Joseph Munaretto, PhD
My passion is using biomechanics concepts to aid and consult for human performance, injury assessment, and design of biomechanically sound products. I received my PhD in biomedical engineering at USC studying biomechanics of human movement. Although my background is mechanical engineering, I've developed a strong interest in exercise physiology and nutrition. I've done quite a bit of biomechanical and physiological experimentation (force plates, electromyography, motion capture, accelerometry, oxygen consumption, heartrate, etc...) of human movements, a lot of analysis and development of biomechanical models. I'm also an avid exercise rat for both resistance and endurance training. You'll find me out in the mountains hiking or on the road cycling or running on the weekend.