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New publication on health benefits of short-term e-bicycle riding

the words New Publication Research publication in European Journal of Applied Physiology co-authored by four Kinesiology faculty and three Kinesiology students
Research and Innovation

New publication on health benefits of short-term e-bicycle riding

Research publication in European Journal of Applied Physiology co-authored by four kinesiology faculty and three kinesiology students. Miami kinesiology faculty members Helaine Alessio, Kevin Ballard, Paul Reidy, and Kyle Timmerman worked with kinesiology students Katie Hayward, Alexandra Bagg, and Rachel Cooley to determine the influence of riding an electric bike (EB) for one week on indices of cardiometabolic health in middle-aged adults.

Alessio HM, Ballard KD, Reidy PT, Hayward KM, Bagg AM, Cooley RA, O'Connell MJ, Montoye AHK, Timmerman KL. Short-term e-bicycle riding results in favorable cardiometabolic shifts in moderately active adults. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 2024 Feb 1. doi: 10.1007/s00421-024-05418-1. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 38300319.