Kerry Stephen Seiler
- +47 38141347
- I2002 (Gimlemoen 25, Kristiansand)
Fakultet for helse- og idrettsvitenskap
- Born 1965
- Masters in Exercise Science, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville 1987
- PhD in Kinesiology (Exercise physiology and Exercise biochemistry), University of Texas, at Austin 1995
- Faculty of Health and Sport, University of Agder since 1997
- Research consultant, Sorlandet Regional Hospital, since 2003
- Research consultant, Norwegian Olympic Federation since 2011
- Physiological adaptations to training
- Intensity and duration interactions for optimization of endurance training
- Neuromuscular adaptations to strength training, role of instability
- Perceptual responses to exercise
Seiler, K.S. & Sjursen, J.E. The impact of work bout duration on physiological and perceptual responses to interval training. Scand. J Med. Sci. Sports 14:318-325, 2004.
Fiskestrand, Å. & Seiler K.S. Evolution of training and performance characteristics among Norwegian international elite rowers, 1970-2001. Scand. J Med. Sci. Sports 14:303-310, 2004.
Seiler, K.S & Hetlelid, K.J. Impact of rest duration on physiological and RPE responses during interval training Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 37(9):1601-1607, 2005.
Seiler K.S. & Kjerland, G. Ø. Quantifying training load in endurance athletes. A model based on cross-country skiers. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sport 16:49-56. 2006.
Seiler S. One hundred and fifty years of rowing faster. Sportscience 10, 12-45, 2006.
Seiler, S, de Koning, J. J., & Foster C. The fall and rise in the gender difference in elite anerobic performance 1952-2006. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 39(3), 534-540, 2007.
Seiler S, Haugen O, Kuffel E. Autonomic recovery after exercise in trained athletes: intensity and duration effects. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 39(8):1366-1373, 2007.
Gullich, A, Seiler, S, Emrich, E. Training methods and intensity distribution of young world class rowers. Int. J. Sports Physiol. Performance. 4(4):448-460, 2009.
Seiler S & Tønnessen, E. Intervals, Thresholds, and Long Slow Distance: the Role of Intensity and Duration in Endurance Training. Sportscience 13, 32-53, 2009 (sportsci.org/2009/ss.htm).
Sæterbakken A, van den Tilaar R, Seiler S. A functional core stability program improves throwing velocity. J. Strength and Conditioning Research. (in press).
Gullich, A & Seiler S. Lactate profile changes in relation to training characteristics in elite cyclists. Int. J. Sports Physiology and Performance. 5: 316-327. 2010
Seiler, S. What is best practice for training intensity and duration distribution in endurance athletes? Int. J. Sports Physiology and Performance. 5: 276-291. 2010.
Seiler S, Jøranson K, Olesen BV, Hetlelid KJ. Adaptations To Aerobic Interval Training: Interactive Effects Of Exercise Intensity And Total Work Duration. (Scandinavian J. Med. Science Sports, online early 2011).
Other Professional Activities
Elected Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine
Exercise physiologist and training consultant to Team Telfort- Dutch Professional Speedskating team (2003-2007).
Scientific Consultant for Redcord AS (2005-2008).
Scientific Consultant for the Norwegian Olympic Federation
Associate Editor International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance
Associate Editor Journal of Sports Science and Medicine