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Joe Malone

Joe Malone

Professor
Middle Tennessee State University
USA

Biography

Joe Malone has been at Middle Tennessee State University since 2005. He has taught classes that range from Health and Wellness to Fitness Education for the Adult. Dr. Malone created a new course in 2012 called Women’s Personal Conditioning which has been highly successful and effective. He holds a Ph.D. in Health and Human Performance with a minor in Neuropsychology from Middle Tennessee State University. He has also earned national certifications as a Personal Trainer, Lifestyle and Weight Management Consultant and Fitness Educator. He is the former Chair of the Nashville Community Health and Wellness Team and the current Topic Network Chair for Health Promotion for the Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood. His area of specialization is premenopausal women’s wellness, particularly college women’s wellness as related to female neuropsychology and lifestyle development. Dr. Malone has over 20 years of experience working with females. Beginning in the mid-1990’s he was a Personal Trainer primarily to women who ranged in age from their teens to their 30s and early 40s which has given him a longitudinal perspective on the importance of healthy lifestyle development for young women. Starting in 2007 he began to focus on life coaching college-age women. During this time he has learned a great deal about the adult developmental pathway of females. He founded a nonprofit organization to promote young women’s wellness in 2008. His research interests center around the fitness adherence, optimal nutrition, social support/stress reduction, general wellness behavior and safety of college-age females.

Research Interest

the fitness adherence, optimal nutrition, social support/stress reduction, general wellness behavior and safety of college-age females.