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Ine Van Caekenberghe
Ine Van Caekenberghe
Postdoctoral collaborator, Department of Movement and Sports Sciences, Ghent University, Belgium
Verified email at ugent.be
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Initial foot contact and related kinematics affect impact loading rate in running
B Breine, P Malcolm, I Van Caekenberghe, P Fiers, EC Frederick, ...
Journal of sports sciences 35 (15), 1556-1564, 2017
642017
Mechanics of overground accelerated running vs. running on an accelerated treadmill
I Van Caekenberghe, V Segers, P Willems, T Gosseye, P Aerts, ...
Gait & posture 38 (1), 125-131, 2013
602013
Joint kinematics and kinetics of overground accelerated
I Van Caekenberghe, V Segers, P Aerts, P Willems, D De Clercq
56*2013
Experimental study of the influence of the m. tibialis anterior on the walk-to-run transition by means of a powered ankle-foot exoskeleton
P Malcolm, V Segers, I Van Caekenberghe, D De Clercq
Gait & posture 29 (1), 6-10, 2009
502009
Experimental study on the role of the ankle push off in the walk-to-run transition by means of a powered ankle-foot-exoskeleton
P Malcolm, P Fiers, V Segers, I Van Caekenberghe, M Lenoir, ...
Gait & posture 30 (3), 322-327, 2009
472009
Biomechanics of spontaneous overground walk-to-run transition
V Segers, K De Smet, I Van Caekenberghe, P Aerts, D De Clercq
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (16), 3047-3054, 2013
352013
Overground vs. treadmill walk-to-run transition
I Van Caekenberghe, K De Smet, V Segers, D De Clercq
Gait & posture 31 (4), 420-428, 2010
332010
Is Achilles tendon blood flow related to foot pronation?
E Wezenbeek, TM Willems, N Mahieu, I Van Caekenberghe, E Witvrouw, ...
Scandinavian journal of medicine & science in sports 27 (12), 1970-1977, 2017
292017
Cutting performance wearing different studded soccer shoes on dry and wet artificial turf
D De Clercq, G Debuyck, J Gerlo, S Rambour, V Segers, ...
Footwear science 6 (2), 81-87, 2014
282014
Influence of treadmill acceleration on actual walk-to-run transition
I Van Caekenberghe, V Segers, K De Smet, P Aerts, D De Clercq
Gait & posture 31 (1), 52-56, 2010
232010
Biomechanical adaptations following a music‐based biofeedback gait retraining program to reduce peak tibial accelerations
R Derie, P Van den Berghe, J Gerlo, S Bonnaerens, IV Caekenberghe, ...
Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 2022
152022
Peak muscle and joint contact forces of running with increased duty factors
S Bonnaerens, S Van Rossom, P Fiers, I Van Caekenberghe, R Derie, ...
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 2022
7*2022
Do Performers’ Experience and Sex Affect Their Performance?
E Jacobs, N Roussel, I Van Caekenberghe, E Cassiers, L Van den Dries, ...
Motor control 21 (2), 227-245, 2017
32017
Traditional high jump Gusimbuka Urukiramende: Could early 20th century African athletes beat Olympic champions?
DDC Ine Van Caekenberghe, Wim Derave, Matthieu Lenoir, Veerle Segers, Peter ...
Journal of Sports Sciences, 2021
22021
Kinematics and dynamics of burst transitions
V Segers, I Van Caekenberghe, D De Clercq, P Aerts
Journal of motor behavior 46 (4), 267-276, 2014
22014
Boot-turf interaction during a 180° cutting movement on artificial turf when wet and dry
D De Clercq, G Debuyck, A Sheets-Singer, J Gerlo, S Rambour, V Segers, ...
Football Biomechanics, 141-152, 2018
12018
Striking the ground with a neutral ankle angle results in higher impacts in distance running
D De Clercq, B Breine, P Malcolm, I Van Caekenberghe, P Fiers, ...
Footwear Science 9, S31-S32, 2017
12017
KINETICS AND KINEMATICS OF THE BLOCK PHASE OF ELITE PARA SWIMMING STARTS
I Van Caekenberghe, C Payton
ISBS Proceedings Archive 35 (1), 275, 2017
12017
Kinematic differences between (a) typical initial rearfoot and midfoot contact patterns
B Breine, P Malcolm, I Van Caekenberghe, P Fiers, D DeClercq
Footwear Science 7 (sup1), S102-S103, 2015
12015
Ageing effects on functional phases of the foot unroll during walking
V Segers, IV Caekenberghe, SD Mits, DD Clercq
Footwear Science 5 (sup1), S111-S113, 2013
12013
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