College of Education and Professional Studies

Dr. Brady Redus

Email: bredus@uco.edu

Phone: (405) 974-5232

Office: WAH 101A

Box: 189

Degrees

  • Ph.D. in Health Leisure and Human Performance, College of Education, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 2004
  • M.S. in Exercise Sciences, Bachelor of Arts Health and Human Performance, University of Oklahoma, Norman Oklahoma, 2001
  • B.S. in Community Health, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond Oklahoma, Oklahoma, 1998

General Information

Brady Redus, Ph.D. (Oklahoma State University, 2004) in Health and Human Performance and became a member of the Department of Kinesiology and Health Studies (KHS) at the University of Central Oklahoma in 2002. Before coming to Central, he taught as a graduate assistant for at the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University for a number of years.

Dr. Redus teaches courses primarily for the exercise fitness management majors, including Exercise Physiology, Applied Exercise Physiology, Applied Anatomy and Introduction to Kinesiology; at the undergraduate level. He worked in the field of exercise sciences for approximately 12 years before deciding to go back to school and pursue a doctorate degree in exercise sciences. He has taught over fifteen different courses for the KHS department since hired in 2002.

Publications

  • Aweau, J., Redus B., & Cone, T. (2014) Effects of Motivational Music on Perceived Exertion in Runners. (pending approval, submitted to SHAPE America for National Conference).
  • Cone, T., Redus, B. & Aweau, J. (2014) Impact of Heart Rate Feedback on Estimation of VO2 max (pending approval, submitted to SHAPE America for National Conference).
  • Redus, B., Daughetery, K & Aweau, J. (2014) Effects of embrocation oil on treadmill running time to exhaustion. American College of Sports Medicine. National Conference, Orlando FL.
  • Aweau-Clark, J., Redus, B. and Cone, T.  (2014) A Comparison of Body Mass index and health Fitness outcomes of College Students.  American College of Sports Medicine. National Conference, Orlando FL.Orlando, FL.  
  • Redus, B. & Cone, B. (2014)  Oxygen Consumption and Generalized Optimism Among College Physical Education Students. American College of Sports Medicine. National Conference, Orlando FL. Orlando, FL
  • Redus, B. & Cone, B. (2013) Computer Based Health Management System and Overall Optimism in College Age Students American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance National Convention. St. Louis, MO.
  • Redus, B. & Cone, B. (2013)  Impact of Overall fitness on Generalized Optimism, American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Convention, Charlotte, NC.
  • Redus, B., Cone, B. & Cowan, J. ( 2012)  Impact of Participation in High School Physical Education on BMI.  American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Convention. Boston, MA.
  • Headrick, S., Lay, S., Redus, B., & Cone, T. (2011)  Effective Methods to Measure Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity Among Oklahoma Physical Education Students. Cameron University in State Conference, Lawton Oklahoma.
  • Jacobson, B H., Redus, B., Palmer, T. (2005) An assessment of injuries in college cheerleading: distribution, frequency, and associated factors. Br J Sports Med. 39 (4): 237-40.
  • Stemm, J., Jacobson, BH. & Redus, B (2005) Comparisons of center of gravity deviation and swing tempo in elite golfers. The Sports Journal. Vol. 8(1) 137-41. Poster Presentation American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting. Kansas City, MO, May 1-3, 2004.
  • Jacobson BH, Oney B, Redus B, Edgley B, Kulling F, Gemmell HA. (2004) A comparison of perceived backpack comfort using two rating systems. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 99, 171-178.
  • Jacobson BH, Hubbard M, Redus B, Price S, Palmer T, Purdie R, Altena T. (2004) An assessment of high school cheerleading: Injury distribution, frequency, and associated factors. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sport Physical Therapy. 34:261-265.
  • Jacobson BH, Cook D, Redus B. (2003) Correlation between body mass index and percent body fat of trained body builders. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 96, 931-932.
  • Jacobson BH. & Redus B. (2004) Injury assessment of College Female Cheerleaders, Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 36(5): S276. Poster Presentation at the National ACSM Meeting in Indianapolis, IN, June 2-5, 2004.
  • Redus, B. (2005) Oxygen Consumption during Transportation Of Varying Loads Via Backpack Between College Aged Males And Females” Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Volume 37:5 Supplement. Poster Presentation at the National ACSM Meeting. Denver, CO, May 31 - June 3, 2006.
  • Redus, B. (2005) Comparison of Oxygen Uptake During Graded Treadmill Walking. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. Volume 45:8 Supplement. Poster Presentation at the Central States Chapter ACSM Regional Meeting, Kansas City, MO: October, 2005.
  • Redus, B & Jacobson, B.H. (2004) Gender differences in Vo2, forward trunk lean and rating of perceived exertion during load carriage. Poster Presentation at the American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting. Kansas City, MO, May 1-3, 2004.
  • Jacobson BH, Redus B, Altena T. (2003) Rates and selected determinants of injuries in high school cheerleading. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 35(5): S279. Poster Presentation at the National ACSM Meeting in San Francisco,CA, May 27-30, 2003
  • Redus, B. Comparison of strength of cross sectional leg mass between younger and older men. Poster Presentation at the National ACSM Meeting in San Francisco,CA, May 27-30, 2003
  • Redus, B. Comparison of peak force between younger and older men during a leg press. Poster Presentation at the Central States Chapter ACSM Regional Meeting, Kansas City, MO October, 11-12, 2002.
  • Jacobson, B.H. Hubbard, M. and Redus, B., Altena, T. Associated factors in high school cheerleading injuries. Poster Presentation at the Central States Chapter ACSM Regional Meeting, Kansas City, MO October, 11-12, 2002.