department of kinesiology

25 Independence Way, Kingston, RI 02881


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Linda Lamont

Linda Lamont
  • Professor
  • Exercise Science
  • Phone: 401.874.5449
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  • Office Location: Independence Square, Suite P, RM 220


  • Ph.D., Applied Physiology, Kent State University
  • M.Ed., Human Performance, Cleveland State University
  • B.S., Physical Education, Slippery Rock University



Armitano C., Clapham E., Lamont LS. Audette J. Benefits of surfing in children with disabilities: A pilot study. Palaestra, 29(3): 31-34, 2015.

Lamont LS, Bobb J. Blissmer B, Desai V. Pretest variables that improve the predictive value of exercise testing in women. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 55(12):1578-83, 2015.

Lamont LS, Armitano C, Clapham E. Ocean surfing as a novel physiotherapy environment: A commentary. Journal of Novel Physiotherapies, 4: 2014.

Lamont, L., Panagiotis, P.  Armitano, C.N., Clapham, E.D. Development of a wet suit for children with Down’s syndrome. International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education, 8(1): 98-103, 2014.

Clapham, E.D., Armitano, C.N., Lamont, L., & Audette, J.G. The Ocean as a Unique Therapeutic Environment: Developing a Surfing Program. Journal of Physical Education Recreation and Dance, 85(4): 8-14, 2014.

Manfredi TG, Monteiro MA, Lamont LS, Singh MF, Foldvari M, White S, Cosmas AC, Urso ML. Postmenopausal effects of resistance training on muscle damage and mitochondria. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 27(2): 556-561, 2013.

Buckley DH, Ainsworth NN, DeMilia N, Tanzi S, Xu F, Lamont LS. A diabetic adolescent case study: Use of a website in combination with an exercise program to increase physical activity. International Journal of Exercise Science, 5(3): 296-300, 2012.

Lamont LS. A critical review of recommendations to increase dietary protein requirements in the habitually active. Nutrition Research Reviews, 25 (1): 142-149, 2012.

Lamont LS. A simple ergometer modification can expand the exercise options for wheelchair clients. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, 6: 176-178, 2011.

Lamont LS, Risica PM. Weight gain and weight management concerns for patients on beta blockers. Nutrition Today, 45:250-252, 2010.

Lamont LS, Romito R., and Rossi K. Fat-free mass and gender influences the rapid-phase excess postexercise oxygen consumption. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 35: 22 – 26, 2010.

Benjamin L, Blanpied P. and L. Lamont. Dietary carbohydrate and protein manipulation and exercise recovery in novice weight-lifters. Journal of Exercise Physiologyonline, 12(6), December 2009.

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