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Laboratory Experiences in Exercise Physiology

Author(s): James R. Bagley, C. Matthew Lee

Edition: 1

Copyright: 2020

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Laboratory Experiences in Exercise Physiology guides students through engaging lab activities, teaching advanced concepts with clarity and approachability. This book includes step-by-step lab procedures, practical applications, historical perspectives, and an Electronic Lab Report System (eLabs) that streamlines assessment for Instructors. This material is intended to demonstrate and reinforce concepts in undergraduate Exercise Physiology curriculum. The unique eLabs offer Instructors the ability to conduct many labs virtually. Instructors have access to a community web portal to share ideas and ‘sample data sets’ with other Exercise Physiologists from around the world.

Lab 1 - Introduction to the Laboratory
Lab 2 - Anaerobic Power: The Wingate Cycle Test
Lab 3 - Indirect Calorimetry: Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR)
Lab 4 - Oxygen Uptake (VO2) Kinetics: Excess Post-exercise Oxygen Uptake (EPOC)
Lab 5 - Neuromuscular Activation & Fatigue: Electromyography (EMG)
Lab 6 - Muscle Performance: Strength & Endurance
Lab 7 - Cardiovascular Response to Exercise: Heart Rate & Blood Pressure
Lab 8 - Estimating Cardiorespiratory Fitness
Lab 9 - Cardiorespiratory Fitness: Maximal Oxygen Consumption (VO2max)
Lab 10 - Pulmonary Response to Exercise: Ventilatory Threshold (Tvent)
Lab 11 - Body Composition
Lab 12 - Energy Balance: Nutrition & Physical Activity
Lab 13 - Blood Glucose Homeostasis
Lab 14 - Lactate Threshold (Tlac)
Lab 15 - Economy of Movement: Hiking & Backpacking
Lab 16 - Environmental Physiology: Exercise in the Heat
Lab 17 - Muscle Physiology: 3D Muscle Fiber Imaging

James R. Bagley

James R. Bagley, PhD, is Associate Professor of Kinesiology at San Francisco State University. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in exercise physiology, directs the Muscle Physiology Laboratory, and codirects the Exercise Physiology Laboratory. His wide-ranging research interests include (1) skeletal muscle structure, function, and adaption to exercise, (2) human performance enhancement strategies, and (3) validity, reliability, and efficacy of health/fitness technologies. 

C. Matthew Lee

C. Matthew Lee, PhD, is Professor and Chair of the Department of Kinesiology at San Francisco University. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in exercise physiology and codirects the Exercise Physiology Laboratory. His research interests include automatic control of the cardiovascular system, cardiovascular responses to exercise, and clinical exercise physiology. He is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and an ACSM Certified Clinical Exercise Physiologist. 

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