O. Girard

Publications : 10
Aldex : 10
H-index : 1
Citations : 14

Increased footwear comfort is associated with improved running economy – a systematic review and meta analysis

K. Van Alsenoy, D. Santos et 3 al.

Nov 22, 2021 in European Journal of Sport Science

LIBRIS: An orbital imaging lidar for the detection of small to medium-sized debris in low-earth orbit

J.-C. Worms et 4 al.

Jan 1, 1999 in Advances in Space Research
LIBRIS aims at detecting and locating orbital debris in the 0.1 mm – 1 cm size range, retrieving such parameters as distance at the time of detection, trajectory parameters (incidence and velocity) and estimated size. It makes use of backscattered lidar radiation and will provide long-term information to improve cataloging of debris in low-Earth orbit (LEO) and thus refine existing evolutionary d...

biology

Immunisation antitétanique des équidés par le vaccin IPAD T/0,5 ml

J. P. Desormeau-Bedot, O. Girard et 2 al.

Jan 1, 1979 in Bulletin De L Academie Veterinaire De France

De l`immunité potentielle sa persistance

E. Lemétayer, M. Cheyroux et 4 al.

Jan 1, 1951 in Bulletin de l`Académie Vétérinaire de France

Avianisation d’un virus de Carré. Obtention d’un vaccin à l’aide du virus adapté

L. Nicol, P. Reculard et 4 al.

Jan 1, 1957 in Bulletin de l`Académie Vétérinaire de France

medicine

Plantar flexor neuromuscular adjustments following match-play football in hot and cool conditions

O. Girard, S. Racinais et 3 al.

May 6, 2015 in Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports
We assessed neuromuscular fatigue and recovery of the plantar flexors after playing football with or without severe heat stress. Neuromuscular characteristics of the plantar flexors were assessed in 17 male players at baseline and ∼30 min, 24, and 48 h after two 90‐min football matches in temperate (∼20 °C and 55% rH) and hot (∼43 °C and 20% rH) environments. Measurements included maximal voluntar...



medicine

Changes in Running Mechanics and Spring-Mass Behaviour during a 5-km Time Trial

O. Girard, J. Micallef et 4 al.

Apr 2, 2013 in International Journal of Sports Medicine
Research into the biomechanical manifestation of fatigue during exhaustive runs is increasingly popular but additional understanding of the adaptation of the spring-mass behaviour during the course of strenuous, self-paced exercises continues to be a challenge in order to develop optimized training and injury prevention programs. This study investigated continuous changes in running mechanics and ...


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