Exercise to Keep the Heart Young Topic of Free Presentation at Texas A&M-Kingsville March 20
KINGSVILLE - March 05, 2007
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Part of lecture tour from Texas Regional Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine
KINGSVILLE (March 5, 2007) — How do you keep your heart in the best shape possible? The answers can be found at a special lecture at Texas A&M University-Kingsville Tuesday, March 20, at 2:30 p.m. in room 100 of the Biology and Earth Sciences building.
Joseph Starnes, Ph.D., professor of exercise physiology at the University of Texas at Austin, offers the presentation, “How Exercise Keeps the Old Heart Young.”
The lecture is part of the Texas Regional Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine (TACSM) 2007 Spring Lecture Tour, in which Starnes will speak throughout the state during that week.
The lecture tour is presented by the A&M-Kingsville department of health and kinesiology and TACSM. More information is available by contacting Dr. William W. Edwards, assistant professor of health and kinesiology, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 361-593-2372.
The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) is a multi-disciplinary professional and scientific society dedicated to the generation and dissemination of knowledge concerning the motivations, responses, adaptations and health aspects of persons engaged in sport and exercise. The purpose of TACSM is to fulfill the objectives of ACSM as appropriate at the regional level.
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