Kyle Stull, DHSc


DHSc, A.T. Still University
Master of Rehabilitation Science. California University of Pennsylvania
Bachelor of Sports Management. California University of Pennsylvania


AES 6400 Principles of Fitness & Health Promotion
AES 6420 Program Design in Fitness & Health Promotion
AES 6460 Business Development & Entrepreneurship in Fitness & Health
AES 6500 Principles of Human Movement Science
AES 6520 Program Design in Corrective Exercise Training
AES 6600 Principles of Sports Performance Training
AES 6620 Program Design in Sports Performance Training

Research Interests

Self-myofascial release/foam rolling
Influence of mobility on Performance and Biomechanics
Optimal instructional techniques for fitness professionals


Cheatham, S.W., Stull, K.R., Batts, W., & Ambler-Wright, T. (2019). Roller massage: Comparing the therapeutic effects between an instructional video and a self-administered program using two different density roller balls. Human Kinetics. [Epub ahead of print].

Cheatham, S.W., & Stull, K.R. (2018). Comparison of three different density type foam rollers on knee range of motion and pressure pain threshold: A randomized controlled trial. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 13(3), 474-482

Cheatham, S.W., & Stull, K.R. (2018). Comparison of a foam rolling session with active joint motion and without joint motion: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Bodywork & Movement Therapies, 22, 707-712.

Cheatham, S.W., & Stull, K.R. (2018). Roller massage: A commentary on clinical standards and survey of physical therapy professionals – Part I. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 13(4), 763-772.

Cheatham, S.W., Stull, K.R., Fantigrassi, M. & Montel, I. (2017). Hip musculoskeletal conditions and associated factors that influence squat performance: A systematic review. Journal of Sport Rehabilitation, 1-31.

Stull, K.R. (2018). The complete guide to foam rolling. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics

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