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 3 (2016)
Body Image Dissatisfaction: Responses Between Male and Female Exercisers and Non-Exercisers
Katie Melching, Matt Green, Eric K. O'Neal, and Lee Renfroe
Physiological Characteristics of Youth Synchronized Skaters
Laura E. Fischer M.Ed., Lynn A. Darby Ph.D., Amy L. Morgan Ph.D., and David A. Tobar Ph.D.
The Acute Effect of Pilates Exercise on Lower Extremity Maximal Strength
Heather Monger and Blain C. Harrison
Factors Influencing Muscular Strength and Endurance in Disadvantaged Children From Low-Income Families
Yi Fang, Ryan D. Burns, James C. Hannon, and Timothy A. Brusseau
Do Girls With Excess Adiposity Perform Poorer Motor Skills Than Their Leaner Peers?
Daniel V. Chagas, Joyce F. Carvalho, and Luiz A. Batista
Power Training and Functional Performance in Middle Aged Women: A Pilot Study
Mitchel A. Magrini, J. Jay Dawes, Craig Elder, and Mary Ann Kluge
Exercise-Induced Glycogen Reduction Increases Muscle Activity
Matthew S. Tenan, J. Troy Blackburn, and Robert G. McMurray
Individual Differences in the Programming of Rapid Bimanual Movements: Are Two Modes Better Than One?
Ashley N. Vander Does and David E. Sherwood
Effects of static stretching on squat performance in Division I female athletes
Clare F. Heisey and J. Derek Kingsley
A Bayesian Inference Comparing Collegiate Female Cyclists to Elite Female Cyclists from a Meta-Analysis
Frank B. Wyatt, Mihir Dhimar, and Yesha Shah
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