Markus Gruber
Markus Gruber
Professor of Sport Science, Head Human Performance Research Centre, University Konstanz
Verified email at uni-konstanz.de
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Impact of sensorimotor training on the rate of force development and neural activation
M Gruber, A Gollhofer
European journal of applied physiology 92 (1-2), 98-105, 2004
3122004
Spinal and supraspinal adaptations associated with balance training and their functional relevance
W Taube, M Gruber, A Gollhofer
Acta Physiologica 193 (2), 101-116, 2008
2832008
Cortical and spinal adaptations induced by balance training: correlation between stance stability and corticospinal activation
W Taube, M Gruber, S Beck, M Faist, A Gollhofer, M Schubert
Acta Physiologica 189 (4), 347-358, 2007
2132007
Direct corticospinal pathways contribute to neuromuscular control of perturbed stance
W Taube, M Schubert, M Gruber, S Beck, M Faist, A Gollhofer
Journal of applied physiology 101 (2), 420-429, 2006
1902006
EMG activity during whole body vibration: motion artifacts or stretch reflexes?
R Ritzmann, A Kramer, M Gruber, A Gollhofer, W Taube
European journal of applied physiology 110 (1), 143-151, 2010
1842010
Task-specific changes in motor evoked potentials of lower limb muscles after different training interventions
S Beck, W Taube, M Gruber, F Amtage, A Gollhofer, M Schubert
Brain research 1179, 51-60, 2007
1732007
Differential effects of ballistic versus sensorimotor training on rate of force development and neural activation in humans
M Gruber, SBH Gruber, W Taube, M Schubert, SC Beck, A Gollhofer
Journal of strength and conditioning research 21 (1), 274-282, 2007
1662007
A qualitative review of balance and strength performance in healthy older adults: impact for testing and training
U Granacher, T Muehlbauer, M Gruber
Journal of aging research 2012, 2012
1642012
Balance training and ballistic strength training are associated with task‐specific corticospinal adaptations
M Schubert, S Beck, W Taube, F Amtage, M Faist, M Gruber
European Journal of Neuroscience 27 (8), 2007-2018, 2008
1272008
Training-specific adaptations of H-and stretch reflexes in human soleus muscle
M Gruber, W Taube, A Gollhofer, S Beck, F Amtage, M Schubert
Journal of motor behavior 39 (1), 68-78, 2007
1132007
Specificity of balance training in healthy individuals: a systematic review and meta-analysis
J Kümmel, A Kramer, LS Giboin, M Gruber
Sports Medicine 46 (9), 1261-1271, 2016
932016
Enhanced neural drive after maximal strength training in multiple sclerosis patients
MS Fimland, J Helgerud, M Gruber, G Leivseth, J Hoff
European journal of applied physiology 110 (2), 435-443, 2010
912010
Excitability at the motoneuron pool and motor cortex is specifically modulated in lengthening compared to isometric contractions
M Gruber, V Linnamo, V Strojnik, T Rantalainen, J Avela
Journal of neurophysiology 101 (4), 2030-2040, 2009
902009
Task-specificity of balance training
LS Giboin, M Gruber, A Kramer
Human movement science 44, 22-31, 2015
832015
Exergaming with additional postural demands improves balance and gait in patients with multiple sclerosis as much as conventional balance training and leads to high adherence …
A Kramer, C Dettmers, M Gruber
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 95 (10), 1803-1809, 2014
792014
Resistance training and neuromuscular performance in seniors
U Granacher, M Gruber, A Gollhofer
International journal of sports medicine 30 (09), 652-657, 2009
782009
Contribution of afferent feedback and descending drive to human hopping
AT Zuur, J Lundbye‐Jensen, C Leukel, W Taube, MJ Grey, A Gollhofer, ...
The Journal of physiology 588 (5), 799-807, 2010
732010
Differential modulation of spinal and corticospinal excitability during drop jumps
W Taube, C Leukel, M Schubert, M Gruber, T Rantalainen, A Gollhofer
Journal of neurophysiology 99 (3), 1243-1252, 2008
692008
Specific adaptations of neuromuscular control and knee joint stiffness following sensorimotor training
M Gruber, S Bruhn, A Gollhofer
International journal of sports medicine 27 (08), 636-641, 2006
602006
Functional maximal strength training induces neural transfer to single-joint tasks
MS Fimland, J Helgerud, M Gruber, G Leivseth, J Hoff
European journal of applied physiology 107 (1), 21-29, 2009
542009
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