Browsing by Author "Hébert-Losier, Kim"

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  • Bike fit practices do not match scientific evidence

    Murray, Jordyn; Hébert-Losier, Kim (2019)
    Introduction Many bike technicians optimise bike fit using experience, look and feel, and 2D videos rather than 3D methods or scientific evidence. Therefore, cycling communities and scientists have different measures and ...
  • The 'DEEP' Landing Error Scoring System

    Hébert-Losier, Kim; Hanzlíková, Ivana; Zheng, Chen; Streeter, Lee; Mayo, Michael (MDPI, 2020)
    The Landing Error Scoring System (LESS) is an injury-risk screening tool used in sports; but scoring is time consuming, clinician-dependent, and generally inaccessible outside of elite sports. Our aim is to evidence that ...
  • Duty factor is a viable measure to classify spontaneous running forms

    Patoz, Aurélien; Gindre, Cyrille; Thouvenot, Adrien; Mourot, Laurent; Hébert-Losier, Kim; Lussiana, Thibault (MDPI, 2019)
    Runners were classified using two different methods based on their spontaneous running form: (1) subjectively using the V®score from the Volodalen® scale, leading to terrestrial and aerial groups; and (2) objectively using ...
  • Effect of footwear on Y-Balance Test performance & risk categorisation

    Beaven, Christopher Martyn; O'Donnell, Shannon Lea; Hébert-Losier, Kim (2018)
    Introduction: The Y-Balance Test (YBT) assesses dynamic balance and screens for injury risk. However, there are inconsistent recommendations regarding footwear use during testing. Methods: Forty-two volunteers (26 females, ...
  • The effect of proprioceptive knee bracing on knee stability after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction

    Hanzlíková, Ivana; Richards, Jim; Hébert-Losier, Kim; Smékal, D. (Elsevier B.V., 2019)
    Background Injury to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is common among young athletes and can impact knee stability and control. Wearing proprioceptive knee braces can improve knee control and may reduce the risk factors ...

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