The Human Physiology Lab utilizes two treadmills. A standard 3' x 6' bed treadmill for traditional exercise testing, and an 8'x 8' bed treadmill that can accommodate those who prefer roller skis or rollerblades.
The Velotron® is a PC based cycle ergometer used for various exercise testing and training. Pre-programmed training rides can be used, or individual training programs can be created.
The three LODE ergometers are programmable analog cycles used mainly for prescribed training programs with varying intensities.
An arm ergometer is available for those unable to utilize the traditional cycle ergometer, or for isolating the upper body musculature.
For those who choose rowing as their preferred sport, Concept 2® rowing ergometers can be used for exercise testing and training. The Human Physiology Lab uses two rowers, one set up for traditional rowing, while the other simulates the paddling technique used by kayakers.
This isokinetic machine is used to assess muscle strength and range of motion. Measurements are used to develop training and rehabilitation programs that can provide quantitative measurement of progress or performance.
Human Physiology Laboratory | Center for Athletics and Wellness, Room 102 | (570) 340-6069 | Fax: (570) 340-6067
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