ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE EDITORS
There are two major changes coming up in 2017 with the International Journal of Exercise Science. First, we are going from publishing quarterly to publishing bi-monthly. That will result in six issues per year rather than four. Also, we are going to start publishing papers as they are accepted rather than waiting to publish an issue "all at once." This will be great for our authors as their research will be in print sooner.
These are exciting changes, and they are due to the outstanding support of this journal from students and professionals worldwide. The Editors greatly appreciate your continued support of the International Journal of Exercise Science.
The primary aim of the International Journal of Exercise Science is to engage undergraduate and graduate students in scholarly activity as authors and reviewers as they develop into professionals. In accordance with this aim, on manuscript submissions it is mandatory that at least one author be a student that has played a prominent role in the overall study (see About IJES).
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Current Issue: Volume 10, Issue 4 (2017)
Physical Activity and Physical Fitness in Pediatric Obesity: What are the First Steps for Clinicians? Expert Conclusion from the 2016 ECOG Workshop
Grace O´Malley, Susanne Ring-Dimitriou, Paulina Nowicka, Andrea Vania, Marie-Laure Frelut, Nathalie Farpour-Lambert, Daniel Weghuber, and David Thivel
Rollers Versus Trainers: 10-Km Time Trial
Wayland Tseh, Tate Devlin, Taylor Milleson, and T V. Barreira
Effects of Nasal or Oral Breathing on Anaerobic Power Output and Metabolic Responses
Christine Recinto, Theodore Efthemeou, P. Tony Boffelli, and James W. Navalta
Differences between the Grab Start and Track Start in Collegiate Swimmers
Alexander S. Dassoff, Naomi R. Forward, and Charlie P. Katica
Sleep-hygiene education improves sleep indices in elite female athletes
Shannon O'Donnell and Matthew W. Driller
Cortisol and Alpha-amylase changes during an Ultra-Running Event
Whitney P. DeNeen and Alexis Jones
Correlation between the Functional Movement Screen and Hip Mobility in NCAA Division II Athletes
Matt T. Jenkins, Robert Gustitus, Mike Iosia, Taz Kicklighter, and Yuichi Sasaki
The Effect of Betaine on Nitrate and Cardiovascular Response to Exercise
J. Luke Pryor, Stephen A. Wolf, Gary Sforzo, and Tom Swensen
Effects of 12 weeks of physical training on body composition and physical fitness in military recruits
Leandra C B Campos, Fabio A D Campos, Thiago A R Bezerra, and Idico L. Pellegrinotti
Physiological Characteristics of Projected Starters and Non-Starters in the Field Positions from a Division I Women’s Soccer Team
Fabrice G. Risso, Farzad Jalilvand, Ashley J. Orjalo, Matthew R. Moreno, Deshaun L. Davis, Samantha A. Birmingham-Babauta, John J. Stokes, Alyssa A. Stage, Tricia M. Liu, Dominic V. Giuliano, Adrina Lazar, and Robert G. Lockie
The Effects of Work-to-Rest Ratios on Torque, Electromyographic, and Mechanomyographic Responses to Fatiguing Workbouts
Ethan C. Hill, Terry J. Housh, Cory M. Smith, Kristen C. Cochrane, Nathaniel D.M. Jenkins, Richard J. Schmidt, and Glen O. Johnson
Mathematical Modeling and Expression of Heart Rate Deflection Point Using Heart Rate and Oxygen Consumption
Kayla M. Baker, David H. Fukuda Ph.D., David Church, Michael B. La Monica, Kyle S. Beyer, Jay R. Hoffman, and Jeffrey R. Stout Ph.D.
King-Devick Performance Following Moderate and High Exercise Intensity Bouts.
Billymo Rist, Adrian Cohen, and Alan J. Pearce
Changes in running economy, respiratory exchange ratio and VO2max in runners following a 10-day altitude training camp
Sebastian R. Diebel, Ian Newhouse, David S. Thompson, and Vineet B.K. Johnson
Mood and Performance Anxiety in High School Basketball Players: A Pilot Study
Steffen J. Hoover, Rachel K. Winter, Holly McCutchan, Christina C. Beaudoin, Lawrence W. Judge, Lani M. Jones, Brianna Leitzlar, and Donald L. Hoover
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