Boe Burrus, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Sport & Physical Education

Dr. Boe Burrus has a Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology and primarily teaches all of the physiology and most of the science-based courses within the Kinesiology major including: Anatomy and Physiology I and II, Physiology of Exercise, Exercise and Sport Nutrition,...

Boe Burrus
Dr. Boe Burrus has a Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology and primarily teaches all of the physiology and most of the science-based courses within the Kinesiology major including: Anatomy and Physiology I and II, Physiology of Exercise, Exercise and Sport Nutrition, Structural Kinesiology, Exercise Testing and Exercise Prescription. His research interests include the physiological assessment of endurance sports and novel methods to improve endurance performance.  Dr. Burrus has published research on the use of ergogenic aids to improve physiological parameters during endurance exercise, and research exploring different strategies to implement during recovery when performing repeated bouts of exercise.  His current research has been focused on the manipulation of bicycle crank arm length as well as investigating the critical power concept within the sport of cycling.  Dr. Burrus is a member of the American College of Sports Medicine and is a certified Exercise Physiologist within the organization.