Lance Bollinger, Ph.D.
Dr. Bollinger earned his PhD from East Carolina University in 2013. Dr. Bollinger teaches undergraduate (KHP 240: Nutrition and Physical Fitness and KHP450: Introduction to Exercise Testing and Prescription) and graduate (KHP 781: Skeletal Muscle Physiology) courses within the exercise physiology program. Additionally, Dr. Bollinger serves as coordinator for KHP 577: Practicum in Kinesiology.
Dr. Bollinger is chiefly interested in effects of obesity on skeletal muscle physiology and biomechanics. Additionally, Dr. Bollinger is currently exploring how a novel iso-inertial form of resistance training affects muscle recruitment and how physical activity intervention affects UK employee physical activity
Research categories: Resistance Training, Neuromuscular Control, Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Human Performance, Kinesiology, Physical Activity