Shelby Summers' Resume
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Location: San Marcos, TX, USA
School: Texas STate University
Field of Study: Exercise Sports Science

Shelby Summers' Resume

Shelby Summers

Master of Exercise and Sport’s Science
Texas State University, San Marcos, TX August 2018-May 2020
GPA: 4.0/4.0

Bachelor of Exercise and Sport’s Science - Pre-Physical Therapy Concentration August 2015-May 2018
Texas State University, San Marcos, TX
GPA: 3.75/4.0

Graduate Teaching Assistant – Exercise Physiology Lab Instructor
Texas State University, San Marcos, TX June 2019-May 2020
• Instructor for two sections per semester of the laboratory for exercise physiology
• Independently taught classes of 20-30 junior level college students concerning exercise physiology material
• Instructed protocols for exercise performance testing procedures
• Monitored and administered protocol to participants undergoing submaximal, maximal, and other exercise testing
• Conducted calibration of ParvoMedics metabolic carts and Monark Cycle Ergometers
• Created lesson plans and curriculums for both in-person and online courses
• Held regular, weekly office hours to further assist students
• Worked with students with diverse learning styles and educational needs

Personal Training Assistant Spring 2020
Texas State University, San Marcos, TX
• Attentively observe the duties of the lead personal trainer in both group and individual settings
• Assisted in equipment setup and client exercise form correction
• Assisted in creating training programs for clients
• Observed cleaning and safety techniques/precautions taken before, during, and after each session
• Helped maintain a safe, upbeat, and efficient exercise environment

Graduate Research Assistant in the Translational Neuromuscular Physiology Lab
Texas State University, San Marcos, TX June 2018-Dec. 2019
• Gained valuable experience with pipetting, skeletal muscle tissue handling, blood processing, tissue homogenization, protein assays, and NMES administration
• Gathered experience with human subjects in a clinical trial
• Worked patiently and enthusiastically with older population clients in administering testing protocols and monitoring progress throughout a clinical trial
• Gained experience working with the following equipment: Biodex Isokinetic Dynamometer, Delsys Wireless EMG System, tissue homogenizer, Bio-Rad Smartspec 3000 Spectrophotometer, and a centrifuge/microcentrifuge
• Assisted in monitoring/grading assignments and assisting with lectures/labs for several classes including resistance training and conditioning, psychosocial aspects of exercise and sports science, theory and principles of coaching, and fitness assessment and exercise prescription

• ISSN Certified Sports Nutritionist Summer 2020-Present
• CPR/AED/First Aid Summer 2017-Present
• CITI Human and Biomedical Student Researcher Summer 2018-Present
• Anticipated certifications (Summer/Fall 2020): ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist and NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

• Extensive knowledge of exercise/neuromuscular physiology and strength and conditioning
• Capable of directing exercise/metabolic stress testing
• Very strong instructing skills in a gym, lab, and classroom setting
• Proficient in exercise program design and fitness assessment
• Strong interpersonal skills such as empathy, flexibility, and patience
• Careful and efficient research laboratory skills
• Advanced computer skills
• Excellent problem-solving skills
• Patience and composure in high-stress situations

• Texas ACSM Member Spring 2018-Current
• International Society of Sports Nutrition Summer 2020-Current
• National Strength and Conditioning Association August 2020-Current
• Texas ACSM Student Quiz Bowl Competitor Spring 2018
• Texas ACSM Annual Conference Quiz Bowl Coach 2018-2020

exercise physiology, fitness, health and fitness, health, nutrition, nutritionist, personal trainer