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I saw the entire video and I’m very impressed with your work. In this little time you have addressed some of the most important points. You video is very educational and instructive. I would like to request your permission to show this video on my lectures at Creighton University. Thank you for making this very impressive video with the construction of the Cyborg Beast. I’m sure it took a very long time to film and edit!
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Thanks, Jorge. Part 2 is up now. If I produce enough of these videos, maybe I can talk my wife into letting me get that new Mac Pro! ;)
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Thank you for this very important video Jeremy!
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I need the slicer cnc code result of the the .stl finger file...please. something is wrong with the slicer software and the Repetier host can't print the finger correctly. 
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Exercise physiology, muscle function, prosthetics, neuromuscular fatigue, electromyography, mechanomyography, muscle architecture, 3D modeling, and oxygen consumption kinetics.
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  • Creighton University
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    Professor of in the Department of Exercise Science at Creighton University. Teaching: Exercise Physiology (with Lab) (EXS 335), Nutrition for health and sport performance (EXS 350), Basic Statistics and Research Design (EXS 407). Research: Director of Biomedical Innovation Laboratory. Topics:Exercise physiology, muscle function, prosthetics, neuromuscular fatigue, electromyography, mechanomyography, muscle architecture, 3D modeling, and oxygen consumption kinetics.
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PUBLICATIONS      

 1.      Zuniga, J.M., T.J. Housh, C.L. Camic, , H.C. Bergstrom, D. A. Traylor, G.O. Johnson, and R.J. Schmidt. The effect of different exercise protocols and regression-based algorithms on the assessment of the anaerobic threshold. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, In Press.

 2.      Zuniga, J.M, M. Bubak, B.E. Fisher, D.E. Neighbors, H.S. Osowski, and A.N. Oyen. Electromyographic and gas exchange fatigue thresholds during incremental treadmill running. Journal of Athletic Medicine, 1(20: 92-103, 2013.

 3.      Zuniga, J.M., and M. H. Malek. Electromyographic responses of the superficial quadriceps femoris muscles during incremental treadmill running. Muscle & Nerve, doi: 10.1002/mus.23842.

 4.      Zuniga, J.M., T.J. Housh, C.L. Camic, , H.C. Bergstrom, D. A. Traylor, G.O. Johnson, and R.J. Schmidt. Neuromuscular and metabolic comparisons between ramp and step incremental cycle ergometer tests. Muscle & Nerve, 47(4):555-560, 2012

 5.      Zuniga, J.M., T.J. Housh, C.L. Camic, , H.C. Bergstrom, D. A. Traylor, G.O. Johnson, and R.J. Schmidt. Metabolic parameters for ramp versus step incremental cycle ergometer tests. Applied Physiology, nutrition, and Metabolism, 37(6):1110-1117, 2012

 6.      Zuniga, J.M., T.J. Housh, C.L. Camic, C.R. Hendrix, Michelle Mielke, G.O. Johnson, Dona J. Housh and R.J. Schmidt. The effects of Creatine Monohydrate Loading on Anaerobic Performance and 1-RM Strength Testing. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 26(6):1651-1656, 2012.

 7.      Zuniga, J.M., T.J. Housh, C.L. Camic, C.R. Hendrix, H.C. Bergstrom, G.O. Johnson, and R.J. Schmidt. The effects of skinfold thicknesses and innervations zone on the mechanomyographic signal during cycle ergometry. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 21(5):789-94, 2011.

 8.      Zuniga, J.M, T.J. Housh, C.L. Camic, M. Mielke, C.R. Hendrix, G.O. Johnson, D.J. Housh, and R.J. Schmidt.  Yearly changes in the anthropometric dimensions of female high school gymnasts. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 25(1): 124-128, 2011.

 9.      Zuniga, J.M., T.J. Housh, M. Mielke, C.R. Hendrix, C.L. Camic, G.O. Johnson, D.J. Housh, and R.J. Schmidt. Gender comparisons of anthropometric characteristics of young sprint swimmers. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 25(1): 103-108, 2011.

10.      Zuniga, J.M, T.J. Housh, C.L. Camic, C.R. Hendrix, R.J. Schmidt, M. Mielke, and G.O. Johnson. A mechanomyographic fatigue threshold test for cycling. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 31(9):636-643, 2010.

11.      Zuniga, J.M, K. E. Berg, J. Noble, J. Harder, M.E. Chaffin, V. S. Hanumanthu. Physiological responses to interval training with different intensities and duration of exercise.  Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 25(5):1279-1284, 2010.

12.      Zuniga, J.M., T.J. Housh, C.L. Camic, C.R. Hendrix, M. Mielke, R.J. Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson. The effects of accelerometer placement on mechanomyographic amplitude and mean power frequency during cycle ergometry. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 20(4):719-725, 2010.

13.      Zuniga, J.M., T.J. Housh, C.L. Camic, C.R. Hendrix, M. Mielke, R.J. Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson. The effects of parallel versus perpendicular electrode orientations on EMG amplitude and mean power frequency from the biceps brachii. Electromyography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 50(2):87-96, 2010.

14.      Zuniga, J.M., T.J. Housh, C.R. Hendrix, C.L. Camic, M. Mielke, R.J. Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson. The effects of electrode orientation on electromyographic amplitude and mean power frequency during cycle ergometry. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 184 (2):256-62, 2009.

15.      Zuniga, J.M., T.J. Housh, M. Mielke, C.L. Camic, C.R. Hendrix, G.O. Johnson, D.J. Housh, and R.J. Schmidt. Validity of Fat-Free Weight Equations for Estimating Mean and Peak Power in High School Wrestlers. Pediatric Exercise Science, 21 (1): 100-12, 2009.

16.      Herda, T.J, J.M. Zuniga, C. L. Camic, H.C. Bergstrom, D.B. Smith, J.P. Weir, J.T. Cramer, and T.J. Housh. Quantifying the Effects of Electrode Distance from the Innervation Zone on the Electromyographic Amplitude versus Torque Relationships. Physiological Measurement. 34(3):315-24, 2013.

17.      Bergstrom, H.C, T.J. Housh, J.M. Zuniga, D. A. Traylor, R.J. R.W. Lewis, Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson.  An examination of neuromuscular and metabolic fatigue thresholds. Physiological Measurement. 34(10):1253-67, 2013

18.      Bergstrom, H.C, T.J. Housh, J.M. Zuniga, C. L. Camic, D. A. Traylor, R.J. R.W. Lewis, Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson.  Differences among estimates of critical power and anaerobic work capacity derived from five mathematical model and the 3-min all-out test. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.  Doi: 10.1519/JSC.0b013e31829b576d.

19.      Bergstrom, H.C, T.J. Housh, J.M. Zuniga, E. D. Ryan, C. L. Camic, D. A. Traylor, R.J. Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson.  Responses during exhaustive exercise at critical power determined from the 3-min all-out test. Journal of Sports Sciences. In press.

20.      Bergstrom, H.C, T.J. Housh, J.M. Zuniga, C. L. Camic, D. A. Traylor, R.J. R.W. Lewis, Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson.  The Relationships Among Critical Power Determined by a 3-min All-out Test, Respiratory Compensation Point, Gas Exchange Threshold, and Ventilatory Threshold. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport. 84(2):232-238.

21.      Bergstrom, H.C, T.J. Housh, J.M. Zuniga, C. L. Camic, D. A. Traylor, R.J. Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson.  Metabolic and neuromuscular responses at critical power from the 3-min all-out test. Applied Physiology, nutrition, and Metabolism. 38(1):7-13.

22.      Bergstrom, H.C, T.J. Housh, J.M. Zuniga, C. L. Camic, D. A. Traylor, R.J. Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson. Estimated times to exhaustion and power outputs at the gas exchange threshold, physical working capacity at the rating of perceived exertion threshold, and respiratory compensation point. . Applied Physiology, nutrition, and Metabolism. 37:872-879, 2012.

23.      Bergstrom, H.C, T.J. Housh, J.M. Zuniga, C. L. Camic, D. A. Traylor, R.W. Lewis, R.J. Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson. Estimates of critical power and anaerobic work capacity from a single, all-out test of less than 3-min.  Sports Medicine & Doping Studies. 2(2):02-05, 2012.

24.      Bergstrom, H.C, T.J. Housh, J.M. Zuniga, C. L. Camic, D. A. Traylor, R.J. Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson. A new single work bout test to estimate critical power and anaerobic work capacity.  Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 26(3):656-63, 2012.

25.      Blaesser, R.J, L.M. Clous, C.F. Lee, J.M. Zuniga, M.H. Malek. Comparing EMG amplitude patterns of responses during dynamic exercise: polynomial versus log-transformed regression.  Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports. In Press.

26.      Olusola M. I., Hazamid N.A., Wahab A.K., Zuniga J.M. Machanomyography and muscle function assessment: A review of current state and prospects. Clinical Biomechanics Journal. In Review.

27.      Traylor, D.A., T.J. Housh, C. L. Camic, J.M. Zuniga, H. C. Berstrom, G.O. Johnson, and R.J. Schmidt. The effects of short-term isokinetic training on isometric and concentric torque of the forearm flexors in females.  Journal of Exercise Physiology online. 15(1):110-116, 2012.

28.      Traylor, D.A., T.J. Housh, C. L. Camic, J.M. Zuniga, H. C. Berstrom, G.O. Johnson, R.J. Schmidt, and R. W. Lewis. The effects of 3 days of concentric on isometric and concentric torque production of the forearm flexors.  Isokinetics and Exercise Science. 21 (1): 63-68, 2013.

29.      Camic, C.L., T.J. Housh, J.M. Zuniga, Bergstrom, R.J. Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson. mechanomyographic and electromyographic responses during fatiguing eccentric muscle actions of the leg extensors. Journal of applied Biomechanics. In Press.

30.      Camic, C.L., T.J. Housh, J.M. Zuniga, D. A. Traylor, H.C. Bergstrom, R.J. Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson. Electromyographic and mechanomyographic responses across repeated maximal isometric and concentric muscle actions of the leg extensors. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology. I 23(2):342-8.

31.      Camic, C.L., T.J. Housh, J.M. Zuniga, D. A. Traylor, H.C. Bergstrom, R.J. Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson. The effects of polyethylene glycosylated creatine supplementation on anaerobic performance measures and body composition. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.  In press.

32.      Camic, C.L., T.J. Housh, C.R. Hendrix, J.M. Zuniga, H.C. Bergstrom, R.J. Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson. The influence of the muscle fiber pennation angle and innervations zone on the identification of neuromuscular fatigue threshold during cycle ergometry. Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology, 21(1):33-40, 2010.

33.      Camic, C.L., T.J. Housh, J.P. Weir, J.M. Zuniga, C.R. Hendrix, M. Mielke, G.O. Johnson, D.J. Housh, and R.J. Schmidt. The influences of body-size variables on age-related increases in isokinetic peak torque in young wrestlers. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 24(9):2358-2365, 2010.

34.      Camic, C.L., C.R. Hendrix, T.J. Housh, J.M. Zuniga, M. Mielke, G.O. Johnson, and R.J. Schmidt. The effects of polyethylene glycosylated creatine supplementation on muscular strength and power. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 24(12): 3343-3351, 2010.

35.      Camic, C.L., T.J. Housh, G.O. Johnson, C.R. Hendrix, J.M. Zuniga, M. Mielke, and R.J. Schmidt. An EMG frequency-based test for estimating the neuromuscular fatigue threshold during cycle ergometry. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 108 (2):337-45, 2010.

36.      Camic, C.L., T.J. Housh, M. Mielke, J.M. Zuniga, C.R. Hendrix, G.O. Johnson, R.J. Schmidt, and D. J. Housh.  The effects of 4 weeks of an arginine-based supplement on the gas exchange threshold and peak oxygen uptake.  Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 35:286-293, 2010.

37.      Camic, C.L., T.J. Housh, J.M. Zuniga, C.R. Hendrix, M. Mielke, G.O. Johnson, and R.J. Schmidt. Effects of arginine-based supplements on the physical working capacity at the fatigue threshold. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 24(5):1306-1312, 2010.

38.      Camic, C.L., T.J. Housh, J.M. Zuniga, C.R. Hendrix, M. Mielke, G.O. Johnson, and R.J. Schmidt. The influence of electrode orientation on the electromyographic amplitude and mean power frequency versus isometric torque relationships for the vastus lateralis. Journal of Exercise Physiology-online, 13(1):10-20, 2010.

39.      Hendrix, C.R., T.J. Housh, C.L. Camic, J.M. Zuniga, G.O. Johnson, and R.J. Schmidt.  Comparing electromyographic and mechanomyographic frequency-based fatigue thresholds to critical torque during isometric forearm flexion.  Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 194(1):64-72, 2010.

40.      Hendrix, C.R., T.J. Housh, G.O. Johnson, M. Mielke, J.M. Zuniga, C.L. Camic, and R.J. Schmidt. The effect of epoch length on electromyographic mean power frequency and amplitude versus time relationships. Electromyography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 50(5):219-227, 2010.

41.      Hendrix, C.R., T.J. Housh, M. Mielke, J.M. Zuniga, C.L. Camic, G.O. Johnson, R.J. Schmidt, and D.J. Housh. Acute effects of a caffeine-containing supplement on bench press and leg extension strength and time to exhaustion during cycle ergometry. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 24(3):859-865, 2010.

42.      Hendrix, C.R., T.J. Housh, M. Mielke, J.M. Zuniga, C.L. Camic, G.O. Johnson, R.J. Schmidt, and D.J. Housh. Acute effects of a caffeine-containing supplement on bench press and leg extension strength and time to exhaustion during cycle ergometry. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 24(3):859-865, 2010.

43.      Hendrix, C.R., T.J. Housh, J.M. Zuniga, C.L. Camic, M. Mielke, G.O. Johnson, R.J. Schmidt, and D.J. Housh. Mechanomyographic frequency-based fatigue threshold test. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 187(1):1-7, 2010.

44.      Mielke, M., T.J. Housh, C.R. Hendrix, J.M. Zuniga, C.L. Camic, R.J. Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson. A test for determining critical heart rate using the critical power model. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 25(2): 504-510, 2010.

45.      Camic, C.L., T.J. Housh, M. Mielke, C.R. Hendrix, J.M. Zuniga, G.O. Johnson, D.J. Housh, and R.J. Schmidt. Age-related patterns of anthropometric characteristics in young wrestlers. Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise, 41 (5):1014-9, 2009.

46.      Hendrix, C.R., T.J. Housh, G.O. Johnson, M. Mielke, C.L. Camic, J.M. Zuniga, and R.J. Schmidt. A new EMC frequency-based fatigue threshold test. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 181 (1): 45-51, 2009.

47.      Hendrix, C.R., T.J. Housh, G.O. Johnson, M. Mielke, C.L. Camic, J.M. Zuniga, and R.J. Schmidt. Comparison of Critical Force to EMG Fatigue Thresholds during Isometric Leg Extension. Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise, 41 (4):956-965, 2009.

48.      Hendrix, C.R., T.J. Housh, M. Mielke, J.M. Zuniga, C.L. Camic, G.O. Johnson, and R.J. Schmidt. Critical torque, estimated time to exhaustion, and anaerobic work capacity from linear and nonlinear mathematical models. Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise, 41 (12):2185-90, 2009.

49.      Mielke, M., T.J. Housh, C.R. Hendrix, C.L. Camic, J.M. Zuniga, R.J. Schmidt, and G.O. Johnson. Oxygen Uptake, Heart Rate, and Ratings of Perceived Exertion at the Physical Work Capacity at the Oxygen Consumption Threshold (PWC). Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 23 (4): 1292-9, 2009.

50.      Chaffin, M., K. E. Berg, J.M. Zuniga, Vidya S. Hanumanthu. Pacing pattern in a 30-minute maximal cycling test. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 22(6): 2011-2017, 2008

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