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  • Dance as an Eccentric Form of Exercise: Practical Implications 

    Paschalis, V.; Nikolaidis, M. G.; Jamurtas, A. Z.; Owolabi, E. O.; Kitas, G. D.; Wyon, M. A.; Koutedakis, Y. (2012)
    The eccentric action is an integral part of the stretch-shortening (or eccentric-concentric) cycle of muscle movement, especially when repositioning of the centre of gravity is required. Jumps and landing tasks are examples ...
  • The Effects of Eccentric Exercise on Muscle Function and Proprioception of Individuals Being Overweight and Underweight 

    Paschalis, V.; Nikolaidis, M. G.; Theodorou, A. A.; Deli, C. K.; Raso, V.; Jamurtas, A. Z.; Giakas, G.; Koutedakis, Y. (2013)
    Paschalis, V, Nikolaidis, MG, Theodorou, AA, Deli, CK, Raso, V, Jamurtas, AZ, Giakas, G, and Koutedakis, Y. The effects of eccentric exercise on muscle function and proprioception of individuals being overweight and ...
  • The effects of muscle damage on walking biomechanics are speed-dependent 

    Tsatalas, T.; Giakas, G.; Spyropoulos, G.; Paschalis, V.; Nikolaidis, M. G.; Tsaopoulos, D. E.; Theodorou, A. A.; Jamurtas, A. Z.; Koutedakis, Y. (2010)
    The purpose of the present study was to examine the effects of muscle damage on walking biomechanics at different speeds. Seventeen young women completed a muscle damage protocol of 5 x 15 maximal eccentric actions of the ...