The list of scientific papers and Pose Method research provided here may not include all papers, articles and scientific works. Presented here are the works currently available for public information.


  • Determining key biomechanical performance parameters in novice female rowers using the Rosenberg and Pose techniques during a 1 km ergometer time trial. (Fletcher, G., Bartlett, R., Docksteadder, A. and Romanov, N.,  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF SPORT,15, 723-748, 2015)
  • Critical comment on the current athletic sprint start and a new Pose sprint start technique. (Fletcher, G., Bartlett, R. and Romanov, N.S.  APPLIED RESEARCH IN COACHING AND ATHLETICS ANNUAL, 30, 15-39, 2015)
  • The Effectiveness of a 6-Week Intervention Program Aimed at Modifying Running Style in Patients With Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome. (ORTHOPEDIC JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE, March 2015)
  • A case study of two national standard sprinters completing a pose and traditional sprint start technique. Fletcher, G., Bartlett, R. and Romanov, N.S. (JOURNAL OF  ATHLETIC ENHANCEMENT, 3, 2., 2014)
  • General Movement Theory. (CHUVASH STATE PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY, Text book, 2014)
  • Specifics in Running Kinematics Developed by Pose Method in Disabled Sprinters with Cerebral Palsy. (INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THERAPY AND REHABILITATION, 2012)
  • A Theoretical Analysis of a Truly Synchronous Rowing Technique: The New Pose Method and Three Well-established Rowing Techniques. (APPLIED RESEARCH IN COACHING AND ATHLETICS Annual, Volume 27, 2012)
  • Pose Method Specific Technique and Training for Para-Sprinters Diagnosed with Childhood Cerebral Palsy. (CHUVASH STATE PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY, Russia 2012)
  • Forefoot running improves pain and disability associated with chronic exertional compartment syndrome. (AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SPORTS MEDICINE, 2012)
  • Effects of forefoot running on chronic exertional compartment syndrome. (INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORTS PHYSICAL THERAPY, 2011)
  • A Comparison of Pedaling Mechanics in Experienced Pose and Traditional Cyclists. (UNIVERSITY OF THE FRASER VALLEY, BC, CANADA; POSE TECH, MIAMI, FL, USA; BRUNEL UNIVERSITY, LONDON, UK, 2011)
  • Effect of ‘Pose’ Cycling on Efficiency and Pedaling Mechanics. (Centre for Sports Medicine and Human Performance, Brunel University; EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSIOLOGY, 2011)
  • Biomechanical performance factors in Pose running and Heel-toe running. (INTERNATIONAL QUARTERLY OF SPORTS SCIENCE, 2, 1-9., 2010)
  • Gravity’s role in accelerated running – a comparison of an experienced Pose® and heel-toe runner. (INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF SPORTS BIOMECHANICS, XXV11, 374-377, 2009)
  • The Pose Method Technique Improves Running Performance Without Economy Changes. (INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SPORTS SCIENCE & COACHING, 2008)
  • Runners Do Not Push Off the Ground But Fall Forwards Via a Gravitational Torque. (SPORTS BIOMECHANICS JOURNAL, 2007)
  • The Pose Method: A Biomechanical And Physiological Comparison with Heel-Toe Running. (SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY, UK, 2007)
  • Geometry of Running. (EUROPEAN COLLEGE OF SPORT SCIENCE, July 5-8, 2006 Switzerland)
  • Running: Problems of Teaching and Training. (THEORY AND PRACTICE OF PHYSICAL CULTURE, April 2005 Russia)
  • Effect of a global alteration of running technique on kinematics and economy. (JOURNAL OF SPORT SCIENCE, 2005)
  • Reduced Eccentric Loading of the Knee with the Pose Running Method (MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE, 2004)
  • Role of Gravity in Pedaling Technique in Cycling. (THEORY AND PRACTICE OF PHYSICAL CULTURE, No.5, Russia 2004)
  • Impact Forces at the Knee Joint – A Comparative Study on Running Styles (FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY, 2001)
  • Raising Reliability Level of Elite High Jumpers’ Performance at the Stage of Immediate Pre-Competition Preparation. (THE STATE CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF PHYSICAL CULTURE, Russia 1990)
  • The Pose Method of Teaching Running Technique. (Russian Edition, CHUVASH STATE UNIVERSITY, Russia 1988)

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