Dr. Kenji Kenno
Phone : (519) 253 - 3000 ext: 2444
Office: H.K. Building, Room 232
B.P.E. (Lakehead University)
M.H.K. (University of Windsor)
Ph.D. (University of Toledo)
Dr. Kenno has been a valued faculty member in the Department of Kinesiology since 1984, teaching all of the undergraduate and graduate exercise physiology courses. Originally interested in basic animal research, he has now switched to a more applied human performance research ranging from working with graduate students on resistive and anaerobic training programs and evaluation protocols, and the Windsor-Essex Cardiac Rehabilitation program, to examining fatigue in working muscle. One of Kinesiology’s most devoted and effective teachers, Dr. Kenno is particularly noted for his thorough and demanding examinations.
Key Scholarly Activities:
Hazell, T.J., Jakobi, J.M., & Kenno, K.A. (2007). The Effects of Whole-Body Vibration on Upper- and Lower- Body EMG During Static and Dynamic Contractions. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, 32, 1156-1163.
Hazell, T., Kenno, K., & Jakobi, J. (2007). Functional Benefit of Power Training for Older Adults. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 15, 349-359.
Singh-Peters L, Jones G.R., Kenno K., & Jakobi J.M. (2007) Physical Activity and Gender Necessary Factors when Assessing Functional Ability in Persons with Type 2 Diabetes. Can J Diab. 31:357-364
Hunt, M. and K,A, Kenno. Effects of Acute 2 Day versus 5 Day Creatine
Monohydrate Loading on Anaerobic Exercise Performance. (in progress) 2004
McGowan, M. and Kenno, K.A. Comparison of the 30 second Wingate Anaerobic Bicycle Ergometer Protocol, 30 Second Run and the Repeated Anaerobic Sprint Test. (in progress) 2004