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Alyse Freeman Biography

A two-time alum of the California State University (CSU), Alyse earned her bachelor’s degree in physical education, (Pre-Physical Therapy), from CSU Dominguez Hills, and her master’s degree in kinesiology, (Exercise Science), from CSU Long Beach. There, she promoted physical activity as a vital sign of health as president of the award-winning, gold-level recognized, student-run organization, Exercise Is Medicine – On Campus. In addition to her work as an Exercise Physiologist, Alyse is the Kinesiology Consultant for Esports at CSUDH, and as a video game lover, sports enthusiast, and health fitness professional, she is a proponent of merging sports medicine and strength training principles into the training of those in the general population and gaming community.

Alyse is adjunct faculty at CSU Dominguez Hills, teaching in their Kinesiology undergraduate program. Having also been certified as a Personal Trainer, Alyse is passionate about patient education, and values opportunities where she can guest lecture or speak to varying communities about the benefits of exercise and its effect on their physical, metabolic, and mental health. Her current research interests include physical activity epidemiology, metabolic and musculoskeletal disorders associated with physical inactivity and sedentary lifestyles, practical countermeasures to prolonged sitting, and ergonomics. Additionally, Alyse is a dual member of the National Strength & Conditioning Association and the American College of Sports Medicine, where she also serves as a volunteer for its Southwest regional chapter. Her goal is to help people live happy, well-balanced lives, and provide them with the tools they need to effectively improve their health, fitness, and overall well-being.

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