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  1. Muscle fibre conduction velocity in the vastus lateralis and medialis muscles of soccer players after ACL reconstruction
  2. Contribution of cognitive functions to postural control in anticipating self-paced and externally-triggered lower-limb perturbations
  4. Postural Adjustments Following ACL Rupture and Reconstruction: A Longitudinal Study
  5. Neuromechanical response to passive cyclic loading of the ACL in non-professional soccer players: A pilot study
  6. Effects of a novel neck balance system on neuromuscular fatigue of neck muscles during repeated flexions and extensions
  7. Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation Superimposed on Movement Early after ACL Surgery
  8. Mechanisms of head stability during gait initiation in young and older women: A neuro-mechanical analysis
  9. Upper body accelerations during planned gait termination in young and older women
  10. Local vibration inhibits H-reflex but does not compromise manual dexterity and does not increase tremor
  11. Smooth pursuits decrease balance control during locomotion in young and older healthy females
  12. Asymmetrical Lower Extremity Loading Early After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Is a Significant Predictor of Asymmetrical Loading at the Time of Return to Sport
  13. Comparison in Joint-Position Sense and Muscle Coactivation between Anterior Cruciate Ligament–Deficient and Healthy Individuals
  14. High-Intensity Interval Training Versus Moderate-Intensity Continuous Training in the Prevention/Management of Cardiovascular Disease
  15. Effects of early whole-body vibration treatment on knee neuromuscular function and postural control after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction: A randomized controlled trial
  16. Activation of Neck and Low-Back Muscles Is Reduced with the Use of a Neck Balance System Together with a Lumbar Support in Urban Drivers
  17. Older Age Is Associated with Lower Optimal Vibration Frequency in Lower-Limb Muscles During Whole-Body Vibration
  18. Effect of whole body vibration frequency on neuromuscular activity in acl-deficient and healthy males
  19. Early compensatory and anticipatory postural adjustments following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction
  20. Alpha Band Cortico-Muscular Coherence Occurs in Healthy Individuals during Mechanically-Induced Tremor
  21. Acute Effect of Whole-Body Vibration at Optimal Frequency on Muscle Power Output of the Lower Limbs in Older Women
  22. Validity and Reliability of an Alternative Method for Measuring Power Output During Six-Second All-out Cycling
  23. The role of the prefrontal cortex in the development of muscle fatigue in Charcot–Marie–Tooth 1A patients
  24. Application of the Sit-to-Stand Movement for the Early Assessment of Functional Deficits in Patients Who Underwent Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
  25. Neuromechanics of repeated stepping with external loading in young and older women
  26. Comparison of walking energy cost between an anterior and a posterior ankle-foot orthosis in people with foot drop
  27. Analysis of the effects of mechanically induced tremor on EEG-EMG coherence using wavelet and partial directed coherence
  28. Amount and intensity of daily living activities in Charcot-Marie-Tooth 1A patients
  29. An anterior ankle-foot orthosis improves walking economy in Charcot–Marie–Tooth type 1A patients
  30. Association between Physical Activity Levels and Physiological Factors Underlying Mobility in Young, Middle-Aged and Older Individuals Living in a City District
  31. Acute Effect of Whole-Body Vibration at Optimal Frequency on Muscle Power Output of the Lower Limbs in Older Women
  32. The effects of isometric resistance training on stretch reflex induced tremor in the knee extensor muscles
  33. The neurophysiology of central and peripheral fatigue during sub-maximal lower limb isometric contractions
  34. Neuromuscular function after muscle fatigue in Charcot–Marie–Tooth type 1A patients
  35. Comparison of power and EMG during 6-s all-out cycling between young and older women
  36. Do Current Methods of Strength Testing for the Return to Sport After Injuries Really Address Functional Performance?
  37. Muscle fibre conduction velocity during a 30-s Wingate anaerobic test
  38. Comparison of neural activation and energy cost during treadmill walking with body weight unloading between frail and healthy older women
  39. Charcot-Marie-Tooth 1A patients with low level of impairment have a higher energy cost of walking than healthy individuals
  40. Effects of altered muscle temperature on neuromuscular properties in young and older women
  41. Relationship between performance-based and laboratory tests for lower-limb muscle strength and power assessment in healthy older women
  42. Reliability of the intrinsic and extrinsic patterns of level walking in older women
  43. Speed training with body weight unloading improves walking energy cost and maximal speed in 75- to 85-year-old healthy women
  44. Correlation of average muscle fiber conduction velocity measured during cycling exercise with myosin heavy chain composition, lactate threshold, and VO2max
  45. Physiological costs and temporo-spatial parameters of walking on a treadmill vary with body weight unloading and speed in both healthy young and older women
  46. Control of head stability during gait initiation in young and older women
  47. Effect of power, pedal rate, and force on average muscle fiber conduction velocity during cycling
  48. Differences between young and older women in maximal force, force fluctuations, and surface emg during isometric knee extension and elbow flexion
  49. Muscle strength, power and adaptations to resistance training in older people
  50. Is the coactivation of biceps femoris during isometric knee extension affected by adiposity in healthy young humans?
  51. Cycling as a novel approach to resistance training increases muscle strength, power, and selected functional abilities in healthy older women
  52. The effect of an active warm-up on surface EMG and muscle performance in healthy humans
  53. Comparison between young and older women in explosive power output and its determinants during a single leg-press action after optimisation of load
  54. Muscle function in elite master weightlifters
  55. Contractile muscle volume and agonist-antagonist coactivation account for differences in torque between young and older women
  56. Electromyogram changes during sustained contraction after resistance training in women in their 3rd and 8th decades
  57. Ambulation training of neurological patients on the treadmill with a new Walking Assistance and Rehabilitation Device (WARD)
  58. Cost of walking and locomotor impairment
  59. Erratum
  60. Determinants of maximal instantaneous muscle power in women aged 50?75 years
  61. Rehabilitation of walking for paraplegic patients by means of a treadmill
  62. Ergonomy of paraplegic patients working with a reciprocating gait orthosis