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Emilio Landolfi

Dr. Emilio Landolfi

Associate Professor

Faculty of Health Sciences, Kinesiology

Abbotsford campus, D3103

Phone: 604-504-7441 ext. 4215

email Emilio

Biography

Dr. Landolfi is a science educator who worked in a Human Performance lab at University of Toronto prior to coming to UFV.

Education

B.P.H.E.: University of Toronto
B.Ed.: University of Toronto
M.Ed.: University of Toronto
Ph.D.: University of Toronto

Special professional qualifications
CSEP Course Conductor and Examiner
CSEP Clinical Exercise Physiologist and High-Performance Specialist
Mindfulness – Based Stress Reduction Course Facilitator
Teachers Certificate of Qualification

Memberships

International Olympic Academy

Canadian Olympic Academy

National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education

Canadian Kinesiology Alliance Member

British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists

College of Kinesiologists of Ontario

Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology
(High Performance Specialist, Clinical Exercise Physiologist and Instructor/Examiner)

SportMed BC

Healthy Abbotsford & SCOPE (Sustainable Childhood Obesity Prevention) Advisory Board

Coaches Association of British Columbia

Teaching Philosophy

I believe that education is about personal development and empowering students to live healthy, active, productive lives. My classroom teaching emphasizes the importance of students as human beings and education as a process. In addition, my passion for wellness is reflected in how I live. ‘Leading by example’ and modeling healthy active living are important aspects of how I demonstrate my love for kinesiology.

Teaching Interests

Healthy Physical Activity
Health Promotion
Pedagogical Aspects of Physical Education and Health
International Education
Online Teaching and Learning


Other activities
Cycling, Weight-Training, Art, Photography, Music

Research Interests

Healthy Physical Activity
Coach Development and Training
School-Based Physical Education

Research Grants

Landolfi, E. (2022 – 2023). Physical Activity Behaviour Patterns Amongst University Varsity
Athletes. UFV Faculty/Student Research and Scholarly Activity Grant. $2,023


Landolfi, E. (2021 – 2022). Use of a Questionnaire to Determine Exercise Dependence
Amongst UFV Varsity Athletes. University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $2,427


Landolfi, E. (2020 – 2021). Focus – Group Based Investigation of Exercise Behaviour Patterns
Amongst Varsity – Level University Athletes. University of the Fraser Valley Research Supplementary Grant. $2,100


Landolfi, E. (2019 – 2020). Exercise Dependence Amongst UFV Varsity Athletes. University of the Fraser Valley Research Grant. $7,200


Landolfi, E. (2019 – 2020). Problematic Exercise Amongst Varsity Athletes. University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $2,212


MacPherson, S., Britton, V., Burkholder, E., Landolfi, E. Moi, L, Norman, N., Pardy, L., and Saudelli, M. (2017 – 2018). Integrating Mindfulness – Based Teaching & Learning (MBTL) as a High Impact Educational Practice to Enhance Student Success and Well – Being. Fund for Innovative Teaching (FIT) Grant. $6,500


Landolfi, E. (2017 – 2018). University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $2,212


Landolfi, E. (2016 – 2017). University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $2,212


Landolfi, E. (2015 – 2016). University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $2,212


Landolfi, E. (2014 – 2015). University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $2,212


Landolfi, E., and Kloos, K. (2013 – 2014). National Coaching and Certification Program
Master Learning Facilitator / Learning Facilitator Efficacy Study. Coaching Association of
Canada Grant. $6,600


Landolfi, E. (2013 – 2014). University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $4,424


Landolfi, E. (2013 – 2014). An Investigation of BC's Mandatory Daily Physical Activity
Program for Children and Youth Across British Columbia. University of the Fraser Valley
Research Grant. $7,200


Landolfi, E. (2013). University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $4,424


Landolfi, E. (2013). An Evaluation of the Adherence to and Effectiveness of British Columbia's
Mandatory Daily Physical Activity Program in Grade 10 to 12 Abbotsford District High School
Students. Abbotsford Heat Foundation Grant . $2,835


Landolfi, E. (2012 – 2013). An Investigation of BC's Mandatory Daily Physical Activity
Program for Children and Youth in The Fraser Valley, British Columbia. University of the
Fraser Valley Research Grant. $7,200


Landolfi, E. (2012). University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $4,424


Landolfi, E. (2011 – 2012). The Role of High School Students’ Attitudes and Values Toward
Physical Activity and Physical Education Teachers' Understanding of Students' Attitudes &
Values Toward Physical Activity in Physical Education Drop Out Rates and Adolescent Obesity
Across British Columbia. University of the Fraser Valley Research Grant. $7,200


Landolfi, E. (2011 – 2012). University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $2,212


Landolfi, E. (2010 – 2011). University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $2,212


Landolfi, E. (2010 – 2011). Exercise Addiction. University of the Fraser Valley Scholarly
Activity Grant. $7,200


Landolfi, E. (2010 – 2011). The Role of High School Physical Education Teachers'
Understanding of Students' Attitudes & Values Toward Physical Activity in Physical Education
Drop Out Rates and Adolescent Obesity in the Fraser Valley, British Columbia. University of the
Fraser Valley Teaching and Learning Centre Research Award for the Scholarship of Teaching
and Learning. $5,000


Montoya, C., Landolfi, E., and Wright, M.D. (2009 – 2010). Vancouver 2010: Olympic Year
Impact on Physical Activity. British Columbia Environmental and Occupational Health Research
Network (BCEOHRN) Research Capacity Development Grant. $9,000


Landolfi, E. (2009 – 2010). The Role of High School Physical Education Teachers'
Understanding of Students' Attitudes & Values toward Physical Activity in Physical Education
Drop Out Rates and Adolescent Obesity in Abbotsford, British Columbia.
University of the Fraser Valley Research Grant. $7,200


Landolfi, E. (2009 – 2010). Enhancement of Coach Training and Certification: Adjuncts to
Coach Education Programs. University of the Fraser Valley Scholarly Activity Grant. $7,200


Landolfi, E. (2009 – 2010). University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $4,424


Landolfi, E. (2009). University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $2,212


Landolfi, E. (2008 – 2009). University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $4,424


Landolfi, E. (2008 – 2009). Adolescent Obesity: A Study Examining Students’ Attitudes and
Values Toward Physical Activity. University of the Fraser Valley Research Grant. $7,200


Landolfi, E. (2008 – 2009). Olympic Year Impact on Leisure-Time Physical Activity Rates
Within and Across Canadian provinces and territories. University of the Fraser Valley Scholarly
Activity Grant. $7,200


Landolfi, E. (2007 – 2008). Post-Secondary Centres for Teaching and Learning: A Canadian
Perspective. University of the Fraser Valley Vice President (Academic) and Provost
Grant. $7,200


Landolfi, E. (2007 – 2008). Ethical Issues in Coaching: Coaching as a Formative Process.
University of the Fraser Valley Research Grant. $7,200


Landolfi, E. (2007 – 2008). Optimal Range of Motion for Exercising Safely. University of the
Fraser Valley Scholarly Activity Grant. $7,200


Landolfi, E. (2007 – 2008). University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $4,424


Landolfi, E. (2006 – 2007). Analysis of the Efficacy of a Corporate Wellness Program for the
Abbotsford Fire & Rescue Service. University of the Fraser Valley Scholarly Activity Grant.
$7,200


Landolfi, E. (2006 – 207). University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $4,424


Landolfi, E. (2006). University of the Fraser Valley Research Assistant Grant. $7,200


Landolfi, E. (1998 – 2001). University of Toronto Graduate Research Grant. $25,000

Presentations

Invited “Peer – Reviewed” Conference Presentations

Landolfi, E. (2021). “A Pilot – Study Investigating Problematic Exercise Behavior Patterns Amongst Varsity Level University Athletes.” CSEP 2021 Zooming Into The Future: Exercise Science in the Virtual Age.


Landolfi, E. (2019). “Olympic Truce as an Educational Tool for Peace.” 13th International Session for Educators of Higher Institutes of Physical Education International Olympic Academy. Olympia, Greece.


Edwards, J., Leadbetter, R., Potwarka, L., Kloos, K., Culver, D., and Landolfi, E. (2018. "Managing Interorganizational Relationships: A Systematic Analysis of the Challenges Associated with the Efficacy of Delivering a Standardized Nationalized Program in Canada." North American Society for Sport Management (NASSM) Conference. Halifax, Nova Scotia.


Landolfi, E. (2018). “A Study Investigating Daily Physical Activity Programs for Students in Grades 10 to 12 in British Columbia’s Fraser Valley High Schools.” Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology BC Conference. University of British Columbia. Vancouver, Canada.


Landolfi, E. (2018. “Daily Physical Activity Programs in Canadian High Schools: How Well Are They Working?” National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education Conference. Phoenix, Arizona.


Landolfi, E. (2017). “An Investigation of a Mandatory Daily Physical Activity Program for Grade 10 to 12 Students in the Fraser Valley.” 12th World Congress on Obesity. Toronto, Canada.


Edwards, J., Leadbetter, R., Potwarka, L., Kloos, K., Culver, D., and Landolfi, E. (2016). “A Systematic Breakdown of the Delivery of a Standardized Program: A Case Study of Soccer in Canada.” Coach New Brunswick – Beyond Coaching Conference. Moncton, New Brunswick.


Landolfi, E. (2016). “Exercise Addiction.” Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology BC Conference. Burnaby, Canada.


Landolfi, E. (2016). “A Pilot-Study Investigating British Columbia’s Mandatory Daily Physical Activity Program for Students in Grades 10 to 12.” National Association for Kinesiology in Higher Education Conference. San Diego, California.


Edwards, J., Leadbetter, R., Potwarka, L., Landolfi, E., Kloos, K. and Culver, D. (2014). Coaching Association of Canada Sport Leadership Conference. “Understanding the Complexity of Delivering Coach Education on a National Basis.” Ottawa, Canada.


Landolfi, E. (2014). Involve: Abbotsford Community Development Conference. “An Investigation of a Mandatory Daily Physical Activity Program for Grade 10 to 12 Students in the Fraser Valley.” Abbotsford (BC), Canada.


Landolfi, E. (2014). “British Columbia's Mandatory Daily Physical Activity Program for Students in Grades 10 to 12.” The Global Summit on The Physical Activity of Children. Toronto, Canada.


Landolfi, E. (2013). Stay Hungry! Stay Active! Lifestyles for a Long Health Span. Intensive Programme organized by the University of Bologna and the European LLP Erasmus Programme. “5-2-1-0 Community Toolkit Guide to Raising Healthy Children.” Rocca Corneta, Italy.


Landolfi, E. (2013). “High School Teachers’ Knowledge of 10th Grade Students’ Attitudes & Values toward Physical Activity as a Factor in Physical Education Drop Out Rates and Adolescent Obesity.” International Journal of Arts and Sciences Conference. University of Nevada, Las Vegas.


Landolfi, E. (2011). “Teachers’ Understanding of Students’ Attitudes & Values Toward Physical Activity in Physical Education Drop Out Rates and Adolescent Obesity.” 25th Annual Quality Daily Physical Education Conference, Douglas College. New Westminster (BC), Canada.


Landolfi, E. (2011). Sun, Sand and Sea (2): For Exercise and Sport. EduSport – International Summer School of Exercise and Sports Science 8th Edition – Alma Mater Studiorum University
of Bologna – Rimini Campus – Italy. “Teachers’ Understanding of Students’ Attitudes & Values Toward Physical Activity in Physical Education Drop Out Rates and Adolescent Obesity: Implications for Community Intervention Strategies.” Rimini, Italy.


Landolfi, E. (2010). Athens Institute for Education and Research 6th Annual International Conference on Kinesiology and Exercise Sciences. "Adolescent Obesity: A Study Examining Students' Attitudes and Values Toward Physical Education and Physical Activity." Athens, Greece.


Landolfi, E. (2010). Active Living Research Annual Conference. Engaging Communities to Create Active Living Environments and Accelerating Progress in Reversing Childhood Obesity. "Adolescent Obesity Roundtable Presentation." San Diego, California


Montoya, C.P., Winkelman, M., Fisch, K., Wright, M. D., Gale, S.P., and Landolfi, E. (2009). "Team Building prospects with the BCEOHRN Seed Grant Opportunity: A Transdisciplinary CIHR,SSHRC, & NSERC Process Report." 5th Scientific Exchange and Annual General Meeting BCEOHRN. Oral Report at the British Columbia Environmental Occupational Health Research Net Annual General Meeting. Vancouver, Canada.


Montoya, C.P., Winkelman, M., Fisch, K., Wright, M. D., Gale, S.P., and Landolfi, E. (2009)."Leisure Time Activity Rates Across Canadian Provinces and Territories: A Transdisciplinary Study." 5th Scientific Exchange and Annual General Meeting BCEOHRN. Poster Presentation and Published Abstract.

Montoya, C., Winkelman, M., Fisch, K., & Landolfi, E. (2009). British Columbia Environmental and Occupational Health Research Network (BCEOHRN) Workshop on Developing Research Opportunities around the 2010 Games: Focus on Public Health and Environmental Sustainability. "The Effect of Olympic Years on Physical Activity across Canada." Simon Fraser University Wosk Centre for Dialogue. Vancouver, Canada.

Landolfi, E. (2008). 33rd McGraw-Hill Ryerson National Teaching, Learning & Technology Conference. Teaching for Learning: New Approaches for a New Generation. "Post-Secondary
Centres for Teaching and Learning: A Canadian Perspective" Simon Fraser University. Burnaby (BC), Canada.


Landolfi, E. (2006). Coaching Association of Canada National Conference Research Symposium. “Ethical Issues in Coaching: Coaching as a Formative Process.” Vancouver, Canada.


Landolfi, E. (2001). Canadian Society for the Study of Education Conference. “Science Teachers’ Uses of Practical Work in School Science Laboratories.” Laval University. Quebec
City, Canada.


Landolfi, E. (2001). University of Toronto Conference on 'Diverse Perspectives in Education.’ "Novice and Experienced Science Teachers’ Understanding and Uses of Practical Activities.”
Toronto, Canada.

In – House (local) Invited Presentations

Landolfi, E. (2019). University of the Fraser Valley Publication Celebration. Abbotsford (BC), Canada. “Mandatory Daily Physical Activity Programs for Grade 10 to 12 Students in British Columbia, Canada.”


Landolfi, E. (2017). University of the Fraser Valley Publication Celebration. Abbotsford (BC), Canada. “Grade 10 Student Attitudes about Physical Activity and Teachers' Understanding”


Landolfi, E. (2015). University of the Fraser Valley Faculty Micro-Lecture Presentation. Abbotsford (BC), Canada. “An Investigation of a Mandatory Daily Physical Activity Program
for Grade 10 to Students in the Fraser Valley”


Landolfi, E. (2015). University of the Fraser Valley Publication Celebration. Abbotsford (BC), Canada.
“Teachers' Understanding of Students' Attitudes and Values Toward Physical Activity in Physical Education Drop Out Rates and Adolescent Obesity;”
“An Investigation into High School Teachers’ Understanding Of 10th Grade Students’ Attitudes and Values Toward Physical Activity as A Factor In Physical Education Drop Out Rates and Adolescent Obesity;”
“Ethics in Coaching: A Pilot Study of Coaches' Perspectives on Adjuncts to the Canadian Coaching Certification Program.”


Landolfi, E. (2015). University of the Fraser Valley Publication Celebration. Abbotsford (BC), Canada.
“Effectively Delivering Coaching Education by Learning Facilitators: An Assessment and Review of the Efficacy of Learning Facilitators for Hockey, Soccer, and Baseball Across Canada”
“Olympic Year Impact on Leisure-Time Physical Activity Rates Within And Across Canadian Provinces and Territories.”


Landolfi, E. (2013). University of the Fraser Valley Publication Celebration. Abbotsford (BC), Canada. "Exercise Addiction."


Landolfi, E. (2011). University of the Fraser Valley Connecting Across Disciplines. “Teachers’ Understanding of Students’ Attitudes & Values toward Physical Activity in Physical Education Drop Out Rates and Adolescent Obesity.” Abbotsford (BC), Canada.


Landolfi, E. (2007). University of the Fraser Valley Teaching and Learning Advisory Council Forum “Post-Secondary Centres for Teaching and Learning: A Canadian Perspective” Seminar Presentation. Abbotsford (BC), Canada.


Landolfi, E. (2006). University of the Fraser Valley Brown-Bag Lunch Teaching Seminar Series “Conducting Effective Classroom Observations” Seminar Presentation. Abbotsford (BC), Canada.


Landolfi, E. (1998). University of Toronto ‘Equity in Education’ Conference. “Girl’s Underachievement in High School Science.” Toronto, Canada.


Landolfi, E. (1992). International Sport Science Congress. “Alienation and Competitive Sport” Hungarian University of Physical Education. Budapest, Hungary.


Landolfi, E. (1992). Undergraduate Research Conference for Physical and Health Education at the University of Toronto. “Fatigue Rate of Lower-Back Musculature in Occupational Settings.” Toronto, Canada.

Visiting Lecturer

Landolfi, E. (2005). Health & Human Services Field (Abbotsford District School Board Career and Technical Centre) Visiting Lecturer: “The Science of Nutrition.” Abbotsford (BC), Canada.


Landolfi, E. (2005). Dormick Park Elementary School (Abbotsford District School Board) Visiting Lecturer: “The Importance of Reading.” Abbotsford (BC), Canada.


Landolfi, E. (2003). Health & Human Services Field (Abbotsford District School Board Career and Technical Centre) Visiting Lecturer: “Careers in the Health Science Professions.” Abbotsford (BC), Canada.


Landolfi, E. (1987). YMHA of Greater Toronto Introduction to Weight-Training Visiting Lecturer: “Importance of Proper Warm-Up Prior to Exercise.” Toronto, Canada.


Landolfi, E. (1986). Toronto Department of Parks & Recreation (Scadding Court Community Centre) Visiting Lecturer: “Body Composition in Fitness and Health.” Toronto.


Landolfi, E. (1985). Toronto District School Board (Northern Secondary School) Visiting Lecturer: “Body Composition and Health Promotion.” Toronto, Canada.

Publications

Articles in Scholarly Peer-Reviewed Journals


Landolfi, E. (2022). Exercise Behaviour Patterns Amongst University Varsity Athletes. Current Issues in Sport Science. In Review.


Landolfi, E. (2022). Scientific Literacy. Science, Technology and Society Journal. In Review.


Montoya, C. P., Winters, C. W., Montoya, D. E., Taylor, C., and Landolfi, E. (2022). Leisure Time Activity Levels, Atheism, and Fresh Water Conservation Areas – An Inverse Relationship with Faith. Humanities & Social Sciences Communications. In Review.

Landolfi, E. (2018). Mandatory Daily Physical Activity Programs for Grade 10 to 12 Students in British Columbia, Canada. Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education. 8 (5), 1-5.

Landolfi, E. (2016). Grade 10 Student Attitudes about Physical Activity and Teachers' Understanding. Physical and Health Education Journal, 81(3), 1-11.


Landolfi, E. (2014). Ethics in Coaching: A Pilot Study of Coaches' Perspectives on Adjuncts to the Canadian Coaching Certification Program. In W.K. Simpson (Ed.), Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual (pp. 227-258).


Landolfi, E. (2014). Teachers' Understanding of Students' Attitudes and Values Toward Physical Activity in Physical Education Drop Out Rates and Adolescent Obesity. The Physical Educator, 71(3), 365-390.


Landolfi, E. (2013). An Investigation into High School Teachers' Understanding of 10th Grade Students' Attitudes and Values Toward Physical Activity as a Factor In Physical Education Drop-Out Rates and Adolescent Obesity. International Journal of Arts and Sciences, 6(4), 363-378.


Montoya, C., Landolfi, E., Winkelman, M., Chamberlain, S.P., Fisch, K. & Wright, M. (2013). Olympic Year Impact on Leisure-Time Physical Activity Rates Across and Within Canadian Provinces and Territories. Physical Culture: Journal of Sport Sciences and Physical Education, 67(2), 143-147.


Landolfi, E. (2013). Exercise Addiction. Sports Medicine, 43(2), 111-119. Trifonas, P., and Landolfi, E. (2006). A Dialogue: On Knowledge, the Ethics of Evaluation, and Techno-Epistemological Postmodernity. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 22(4), 141-148.


Landolfi, E. (2003). School Science Laboratory Work as a Rite of Cultural Initiation. Canadian Journal of Science, Math & Technology Education, 3(3), 387-392.


Landolfi, E. (2002). Case Study of a Novice Science Teachers’ Understanding of Practical Activities and their Deployment in School Science Laboratories. OISE Papers in STSE Education, 3, 191-205.


Landolfi, E. (1998). Using a Questionnaire to Understand Girls’ Attitudes to Science in High School. Part II. Crucible, 30(2), 9-11.


Landolfi, E. (1998). Using a Questionnaire to Understand Girls’ Attitudes to Science in High School. Part I. Crucible, 29(5), 22-23.

Book Chapter

Landolfi, E. (2012). Adolescent obesity: Examining students' attitudes and values toward physical activity. In P.G. Klentrou (Ed.), Physical activity and exercise: Health promotion and disease prevention (pp.77-88). Athens, Greece: Athens Institute for Education and Research.


Books

Edwards, J., Leadbetter, R., Potwarka, L., Landolfi, E., Kloos, K. and Culver, D. (2015). Understanding the Complexity of Effectively Delivering Coaching Education on a National Basis. Fredericton, NB: University of New Brunswick Press.


Edwards, J., Leadbetter, R., Potwarka, L., Landolfi, E., Kloos, K. and Culver, D. (2014). Effectively Delivering Coaching Education by Learning Facilitators: An Assessment and Review of the Efficacy of Learning Facilitators for Hockey, Soccer, and Baseball Across Canada. Ottawa, ON: Coaching Association of Canada.


Landolfi, E. (2008). Ethical Issues in Coaching: Coaching as A Formative Process. Abbotsford, BC: Ergo Logic Publishing.


Landolfi, E. (2003). Alternative Teacher Compensation Systems. Kelowna, BC: Society for Excellence in Education Publications.

Research Reports

Landolfi, E. (2020). A Pilot – Study of Exercise Behaviour Patterns Amongst University Varsity Athletes. (Research Report No.14). Abbotsford (BC), Canada: University of the Fraser Valley, Research Office.


Landolfi, E. (2013). An Investigation of B.C.'s Mandatory Daily Physical Activity Program for Grade 10 to 12 Students in The Fraser Valley. (Research Report No.13). Abbotsford (BC), Canada: University of the Fraser Valley, Research Office.


Landolfi, E. (2013). Physical Education Drop Out Rates and Adolescent Obesity: An Investigation of High School Students' Attitudes and Values Toward Physical Activity & Physical Education, and Teachers' Understanding of Students' Attitudes and Values. (Research Report No.12). Abbotsford (BC), Canada: University of the Fraser Valley, Research Office.


Landolfi, E. (2013). An Investigation of B.C.'s Mandatory Daily Physical Activity Program for Grade 10 to 12 Students in The Fraser Valley. (Research Report No.11). Abbotsford (BC), Canada: University of the Fraser Valley, Research Office.


Landolfi, E. (2013). Physical Education Drop Out Rates and Adolescent Obesity: An Investigation of High School Students' Attitudes and Values Toward Physical Activity & Physical Education, and Teachers' Understanding of Students' Attitudes and Values. (Research Report No.10). Abbotsford (BC), Canada: University of the Fraser Valley, Research Office.


Landolfi, E. (2012). Teachers' Understanding of Students' Attitudes and Values Toward Physical Activity in Physical Education Drop Out Rates and Adolescent Obesity Across British Columbia. (Research Report No.9). Abbotsford (BC), Canada: University of the Fraser Valley, Research Office.


Montoya, C., Landolfi, E. Winkelman, M., Fisch, K., Wright, M. & Gale, S.P. (2011). Olympic Year Impact on Leisure-Time Physical Activity Rates Across Canada. (Research Report No. 8). Abbotsford (BC), Canada: University of the Fraser Valley, Research Office.


Landolfi, E. (2010). Teachers' Understanding of Students' Attitudes and Values Toward Physical Activity in Physical Education Drop Out Rates and Adolescent Obesity in the Fraser Valley. (Research Report No. 7). Abbotsford (BC), Canada: University of the Fraser Valley, Research Office.


Landolfi, E. (2010). Ethics in Coaching: Coach's Perspectives on Adjuncts to the Canadian Coach Certification Program. (Research Report No. 6). Abbotsford (BC), Canada: University of
the Fraser Valley, Research Office.


Landolfi, E. (2009). Exercise Addiction. (Research Report No. 5). Abbotsford (BC), Canada: University of the Fraser Valley, Research Office.


Landolfi, E. (2009). Adolescent Obesity: A Study Examining Students' Attitudes & Values toward Physical Activity. (Research Report No. 4). Abbotsford (BC), Canada: University of the Fraser Valley, Research Office.


Landolfi, E. (2008). Ethical Issues in Coaching: Coaching as a Formative Process. (Research Report No. 3). Abbotsford (BC), Canada: University of the Fraser Valley, Research Office.


Landolfi, E. (2008). Defining an Optimal Range of Motion in Resistance Exercises for the Shoulder. (Research Report No. 2). Abbotsford (BC), Canada: University of the Fraser Valley, Research Office.


Landolfi, E. (2007). Post-Secondary Centres for Teaching and Learning: A Canadian Perspective. (Research Report No. 1). Abbotsford (BC), Canada: University of the Fraser Valley, Research Office.


Landolfi, E. (2006). Published Written Submission in Legislative Assembly of British Columbia Select Standing Committee on Health. A Strategy for Combating Childhood Obesity and Physical Inactivity in British Columbia. Victoria (BC), Canada.

Professional Journals


Landolfi, E, and Kennedy, R. (2007). So long, Mack’s. MuscleMag International, 300, 37.


Landolfi, E. (2003). Power & Strength: Bi-weekly Power Surge. Muscle & Fitness, 64(7), 70, 206.


Kennedy, R., and Landolfi, E. (2003). Mack’s Gym. MuscleMag International, 247, 236.


Landolfi, E., and Holman, S. (1999). Does Strength Equal Size? Iron Man, 58(1), 72.


Landolfi, E. (1998). Bodybuilding in the Olympics: Anatomy of an Olympic Vision. MuscleMag International, 193, 8.


Landolfi, E. (1985). For the Good of Your Health: Dietary Fibre. George Brown College Health and Wellness Newsletter, 2, 1-2.

Community Engagement

Mentor to Amateur Athletes in Lower Mainland British Columbia through AIM Ability


Clinical Exercise Physiologist for Royal Bank of Canada Athlete Talent Identification Program


Physical Abilities Requirement Evaluation Testing for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police


Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) “Youth Initiative Outreach Committee”


University of Alberta student mentor for collaborative project on Indigenous community programing with the Alberta Kinesiology Association and Indigenous Sport Council of Alberta


BC "In-Motion" Physical Activity Health Promotion Initiative
Active Kids BC


Select Standing Committee on Health (BC)


Physical & Health Education Canada


Physical Education BC


British Columbia Child & Youth Health Research Society

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The kinesiology program has not only exposed me to the theory, but has equipped me with a vast amount of practical knowledge, applications, and tools to use in the future. This program has led me to pursue a career in medicine where I can have a positive impact on other and help them live a healthy life.

  • – P.J. Retief
  •    Kinesiology (Class of 2017)

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