James Wakeling
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Whole body vibration exercise: are vibrations good for you?
M Cardinale, J Wakeling
British journal of sports medicine 39 (9), 585-589, 2005
Dragonfly flight: II. Velocities, accelerations and kinematics of flapping flight
JM Wakeling, CP Ellington
Journal of experimental biology 200 (3), 557-582, 1997
Impact forces and muscle tuning: a new paradigm
BM Nigg, JM Wakeling
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 29 (1), 37-41, 2001
Muscle activity damps the soft tissue resonance that occurs in response to pulsed and continuous vibrations
JM Wakeling, BM Nigg, AI Rozitis
Journal of applied physiology 93 (3), 1093-1103, 2002
Dragonfly flight: I. Gliding flight and steady-state aerodynamic forces
JM Wakeling, CP Ellington
Journal of experimental biology 200 (3), 543-556, 1997
Modification of soft tissue vibrations in the leg by muscular activity
JM Wakeling, BM Nigg
Journal of applied physiology 90 (2), 412-420, 2001
Dragonfly flight: III. Lift and power requirements
JM Wakeling, CP Ellington
Journal of experimental biology 200 (3), 583-600, 1997
Changing the texture of footwear can alter gait patterns
MA Nurse, M Hulliger, JM Wakeling, BM Nigg, DJ Stefanyshyn
Journal of electromyography and kinesiology 15 (5), 496-506, 2005
Muscle activity reduces soft-tissue resonance at heel-strike during walking
JM Wakeling, AM Liphardt, BM Nigg
Journal of biomechanics 36 (12), 1761-1769, 2003
The effect of intramuscular fat on skeletal muscle mechanics: implications for the elderly and obese
H Rahemi, N Nigam, JM Wakeling
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 12 (109), 20150365, 2015
Motor unit recruitment for dynamic tasks: current understanding and future directions
EF Hodson-Tole, JM Wakeling
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 179, 57-66, 2009
Muscle activity in the leg is tuned in response to ground reaction forces
JM Wakeling, V Von Tscharner, BM Nigg, P Stergiou
Journal of Applied Physiology 91 (3), 1307-1317, 2001
Altering muscle activity in the lower extremities by running with different shoes
JM Wakeling, SA Pascual, BM Nigg
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 34 (9), 1529-1532, 2002
Muscle fibre recruitment can respond to the mechanics of the muscle contraction
JM Wakeling, K Uehli, AI Rozitis
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 3 (9), 533-544, 2006
Muscle power output limits fast-start performance in fish
JM Wakeling, IA Johnston
Journal of Experimental Biology 201 (10), 1505-1526, 1998
Foot orthoses affect frequency components of muscle activity in the lower extremity
A MŁndermann, JM Wakeling, BM Nigg, RN Humble, DJ Stefanyshyn
Gait & posture 23 (3), 295-302, 2006
Why are antagonist muscles co-activated in my simulation? A musculoskeletal model for analysing human locomotor tasks
AKM Lai, AS Arnold, JM Wakeling
Annals of biomedical engineering 45, 2762-2774, 2017
Determining patterns of motor recruitment during locomotion
JM Wakeling, M Kaya, GK Temple, IA Johnston, W Herzog
Journal of Experimental Biology 205 (3), 359-369, 2002
Surface EMG shows distinct populations of muscle activity when measured during sustained sub-maximal exercise
JM Wakeling, SA Pascual, BM Nigg, V Tscharner
European journal of applied physiology 86, 40-47, 2001
Stretch-induced, steady-state force enhancement in single skeletal muscle fibers exceeds the isometric force at optimum fiber length
DE Rassier, W Herzog, J Wakeling, DA Syme
Journal of biomechanics 36 (9), 1309-1316, 2003
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