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Lynn Kabaroff - Cambrian College. Sudbury, ON, CA

Lynn Kabaroff Lynn Kabaroff

Professor, Physical Fitness Management | Cambrian College

Sudbury, ON, CANADA

Lynn Kabaroff is a registered kinesiologist with extensive knowledge in sports injuries and physical fitness.

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Biography

Lynn Kabaroff is a professor in the Physical Fitness Management Program at Cambrian College.

She is also a registered kinesiologist; and
President, College of Kinesiologists of Ontario.

She has in-depth and extensive knowledge of sports trauma injuries, exercise for specialized populations, physical fitness, personal training and anatomy.

She has over 20 years experience in training and teaching. She has instructed at Laurentian University and has been a professor at Cambrian College since 2013.

Industry Expertise (6)

Health and Wellness Education/Learning Research Alternative Medicine Fitness Professional Training and Coaching

Areas of Expertise (9)

Sports Science Childhood Obesity Anthropometric Measurements Physical Activity Body Mass Index Nutrition Physiotherapy Exercise Science Gerontology

Education (2)

Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario: Honours Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology 1995

Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario: Master of Human Kinetics, School of Human Kinetics 2010

Affiliations (1)

  • Council of the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario

Media Appearances (1)

Sudbury volunteer at Parapan Am Games

CBC Morning North  radio

2015-08-12

Host Megan Thomas speaks to a Sudbury volunteer who is helping out at the Parapan Am games. Lynn Kabaroff teaches in the Physical Fitness Management program at Cambrian College and will be able to apply her experiences back in the classroom.

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Articles (3)

Photographic Examination of Student Lunches in Schools Using the Balanced School Day Versus Traditional School Day Schedules Infant Child and Adolescent Education

2013-01-01

Background. Canadian schools have broadly adopted a schedule where school days are divided into 3 blocks with 2 breaks. Given childhood obesity rates, changes affecting diet should be examined. The aim of this study was to (1) compare calories and composition of lunches from students attending schools, using different schedules; and (2) analyze elementary student lunches. Methods. Diary logs and photographs were taken of lunches on 4 days...

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Evaluating the Reliability of Assessing Home-Packed Food Items Using Digital Photographs and Dietary Log Sheets Journal of Nutrition Education and Behaviour

2013-01-01

Objective: To assess the reliability of manual data entry for home-packed food items by using digital photographs and dietary log sheets...

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The analysis of a group-mediated cognitive-behavioral corporate physical activity intervention Conférence de l’École des sciences de l’activité physique Résumés

2012-01-01

Objective: To describe and evaluate the use of a group-mediated cognitive behavioral (GMCB) exercise intervention approach within a corporate environment.Participants: Twenty ( n_{males} =17, n_{females} =3) employees from two departments within a large Canadian resource company took part in the study. The average age was 43.50 years (SD=8.60, range=29 to 60) for males and 49.70 years (SD)=6.40, range=45 to 57) for females...

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