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Jared W Coburn, Ph.D

Jared W Coburn, PhD, CSCS*D, FNSCA, FACSM
Professor

Location: KHS 235
Telephone:(657) 278-2629
Fax:(657) 278-1548
Email: jcoburn@fullerton.edu

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Advising Area:
Clinical Exercise Science, Fitness and Health Promotion

Undergraduate:
KNES 348 - Physiology of Exercise
KNES 348L - Physiology of Exercise Lab
KNES 349 - Measurement and Statistics in Kinesiology
KNES 351 – Principles of Strength and Conditioning

Graduate:
KNES 510 – Research Methods in Kinesiology
KNES 551 – Advanced Study in Physiology of Exercise

Biosketch:
Jared Coburn is a Professor of Kinesiology at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF). Prior to coming to CSUF full-time, he was Assistant Professor and Chair of the Kinesiology Department at California Baptist University, and a part-time lecturer at CSUF. Dr. Coburn earned his PhD from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and his BS and MS degrees from CSUF. In addition to his academic work experience, Dr. Coburn has Directed physical therapy clinics and fitness and wellness programs, and served as a strength and conditioning coach. He has successfully published papers in refereed journals, presented research at national and international conferences, reviewed manuscripts, and published textbook chapters. He is active within the National Strength and Conditioning Association, where he has reviewed manuscripts, abstracts, and graduate student research grant applications, and judged student oral presentations at the national conference.

Interest Area:
Neuromuscular adaptations to resistance training; compatibility of strength and endurance training; nutritional supplements and their effects on strength and endurance performance; determination of fatigue thresholds during cycle ergometry and running; the strength deficit resulting from static stretching; scaling and gender comparisons of strength and endurance scores

Current projects:
Torque-related patterns of electromyography (EMG) and mechanomyography (MMG) during eccentric vs. concentric and isometric muscle actions; e ffects of interelectrode distance and placement on measurement of EMG; use of caffeine supplements to enhance strength and endurance performance

Department of Kinesiology

800 North State College Blvd.,
Fullerton, California 92834
Room KHS-121,
Phone: (657) 278-3316
Fax: (657) 278-5317