- B.S. Tarleton State University, 1990
- M.Ed. Tarleton State University, 1992
Ronnie Zoch graduated in 1990 with a BS in Exercise and Sports Studies from Tarleton State University and completed his Master of Education in Physical Education from Tarleton State University in 1992. He competed for the Tarleton Cross Country and Track & Field teams from 1985-1989. He started off as an adjunct faculty member in 1998 teaching activity courses and became a full-time faculty member in the Kinesiology Department in 2008. He loves teaching Outdoor Adventure and archery. Ronnie is a certified as Level 1 Challenge Course Facilitator and also works as a facilitator at the Tarleton State University Challenge Course. He also serves as an assistant coach for the Tarleton Cross Country and Track & Field teams. Ronnie is married to Rana who has three daughters Kyra, Leah and Christa.
- Fitness Walking (KINE 1220)
- Weight Training (KINE 1232)
- Racquetball (KINE 1222)
- Archery (KINE 1210)
- Outdoor Adventure (KINE 3326)
- Summer Swim Program
Quote to live by:
God is good all the time, and all the time God is good
Why Kinesiology is important to me:
It helps people understand how the human body works and how to live a healthy lifestyle by embracing a life of fitness.
Favorite fitness routine:
Swim 1 mile and aqua jog for 25 minutes