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The physical education department was established in 1928 and experienced substantial growth in the 1960s. In 1968, Dr. Stone directed an exercise program for heart attack patients where participants' aerobic capacity was improved, indicating the importance of exercise for health.

For more information about the Exercise Science and Physical Education program, please visit: http://www.asu.edu/clas/espe

Bicycle engometer test at ASU, 1971

Exercise Science and Physical Education
Associate Professor Dr. William Stone (l.) assessing physical fitness of the subject through the Astrand Test, a bicycle engometer test, at ASU.
Photographer: Charles R. Conley
Charles Conley Photographs, University Archives
ASUP Stone, Dr. William

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