Robert Kraemer

Dr. Robert R. Kraemer, FACSM


Professor of Exercise Physiology & Ex. Physiology Lab Coordinator


Member of Southeastern Louisiana University faculty since 1991 Robert Kraemer

Office: KHS105

Phone: 985-549-2132

E-mail:rkraemer@selu.edu

 

Education
Ed.D., 1985, Exercise Physiology, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
M.Ed., 1980, Physical Education, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
B.A., 1975, Zoology,University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Associate Editor

Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research

Editorial Board
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise
Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental

 

Selected Recent Published Articles

Kraemer RR, Shockett P, Dardis N, Shah U, Castracane VD. A transient elevated irisin

         blood concentration in response to prolonged, moderate aerobic exercise in

         young men and women (in press).

Thomas JF, Larson KL, Hollander DB, Kraemer RR. Comparison of two-hand kettlebell

         exercise and graded treadmill walking: Effectiveness as a stimulus for

         cardiorespiratory fitness. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. (in

         press).

Kraemer RR, Francois M, Dardis-Webb N, Worley J, Rogers S, Norman R, Castracane VD.

        No effect of menstrual cycle phase on glucose and glucoregulatory endocrine

        responses to prolonged exercise. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 113:

        2401-2408, 2013.

Russell RD, Nelson AG, Kraemer RR. Metabolic dysfunction in diabetic offspring: Deviations

in metabolic flexibility. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 45(1): 8-15, 2013

Kraemer RR, Francois M, Castracane VD. Estrogen Mediation of Hormone Responses to

Exercise. Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental. 61(10): 1337-1346, 2012. 

Kraemer RR, Castracane VD, Francois M, Ghanbari-Niaki A, Sirikul B, Valverde R. Effects of

long-term exercise on AgRP and cortisol concentrations. Endocrine. 42: 436-441,

2012.

Webb HE, Fabianke-Kadue EC, Kraemer RR, Kamimori GH, Castracane VD, Acevedo EO.

Stress reactivity to repeated low-level challenges: A pilot study. Applied

Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. 36:243-250, 2011.

Kraemer RR, Francois M, Sehgal K, Sirikul B, Khan T, Valverde R, Castracane VD.

Glucoregulatory peptide alterations during long-term exercise in young men.

Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 43(8):1451-6, 2011.

Garekani ET, Mohebbi H, Kraemer RR, Fathi R. The effect of exercise intensity on plasma

and tissue total and high molecular weight adiponectin in the male rat. Peptides

32(5):1008-12, 2011.

Rogers S, Worley J, Kraemer RR. Metabolic responses to Wii Fit™ video games at

different game levels.

Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research 25(3):689-93, 2011.

Fathi R, Ghanbari-Niaki A, Kraemer RR, Talebi-Garakani E, Saghebjoo M. The effect of 

exercise intensity on plasma and tissue acyl ghrelin concentrations in fasted rats.

Regulatory Peptides 165(2-3):133-7, 2010.

 



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