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Matt McCourt 2017

 

Thesis:

 

 

How the Golfer Delivers Energy to the Driver

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Honours Student StFX

 

 

Luc Champoux 2017

 

Thesis:

 

 

Influence of Grip Mass on Clubhead Kinematics and Ball Flight

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‎Honours Student StFX

 

 

Troy Hillier 2016

 

Thesis:

 

 

The Role of Center of Mass Excursion on Driving Performance

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‎MSc Epidemiology, Queens

 

 

Heidi MacDonald 2016

 

Thesis:

 

 

Influence of Golf Shaft Torque on Grip and Clubhead Kinematics

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‎New England College of Optometry

 

 

Neil MacInnis 2015

 

Thesis:

 

 

Evaluation of near versus far target gaze fixation during putting on a sloped surface

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‎MSc Biomechanics, McGill University

 

 

Andrew McNeil 2015

 

Thesis:

 

 

A 3D kinetic analysis of the forces and torques applied to the club by the golfer

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‎Honours Student StFX

 

 

Keirsten Wilson 2014

 

Thesis:

 

 

A performance comparison of swing weight matched and moment of intertia matched golf irons

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‎Medical School, University of Calgary

 

 

Dan Boucher 2014

 

Thesis:

 

 

A comparison of swing weight matched and moment of inertia matched irons using computer simulation

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‎MSc Biomechanics, McGill University

 

 

Dan Muise 2014

 

Thesis:

 

 

A comparison of head impact exposure during training camp, in-season practice, and in-season games for Canadian Interuniversity Sport football players

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‎MSc Physiotherapy, Dalhousie

 

 

Alex Vanderlinden 2013

 

Thesis:

 

 

Optimal coordination pattern for performing the snatch: a computer simulation approach

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‎New York Chiropractic College

 

 

Michael Bawol 2012

 

MSc Thesis:

 

 

Optimized anthropometric modelling of the front squat

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‎Sports Biomechanist Canadian Sport Center Atlantic

 

 

Maria Dunphy 2012

 

Thesis:

 

 

Optimal kinetic sequence during the downswing in golf

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Doctor of Dental Surgery, Dalhousie

 

 

Ryan Normore 2012

 

Thesis:

 

 

A 3D forward dynamics simulation of the trail arm motion in a golf swing

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Medical School, Dalhousie University

 

 

Devin Ferguson 2011

 

Thesis:

 

 

The influence of force-velocity properties on predicting the optimal squat depth for maximal height jumping

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Medical School, Dalhousie University

 

 

Kaleena Johnston 2011

 

Thesis:

 

 

Optimal coordination pattern for permforming the power clean: a computer simulation approach

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Medical School , University of Calgary

 

 

Robert Lavers 2010

 

Thesis:

 

 

A biomechanical comparison of the power clean and countermovement jump in highly trained athletes

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Medical School, Dalhousie University

 

 

Brendan Wallace 2010

 

Thesis:

 

 

Anthropometric imposed constraints on performing the front squat

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Medical School, Memorial University

 

 

Brett Barro 2009

 

Thesis:

 

 

Optimizing the jump float serve in volleyball: a forward dynamics approach

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Medical School, Dalhousie University

 

 

Kyle Kortegaard 2009

 

Thesis:

 

 

Biomechanical evaluation of two methods of the jump float serve

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MSc Physiotherapy, U of A

 

 

Marc LeVangie 2009

 

Thesis:

 

 

Three dimensional analysis of the erratic movement of a float serve in volleyball

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MSc Biomechanics, McGill University

 

 

Daniel Evans 2008

 

Thesis:

 

 

Validity and reliability of the TOMI system for measuring putting stroke kinematics

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MSc Physiotherapy, Dalhousie

 

 

Andrew Adamczyk 2008

 

Thesis:

 

 

The effect of gaze location on projecting the ball with the optimal speed during putting

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Medical School, University of Ottawa

 

 

Scott Foley 2008

 

Thesis:

 

 

Evaluation of near versus far target gaze fixation during putting

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Medical School, Dalhousie University

 

 

Stephanie Mills 2007

 

Thesis:

 

 

The effect of low squat depth coordination training on vertical jump performance

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Master of Physical Therapy, UWO

 

 

Mike McDonald 2007

 

Thesis:

 

 

The influence of relative leg strength on squat jump performance

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M.Sc. Rehabilitation Sciences, UWO

 

 

Luke Rannelli 2006

 

Thesis:

 

 

Strength training using antagonistic contractions as the source of resistance

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Medical School, University of Calgary

 

 

Jordan Yurchevich 2006

 

Thesis:

 

 

Does antagonist resisted training improve the ability to co-contract?

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Doctor of Optometry, Waterloo

 

 

Megan MacGillivray 2006

 

Thesis:

 

 

An EMG analsysis of maximal voluntary isometric contraction using co-contraction

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Ph.D. Rehabilitation Sciences, UBC