Matthew T. G. Pain
Matthew T. G. Pain
Reader in Biomechanics, School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sceinces, Loughborough University
Verified email at lboro.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Relative age effect in Spanish association football: Its extent and implications for wasted potential
IP Jiménez, MTG Pain
Journal of sports sciences 26 (10), 995-1003, 2008
1732008
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
1342010
The influence of soft tissue movement on ground reaction forces, joint torques and joint reaction forces in drop landings
MTG Pain, JH Challis
Journal of biomechanics 39 (1), 119-124, 2006
1272006
Sprint starts and the minimum auditory reaction time
MTG Pain, A Hibbs
Journal of sports sciences 25 (1), 79-86, 2007
1132007
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
982013
Short‐term training for explosive strength causes neural and mechanical adaptations
NA Tillin, MTG Pain, JP Folland
Experimental physiology 97 (5), 630-641, 2012
932012
Essay: risk taking in sport
MTG Pain, MA Pain
The Lancet 366, S33-S34, 2005
922005
The role of the heel pad and shank soft tissue during impacts: a further resolution of a paradox
MTG Pain, JH Challis
Journal of biomechanics 34 (3), 327-333, 2001
922001
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
802011
Reducing ground reaction forces in gymnastics’ landings may increase internal loading
C Mills, MTG Pain, MR Yeadon
Journal of biomechanics 42 (6), 671-678, 2009
572009
Soft tissue motion during impacts: their potential contributions to energy dissipation
MTG Pain, JH Challis
Journal of Applied Biomechanics 18 (3), 231-242, 2002
532002
Identification of contraction onset during explosive contractions. Response to Thompson et al." Consistency of rapid muscle force characteristics: influence of muscle …
NA Tillin, MT Pain, JP Folland
Journal of electromyography and kinesiology: official journal of the …, 2013
512013
Neuromuscular function in healthy occlusion
SE Forrester, SJ Allen, RG Presswood, AC Toy, MTG Pain
Journal of oral rehabilitation 37 (9), 663-669, 2010
502010
The need for muscle co-contraction prior to a landing
MR Yeadon, MA King, SE Forrester, GE Caldwell, MTG Pain
Journal of biomechanics 43 (2), 364-369, 2010
492010
In vivo determination of the effect of shoulder pads on tackling forces in rugby
MTG Pain, F Tsui, S Cove
Journal of sports sciences 26 (8), 855-862, 2008
472008
Occlusal measurement method can affect SEMG activity during occlusion
SE Forrester, RG Presswood, AC Toy, MTG Pain
Journal of oral rehabilitation 38 (9), 655-660, 2011
432011
Wobbling mass influence on impact ground reaction forces: A simulation model sensitivity analysis
MTG Pain, JH Challis
Journal of Applied Biomechanics 20 (3), 309-316, 2004
422004
Central fatigue contributes to the greater reductions in explosive than maximal strength with high‐intensity fatigue
M Buckthorpe, MTG Pain, JP Folland
Experimental physiology 99 (7), 964-973, 2014
402014
Contraction type influences the human ability to use the available torque capacity of skeletal muscle during explosive efforts
NA Tillin, MTG Pain, JP Folland
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1736), 2106-2115, 2012
382012
Comparing different approaches for determining joint torque parameters from isovelocity dynamometer measurements
SE Forrester, MR Yeadon, MA King, MTG Pain
Journal of biomechanics 44 (5), 955-961, 2011
332011
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