NMU faculty and students co-authored several papers that were published in Proceedings of the 28th Conference on the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, an event held over the summer at NMU. The papers were also presented at the conference.
Randall Jensen and Phil Watts (HPER) collaborated on "Electromyographical analysis of double-pole ergometry: Standing vs. sitting."
Jensen is also listed as a co-author on the following: "Relationship of ground reaction and knee joint reaction forces in plyometric exercises"; "Ground reaction forces of variations of plyometric exercises on hard surfaces, padded surfaces and water"; "The effects of a cloth wrap in stabilization of the ankle"; "Hamstring muscle activation differences between genders while performing single leg landings"; and "Differences in RSI and peak ground reaction force for drop rebound jumps from a hang and box for female subjects."
The following undergraduate or graduate students also were credited as lead authors/co-authors on publications:
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