Scott Stevens, B.Sc., M.A., R. Kin
I have had the privilege of working at the Brock-Niagara Centre for Health and Well-Being since July of 2013. My previous work experience was as a Kinesiologist at the Shaver Hospital for 11 years within the orthopedic and neurological units. I was attracted to the position at Brock to help individuals with their fitness goals and work on the preventative side of medicine.
Outside of work, I enjoy swimming, cycling, running and spending time with my family.
B.Sc. Health and Human Performance, University of Louisiana at Monroe 1993
Minors – Teaching and Biology
M.A. Kinesiology, University of Western Ontario 1995
Ontario College of Kinesiologists – Registration 10331
Buckolz, E., Stevens, S.A., O’Donnell, C., Van Damme, J., & McAuliffe, J. (1997). On the absence of response interference in choice reaction time tasks: Higher probable events. Human Movement Science 16: 567-595.
Buckolz, E., O’Donnell, C., McAuliffe, J., & Stevens, S. (1997). The spatial precue effect for foveal detection/recognition tasks. Ergonomics 40: 761-776.
Justin Parro, B.Sc., M.Sc., R. Kin
I have enjoyed working at the Brock-Niagara Centre for Health and Well-Being since December 2014. My time at Brock expands much further back as I have completed an undergraduate degree in the Department of Kinesiology and a Masters degree within the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences. I currently operate and coach at Crossfit St. Catharines. I have always been a competitive athlete in baseball (4 years with the Brock Badgers), hockey, and now Crossfit. I also work for the Toronto Blue Jays in their community outreach program with the amateur baseball academy.
This current opportunity with the Brock-Niagara Centre for Health and Well-Being is extremely rewarding as I have a role in the growth of this unique Centre that reaches out to the Niagara community in so many ways, helping various populations in the pursuit of good health and improved quality of life.
BSc Kinesiology – Brock University 2007
MSc Applied Health Sciences (Kinesiology) – Brock University 2014
Ontario College of Kinesiologists – Registration 14000
Crossfit L1 Trainer
Licensed by the Professional Coaching Department of the Coaching Association of Canada
Green, L. A., Parro, J. P., and Gabriel, D. A. (2014). Beneficial effects of serial contractions on muscle performance after a brief period of rest. European Journal of Applied Physiology 114: 1657-1665.
Green, L. A., Parro, J. P., and Gabriel, D. A. (2014). Quantifying the familiarization period for maximal resistive exercise. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 39: 275-281.