Roger Kollock PhD, AT, CSCS

Assistant Professor of Athletic Training/Exercise Sports Oxley College of Health Sciences
Kinesiology and Rehabilitative Sciences
Curriculum Vitae [PDF]


Dr. Roger Kollock is Assistant Professor and Director of the Biomechanics Research Laboratory within the Oxley College of Health Sciences. He received his postdoctoral training at Auburn University’s Warrior Research Center. He holds a Ph.D. in Human Movement Science from Old Dominion University.

Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, Auburn University
Ph.D., Old Dominion University
M.A., East Tennessee State University
B.S., Gardner-Webb University

His research interests centers around neuromuscular and biomechanical characteristics influencing injury risk in traditional and nontraditional athletes such as firefighters and military personnel. The aim of his research agenda is to develop evidence-based approaches for optimizing performance and reducing injury risk in athletic populations.

The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.

Journal Articles

Sanders G, Boos B, Rhodes J, Kollock R, Peacock C. Competition-Based Heart Rate, Training Load, and Time Played Above 85% Peak Heart Rate in NCAA Division I Women's Basketball. Journal of strength and conditioning research. 2018.

Hale, D., Kollock, R., Resnick, P. (In Review). Development of the muscle mass obtainment inventory. Journal of Exercise and Nutrition.

Kollock R, Hale D, Vogelpohl R, et al. The Influence of Body Armor on Balance and Movement Quality. International journal of exercise science. 2018;11(1):648-656.

Sanders G, Roll B, Peacock C, Kollock R. Maximum Movement Workloads and High-Intensity Workload Demands by Position in NCAA Division I Collegiate Football. Journal of strength and conditioning research. 2018.

Hale, W & Kollock R. (2018). Perceptions of doping in competitive male cyclists using the performance enhancement attitudes survey. Journal of Exercise and Nutrition, 1(2), 1-4.

Hale, W & Kollock R. (2018). Eating attitudes in competitive male category cyclists. Applied Research in Coaching and Athletics Annual, 33, 170-184.

Kollock R, Van Lunen B, Ringleb S, Onate J. The Use of Maximum Strength Measures as a Predictor of Rapid Force Production and Strength Endurance. International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training. 2017;22(2):48-59.

Peveler W, Shew B, Johnson S, Sanders G, Kollock R. Comparison of ventilatory measures and 20 km time trial performance. International Journal of Exercise Science. 2017;10(4):640-648.

Strube E, Sumner A, Kollock R, et al. The Effect of Military Load Carriage on Postural Sway, Forward Trunk Lean, and Pelvic Girdle Motion. International journal of exercise science. 2017;10(1):25-36.

Kollock R, Andrews C, Johnston A, et al. A meta-analysis to determine if lower extremity muscle strengthening should be included in military knee overuse injury-prevention programs. Journal of Athletic Training. 2016;51(11):919-926.

Kollock R, Games K, Wilson A, Sefton J. Vehicle exposure and spinal musculature fatigue in military warfighters: A meta-analysis. Journal of Athletic Training. 2016;51(11):981-990.

Kollock R, Cortes N, Greska E, Onate J. Peak Torque as an Indicator of Rapid Torque Production during Screening Examinations. Journal of Sports Science. 2016;4:257-264.

Games K, Kollock R, Windham J, Fischer G, Sefton J. Tissue Changes During Operational Load Bearing in UH-60 Aircrew Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Aerospace medicine and human performance. 2015;86(9):815-818.

Kollock R, Games K, Wilson A, Sefton J. Effects of vehicle-ride exposure on cervical pathology: a meta-analysis. Industrial health. 2015;53(3):197-205.

Kollock R, Van Lunen B, Ringleb S, Oñate J. Measures of functional performance and their association with hip and thigh strength. Journal of athletic training. 2015;50(1):14-22.

Vogelpohl R, Kollock R. Isokinetic Rotator Cuff Functional Ratios and the Development of Shoulder Injury in Collegiate Baseball Pitchers. International Journal of Athletic Therapy & Training. 2015;20(3).

Cortes N, Greska E, Ambegaonkar J, Kollock R, Caswell S, Onate J. Knee kinematics is altered post-fatigue while performing a crossover task. Knee surgery, sports traumatology, arthroscopy : official journal of the ESSKA. 2014;22(9):2202-2208.

Cortes N, Greska E, Kollock R, Ambegaonkar J, Onate J. Changes in lower extremity biomechanics due to a short-term fatigue protocol. Journal of athletic training. 2013;48(3):306-313.

Kollock R, Van Lunen B, Linza J, Onate J. Comparison of Isometric Portable Fixed Dynamometry to Isokinetic Dynamometry for Assessment of Hip Strength. International Journal of Athletic Therapy & Training. 2013;18(6).

Onate J, Dewey T, Kollock R, et al. Real-time intersession and interrater reliability of the functional movement screen. Journal of strength and conditioning research / National Strength & Conditioning Association. 2012;26(2):408-415.

Kollock R, Onate J, Van Lunen B. The reliability of portable fixed dynamometry during hip and knee strength assessments. Journal of athletic training. 2010;45(4):349-356.

Kollock R, Onate J, Van Lunen B. Assessing muscular strength at the hip joint. athletic therapy today. 2008;13(2):18.

National Athletic Trainers Association

ATRG 4713 Biomechanics