Graduated/commissioned from USMA in 1994 (Aviation). After completing initial entry rotary wing aviation (flight school) training, various assignments as a rated UH-1 and CH-47 pilot, including platoon leader, assistant operations officer, company commander, and battalion executive officer. Served in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom and New Dawn as a Deputy Chief, Stability Transition Team, in Ninewa Province. Previously assigned as an Instructor in DPE from 2003-06.
Ph.D., Exercise Physiology, University of Georgia (2013); M.Ed., Exercise Science, University of Georgia (2003); B.S., Life Sciences, U.S. Military Academy (1994)
Gist, N.H., M.V. Fedewa, R.K. Dishman and K.J. Cureton. A systematic review and meta-analysis: Effects of sprint interval training on aerobic capacity. In review.Gist, N.H., E.C. Freese and K.J. Cureton. Comparison of physiological responses to two high-intensity intermittent exercise protocols. In review.Freese, E.C., N.H. Gist and K.J. Cureton. Physiological responses to an acute bout of sprint interval cycling. J. Strength Cond. Res. 2013.
High-intensity interval training; Cardiorespiratory and metabolic aspects of exercise
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