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 9, Issue 5 (2016)
Monitoring interval-training responses for swimming using the 3-min all-out exercise test.
Samuel P. Courtright, Jade L. Williams, Ida E. Clark, Robert W. Pettitt, and Nathan D. Dicks
The Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Present Higher Sympathetic Cardiac Autonomic Modulation that is not Altered by Strength Training
Victor Barbosa Ribeiro, Gislaine Satyko Kogure, Rosana Maria Reis, Ada Clarice Gastaldi, João Eduardo Araújo, José Henrique Mazon, Audrey Borghi, and Hugo Celso Dutra Souza
Influence of Baseball Catcher Mask Design, Impact Location and Ball Trajectory on Head Acceleration
Jordan Siu, Alex Okonek, and Philip K. Schot
Natural Training Hydration Status, Sweat Rates, and Perception of Sweat Losses During Crossfit Training
Christina C. Cronin, Eric O'Neal, Jeffrey Simpson, Brandon L. Miller, Matt Green, Jean A. Helm Allen, and Shelby Boman
Adolescents and Self-Reported Physical Activity: An Evaluation of the Modified Godin Leisure-Time Exercise Questionnaire
Jacqueline Zelener and Margaret Schneider
Spatial Awareness is Related to Moderate Intensity Running during a Collegiate Rugby Match
Kyle S. Beyer, David H. Fukuda Ph.D., Amelia M. Miramonti, Mattan W. Hoffman, Ran Wang, Michael B. La Monica, Josh J. Riffe, Satoru Tanigawa Ph.D., Jeffrey R. Stout Ph.D., and Jay R. Hoffman Ph.D.
Effects of Acute Vaporized Nicotine in Non-Tobacco Users at Rest and during Exercise
Donovan L. Fogt, Michael A. Levi, Caroline A. Rickards, Steven P. Stelly, and William H. Cooke
Relationships Between Motor Coordination And Academic Achievement In Middle School Children
Daniel V. Chagas, Gustavo Leporace, and Luiz Alberto Batista
The Relationship Between Aerobic and Anaerobic Performance in Recreational Runners
Zachary M. Gillen, Frank B. Wyatt, Jason B. Winchester, Dalton A. Smith, and Vidhi Ghetia
Inter-correlations between laboratory Inter-correlations between laboratory and field-based tests of muscle contractile power
Mitchell J. Cameron and Robert Robergs
Quantifying Inter-Segmental Coordination during the Instep Soccer Kicks
Yumeng Li, Marion Alexander, Cheryl Glazebrook, and Jeff Leiter
The effects of eccentric, velocity-based training on strength and power in collegiate athletes
Samantha M. Dolezal, Tamra L. Llewellyn, and Derek L. Frese
Effects of a pre-workout energy drink supplement on upper body muscular endurance performance
Mitchel A. Magrini, Ryan J. Colquhoun, J Jay Dawes, and Doug B. Smith
90 Minutes of Moderate-Intensity Exercise does not attenuate Postprandial Triglycerides in Older Adults
Nathaniel G. Bodell and Trevor Gillum
Effects of 5-Hour ENERGY® Shot on Oxygen Consumption, Heart Rate, and Substrate Utilization During Submaximal and Maximal Exercise
Katherine Kinsinger, Burch Oglesby, Robert Ojiambo, Josh M. Johann, and Gary Liguori
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