运动技能研究中心实验设备无论在数量还是质量上占据国际前列。实验室目前占地面积约为2000余平方米，其中运动生物力学实验平台目前是“运动健身科技”教育部重点实验室、“人类运动能力开发与保障”上海市重点实验室和“运动认知评定与调控”国家体育总局重点实验室，其科技实力具有相当国际影响力。体-医-工结合创新实验中心，搭建国际领先、国内首例高速双平面荧光透视系统，并将其创新性应用于“科技助力冬奥”项目；采用前期在哈佛、麻省理工学院的先进技术和经验，研发国内首台在体定量膝关节运动分析系统，应用于体育和医学领域的膝关节功能的日常监测和损伤检测。研究中心现有的设备技术包括： 1）高速红外立体运动捕捉系统， 2）多轴测力台， 3）逆向动力学分析， 4）有限元分析， 5）骨肌分析等，6）人体影像学分析等，开展横向（多关节，多功能）和纵向（不同训练、康复、支具等的长期随访）在体关节生物力学领域基础研究，促进学科建设和提升影响力，运用于体育运动和运动损伤、康复有至关重要的研究意义。
The Sports Performance Research Center is equipped with cutting-edge experimental systems. The laboratory covers an area of more than 2000 square meters. The sports biomechanics experiment platform is currently awarded as Key Laboratory of the Ministry of education in "sports and fitness technology"; Shanghai Key Laboratory in “Human Sports Performance Development and Assurance" and Key Laboratory of the National Sports Administration in "Sports Cognition evaluation and regulation". The laboratory holds international influence in scientific and technological strength. The first high-speed biplane fluoroscopy system in China was developed in the innovation center of sports, medicine and engineering. It is a key equipment applied in the project of "science and technology boost Winter Olympics". The first in-vivo quantitative knee function analysis system in China was also developed by integrating advanced technology and experience from Harvard and MIT. It is applied in injury detection and prevention in sports medicine. The existing equipment and technology of the research center include: 1) high-speed infrared 3D motion capture system, 2) multi axis force platform, 3) inverse dynamics analysis, 4) finite element analysis, 5) musculoskeletal analysis, 6) biomedical imaging analysis, and etc. The research involves transverse (multi-joint, multi-function) and longitudinal (long-term follow-up of various intervention in training, rehabilitation and support) dimensions in the field of body and joint biomechanics. It is of great significance to promote the research and application in sports, injury and rehabilitation.