Peter Ronai, MS, ACSM RCEP, CSCS-D, FACSM. 

Degrees: B.S., Health Science/Public Health, Southern Connecticut State University; 

M.S., Exercise Physiology/Exercise Science, Southern Connecticut State University. 

Research interests: Post-rehabilitation conditioning, Re-conditioning. 

Honors, Awards & Fellowship: Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine; 

Member-American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM’s) Health & Fitness Journal
Editorial Review Board; 

Co-editor ACSM's Certified News Continuing Education Journal; 

"Special Populations" Column Editor, Strength and Conditioning Journa l-
National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA); 

Past-President and Current Trustee of the New England Chapter of the American College of
Sports Medicine (NEACSM); 

Member of American College of Sports Medicine Committee on Certification and Registry
Boards (CCRB); 

Member of American College of Sports Medicine Annual Health & Fitness Summit and
Exposition Program Committee. 

Articles

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Exercise Guidelines for Persons With Multiple Sclerosis (with Tom LaFontaine and Lance Bollinger), Faculty Publications (2011)

Multiple Scerlosis (MS) is a progressive neurological disorder that can limit a person's ability to...

 

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Multiple Sclerosis and Exercise (with Tom LaFontaine), Faculty Publications (2011)

Exercise is beneficial to persons with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) to improve walking ability, energy levels,...

 

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Peripheral Arterial Disease: Exercise Is Medicine (with Paul Sorace and James R. Churilla), Faculty Publications (2010)

LEARNING OBJECTIVE: Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) significantly affects quality of life, particularly when doing activities...

 

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Resistance Training for Cardiac Patients: Maximizing Rehabilitation (with Paul Sorace and James R. Churilla), Faculty Publications (2008)

Resistance training (RT) is safe for selected cardiac rehabilitation patients and provides a number of...