Gregory Ledoux '06

Gregory Ledoux '06
Greg Ledoux
Associate Professor, CAAHEP Accreditation Director, ERP Program Director
Department of Exercise Science
802.626.6434
Lyndon
ASAC, Room 220
Academic History: 
Ph.D. Health Science, Trident University International (2016)
M.S. Applied Clinical Exercise Physiology Focus, Bridgewater State University (2007)
B.S. Exercise Science, Lyndon State College (2006)

About Gregory Ledoux


Dr. Ledoux became a Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) and Adjunct Faculty Member during the completion of his undergraduate degree in Exercise Science from Lyndon. He also founded his own Personal Training/Consulting business at that time. Following graduation, Dr. Ledoux became an American College of Sports Medicine Certified Exercise Physiologist (ACSM-EP). Dr. Ledoux then moved to the greater Boston area where he earned his Master's Degree from Bridgewater State University with a focus in Applied Clinical Exercise Physiology. Following graduation, he became an American College of Sports Medicine Certified Clinical Exercise Physiologist (ACSM-CEP) and National Strength and Conditioning Association Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).

Dr. Ledoux then returned to NVU-Lyndon as an Adjunct Faculty Member and Fitness Facility/Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, before becoming a full-time faculty member in 2009. Since that time, he has also served as a Clinical Exercise Physiologist, Strength and Conditioning Coach, guest speaker at both regional and national conferences, published abstracts in the ACSM journal Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, and earned his Ph.D. in Health Science from Trident University International. Dr. Ledoux recently completed an exciting sabbatical at the world-renowned, Heart and Vascular Center of Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.

Dr. Ledoux's research interests revolve around the prevention and treatment of pathology through evidence-based exercise and functional exercise bio-mechanics for injury prevention and performance. As a former Snocross racer, Dr. Ledoux enjoys mountain biking on the local/world famous Kingdom Trails network, watching and attending formula-1 races, live music, and exploring the beautiful state of Vermont with his family.

 

Courses Taught


Fitness for Health and Performance
Nutrition for Health and Fitness
Fundamentals of Personal Training
Exercise Testing and Prescription
Practical Applications in Exercise Science
Clinical Exercise Prescription
Advanced Practicum in Exercise Science
Professional Experience in Exercise Science

Publications


Ledoux, G., Bouley, K., & Sgherza, A., (Sponsor: Paolone, V., FACSM; 2012). On-campus practicum activities and undergraduate national examination outcomes: preliminary data and trends. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 44(5), 80. Published.

Ledoux, G., & Bouley, K. (2012). On-campus practicum activities and undergraduate national examination outcomes: preliminary data and trends. American College of Sports Medicine 59th Annual National Conference, San Francisco, California. Presented.

Ledoux, G. (2010). ACL injury prevention and performance: how to create a successful program part II. New England American College of Sports Medicine Fall Conference, Providence, Rhode Island. Presented.

Ledoux, G. (2009). ACL injury prevention and performance: how to create a successful program part I. National Strength and Conditioning Association Vermont Chapter Annual Conference, Lyndonville, Vermont. Presented.

Ledoux, G. (2007). Adherence rates of bridgewater state college physical education graduate students to the ACSM's guidelines for exercise prescription. New England American College of Sports Medicine Fall Conference, Providence, Rhode Island. Presented.

Ledoux, G. (2007). Adherence rates of bridgewater state college physical education graduate students to the ACSM's guidelines for exercise prescription. Massachusetts State Colleges' Graduate Research Symposium, Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Presented.

Ledoux, G. (2007). Adherence rates of bridgewater state college physical education graduate students to the ACSM's guidelines for exercise prescription. Massachusetts State Colleges' Graduate Research Symposium, 2(1) 195-199. Published.

Ledoux, G., Moccia, A., Pober, D., & Sgherza, A. (2007). The effect of verbal and visual feedback on tolerance and perception of pain. Eastern Athletic Trainer's Association Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium, Boston, Massachusetts. Presented by co-researchers.  

ADDITIONAL PUBLICATION

Ledoux, N. (2015). Changing for the health of it: a simple and sensible guide to heart-healthy diet and exercise. Two Harbors Publishing, Minneapolis, MN. Ledoux, G. Forward Author. Published.