1. K-State home
  2. »Division of Communications and Marketing
  3. »K-State Today
  4. »A few spots remain for Reserves or National Guard personnel in exercise study

K-State Today

January 17, 2018



A few spots remain for Reserves or National Guard personnel in exercise study

By Katie Heinrich

We have a few spots remaining for individuals who are in the Reserves or National Guard — any military branch — to participate in the Army Training at High-Intensity Study.

Research participants will receive six months of exercise training for free. The research project is designed to compare the effectiveness of high-intensity functional training to Army Physical Readiness Training in military personnel for improving body composition, fitness, cardiovascular health and psychosocial outcomes.

All exercise testing and training will take place at Kansas State University in Manhattan.

Contact Sarah Cosgrove at 480-326-7912 or sasteven@k-state.edu, or Katie Heinrich at 785-532-7771 or kmhphd@k-state.edu if you are interested in participating in the study.

For more information, visit the study's website or complete an eligibility screening form online here.

This study has been reviewed by the university's Institutional Review Board and received approval No. 7162.

In this issue

From the administration
News and research
Events
Kudos, publications and presentations
Human resources, benefits and training
Technology
Newsletters and magazines
Volunteer opportunities
University life