Daniel Hahn
Daniel Hahn
Professor, Human Movement Science, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
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Ultrasound-derived biceps femoris long-head fascicle length: extrapolation pitfalls
MV Franchi, DP Fitze, BJ Raiteri, D Hahn, J Spörri
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 52 (1), 233-243, 2020
The stretch‐shortening cycle (SSC) revisited: residual force enhancement contributes to increased performance during fast SSC s of human m. adductor pollicis
W Seiberl, GA Power, W Herzog, D Hahn
Physiological reports 3 (5), e12401, 2015
Residual force enhancement in humans: current evidence and unresolved issues
W Seiberl, GA Power, D Hahn
Journal of electromyography and kinesiology 25 (4), 571-580, 2015
Evidence of residual force enhancement for multi-joint leg extension
D Hahn, W Seiberl, S Schmidt, K Schweizer, A Schwirtz
Journal of biomechanics 43 (8), 1503-1508, 2010
Knee and ankle joint torque–angle relationships of multi-joint leg extension
D Hahn, M Olvermann, J Richtberg, W Seiberl, A Schwirtz
Journal of biomechanics 44 (11), 2059-2065, 2011
Cortical and spinal excitability during and after lengthening contractions of the human plantar flexor muscles performed with maximal voluntary effort
D Hahn, BW Hoffman, TJ Carroll, AG Cresswell
PLoS One 7 (11), e49907, 2012
Force enhancement during and following muscle stretch of maximal voluntarily activated human quadriceps femoris
D Hahn, W Seiberl, A Schwirtz
European journal of applied physiology 100 (6), 701-709, 2007
Feedback controlled force enhancement and activation reduction of voluntarily activated quadriceps femoris during sub-maximal muscle action
W Seiberl, D Hahn, W Herzog, A Schwirtz
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 22 (1), 117-123, 2012
Relationships between strength and endurance parameters and air depletion rates in professional firefighters
S Windisch, W Seiberl, A Schwirtz, D Hahn
Scientific reports 7 (1), 44590, 2017
Interdependence of torque, joint angle, angular velocity and muscle action during human multi-joint leg extension
D Hahn, W Herzog, A Schwirtz
European journal of applied physiology 114, 1691-1702, 2014
On the relevance of residual force enhancement for everyday human movement
W Seiberl, F Paternoster, F Achatz, A Schwirtz, D Hahn
Journal of Biomechanics 46 (12), 1996-2001, 2013
Stretching the limits of maximal voluntary eccentric force production in vivo
D Hahn
Journal of Sport and Health Science 7 (3), 275-281, 2018
Mid-term functional outcome and return to sports after proximal hamstring tendon repair
GH Sandmann, D Hahn, M Amereller, S Siebenlist, A Schwirtz, AB Imhoff, ...
International journal of sports medicine, 570-576, 2016
Residual force enhancement contributes to increased performance during stretch-shortening cycles of human plantar flexor muscles in vivo
D Hahn, TN Riedel
Journal of Biomechanics 77, 190-193, 2018
Lower extremity extension force and electromyography properties as a function of knee angle and their relation to joint torques: implications for strength diagnostics
D Hahn
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 25 (6), 1622-1631, 2011
Force enhancement of quadriceps femoris in vivo and its dependence on stretch-induced muscle architectural changes
W Seiberl, D Hahn, F Kreuzpointner, A Schwirtz, U Gastmann
Journal of Applied Biomechanics 26 (3), 256-264, 2010
A reduction in compliance or activation level reduces residual force depression in human tibialis anterior
BJ Raiteri, D Hahn
Acta Physiologica 225 (3), e13198, 2019
Shortening-induced residual force depression in humans
J Chen, D Hahn, GA Power
Journal of Applied Physiology, 2019
Physiological responses to firefighting in extreme temperatures do not compare to firefighting in temperate conditions
S Windisch, W Seiberl, D Hahn, A Schwirtz
Frontiers in physiology 8, 271403, 2017
the stretch-shortening cycle of active muscle and muscle-tendon complex: what, why and how it increases muscle performance?
W Seiberl, D Hahn, GA Power, JR Fletcher, T Siebert
Frontiers in physiology 12, 693141, 2021
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