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MR Yeadon
MR Yeadon
Professor of Computer Simulation in Sport, Loughborough University
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Application of the joint coordinate system to three-dimensional joint attitude and movement representation: a standardization proposal
GK Cole, BM Nigg, JL Ronsky, MR Yeadon
5811993
The simulation of aerial movement—II. A mathematical inertia model of the human body
MR Yeadon
Journal of biomechanics 23 (1), 67-74, 1990
5711990
Biomechanical aspects of playing surfaces
BM Nigg, MR Yeadon
Journal of sports sciences 5 (2), 117-145, 1987
3031987
Mechanical analysis of the landing phase in heel-toe running
MF Bobbert, MR Yeadon, BM Nigg
Journal of biomechanics 25 (3), 223-234, 1992
2671992
The appropriate use of regression equations for the estimation of segmental inertia parameters
MR Yeadon, M Morlock
Journal of biomechanics 22 (6-7), 683-689, 1989
2251989
The damaging punch.
J Atha, MR Yeadon, J Sandover, KC Parsons
Br Med J (Clin Res Ed) 291 (6511), 1756-1757, 1985
2081985
Misuse of “power” and other mechanical terms in sport and exercise science research
EM Winter, G Abt, FBC Brookes, JH Challis, NE Fowler, DV Knudson, ...
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 30 (1), 292-300, 2016
1842016
The simulation of aerial movement—I. The determination of orientation angles from film data
MR Yeadon
Journal of biomechanics 23 (1), 59-66, 1990
1821990
Modelling the maximum voluntary joint torque/angular velocity relationship in human movement
MR Yeadon, MA King, C Wilson
Journal of biomechanics 39 (3), 476-482, 2006
1652006
The simulation of aerial movement—IV. A computer simulation model
MR Yeadon, J Atha, FD Hales
Journal of biomechanics 23 (1), 85-89, 1990
1611990
Measuring running speed using photocells
MR Yeadon, T Kato, DG Kerwin
Journal of sports sciences 17 (3), 249-257, 1999
1501999
The future of performance‐related sports biomechanics research
MR Yeadon, JH Challis
Journal of Sports Sciences 12 (1), 3-32, 1994
1291994
Elongation and forces of ankle ligaments in a physiological range of motion
BM Nigg, G Skarvan, CB Frank, MR Yeadon
Foot & ankle 11 (1), 30-40, 1990
1291990
The simulation of aerial movement—III. The determination of the angular momentum of the human body
MR Yeadon
Journal of biomechanics 23 (1), 75-83, 1990
1261990
The mechanics of the backward giant circle on the high bar
MR Yeadon, MJ Hiley
Human Movement Science 19 (2), 153-173, 2000
1202000
Maximising somersault rotation in tumbling
MA King, MR Yeadon
Journal of Biomechanics 37 (4), 471-477, 2004
962004
Optimum technique for generating angular momentum in accelerated backward giant circles prior to a dismount
MJ Hiley, MR Yeadon
Journal of Applied Biomechanics 19 (2), 119-130, 2003
952003
Is skilled technique characterized by high or low variability? An analysis of high bar giant circles
MJ Hiley, VV Zuevsky, MR Yeadon
Human Movement Science 32 (1), 171-180, 2013
892013
Evaluation of a torque-driven simulation model of tumbling
MR Yeadon, MA King
Journal of Applied Biomechanics 18 (3), 195-206, 2002
862002
Evaluation of a torque-driven model of jumping for height
MA King, C Wilson, MR Yeadon
Journal of applied biomechanics 22 (4), 264-274, 2006
822006
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