Brian Williams

Instructor and Internship CoordinatorBrian Williams

 
Office: KHSA 1041
Phone: 985-540-3300
Email: brian.williams-2@southeastern.edu

Courses Taught

KIN 410: Internship in Exercise Science and Fitness & Human Performance
KIN 424: Fitness Testing & Prescription
KIN 434: Clinical Aspects of Exercise Testing & Prescription
KIN 436:  Psychosocial Dimensions of Physical Activity

Education

M.A., 2009, Kinesiology, Southeastern Louisiana University
B.S., 2007, Heath & Exercise Science, Centenary College of Louisiana

Certifications

American College of Sports Medicine – Certified Exercise Physiologist
American College of Sports Medicine – Exercise is Medicine Level 2
Aerobics and Fitness Association of America – Certified Group Exercise Instructor

Sample Publications and Presentations

Williams, B.M., and Kraemer, R.R. (in review). Comparison of cardiorespiratory and metabolic
responses in kettlebell high-intensity interval training versus sprint interval cycling. Submitted to
Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research.

Williams, B.M. and Kraemer, R.R. (2015, May). Acute cardiorespiratory and metabolic
responses in kettlebell high-intensity interval training versus sprint interval cycling. Presented at
the 2015 annual conference of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), San Diego,CA.

Armstrong, S.N., Henderson, D.R., Williams, B.M., and Burcin, M.M. (2014). An evaluation of
a college exercise leadership program using exercise science students as advocates for behavior
modification. Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 11(8), 1635-1639.

Williams, B.M., Guendouzi, J., Cook, B., and Hollander, D.B. (2014, May). Examination of
stage of readiness and social-cognitive determinants to help Lose Dat. Presented at the annual
conference of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), Orlando, FL.

Hollander, D.B., Sirikul, B., Williams, B.M., Henry, B., Rop, H., Brown, E.,Todesco, M.,
Hargett, A., Luwe, A., Smith, D., Fritscher, A., Martin, S., and Turner, E. (2013, July). The
impact of academic stress on changes in strength, circumference, and body mass during a 16
week strength training course. Presented at the annual conference of the National Strength and
Conditioning Association (NSCA), Las Vegas, NV.

Hebert, E., and Williams, B.M. (2013, June). An examination of the effect of attentional focus on
perceptual motor skill performance as a function of skill level. Presented at the annual
conference of the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity
(NASPSPA), New Orleans, LA.

Hollander, D.B., Williams, B.M., Sirikul, B, Henry, B., Brown, E.,Todesco, M., Hargett, A.,
Luwe, A., Smith, D., Fritscher, A., Martin, S., and Turner, E. (2013, June). I’m too stressed to
change!?!  The impact of academic stress on changes in body composition and strength during a
16 week strength training course. Presented at the annual conference of the North American

Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (NASPSPA), New Orleans, LA.
Williams, B.M., and Hebert, E. (2013, June). The effects of different attentional foci on
horizontal and vertical jump performance. Presented at the annual conference of the North
American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (NASPSPA), New Orleans, LA.