Research Study Through the Exercise Science Research Center

The Exercise Science Research Center is looking for males (age 18-59) who are interested in participating in a research study.

The study is comparing smokers and nonsmokers and determining how their bodies respond to exercise in the heat. This will involve a Familiarization Visit (about 1 hour) and an Experimental Visit (about 3 hours). Upon completion, you will recieve a detailed report of your body composition, learn about your body's ability to exercise in the heat and recieve $50. 

Please email: mrupton@uark.edu for more information.

Contacts

Martha Upton, student
Kinesiology Program
901-831-0052, mrupton@uark.edu

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