Anne Friedlander

Dr. Friedlander is an Adjunct Professor in Human Biology at Stanford University. She has broad research experience in the areas of enhancing human performance, environmental physiology, and using physical activity and mobility to promote healthy aging. She has been teaching exercise physiology classes for decades at Stanford and beyond and specializes in translating scientific findings on physiology and exercise into practical applications for people. Dr. Friedlander also consults regularly with companies interested in developing new products, programs and ideas in the fitness and wellness space and serves as a liaison between industry and academia. Other teaching team members include physicians, professors, students, technology specialists and video producers. Studio support for this project came from the Stanford Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning and the virtual reality programming was created by Lighthaus, Inc.

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Your Body Inside and Out: Using Exercise Physiology to Slow Aging (edX)

This online class will present the latest scientific information on the interaction between aging and physical activity. In an approachable style, you will learn how your physiology changes with age and how different types of movement can impact that trajectory of aging. Physical activity is a powerful medicine and [...]
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