Dan Zeman
Cardiovascular Health, Exercise Physiology / Fitness, Longevity and Aging, Preventative Health and Medicine, Public Health
United States

Dan Zeman is an American College of Sports Medicine certified Exercise Physiologist with extensive experience in the health, fitness, and sports medicine arenas. His career began in the clinical settings with symptomatic cardiac and diabetic patients. He expanded his expertise for exercise testing and training individuals’ encompassing a much wider-cross section of ages and fitness levels. Most notably, firefighters, sheriffs and professional athletes within the NHL, NFL, NBA as well as, three-time Tour-de-France winner Greg LeMond.

Dan has conducted an array of research involving the aerobic capacity of wheelchair athletes, the amputee athlete, childhood obesity, AAU girls’ basketball players and professional mountain bike racers. He has been recruited by high profile fitness centers to create heart rate training manuals and by computer software companies to design health/fitness packages for hospitals and corporate wellness centers. Dan has also been recruited by corporations that manufacture metabolic testing equipment, body fat measuring devices, commercial grade playground equipment, as well as web-based exercise monitoring wearables.

Dan has appeared on a variety of podcasts, television interviews, professional conferences, and traditional print media. He recently wrote and published his first book to the aging baby boomer entitled “You’re Too Old to Die Young.” He is currently writing his follow up book entitled “Playing the back Nine with a Purpose.”