ASEPNewsletter
Vol 3 No 3
March 1999
ISSN 1097-9743 
The
ASEPNewsletter is devoted to informative articles and news items about exercise physiology. It is a monthly magazine of news, opinions, exercise physiology professionals, and events that shape exercise physiology. While it contains views and opinions of the Editor who oversees the ASEP Internet Websites, visitors can have a voice as well. We welcome interested practitioners, researchers, and academicians to e-mail the Publisher their thoughts and ideas or to respond directly via the ASEP Public Forum.
Copyright ©1999 American Society of Exercise Physiologists. All Rights Reserved. 
April 1999

--- What's News ---

President's Report
Dr. Robert Robergs has just recently submitted his  "President's Report." To read the complete report, click on January, 1999.

Student Chapters
Letters were mailed from the National Office to ASEP members encouraging them to develop an official ASEP Student Chapters, which reminds me that the Student Chapter at the University of New Mexico is online.   If you are interested in starting a chapter, contact either Dr. Robergs or the ASEP National Office (218-723-6297).

JEPonline
Be sure to click on the January 1999 issue of ASEP's exercise physiology journal. There are several research articles for your enjoyment.

244 members!
That's correct! We are an organization of 200+ members and still climbing.  To become a member, print the Membership Application and forward it to the ASEP National Office, or call an ASEP representative at (218) 723-6297, or visit additional web sites for more information via the Table of Contents.  Just for fun:Current weather at ASEP National Office

Guest editorials
The ASEPNewsletter is seeking guest editorials -- brief commentaries on a wide variety of issues. Everyone involved in: health, fitness, rehabilitation, and sports, including medical, business, management, psychology, teachers, and students -- is welcome to share insights, concerns, points and counterpoints on any issue that impinges upon the exercise physiology profession.

To contribute a guest editorial, send, FAX (218)723-6472), or e-mail (tboone2@css.edu) an essay and a brief biography. Send your contribution to ASEP National Office, College of St. Scholastica, Department of Exercise Physiology, 1200 Kenwood Ave., Duluth, MN 55811.



2nd Annual Meeting of ASEP  (October 14-16, 1999) 
Location - Albuquerque, New Mexico
Conference Facility - Wyndham Hotel
Inquiries -
Robert A. Robergs, Ph.D., FASEP
Conference Organizer
President - ASEP
Director Center For Exercise And Applied Human Physiology
Johnson Center, B143
The University Of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-1258
Phone: (secretary): (505) 277-2658
FAX: (505) 277-9742
Hosts -
Exercise Science Program and the
University of New Mexico Student Chapter of ASEP
The University of New Mexico 
 

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ASEP Public Forum for Exercise Physiologists
Check it out!
Professionalization
Letters have gone out to specific ASEP members requesting their thoughts and ideas in written form to be published in the Professionalization of Exercise Physiologyonlinejournal.

Hello everyone!!!! Heads up, with a smile!!!!!
We have TWO papers submitted:

  • Shane Paulson, MA
  • Lance Tarr, MS
  • Their thoughts about professionalism can be found in the March issue of PEPonline.
    Interesting web sites
    Have you run across an interesting exercise physiology site?  If you have and would like it to be posted, please let me know via my email.
  • Take a look at this web site.  It belongs to an ASEP member!
  • You may also want to take a look at JC's  web site.  His world of exercise physiology!
  • Clinical aspects of exercise physiology.

  • -- Just Thinking --

    Sports medicine - exercise physiology - kinesiology!  Terms we grew up with, majored in, worked under, and written about, but does anyone know what each means. What is the definition of sports medicine? Is it the same as exercise physiology? If so, why? If not, what is the difference? Really, we "the members" of ASEP would like to know the differences.  First, begin with a definition of each and, second, identify the work conditions each is typically responsible for doing. Thanks. Oh yes, you can respond via the ASEP Public Forum or email and your comments "just as you have written" will be recorded in the next ASEPNewsletter.


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