JIM MARTIN, PhD portrait
  • Associate Professor, Nutrition & Integrative Physiology
  • Associate Professor, Nutrition & Integrative Physiology

Research Statement

My research focus has been understanding basic aspects of neuromuscular function during dynamic contractions. I have used a cycling model and thus my work has application in basic science and in cycling exercise in a broad range of settings. I have recently branched out into treatment and prevention of diabetes. In a recently study we found that six workouts with single leg cycling dramatically increased proteins associated with glucose uptake, insulin sensitivity, and respiratory capacity. The next step is to determine if similar gains can be realized in a diabetic population and if those gains will reduce complications of diabetes. Finally, I am interested in facilitating low intensity exercise in work place and classroom settings and developed prototypes of an ActiveDesk with integrated workstation and exercise bike.

Research Keywords

  • Neuromuscular function
  • Obesity
  • Human Performance
  • Diabetes
  • Biomechanics

Presentations

  • Modeling Sprint Finishes of Endurance Cycling Competitions. Opening Keynote for German Society of Sport Science Workshop: Modelling in Endurance Sports. Konstanze Germany, September 2016. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 09/2016.
  • My Passion, My Career, Making Positive Change. Presented to team building workshop at graduate student retreat for the Dept of Computer Science at Konstanz University, September 2016. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 09/2016.
  • Grainger, K., T. Korff, L.M. Romer, and J.C. Martin, Neuromuscular Control of Freely Chosen Cadence during Submaximal Cycling. Presented at the XXV Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics. Glasgow, Scotland, July 2015. Presentation, Presented, 07/2015.
  • Willis, S.M., E.G. Rimer, J.C. Martin College Tennis Players Demonstrate Asymmetry During Single-Leg & Double-Leg Countermovement Jump. Presented at the 61st annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, San Diego, CA 2015. Poster, Presented, 05/2015.
  • Elmer, S.J., J. McDaniel, J.C. Martin. Biomechanics of Single- and Double-Leg Cycling. Presented at the 61st annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, San Diego, CA 2015. Poster, Presented, 05/2015.
  • Leong, C.H., S.J. Elmer, J.C. Martin Noncircular Chainrings Do Not Improve Maximum Cycling Power and Joint-Specific Power during Maximal Cycling. Presented at the 61st annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, San Diego, CA 2015. Poster, Presented, 05/2015.
  • Hart, C.R., K.W. Wehmanen, G.Layec, M.J. Rossman, J.D. Trinity, S.Y. Park, T.E. Graham, J.C. Martin, and R.S. Richardson Mitochondrial function and insulin sensitivity following 6 weeks of single-leg cycling in metabolic syndrome patients. Presented at the 61st annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, San Diego, CA 2015. Poster, Presented, 05/2015.
  • Marshall, C.S., S.. Elmer, & J.C. Martin Evaluating Differences in Locomotor Muscle Function During Submaximal and Maximal Cycling Using Joint Work Loops. Presented at the 61st annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, San Diego, CA 2015. Poster, Presented, 05/2015.
  • Weitzel1, B.A., D.S. Nelson, S.J. Elmer, J.C. Martin A Counterweight Improves Efficiency for an Amputee Cyclist. Presented at the 61st annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, San Diego, CA 2015 . Poster, Presented, 05/2015.
  • Nelson, D.S., J. Link, J.C. Martin A Technique for Assessing the Global Fatigue State During Maximal Cylcing. Presented at the 61st annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, San Diego, CA 2015. Poster, Presented, 05/2015.
  • Rimer, E.G., L.R. Peterson, A.R. Coggan, J.C. Martin The Effect of Dietary Nitrate Supplementation on Maximal Cycling Power. Presented at the 61st annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, San Diego, CA 2015. Poster, Presented, 05/2015.
  • (2014) University of Utah Bennion Center. My Passion, My Career, Making Positive Change. Invited presentation Jan 2014. Presentation, Presented, 01/2014.
  • (2013)Specialized Bicycle Components University Fitters Conference. Myth and Science in Cycle. Key Note Speaker. Morgan Hill California, Nov 2013. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 11/2013.
  • (2004) Martin JC, CJ Davidson, J McDaniel, and BM Wagner. Duty Cycle Alters Maximal Cycling Power. Presented at the 51st annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Indianapolis IN. Other, Presented, 01/01/2004.
  • (2004) Sprague RC, JC Martin, CJ Davidson, BM Wagner, and RP Farrar. Short-Term Maximum Rowing Power. Presented at the 51st annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Indianapolis IN. Other, Presented, 01/01/2004.
  • (2004) Davidson CJ, BM Wagner, and JC Martin. Seated and Standing Maximal Neuromuscular Cycling Power. Presented at the 51st annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Indianapolis IN. Other, Presented, 01/01/2004.
  • (2004) Nagai T, BA MacWilliams, LE Dibble, and JC Martin. Sex Differences in Lower Extremity Kinetics and Kinematics during Landing. Presented at the 51st annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Indianapolis IN. Other, Presented, 01/01/2004.
  • (2004) McDaniel J, AW Subudhi, and JC Martin. Metabolic Cost of Upper Body Torso Stabilization During Cycling. Presented at the 51st annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Indianapolis IN. Other, Presented, 01/01/2004.
  • (2003) Horscroft RD, CJ David, J McDaniel, and JC Martin. Altered saddle height does not alter joint power distribution during submaximal cycling. Presented at the 50th annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, San Francisco CA. Other, Presented, 01/01/2003.
  • (2003) McDaniel J, JP Mattson, and JC Martin. High stimulation frequency alters rate of force development but not maximum force. Presented at the 50th annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, San Francisco CA. Other, Presented, 01/01/2003.
  • (2003) Martin JC, VJ Caiozzo, RR Neptune. Dynamic Neuromuscular function: From isolated muscle to voluntary human activity. Mini-symposium presented at the 50th annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, San Francisco CA. Other, Presented, 01/01/2003.
  • (2003) Brown NAT, J McDaniel, CJ Davidson, JC Martin. Cycling: a common task with uncommon capacity to facilitate scientific investigation. Presented at the annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine Southwest Conference, Las Vegas NV. Other, Presented, 01/01/2003.
  • (2003) Mattson JP, and JC Martin. Emphysema alters fatigue characteristics in skeletal muscle. Presented at the 50th annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, San Francisco CA. Other, Presented, 01/01/2003.
  • (2003) Tuohig ME, JP Mattson, and JC Martin. A linear damper model does not fully predict passive muscle work during cyclic length change. Presented at the 50th annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, San Francisco CA. Other, Presented, 01/01/2003.
  • (2002) Martin JC, and BM Wagner. Mechanical energy flow during maximal cycling: Is energy conserved? Presented to the World Congress of Biomechanics. Other, Presented, 08/01/2002.
  • (2002) Martin JC, R Pettitt, and BM Wagner. Instantaneous joint power during maximal cycling. Presented at the 49th annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, St Louis MO. Other, Presented, 05/01/2002.
  • (2002) Pettitt R, BM Wagner, and JC Martin. Average joint power production during maximal cycling. Presented at the 49th annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, St Louis MO. Other, Presented, 05/01/2002.
  • (2001) Hawley JA, AE Juekendrup, DT Martin, JC Martin, I Mujika. The science of professional road cycling. Special Event presented at the 48th annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine. Baltimore, MD. Other, Presented, 01/01/2001.
  • (2001) McDaniel J and JC Martin. Determinants of metabolic cost of submaximal cycling. Presented at the 48th annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine. Baltimore, MD. Other, Presented, 01/01/2001.
  • (2001) Maximal power across the lifespan. Rocky Mountain Strength & Conditioning Clinic, Salt Lake City, UT. Other, Presented, 01/01/2001.
  • (2000) Martin JC and SM Lamb. Effects of fatigue on force-velocity characteristics and activation kinetics. Presented at the 47th annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine. Indianapolis IN. Other, Presented, 01/01/2000.
  • (2000) Martin JC and SM Lamb. Effects of duty cycle on maximal cycling power. Presented at the 47th annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine. Indianapolis, IN. Other, Presented, 01/01/2000.
  • (1999) Menzel K, J Loyo, JC Martin, and EF Coyle. The effects of dehydration, fluid replacement and carbohydrate supplementation on maximal power during football practice. Presented to the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology. Other, Presented, 04/01/1999.
  • (1999) Martin JC and WW Spirduso. Scaling of maximal power in boys and men. Presented to the Southeastern Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine, Norfolk, VA. Other, Presented, 02/01/1999.
  • (1999) Martin JC, NA Brown, FC Anderson, and WW Spirduso. Effects of shortening velocity and cycle frequency of maximal neuromuscular function. Presented at the 46th annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine. Seattle, WA. Other, Presented, 01/01/1999.
  • (1998) Fritzsche RG, TW Switzer, BJ Hodgkinson, SH Lee, JC Martin, PR Below, and EF Coyle. A 6% carbohydrate solution is better than water at maintaining peak power during prolonged exercise. Presented at the 45th annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Orlando, Florida. Other, Presented, 01/01/1998.
  • (1998) Maximal power during growth and development. Round Rock Independent School District, Round Rock, Texas. Other, Presented, 01/01/1998.
  • (1997) Seiler KS, JC Martin, and WW Spirduso. Predictors of rowing performance power in older male rowers. Presented at the American College of Sports Medicine 44th Annual Meeting in Denver, Colorado. Other, Presented, 01/01/1997.
  • (1997) Martin JC, SM Martin, and WW Spirduso. Maximum power and optimal pedaling rate of masters track cyclists. Presented at the 44th annual meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Denver, Colorado. Other, Presented, 01/01/1997.
  • (1995) Martin JC and EF Coyle. Inertial loading, design and validation of a method for measuring peak cycling power. Presented at the American College of Sports Medicine 42nd Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Other, Presented, 01/01/1995.

Grants, Contracts & Research Gifts

  • ACTIVE DESK ENGINE FUNDING. PI: MARTIN,JIM. UNIVERSITY OF UTAH RESEARCH FO, 11/01/2012 - 10/30/2013. Total project budget to date: $3,000.00
  • SINGLE LEG CYCLING IN DIABETES. PI: MARTIN,JIM. UNIVERSITY OF UTAH RESEARCH FO, 12/19/2011 - 12/30/2013. Total project budget to date: $35,000.00
  • WEARABLE SPRINGS IN CYCLING. PI: MARTIN,JIM. ADIDIAS INTL INC, 05/01/2011 - 12/31/2011. Total project budget to date: $25,985.00
  • ECCENTRIC MUSCLE DAMAGE. PI: MARTIN,JIM. GATORADE SPORTS SCIENCE INSTIT, 09/01/2006 - 06/30/2009. Total project budget to date: $63,246.00

Languages

  • English, fluent.

Publications

  • Barratt, P.R., J.C. Martin, S.J. Elmer, and T. Korff. Effects of pedal speed and crank length on pedaling mechanics in submaximal cycling. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 48(4):705-713, 2016. Published, 04/2016.
  • Elmer, S.J. and J.C. Martin. Biomechanics of Counterweighted One-Legged Cycling. Journal of Applied Biomechanics 32 (1), p78-85, 2016. Published, 02/2016.
  • Rimer, E.G., Peterson, L.R., Coggan, A.R., J.C. Martin. Acute Dietary Nitrate Supplementation Increases Maximal Cycling Power of Trained Athletes. In press at International Journal of Sport Physiology and Performance. Accepted 11/3/15. Accepted, 11/03/2015.
  • Burns KJ, Martin JC, Elmer SJ, McDaniel J. (2014). Response to Letter to the Editor: a counterweight is not necessary to implement simple, natural and comfortable single-leg cycle training. (pp. 2457-8). Vol. 114Eur J Appl Physiol. Other, 11/01/2014.
  • Elmer SJ, Martin JC. (2014). A cycling workstation to facilitate physical activity in office settings. Appl Ergon. Vol. 45, 1240-6. Other, 07/01/2014.
  • McDaniel, J., N.S. Behjani, S.J. Elmer, N.A.T. Brown, J.C. Martin. Joint Specific Power-velocity relationships during maximal cycling. Journal of Applied Biomechanics 30(3):423-430, 2014. Published, 06/2014.
  • Leong CH, McDermott WJ, Elmer SJ, Martin JC. (2014). Chronic eccentric cycling improves quadriceps muscle structure and maximum cycling power. Int J Sports Med. Vol. 35, 559-65. Other, 06/01/2014.
  • McDaniel J, Behjani NS, Elmer SJ, Brown NA, Martin JC. (2014). Joint-specific power-pedaling rate relationships during maximal cycling. J Appl Biomech. Vol. 30, 423-30. Other, 06/01/2014.
  • Elmer SJ, Martin JC. (2013). Construction of an isokinetic eccentric cycle ergometer for research and training. J Appl Biomech. Vol. 29, 490-5. Other, 08/01/2013.
  • Elmer S.J., C.S. Marshall, K. Wehmanen, M. Amann, J. McDaniel, D.T. Martin, and J.C. Martin. Effects of locomotor muscle fatigue on joint-specific power production during cycling. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2012 Aug;44(8):1504-11. Published, 02/2013.
  • Elmer SJ, Amann M, McDaniel J, Martin DT, Martin JC. (2013). Fatigue is specific to working muscles: no cross-over with single-leg cycling in trained cyclists. Eur J Appl Physiol. Vol. 113, 479-88. Other, 02/01/2013.
  • Elmer S, Hahn S, McAllister P, Leong C, Martin J. (2012). Improvements in multi-joint leg function following chronic eccentric exercise. Scand J Med Sci Sports. Vol. 22, 653-61. Other, 10/01/2012.
  • Elmer SJ, Marshall CS, Wehmanen K, Amann M, McDaniel J, Martin DT, Martin JC. (2012). Effects of locomotor muscle fatigue on joint-specific power production during cycling. Med Sci Sports Exerc. Vol. 44, 1504-11. Other, 08/01/2012.
  • Elmer S.J., P. Barratt, T. Korff, and J.C. Martin. Joint-Specific Power Production during Submaximal and Maximal Cycling. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 43(10):1940-7 2011 (cited 3 times). Published, 10/2011.
  • Barratt, P.R., T. Korff, S.J. Elmer, and J.C. Martin. The Influence of Crank Length on Joint-Specific Power during Maximal Cycling. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 43(9):1689-97 2011. Published, 09/2011.
  • Abbiss CR, Karagounis LG, Laursen PB, Peiffer JJ, Martin DT, Hawley JA, Fatehee NN, Martin JC. (2011). Single-leg cycle training is superior to double-leg cycling in improving the oxidative potential and metabolic profile of trained skeletal muscle. J Appl Physiol (1985). Vol. 110, 1248-55. Other, 05/01/2011.
  • Elmer, S.J., S.A. Hahn, P.D. McAllister, C.H. Leong, J.C. Martin. Improvements in Multi-Joint Leg Function Following Chronic Eccentric Exercise. In press at Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports. Epub ahead of print March 16 2011 (cited 3 times). Published, 03/16/2011.
  • Elmer S.J., J. McDaniel, J.P. Mattson, and J.C. Martin. Effect of a contusion injury on muscular force, power, work, and fatigue. Scan J Sport Med. Epub ahead of print March 1, 2011. Published, 03/01/2011.
  • Elmer SJ, McDaniel J, Martin JC. (2010). Alterations in neuromuscular function and perceptual responses following acute eccentric cycling exercise. Eur J Appl Physiol. Vol. 110, 1225-33. Other, 12/01/2010.
  • Elmer SJ, Martin JC. (2010). Joint-specific power loss after eccentric exercise. Med Sci Sports Exerc. Vol. 42, 1723-30. Other, 09/01/2010.
  • Tomas A, Ross EZ, Martin JC. (2010). Fatigue during maximal sprint cycling: unique role of cumulative contraction cycles. Med Sci Sports Exerc. Vol. 42, 1364-9. Other, 07/01/2010.
  • Quod MJ, Martin DT, Martin JC, Laursen PB. (2010). The power profile predicts road cycling MMP. Int J Sports Med. Vol. 31, 397-401. Other, 06/01/2010.
  • McDaniel J, Elmer SJ, Martin JC. (2010). The effect of shortening history on isometric and dynamic muscle function. J Biomech. Vol. 43, 606-11. Other, 03/03/2010.
  • McDaniel J, Elmer SJ, Martin JC. (2010). Limitations of relaxation kinetics on muscular work. Acta Physiol (Oxf). Vol. 198, 191-8. Other, 02/01/2010.
  • Elmer SJ, Madigan ML, LaStayo PC, Martin JC. (2010). Joint-specific power absorption during eccentric cycling. Clin Biomech (Bristol, Avon). Vol. 25, 154-8. Other, 02/01/2010.
  • Gardner AS, Martin DT, Jenkins DG, Dyer I, Van Eiden J, Barras M, Martin JC. (2009). Velocity-specific fatigue: quantifying fatigue during variable velocity cycling. Med Sci Sports Exerc. Vol. 41, 904-11. Other, 04/01/2009.
  • Martin JC, Brown NA. (2009). Joint-specific power production and fatigue during maximal cycling. J Biomech. Vol. 42, 474-9. Other, 03/11/2009.
  • Elmer, S.J., and J.C. Martin. Fourier series Approximations and Low Pass Filtering: Facilitating Learning of Digital Signal Processing for Biomechanics Students. Sportscience, 13, 1-8, 2009. Published, 03/2009.
  • Korff T, Hunter EL, Martin JC. (2009). Muscular and non-muscular contributions to maximum power cycling in children and adults: implications for developmental motor control. J Exp Biol. Vol. 212, 599-603. Other, 03/01/2009.
  • Gardner AS, Martin JC, Martin DT, Barras M, Jenkins DG. (2007). Maximal torque- and power-pedaling rate relationships for elite sprint cyclists in laboratory and field tests. Eur J Appl Physiol. Vol. 101, 287-92. Other, 10/01/2007.
  • Martin JC, Elmer SJ, Horscroft RD, Brown NA, Schultz BB. (2007). A low-cost instrumented spatial linkage accurately determines ASIS position during cycle ergometry. J Appl Biomech. Vol. 23, 224-9. Other, 08/01/2007.
  • Korff T, Romer LM, Mayhew I, Martin JC. (2007). Effect of pedaling technique on mechanical effectiveness and efficiency in cyclists. Med Sci Sports Exerc. Vol. 39, 991-5. Other, 06/01/2007.
  • Martin JC. (2007). Muscle power: the interaction of cycle frequency and shortening velocity. (pp. 74-81). Vol. 35Exerc Sport Sci Rev. Other, 04/01/2007.
  • Martin, J.C. Muscle power: the interaction of cycle frequency and shortening velocity. Exercise and Sports Science Reviews 35(2):74-81, 2007. Published, 04/2007.
  • Martin JC, Davidson CJ, Pardyjak ER. (2007). Understanding sprint-cycling performance: the integration of muscle power, resistance, and modeling. (pp. 5-21). Vol. 2Int J Sports Physiol Perform. Other, 03/01/2007.
  • Martin J.C., C.J. Davidson, and E. Pardyjak. Understanding Sprint-Cycling Performance: The Integration of Muscle Power, Resistance, and Modeling. Invited review. Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance 2 (1), 103-119, 2007. Published, 03/2007.
  • Sprague RC 4th, Martin JC, Davidson CJ, Farrar RP. (2007). Force-velocity and power-velocity relationships during maximal short-term rowing ergometry. Med Sci Sports Exerc. Vol. 39, 358-64. Other, 02/01/2007.
  • Martin, J.C., A.S Gardner, M. Barras, and D.T. Martin. Aerodynamic Drag Area of Cyclists Determined with Field-Based Measures. Sport Science 10, 68-69, 2006. Published, 12/2006.
  • Martin JC, Gardner AS, Barras M, Martin DT. (2006). Modeling sprint cycling using field-derived parameters and forward integration. Med Sci Sports Exerc. Vol. 38, 592-7. Other, 03/01/2006.
  • McDaniel J, Subudhi A, Martin JC. (2005). Torso stabilization reduces the metabolic cost of producing cycling power. Can J Appl Physiol. Vol. 30, 433-41. Other, 08/01/2005.
  • Mattson JP, Martin JC. (2005). Emphysema-induced reductions in locomotory skeletal muscle contractile function. Exp Physiol. Vol. 90, 519-25. Other, 07/01/2005.
  • Moseley L, Achten J, Martin JC, Jeukendrup AE. (2004). No differences in cycling efficiency between world-class and recreational cyclists. Int J Sports Med. Vol. 25, 374-9. Other, 07/01/2004.
  • Davidson CJ, Pardyjak E, Martin JC. (2003). Training with power measurement: A new era in cycling training. Strength Condit J. Vol. Oct 25, 28-29. Other, 01/01/2003.
  • McDaniel J, Durstine JL, Hand GA, Martin JC. (2002). Determinants of metabolic cost during submaximal cycling. J Appl Physiol. Vol. 93, 823-8. Other, 09/01/2002.
  • Martin JC, Lamb SM, Brown NAT. (2002). Pedal trajectory alters maximal single-leg cycling power. Med Sci Sports Exerc. Vol. 34. Other, 08/01/2002.
  • Martin JC, Cobb JE. (2002). Aerodynamics of cycling: Effects of equipment. Human Kinetics. Other, 01/01/2002.
  • Martin JC, Malina RM, Spirduso WW. (2002). Effects of crank length on maximal cycling power and optimal pedaling rate of boys aged 8-11 years. Eur J Appl Physiol. Vol. 86, 215-7. Other, 01/01/2002.
  • Martin JC, Cobb JE. (2002). Aerodynamics of cycling: Effects of body position. Human Kinetics. Other, 01/01/2002.
  • Martin, J.C. and J.E. Cobb. Aerodynamics of cycling: Effects of body position. In Jeukendrup, A. High Performance Cycling. Human Kinetics, Indianapolis IN. 2002. Published, 01/2002.
  • Martin J.C. and J.E. Cobb. Aerodynamics of cycling: Effects of equipment. In Jeukendrup, A. High Performance Cycling. Human Kinetics, Indianapolis 2002. Published, 01/2002.
  • Martin JC, Spirduso WW. (2001). Determinants of maximal cycling power: crank length, pedaling rate and pedal speed. Eur J Appl Physiol. Vol. 84, 413-8. Other, 05/01/2001.
  • Jeukendrup, A. and J.C. Martin. Improving cycling performance: How should we spend our time and money? Sports Medicine, 31 (7) 2001. Published, 02/2001.
  • Jeukendrup A, Martin JC. (2001). Improving cycling performance: How should we spend our time and money?. Sports Medicine. Vol. 31. Other, 01/01/2001.
  • Martin JC,Diedrich D,Coyle EF. (2000). Time course of learning to produce maximum cycling power. International journal of sports medicine. Vol. 21. Other, 10/01/2000.
  • Fritzsche RG,Switzer TW,Hodgkinson BJ,Lee SH,Martin JC,Coyle EF. (2000). Water and carbohydrate ingestion during prolonged exercise increase maximal neuromuscular power. J Appl Physiol. Vol. 88. Other, 02/01/2000.
  • Martin JC, Farrar RP, Wagner BM, Spirduso WW. (2000). Maximal power across the lifespan. Journal of Gerontology. Vol. 55A, M311-316. Other, 01/01/2000.
  • Martin JC, Brown NA, Anderson FC, Spirduso WW. (2000). A governing relationship for repetitive muscular contraction. J Biomech. Vol. 33, 969-74. Other, 01/01/2000.
  • Martin JC,Milliken DL,Cobb JE,McFadden KL,Coggan AR. (1998). Validation of a mathematical model for road cycling power. Journal of applied biomechanics. Vol. 14. Other, 08/01/1998.
  • Martin JC,Malina RM. (1998). Developmental variations in anaerobic performance associated with age and sex.. . Other, 01/01/1998.
  • Seiler KS,Spirduso WW,Martin JC. (1998). Gender differences in rowing performance and power with aging. Med Sci Sports Exerc. Vol. 30. Other, 01/01/1998.
  • Martin, J.C. and R.M. Malina. Developmental variation in anaerobic performance associated with age and sex. In: Van Praagh, E., ed., Pediatric Anaerobic Performance; 1998. Published, 01/1998.
  • Martin JC,Wagner BM,Coyle EF. (1997). Inertial-load method determines maximal cycling power in a single exercise bout. Med Sci Sports Exerc. Vol. 29. Other, 11/01/1997.