Lisa Claußen

Lisa Claußen
Universität Kassel · Institute of Sport and Sports Sciences

Master of Arts

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Introduction
Additional affiliations
October 2018 - present
Universität Kassel
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Motion Analysis
April 2018 - September 2021
University of Salzburg
Position
  • Intern
Description
  • Gait analysis and EMG
Education
October 2015 - January 2018
Universität Paderborn
Field of study
  • Exercise & Health
October 2012 - September 2015
Universität Paderborn
Field of study
  • Applied Exercise Science

Publications

Publications (8)
Poster
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Das Sturzrisiko im Alter ist mit Nachlassenden Fähigkeiten in Kraft-, Gleichgewicht und Koordination assoziiert. In Kombination mit reduzierten kognitiven Ressourcen kann die Fähigkeit, flexibel und robust auf interne und externe Störungen zu reagieren, negativ beeinflusst sein [3]. Einbußen in motorischen und kognitiven Funktionen können zudem daz...
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Background Inclined treadmills or static ramp constructions can be used to investigate downhill gait in a standardised laboratory condition. There is a lack of information how the gait patterns are affected when walking on a ramp or an inclined treadmill during uphill and downhill walking. Research question Is there a difference in temporo-spatial...
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›Using resistance training on unstable supports or with instability devices athletes aim to prepare their neuromuscular system for sudden and unforeseen impairments in equilibrium impeded by the environment or through sports partners. In contrast to athletes, older adults aim to avoid such situations impeded by instability to reduce a possible risk...
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Background Gait initiation in level walking is suggested to take three steps before reaching steady-state walking speed. In sloped gait, it is not clear if the general recommendation of level gait can be used. Research question The aim of this study was to investigate (1) if steady-state walking speed is reached within four steps in sloped gait, a...
Conference Paper
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Inclined treadmills or static ramp constructions can be used to investigate downhill gait in a standardised laboratory condition. However, it is not clear how the different systems affect the gait pattern during downhill walking. Therefore temporo-spatial (Qualisys) and kinetic data (loadsol®) of 13 healthy participants walking with a given speed (...
Conference Paper
The performance of the take-off in ski jumping creates high demands on the athlete’s neuromuscular system and is associated with the length of the jump. However, investigations of muscle activity during take-off are limited to a few qualitative analyses as summarized by Schwameder (2008). A principal component analysis (PCA) can quantify relevant a...

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This project investigates the benefits of resistance training on unstable platforms to prevent elderly individuals from falling. In a recent study (Daun & Kibele, 2019), we identified a more pronounced strength decline in the hip stabilizer muscles across age as compared to a leg primary mover. Given that hip stabilizer muscles are considered to be particularly important to maintain mediolateral gait stability and, thus, may be crucial to prevent for falls (Morcelli et al. (2014) strengthening exercises for these muscles should be part of any strength training programme at old age. Another study from our work group (Eckardt & Rosenblatt, 2019) showed that load training on unstable platforms under metastable equilibrium conditions effectively improved gait stability and, thus, reduced the risk to fall.