James Wakeling
TitleCited byYear
Whole body vibration exercise: are vibrations good for you?
M Cardinale, J Wakeling
British journal of sports medicine 39 (9), 585-589, 2005
5612005
Dragonfly flight. II. Velocities, accelerations and kinematics of flapping flight.
JM Wakeling, CP Ellington
Journal of experimental biology 200 (3), 557-582, 1997
2901997
Impact forces and muscle tuning: a new paradigm
BM Nigg, JM Wakeling
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 29 (1), 37-41, 2001
2722001
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
2362002
Dragonfly flight. I. Gliding flight and steady-state aerodynamic forces.
JM Wakeling, CP Ellington
Journal of Experimental Biology 200 (3), 543-556, 1997
2161997
Dragonfly flight. III. Lift and power requirements.
JM Wakeling, CP Ellington
Journal of experimental biology 200 (3), 583-600, 1997
2041997
Modification of soft tissue vibrations in the leg by muscular activity
JM Wakeling, BM Nigg
Journal of applied physiology 90 (2), 412-420, 2001
1972001
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
1712005
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
1542003
Muscle power output limits fast-start performance in fish.
JM Wakeling, IA Johnston
Journal of Experimental Biology 201 (10), 1505-1526, 1998
1471998
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
1402001
Altering muscle activity in the lower extremities by running with different shoes
JM Wakeling, SA Pascual, BM Nigg
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 34 (9), 1529-1532, 2002
1282002
Motor unit recruitment for dynamic tasks: current understanding and future directions
EF Hodson-Tole, JM Wakeling
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 179 (1), 57-66, 2009
1182009
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
1172003
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
1162002
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 (1), 40-47, 2001
1042001
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
982006
Neuromechanics of muscle synergies during cycling
JM Wakeling, T Horn
Journal of neurophysiology 101 (2), 843-854, 2009
962009
Patterns of motor recruitment can be determined using surface EMG
JM Wakeling
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 19 (2), 199-207, 2009
942009
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
922006
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