Many college students spend the majority of their college careers trying to balance rigorous schedules that include studying, socializing and taking care of their health by maintaining a balanced diet and getting enough rest and exercise.
Most students find it difficult to find time for each of those things, and often times, taking care…Continue
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If you're into exercise and the way the body moves, Exercise Science is the track for you to choose.
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In the College of Education and the Department of Kinesiology, Exercise Science "...prepares students for professional programs such as medicine, physical therapy and occupational therapy and for graduate study in exercise science sub-disciplines…Continue
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Hang around the Student ACT long enough and you might catch a glimpse of students swinging around an oddly-shaped weight.
"The best way to describe it is a cannonball with a handle," said Nolan Griffin, a Kettle Bells I Instructor for the Auburn Student ACT Center. "They are usually made out of cast iron ranging from weights of 5 to 100 pounds."
The cannon-ball-shaped weight first appeared in Russia in the early 1700s. Kettle bells…
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Welcome to Auburn University’s College of Education, where opportunities abound for those aspiring to build better futures for all as tomorrow’s teachers, administrators, health specialists, and human development professionals. With 23 undergraduate and 37 graduate degree options, our program can be a springboard to practically any career you can imagine.
The College of Education offers a wide range of majors to its students. In fall 2009, the college enrolled…Continue
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