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Dr Peter Maulder
Academic Staff Member
School of Sport and Exercise Science
Waikato Institute of Technology

Expertise:
Sports Biomechanics, Injury Biomechanics, Research Methods, Physical Conditioning

Qualifications:
2011 AUT University - Doctor of Philosophy 2010 Waikato Institute of Technology - Certificate in Adult and Tertiary Education 2005 AUT University - Master of Health Science Honours (Second Class, First Division) 2003 AUT University - Bachelor of Sport and Recreation

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  1. Chair of the scientific programme committee for the 27th International Symposium for Physical Activity and Fitness Research (ICPAFR)
  2. The effects of plyometric training on sprint performance: A review of the literature
  3. A biomechanical comparison of the foot strike between running in Vibram Fivefingers® shoes and barefoot
  4. The locomotive requirements during Rugby Union competition: A review of the literature
  5. The acute effects of post activation potentiation on sprint performance: A review of the literature
  6. The effects of start position on sprint performance: A review of the literature
  7. The validity and reliability of a sport specific Yo-Yo intermittent endurance test to predict the maximal oxygen consumption of national representative level Rugby League players
  8. Do acute assisted sprinting interventions have a beneficial impact on acute sprint performance? A review of the literature.
  9. Effects of caffeine and carbohydrate mouth rinses on repeated sprint performance
  10. Dominant limb asymmetry associated with prospective injury occurrence

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1Joint coupling variability can likely indicate lower extremity injury occurrence273
2Are anthropometric, flexibility, muscular strength, and endurance variables related to clubhead velocity in low and high handicap golfers?259
3Effect of biological movement variability on the performance of the golf swing in high and low handicapped players243
4Ground reaction forces and loading rates associated with Parkour and traditional drop landing techniques232
5Does successful unanticipated turning ability lead to successful unanticipated straight sprint ability in netballers?206
6Effectiveness of foot orthoses for treatment and prevention of lower limb injuries204
7Dominant limb asymmetry greater than 10% during unanticipated agility performance is associated with prospective injury occurrence201
8Kinematic alterations due to different loading schemes in early acceleration sprint performance from starting blocks200
9Core-training using the Bodywall™ training system versus a conventional gym-based approach: Effects on core endurance188
10Effects of caffeine and carbohydrate mouth rinses on repeated sprint performance179