Albert Gollhofer
Albert Gollhofer
Professor of Training and Movement Sciences, Albert-Ludwigs-University Freibury
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Stretch reflexes can have an important role in force enhancement during SSC exercise
PV Komi, A Gollhofer
Journal of applied biomechanics 13 (4), 451-460, 1997
Regulation of bipedal stance: dependency on “load” receptors
V Dietz, A Gollhofer, M Kleiber, M Trippel
Experimental brain research 89 (1), 229-231, 1992
The importance of trunk muscle strength for balance, functional performance, and fall prevention in seniors: a systematic review
U Granacher, A Gollhofer, T Hortobágyi, RW Kressig, T Muehlbauer
Sports medicine 43 (7), 627-641, 2013
Impact of sensorimotor training on the rate of force development and neural activation
M Gruber, A Gollhofer
European journal of applied physiology 92 (1-2), 98-105, 2004
Spinal and supraspinal adaptations associated with balance training and their functional relevance
W Taube, M Gruber, A Gollhofer
Acta physiologica 193 (2), 101-116, 2008
Human postural reflexes and gravity—an under water simulation
V Dietz, GA Horstmann, M Trippel, A Gollhofer
Neuroscience letters 106 (3), 350-355, 1989
Comparison of traditional and recent approaches in the promotion of balance and strength in older adults
U Granacher, T Muehlbaue, L Zahner, A Gollhofer, RW Kressig
Sports medicine 41 (5), 377-400, 2011
Cortical and spinal adaptations induced by balance training: correlation between stance stability and corticospinal activation
W Taube, M Gruber, S Beck, M Faist, A Gollhofer, M Schubert
Acta Physiologica 189 (4), 347-358, 2007
Compensation of translational and rotational perturbations in human posture: stabilization of the centre of gravity
A Gollhofer, GA Horstmann, W Berger, V Dietz
Neuroscience letters 105 (1-2), 73-78, 1989
Gender and fatigue have influence on knee joint control strategies during landing
D Gehring, M Melnyk, A Gollhofer
Clinical biomechanics 24 (1), 82-87, 2009
Direct corticospinal pathways contribute to neuromuscular control of perturbed stance
W Taube, M Schubert, M Gruber, S Beck, M Faist, A Gollhofer
Journal of applied physiology 101 (2), 420-429, 2006
Neuromuscular control of the human leg extensor muscles in jump exercises under various stretch-load conditions
A Gollhofer, H Kyröläinen
International journal of sports medicine 12 (01), 34-40, 1991
EMG activity during whole body vibration: motion artifacts or stretch reflexes?
R Ritzmann, A Kramer, M Gruber, A Gollhofer, W Taube
European journal of applied physiology 110 (1), 143-151, 2010
Functional properties of adhesive ankle taping: neuromuscular and mechanical effects before and after exercise
W Alt, H Lohrer, A Gollhofer
Foot & ankle international 20 (4), 238-245, 1999
Training induced adaptations in characteristics of postural reflexes in elderly men
U Granacher, A Gollhofer, D Strass
Gait & posture 24 (4), 459-466, 2006
Effects of balance training on balance performance in healthy older adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis
M Lesinski, T Hortobágyi, T Muehlbauer, A Gollhofer, U Granacher
Sports medicine 45 (12), 1721-1738, 2015
Task-specific changes in motor evoked potentials of lower limb muscles after different training interventions
S Beck, W Taube, M Gruber, F Amtage, A Gollhofer, M Schubert
Brain research 1179, 51-60, 2007
The influence of vibration type, frequency, body position and additional load on the neuromuscular activity during whole body vibration
R Ritzmann, A Gollhofer, A Kramer
European journal of applied physiology 113 (1), 1-11, 2013
The effects of a sensorimotor training and a strength training on postural stabilisation, maximum isometric contraction and jump performance
S Bruhn, N Kullmann, A Gollhofer
International journal of sports medicine 25 (01), 56-60, 2004
Differential effects of ballistic versus sensorimotor training on rate of force development and neural activation in humans
M Gruber, SBH Gruber, W Taube, M Schubert, SC Beck, A Gollhofer
Journal of strength and conditioning research 21 (1), 274-282, 2007
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