Intentional self-harm by jumping from a high place

(Jumping, Intentional Self-Harm)

Self-harm is intentional behavior that is considered harmful to oneself. Jumping or leaping is a form of locomotion or movement in which an organism or non-living (e.g., robotic) mechanical system propels itself through the air along a ballistic trajectory.

PAAVO V KomiNMRC and Likes Research Center, University of Jyväskylä, Jyv
  • mechanical efficiency
  • achilles tendon
  • neuromuscular performance
  • strength training
  • elastic energy
Maarten Frank BobbertDepartment of Human Movement Sciences, Faculty of Behavioura
  • mechanical output
  • support limb
  • plantar flexion
  • vertical jumping
  • triceps surae
Robert Usher NewtonSchool of Medical and Health Sciences, Edith Cowan Universit
  • prostate cancer
  • resistance training
  • physical activity
  • body composition
  • androgen deprivation therapy
John Barry CroninSports Performance Research Institute New Zealand (SPRINZ),
  • wearable resistance
  • sprint performance
  • eccentric exercise
  • maximal strength
  • rugby sevens
William J KraemerSchool of Medical and Health Sciences, Edith Cowan Universit
  • resistance exercise
  • strength training
  • body composition
  • growth hormone
  • creatine supplementation
Richard L MarshDepartment of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Brown Univer
  • guinea fowl
  • blood flow
  • numida meleagris
  • contractile properties
  • metabolic acclimatization
Malcolm BurrowsDepartment of Zoology, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, U
  • motor neurons
  • hind legs
  • receptive fields
  • local interneurones
  • jumping mechanisms
Gerrit Jan van Ingen SchenauFaculty of Human Movement Sciences, Vrije Universiteit, Amst
  • speed skating
  • biarticular muscles
  • plantar flexion
  • mechanical output
  • passive resistance
Gregory D MyerDepartment of Orthopaedics, Emory University School of Medic
  • female athletes
  • acl injury
  • anterior cruciate
  • neuromuscular training
  • athletic injuries
Michael R M McGUIGANDepartment of Sport and Exercise Science, Auckland Universit
  • resistance training
  • running economy
  • rugby players
  • athletic performance
  • muscle damage

TAGS: intentional self-harm, jumping