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Sue Hebel, Ed.D., ATC

Professor of Physical Education and Applied Exercise Science
Internship Coordinator for Applied Exercise Science
Phone: (626) 815-5088
Fax: (626) 815-5084
Sue Hebel, Ed.D., enjoys getting her students excited about current research happening in the field of physical education, and how they can apply this information in their teaching and coaching profession. For Common Day of Learning 2004, Hebel coached her students as they examined the research on carbohydrate-protein post-exercise nutritional strategies. The class then designed their own postexercise meals based on their findings. She is currently working with Brian Clay, 2004 Olympic Decathlete contender, in developing a video series of his dynamic warm-up. She is very passionate about service learning in the Azusa Unified School District, and desires for her students to apply their learning to elementary, junior high, and high school students.


Ed.D. - Analysis of Human Motions, Brigham Young University
M.A. - Physical Education, Administration, Cal State University at Long Beach
B.A. - Physical Education, Biola University


  • School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences
    • Department of Exercise and Sport Science


  • Decathalon, Triathalon, and Hepcathalon Training
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Fitness
  • Sports Medicine

Courses Taught

PE 363 – Physiology of Exercise (F)
PE 366 – Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries
PE 475 – Tests and Measurements in Physical Education and Sports
PE 565 – Physical Education, Athletics, and the Law
PE 575 – Advanced Principles of Physical Conditioning
PE 580 – Wellness and Fitness for Life
PE 325 – Motor Development and Learning

Professional/Scholarly Presentations

Common Day of Learning – Nurturing the Body; Post-exercise Nutritional Strategies, Mentor 2004

Comparison of Upper and Lower Body Bioelectrical Impedance to Jackson and Pollock’s Three-Site Skinfold Equation on College Students – Christian Society for Kinesiology and Leisure Studies – Ancaster, Canada, 2003

Common Day of Learning - Comparison of Three Body Composition Analyzers, Mentor 2003

Learning through Serving – Christian Society for Kinesiology and Leisure Studies –Wheaton, 2002