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Current Issue: Volume 8, Issue 2 (2015)
Activity Profile Differences Between Sub-Elite Futsal Teams
Sera Dogramaci, Mark Watsford, and Aron Murphy
The Effects of High Intensity Interval-Based Kettlebells and Battle Rope Training on Grip Strength and Body Composition in College-Aged Adults
Jeffrey Quednow, Tim Sedlak, Joseph Meier, Jeffrey Janot, and Saori Braun
A Comparison of Aquatic- vs. Land-Based Plyometrics on Various Performance Variables
Mallory S. Kobak, Michael J. Rebold, Renee DeSalvo, and Ronald Otterstetter
Implementing a 4 Week Balance Protocol to Impact Quality of Life in Cancer Patients
Alyssa Bender, Lauren Braun, Kayla Franklin, Megan Kidd, and Nicole Rendler
Bone Turnover Response to Acute Exercise with Varying Impact Levels: A preliminary investigation
Amy L. Morgan, Jennifer Weiss, and Edward T. Kelley
Greater Physiological Responses While Playing XBox Kinect Compared to Nintendo Wii
Derek W. Marks, Lauren Rispen, and Gabriel Calara
Health-Related Fitness and Energy Expenditure in Recreational Youth Rock Climbers 8-16 Years of Age
Shannon R. Siegel, Jacob M. Robinson, Sean A. Johnston, Martin R. Lindley, and Karin A. Pfeiffer
Children in organized hockey: How much physical activity do they really get?
Carla van den Berg and Angela M. Kolen
Exercise in Individuals with Down Syndrome: A Brief Review
Rachel L. Kerstiens and Matt Green