McBride, Jeffrey

asu

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Relationship Between Squat Strength and Standing Long Jump Performance and Sprint Performance 2013 7237 This investigation aimed to examine horizontal displacement and the ground reaction forces (GRF) attained in the standing long jump (SLJ) with varying squat depths and projection angles, and to see the relationships between squat strength, sprinting ...
Effect of Training Status on Muscle Length Change During Jumping 2013 1624 The purpose of this investigation was to utilize a novel technique involving the insertion of a Fiber Bragg Grading (FBG) sensor through the patellar tendon to determine changes in tendon length. It has been speculated that muscle tendon unit (MTU) f...
Comparison of Physiological Variables to Perceived Exertion During Aerobic and Anaerobic Exercise 2013 2522 The purpose of this study was to compare the relationship of RPE to HR, BLA, and VO2 during aerobic and resistance maximal tests as well as during resistance exercise at varying intensities. Twelve volunteers took part in three maximal tests; a tread...
Comparison of Squat Strength and Muscle Activity Between Female Athletes With Varus Versus Valgus Knee Angles During Jumping 2014 3031 This investigation examined squat strength and muscle activation during jump landings between female athletes who landed with a varus knee position versus a valgus knee position. Twenty-one female athletes were recruited from Appalachian State Univer...
Relationship between Squat and Bench Press Strength and Racquet Head Velocity in Male Tennis Players 2015 372 Racquet head velocity is one factor commonly associated with tennis performance. The ability to generate racquet head velocity involves proper sequencing of the kinetic chain and optimal use of muscle strength. PURPOSE: To examine the relationship be...
Effect of Foot Position on Isometric Bench Press Performance 2015 902 The bench press is a multi-joint exercise commonly used to improve upper body strength. Previous investigations have analyzed biomechanical variables during bench press variations. However, no known studies have examined the effect of foot position o...
The Effects Of Muscle-Tendon Length Change During A Fatiguing Hopping Protocol On Time To Exhaustion 2016 614 Background: Previous research studies conclude that exhaustive stretch-shortening cycle (SSC) exercise has induced in vivo length changes in muscular architecture. Literature has also proven that muscle architectural changes from fatiguing SSC activi...