Justin Keogh
Justin Keogh
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Possible stimuli for strength and power adaptation
B Crewther, J Keogh, J Cronin, C Cook
Sports medicine 36 (3), 215-238, 2006
4982006
The role of biomechanics in maximising distance and accuracy of golf shots
PA Hume, J Keogh, D Reid
Sports medicine 35 (5), 429-449, 2005
4352005
Physical benefits of dancing for healthy older adults: a review
JWL Keogh, A Kilding, P Pidgeon, L Ashley, D Gillis
Journal of aging and physical activity 17 (4), 479-500, 2009
3192009
Body composition, physical fitness, functional performance, quality of life, and fatigue benefits of exercise for prostate cancer patients: a systematic review
JWL Keogh, RD MacLeod
Journal of pain and symptom management 43 (1), 96-110, 2012
2262012
Vibration training: could it enhance the strength, power, or speed of athletes?
IM Wilcock, C Whatman, N Harris, JWL Keogh
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 23 (2), 593-603, 2009
1862009
Evaluation of anthropometric, physiological, and skill-related tests for talent identification in female field hockey
JWL Keogh, CL Weber, CT Dalton
Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology 28 (3), 397-409, 2003
1862003
The use of physical fitness scores and anthropometric data to predict selection in an elite under 18 Australian rules football team
J Keogh
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 2 (2), 125-133, 1999
1861999
A biomechanical comparison of the traditional squat, powerlifting squat, and box squat
PA Swinton, R Lloyd, JWL Keogh, I Agouris, AD Stewart
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 26 (7), 1805-1816, 2012
1622012
A cross-sectional comparison of different resistance training techniques in the bench press
JWL Keogh, GJ Wilson, RE Weatherby
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 13 (3), 247-258, 1999
1621999
Changes in strength, power, and steroid hormones during a professional rugby union competition
CK Argus, ND Gill, JWL Keogh, WG Hopkins, CM Beaven
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 23 (5), 1583-1592, 2009
1432009
The epidemiology of injuries across the weight-training sports
JWL Keogh, PW Winwood
Sports medicine 47 (3), 479-501, 2017
1402017
A biomechanical analysis of straight and hexagonal barbell deadlifts using submaximal loads
PA Swinton, A Stewart, I Agouris, JWL Keogh, R Lloyd
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 25 (7), 2000-2009, 2011
1392011
Physiology of alpine skiing
JR Turnbull, AE Kilding, JWL Keogh
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 19 (2), 146-155, 2009
1362009
Effects of a short-term pre-season training programme on the body composition and anaerobic performance of professional rugby union players
CK Argus, N Gill, J Keogh, WG Hopkins, CM Beaven
Journal of sports sciences 28 (6), 679-686, 2010
1332010
The salivary testosterone and cortisol response to three loading schemes
B Crewther, J Cronin, J Keogh, C Cook
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 22 (1), 250-255, 2008
1322008
Characterization of the differences in strength and power between different levels of competition in rugby union athletes
CK Argus, ND Gill, JWL Keogh
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 26 (10), 2698-2704, 2012
1222012
Possible stimuli for strength and power adaptation: acute metabolic responses
B Crewther, J Cronin, J Keogh
Sports Medicine 36 (1), 65-79, 2006
1202006
Retrospective injury epidemiology of one hundred one competitive Oceania power lifters: the effects of age, body mass, competitive standard, and gender
J Keogh, PA Hume, S Pearson
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 20 (3), 672-681, 2006
1082006
Biological movement variability during the sprint start: Performance enhancement or hindrance?
EJ Bradshaw, PS Maulder, JWL Keogh
Sports Biomechanics 6 (3), 246-260, 2007
1062007
Prevalence and risk factors of sarcopenia among adults living in nursing homes
HE Senior, TR Henwood, EM Beller, GK Mitchell, JWL Keogh
Maturitas 82 (4), 418-423, 2015
1052015
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