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Published research 1080 Sprint:

Research Poster Presentation: Skating velocity in-game and during all-out, on-ice sprints in varsity-level female ice hockey athletes. Kyle MA Thompson, Christopher Pignanelli, Alexander SD Gamble, Jessica L Bigg, Lawrence L Spriet, Jamie F Burr. Human Performance and Health Research Laboratory & Human Health and Nutritional Sciences, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada, N1G 2W1
(2020)
Validity and reliability of a robotic sprint resistance device
Elvir Rakovic, Gøran Paulsen, Christian Helland, Thomas Haugen, Ola Eriksrud
(2020)
Reliability of load-velocity profiling in front crawl swimming
Bjørn Harald Olstad, Tomohiro Gonjo, Nikolai Njøs, Kathrin Abächerli, Ola Eriksrud, published in Frontiers in Physiology, section Exercise Physiology.
(2020)
Individual Sprint Force-Velocity Profile Adaptations to In-Season Assisted and Resisted Velocity-Based Training in Professional Rugby
(2020)
Increased Resisted Sprinting Load Decreases Bilateral Asymmetry in Sprinting Kinetics Among Rugby Players
(2020)
The addition of β-Hydroxy β-Methylbutyrate (HMB) to creatine monohydrate supplementation does not improve anthropometric and performance maintenance across a collegiate rugby season
(2020)
Relationships between a Load-velocity Profile and Sprint Performance in Butterfly Swimming
(2020)
Force–velocity profiling of sprinting athletes: single-run vs. multiple-run methods. European Journal of Applied Physiology
(2019)
Training at maximal power in resisted sprinting: Optimal load determination methodology and pilot results in team sport athletes. PLOS ONE
(2018)
Validation of force-, velocity-, and acceleration-time curves and temporal characteristics as output data from the 1080 Sprint. Masters’ thesis, Norwegian School of Sport Sciences
(2018)
A Resisted Sprint Improves Rate Of Force Development During A 20-Meter Sprint In Athletes. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research
(2018)
The effect of individualized sprint training in elite female team sport athletes. Journal of Sports Sciences
(2018)
Effects of a 4 Week Very Heavy Resisted Sprinting Intervention on Acceleration Sprint and Jump Performance in Youth Soccer Players. Masters’ thesis, The Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences
(2018)
A training intervention on acceleration sprint and jump performance in late pubertal adolescent athletes. Masters’ thesis, The Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences
(2018)

Published research 1080 Quantum:

The Effect of a Stretch-Shortening Cycle on Muscle Activation and Muscle Oxygen Consumption. A Study of History-Dependence.
Caron, Kevin E.; Burr, Jamie F.; Power, Geoffrey A.
(2020)
Specific Eccentric–Isokinetic Cluster Training Improves Static Strength Elements on Rings for Elite Gymnasts
(2019)
Isokinetic strength training of kinetic chain exercises of a professional tennis player with a minor partial internal abdominal oblique muscle tear – a case report
(2019)
Isokinetic resistance training combined with eccentric overload improves athletic performance and induces muscle hypertrophy in young ice hockey players. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport
(2019)
Upper and lower body power tests predict serve performance in national and international level male tennis players. Sport Performance & Science Reports
(2019)
Testing a novel isokinetic dynamometer constructed using a 1080 Quantum. PLOS ONE
(2018)
Effects of nine weeks isokinetic training on power, golf kinematics, and driver performance in pre-elite golfers. BMC Sports Science, Medicine and Rehabilitation
(2017)
Construct validity and test-retest reliability of the force-velocity profile in a golf specific rotation movement. Conference paper, 22nd Annual Congress of the European College of Sports Science
(2017)
Training Strategies to Improve Muscle Power: Is Olympic-style Weightlifting Relevant? Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise
(2016)

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Ato Boldon

“As a young coach, I am always looking for every edge, and when I did my research on this product and got feedback from some of the coaches I respect in this business, I had to have it. My sprinters are addicted to the way it feels to achieve the speeds the 1080 Sprint allows them to. My athletes continue to love this machine, and two of them just made the Rio Olympic team.”

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The 1080 Sprint is letting us push our bodies beyond what we would normally be able to do. We have women running over 11 meters per second and men running beyond world record phase. It’s doing things that we need to do to get their bodies used to running at the phase of world finalists and medalists.

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