Loren’s research integrates the fields of anatomy, physiology and biomechanics to study human performance.
Current research investigates the generation of muscle strength and its role in multi-joint movement.
Loren has also conducted extensive research in the areas of:
- Analysis and optimization of multi-segmental motor skills
- Acute responses and chronic adaptations to resistance training
- Transfer of training to motor skill performance
In a addition to research, a major component of the NMRP is knowledge translation. This includes the training of high-performance athletes, performance assessment and evaluation, and injury consultations. The success of the program is due to the interaction of research and practice to drive scientific innovation.