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.