Gregory L. Daniels, Ph.D., CSCS
AP Associate Professor
Coordinator, Activity Instruction Program
About Dr. Daniels
Dr. Daniels holds a B.S. degree in Marketing Management from Virginia Tech as well as an MS degree in Exercise and Sport Science and a Ph.D. in Kinesiology, both from Penn State.
Prior to arriving at UNCG in 2015, he served for 31 years as an active duty U.S. Army officer. He taught for 15 years in the Department of Physical Education at the United States Military Academy at West Point, where he spent the last 11 years as department chair, leading a robust program that taught and administered all physical education instruction and fitness testing for the United States Corps of Cadets.
- KIN 220 – Lifetime Wellness
- KIN 250 – Introduction to Kinesiology
- KIN 265 – Strength Training / Conditioning
- KIN 379 – Instructional Methods of Physical Activity
Scholarly & Professional Keywords
Exercise leadership, Physical activity across the lifespan, Personal and group fitness training, Strength training and conditioning
Selected Publications & Presentations
G. L. Daniels & T. F. Horne, Design lessons learned – Designing and building West Point’s new Arvin Cadet Physical Development Center, Presentation at the annual national conference of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Baltimore, MD, March 2007.
Haibach, P. S., Daniels, G. L., & Newell, K. M. (2004). Coordination changes in the early stages of learning to cascade juggle. Human Movement Science, 23, 185-206.
Daniels, G. L., & Newell, K. M. (2003). Attentional focus influences the walk-run transition in human locomotion. Biological Psychology, 63, 163-178.
Daniels; G. L. (2002). Walking and running: Information and energetics. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, The Pennsylvania State University.