Dr. Jan Schroeder
Level: Assistant Professor
Year Hired: 1999
Position: Fitness Option Coordinator
363 - Theory and Analysis of Group Exercise
364 - Fitness for Adult Populations with Unique Health Considerations
367 - Fitness and the Aging Process
368 - Resistance Training for Fitness
467 - Fundamentals of Personal Training
469 - Fitness Management
489D - Fieldwork in Fitness
Ph.D., Exercise Physiology; University of Kansas; 1997
M.S., Exercise Physiology; California State University, Fullerton; 1994
B.A., Exercise Science; Chapman University; 1989
Kress, JL, Schroeder, JM, Potteiger, JA, and Haub, M. (1999). "The Use of Psychological Skills Training to Increase 10km Cycling Performance." International Sports Journal. 3(2), 44-54.
Schroeder, JM, Nau, KL, Osness, WH, and Potteiger, JA. (1998). "A comparison of life satisfaction, functional ability, physical characteristics, and activity level among older adults in various living settings." Journal of Aging and Physical Activity,6, 340-349.
Schroeder, JM, Heck, KL, and Potteiger, JA. (1997). "A Comparison of Three Fluid Replacement Strategies on Hydration Status During Prolonged Exercise." The Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology,22(1), 48-57.
Jan Schroeder, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at CSULB. She received her doctorate from the University of Kansas (1997) in the area of exercise physiology and gerontology. She has several research publications in the area of older adult fitness, as well as a book chapter in Exercise and the Older Adult. She is the Director for the Fitness Professional program offered by the department in conjunction with UCES and the director of the Golden Anchors program. The Golden Anchors Program is an exercise program for individuals over the age of 60 years. Dr. Schroeder is also the director of an exercise program at Leisure World.