David M Frost
David M Frost
Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Educaiton, University of Toronto
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TitleCited byYear
Using the Functional Movement Screen™ to evaluate the effectiveness of training
DM Frost, TAC Beach, JP Callaghan, SM McGill
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 26 (6), 1620-1630, 2012
1452012
A biomechanical evaluation of resistance
DM Frost, J Cronin, RU Newton
Sports Medicine 40, 303-326, 2010
952010
FMS (TM) scores change with performers' knowledge of the grading criteria-Are general whole-body movement screens capturing" dysfunction"?
DM Frost, TAC Beach, JP Callaghan, SM McGill
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 2013
742013
Evidence of a double peak in muscle activation to enhance strike speed and force: an example with elite mixed martial arts fighters
SM McGill, JD Chaimberg, DM Frost, CMJ Fenwick
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 24 (2), 348, 2010
702010
Effect of starting stance on initial sprint performance
JB CRONIN, JP GREEN, GT LEVIN, ME BRUGHELLI, DM FROST
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 21 (3), 990-992, 2007
542007
Movement quality and links to measures of fitness in firefighters
S McGill, D Frost, J Andersen, I Crosby, D Gardiner
Work 45 (3), 357-366, 2013
402013
A comparison of the kinematics, kinetics and muscle activity between pneumatic and free weight resistance
DM Frost, JB Cronin, RU Newton
European journal of applied physiology 104 (6), 937-956, 2008
402008
PLAD (personal lift assistive device) stiffness affects the lumbar flexion/extension moment and the posterior chain EMG during symmetrical lifting tasks
DM Frost, M Abdoli-E, JM Stevenson
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 19 (6), e403-e412, 2009
372009
Stepping backward can improve sprint performance over short distances
DM Frost, JB Cronin, G Levin
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 22 (3), 918-922, 2008
362008
The influence of load and speed on individuals' movement behavior
DM Frost, TAC Beach, JP Callaghan, SM McGill
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research, 2013
342013
Physical fitness improvements and occupational low-back loading–an exercise intervention study with firefighters
TAC Beach, DM Frost, SM McGill, JP Callaghan
Ergonomics 57 (5), 744-763, 2014
312014
FMS™ scores and low-back loading during lifting–Whole-body movement screening as an ergonomic tool?
TAC Beach, DM Frost, JP Callaghan
Applied ergonomics 45 (3), 482-489, 2014
302014
The Relationship Between Dry-Land Power Measures and Tumble Turn Velocity in Elite Swimmers.
J Cronin, J Jones, D Frost
Journal of Swimming Research 17, 2007
302007
The relationship between general measures of fitness, passive range of motion and whole-body movement quality
D Frost, J Andersen, T Lam, T Finlay, K Darby, S McGill
Ergonomics 56 (4), 637-649, 2013
292013
Stepping back to improve sprint performance: a kinetic analysis of the first step forwards
DM Frost, JB Cronin
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 25 (10), 2721-2728, 2011
282011
Is self-massage an effective joint range-of-motion strategy? A pilot study
ER Monteiro, MT Cavanaugh, DM Frost, J da Silva Novaes
Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies 21 (1), 223-226, 2017
272017
Can fitness and movement quality prevent back injury in elite task force police officers? A 5-year longitudinal study
S McGill, D Frost, T Lam, T Finlay, K Darby, J Cannon
Ergonomics 58 (10), 1682-1689, 2015
242015
Exercise-based performance enhancement and injury prevention for firefighters: Contrasting the fitness-and movement-related adaptations to two training methodologies
DM Frost, TAC Beach, JP Callaghan, SM McGill
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 29 (9), 2441-2459, 2015
222015
Have we underestimated the kinematic and kinetic benefits of non-ballistic motion?
DM Frost, JB Cronin, RU Newton
Sports Biomechanics 7 (3), 372-385, 2008
172008
Firefighter injuries are not just a fireground problem
DM Frost, TAC Beach, I Crosby, SM McGill
Work 52 (4), 835-842, 2015
152015
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