, Atlanta, GA, January 13-14, 2009. Grant Review Panel Member, Centers for Disease Control, Mentored Public Health Peer Review Panel, Atlanta, GA, June 21-22, 2007.

External Grant Reviewer, Bowling Green State University Office of Research, Bowling Green, OH, 2007. Grant Review Panel Member, Centers for Disease Control, Prevention Research Centers Special Interest Projects Peer Review Panel, Atlanta, GA, June 18-21, 2007.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 53 Grant Review Panel Member, Centers for Disease Control, Prevention Research Centers Special Interest Projects Peer Review Panel, Atlanta, GA, July 11-12, 2005. Grant Review Panel Member, Centers for Disease Control, Prevention Research Centers Special Interest Projects Peer Review Panel, Atlanta, GA, June 22-23, 2004.

Grant Reviewer, Arthritis Research Campaign, Chesterfield, United Kingdom, 2002. Grant Reviewer, Flosie West Research Foundation, Wichita, KS, 2002. Grant Reviewer, Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of External Reviews, Livermore, CA, 1999. External Grant Reviewer, University of Scranton, Scranton, PA, 1998. Faculty development activities Took Japanese 223: Intermediate Japanese (3 credit hours) at WSU, Spring 2002. Took Japanese 226: Conversational Japanese (2 credit hours) at WSU, Fall 2001. Took Japanese 112: Elementary Japanese II (5 credit hours) at WSU, Spring 2001. Took Japanese 111: Introduction to Japanese (5 credit hours) at WSU, Fall 2000.

Media Stories Featured in New York Times story “Training the mind to ward off falls”, March 2015. Internet Radio Interview, “Personal fitness trainer credentials” on Spirit of Fitness series, Church Broadcasting Entity, November 2014.

Featured in Wichita State News story about research on the metabolic costs of elastic resistance exercises, October 2014. Quoted in Wichita Eagle story about closing of the golf course at Wichita State, August 2014. Quoted in Wichita Eagle story about human research at Wichita State, July 2014. Quoted in The Shocker Alumni Magazine story about research in the Department of Human Performance Studies, June 2014. Internet Radio Interview, “Careers in fitness” on Spirit of Fitness series, Church Broadcasting Entity, March 2014.

Quoted in WebMD story about exercise for older adults, October 2013.

Quoted in New York Times story about concurrent exercise in older adults, March 2013. Quoted in New York Times story about sleep, exercise, and aging, March 2012. Quoted in New York Times story about older adults exercising in the winter, September 2011. Quoted in Washington Post story about older athletes, June 2011. Quoted in Newsday story about physical activity goals for older adults, March 2011. Quoted in New York Times story about personal trainers for older adults, March 2011. Quoted in Active Aging story about fall prevention for older adults, November 2010. Radio News Story, “Balance and fall prevention”, WSU Radio News Line, October 2010.

Quoted in Wichita Eagle story about balance training for older adults, September 2010. Quoted in New York Times story about balance training for older adults, September 2010. Quoted in Newsday story about goal setting for older adults, August 2010. Quoted in AARP Magazine story discussing benefits of soccer for older adults, July 2010. Quoted in Fall Prevention, Part IV—Interventions, Journal of the American Chiropractic Association, 47(1):2-6, 2010.

Quoted in ABCNews.com story discussing how exercise may keep cells biologically young, December 2009. Quoted in Fall Prevention, Part III: A Chiropractic Issue, Journal of the American Chiropractic Association, 46(9):2-6, 2009.

Michael E. Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 54 Quoted in Fall Prevention, Part II: Chiropractic Keeps Patients on Their Feet, Journal of the American Chiropractic Association, 46(8):2-6, 2009. Quoted in Fall Prevention, Part I: Unique Role for Chiropractic? Journal of the American Chiropractic Association, 46(9):2-6, 2009. Quoted in Boston Globe article discussing exercise for middle-aged women, August 2009.

Featured in Wichita Eagle article discussing human performance studies and competitive eating, October 2008.

Quoted in Boston Globe article discussing the Olympic swimmer, Dara Torres, and older swimmers, September 2008. Featured in Indianapolis Star article discussing the measurement of biological age, May 2008. Featured in Best Life Magazine article discussing exercise programs for older adults, October 2007. Featured in Advance for Directors in Rehabilitation article osteoarthritis, April 1, 2007. Featured in Wichita Eagle article discussing niche gyms in the Wichita community, April 26, 2007. Radio News Story, “Fitness facilities for older adults”, WSU Radio News Line, February 2007. Featured in Associated Press article discussing basketball leagues for older women published in the Washington Post, Miami Herald, Boston Globe, and several other papers, January 2007.

Featured in Los Angeles Times article discussing fitness facilities for older adults, October 30, 2006. Radio News Story, “New Year’s resolutions for health and fitness”, WSU Radio News Line, January 2006. Featured in Wichita Eagle article discussing exercise myths, December 3, 2005 Featured in Winston-Salem Journal article discussing exercise and aging, October 12, 2004. Featured in Washington Post article discussing benefits of exercise for baby boomers, October 5, 2004. Featured on Channel 10 Nightly News segment discussing the safety of ephedrine-free diet products, September 29, 2003.

Featured on Channel 3 Nightly News segment discussing how to keep the home safe, June 25, 2003. Featured in Readers Digest story, “Balance training”, January 2002. Radio News Story, “Falling hurts more than pride for older adults”, WSU Radio News Line, March 11, 2002. Radio News Story, “Exercising in the heat”, WSU Radio News Line, August 10, 2001. Featured in news articles on fall prevention for the elderly in Wichita Eagle, Boston Globe, Omaha World Herald, Tallahassee Gazette, 2001.

Featured in Kent State University School of Exercise, Leisure, and Sport semi-annual newsletter, 2001.

Featured on Channel 10 Nightly News segment profiling the research project to improve balance in older adults in Hesston, March 28, 2001. Featured in news articles (Wichita Eagle [October 9, 2001] and Inside WSU [December 6, 2001]) discussing nutritional supplements research study. Four Senior Support articles released by WSU Newsline, 2000. Radio Interview, “Exercise for older adults”, WSU Radio News Line, February 20, 2000. Featured in news article (College of Education Newsletter) discussing research in Japan, Winter 2001. Featured in article “Workout plan to strengthen your bones” (ahealthyme.com) discussing osteoporosis and exercise, February 3, 2000.

Featured in articles “How to break a fall” and “Conquering the fear of falling” (onhealth.com) discussing the fear of falling and exercise in older adults, June 1, 2000. Featured in article “Lifting for new life” (Athletic Business) discussing strength training for older adults, October 2000. Featured in news article (Inside WSU) discussing WSU Endowment fundraising, September 9, 1999. Featured in news article (Horizon) discussing DEXA and osteoporosis research, June 1999. Featured in news article (Inside WSU) discussing interdisciplinary research activities, January 29, 1999.

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Rogers, PhD, CSCS, FACSM March 2015 55 Featured in news segment on WSU Insight (WSU-TV) showcasing research on older adults and the Center for Physical Activity and Aging, December 1999. Featured in news segment on Channel 10 KAKE News at Ten with Sahar El-Hodiri showcasing functional assessments for older adults, September 1, 1999. Featured in news segment on KSN Channel 3 Evening News with Kelly Longenecker showcasing functional assessments for older adults, September 22, 1999.