The Applied Exercise Physiology Laboratory is the primary teaching laboratory for the undergraduate and graduate courses in exercise physiology and testing and prescription.
The laboratory is housed in a 4,000-square-foot facility that includes an office, storage room, classroom area (HPER 318/317) that is equipped with desks and audiovisual equipment, and a separate testing laboratory (HPER 310/306) that is equipped with equipment for a range of assessments.
- Quinton and Trackmaster treadmills
- Two ParvoMedics TrueOne 2400 metabolic carts
- Cardiac Science Quinten Q-Stress and TM55 Treadmill
- Several Monark cycle ergometers
- Lode Excalibur Sport
- Stepping ergometer
Body Composition and Anthropometric Assessments
- Bod Pod
- Skinfold calipers
- Several BIA machines
- Gulick tape measures
Muscle Function Assessment
- Handgrip dynamometers
- Body Solid Leg press
- Body Solid Bench press
- Sit-and-reach boxes
- Blood pressure cuffs
- Polar Heart Rate Monitors
- Timing Mats
- Lactate Plus Lactate Meter
- Tissot for Douglas bag measurements
Laboratory Director: Scott Crouter, PhD, FACSM
Laboratory Technician: Pam Andrews
Graduate Teaching Assistants/Associates:
Many faculty associated with the laboratory have active research programs. Please see the faculty directory or the other labs on the website to find out more about research opportunities within the department.
We offer testing for UT members and the surrounding community. Examples of testing that could be completed are VO2max treadmill or cycle test, lactate threshold, and body composition. Please contact Dr. Crouter if you are interested in finding out more about the testing available and cost.
Information about the graduate programs in exercise physiology, assistantship opportunities, and applications can be found on the Department of Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport Studies Graduate Programs web pages.
Scott Crouter, PhD
Director of Applied Physiology Laboratory
Director of Physical Activity Assessment Laboratory
Department of Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport Studies
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
1914 Andy Holt Ave
Knoxville, TN 37996-2700