Exercise Physiology Lab (EPL)

Hamidreza Khalounejad is a Researcher

My Exercise Physiology Lab

The main goal of the Exercise Physiology Lab (EPL) is to figure out the mechanisms and interplay of acute and chronic responses of the cardio-respiratory, neuro-muscular, and metabolic systems to different types of exercise in health and disease conditions. My aim in this part of the website is to improve the most efficient training strategies and novel technologies and methods for improving athletic performance, public health and well-being, and quality of life in the long term. Also, the primary purpose of doing research in the Exercise Physiology Laboratory is to seek different interventions (such as various training methods, supplements, nutrition, medication, etc.) to improve public health, well-being, and sports performance. 

Dynamometer Handgrip Test

 

Grip strength is often evaluated by a hand-held dynamometer. The subjects squeeze the dynamometer with all of their strength. An average score is then calculated after testing three times with each hand.

 

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Dynamometer Handgrip Test

Performing VO2 Max Test With the Bruce Protocol in the Exercise Physiology lab at the University of Arak

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