Peter Düking
Peter Düking
Jun.-Professor, Institute for Sport Science, Technical University of Braunschweig
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Comparison of non-invasive individual monitoring of the training and health of athletes with commercially available wearable technologies
P Düking, A Hotho, HC Holmberg, FK Fuss, B Sperlich
Frontiers in physiology 7, 184549, 2016
Criterion-validity of commercially available physical activity tracker to estimate step count, covered distance and energy expenditure during sports conditions
Y Wahl, P Düking, A Droszez, P Wahl, J Mester
Frontiers in physiology 8, 725, 2017
Recommendations for assessment of the reliability, sensitivity, and validity of data provided by wearable sensors designed for monitoring physical activity
P Düking, FK Fuss, HC Holmberg, B Sperlich
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 6 (4), e9341, 2018
The potential usefulness of virtual reality systems for athletes: a short SWOT analysis
P Düking, HC Holmberg, B Sperlich
Frontiers in Physiology 9, 322635, 2018
Integrated framework of load monitoring by a combination of smartphone applications, wearables and point-of-care testing provides feedback that allows individual responsive …
P Düking, S Achtzehn, HC Holmberg, B Sperlich
Sensors 18 (5), 1632, 2018
Wrist-worn wearables for monitoring heart rate and energy expenditure while sitting or performing light-to-vigorous physical activity: validation study
P Düking, L Giessing, MO Frenkel, K Koehler, HC Holmberg, B Sperlich
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 8 (5), e16716, 2020
Multi-directional sprint training improves change-of-direction speed and reactive agility in young highly trained soccer players
DP Born, C Zinner, P Düking, B Sperlich
Journal of Sports Science & Medicine 15 (2), 314, 2016
Necessary steps to accelerate the integration of wearable sensors into recreation and competitive sports
P Düking, C Stammel, B Sperlich, S Sutehall, B Muniz-Pardos, G Lima, ...
Current sports medicine reports 17 (6), 178-182, 2018
Instant biofeedback provided by wearable sensor technology can help to optimize exercise and prevent injury and overuse
P Düking, HC Holmberg, B Sperlich
Frontiers in physiology 8, 256317, 2017
The SpeedCourt: reliability, usefulness, and validity of a new method to determine change-of-direction speed
P Düking, DP Born, B Sperlich
International journal of sports physiology and performance 11 (1), 130-134, 2016
Behavior change techniques in wrist-worn wearables to promote physical activity: content analysis
P Düking, M Tafler, B Wallmann-Sperlich, B Sperlich, S Kleih
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 8 (11), e20820, 2020
Wearable sensor technology for monitoring training load and health in the athletic population
B Sperlich, K Aminian, P Düking, HC Holmberg
Frontiers in physiology 10, 474046, 2020
Monitoring and adapting endurance training on the basis of heart rate variability monitored by wearable technologies: A systematic review with meta-analysis
P Düking, C Zinner, K Trabelsi, JL Reed, HC Holmberg, P Kunz, ...
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 24 (11), 1180-1192, 2021
Predefined vs data‐guided training prescription based on autonomic nervous system variation: A systematic review
P Düking, C Zinner, JL Reed, HC Holmberg, B Sperlich
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 30 (12), 2291-2304, 2020
Twitter strategies for web-based surveying: Descriptive analysis from the international concussion study
S Hendricks, P Düking, SD Mellalieu
JMIR research protocols 5 (3), e4542, 2016
Differences in physical match performance and injury occurrence before and after the COVID-19 break in professional European Soccer Leagues: a systematic review
M Thron, P Düking, S Härtel, A Woll, S Altmann
Sports medicine-open 8 (1), 121, 2022
Intra-individual physiological response of recreational runners to different training mesocycles: a randomized cross-over study
P Düking, HC Holmberg, P Kunz, R Leppich, B Sperlich
European journal of applied physiology 120 (12), 2705-2713, 2020
Establishing a cardiac training group for patients with heart failure: the “HIP-in-Würzburg” study
G Güder, J Wilkesmann, N Scholz, R Leppich, P Düking, B Sperlich, ...
Clinical Research in Cardiology 111 (4), 406-415, 2022
Assessment of peak oxygen uptake with a smartwatch and its usefulness for training of runners
P Düking, B Van Hooren, B Sperlich
International journal of sports medicine 43 (07), 642-647, 2022
A SWOT analysis of the use and potential misuse of implantable monitoring devices by athletes
B Sperlich, P Düking, HC Holmberg
Frontiers in Physiology 8, 271764, 2017
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