Raul Landeo


NameRaul Landeo
Job titleLecturer (School of Exercise Science)
Research instituteSchool of Behavioural and Health Sciences
Faculty of Health Sciences

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A surrogate technique for investigating deterministic dynamics in discrete human movement
Taylor, Paul G., Small, Michael, Lee, Kwee-Yum, Landeo, Raul, O'Meara, Damien M. and Millett, Emma L.. (2016) A surrogate technique for investigating deterministic dynamics in discrete human movement. Motor Control. 20(4), pp. 459 - 470. https://doi.org/10.1123/mc.2015-0043

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Changes in movement regularity during learning of a novel discrete task
Taylor, Paul, Lee, Kwee-Yum, Landeo, Raul, Small, Michael, O'Meara, Damien and Millett, Emma. (2015) Changes in movement regularity during learning of a novel discrete task. 33rd International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports. Germany: International Society of Biomechanics in Sports. pp. 1248 - 1251

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Intraindividual movement variability within the 5 m water polo shot
Taylor, Paul G., Landeo, Raul and Coogan, Jennifer. (2014) Intraindividual movement variability within the 5 m water polo shot. Journal of Applied Biomechanics. 30(3), pp. 477-482. https://doi.org/10.1123/jab.2013-0133

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Determining optimal trial size using sequential analysis
Taylor, Paul G., Lee, Kwee-Yum, Landeo, Raul, O'Meara, Damien and Millett, Emma. (2013) Determining optimal trial size using sequential analysis. In T Y Shiang, W H Ho and P C Huang & C L Tsai (Ed.). 31 International Conference on Biomechanics in Sports 2013. Taiwan: International Society of Biomechanics in Sports. pp. 1 - 5

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Kinematic and Coordination Variability of the Throwing Arm During the Water Polo Shot
Taylor, Paul, Landeo, Raul and Coogan, Jennifer. (2011) Kinematic and Coordination Variability of the Throwing Arm During the Water Polo Shot. In J P Vilas-Boas, L Machado and W Kim et al (Ed.). ISBS - Conference Proceedings Archive. Germany: International Society of Biomechanics in Sports. pp. 121 - 124

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Influence of athletic training on vertical stiffness
Millett, Emma and Landeo, Raul. (2011) Influence of athletic training on vertical stiffness. In J P Vilas-Boas, L Machado and W Kim & AP Veloso (Ed.). Biomechanics in Sport 29. Portugal: Intellect Ltd. pp. 705 - 708

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Training load in pre-pubertal female artistic gymnastics
Burt, Lauren, Naughton, Geraldine, Higham, Dean and Landeo, Raul. (2010) Training load in pre-pubertal female artistic gymnastics. Science of Gymnastics Journal. 2(3), pp. 5 - 14.

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Effects of participation level, apparatus and training phase on training load of young female gymnasts
Burt, Lauren, Landeo, Raul and Naughton, Geraldine Ann. (2008) Effects of participation level, apparatus and training phase on training load of young female gymnasts. In Toivo Jurimae, Neil Armstrong and Jaak Jurimae (Ed.). 24th Pediatric Work Physiology Meeting. New York, USA: Routledge. pp. 219 - 222

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Fast front kick: Gaining insights beyond the data
Landeo, Raul. (2007) Fast front kick: Gaining insights beyond the data. XXV International Symposium on Biomechanics; in Sports. Konstanz,Germany: Department of Sports, Federal University of Minas Gerais. pp. 1 - 4

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Quantifying impacts during beam and floor training in pre-adolescent girls from two different streams of artistic gymnastics
Burt, Lauren, Naughton, Geraldine Ann and Landeo, Raul. (2007) Quantifying impacts during beam and floor training in pre-adolescent girls from two different streams of artistic gymnastics. In Hans-Joachim Menzel and Mauro Heleno Chagas (Ed.). XXV International Symposium on Biomechanics; in Sports. Segrac,Brazil: Department of Sports, Federal University of Minas Gerais. pp. 354 - 357

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