This 20,000 square foot laboratory is connected to the Health and Physical Activity Building. It contains equipment for exercise testing, metabolic measurement, environmental heat stress, cardiovascular measurement, biomechanical analysis, strength testing and biomechanical analysis of body tissue and fluids. The Human Performance Laboratory (HPL) has received nationwide recognition for research involving NASA, Olympic athletes, nutritional supplementation, and other topics concerning human performance. HPL has nationally recognized faculty as well. Eight of ten faculty have the highest degree in their field.
Visit the Human Performance Laboratory
This complex consists of several basketball and volleyball courts that are used for classes, intramurals, club sports and athletics. There are three fully mirrored dance studios used for activities such as aerobic classes and dance instruction. The recreation fitness room, which is made up fixed and free weights, cardiovascular machines and handicap accessible machines, is also located in this complex. The room is fully mirrored and air conditioned.
This center consists of a 25 yard, 6 lane pool. There is a diving well with one meter boards and seating around the edge of the pool.
Ball Gymnasium is a popular spot for students and faculty. It features a swimming pool, modern fitness room, and an elevated indoor track.
Athletic Training Biomechanics
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