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Dr Raul Landeo Name: Dr Raul Landeo
Lecturer (School of Exercise Science)
Email
raul.landeo@acu.edu.au
Phone
+612 9701 4295
Fax
+612 9701 4290
Organisational Area
Faculty of Health Sciences
Department
School of Behavioural and Health Sciences (NSW)
Location
Strathfield
Building 640 - Edward Clancy Building (167-169 Albert Road, Strathfield NSW 2135)-Level 1-Room 640.1.01
Biographical Information

BEdPhysical Education
PGDipScience- Major in Biomechancis, The University of Queensland

PhD, The University of New South Wales

Publications

Landeo, R., Estevan, I., Falco, C. and Lee, K.Y. (2012). Is Kicking a Proximal to Distal Action? Proceedings of the 1st IMACSSS International Conference. Genoa, Italy. June 8th-10th June, 2012. Exorma Edizioni.

 

Menescardi, C., Bermejo, J.L., Coral, F., Landeo, R. and Estevam, I.  (2012). Match Analysis in a University Taekwondo Championship. Proceedings of the 1st IMACSSS International Conference. Genoa, Italy. June 8th-10th June, 2012. Exorma Edizioni.

 

Menescardi, C., Bermejo, J. L., Herrero, C., Estevan, I., Landeo, R., Falco, C. (2012). Diferencias técnico tácticas en taekwondistas universitarios según sexo y categoría de competición. Revista de Artes Marciales Asiáticas, 7(2), 1 – 11.

 

Falco, C., Landeo, R., Menescardi, C., Bermejo, J.L., & Estevan, I. (2012). Match analysis in a University taekwondo Championship. Advances in Physical Education, 2 (1), 28 – 31.

 

Taylor, P., Landeo, R. and Coogan, J. (2011). Kinematic and Coordination Variability of the Throwing Arm During the Water Polo Shot. In: Villas-Boas, JP, Machado, L. Wangdo, K, AP (eds), Biomechanics in Sports 29, Portuguese Journal of Sports Sciences, 11 (Suppl, 2), 121-124.

 

Millet, E. L., and Landeo, R. (2011). Influence of Athletic Training on Vertical Stiffness Attenuation. In: Villas-Boas, JP, Machado, L. Wangdo, K, AP (eds), Biomechanics in Sports 29, Portuguese Journal of Sports Sciences, 11 (Suppl, 2), 705-708.

 

Landeo, R. (2011). Foot Placing in Taekwondo Kicking. Proceedings of the III International Symposium for Taekwondo Studies. Gyeongju, Korea. April 29-30, 2011.

 

Landeo, R. (2011). The Role of Pivot Leg Stiffness in Taekwondo Kicking (In press). Proceedings of the III International Symposium for Taekwondo Studies. Gyeongju, Korea. April 29-30, 2011.

 

Landeo, R. and Kwee Yum Lee (2011). Reaction Time in Taekwondo Athletes (In press). Proceedings of the III International Symposium for Taekwondo Studies. Gyeongju, Korea. April 29-30, 2011.

 

R. Landeo and A.S. McIntosh (2008). Kinetic And Kinematic Differences Between Target And Free Kicking In Taekwondo (In press). Proceedings of the XXVI Biomechanics Symposia of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports. Seoul, Korea. July 14-18.

Landeo Raul (2008). Timing in a Taekwondo Fast Front Kick and a Dance Layout. Proceedings of the 3rd Australasian Association for Exercise and Sports Science Conference and the 5th Sports Dietitians Australia Update: From Research to Practice (Burnett, A. Eds). AAESS 2008 (pp 180). Melbourne, Victoria. March 27-30.  

Landeo Raul, Sparks Matthew, Langley Michael and Rigney Michael (2008). Muscle activation evaluated by EMG signals: Target vs. free kicking. Proceedings of the 3rd Australasian Association for Exercise and Sports Science Conference and the 5th Sports Dietitians Australia Update: From Research to Practice (Burnett, A. Eds). AAESS 2008 (pp 100). Melbourne, Victoria. March 27-30. 

Landeo Raul, Taylor Paul, Coogan Jennifer, Greenwood Trevor, Fox Ben (2008). Short versus Long stretch and shortening cycle characteristics of trained dancers. Proceedings of the 3rd Australasian Association for Exercise and Sports Science Conference and the 5th Sports Dietitians Australia Update: From Research to Practice (Burnett, A. Eds). AAESS 2008 (pp 181). Melbourne, Victoria. March 27-30. 

Millar Kylie, Simpson Meagan, McLarn and Landeo Raul (2008). The effects of alternative treatments on muscle activation and ROM. Proceedings of the 3rd Australasian Association for Exercise and Sports Science Conference and the 5th Sports Dietitians Australia Update: From Research to Practice (Burnett, A. Eds). AAESS 2008 (pp 203). Melbourne, Victoria. March 27-30. 

R. Landeo and A.S. (2007). Fast front kick: Gaining insights beyond the data. A.S. McIntosh (Eds.) Proceedings of the XXVth Biomechanics Symposia of the International Society of Biomechanics of Sports (Chagas Eds.). Ouro Pretto, Brazil. August, 23-27.

R. Landeo (2004). Movement signature: The coordination of thigh and leg movement during a fast kicking action. A.S. McIntosh (Eds.) Proceedings of the 2004 Australasian Biomechanics Conference ABC5 Congress (pp. 94-95). Sydney, New South Wales. December 9-10.

R. Landeo (2002). The Role of the Rectus Femoris Bi-Articular Muscle in Modulating Explosive Forms of Knee Extension: A Pilot Study. T.M. Bach, D. Orr, R. Baker, W.A. Sparrow (Eds.) Proceedings of the 2002 Australasian Biomechanics Conference ABC4 Congress (pp. 130-131). Melbourne, Victoria. November 28-30.

R. Landeo, A.S. McIntosh, J. Orchard, D. Rath, T. Savage (2002). The Kinetics and Kinematics of AFL Kicking. T.M. Bach, D. Orr, R. Baker, W.A. Sparrow (Eds.) Proceedings of the 2002 Australasian Biomechanics Conference ABC4 Congress (pp. 132-133). Melbourne, Victoria. November 28-30.

Neal, R.J., Burko, D., Sprigings, E., & Landeo, R. (1999). Segment interactions during the golf swing: 3 segments in 3-D. W. Herzog & A. Jinha, (Eds.). Proceedings of the 1999 ISB Congress (p. 690). Calgary, Alberta. August 8-13.

R. Neal, and R. Landeo (1998).  Expert-Novice differences in fast kicking. Sports Medicine Australia Conference. Sunshine Coast.

 

R. Neal, and R. Landeo (1998). Segmental Interaction in Taekwondo's Bandal Chagi. North American Congress of Biomechanics (NACOB). Waterloo. Canada.

Research

Neurmuscular Modeling
2-D and 3-D Mechanics

Biomechanics of Taekwondo

Notational Analysis in Football and Taekwondo

Taekwondo Elite Performance

 

Experience

Biomechanics

Professional Memberships

ISBS,

 

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