Katie Sell, Ph.D., NSCA-CSCS, ACSM-HFI, is an assistant professor in the Department of Physical Education and Sport Sciences at Hofstra University, where she coordinates the undergraduate Exercise Specialist Program. She earned a Ph.D. from the University of Utah in 2006, where she was an assistant in the Peak Performance Center, and she earned an M.S. in kinesiology and health education (exercise physiology/sport and exercise psychology) from Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville in 2002. Dr. Sell teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in exercise physiology, physical fitness assessment, programming, interpretation of research, and sport sociology. Her research interests include firefighter health, physical fitness standards, and exercise programming. She serves on the National Strength and Conditioning Association-Tactical Strength and Conditioning (NSCA-TSAC) Program’s Special Interest Group (SIG) and the FireFit Committee, whose focus is to enhance physical fitness in wildland firefighters nationwide. Other areas of interest include the promotion of physical activity among college students, and the impact of NCAA rules and regulations on the professional practices of strength and conditioning coaches and athletic training personnel.