Samantha L. Winter
Samantha L. Winter
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The effect of a four-week proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation stretching program on isokinetic torque production
F Higgs, SL Winter
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 23 (5), 1442-1447, 2009
712009
Fatigue reduces the complexity of knee extensor torque fluctuations during maximal and submaximal intermittent isometric contractions in man
J Pethick, SL Winter, M Burnley
The Journal of physiology 593 (8), 2085-2096, 2015
542015
Optoelectronic plethysmography in clinical practice and research: a review
C Massaroni, E Carraro, A Vianello, S Miccinilli, M Morrone, IK Levai, ...
Respiration 93 (5), 339-354, 2017
502017
Mechanical properties of the human heel pad: a comparison between populations
JH Challis, C Murdoch, SL Winter
Journal of applied biomechanics 24 (4), 377-381, 2008
312008
The validity of ultrasound estimation of muscle volumes
BW Infantolino, DJ Gales, SL Winter, JH Challis
Journal of applied biomechanics 23 (3), 213-217, 2007
312007
Caffeine ingestion attenuates fatigue-induced loss of muscle torque complexity
J Pethick, SL Winter, M Burnley
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 50 (2), 236-245, 2017
292017
Reconstruction of the human gastrocnemius force–length curve in vivo: Part 2—Experimental results
SL Winter, JH Challis
Journal of applied biomechanics 24 (3), 207-214, 2008
262008
Changes in segmental inertial properties with age
J Muri, SL Winter, JH Challis
Journal of biomechanics 41 (8), 1809-1812, 2008
262008
The effect of signal acquisition and processing choices on ApEn values: towards a “gold standard” for distinguishing effort levels from isometric force records
SM Forrest, JH Challis, SL Winter
Medical engineering & physics 36 (6), 676-683, 2014
232014
Loss of knee extensor torque complexity during fatiguing isometric muscle contractions occurs exclusively above the critical torque
J Pethick, SL Winter, M Burnley
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparativeá…, 2016
222016
The force-length curves of the human rectus femoris and gastrocnemius muscles in vivo
SL Winter, JH Challis
Journal of applied biomechanics 26 (1), 45-51, 2010
212010
The expression of the skeletal muscle force–length relationship in vivo: A simulation study
SL Winter, JH Challis
Journal of theoretical biology 262 (4), 634-643, 2010
192010
Comparison of male and female lower limb segment inertial properties
JH Challis, SL Winter, AJ Kuperavage
Journal of biomechanics 45 (15), 2690-2692, 2012
142012
Prolonged depression of knee‐extensor torque complexity following eccentric exercise
J Pethick, K Whiteaway, SL Winter, M Burnley
Experimental physiology 104 (1), 100-111, 2019
102019
Effects of ipsilateral and contralateral fatigue and muscle blood flow occlusion on the complexity of knee‐extensor torque output in humans
J Pethick, SL Winter, M Burnley
Experimental physiology 103 (7), 956-967, 2018
102018
Physiological evidence that the critical torque is a phase transition, not a threshold
J Pethick, SL Winter, M Burnley
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 52 (11), 2390, 2020
92020
Classifying the variability in impact and active peak vertical ground reaction forces during running using DFA and ARFIMA models
SL Winter, JH Challis
Human movement science 51, 153-160, 2017
92017
Reconstruction of the human gastrocnemius force–length curve in vivo: Part 1—Model-based validation of method
SL Winter, JH Challis
Journal of applied biomechanics 24 (3), 197-206, 2008
92008
Fatigue reduces the complexity of knee extensor torque during fatiguing sustained isometric contractions
J Pethick, SL Winter, M Burnley
European journal of sport science 19 (10), 1349-1358, 2019
82019
Comparison of marker models for the analysis of the volume variation and thoracoabdominal motion pattern in untrained and trained participants
C Massaroni, AP Silvatti, IK Levai, J Dickinson, S Winter, E Schena, ...
Journal of biomechanics 76, 247-252, 2018
72018
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