Bohne, Michael J
Title:
Associate Professor - Exercise Science
Office:
PE 147C
Phone:
(801)863-8439
Fax:
(801)863-7082
Mail Code:
MS
Last Updated: 9/10/14 -

Michael J. Bohne

Utah Valley University

800 W University Parkway

PE 147C

Orem, Utah 84058

Phone: (801)863-8439(office)

 E-Mail: michael.bohne@uvu.edu

Professional Experience

 

2007-present          Utah Valley University                                                         Orem, UT

Associate Professor

n  Teaching undergraduate biomechanics, kinesiology, motor leanring and development, and research methods.

n  Scholarly and professional activities including research, presentations and publications

n  Undergraduate research coordinator for department

 

2003-2007               Western Illinois University                                              Macomb, IL

Assistant Professor

n  Teaching undergraduate biomechanics, anatomy and physiology and graduate measurement and statistics.

n  Scholarly and professional activities including research, presentations and publications

n  Assist with advising of undergrad students

 

2000-2003               University of Northern Colorado                                    Greeley, CO

Research/Teaching assistant: Biomechanics lab, lecture and activity classes

n  Teaching undergraduate biomechanics labs, several lectures, various activity classes, and supplemental instruction sessions.

n  Assist with advising of undergrad students and high school students for summer programs

n  Assist Dr. Gary D. Heise in research projects and grants.

 

2002-2003               Training Ground                                                               Greeley, CO

Strength and conditioning coach/biomechanical consultant and researcher

n  Training athletes for athletic performance

n  Conduct biomechanical research to help improve training techniques to improve performance and decrease incidence of injury.

1999-2000               Utah State University                                                          Logan, UT

Research/Teaching assistant: Biomechanics lab, lecture and activity classes

n  Teaching undergraduate biomechanics labs, several lectures, various activity classes, and supplemental instruction sessions.

n  Assist Dr. Julianne Abendroth-Smith in research projects and grants.

1998-2000               Utah State University                                                          Logan, UT

Volunteer research assistant

 

 

Education

 

 

2000-2005               University of Northern Colorado                                    Greeley, CO

Ph.D. in Sport and Exercise Science; Emphasis in biomechanics

Doctoral minor in Applied Statistics and Research Methods

 

1998-2000               Utah State University                                                          Logan, UT

Master of Science: Exercise science; Emphasis in biomechanics and exercise science

Thesis accepted:2002

Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation.

 

1994-1998               Utah State University                                                          Logan, UT

Bachelor of Science: Physical Education; Emphasis in exercise science

Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation

current manuscripts and publications

 

 

        

·              Hseih, C., Smith, J. Bohne, M., & Knudson, D. (2009) Factors related to students’ learning of biomechanical concepts. Submitted Sports Biomechanics.   July 2010.

·                Abendroth-Smith, J. & Bohne, M. Biomechanics of walking downhill with none, one and two trekking poles. In revision, Journal Sport Science and Medicine, Resubmitted August 2010.

·                Bohne, M., Dixon, G., & Abendroth, J. (2010) Trekking pole forces during downhill walking Published in the proceedings from the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, Marquette, Michigan 

 

·                Abendroth,  J., Dixon, & Bohne, M. (2009) Gender differences in instrumented trekking pole use during downhill walking. Published in the proceedings from the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, Limerick, Ireland(ISBN 978-1-907179-65-5).

 

·                Bohne, M. & Abendroth-Smith, J. (2007) The effects of hiking downhill using trekking poles while carrying external loads. Medicine Science Sport and Exercise. 39(1), 177-183.

Research presentations and abstracts

· LaSalle, T., Bohne, M., and Creer, A. (2013) Effect of Varus Wedge Utilization on Pedaling Mechanics in Trained Cyclists. Med Sci Sports and Exerc 45(5): S566.

· Bohne, M., Roach, K., Allphin, N., Creer, A., and Slack, J. (2013) Electromyographical Analysis of Barefoot, Minimalist, Zero-Drop, and Standard Running Shoes. Med Sci Sports and Exerc 45(5): S355.

· Creer, A., Roach, K., Rust, N., Slack, J., and Bohne, M. (2012) Metabolic Comparison BetweenBarefoot, Zero-Drop Shoe, and Standard Shoe Running in Well-Trained Runners. MedSci Sports and Exerc 44(5): S388.

· Bohne, M., Roach, K., Tranchell, J., Wartena, J., Slack, J., and Creer, A. (2012) Kinematic Comparison of Treadmill Running While Barefoot and in Standard and Zero-Drop Shoes. Med Sci Sports and Exerc 44(5): S351.

· Roach, K., Tranchell, J., Wartena, J., Creer, A, and Bohne M. (2012) Biomechnical Comparison of Treadmill Running While Barefoot and in Standard and Zero-Drop Shoes. National Conference for Undergraduate Research, Weber State University, Ogden,UT.

· Boyer, B., Bohne, M.  and Slack, J. V. (2011) A Comparative Analysis of the Perceived Priority of Professional Behaviors Between Undergraduate College Students and Graduate Programs in the Western United Stated in the Field of Exercise Science Western Society of Kinesiology and Wellness (WSKW).

· Farley, J., Cowley, J., Bohne, M. and Slack, J. (2010)Comparison of the Perfect Push-Up to Traditional Push-Up. (abstract)Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research and National Conference on Undergraduate Research.

· Capunay, S.S., Rymer, J., & Bohne, M. (2010) Relationship between anthropometric data and vertical jump performance. (abstract) Presented at Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research and National Conference on Undergraduate Research.

· Abendroth, J., Swigart, V., Dixon, G. & Bohne, M. (2009) The effects of continuous hiking pole use on acute static and dynamic balance of men and women hikers. (abstract) Presented at the American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.

· Bohne, M., Slack, J., Claybaugh, T., & Cowley J. (2009) A comparison of Perfect Push-Up to traditional push-up. Proceedings from the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, Limerick, Ireland.

· Claybaugh, T., Cowley, J., Bohne, M. & Slack, J. (2008) Comparison of muscle activity between perfect pushup and traditional method. (abstract) Presented at Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research and National Conference on Undergraduate Research.

· Abendroth-Smith,  J., Swigart, V. & Bohne, M. (2008) The acute effects of chronic trekking pole use on static and dynamic balance. (abstract) Presented at the North American Congress on Biomechanics, Ann Arbor, MI.

· Abendroth-Smith, J., Bohne, M., *Swigart, V., & *Levin, S. (2008) Hiking in the outdoors: a biomechanical comparison of setting and trekking pole use (abstract). Presented at the  American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, Abstract published in Medicine Science Sport and Exercise 40 (5) pp.S

· Abendroth-Smith, J., *Head, W., & Bohne, M. (2006) The effects of hiking poles on balance and valgus/varus knee angles in female hikers.  Proceedings of the 30th Annual meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, Blackburn , VA.

· Bohne, M., & Abendroth-Smith, J. (2006) Muscular changes resulting from pole use in loaded downhill walking. Proceedings from the annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Denver, CO.,  Medicine Science Sport and Exercise 37(5).

· Cohen, C., Bohne, M., McMillan, C., & Graham, R. (2006) Overuse injuries in younger versus older high impact aerobic instructors. Proceedings from the annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Denver, CO.,Medicine Science Sport and Exercise 37(5).

· Bohne, M., Abendronth-Smith, J. & Heise, G. (2005) The Effects of hiking downhill using two trekking poles while carrying different external loads in a backpack. Proceedings of the XXth Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics with the 29th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, Cleveland, OH. pp. 970.

· Abendroth-Smith, J., Wright, B. & Bohne, M. (2005) Kinetic changes resulting in pole use during loaded downhill walking. Medicine Science Sport and Exercise, 36(5). pp. 1140

· Heise, G.D., Bohne, M., Hseih, C., & Jorden, R (2003) Examination of assumption of planar movements during running Proceedings of the 27th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, Toledo, OH.pp. 483.

· Abendroth-Smith, J. & Bohne, M. (2003) Kinetic patterns of seasoned downhill hikers using none, one and two hiking poles. Medicine Science Sport and Exercise, 34(5), pp. S98.

· Abendroth-Smith, J., & Bohne, M. (2002) Downhill hiking with the use of a single hiking pole vs. dual trekking poles. Proceedings from the World Congress of Biomechanics, Calgary, Ontario, Canada, pp. 160.

· Heise, G.D., Bohne, M. & Hseih, C.T. (2002) Differences in ankle and knee joint stiffness between strength-trained and aerobic-trained athletes when hopping at a preferred frequency. Proceedings from the World Congress of Biomechanics, Calgary, Ontario, Canada,pp. 212.

· Heise, G.D., Bohne, M. & Bressel, E. (2001) Muscle preactivation and leg stiffness in men and women during hoping Proceedings from the annual meeting the American Society of Biomechanics, San Diego, CA. Pp. 145-146.

· Abendroth-Smith, J., & Bohne, M. (2001). Kinetic gait patterns and gender differences in downhill hiking on four different gradients.Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 33 (5), pp. S102.

· Abendroth-Smith, J., & Bohne, M. (2001). Kinetic gait patterns and gender differences in downhill hiking on four different gradients.Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise, 33(5), pp. S577.

· Abendroth-Smith, J., & Bohne, M. (2001) Peak ground reaction forces and braking forces while walking downhill with and without the use of trekking poles. Proceedings from the annual meeting the American Society of Biomechanics, San Diego, CA. pp. 443-444.

· Bohne, M., Mecham, C., Mitchell, K. & Abendroth-Smith, J. (2000) A biomechanical comparison of critical elements in the Yurchenko vault in women’s gymnastics. Research Quarterly, 71(3)  Supplement A.

· Slaugh, R., Bohne, M., & Abendroth-Smith, J. (1999) Analysis of gener and success-related kinematic differences of elite sport rock climbers during competition. Proceeding  of the XVII International Society of Biomechanics Congress, Calgary, Ontario, Canada.pp. 926.

·  Baldwin, L., Bohne, M., & Abendroth-Smith, J. (1999) The effects of verbal cueing on kinematics and performance factors in learning a golf swing. Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise, 31 (5), pp. 190.

· Mitchell, K., Bohne, M. & Mecham C. (1999) Kinematic Analysis of the Women’s Vault in Gymnastics. Utah Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Annual Convention; Park City, Utah.

· Mecham, C., Bohne, M. & Abendroth-Smith, J. (1999) A comparison of ranges of motion achieved using four popular ‚Abdomnical Toner’ exercise machines. Southwest District of American Alliance of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance convention. Tuscon, Arizona.

  

Grants, Fellowships and contracts

· Scholarly Activity Committee funding for undergraduate research, Fall 2010, $1200

· Presidential Faculty Scholarly Awards at Utah Valley University, Fall 2009, $1000

· Center for Engaged Learning at Utah Valley University, Fall 2008, $2500

· Presidential Faculty Scholarly Awards at Utah Valley University, Fall 2008, $2000

· Center for Engaged Learning at Utah Valley State College, Fall 2007, $3000

· Community Partner Service-Learning Fellowship, $500

· Development of laboratory manual, Summer 2006 for use in undergraduate biomechanics course. Western Illinois University Summer Foundation Grant. $5000

· Effects of downhill hiking on selected kinetic and kinematic variables while using two hiking poles and wearing a backpack. Principal investigator. International Society of Biomechanics Dissertation Grant, $4000.00

· Gender differences in walking downhill with and without the use of trekking poles at different grades. Student investigator. Women and Gender Institute Grant, Utah State University. $500.00, with matching funds; Department of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, $1000.00

· A comparison of energy expenditure while walking and/or running on a treadmill vs. a hiker. Project director. Dr. Julianne Abendroth-Smith: Priciple investigator. Contract with ICON Health and Fitness. Rod Hammer, contact person. $4940.00

· Muscle response and kinematic effects of Kinesio-Tex taping. Student investigator. Dr. Peter Harmer, Willamette University and Dr. Julianne Abendroth-Smith, Utah State University: Chief investigators. Kinesio-Tex, Japan. $4000.00

Professional Affiliations

·                   American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)

·                   American Society of Biomechanics (ASB)

·                   International Society of Biomechanics (ISB)

·                   International Society of Biomechanics in Sports (ISBS)