Charles A. Gremillion IV, MS, SCCC
Visiting Instructor in Kinesiology
M.S. Exercise Physiology (Texas Tech University)
B.S. Health and Exercise Sport Science (Texas Tech University)
Strength & Conditioning Coach Certified (Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Assoc.)
Special Topics: Strength & Conditioning
Creating a Wellness Lifestyle
Exercise Physiology (Texas Tech University)
Health for Adolescents (Texas Tech University)
Introduction to Exercise Science (Texas Tech University)
Mr. Gremillion’s primary areas of interest include exercise physiology, muscle physiology & biochemistry, applied physiology and strength & conditioning. His teaching interests also include other kinesiology and health-related courses.
Mr. Gremillion’s areas of research have included the influence of exercise on oxidative stress and antioxidant supplementation (Green Tea, EGCG). He has further interests in the role of exercise on the attention deficit brain (ADHD) and the influence of plyometric training on endurance performance.
Before arriving at Houston Baptist in the summer of 2010, Mr. Gremillion served as an adjunct instructor and lab technician (Exercise Physiology & Biochemistry Lab) at Texas Tech University. He served as a strength & conditioning intern for the athletic department working with baseball, softball, basketball, golf, tennis, soccer and volleyball. Mr. Gremillion served further as the head coach of the Texas Tech Triathlon team for 3 years where he helped lead the Red Raiders to a top 20 team finish at the USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championships and individual qualifiers for World Half Ironman Championships, World Long Course Championships and Age Group National Championships.
Mr. Gremillion’s hobbies include backpacking, triathlon, flag football, soccer and rugby as well as strength & conditioning work.