Shawn Eagle, MAT, LAT, ATC, CSCS

  • Graduate Student Researcher

Shawn Eagle is a doctoral student at the Neuromuscular Research Laboratory. Prior to returning to school, Eagle worked as a remote laboratory faculty member for the NMRL at the Naval Amphibious Base in Coronado, CA and Camp LeJeune-Stone Bay in Sneads Ferry, NC. He has previously earned a Masters of Athletic Training degree from Texas Tech University and a Bachelor of Arts in Athletic Training from Denison University. Eagle’s research interests include enhancing human performance and application of strength training and conditioning programs to prevent injuries to athletes and military personnel.

Representative Publications

Development of the Tactical Human Optimization, Rapid Rehabilitation, and Reconditioning Program Military Operator Readines Assessment for the Special Forces Operator

Recent Abstracts

Significantly Increased Odds of Reporting Previous Shoulder Injury in Females Based on Larger Magnitude Shoulder Rotator Side-to-Side Strength Differences

Core Strength as a Predictor of Performance during Three Fucntional Movement Screens

Special Warfare Combatant Crewmen Demonstrate Diminished Cervical Strength and Range of Motion Compared to Crewman Qualification Training Students

Task Description and Physiological Demand of Marine Special Operations Students during Amphibious Training

Heart Rate and Variability of Marine Special Operations Students during Close Quarter Battle Training

Evaluation of Musculoskeletal and Physiological Performance Differences in Sea, Air and Land (SEAL) Operators Grouped by Age

Identification of Asymmetrical and Suboptimal Agonist/Antagonist Strength in a Cohort of Special Forces Soldiers

Musculoskeletal injuries and associated healthcare utilization among Naval Special Warfare Sea, Air and Land Qualification Training students

Shoulder Strength, Flexibility, and Postural Characteristics among Naval Special Warfare Students with and without History of Shoulder Injury