April 5, 2022
Experienced male cyclists paid to participate in cycling study
Are you an experienced male cyclist? Elizabeth Rogers, a kinesiology student in the Functional Intensity Training Lab, is conducting a study to investigate the effects of mental fatigue on exercise intensity and duration during cycling exercise.
For this research study, we are looking for males between the ages of 30-45 years old who complete at least five hours of cycling training per week for at least three years. If eligible, participants will be contacted in early April for scheduling.
Participants will be asked to attend five separate two-hour cycling sessions in the lab at Lafene Health Center. Participants will be compensated $40 over the duration of the five sessions. This is a great opportunity for competitive cyclists to learn more about their performance.
For more information, contact Elizabeth Rogers.
This study has been reviewed by the Institutional Review Board and received approval No. 10984.