Jonathan Folland
Jonathan Folland
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Morphological and neurological contributions to increased strength
JP Folland, AG Williams
Sports medicine 37 (2), 145-168, 2007
11732007
Rate of force development: physiological and methodological considerations
NA Maffiuletti, P Aagaard, AJ Blazevich, J Folland, N Tillin, J Duchateau
European journal of applied physiology 116 (6), 1091-1116, 2016
4082016
Angiotensin‐converting enzyme genotype affects the response of human skeletal muscle to functional overload
J Folland, B Leach, T Little, K Hawker, S Myerson, H Montgomery, ...
Experimental Physiology 85 (5), 575-579, 2000
2802000
Salivary IgA as a risk factor for upper respiratory infections in elite professional athletes
V Neville, M Gleeson, JP Folland
Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins© American College of Sports Medicine, 2008
2762008
Similarity of polygenic profiles limits the potential for elite human physical performance
AG Williams, JP Folland
The journal of physiology 586 (1), 113-121, 2008
2452008
Fatigue is not a necessary stimulus for strength gains during resistance training
JP Folland, CS Irish, JC Roberts, JE Tarr, DA Jones
British journal of sports medicine 36 (5), 370-373, 2002
2022002
Neuromuscular performance of explosive power athletes versus untrained individuals
NA Tillin, P Jimenez-Reyes, MTG Pain, JP Folland
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Inc.(© American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)), 2010
1492010
Human capacity for explosive force production: neural and contractile determinants
JP Folland, MW Buckthorpe, R Hannah
Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 24 (6), 894-906, 2014
1442014
Explosive force production during isometric squats correlates with athletic performance in rugby union players
NA Tillin, MTG Pain, J Folland
Journal of Sports Sciences 31 (1), 66-76, 2013
1242013
Validity of vertical jump measurement devices
M Buckthorpe, J Morris, JP Folland
Journal of sports sciences 30 (1), 63-69, 2012
1152012
Nitrate supplementation enhances the contractile properties of human skeletal muscle.
G Haider, JP Folland
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 46 (12), 2234-2243, 2014
1112014
Circulating angiotensin converting enzyme activity is correlated with muscle strength.
AG Williams, SH Day, JP Folland, P Gohlke, S Dhamrait, HE Montgomery
Medicine and science in sports and exercise 37 (6), 944, 2005
1112005
Sodium bicarbonate improves swimming performance
AM Lindh, MC Peyrebrune, SA Ingham, DM Bailey, JP Folland
International journal of sports medicine 29 (06), 519-523, 2008
1102008
Short‐term training for explosive strength causes neural and mechanical adaptations
NA Tillin, MTG Pain, JP Folland
Experimental physiology 97 (5), 630-641, 2012
992012
High impact exercise increased femoral neck bone mineral density in older men: a randomised unilateral intervention
SJ Allison, JP Folland, WJ Rennie, GD Summers, K Brooke-Wavell
Bone 53 (2), 321-328, 2013
962013
Strength training: Isometric training at a range of joint angles versus dynamic training
JP Folland, K Hawker, B Leach, T Little, DA Jones
Journal of sports sciences 23 (8), 817-824, 2005
962005
Maximal and explosive strength training elicit distinct neuromuscular adaptations, specific to the training stimulus
NA Tillin, JP Folland
European journal of applied physiology 114 (2), 365-374, 2014
932014
Reliability of neuromuscular measurements during explosive isometric contractions, with special reference to electromyography normalization techniques
MW Buckthorpe, R Hannah, TG Pain, JP Folland
Muscle & nerve 46 (4), 566-576, 2012
932012
The influence of maximal isometric activity on twitch and H-reflex potentiation, and quadriceps femoris performance
JP Folland, T Wakamatsu, MS Fimland
European Journal of Applied Physiology 104 (4), 739, 2008
922008
Short‐term unilateral resistance training affects the agonist–antagonist but not the force–agonist activation relationship
NA Tillin, MTG Pain, JP Folland
Muscle & nerve 43 (3), 375-384, 2011
862011
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