Kevin E. Power
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Effect of acute static stretching on force, balance, reaction time, and movement time
DG Behm, A Bambury, F Cahill, K Power
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 36 (8), 1397-1402, 2004
An acute bout of static stretching: effects on force and jumping performance
K Power, D Behm, F Cahill, M Carroll, W Young
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 36 (8), 1389-1396, 2004
Roller-massager application to the quadriceps and knee-joint range of motion and neuromuscular efficiency during a lunge
DJ Bradbury-Squires, JC Noftall, KM Sullivan, DG Behm, KE Power, ...
Journal of athletic training 50 (2), 133-140, 2015
Relationship between hockey skating speed and selected performance measures
DG Behm, MJ Wahl, DC Button, KE Power, KG Anderson
The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research 19 (2), 326-331, 2005
Intermuscle differences in activation
DG Behm, J Whittle, D Button, K Power
Muscle & nerve 25 (2), 236-243, 2002
Comparison of interpolation and central activation ratios as measures of muscle inactivation
D Behm, K Power, E Drinkwater
Muscle & Nerve: Official Journal of the American Association of …, 2001
Neuromuscular fatigue of the knee extensors during repeated maximal intensity intermittent‐sprints on a cycle ergometer
GEP Pearcey, JR Murphy, DG Behm, DC Hay, KE Power, DC Button
Muscle & Nerve 51 (4), 569-579, 2015
Repeated sprint ability but not neuromuscular fatigue is dependent on short versus long duration recovery time between sprints in healthy males
MR Monks, CT Compton, JD Yetman, KE Power, DC Button
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 20 (6), 600-605, 2017
Muscle activation is enhanced with multi-and uni-articular bilateral versus unilateral contractions
DG Behm, KE Power, EJ Drinkwater
Canadian journal of applied physiology 28 (1), 38-52, 2003
Differences in supraspinal and spinal excitability during various force outputs of the biceps brachii in chronic-and non-resistance trained individuals
GEP Pearcey, KE Power, DC Button
PloS one 9 (5), e98468, 2014
Corticospinal excitability of the biceps brachii is higher during arm cycling than an intensity-matched tonic contraction
D Forman, A Raj, DC Button, KE Power
Journal of neurophysiology 112 (5), 1142-1151, 2014
Intraspinally mediated state‐dependent enhancement of motoneurone excitability during fictive scratch in the adult decerebrate cat
KE Power, DA McCrea, B Fedirchuk
The Journal of physiology 588 (15), 2839-2857, 2010
Elbow flexor fatigue modulates central excitability of the knee extensors
SJ Aboodarda, DB Copithorne, KE Power, E Drinkwater, DG Behm
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 40 (9), 924-930, 2015
Cadence-dependent changes in corticospinal excitability of the biceps brachii during arm cycling
DA Forman, DTG Philpott, DC Button, KE Power
Journal of neurophysiology 114 (4), 2285-2294, 2015
Changes in supraspinal and spinal excitability of the biceps brachii following brief, non-fatiguing submaximal contractions of the elbow flexors in resistance-trained males
SJ Aboodarda, DB Copithorne, GEP Pearcey, DC Button, KE Power
Neuroscience letters 607, 66-71, 2015
Neuromuscular fatigue during repeated sprint exercise: underlying physiology and methodological considerations
BW Collins, GEP Pearcey, NCM Buckle, KE Power, DC Button
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism 43 (11), 1166-1175, 2018
Phase-and workload-dependent changes in corticospinal excitability to the biceps and triceps brachii during arm cycling
AJ Spence, LR Alcock, EJ Lockyer, DC Button, KE Power
Brain sciences 6 (4), 60, 2016
Chronic resistance training enhances the spinal excitability of the biceps brachii in the non-dominant arm at moderate contraction intensities
DTG Philpott, GEP Pearcey, D Forman, KE Power, DC Button
Neuroscience letters 585, 12-16, 2015
Exertional rhabdomyolysis in an acutely detrained athlete/exercise physiology professor
GEP Pearcey, DJ Bradbury-Squires, KE Power, DG Behm, DC Button
Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine 23 (6), 496-498, 2013
Changes in corticospinal and spinal excitability to the biceps brachii with a neutral vs. pronated handgrip position differ between arm cycling and tonic elbow flexion
DA Forman, M Richards, GN Forman, MWR Holmes, KE Power
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 543, 2016
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