Michael Hartman, PhD


PhD: Exercise Physiology, University of Oklahoma


AES 6200 – Applied Exercise Physiology

Research Interests

Neuromuscular adaptations associated with strength training
Overtraining syndrome
Talent identification and athlete development


Crossland, B.W., Hartman, Kilgore, Hartman, and Kaus. Upper-body anthropometric and strength measures and their relationship to start time in elite luge athletes. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 25(10), 2639-2644, 2012.

Hartman, M.J., Cramer, Ryan, and Bemben.  The effects of fatigue of the plantar flexors on peak torque and voluntary activation in untrained and resistance-trained men. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 25(2), 527-532, 2011.

Hartman, M.J., Clark, Bemben, Kilgore, and Bemben.  Comparisons between twice-daily training and single-daily training sessions in male weightlifters. International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 2(2):76-86, 2007.

Hartman, M.J., Fields, Byrne, and Hunter. Resistance training improves metabolic economy during functional tasks in older adults.  Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 21(1): 91-95, 2007.

Carlock, J.M., Smith, Hartman, Cirosolan, Morris, Pierce, Harmon, Newton, and Stone. The relationship between vertical jump power estimates and weightlifting ability: a field test approach.  Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 18(3): 534-539, 2004.