Instructor of Clinical Sciences, Kinesiology and Public Health
Kelsey Miller’s teaching interests and experience are in sports performance, personal training, program design, strength and conditioning, sports psychology, and nutrition. She has experience performing fitness assessments with professional athletes from the St. Louis Cardinals and the Anaheim Ducks. She is passionate about bridging the gap between research science and practice, and aims to provide the most up-to-date, relevant information from the literature to her students using a variety of teaching tools and techniques. She is passionate about helping students explore God’s unique design in the human body within the context of human movement, and encourages them to embrace their strengths, learn from their weaknesses, and pursue their passions for the glory of God.
Her research experience focuses on human performance involving foam rolling, sprint speed, and range of motion and interests include sports performance, strength and conditioning, nutrition and exercise and cancer.