Wouter Hoogkamer
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A comparison of the energetic cost of running in marathon racing shoes
W Hoogkamer, S Kipp, JH Frank, EM Farina, G Luo, R Kram
Sports Medicine 48 (4), 1009-1019, 2018
Altered running economy directly translates to altered distance-running performance
W Hoogkamer, S Kipp, BA Spiering, R Kram
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 48 (11), 2175-2180, 2016
Steps forward in understanding backward gait: from basic circuits to rehabilitation
W Hoogkamer, P Meyns, J Duysens
Exercise and sport sciences reviews 42 (1), 23-29, 2014
How biomechanical improvements in running economy could break the 2-hour marathon barrier
W Hoogkamer, R Kram, CJ Arellano
Sports Medicine 47 (9), 1739-1750, 2017
Response inhibition during avoidance of virtual obstacles while walking
Z Potocanac, W Hoogkamer, FP Carpes, M Pijnappels, SMP Verschueren, ...
Gait & posture 39 (1), 641-644, 2014
Toward new sensitive measures to evaluate gait stability in focal cerebellar lesion patients
W Hoogkamer, SM Bruijn, S Sunaert, SP Swinnen, F Van Calenbergh, ...
Gait & posture 41 (2), 592-596, 2015
Stride length asymmetry in split-belt locomotion
W Hoogkamer, SM Bruijn, J Duysens
Gait & posture 39 (1), 652-654, 2014
Effects of aging and dual tasking on step adjustments to perturbations in visually cued walking
M Mazaheri, W Hoogkamer, Z Potocanac, S Verschueren, M Roerdink, ...
Experimental brain research 233 (12), 3467-3474, 2015
Quick foot placement adjustments during gait: direction matters
W Hoogkamer, Z Potocanac, J Duysens
Experimental brain research 233 (12), 3349-3357, 2015
The biomechanics of competitive male runners in three marathon racing shoes: a randomized crossover study
W Hoogkamer, S Kipp, R Kram
Sports Medicine 49 (1), 133-143, 2019
Adaptation and aftereffects of split-belt walking in cerebellar lesion patients
W Hoogkamer, SM Bruijn, S Sunaert, SP Swinnen, F Van Calenbergh, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 114 (3), 1693-1704, 2015
Novice runners show greater changes in kinematics with fatigue compared with competitive runners
E Maas, J De Bie, R Vanfleteren, W Hoogkamer, B Vanwanseele
Sports biomechanics 17 (3), 350-360, 2018
Gait asymmetry during early split-belt walking is related to perception of belt speed difference
W Hoogkamer, SM Bruijn, Z Potocanac, F Van Calenbergh, SP Swinnen, ...
Journal of neurophysiology 114 (3), 1705-1712, 2015
Regional volumes in brain stem and cerebellum are associated with postural impairments in young brain‐injured patients
D Drijkoningen, I Leunissen, K Caeyenberghs, W Hoogkamer, S Sunaert, ...
Human brain mapping 36 (12), 4897-4909, 2015
Applying the cost of generating force hypothesis to uphill running
W Hoogkamer, P Taboga, R Kram
PeerJ 2, e482, 2014
Selective bilateral activation of leg muscles after cutaneous nerve stimulation during backward walking
W Hoogkamer, F Massaad, K Jansen, SM Bruijn, J Duysens
Journal of neurophysiology 108 (7), 1933-1941, 2012
Extrapolating metabolic savings in running: implications for performance predictions
S Kipp, R Kram, W Hoogkamer
Frontiers in physiology 10, 79, 2019
Gait and functionality of individuals with visual impairment who participate in sports
ES da Silva, G Fischer, RG da Rosa, P Schons, LBT Teixeira, ...
Gait & posture 62, 355-358, 2018
Effect of habitual foot-strike pattern on the gastrocnemius medialis muscle-tendon interaction and muscle force production during running
W Swinnen, W Hoogkamer, T Delabastita, J Aeles, F De Groote, ...
Journal of Applied Physiology 126 (3), 708-716, 2019
Coordinating arms and legs on a hybrid rehabilitation tricycle: the metabolic benefit of asymmetrical compared to symmetrical arm movements
P Meyns, P Van de Walle, W Hoogkamer, C Kiekens, K Desloovere, ...
European journal of applied physiology 114 (4), 743-750, 2014
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