Hannah Meyer joined the LSI family after receiving her Masters’s Degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse. During her time at La Crosse, Hannah spent time researching the popular RPE scale and its feasibility of use across different exercise modes. Her hard work paid off and Hannah is now a published author! You can read more about Hannah’s findings in the International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance. Click here to read the full article.
As temperatures rise across the US, many people are heading outdoors to enjoy the warmer weather. For those planning to incorporate exercise into their time spent in the sun, it is important to understand and consider the various factors that can lead to heat-related injury. To learn more, click here to read “Effects of Heat, Humidity, and Dew Point on Outdoor Activities”.
Most hospitals and medical offices continue to require patients and visitors to wear face masks to help protect against the spread of Covid-19. For patients attending cardiopulmonary rehab, the idea of exercising while wearing a face mask may be daunting. Check out our latest resource document for ways to help patients acclimate.
It is well documented that patients with cardiovascular risk factors, known cardiovascular disease, or COPD are at higher risk for contracting COVID-19 so it should come as no surprise that patients in a cardiopulmonary rehab program may be required to wear a face mask during visits. Since many of these patients already have difficulty breathing, it is imperative that staff set proper expectations.Read more »