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Dr Vassilis GERODIMOS

Gerodimos V

Position
Professor

Subject
Training & Physical Conditioning

Building: C

Office: 20

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Phone: +30 24310 47005

Fax: +30 24310 47042

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Personal Webpage:
http://www.vgerodimos.gr

Research Expertise
Muscular adaptations to exercise, exercise testing and prescription in health and sports, vibration training, isometric and isokinetic evaluation
Brief Portrait
Vassilis Gerodimos is an professor of Training & Physical Conditioning in the Department of Physical Education and Sport Science at the University of Thessaly, Greece. He received his BSc in Sports Science (1994) and his PhD in Physical Performance and Health (2002) from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. He has worked (1999-2003) as a part time lecturer in the Department of Physical Education and Sports Science at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki teaching courses related to Training and Coaching. Since 2003, Dr. Gerodimos is a faculty member at the Department of Physical Education and Sports Science at the University of Thessaly teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses related to physical conditioning and evaluation in health and sports. He has published 7 books-chapters in books and more than 60 peer reviewed papers in International and Greek journals, and has presented more than 100 papers in international conferences in the areas of physical conditioning, team sports, evaluation and health.His work has been internationally recognized and has been cited by more than 750 other authors. He serves as a reviewer for several journals in the sports science field. As a principal investigator he has secured more than 600.000€, the last four years, from 6 research grants. He has also participated in more than 15 research grants. His research interests include muscular adaptations to exercise, exercise testing and prescription in health and sports, vibration training, isometric and isokinetic evaluation. He is also an experienced coach of physical conditioning in basketball, and he has worked in many elite basketball teams in Greece and Poland.
Selected Publications
1 Gerodimos, V., Zafeiridis, A., Karatrantou, K., Vasilopoulou, T., Chanou, K., & Pispirikou, E. (2010). The acute effects of different whole-body vibration amplitudes and frequencies on flexibility and vertical jumping performance. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 13(4):438-443. (IF2010:2.54, PubMed).
2 Gerodimos V. &Karatrantou K. (2013). Reliability of maximal handgrip strength test in pre-pubertal and pubertal wrestlers. Pediatric Exercise Science, 25: 308-322. (IF2013:1.71, PubMed).
3 Gerodimos V., Karatrantou K., Dipla K., Zafeiridis A., Tsiakaras N., & Sotiriadis S. (2013). Age-related differences in handgrip strength in wrestlers and non-athlete controls throughout the developmental years. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 27: 616-623. (IF2013:1.83, PubMed).
4 GerodimosV.,A. Zafeiridis, S. Perkos, K. Dipla, V. Manou, andS. Kellis. (2008). The Contribution of Stretch-Shortening Cycle and Arm-Swing to Vertical Jumping Performance in Children, Adolescents, and Adult Basketball Players.Pediatric Exercise Science, 20(4):379-389. (IF2008:1.0, PubMed).
5 Karatrantou K., Gerodimos V., Dipla K., & Zafeiridis A. (2013). Whole-body vibration training improves flexibility, strength profile of knee flexors, and hamstrings-to-quadriceps strength ratioin females. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 16: 477-481. (IF2013:3.03, PubMed).
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