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Recruiting Exercising Adults for a Research Study

Recruiting young (18-35 yrs) and old (50 – 70 yrs) men and women to participate in a resistance exercise study


The goal of this research project is to better understand how age impacts the vascular, fatigue, muscle damage and recovery responses to resistance exercise.


Faculty and students from the Exercise and Sport Science and Biology Departments at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse

What will you be asked to do?

3 Total Visits all in Mitchel Hall:

  • Screening and Familiarization visit
    • Measure body composition
    • Measure 5-RM for the leg press
  • Acute resistance exercise test with next day follow-up
    • Venous blood draws, measures of force output and vascular function

What you receive

  • Health screening data including body composition, glucose and cholesterol



  • Young (18-35 yrs) and old (50 – 70 yrs) women and men who regularly participate in resistance exercise including the lower body
  • Are free of chronic heart, lung, kidney, and autoimmune diseases
  • Have no restrictions on participating in rigorous exercise


Jonah Zoschke


University of Wisconsin – La Crosse IRB approval #22-DF-225

Related campus initiatives

Greater La Crosse community


Past occurrences (1)

  • 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 5 to 11 a.m. Friday, May 3


Mitchell Hall

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University of Wisconsin - La Crosse Mitchell Hall


For questions about this event or to request disability accommodations , contact Daniel Freidenreich at 608.785.6538 or


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