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We're proud to announce the Stanford Human Performance Lab (HPL) as a Partner Sponsor for 2010, and a key resource for the club's members.
The Human Performance Laboratory is a center for excellence in sport science providing a unique link between Stanford's prestigious Athletics program, the School of Medicine, and various Academic Departments within the University. We provide sport science services to Stanford's 900 varsity athletes and perform interdisciplinary research integrating fields of biomechanics, biomedical engineering, physiology and exercise physiology, orthopaedics, mechanobiology, and exercise rehabilitation.
Starting in 2008, the Human Performance Lab opened its doors to the public, and began offering testing services to athletes outside of the Stanford Athletics program. SJBC is proud to be aligned with the Human Performance Lab in 2010. We encourage our members to use the world class testing facilities for VO2 Max, Lactate Threshold, and DXA imaging for body composition tests. The HPL has graciously donated testing gift certificates to the team, which will be awarded throughout the year at our various club events and races.
In addition, the Human Performance Lab has extended the Stanford student and faculty discount to SJBC club members. To obtain more information about a test or to schedule an appointment, please contact the Human Performance Lab and let them know that you are a SJBC member.
· Provide sport science services to Stanford Athletics to optimize performance and reduce the risk of injury and illness.
· Educate and empower coaches, athletic trainers & student-athletes to use sports science technologies in coaching and in designing and implementing their own training programs.
· Participate in the campus-wide Health and Wellness initiative by providing fitness and health assessments and sport science services to the Stanford Community.
· Produce quality interdisciplinary research in areas of sports medicine and sports science, with a focus on biomechanics and exercise physiology.