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|Issue Date||Title||Author(s)||2014 ||Muscle size, activation, and coactivation in adults with cerebral palsy||Hussain, Ayser W.; Onambele, Gladys L.; Williams, Alun G.; Morse, Christopher I.
||2014 ||Muscular adaptations and insulin-like growth factor-1 responses to resistance training are stretch-mediated||McMahon, Gerard; Morse, Christopher I; Burden, Adrian; Winwood, Keith; Onambélé, Gladys Leopoldine
||Sep-2013 ||The 'mysterious “training tables”': British antipathy to an American coaching tradition||Day, Dave
||Sep-2013 ||The Manchester milers 1850-1870||Oldfield, Samantha-Jayne
||Jun-2013 ||Victorian coaching communities: exemplars of traditional practice||Day, Dave
||2013 ||How deep should you squat to maximise a holistic training response? Electromyographic, energetic, cardiovascular, hypertrophic and mechanical evidence.||Onambele-Pearson, Gladys; McMahon, Gerard; Morse, Christopher I.; Burden, Adrian; Winwood, Keith L.
||2013 ||Effects of essential amino acid supplementation on muscular adaptations to 3 weeks of combined unilateral glenohumeral & radiohumeral joints immobilisation||Bostock, Emma; Pheasey, Clare; Morse, Christopher I.; Winwood, Keith L.; Onambele-Pearson, Gladys
||2013 ||Gender differences in fascicular lengthening during eccentric contractions: the role of the patella tendon stiffness||Hicks, K. M.; Onambele-Pearson, G. L.; Winwood, K.; Morse, C. I.
||2013 ||The effect of the oral contraceptive pill on the passive stiffness of the human gastrocnemius muscle in vivo||Morse, Christopher I.; Spencer, J.; Hussain, Ayser; Onambele, Gladys L.
||2013 ||Passive stiffness of the gastrocnemius muscle in athletes with spastic hemiplegic cerebral palsy||Hussain, Ayser; Onambele, Gladys; Williams, Alun G.; Morse, Christopher I.
||2013 ||Resting arterial diameter and blood flow changes with resistance training and detraining in healthy young individuals||Stebbings, Georgina K.; Morse, Christopher I.; McMahon, Gerard E.; Onambele, Gladys L.
||Sep-2012 ||Three myths about applied consultancy work||McCarthy, Paul; Wilson, Mark; Keegan, Richard; Smith, Dave
||Apr-2012 ||Do PTK2 gene polymorphisms contribute to the interindividual variability in muscle strength and the response to resistance training? A preliminary report.||Erskine, Robert M.; Williams, Alun G.; Jones, David A.; Stewart, Claire E.; Degens, Hans
||Apr-2012 ||One lumbar extension training session per week is sufficient for strength gains and reductions in pain in patients with chronic low back pain ergonomics.||Bruce-Low, Stewart; Smith, Dave; Burnet, Scott; Fisher, James; Bissell, Gary; Webster, Leonie
||2012 ||The relationship between corticospinal excitability during motor imagery and motor imagery ability.||Williams, Jacqueline; Pearce, Alan J.; Loporto, Michela; Morris, Tony; Holmes, Paul S.
||2012 ||Prior action execution has no effect on corticospinal facilitation during action observation||Loporto, Michela; McAllister, Craig J.; Edwards, Martin G.; Wright, David J.; Holmes, Paul S.
||2012 ||Transcranial magnetic stimulation reveals modulation of corticospinal excitability when observing actions with the intention to imitate.||Hardwick, Robert M.; McAllister, Craig J.; Holmes, Paul S.; Edwards, Martin G.
||2012 ||Can a standard dose of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) supplementation reduce the symptoms of delayed onset of muscle soreness?||Houghton, David; Onambele-Pearson, Gladys
||2012 ||Short-term effect of superficial heat treatment on paraspinal muscle activity, stature recovery, and psychological factors in patients with chronic low back pain||Lewis, Sandra E.; Holmes, Paul S.; Woby, Steve R.; Hindle, Jackie; Fowler, Neil E.
||2012 ||Defensive coping styles, anxiety and chronic low back pain||Lewis, Sandra E.; Fowler, Neil E.; Woby, Steve R.; Holmes, Paul S.
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