Ding Rui
Ding Rui
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TitleCited byYear
Influence of rearfoot and forefoot midsole hardness on biomechanical and perception variables during heel-toe running
T Sterzing, V Schweiger, R Ding, JTM Cheung, T Brauner
Footwear Science 5 (2), 71-79, 2013
242013
Walking on an unpredictable irregular surface changes lower limb biomechanics and subjective perception compared to walking on a regular surface
T Sterzing, C Apps, R Ding, JTM Cheung
Journal of foot and ankle research 7 (1), A81, 2014
142014
Subjective evaluation of running footwear depends on country and assessment method: A bi-national study
PW Kong, CY Lim, R Ding, T Sterzing
Ergonomics 58 (9), 1589-1604, 2015
92015
Biomechanical locomotion adaptations on uneven surfaces can be simulated with a randomly deforming shoe midsole
C Apps, T Sterzing, T O'Brien, R Ding, M Lake
Footwear Science 9 (2), 65-77, 2017
72017
Magnitude and variability of gait characteristics when walking on an irregular surface at different speeds
S Blair, MJ Lake, R Ding, T Sterzing
Human movement science 59, 112-120, 2018
42018
Segmented midsole hardness in the midfoot to forefoot region of running shoes alters subjective perception and biomechanics during heel-toe running revealing potential to …
T Sterzing, G Custoza, R Ding, JTM Cheung
Footwear Science 7 (2), 63-79, 2015
42015
Individual and generalized lower limb muscle activity and kinematic adaptations during walking on an unpredictable irregular surface
C Apps, R Ding, JTM Cheung, T Sterzing
Journal of foot and ankle research 7 (1), A3, 2014
42014
Running shoe crash-pad design alters shoe touchdown angles and ankle stability parameters during heel–toe running
T Sterzing, K Thomsen, R Ding, JTM Cheung
Footwear science 7 (2), 81-93, 2015
32015
Round reaction forces and knee joint moments during basketball jab step cutting maneuver
WK Lam, R Ding, J Cheung
Footwear Science 3 (sup1), S94-S96, 2011
32011
Overall preference of running shoes can be predicted by suitable perception factors using a multiple regression model
CS Tay, T Sterzing, CY Lim, R Ding, PW Kong
Human factors 59 (3), 432-441, 2017
12017
Ankle and knee joint stiffness in walking; unpredictable and predictable shoe perturbations
C Apps, T Sterzing, T O’Brien, R Ding, M Lake
Foot and Ankle Surgery 22 (2), 17-18, 2016
12016
Individual and generalized lower limb muscle activity and kinematic adaptations during running on an unpredictable irregular surface
C Apps, R Ding, JTM Cheung, T Sterzing
Journal of foot and ankle research 7 (1), A2, 2014
12014
Effect of metatarsal–phalangeal joint and sprint spike stiffness on sprint acceleration performance
R Ding, T Sterzing, T Yu Qin, J Cheung
Footwear Science 3 (sup1), S41-S43, 2011
12011
Ankle and knee joint stiffness in running; unpredictable and predictable shoe perturbations
C Apps, T Sterzing, T O'Brien, R Ding, M Lake
2016
4th Congress of the International Foot and Ankle Biomechanics Community
SF Albert, C Apps, R Ding, JTM Cheung, T Sterzing, J Arnold, ...
Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 7 (1), A10, 2014
2014
Running on an unpredictable irregular surface changes lower limb biomechanics and subjective perception compared to running on a regular surface
C Apps, R Ding, J Cheung
2014
A PORTABLE SYSTEM FOR MONITORING IN-SHOE TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY
Y Cai, J Liu, H Liu, M Hu, R Ding, X Zheng, JTM Cheung
2 University of West of England, UK 3 Brighton University, UK* Corresponding author.
C Apps, T Sterzing, T O’Brien, R Ding, M Lake
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