Martin Sust

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Previous studies reported an association of angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) I/D gene polymorphism with physical performance. The study was based on the hypothesis that certain individual biomechanical muscle properties could be associated with ACE genotype and that they could influence athletes’ physical performance. Movement-independent individual(More)
We evaluate an improved method for individually determining neuromuscular properties in vivo. The method is based on Hill's equation used as a force law combined with Newton's equation of motion. To ensure the range of validity of Hill's equation, we first perform detailed investigations on in vitro single muscles. The force-velocity relation determined(More)
The purposes of this research were a) to identify differences in the biomechanical description of movements between the biomechanist (external view), the athlete (internal sight) and the coach system (internal sight from external view; Lippens, 1997) and b) to supply applicable and relevant information for learning sport skills. The research consists of(More)
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