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Current Issue: Volume 8, Issue 3 (2015)
Sensitivity of Prescribing High-Intensity, Interval Training Using the Critical Power Concept
Robert W. Pettitt, Ashley M. Placek, Ida E. Clark, Nicholas A. Jamnick, and Steven R. Murray
The Acute Effects of Whole-Body Corrective Exercise on Postural Alignment
Nicole Rencher; James D. George; Pat R. Vehrs; Sarah E, Ridge; and Gilbert W. Fellingham
The Relationship of Gender and Self-Efficacy on Social Physique Anxiety among College Students
Sara M. Rothberger, Brandonn Harris, Daniel Czech, and Bridget F. Melton
Effects of Caffeine on Repeated Upper/Lower Body Wingates and Handgrip Performance
Thomas Andre, Matt Green, Joshua Gann, Eric O'Neal, and Tom Coates
Risk of Disordered Eating among Division I Female College Athletes
Elizabeth Wells, Alexandra Chin, Jennifer Tacke, and Jennifer Bunn
Relation of Income and Education Level with Cardiorespiratory Fitness
Erik A. Willis, Dave White, Alex Shafer, Kristofer Wisniewski, Fredric L. Goss, Laurel B. Chiapetta, Vincent C. Arena, Robert J. Robertson, and Elizabeth F. Nagle
Effect of Beetroot Juice on Self-Regulated, Moderate-Intensity Exercise
Jordyn N. Rienks, Andrea A. Vanderwoude, Elizabeth Maas, Zachary M. Blea, and Andrew W. Subudhi
Evaluation of a New Automated Pulmonary Gas Analysis System
Tove Hallenstål, Ida Sundqvist, Michael Svensson, and Ji-Guo Yu Dr.
Use and Misuse of the Likert Item Responses and Other Ordinal Measures
Phillip A. Bishop and Robert L. Herron