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Gabe Sanders, PhD, CSCS

All-In Strength

 

 


Burlington, KY

Sport Performance Analytics and Statistics

Research

Recent Publications and Analyses

Sanders, G.J., Boos, B., Rhodes, J., Kollock, R.O., Peacock, C.A., Scheadler, C.M. "Factors associated with minimal changes in countermovement jump performance throughout a competitive division I collegiate basketball season." Journal of Sports Sciences. 2019: 1-7.

Libs, H., Boos, B., Shipley, F., Peacock, C. A., & Sanders, G. J. Variability in Preseason Jump Loads and Heart Rate Intensities in Division I Volleyball. Journal of Exercise and Nutrition. 2019, 2(2):8.

Peacock, C.A., Sanders G.J. et al. Relationship Between Non-curved, Non-motorized, Resistance Treadmill Sprinting and Ground Speeds in American Football Players. Journal of Exercise and Nutrition. 2019, 2(2):10.

Peacock, C.A., Sanders, G.J., Antonio, J. The Competitive Season as an Experiment: Benefits, Limitations and Future Directions. Journal of Exercise and Nutrition. 2019, 2(1):1.

Sanders, G.J., Boos, B., Rhodes, J., Peacock, C.A., Kollock, R.O. Competition-based heart rate, training load, and time played above 85% peak heart rate in NCAA division I women's basketball. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. In-Press. 2018.

Peacock, C.A., Mena, M., Sanders, G.J., Silver, T.A., Kalman, D., Antonio, J. Sleep Data, Physical Performance, and Injuries in Preparation for Professional Mixed Martial ArtsSports 20197, 1.

Sanders, G.J., Boos, B., Shipley, F., Peacock, C.A. Bilateral Asymmetries in Ultrasound Assessments of the Rectus Femoris throughout an NCAA Division I Volleyball PreseasonSports. 20186 (3): 94.

Sanders, G.J., Roll, B., Peacock, C.A., Kollock, R.O. Maximum movement workloads and high intensity workload demands by position in NCAA division I collegiate footballJournal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 2018. doi: 10.1519/JSC.0000000000002611.

Sanders, G.J., Roll, B., Peacock, C.A. Maximum distance and high-speed distance demands by position in NCAA Division I collegiate football gamesJournal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 2017; 31(10): 2728-2733.

Sanders, G.J. Maximum distance and high-speed distance demands by position in NCAA Division I collegiate football games: Assessment of the maximum workload range. Catapult Sports Annual American Football Workshop, 2018.

Sanders, G.J., Boos, B., Shipley, F., Scheadler, C.A., Peacock, C.A. An accelerometer-based training load analysis to assess volleyball performance. Journal of Exercise and Nutrition. 2018; 1(1).

Peacock, C.A., Sanders, G.J., Antonio, J., Silver, T.A. The reporting of a multifaceted mixed martial arts strength and conditioning program. Journal of Exercise Physiology Online. 2018; 21(1):86-90.

Sanders, G.J., Turner, Z, Boos, B., Peacock, C.A., Peveler, W., Lipping, A. Aerobic capacity is related to repeated sprint ability with sprint distances less than 40 meters. International Journal of Exercise Science. 2017; 10(2):197-204.

Peacock, C.A., Krein, D.D., Antonio, J., Sanders, G.J., Colas, M. Comparing acute bouts of sagittal plane progression foam rolling vs. frontal plane progression foam rolling. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 2015; 29(8): 2310-2315.

Peacock, C.A., Krein, D.D., Silver, T.A., Sanders, G.J., von Carlowitz, K.P. An Acute bout of self-myofascial release in the form of foam rolling improves performance testingInternational Journal of Exercise Science. 2014; 7(3): 202-211.