Kristen C. Snyman, PhD


  • Ph.D. Exercise Physiology and Nutrition, University of Nebraska
  • M.S. Exercise Physiology, California State University
  • B.A. Cognitive Sciences, Cum Laude, University of California


  • AES6200 – Applied Exercise Physiology
  • AES6860 – Seminar in Strength and Conditioning
  • HHP7000 – Cardiovascular Responses to Exercise
  • HHP7010 – Neuromuscular Responses to Exercise

Research Interests

  • Exercise physiology, fatigue thresholds, endurance performance
  • Muscle function, neuromuscular fatigue, electromyography
  • Mechanomyography, the perception of effort, and strength and neuromuscular adaptations in older adults


  • Bergstrom, H.C., Housh, T.J., Cochrane-Snyman, K.C., Jenkins, N.D.M., Byrd, M.T., Switalla, J.R., Schmidt, R.J., Johnson, G.O., Cramer, J.T. A model for identifying intensity zones above critical velocity. Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research. 2017 Dec, 31(12):3260-3265.
  • Hill, E.C., Housh, T.J., Smith, C.M., Cochrane, K.C., Jenkins, N.D.M., Schmidt, R.J., Johnson, G.O. The effects of work-to-rest ratios on torque, electromyographic and mechanomyographic responses to fatiguing workbouts. International Journal of Exercise Science. 2017 July, 10(4):580-591.
  • Jenkins, N.D.M., Miramonti, A.A., Hill, E.C., Smith, C.M., Cochrane-Snyman, K.C., Housh, T.J., Cramer, J.T. Greater neural adaptations following high-versus low resistance training. Frontiers in Physiology. 2017 May, 29;8:331.