• Balanse under gange på tredemølle i et virtuelt miljø: En pilotstudie 

      Andersen, Håkon Foss; Flesland, Martin; Wilhelmsen, Kjersti Thulin; Bovim, Lars Peder Vatshelle; Magnussen, Liv Heide; Indredavik, Grethe Elin Arnesen (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Bakgrunn: Dynamisk balanse er en forutsetning for å mestre endringer i hverdagslig gangaktivitet. Studier har vist at dynamisk balanse kan påvirkes ved å kombinere kognitive og motoriske aktiviteter under gange på flatt ...
    • The Female Menstrual Cycles Effect on Strength and Power Parameters in High-Level Female Team Athletes 

      Dasa, Marcus Småvik; Kristoffersen, Morten; Ersvær, Elisabeth; Bovim, Lars Peder Vatshelle; Bjørkhaug, Lise; Moe-Nilssen, Rolf; Sagen, Jørn Vegard; Haukenes, Inger (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Purpose: The female menstrual cycle (MC) is characterized by hormonal fluctuations throughout its different phases. However, research regarding its effect on athletic performance in high level athletes is sparse. The aim ...
    • Reliability of maximum oxygen uptake in cardiopulmonary exercise testing with continuous laryngoscopy 

      Engan, Mette; Jansrud, Ida; Bekken, Marianne; Halvorsen, Thomas; Fretheim-Kelly, Zoe Louise; Vollsæter, Maria; Bovim, Lars Peder Vatshelle; Røksund, Ola Drange; Clemm, Hege Havstad (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Aims A cardiopulmonary exercise test (CPET) is the gold standard to evaluate symptom-limiting exercise intolerance, while continuous laryngoscopy performed during exercise (CLE) is required to diagnose exercise-induced ...
    • Theoretical Rationale for Design of Tasks in a Virtual Reality-Based Exergame for Rehabilitation Purposes 

      Bovim, Lars Peder Vatshelle; Valved, Lauritz; Bleikli, Bendik; Geitung, Atle Birger; Soleim, Harald; Bogen, Bård Erik (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      Virtual reality games are playing a greater role in rehabilitation settings. Previously, commercial games have dominated, but increasingly, bespoke games for specific rehabilitation contexts are emerging. Choice and design ...