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Mark King
Professor of Sports Biomechanics, Loughborough University
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Modelling the maximum voluntary joint torque/angular velocity relationship in human movement
MR Yeadon, MA King, C Wilson
Journal of biomechanics 39 (3), 476-482, 2006
1712006
Relationships Between Fast Bowling Technique and Ball Release Speed in Cricket.
PJ Worthington, MA King, CA Ranson
Journal of applied biomechanics, 2012
1272012
The relationship between bowling action classification and three-dimensional lower trunk motion in fast bowlers in cricket
CA Ranson, AF Burnett, M King, N Patel, PB O'Sullivan
Journal of sports sciences 26 (3), 267-276, 2008
1242008
Determinants of countermovement jump performance: a kinetic and kinematic analysis
S McErlain-Naylor, M King, MTG Pain
Journal of sports sciences 32 (19), 1805-1812, 2014
1112014
Maximising somersault rotation in tumbling
MA King, MR Yeadon
Journal of Biomechanics 37 (4), 471-477, 2004
932004
Evaluation of a torque driven simulation model of tumbling
MR Yeadon, MA King
Human Kinetics, 2002
862002
The need for muscle co-contraction prior to a landing
MR Yeadon, MA King, SE Forrester, GE Caldwell, MTG Pain
Journal of biomechanics 43 (2), 364-369, 2010
782010
Evaluation of a torque-driven model of jumping for height.
MA King, C Wilson, MR Yeadon
Journal of Applied Biomechanics 22 (4), 2006
782006
Determining subject specific torque parameters for use in a torque driven simulation model of dynamic jumping
MA King, MR Yeadon
Human Kinetics Publishers, Inc., 2002
692002
The influence of cricket fast bowlers’ front leg technique on peak ground reaction forces
P Worthington, M King, C Ranson
Journal of sports sciences 31 (4), 434-441, 2013
642013
Comparing different approaches for determining joint torque parameters from isovelocity dynamometer measurements
SE Forrester, MR Yeadon, MA King, MTG Pain
Journal of biomechanics 44 (5), 955-961, 2011
592011
Head speed vs. racket inertia in the tennis serve
SR Mitchell, R Jones, M King
Sports Engineering 3 (2), 99-110, 2000
592000
A method for synchronising digitised video data
MR Yeadon, MA King
Journal of biomechanics 32 (9), 983-986, 1999
591999
Determination of subject-specific model parameters for visco-elastic elements
C Wilson, MA King, MR Yeadon
Journal of Biomechanics 39 (10), 1883-1890, 2006
572006
The effects of ball impact location and grip tightness on the arm, racquet and ball for one-handed tennis backhand groundstrokes
MA King, BB Kentel, SR Mitchell
Journal of biomechanics 45 (6), 1048-1052, 2012
562012
Computer simulation modelling in sport
MR Yeadon, MA King
Biomechanical evaluation of movement in sport and exercise, 221-254, 2017
532017
Does maximising ball speed in cricket fast bowling necessitate higher ground reaction forces?
MA King, PJ Worthington, CA Ranson
Journal of sports sciences 34 (8), 707-712, 2016
502016
The effect of coaching intervention on elite fast bowling technique over a two year period
C Ranson, M King, A Burnett, P Worthington, K Shine
Sports Biomechanics 8 (4), 261-274, 2009
482009
Is a single or double arm technique more advantageous in triple jumping?
SJ Allen, MA King, MR Yeadon
Journal of biomechanics 43 (16), 3156-3161, 2010
472010
Considerations that affect optimised simulation in a running jump for height
C Wilson, MR Yeadon, MA King
Journal of biomechanics 40 (14), 3155-3161, 2007
462007
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