Qualifications 

Bachelor of Human Movement Studies (Honours) - Southern Cross University, Lismore 

Bachelor of Health Science - Griffith University, Gold Coast 

Ph.D. (Exercise Science)- Griffith University, Gold Coast 

Associate Professor Justin Keogh originally trained as an exercise and sports scientist
with a strong research and translation interest in the benefits of exercise, particularly
resistance training in improving muscular function and athletic performance. This
research has focused on power sports such as powerlifting, rugby, sprinting, golf and
more recently strongman. His clinical research is focused on quantifying the treatment-
and sacropenic-related side-effects in cancer survivors and older adults, respectively.
This research is now focusing on those living in residential aged care or those with
prostate cancer; and in using exercise and nutritional interventions to improve their
health, physical function and quality of life. Since 2008, he has led projects examining
the barriers, facilitators and motives that cancer survivors and older adults have in
performing physical activity and how being physical activity is considered important in
their everyday lives. Such research has involved quantitative and qualitative components.

Cancer and Physical Activity

The lived experience of physically active older prostate cancer survivors on androgen deprivation therapy (with Valerie Wright-St Clair and Wanda Malcolm), The Aging Male (2013)
 

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Quantitative assessment of quality of life in New Zealand prostate cancer survivors: the effect of androgen deprivation therapy (with C U. Kr├Ągeloh, D Shepherd, C Ryan, S Osborne, J Masters, and R D. MacLeod), Journal of Cancer Research and Therapy (2013)
 

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Perceived barriers and facilitators to physical activity in men with prostate cancer: Possible influence of androgen deprivation therapy (with Asmita Patel, R D. MacLeod, and J Masters), European Journal of Cancer Care (2013)
 

Older Adults and Physical Activity

Book Shelf [Review of the book Exercise for frail elders (2nd ed)], Australasian Journal on Ageing (2014)
 

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Objective benefits, participant perceptions and retention rates of a New Zealand community-based, older-adult exercise programme (with John Rice, Denise Taylor, and Andrew Kilding), Journal of Primary Health Care (2014)
 

Objective and subjective benefits of a community-based, older adult multi-component exercise programme (with John Rice, Denise Taylor, and Andrew Kilding), Journal of Primary Health Care (2014)
 

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General practitioner's views on the role of pedometers in health promotion (with Asmita Patel, Gregory S. Kolt, and Grant M. Schofield), Journal of Primary Health Care (2014)
 

Community integration following traumatic brain injury: A systematic review of the clinical implications of measurement and service provision for older adults (with Linda Ritchie, Valerie Wright-St Clair, and Marion Gray), Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (2014)
 

Exercise and Sports Biomechanics

Regression models of sprint, vertical jump, and change of direction performance (with Paul A. Swinton, Ray Lloyd, Ioannis Agouris, and Arthur D. Stewart), Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (2014)
 

Practical applications of biomechanical principles in resistance training: Neuromuscular factors and relationships (with Jason Lake and Paul A. Swinton), Journal of Fitness Research (2014)
 

Retrospective injury epidemiology of strongman athletes (with Paul W. Winwood, Patricia A. Hume, and John B. Cronin), The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (2014)
 

Assessing the variation in the load that produces maximal upper-body power (with Christos K. Argus, Nicholas D. Gill, and Will G. Hopkins), Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (2014)
 

Kinematics of shot-put, discus and javelin throwing in paralympic athletes (with Brendan Burkett), Routledge handbook of ergonomics in sport and exercise (2014)