Matthew Giulio, an assistant professor of exercise science, has been named director of the Human Performance Laboratory at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.
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HPL stands for Human Performance Laboratory
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Denadai [([mail])] Human Performance Laboratory, UNESP, Rio Claro, SP, Brazil Camila C.
The techniques being employed are an array of developmental programmes, a sporting archive, a human performance laboratory and even a biomechanical computer programme known as Dartfish which analyses the performance of any team during a match.
The clinic is complemented by a human performance laboratory which is equipped with the latest scientific fitness testing equipment and software for assessing and testing people's fitness, as well as their general health and well-being.
The ambient temperature in the Human Performance Laboratory was 72°F during all testing.
Prof Asker Jeukendrup, academic director of the university's Human Performance Laboratory, says: "The key is setting realistic goals and don't let the excuse 'I don't have time' get in the way.
Clevidence, USDA-ARS Diet and Human Performance Laboratory, Beltsville, Maryland; phone (301) 504-8367, e-mail clevideb@ba.
Poor gym technique In a recent survey, Edward Cole, director of the human performance laboratory at the University of Texas, and a panel of experts looked at common mistakes made by gym-users.