- Edward F Coyle
Edward F Coyle
Edward Coyle directs the Human Performance Laboratory, and his research focuses on the metabolic and cardiovascular factors that limit exercise performance. Recently, he has investigated the cardio-metabolic effects of prolonged sitting and the amount of exercise needed to counteract the negative health consequences of daily sedentary behavior. Furthermore, he will be studying 50-70 y men and women to determine the extent to which 'power' training can reverse their loss of muscle mass and if nutritional supplementation can augment the improvements in muscle function.
Ph.D. in Animal Physiology, University of Arizona, 1979
Investigates metabolic and cardiovascular factors that limit exercise performance.
Chou, T-H., Allen, JR., Hahn, DW., Leary, BK. & Coyle, EF. (2018). Cardiovascular responses to exercise when narrowing the core-to- skin temperature gradient by increasing skin temperature. Journal of Applied Physiology, (in press).
Kim, I-Y., Park, S., Chou, T-H., Trombold, JR. & Coyle, EF. (2016). Prolonged sitting negatively affects the postprandial plasma triglyceride-lowering effect of acute exercise. American Journal of Physiology - Endocrinology and Metabolism, 311(5), E891–E898.
Lee, J., Christmas, K., Machin, D. & Coyle, E. (2015). Warm skin alters cardiovascular responses to cycling after preheating and precooling. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise(47), 1168–1176.
Trombold, J., Christmas, K., Machin, D., Van Pelt, P., Heng, T., Kim, I. & Coyle, E. (2014). Postexercise macronutrient intake and subsequent postprandial triglyceride metabolism. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 46, 2099–2106.
Machin, D., Christmas, K., Chou, T., Hill, S., Van Pelt, D., Trombold, J. & Coyle, E. (2014). Effects of differing dosages of pomegranate juice supplementation after eccentric exercises. Physiology Journal. (View)
Trinity, J., Pahnke, M., Trombold, J. & Coyle, E. (2014). Impact of polyphenol antioxidants on cycling performance and cardiovascular function. Nutrients, 6(3), 1273–1292.
Trombold, JR., Christmas, K., Machin, D., Van Pelt, DW., Heng, TH., Kim, IY. & Coyle, EF. (2014). Post- exercise macronutrient intake and subsequent postprandial triglyceride metabolism. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 46, 2099–2106.
Kim, IY., Park, S., Trombold, JR. & Coyle, EF. (2014). Effects of moderate- and intermittent low- intensity exercise on postprandial lipemia.. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 46, 1882–1890.
Trombold, J., Christmas, K., Machin, D., Kim, I. & Coyle, E. (2013). Acute high-intensity endurance exercise is more effective than moderate-intensity exercise for attenuation of postprandial triglyceride. Journal of Applied Physiology, 114, 792–800.
McLean, B., Petrucelli, C. & Coyle, E. (2012). Maximal power output and perceptual fatigue responses during a Division I female collegiate soccer season. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 26, 3189–3196.
Trinity, J., Lee, J., Pahnke, M., Beck, K. & Coyle, E. (2012). Attenuated relationship between cardiac output and oxygen uptake during high intensity exercise. Acta Physiologica, 204, 362–370.
The Human Performance Laboratory
Investigating the types of physical activity and exercise that both keep people healthy and allow them to achieve their physical potential.
Reversing Sarcopenia With Daily Consumption of Pomegranate Juice to Augment Exercise Training
Women and men between the ages of 50-70 y will perform 10 weeks exercise training using a unique method aimed to increase muscle power and size, determined using MRI and DEXA, among other measures. A main purpose is to determine if daily consumption of pomegranate juice containing ellagitannin augments increases in muscle size and power.
The Effect of Prolonged Sitting on Metabolic and Cardiovascular Responses to Short Term Exercise Training
Previous studies from the HPL have found that prolonged sitting throughout the day prevents a one-hour bout of exercise from improving lipid and carbohydrate metabolism measured the next morning. We have termed this exercise resistance. This project will determine is prolonged sitting over one week of exercise training attenuates the exercise training induced improvement in cardiovascular function and metabolism.
Interrupting Prolonged Sitting with Interval Exercise: The Effect on Postprandial Lipemia.
Prolonged sitting impairs the clearance of plasma triglycerides the next morning. This project will determine interruptions of the prolonged sitting with periodic interval exercise can improve the post-prandial lipemic response.
Inaugural Keynote Lecturer, UK Sports and Exercise Medicine (2010)
Citation Award, American College of Sports Medicine (2006)
President's Lecture, 50th Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine (2003)
Distinguished Faculty Award, College of Education; UT-Austin (2002)
Fellow, American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education (1997)
Fellow, American College of Sports Medicine (1991)
Muscle Health: On and Off the Court., Annual Meeting of SCAN of American Dietetic Association., Charlotte, NC USA (2017)
Accomplishments of the Ball State University Human Performance Laboratory- 50th Anniversary., American College of Sports Medicine, San Diego, CA (2015)
The Physiology of Endurance Performance: How Fast Might They Go?, Korean Sport Science Institute, Seoul, South Korea (2014)
Physiology of the Marathon, The 8th International Sport Sciences Symposium of "Active Life"., Tokyo, Japan (2013)
Physiology of Endurance, The 20th International Congress on Sport Science, Budapest, Hungary (2012)
Reece L Caldwell, M.S., expected 2023 (Supervisor)
Human Performance Disease Prevention Exercise as Medicine Public Health
|2020||Spring||KIN 395: 49-Sports Nutrition|
|2020||Spring||KIN 330E: Sport Nutrition|
|2019||Fall||KIN 196: Doctoral Seminar|
|2019||Fall||KIN 382: 6-Adv Lab Techniq In Exer Phys|
|2019||Spring||KIN 395: 49-Sports Nutrition|
|2019||Spring||KIN 330E: Sport Nutrition|
|2018||Fall||KIN 395: 15-Cond For Competitv Athletes|
|2018||Fall||KIN 382: 6-Adv Lab Techniq In Exer Phys|
|2018||Summer||KIN f425K: Physiology Of Exercise|
|2018||Spring||KIN 395: 49-Sports Nutrition|
|2018||Spring||KIN 330E: Sport Nutrition|
|2017||Fall||KIN 395: 15-Cond For Competitv Athletes|
|2017||Fall||KIN 382: 6-Adv Lab Techniq In Exer Phys|
|2017||Summer||KIN f425K: Physiology Of Exercise|
|2017||Spring||KIN 395: 49-Sports Nutrition|
|2017||Spring||KIN 395: 15-Cond For Competitv Athletes|
|2016||Fall||KIN 395: 46-Adv Exercise Physiology I|
|2016||Fall||KIN 382: 6-Adv Lab Techniq In Exer Phys|
|2016||Summer||KIN f325K: Physiology Of Exercise|
|2016||Spring||KIN 395: 49-Sports Nutrition|
|2016||Spring||KIN 395: 15-Cond For Competitv Athletes|
|2015||Fall||KIN 395: 46-Adv Exercise Physiology I|
|2015||Fall||KIN 382: 6-Adv Lab Techniq In Exer Phys|
|2015||Spring||KIN 395: 49-Sports Nutrition|
|2015||Spring||KIN 395: 15-Cond For Competitv Athletes|
|2014||Fall||KIN 395: 46-Adv Exercise Physiology I|
|2014||Fall||KIN 382: 6-Adv Lab Techniq In Exer Phys|
|2014||Summer||KIN f325K: Physiology Of Exercise|
|2014||Spring||KIN 395: 15-Cond For Competitv Athletes|
|2014||Spring||KIN 395: 49-Sports Nutrition|
Human Performance Laboratory
The Human Performance Laboratory investigates the physiological factors that regulate exercise performance.