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Gideon B. Ariel, Ph.D. - Publications related to exercise equipment

  1. Computer application biomechanical analysis of human performance in sport and industry. Canadian Congress of Sport and Physical Activity, Abstracts, October: 1973.
  2. Computerized biomechanical analysis of the knee joint during deep knee bend with heavy load. Fourth International Seminar on Biomechanics Volume IV. 1973.
  3. Biomechanical consideration in the design and construction of resistance exercise equipment. Proceedings of the 1st Annual Meeting, the Canadian Society for Biomechanics University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, 25-34, 1974.
  4. Shear and compression forces in the knee joint during deep knee bend. XXth World Congress in Sports Medicine Handbook, Melbourne, Australia, 1974.
  5. Understanding the scientific basis behind our Universal Centurion. 1974.
  6. Computerized biomechanical analysis of human performance: an application for exercise equipment design and athletic performance. Universal Fitness Research Department, Technical Report Uni-1, 1974.
  7. Computerized biomechanical analysis of the bench press and the leg press exercises. Universal Fitness Research Department, Technical Report Uni-2, 1974.
  8. Variable resistance exercise: a biomechanical approach to muscular training. Universal Fitness Research Department, Technical Report Uni-3, 1974.
  9. Intra-articular shearing factor during resistance exercises. Universal Fitness Research Department, Technical Report Uni-4, 1974.
  10. Principles of ballistic motion in resistance exercise training. Universal Fitness Research Department, Technical Report Uni-5, 1974.
  11. Resistance exercise and muscle fiber typing. Universal Fitness Research Department, Technical Report Uni-3, 1974.
  12. Physical education: 2001?. Quest, XX!: 1974.
  13. Computerized biomechanical analysis of the variable resistance exercise machine. Universal Fitness Research Department, Technical Report Uni-7, 1974.
  14. Assessment of muscular performance. Universal Fitness Research Department, Technical Report Uni-8, 1974.
  15. Computerized biomechanical analysis of human performance. Athletic Journal, 54: 54-84, 1974.
  16. Method for biomechanical analysis of human performance. Research Quarterly, 45: 72-79, 1974.
  17. Principles of ballistic motion in resistive exercise training. Scholastic Coach, 43: 80-108, 1974.
  18. Understanding the scientific bases behind variable resistance exercises. Fresno: Universal Athletic Sales, 1974.
  19. Intra-articular forces and stresses in the knee joint during the deep-knee bend. Medicine and Science in Sports. 6: 73 1974.
  20. Comparative conditioning analysis. Fresno: Universal Athletic Corp, 1974.
  21. Biomechanical analysis of the knee joint during deep knee bend with heavy load. XXth World Congress in Sports Medicine, Congress Proceedings, 53-60, 1975.
  22. Principles of ballistic motion in resistance exercise training. Track and Field Quarterly Review, 75: 58-61, 1975.
  23. Neural control of locomotion - a kinetic analysis of the trot in cats. Neural Control of Locomotion. pp.759-762. Plenum Publishing Corp.. 1976. <
  24. Computerized dynamic resistive exercise. Abstracts of The International Congress of Physical Activity Sciences, Quebec City, Canada, 1976.
  25. Computerized dynamic resistive exercise. Biomechanics of Sports and Kinanthropometry. The International Congress of Physical Activity Sciences, 1977.
  26. Equipment Safety and Effectiveness. Therapeutics Through Exercise. pp.197-201. Grune & Stratton,Inc.. 1979.
  27. Biomechanical analysis of ballistic vs. tracking movements in tennis skills. Proceedings of a National Symposium on The Racquet Sports, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 105-123, 1979.
  28. Computer use for biomechanical analysis, data acquisition, and human-machine interface. Proceedings of the Thirteenth Hawaii International Conference on System Science, Volume III: 470-475, 1980.
  29. Human movement analysis. Applied Ergonomics, 11: 61-62, 1980.
  30. Resistive Training. Clinics in Sports Med, 2: 55-69, 1983.
  31. Biomechanical aspects of Olympic sports medicine. Clinics in Sports Medicine. pp.31-36. W.B. Sauders Company. 1983.
  32. Resistive training. Clinics in Sports Medicine. pp.55-70. W.B. Saunders Company. 1983.
  33. Biofeedback and biomechanics in athletic training. Biofeedback and Sports Science. pp.107-145. Plenum Publishing Corp.. 1985.
  34. Body mechanics. In: Injuries to the Throwing Arm from the Proceedings of the National Conference Sponsored by the U S O C Sports Medicine Council, Philadelphia, 3-21, 1985.
  35. Mechanics of Exercise Fitness. Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and Instrumentation. pp.387-392. John Wiley & Sons. 1988.
  36. Biomechanics. Scientific Foundations of Sports Medicine. pp.271-297. B.C. Decker, Inc.. 1989.
  37. The Ariel Performance Analysis System. SPIE, 1356: 76-78, 1990.
  38. A study to determine the aerobic adaptation to work and fatigue training modes on the Ariel CES Multifunction Station. 1991.
 

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