Nicos Haralabidis
Nicos Haralabidis
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Mechanical and morphological determinants of peak power output in elite cyclists
M Kordi, J Folland, S Goodall, N Haralabidis, T Maden‐Wilkinson, ...
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 30 (2), 227-237, 2020
152020
The day-to-day reliability of peak fat oxidation and FAT MAX
OJ Chrzanowski-Smith, RM Edinburgh, MP Thomas, N Haralabidis, ...
European journal of applied physiology 120 (8), 1745-1759, 2020
102020
Reliability and validity of depth camera 3D scanning to determine thigh volume
M Kordi, N Haralabidis, M Huby, PR Barratt, G Howatson, JS Wheat
Journal of sports sciences 37 (1), 36-41, 2019
62019
Fusing Accelerometry with Videography to Monitor the Effect of Fatigue on Punching Performance in Elite Boxers
N Haralabidis, DJ Saxby, C Pizzolato, L Needham, D Cazzola, C Minahan
Sensors 20 (20), 5749, 2020
52020
Three-dimensional data-tracking simulations of sprinting using a direct collocation optimal control approach
N Haralabidis, G Serrancolí, S Colyer, I Bezodis, A Salo, D Cazzola
PeerJ 9, e10975, 2021
12021
Data-tracking and predictive simulations of sprint running
N Haralabidis, G Serrancolí, S Colyer, I Bezodis, A Salo, D Cazzola
Proceedings of the Conference of the International Society of Biomechanics …, 2020
2020
Physiological Determinants of Peak Power Output in Elite Cyclists
G Howatson, M Kordi, S Goodall, N Haralabidis, T Patel, ...
MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE 51 (6), 638-638, 2019
2019
Estimation of kinematics and ground reaction forces during sprint running
N Haralabidis, G Serrancolí, S Colyer, I Bezodis, A Salo, D Cazzola
Proceedings 17th International Symposium on Computer Simulation in …, 2019
2019
Sprinting data-tracking simulation: a direct collocation approach
N Haralabidis, G Serrancolí, S Colyer, I Bezodis, A Salo, D Cazzola
Book of abstracts of the BASES Biomechanics Division event 2019, 1-1, 2019
2019
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