Our state-of-the-art facilities and equipment get students involved in real-world opportunities and provide a professional experience for our clients.
This lab is for undergraduate and graduate athletic training education programs.
The biomechanics lab studies the forces acting on a living body and the patterns of movement caused by the forces. It provides insight to improving skill performance, understanding the process of skill development, and identifies the etiology of overuse injuries.
This area contains a lab, conference room, and a consultation room. The lab suite is used to conduct research on the role of psychological factors to explain human motivation, performance, learning, and physical activity. It also provides mental skills consultations to athletes.
The mission of the lab is to promote excellence in teaching Exercise Science concepts and to facilitate the hands-on learning of exercise testing, prescription and programming. The lab provides state of the art equipment for faculty and student research and learning.
McCormick 177, 177C, 177D and 177F