November 8, 2022
Experienced male cyclists, age 20-64, needed for 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 20-64 years old who complete at least five hours of cycling training per week for at least three years.
Participants will be asked to attend five separate two-hour cycling sessions in the lab at Lafene Health Center. Participants will be compensated $40 for the five sessions. This is a great opportunity for competitive cyclists to learn more about their performance.
For more information, contact Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The study has been reviewed by the Institutional Review Board and received approval No. 10984.