Ph. D. in Exercise Science, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville (8/2010)
Dissertation Title: High Velocity Resistance Training: Its Role on Improving Physical
and Cognitive Performance in Functionally Limited Older Adults.
Graduate Certificate in Gerontology
Graduate Certificate in Educational Statistics and Research Methods
M. S. in Exercise Science, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville (8/2006)
B. A. in Business Administration, Rowan University, Glassboro (5/2000)
Dr. Leszczak is the department chair and professor in the Department of Health and
Human Performance. He teaches in the BS in Kinesiology program.
Ruiz-Rodriguez, A. & Leszczak, T. J (2022). Effects of adding high-intensity interval
training stair running on Army combat fitness test scores. Poster session presented
at the Southeast American College of Sports Medicine, Greenville, SC.
Leszczak, T. J. & Elmore, G. (2017). Sample lumbo-pelvic hip complex strengthening
program. Personal Trainer Quarterly, 4(1).
Leszczak, T. J. & Henning, L. (2016). Improving gait mechanics using high velocity
resistance training. Personal Trainer Quarterly, 3(3).
Godwin, M. M., Hopson, R. M., Newman, C. K., & Leszczak, T. J. (2014). The effect
of music as a motivational tool on isokinetic concentric performance in college aged
students. International Journal of Exercise Science, 7(1), 54-61.