Kinesiology student Doug Halliday has been named Mount Pearl Coach of the Year.
-"I truly just love going out every day and coaching the sport that when I was an athlete gave so much to me."
Dr. Kevin Power’s lab looks a little like walking into a torture chamber. A subject is hooked up to electrodes and wires and sitting behind a stationary bike. One of the researchers uses a paddle-like instrument that sends magnetic stimulation to the subject’s brain. It sends a jolt every few seconds, making him jump. In between jolts, the subject is expected to use his upper body to peddle the bike as fast as possible. Then comes another jolt.
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