The Science of Warning Lights

Anderson and Plecas, Journal of Criminal Justice Research. 1(2), 1-10, 2010. Literature would support the uniform use of warning lights on vehicles that require motorist to perform similar actions. Familiarity of warning light colour and colour combinations, the vehicles that use each, and the response expected allows for an automated response by a driver when […]



Anderson in Sweden

Greg is spending time in Sweden to present a series of seminars in bona fide occupational requirements, police office stress, and children’s participation in elite sport programs. Seminars are hosted by the School of Education and the Department of Sports Medicine at Umea University, in Umea Sweden. November  8th     Police officer physical abilities determination and testing November 11th    Lunchtime […]



Canadian Personal Training Survey

Anderson GS, Elliott B, Woods N.The Canadian Personal Training Survey  JEPonline 2010;13(5):19-28. This study examined variability in service provision, knowledge and beliefs of Canadian personal trainers across levels of certification and education. All data were collected online over an eight-month period, and included demographical data, nutrition, weight management, physical activity, and general wellness knowledge, beliefs […]



Pre-Event Massage for Increased Power Performance

Anderson and Forde to research the effects of massage on performance thanks to a Massage Therapy of BC Seed Grant. Massage has been used as a therapeutic modality for centuries in various capacities, including a long tradition in sport preparation and recovery. However, little research either supports or refutes the use of massage in a […]



Antigua: Its Not a Holiday

In Antigua 15 UFV students will work along side Antigua teachers to touch the lives of  students, and in return, have their lives touched by them… past students coment on the powerful experiences they have had through working with children, teachers and administrators while delivering lesson plans based on best practices in education in a […]



Dynamic Warm Up

Anderson, Behm, Brandenburg, and Twist presented a Symposia on Dynamic Warm Up to a packed audience at the CSEP 2009 conference held in Vancouver Nov 11-14th, 2009.  Topics covered ranged from the practical questions surrounding warm up for preparing muscles for activity, to static stretching, pre-exercise movement, to the practical application of the science. The Symposia […]



CSEP 2009 a Success

The Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology conference held in Vancouver Nov 11-14th was a huge success with more speakers, and delegates than any previous conference. Anderson, and Co-Chairs of the Organizing Committee Drs. Warburton and Bredin worked to bring the conference to Vancouver pre-Olympics for two years, and are pleased with its success and thank the […]



Anderson Delivers Coach Education

Greg Anderson delivered three modules of the Fraser Valley Level IV National Coaching Certification, in coordination with Pacific Sport – Fraser Valley and the National Coaching Institute – Victoria.  Greg delivered modules on bioenergetics, long term athlete development, and environmental physiology.


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Emergency Warning Lights

Anderson, G.S. and D. Plecas. Emergency Warning Lights: A Review. Blue Line. In Press, 2009. Coming soon is a review of  emergency warning lights that describes the response that we can expect to different combinations of strobe light color and frequency.



Credible Fitness Information on the Net?

Anderson, G.S. and A. Vogel. How to find credible research on the net. Fitness Business Canada. 10(1): 32-34, 2009. Anderson and Vogel published a paper on sourcing credible health and fitness information on the internet. This topic has been presented by Greg Anderson at CanFitPro in the past, providing fitness practitioners useful information on how […]

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