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Lance Bollinger, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion
201 Seaton Center
(859) 257-7904

Lance Bollinger received his Ph.D. from East Carolina University in 2013 following a brief stint as a clinical exercise physiologist. His research focuses on the neuromuscular effects of obesity. He is particularly interested in the role of neuromuscular recruitment in muscle strength and performance of dynamic activities of daily living. Additionally, Dr. Bollinger has been investigating exercise performance during flywheel-based (iso-inertial) resistance training. Dr. Bollinger teaches KHP 240, Nutrition and Physical Activity, as well as KHP 450, Exercise Testing and Prescription.

Dr. Bollinger is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) from the NSCA and as a Clinical Exericse Physiologist (CEP) from ACSM.

Vita (PDF)

Research categories: Muscle, Obesity, Resistance Training, Neuromuscular Control