Rafael Bahamonde

 

Recent Submissions

  • Evans, Eric; Streepey, Jake; Bahamonde, Rafael (Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, 2015-04-17)
    Range of motion (ROM) of joints is a measure of musculoskeletal function in clinical and athletics settings. ROM in uniaxial joints is measured using a two-arm goniometer (GON). Although GON are inexpensive and can be used ...
  • Deer, Samantha; Riley, Jared; Streepey, Jake; Bahamonde, Rafael (Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, 2015-04-17)
    Soccer have gained tremendous success in the US with more than 3 million registered youth playing this year. With the concurrent increase of concussion awareness, manufactures of soccer apparel have introduced headgear to ...
  • Bahamonde, Rafael E.; Streepey, Jefferson; Goyke, Lance; Myers, Adrian; Mikesky, Alan E. (Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, 2014-04-11)
    INTRODUCTION: Advances in technology and design have generated changes to the traditional track spike. Today, there are a number of different spike shapes, the four most common being needle, pyramid, post, and Christmas ...
  • Riskowski, JL; Mikesky, Alan; Bahamonde, Rafael E.; Alvey III, TV; Burr, David B. (2005)
    The cyclic nature of walking can lead to repetitive stress and associated complications due to the rate of loading (ROL) experienced by the body at the initial contact of the foot with the ground. An individual’s gait ...
  • Thompson, KR; Mikesky, Alan; Bahamonde, Rafael E.; Burr, David B. (2003)
    Older adulthood is accompanied by declines in muscular strength, coordination, function, and increased risk of falling. Resistance training increases muscular strength in this population but its effect on proprioception ...