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Research unit of Biomechanics and Motor Control of Human Movement University. sports science laboratory - Jacques Rogge
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Senne Bonnaerens Apr 8
Our research on Grounded Running just received a WOW from ! WOW!! More information on
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Senne Bonnaerens Mar 20
Check out the nice infographic of on our research on grounded running!
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Frederik Deconinck Mar 6
on visit in Rwanda. Lots of spectators at our motor skills testing in Kiruhura. Data collection for a new intercultural study on motor proficiency!
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Senne Bonnaerens Feb 15
Preparing a biomechanical analysis of long jump for the tv show 'World Record' . The world record is currently set at 8.95m by Mike Powell and stands already for 27 years!
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Farid Bardid Jan 10
The accepted manuscript version for our published study on "Actual and perceived levels of Belgian and US children" is openly available at: ….
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BioMoC_UGent Dec 10
Wat is "grounded running" en wat zijn de voordelen tegenover klassiek lopen?
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BSW UGent Dec 10
Toponderzoek van ! Grounded running verlaagt het risico op overbelasting!
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Rud Derie Nov 26
An other publication of our !! Low impact running in a high impact journal ( )
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TeamDerave Nov 14
"Kunnen we topsporters bouwen in een labo?" Het antwoord in mijn college van de via
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SportUp.be Oct 30
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Frederik Deconinck Nov 3
Mooi stuk van over de fuzzylogic binnen talentID, maar vooral over doorzetting, ontwikkeling en omkadering: Nina Derwael is wat Amerikanen een next level-atleet noemen ⁩ ⁦
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TeamDerave Oct 10
PhD defense of Mireille Augustijn of : “the obese brain” on motor skills of obese children.
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Frederik Deconinck Sep 17
wins Young Researcher Award at with paper Weight loss, improved and structural neuroplasticity in children with as a result of multidisciplinary treatment
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BioMoC_UGent Aug 8
Presenting proof of concept on reduction using music-based biofeedback outside the lab🏃‍💥. Questions/comments during the doctoral competition (A, 11:30 AM) and/or poster (Th 111, 2 PM) sessions are appreciated.
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BioMoC_UGent Jul 8
Another inspiring edition of See you next year!
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BioMoC_UGent Jul 8
Heading to ? On Monday, we’ll present work on wearable measurements of loading in over-ground running. of a runner’s resultant tibial shock at a speed of almost 20 km/h. Funded by
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BioMoC_UGent 8 May 18
Point taken en bij deze "op zijn Scheires" empirisch onderzocht. Vraag blijft of we de schaduw van de bal of van Sels zien, maar dat kunnen we best eens aan de VAR vragen.
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BioMoC_UGent 8 May 18
Daar ziet de bal toch even mis. De bal is lager dan de deklat dus schaduw is zeer slechte indicator. Conclusie op basis van schaduw is niet correct!
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TeamDerave 12 Jan 18
Please RT! We are looking of a new Assist/Assoc/Full PROFESSOR OF BIOMECHANICS of human movement at Dept of Movement and Sport Sciences () . Deadline 28/2. Become my colleague at our world top-10 ranked institute.
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Frederik Deconinck 20 Dec 17
Jérôme Van Causenbroeck finds disruptions in eye foot co-ordination in individuals with en wins Honours program poster prize
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