Aaron Tribby, MS
Physical Performance Lead
- Skilled exercise physiologist, coach, leader, and researcher with experience in nonprofit healthcare systems and private sector wellness.
- Demonstrated expertise in exercise strategies, the musculoskeletal system, nutrition principles, and health and wellness programming.
- Expertise in conducting body/performance assessments, including body composition analysis, anaerobic, muscle performance and exercise testing, and cognitive function analysis.
- Master of Science (MS) in Exercise Physiology – Wichita State University
- Bachelor of Science (BS) in Exercise Science – Rockhurst University
"The most rewarding aspect about working at Aviv is being able to work with clients to determine the root causes that drive their symptoms, and seeing clients make significant progress and improvements that will impact their quality of life for the positive. I believe our holistic approach offers an example of how all patients should be treated when entering any healthcare system."
Research, Citations, News:
- Aaron Tribby on LinkedIn
- TrulyFit podcast: What is Aviv Clinics? with guest Aaron Tribby
- Living Well with Robin Stoloff podcast: Enhance Your Brain and Physical Health at Aviv Clinics with guest Aaron Tribby
- LivBtr podcast with Aaron Tribby
- International Society of Sports Nutrition Conference: A Natural Nootropic Spearmint Extract is Safe and Well-Tolerated in Young, Healthy Individuals
- Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition: Efficacy of a nootropic spearmint extract on reactive agility: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel trial
- Nutrition Research: The attention-enhancing effects of spearmint extract supplementation in healthy men and women: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel trial
- Journal of Dietary Supplements: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial to Determine the Effectiveness and Safety of a Thermogenic Supplement in Addition to an Energy-Restricted Diet in Apparently Healthy Females
- Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise: Effect of Caffeine on Golf Performance and Fatigue during a Competitive Tournament
- Age: Influence of adipose tissue mass on DXA-derived lean soft tissue mass in middle-aged and older women
- Age: Site-specific thigh muscle loss as an independent phenomenon for age-related muscle loss in middle-aged and older men and women
- Rejuvenation Research: Skeletal muscle mass, bone mineral density, and walking performance in masters cyclists
- Well Defined: 7 Reasons Golf is Incredible for Your Brain and Body Health
- Well Defined: Is a Fitness Tracker Right for You? Weighing the Genuine Pros and Cons
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