Associate Professor of Exercise Physiology
Coordinator of Clinical Education, Exercise Physiology
I started teaching in the exercise physiology program at Lynchburg College in the fall of 2006. I have been teaching at the collegiate level since 1988, as a graduate assistant at Auburn University, an assistant and associate professor at a regional university in South Carolina, and now at Lynchburg College.
- PhD, Exercise Physiology – Auburn University, March 1995
- MS, Exercise Physiology – Auburn University, December 1990
- BS, Physical Education, Teacher Certification K-12 – Stetson University, May 1987
- HPE102 Concepts for Exercise and Lifetime Wellness
- HP 270 Nutrition
- EXPH 326 Advanced Exercise Physiology
- EXPH 370 Sports Nutrition
- EXPH 425 Advanced Health and Fitness Evaluation and Programming
- EXPH 450 Issues and Research in Exercise Physiology
- I am also the clinical coordinator for exercise physiology majors completing their internships (EXPH 415).
- Wellness for Life
- Anatomy and Physiology of Human Movement with laboratory experience
- Physiology of Exercise with laboratory experience
- Exercise Testing, Prescription, and Leadership for Apparently Healthy Populations
- Research Techniques
- Directed Research
- Energy metabolism and performance
- Lactate metabolism
Dissertation topic: Lactate transport in sarcolemmal giant vesicles from canine skeletal muscle.
Thesis topic: Actual and predicted energy costs for females walking one mile level, uphill, downhill, and mixed.
Dr. Kremer enjoys many outdoor activities: hiking, mountain biking, road cycling, running, geocaching, adventure racing, duathlons, triathlons, and road races. If these outdoor activities take place after sunset or if her dogs can join her, that simply adds to the fun! For her, the best way to spend a day is hiking, kayaking, and hanging out at Smith Mountain Lake with family and the dogs.