Adrian Lai

Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada 
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Schache AG, Lai AKM, Brown NAT, et al. (2019) Lower-limb joint mechanics during maximum acceleration sprinting. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Hodson-Tole EF, Lai AKM. (2019) Ultrasound-derived changes in thickness of human ankle plantar flexor muscles during walking and running are not homogeneous along the muscle mid-belly region. Scientific Reports. 9: 15090
Kenneally-Dabrowski C, Brown NAT, Warmenhoven J, et al. (2019) Late swing running mechanics influence hamstring injury susceptibility in elite rugby athletes: A prospective exploratory analysis. Journal of Biomechanics
Kenneally-Dabrowski C, Serpell BG, Spratford W, et al. (2019) A retrospective analysis of hamstring injuries in elite rugby athletes: More severe injuries are likely to occur at the distal myofascial junction. Physical Therapy in Sport : Official Journal of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine. 38: 192-198
Lai AKM, Biewener AA, Wakeling JM. (2019) Muscle-specific indices to characterise the functional behaviour of human lower-limb muscles during locomotion. Journal of Biomechanics
Kenneally-Dabrowski CJB, Brown NAT, Lai AKM, et al. (2019) Late swing or early stance? A narrative review of hamstring injury mechanisms during high-speed running. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports
Lai AKM, Biewener AA, Wakeling JM. (2018) Metabolic cost underlies task-dependent variations in motor unit recruitment. Journal of the Royal Society, Interface. 15
Lai AKM, Lichtwark GA, Schache AG, et al. (2018) Differences in in-vivo muscle fascicle and tendinous tissue behaviour between the ankle plantarflexors during running. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports
Lai AKM, Arnold AS, Biewener AA, et al. (2017) Does a two-element muscle model offer advantages when estimating ankle plantar flexor forces during human cycling? Journal of Biomechanics
Lai AKM, Arnold AS, Wakeling JM. (2017) Why are Antagonist Muscles Co-activated in My Simulation? A Musculoskeletal Model for Analysing Human Locomotor Tasks. Annals of Biomedical Engineering
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