Category Archives: Physical Activity Program (PAP)

Alum teaches marathon training course featured in Minnesota Daily

The Minnesota Daily published a feature on a popular PE course taught by CEHD alumni and adjunct instructor, Chris Lundstrom (M.Ed., ’07). The course is offered through the School of Kinesiology.
PE 1262 Marathon Training, offered each Spring Semester, prepares students for running a marathon by the end of the semester. What’s unusual about this course is that students are logging data as they are training which may contribute to the research on the physical effects of long-distance running. Dr. Stacy Ingraham, Kinesiology lecturer and exercise physiologist, is heading up the research component of the class. Read the complete article here.

Kinesiology instructor places 12th in TC Marathon

An adjunct instructor in the School of Kinesiology, Chris Lundstrom finished 12th overall in this year’s Twin Cities Marathon with a time of 2:18:58, qualifying him for the Olympic Trials. This marathon was actually a “tune up” for him to run the New York City Marathon on November 1. Fittingly, Lundstrom teaches PE 1262: Marathon Training. In addition, he teaches conditioning courses and the Coaching & Theory of Track & Field in the Physical Activity Program. Congratulations, Chris!