Philip E. Martin
Philip E. Martin
Professor of Kinesiology, Iowa State University
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Research methods in physical activity
JR Thomas, P Martin, JL Etnier, SJ Silverman
Human kinetics, 2022
A model of human muscle energy expenditure
BR Umberger, KGM Gerritsen, PE Martin
Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering 6 (2), 99-111, 2003
Ten kilometer performance and predicted velocity at VO2max among well-trained male runners.
DW Morgan, FD Baldini, PE Martin, WM Kohrt
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 21 (1), 78-83, 1989
Factors affecting running economy
DW Morgan, PE Martin, GS Krahenbuhl
Sports Medicine 7, 310-330, 1989
The effect of carried loads on the walking patterns of men and women
PE Martin, RC Nelson
Ergonomics 29 (10), 1191-1202, 1986
Lower extremity kinematic and kinetic adaptations in unilateral below-knee amputees during walking
DJ Sanderson, PE Martin
Gait & posture 6 (2), 126-136, 1997
Mechanical power and efficiency of level walking with different stride rates
BR Umberger, PE Martin
Journal of Experimental Biology 210 (18), 3255-3265, 2007
Effects of age and physical activity status on the speed-aerobic demand relationship of walking
PE Martin, DE Rothstein, DD Larish
Journal of applied physiology 73 (1), 200-206, 1992
Walking symmetry and energy cost in persons with unilateral transtibial amputations: matching prosthetic and intact limb inertial properties
SJ Mattes, PE Martin, TD Royer
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 81 (5), 561-568, 2000
A profile of ground reaction forces in professional basketball
IS McClay, JR Robinson, TP Andriacchi, EC Frederick, T Gross, P Martin, ...
Journal of applied Biomechanics 10 (3), 222-236, 1994
Mechanical and physiological responses to lower extremity loading during running.
PE Martin
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 17 (4), 427-433, 1985
Effects of age and walking speed on coactivation and cost of walking in healthy adults
DS Peterson, PE Martin
Gait & posture 31 (3), 355-359, 2010
Characteristic patterns of gait in the healthy old.
DD Larish, PE Martin, M Mungiole
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 515, 18-32, 1988
Effect of cycling experience, aerobic power, and power output on preferred and most economical cycling cadences.
AP Marsh, PE Martin
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 29 (9), 1225-1232, 1997
Biomechanical considerations for economical walking and running.
PE Martin, DW Morgan
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 24 (4), 467-474, 1992
The association between cycling experience and preferred and most economical cadences.
AP Marsh, PE Martin
Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 25 (11), 1269-1274, 1993
The importance of stretching the “X-Factor” in the downswing of golf: The “X-Factor Stretch”
PJ Cheetham, PE Martin, RE Mottram, BF St Laurent
Optimising performance in golf, 192-199, 2001
Estimating segment inertial properties: comparison of magnetic resonance imaging with existing methods
M Mungiole, PE Martin
Journal of biomechanics 23 (10), 1039-1046, 1990
The relationship between cadence and lower extremity EMG in cyclists and noncyclists.
AP Marsh, PE Martin
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 27 (2), 217-225, 1995
Step length and frequency effects on ground reaction forces during walking
PE Martin, AP Marsh
Journal of biomechanics 25 (10), 1237-1239, 1992
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