Randy Canivel MS, HFS (ACSM)
Recreational Sports / Wellness Center
» Assistant Director
Amercian College of Sports Medicine ( Alliance Member)
Amercian Society of Exercise Physiologists (Professional Member)
National Intramural Recreational Sports Association (Certified Institution)
Body fat oxidation/utilization through exercise
Cardiovascular responses to isometric exercise
Health - Fitness marketing and management of facilities
|Semester||Course #||Section||Course Name||Location||Days / Times|
|Details||Fall 2013||1503||101||Concepts of Fitness and Wellness||Ferguson Hall 303||
Tuesday/Thursday 11:00 am -12:20 pm
|Midwestern State University||Bachelors of Business Administration||2005-12-10 0:0:0|
|Midwestern State University||Masters of Science in Kinesiology||2009-12-12 0:0:0|
|American College of Sports Medicine||Certified Health Fitness Specialist/Educator||2010-3-20 0:0:0|
|Institution||Position||Start Date /||End Date|
|Midwestern State University||Coordinator, MSU Burns Fantasy of Lights||8/2010||Present|
|Midwestern State University - College of Education, West||Adjunct Faculty||8/2013||Present|
Canivel, R., Wyatt, F., & Baker, J.S. (2011). Cardiovascular Responses to Isometric Handgrip vs. Relaxed Handgrip in Sustained Cycling Efforts. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, Vol. 26 (11): 3101-3105.
Wyatt, F., Canivel, R., Prajapati, K., Patel, S., Patel, D. & Patel, J. (2010). Comparing Low vs. High Cadence During Sustained Power on the Cycle Ergometer. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Vol. 42 (5), Supplement.
Canivel, R., Wyatt, F., Almeida, N., Kalivada, N. & Patel, K. (2010). Cardiovascular Responses to Isometric Hand Grip/Relaxed Handgrip in Sustained Cycling Efforts. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Vol.42 (5), Supplement.