Creator:   ESSR Editor
Created:   10/14/2009
Contains:  30 items
Articles cover the biomechanics of tissue factors in performance, athletic equipment and clothing, and gait analysis. From Volume 28 (2000) to the current issue.

It Is Not About the Bike, It Is About the Pedaling: Forced Exercise and Parkinson's Disease

Alberts, Jay L.; Linder, Susan M.; Penko, Amanda L.; More

Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews . 39(4):177-186, October 2011.

Biomechanics of Sport Concussion: Quest for the Elusive Injury Threshold

Guskiewicz, Kevin M.; Mihalik, Jason P.

Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews . 39(1):4-11, January 2011.

Forward Dynamics Simulations Provide Insight Into Muscle Mechanical Work During Human Locomotion

Neptune, Richard R.; McGowan, Craig P.; Kautz, Steven A.

Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews . 37(4):203-210, October 2009.

Biomechanics of Human Locomotion in Water: An Electomyographic Analysis

Masumoto, Kenji; Mercer, John A.

Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews . 36(3):160-169, July 2008.

Biomechanical, Microvascular, and Cellular Factors Promote Muscle and Bone Regeneration

Duda, Georg N.; Taylor, William R.; Winkler, Tobias; More

Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews . 36(2):64-70, April 2008.

Neuromusculoskeletal Models Provide Insights into the Mechanisms and Rehabilitation of Hamstring Strains

Thelen, Darryl G.; Chumanov, Elizabeth S.; Sherry, Marc A.; More

Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews . 34(3):135-141, July 2006.

Attentional and Biomechanical Deficits Interact After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

van Donkelaar, Paul; Osternig, Louis; Chou, Li-Shan

Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews . 34(2):77-82, April 2006.

Open- or Closed-Kinetic Chain Exercises After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction?

Fleming, Braden C.; Oksendahl, Heidi; Beynnon, Bruce D.

Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews . 33(3):134-140, July 2005.

Energetic Consequences of Walking Like an Inverted Pendulum: Step-to-Step Transitions

Kuo, Arthur D.; Donelan, J Maxwell; Ruina, Andy

Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews . 33(2):88-97, April 2005.