Brendan Rickert, MS, HFS is a Clinical Exercise Scientist at Sacred Heart
University. 

Professional interests: Sport performance, specifically running, cardiorespiratory and
pulmonary rehabilitation. 

Degrees and Certifications: M.S. Exercise Science and Nutrition, Sacred Heart University;
B.S. Exercise Science, Sacred Heart University; Health Fitness Specialist, American
College of Sports Medicine; CPR and First Aid, American Red Cross. 

Presentations

Effect of Body Weight Support on Temperospatial Running Mechanics (with Matthew F. Moran and Andrew Sullivan), 59th Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine (2012)
 

Thesis

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Tibial Acceleration in Male and Female Distance Runners in Reduced Body Weight Conditions, Master's Theses (2012)

Seventy-two percent of all stress fractures in athletes come from running, which can cause an...

 

Popular Press

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SHU Launches Life and Sport Analysis Clinic, Sacred Heart University News Story (2013)

The clinic works with clients and patients using contemporary-based research to investigate each individual’s goals...