Niels J. Nedergaard
Niels J. Nedergaard
Human Movement Analysis Laboratory, Department of Orthopedics, Copenhagen University Hospital
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Training load monitoring in team sports: a novel framework separating physiological and biomechanical load-adaptation pathways
J Vanrenterghem, NJ Nedergaard, MA Robinson, B Drust
Sports medicine 47, 2135-2142, 2017
Mechanical Player Load™ using trunk-mounted accelerometry in football: Is it a reliable, task-and player-specific observation?
P Barreira, MA Robinson, B Drust, N Nedergaard, RMF Raja Azidin, ...
Journal of sports sciences 35 (17), 1674-1681, 2017
The relationship between whole-body external loading and body-worn accelerometry during team-sport movements
NJ Nedergaard, MA Robinson, E Eusterwiemann, B Drust, PJ Lisboa, ...
International journal of sports physiology and performance 12 (1), 18-26, 2017
Measuring biomechanical loads in team sports–from lab to field
J Verheul, NJ Nedergaard, J Vanrenterghem, MA Robinson
Science and Medicine in Football 4 (3), 246-252, 2020
Using accelerometry to quantify deceleration during a high-intensity soccer turning manoeuvre
NJ Nedergaard, U Kersting, M Lake
Journal of sports sciences 32 (20), 1897-1905, 2014
External and internal loads during the competitive season in professional female soccer players according to their playing position: differences between training and competition
B Romero-Moraleda, NJ Nedergaard, E Morencos, D Casamichana, ...
Research in Sports Medicine 29 (5), 449-461, 2021
Biomechanical loading during running: can a two mass-spring-damper model be used to evaluate ground reaction forces for high-intensity tasks?
J Verheul, NJ Nedergaard, M Pogson, P Lisboa, W Gregson, ...
Sports biomechanics, 2019
Biomechanical and neuromuscular comparison of single-and multi-planar jump tests and a side-cutting maneuver: Implications for ACL injury risk assessment
NJ Nedergaard, S Dalbø, SV Petersen, MK Zebis, J Bencke
The Knee 27 (2), 324-333, 2020
The feasibility of predicting ground reaction forces during running from a trunk accelerometry driven mass-spring-damper model
NJ Nedergaard, J Verheul, B Drust, T Etchells, P Lisboa, MA Robinson, ...
PeerJ 6, e6105, 2018
The effect of light reflections from the snow on kinematic data collected using stereo-photogrammetry with passive markers
NJ Nedergaard, F Heinen, S Sloth, K Hébert-Losier, HC Holmberg, ...
Sports Engineering 17, 97-102, 2014
Biomechanics of the ski cross start indoors on a customised training ramp and outdoors on snow
NJ Nedergaard, F Heinen, S Sloth, HC Holmberg, UG Kersting
Sports biomechanics 14 (3), 273-286, 2015
The impact of start strategy on start performance in alpine skiing exists on flat, but not on steep inclines
M Supej, NJ Nedergaard, J Nord, HC Holmberg
Journal of Sports Sciences 37 (6), 647-655, 2019
Predicting ground reaction forces from trunk kinematics: A mass-spring-damper model approach
NJ Nedergaard, MA Robinson, B Drust, P Lisboa, J Vanrenterghem
ISBS Proceedings Archive 35 (1), 24, 2017
Player load monitoring from accelerometry in team sports: Is it time to take one step backwards to move two steps forward
N Nedergaard, M Robinson, J Vanrenterghem
Delivering Best in Class Products that Perform, 2015
Prediction of the optimal start technique in ski cross using musculoskeletal optimization
F Heinen, NJ Nedergaard, S Sloth, UG Kersting, J Rasmussen
Proceedings, 4th Annual Meeting of the Danish Society of Biomechanics, 26 …, 2012
Is there an influence of start slope inclination on movement and force patterns in Ski Cross starts?
NJ Nedergaard, F Heinen, S Sloth, HC Holmberg, U Kersting
6th International Congress on Science and Skiing, 153, 2013
Whole-body biomechanical load monitoring from accelerometry in team sports
NJ Nedergaard
PQDT-UK & Ireland, 2017
Intra-day and Inter-day reliability and validity of the Reactive Strength Index derived from unilateral drop jumps measured on the My Jump 2 app and a force platform
K Krommes, AM Nielsen, NJ Nedergaard, J Bencke, K Thorborg, ...
Forskningsdag 2020 (aflyst pga. covid), 2020
Reliability of forefoot-to-rearfoot angles using a two-segment biomechanical foot model (CGM 2.4)
J Bencke, A Holsgaard-Larsen, G Jonsdottir, CK Jørgensen, ...
Gait & Posture 106, S26, 2023
Robustness of CGM2. 4 medial-lateral intermediate cuneiform marker misplacement on forefoot-to-rearfoot angles
N Nedergaard, A Holsgaard-Larsen, G Jonsdóttir, CK Jørgensen, ...
Gait & Posture 106, S138-S139, 2023
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