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  1. Determining key biomechanical performance parameters in novice female rowers using the Rosenberg and Pose techniques during a 1 km ergometer time trial. (Fletcher, G., Bartlett, R., Docksteadder, A. and Romanov, N.,  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF SPORT,15, 723-748, 2015)
  2. Critical comment on the current athletic sprint start and a new Pose sprint start technique. (Fletcher, G., Bartlett, R. and Romanov, N.S.  APPLIED RESEARCH IN COACHING AND ATHLETICS ANNUAL, 30, 15-39, 2015)
  3. The Effectiveness of a 6-Week Intervention Program Aimed at Modifying Running Style in Patients With Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome. (ORTHOPEDIC JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE, March 2015)
  4. A case study of two national standard sprinters completing a pose and traditional sprint start technique. Fletcher, G., Bartlett, R. and Romanov, N.S. (JOURNAL OF  ATHLETIC ENHANCEMENT, 3, 2., 2014)
  5. General Movement Theory. (CHUVASH STATE PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY, Text book, 2014)
  6. Specifics in Running Kinematics Developed by Pose Method in Disabled Sprinters with Cerebral Palsy. (INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THERAPY AND REHABILITATION, 2012)
  7. A Theoretical Analysis of a Truly Synchronous Rowing Technique: The New Pose Method and Three Well-established Rowing Techniques. (APPLIED RESEARCH IN COACHING AND ATHLETICS Annual, Volume 27, 2012)
  8. Pose Method Specific Technique and Training for Para-Sprinters Diagnosed with Childhood Cerebral Palsy. (CHUVASH STATE PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY, Russia 2012)
  9. Forefoot running improves pain and disability associated with chronic exertional compartment syndrome. (AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE, 2012)
  10. Effects of forefoot running on chronic exertional compartment syndrome. (INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORTS PHYSICAL THERAPY, 2011)
  11. A Comparison of Pedaling Mechanics in Experienced Pose and Traditional Cyclists. (UNIVERSITY OF THE FRASER VALLEY, BC, CANADA; POSE TECH, MIAMI, FL, USA; BRUNEL UNIVERSITY, LONDON, UK, 2011)
  12. Effect of ‘Pose’ Cycling on Efficiency and Pedaling Mechanics. (Centre for Sports Medicine and Human Performance, Brunel University; EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY, 2011)
  13. Biomechanical performance factors in Pose running and Heel-toe running. (INTERNATIONAL QUARTERLY OF SPORTS SCIENCE, 2, 1-9., 2010)
  14. Gravity’s role in accelerated running – a comparison of an experienced Pose® and heel-toe runner. (INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF SPORTS BIOMECHANICS, XXV11, 374-377, 2009)
  15. The Pose Method Technique Improves Running Performance Without Economy Changes. (INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORTS SCIENCE & COACHING, 2008)
  16. Runners Do Not Push Off the Ground But Fall Forwards Via a Gravitational Torque. (SPORTS BIOMECHANICS JOURNAL, 2007)
  17. The Pose Method: A Biomechanical And Physiological Comparison with Heel-Toe Running. (SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY, UK, 2007)
  18. Geometry of Running. (EUROPEAN COLLEGE OF SPORT SCIENCE, July 5-8, 2006 Switzerland)
  19. Running: Problems of Teaching and Training. (THEORY AND PRACTICE OF PHYSICAL CULTURE, April 2005 Russia)
  20. Effect of a global alteration of running technique on kinematics and economy. (JOURNAL OF SPORT SCIENCE, 2005)
  21. Reduced Eccentric Loading of the Knee with the Pose Running Method (MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE, 2004)
  22. Role of Gravity in Pedaling Technique in Cycling. (THEORY AND PRACTICE OF PHYSICAL CULTURE, No.5, Russia 2004)
  23. Impact Forces at the Knee Joint – A Comparative Study on Running Styles (FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY, 2001)
  24. Raising Reliability Level of Elite High Jumpers’ Performance at the Stage of Immediate Pre-Competition Preparation. (THE STATE CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL CULTURE, Russia 1990)
  25. The Pose Method of Teaching Running Technique. (Russian Edition, CHUVASH STATE UNIVERSITY, Russia 1988)