Welcome to Biomechanics in Sports

Fundamental principles of human movement and applied biomechanical research in the fields of (competitive) sports, rehabilitation, prevention and heath.

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Latest News

Die Professur für Biomechanik im Sport sucht zum 01.11.2020 studentische Hilfskräfte (m/w/d) zur Unterstützung der biomechanischen Leistungsdiagnostik am Olympiastützpunkt München. [more]

Negotiating stairs with an inconsistent riser: Implications for stepping safety [more]

Automated driving: A biomechanical approach for sleeping positions [more]

New publication on behalf of the project Skopting [more]

Association of thigh and paraspinal muscle composition in young adults using chemical shift encoding-based water–fat MRI [more]

Associations of thigh muscle fat infiltration with isometric strength measurements based on chemical shift encoding-based water-fat magnetic [more]

The Relationship between General Upper-Body Strength and Pole Force Measurements, and Their Predictive Power Regarding Double Poling Sprint Performance [more]

High-density electromyographic assessment of stretch reflex activity during drop jumps from varying drop heights [more]