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Sampling rate effects on surface EMG timing and amplitude measures.
OBJECTIVE To determine if oversampling the surface electromyographic signal provides any benefit in analyzing common electromyographic timing and amplitude measures used in kinesiological studies. Expand
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Rapid movement kinematic and electromyographic control characteristics in males and females.
Maximally fast, self-terminated elbow flexion movements were performed by 10 male and 10 female college-aged subjects to assess potential gender-related differences in kinematics and the triphasicExpand
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Neuromuscular control following maximal eccentric exercise
Abstract Kinematic and electromyographic (EMG) analysis of a target-directed, maximal velocity movement was used to investigate the effects of high-force eccentric exercise on the neuromuscularExpand
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Motor Behavior: Connecting Mind and Body for Optimal Performance
Chapter 1. Introduction to Motor Behavior and the Mind-Body Connection UNIT I: Motor Control Chapter 2. Neural Mechanisms in Planning and Initiating Movement Chapter 3. Peripheral NeuromuscularExpand
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Enhancing Athletic Performance Using Digital Video in Consulting
Video has been used successfully in psychosocial interventions to help train communication skills, document behaviors, and as a feedback tool for behavior modification strategies. The need forExpand
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The Need for Greater Disciplinary Balance
AbstractThis article describes the current outlook for professional practice for graduates majoring in exercise science. A review of professional and experimental literature reveals that graduates ofExpand
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Auditory driving of the autonomic nervous system: Listening to theta-frequency binaural beats post-exercise increases parasympathetic activation and sympathetic withdrawal
Binaural beats are an auditory illusion perceived when two or more pure tones of similar frequencies are presented dichotically through stereo headphones. Although this phenomenon is thought toExpand
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Comments on “The Feldenkrais Method®: A Dynamic Approach to Changing Motor Behavior”
  • J. Ives
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Research quarterly for exercise and sport
  • 1 June 2003
Abstract The Feldenkrais Method® has recently been discussed to fit within a dynamic systems model of human movement. One basis for this discussion is that small changes in one system–for example,Expand
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Psychophysics in functional strength and power training: review and implementation framework.
  • J. Ives, G. Shelley
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Journal of strength and conditioning research
  • 1 February 2003
Functional training is considered to be training that attempts to mimic the specific physiological demands of real-life activities. Most approaches to functional training, though, omit importantExpand
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Varying Neural and Hypertrophic Influences in a Strength Program
THE IDEAL PROTOCOL TO OPTImize muscular strength or hypertrophy remains elusive, particularly for well-trained strength athletes whose adaptive response to training is minimal. This elusiveness canExpand
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