Interested in Research Participation?
Complete the Participant Interest Form if you are interested in being a part of a research study in the Exercise and Performance Nutrition Laboratory.
This information may be used to invite you to participate in research studies in our lab. This information will not be shared with anyone outside of our researchers. You may withdraw your information at any time by contacting us at (636) 949-4676.
Cooling the Knee: Effects on Temperature, Mobility, Range of Motion, and Torque - A Pilot Study
The aim of this study this study to compare the effects of a knee sleeve on knee cooling, feelings of recovery, mobility, and strength following single-leg knee extension exercise.
A Crossover Study to Examine Exercise-Induced Rates of Fat Oxidation With and Without Ingestion of a Caffeine-Based Energy Drink
The aim of this study is to evaluate acute changes in rates of fat oxidation during exercise with and without the ingestion of a caffeine-based energy drink in healthy men and women.
A Randomized Study to Examine the Ability of a Caffeine-Based Energy Drink to Impact Energy Expenditure, Fat Oxidation, Reaction Time, and Other Perceptual Indicators
The aim of this study is to examine changes in energy expenditure, fat oxidation, reaction time, and perceptual indicators of energy and focus after acute ingestion of a caffeine-based energy drink.
Effect of a Novel Blend of Plant Protein and Additional Ingredients on Resistance Training Adaptations
The aim of the research study is to examine the effect of different forms of plant protein on resistance training adaptations.
Repeated External Pneumatic Compression Treatments Effects on Exercise Performance and Recovery
The purpose of this study is to examine how treatment with different types of external pneumatic compression devices affects recovery following a strenuous lower leg exercise bout.
Dose-Response Effect of Phosphatidylserine or Paraxanthine on eSports Performance
The purpose of this study is to assess the ability of two different daily doses of phosphatidylserine or a single daily dose of paraxanthine to improve electronic gaming performance and impact changes in cognition, sleep quality, and stress.
Assessment of Fueling Needs and Health Status in High School Athletes
The objective of this project is to assess the body composition, dietary intake, energy expenditure, nutrition knowledge, and energy availability in male and female high school athletes to assist athletes, parents, and coaches in understanding the various physiological demands that high school athletes endure.
Effect of Adding L-BAIBA or L-BAIBA + Grains of Paradise to Exercising Overweight Men and Women on Weight Loss and Health
The purpose of this study is to examine changes in body composition, weight loss, and cardiometabolic risk factors after adding supplementation of BAIBA and Grains of Paradise to exercise in overweight and obese men and women.
Effects of Adding L-BAIBA to Exercising Adult Overweight Men and Women on Changes in Body Composition, Glucose Control, and Cardiometabolic Risk Factors
The purpose of this study is to examine changes in body composition, fasting glucose, perceptual indicators of hunger and appetite, and profile of mood state after adding supplementation of BAIBA to exercise in overweight and obese men and women.
Effect of Creatine Monohydrate on Body Composition, Hemodynamics, and Occurrence of Adverse Events in High School Athletes
The purpose of this study is to fill a gap in knowledge between what is perceived to be the risk of creatine monohydrate supplementation in adolescent athletes and actual risk.
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