ENGL 1100 (Wright): Health and Human Services: Exercise

This is a Course Guide for a Health and Human Services contextualized English 1100 course. It contains readings used in the course as well as links to the various academic topic/program area Research Guides.

Program Areas

Sport and Exercise Studies


Readings for this program are listed below.  The readings are sorted by personal, topical, and research issues to correspond to the three writing projects in the course.

Research Guides

This link is for the Research Guide related to the program area.  Links found in this Research Guide will lead you to websites, books, journals, and other resources connected to the program.

Readings-Sport and Exercise Studies


Abt, G., McCarthy, J., & Graley, P. (2008). Careers in sport and exercise physiology. Sport & Exercise Scientist, (16), 14–15.


Archer, S. (2018). Pioneering the science of optimum human performance. American Fitness, 36(3), 36–43.


Crean, T., & Wertheim, L. J. (2018). School of jock. Sports Illustrated, 128(5), 68–74.


McCunn, R. (2019). Should early career sport scientists strive to be generalists or specialists? Sport & Exercise Scientist, (59), 30.


Saremi, J. (2010). Kathy Kaehler. American Fitness, 28(1), 36–38.


Sauvage, L., & Loudon, J. (2017). Coaching for performance. Training & Development (1839-8561), 44(2), 16–19.




Gregory, S., Abrams, A., & Johnson, T. (2017). Kid sports inc. TIME Magazine, 190(9), 42–51.


Klika, B. (2018). Youth coaching: 6 keys to success. American Fitness, 36(3), 14–16.


Rimmer, J. H. (2015). The nexus of rehabilitation and exercise: Where and why the two shall meet. Kinesiology Review, 4(1), 85–90.


Saxton, J. (2017). Prehabilitation: Where sport science meets exercise for health? Sport & Exercise Scientist, (54), 12–13.


Strand, B., Benson, D., Buck, R., McGill, W., & Smith, D. (2014). The characteristics of coaching expertise. Virginia Journal, 35(2), 4–7.


Tod, D. (2011). Developmental changes across applied sport and exercise scientists’ careers. Sport & Exercise Scientist, (30), 16–17.



Barreira, T. V., Renfrow, M. S., Tseh, W., & Kang, M. (2013). The validity of 7-site skinfold measurements taken by exercise science students. International Journal of Exercise Science, 6(1), 20–28.


Graham, J. A., Dixon, M. A., & Hazen-Swann, N. (2016). Coaching dads: Understanding managerial implications of fathering through sport. Journal of Sport Management, 30(1), 40–51.


Stewart, C. (2016). Female athletes’ rankings of coaching behavior: A longitudinal report. Physical Educator, 73(3), 417–432.


Vowels, M. R., & Crandall, K. J. (2014). A descriptive study of exercise science students’ knowledge of, and attitudes toward, older adults. Kentucky Newsletter for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 52(1), 66–73.

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