Peer-Reviewed Articles (Journal Publications)

    1. To Crunch or Not to Crunch
    2. Exercise Technique: Barbell Hip Thrust
    3. Strategies for Optimal Core Training Program Design
    4. Do Single Joint Exercises Enhance Functional Fitness?
    5. Non-Uniform Changes in MRI Measurements of the Thigh Muscles Following Two Hamstring Strengthening Exercises
    6. The Biomechanics of the Push-Up: Implications for Resistance Training Programs
    7. Effect of Hand Position on EMG Activity of the Posterior Shoulder Musculature During a Horizontal Abduction Exercise
    8. Exercise Technique: The Long Lever Posterior Tilt Plank
    9. Movement Pattern Continuums – A Fundamental Component of Personal Training
    10. Are All Hip Extension Exercises Created Equal?
    11. In Response to Letter to the Editor
    12. Is Postexercise Muscle Soreness a Valid Indicator of Muscular Adaptations?
    13. The Muscle Pump: Potential Mechanisms and Applications for Enhancing Hypertrophic Adaptations
    14. The Increasing Role of the Hip Extensor Musculature With Heavier Compound Lower-Body Movements and More Explosive Sport Actions
    15. The Role of Kettlebells in Strength & Conditioning: A Review of the Literature
    16. Effects of Different Volume-Equated Resistance Training Loading Strategies on Muscular Adaptations in Well-Trained Men
    17. The Effect of Maturation on Adaptations to Strength Training and Detraining in 11-15-Year-Olds
    18. Regional Differences in Muscle Activation During Hamstrings Exercise
    19. lncreasing Role of Hips Supported by Electromyography and Musculoskeletal Modeling
    20. An Electromyographic Comparison of a Modified Version of the Plank With a Long Lever and Posterior Tilt Versus the Traditional Plank Exercise
    21. Muscle Activation During Low- Versus High-Load Resistance Training in Well-Trained Men
    22. The Functional Movement Screen: A Review
    23. Effects of Load on Good Morning Kinematics and EMG Activity
    24. Influence of Resistance Training Frequency on Muscular Adaptations in Well-Trained Men
    25. Biceps Brachii and Brachialis Cross-sectional Areas Are Major Determinants of Muscle Moment Arms
    26. A Comparison of Gluteus Maximus, Biceps Femoris, and Vastus Lateralis EMG Activity in the Back Squat and Barbell Hip Thrust Exercises
    27. A Comparison of Gluteus Maximus, Biceps Femoris, and Vastus Lateralis EMG Amplitude in the Parallel, Full, and Front Squat Variations in Resistance Trained Females
    28. A comparison of two gluteus maximus EMG maximum voluntary isometric contraction positions
    29. Acute effects of anterior thigh foam rolling on hip angle, knee angle, and rectus femoris length in the modified Thomas test
    30. An examination of the gluteal muscle activity associated with dynamic hip abduction and hip external rotation exercise: a systematic review
    31. Biomechanical implications of skeletal muscle hypertrophy and atrophy: a musculoskeletal model
    32. Greater electromyographic responses do not imply greater motor unit recruitment and ‘hypertrophic potential’ cannot be inferred
    33. A comparison of gluteus maximus, biceps femoris, and vastus lateralis EMG amplitude for the barbell, band, and American hip thrust variations
    34. A comparison of increases in volume load over 8 weeks of low- versus high-load resistance training
    35. Attentional Focus for Maximizing Muscle Development: The Mind-Muscle Connection
    36. Effects of Varied Versus Constant Loading Zones on Muscular Adaptations in Trained Men
    37. A Comparison of Increases in Volume Load Over 8 Weeks of Low-Versus High-Load Resistance Training
    38. Upper body muscle activation during low- versus high-load resistance exercise in the bench press
    39. Effects of a six-week hip thrust versus front squat resistance training program on performance in adolescent males: A randomized-controlled trial
    40. The modified Thomas test is not a valid measure of hip extension unless pelvic tilt is controlled
    41. Strength, body composition, and functional outcomes in the squat versus leg press exercises
    42. Differential Effects of Heavy versus Moderate Loads on Measures of Strength and Hypertrophy in Resistance-Trained Men
    43. Effects-of-a-six-week-hip-thrust-vs.-front-squat-resistance-training-program-on-performance-in-adolescent-males-a-randomized-controlled-trial
    44. Roman Chair Back Extension Is:Is Not a Safe and Effective Exercise?
    45. Biomechanical, anthropometric, and psychological determinants of barbell back squat strength
    46. Differential effects of attentional focus strategies during long-term resistance training
    47. Exercise-Induced Muscle Damage and Hypertrophy: A Closer Look Reveals the Jury is Still Out
    48. Resistance Training Volume Enhances Muscle Hypertrophy but Not Strength in Trained Men
    49. Vertically and horizontally directed muscle power exercises: Relationships with top-level sprint performance
    50. Response to “Statistical Power in a Recent Study by Schoenfeld et al.”
    51. To flex or rest: Does adding no-load isometric actions to the inter-set rest period in resistance training enhance muscular adaptations? A randomized-controlled trial
    52. Do the anatomical and physiological properties of a muscle determine its adaptive response to different loading protocols?
    53. Force-velocity-power profiling of maximal effort sprinting, jumping and hip thrusting: Exploring the importance of force orientation specificity for assessing neuromuscular function