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Schotel, Rozemarijn (author)
In football, a lot of hip and thigh muscle injuries occur as a result of high muscular loads due to accelerative leg movements. To prevent muscle damage and optimise performance, it is essential to continuously identify when and how frequent local hip and thigh muscular loads develop in the explosive and dynamic football environment. The...
master thesis 2019
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van der Gun, Govert (author)
Running-specific prostheses enable amputee athletes to perform at the highest level. However, current prosthesis design still impairs sprinting performance in multiple ways. An example is the constant mechanical stiffness of the prosthetic devices. The dynamic behaviour of the blade is determined by this property, but it is static and cannot...
master thesis 2018
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Murillo Iraola, Ainhoa (author)
The purpose of this thesis project is to design a new concept of sprinting prosthesis to enhance the acceleration phase performance of bilateral transtibial amputees (BTAs) competing in sprinting races. Amputee sprinters are hampered in the acceleration phase of a sprint race by the compliance of their prostheses. Increased contact times, and...
master thesis 2018
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Overtoom, Mats (author)
During team time trials in road cycling changing schemes are used to spread the workload over the cyclists in the team. Models that provide predictions of race performance already exist for individual time trials. It is proposed that with a performance model for team time trials, the performance of different strategies can be compared and...
master thesis 2013
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