Jack F. Wasserman, PhD

Jack F. WassermanDr. Wasserman has a Doctorate of Science in Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering, and is a retired professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering and engineering science. He has taught in the University setting for over 30 years developing course content for several biomechanical engineering courses as well as community and instructor fitness training courses.   He was the coordinator for the Biomedical Engineering degree program at the University of Tennessee and has received numerous departmental, college and university teaching awards.
He has been involved in the fitness industry for over 20 years teaching land and water classes to a variety of participants and has presented several courses for fitness professionals in the conference and workshop settings.  He is instrumental in developing the educational format for the courses produced by Fitness Learning Systems. He enjoys teaching aquatic fitness classes where he incorporates his engineering and medical concepts into class practice, providing superior training concepts for all ages, especially older adults.
Co-Author of: Kinesiology.