Dr. Christopher B. Scott

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Christopher B. Scott
Dr. Scott is Associate Professor in the Department of Exercise, Health, and Sport Sciences at the University of Southerm Maine (USA). He is also Associate Reseacher at the Cooper Institute (Dallas).
He has a Degree and a Master Degree in Science (Exercise & Sports Sciences), and a Master Degree in Sports Sciences (Fitness Management). He earned a PhD in Zoology and Physiology (University of Wyoming).
One of his primary lines of research has been directed toward the energy costs of strength, speed and power-related activities. Dr. Scott directs the Human Performance Laboratory where recent findings confirm that energy costs actually rise in the recovery from some but not all types of exercise. They are currently determining what exercises specifically promote this extra energy cost and will be designing exercise programs to exploit this finding.

Dr. Scoot participated at the VII International Symposium of Strength Training with the workshop entitled "RESISTANCE EXERCISE ENERGY COSTS".

Dr. Scoot participated at the IV International Symposium of Strength Training with the workshop entitled "THE TOTAL ENERGY EXPENDITURE OF RESISTANCE TRAINING".