|Principles of Resistive Training|
by Gideon B. Ariel, Ph.D.; Symposium on Olympic Sports Medicine Clinics in Sports Medicine — Vol. 2, No. 1, March 1983 Resistive Training; pp. 55-69.
A selected list of presentations and publications in which the Ariel Technology was utilized.
|Muscles in Action|
Muscle and Joint Movement — University of Michigan
|Optimization of Human Performance for All Ages|
Article by Gideon Ariel, Ph.D.
|Accuracy Research Paper Released May 8, 1995|
The research paper by Penelope J Klien, EdD, PT and James J. Dehaven, PhD, which validates the usefulness of the Ariel Performance Computer Exercise systems.
|The Relationships between Throwing Velocity and Motor Ability Parameters of the High-Performance Handball Players|
Research paper by Jerzy Eliasz, Dept. of Biomechanics, Institute of Sport, Warsaw, Poland
|Biomechanical Research in Space by Gideon Ariel, Ph.D.|
Biomechanics is fundamental to understanding the work performance capabilities of humans in space. Biomechanics as practiced by NASA has the primary goal of conducting operationally-oriented research focusing on maximizing astronaut on-orbit performance capabilities.
|High Technology in Athletic Training and Performance Analysis by Gideon Ariel, Ph.D.|
When they talk about their personal goals in sports, athletes usually say they would like to do their best, meaning, reach their maximum performance ability.
|Biomechanical Applications in Cyberspace by Gideon B. Ariel and Ann Penny — University of California, Irvine|
The new communication links afforded by rapid satellite/computer exchanges will enable the field of Biomechanics to advance into a new age of technology, resources, research, data base development, as well as interaction among Scientists.
|Model of Muscle Fiber with Controllable Recruiting by Guskov, A. Eliutin, A. Vorobievl and G. Ariel|
For numerous applications, including real-time analysis in computer-aided systems there is a need for a computationally simple but comprehensive model of muscle behavior …
|Three Dimensional Video Analysis for Orthopedic Evaluation|
The Ariel Performance Analysis System (APAS) offers a comprehensive dynamic study of patient performance. The data gained from these studies can aid the orthopedic physician by quantifying deficiencies in functional movements.
|Photogrammetric Transformation with Panning|
by K.A. Stivers, G.B. Ariel, A. Vorobiev, M.A. Penny, A. Gouskov, N. Yakunin International Center for Biomechanical Research, La Jolla, USA