Browsing by Author "McMaster, Daniel Travis"

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  • The associations between physical-test performance and match performance in women’s rugby sevens players

    Sella, Francesco Stefano; Hopkins, William G.; Beaven, Christopher Martyn; McMaster, Daniel Travis; Gill, Nicholas D.; Hébert-Losier, Kim (Termedia Publishing House, and Institute of Sport – National Research Institute, Poland., 2022-11-18)
    Evaluating the relationships between physical-test and match performance in team sports could be useful for training prescription and athlete evaluation. Here we investigated these relationships in women’s Rugby Sevens. ...
  • A brief review of handgrip strength and sport performance

    Cronin, John; Lawton, Trent; Harris, Nigel; Kilding, Andrew E.; McMaster, Daniel Travis (2017)
    Cronin, J, Lawton, T, Harris, N, Kilding, A, and McMaster, DT. A brief review of handgrip strength and sport performance. J Strength Cond Res 31(11): 3187-3217, 2017-Tests of handgrip strength (HGS) and handgrip force (HGF) ...
  • Eccentric Force-Velocity Characteristics during a Novel Squat Protocol in Trained Rugby Union Athletes-Pilot Study

    McNeill, Conor; Beaven, Christopher Martyn; McMaster, Daniel Travis; Gill, Nicholas (MDPI, 2021-03-30)
    Eccentric strength characteristics have been shown to be important factors in physical performance. Many eccentric tests have been performed in isolation or with supramaximal loading. The purpose of this study was to ...
  • Eccentric training interventions and team sport athletes

    McNeill, Conor; Beaven, Christopher Martyn; McMaster, Daniel Travis; Gill, Nicholas D. (MDPI, 2019)
    Eccentric resistance training has been shown to improve performance outcomes in a range of populations, making it a popular choice for practitioners. Evidence suggests that neuromuscular adaptations resulting from eccentric ...
  • Effect of drop jump training frequency on reactive strength in rugby athletes

    McMaster, Daniel Travis; Mayo, Brad; Stebbing, Thomas; Gill, Nicholas D.; McNeill, Conor; Beaven, Christopher Martyn (ICST, 2018)
    Background Jumping is a commonly used training modality to improve athletic performance and neuromuscular capabilities. The capacity to rapidly absorb eccentric forces and rapidly produce a concentric force within a ...

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