Personal Page of Agelousis Nikolaos

me Full Name: Agelousis Nikolaos
Title: Professor
Area of expertise: Biomechanics with emphasis on muscle activity in physical education
Sector: Sports Training Theory & Application
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Telephone: +30 25310 39655
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Office: Β3-8
Hours of listening students: Tue: 15:00-16:30, Wed: 14:00-16:00

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  1. Aggeloussis N., Giannakou E., Albracht K., Arampatzis A. (2010). Reproducibility of fascicle length and pennation angle of gastrocnemius medialis in human gait in vivo. Gait & Posture31(1), 73-77.
  2. Gourgoulis V., Aggeloussis N., Garas Ath., Mavromatis G. (2009). Unsuccessful vs successful performance in snatch lifts: a kiniatic approach. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 23 (2), 486–494.
  3. Gourgoulis V., Aggeloussis N., Kasimatis P., Vezos N., Antoniou P., Mavromatis G. (2009). The influence of hand paddles on the arm coordination in fiale front crawl swimmers. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research23 (3), 735-740.
  4. Venetsanou F., Kambas., Aggeloussis N., Fatouros I., Taxildaris K.(2009) Motor assessment of preschool aged children: A preliminary investigation of the validity of the Bruininks–Oseretsky test of motor proficiency – Short form. Human Movient Science, 28(4), 543-550.
  5. Xethali V., Christoforidis Ch., Kambas A., Aggelousis N., Fatouros I. (2009). Test-retest reliability of the National Program for Playground Safety Report Card. International Journal of Inquiry Control and Safety Promotion16(4), 249-251.
  6. Gourgoulis V., Aggeloussis N., Vezos N., Kasimatis P., Antoniou P., Mavromatis G. (2008). Estimation of hand forces and propelling efficiency during front crawl swimming with hand paddles. Journal of Biomechanics, 41, 208 – 215.
  7. Gourgoulis V., Aggeloussis N., Vezos N., Antoniou P., Mavromatis G. (2008). Hand orientation in hand paddle swimming. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 29, 429 – 434.
  8. Gourgoulis V., Aggeloussis N., Kasimatis P., Vezos N., Boli A., Mavromatis G. (2008). Reconstruction accuracy in underwater three dimensional kiniatic analysis. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 11, 90-95.
  9. Aggeloussis N., Gourgoulis V., Sertsou M., Giannakou E., Mavromatis G. (2007). Repeatability of electromyographic waveforms during the naeryo chagi in tae-kwon-do. Journal of Sport Science and Medicine6(CSSI-2), 6-9.
  10. Aggeloussis N. (2007). Myoelectrical factors of performance improvient in percussive motor skills. Personality, Motivation & Sport12, 289-299.
  11. Vezos N., Gourgoulis V., Aggeloussis N., Kasimatis P., Christoforidis Ch., Mavromatis G. (2007). Underwater stroke kiniatics during breathing and breath-holding front crawl swimming. Journal of Sport Science and Medicine, 6, 58-62.
  12. Venetsanou F., Kambas A., Aggeloussis N., Serbezis V., Taxildaris K. (2007). Use of the Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency for identifying children with motor impairaiment. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology49, 846-848.
  13. Gourgoulis V., Aggeloussis N., Vezos N., Mavromatis G. (2006). Effect of two different sized hand paddles on the front crawl stroke kiniatics. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness46(2), 232-237.
  14. Beneka A., Aggeloussis N., Giannakopoulos K., Godolias G. (2006). Identifying and treating rotator cuff imbalances. Strength and Conditioning Journal28(2), 92-95.
  15. Kambas A., Aggeloussis N. (2006). Construct validity of the Bruininks-Oseretsky test of Motor Profiency-Short Form for a sample of Greek preschool and primary school children. Perceptual & Motor Skills102, 65-72.
  16. Farouros I., Kambas A., Katrabasas I., Leontsini D., Chatzinikolaou A., Jamurtas A., Douroudos I., Aggelousis N., Taxildaris K. (2006). Resistance training and detraining effects on flexibility performance in the elderly are intensity-dependent. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research20(3), 634-642.