Liverpool Skylilne

Faculty of Science

Dr Karl Gibbon

Dr Karl Gibbon

Telephone: 0151 231 2621


Journal article

Gibbon KC, Debuse D, Hibbs A, Caplan N. 2017. Reliability and Precision of Sonography of the Lumbar Multifidus and Transversus Abdominis During Dynamic Activities Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine, 36 :571-581 >DOI

Ian Gee T, Caplan N, Christian Gibbon K, Howatson G, Grant Thompson K. 2016. Investigating the Effects of Typical Rowing Strength Training Practices on Strength and Power Development and 2,000 m Rowing Performance Journal of Human Kinetics, 50 :167-177 >DOI

Gibbon KC, Debuse D, Hibbs A, Caplan N. 2015. Interday Reliability and Precision of Lumbar Multifidus and Transversus Abdominis Thickness Change During Dynamic Activities Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 47 :256-256 >DOI

Stone M, Gibbon K, Collins J. 2015. Effects Of Training Status On The Recovery Time Course Of Heart Rate Variability Following Exercise. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 47 :50-51 >DOI

Caplan N, Gibbon K, Hibbs A, Evetts S, Debuse D. 2014. Phasic-to-tonic shift in trunk muscle activity relative to walking during low-impact weight bearing exercise Acta Astronautica, 104 :388-395 >DOI

Gee TI, French DN, Gibbon KC, Thompson KG. 2013. Consistency of Pacing and Metabolic Responses during 2000-m Rowing Ergometry International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance, 8 :70-76 >DOI

Gibbon KC, Debuse D, Caplan N. 2013. Low impact weight-bearing exercise in an upright posture achieves greater lumbopelvic stability than overground walking Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, 17 :462-468 >DOI

Gee TI, French DN, Howatson G, Gibbon K, Caplan N, Moloney SB, Corkery A, Toms CJ, Thompson KG. 2011. The effect of a series of strength training sessions on 2000 m rowing ergometer performance and muscle function British Journal of Sports Medicine, 45 :A14-A14 >DOI

Tallent J, Goodall S, Gibbon KC, Hortobágyi T, Howatson G. Enhanced Corticospinal Excitability and Volitional Drive in Response to Shortening and Lengthening Strength Training and Changes Following Detraining Frontiers in Physiology, 8 >DOI