John Acquaviva

John Acquaviva, Associate Professor, School of Sport Sciences
 
Education
Florida State University, Ph.D. (1997)
George Mason University, M.S. (1990)
Shepherd College, B.A. (1987)
 
Contact Information
704-233-8634
 
Research
Implementing behavior change models to physical activity and fitness; the effect of exercise on resting energy expenditure 
 
Select Publications
Strategies to Promote Physical Activity to Middle and High School Students
 
Using Processes of Change to Investigate the Effectiveness of High School Fitness Education
 
Take Sport Education a Step Further: Add Fitness
 
Behavior-change Strategies for Personal Trainers
 


In The Media
The Fitness Doctor (ESPN 730 Saturdays at 7:30 a.m. and daily on Union County Time Warner Cable Channel 22) espn730.com

The Wingate Lecture Series (WUTV)

Book NOW Available for Purchase on Amazon!

John's Website for Catholic Speaking
www.catholicbodyimage.com

Courses
AT 310 Exercise Physiology
AT 312 Structure and Function
AT 255 Applied Nutrition
PE 325 Principles of Strength and Conditioning
PE 551 Exercise and Nutrition
HPE 230 Fitness Promotion and Assessment
Professional Organizations
American College of Sports Medicine
North Carolina Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance
American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance
Professional Experience
Associate Professor, Wingate University
Associate Professor, Northern Virginia Community College - Annandale
Associate Professor, Roanoke College
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Florida State University
Assistant Professor, Physical Education, Northern Virginia Community College
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Physical Education, George Mason University
Assistant Fitness Director/Personal Trainer, Regency Sport and Health Club, McLean, Virginia