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Volume 10, Issue 5 (2017)

Invited Editorial

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Blood Flow Restriction Training: Implementation into Clinical Practice
William R. VanWye, Alyssa Weatherholt, and Alan E. Mikesky

Original Research

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Irisin and Fibronectin Type III Domain-Containing 5 Responses to Exercise in Different Environmental Conditions
Matthew Bubak, Matthew W.S. Heesch, Robert J. Shute, Nicholas E. Dinan, Terence L. Laursen, D. Taylor La Salle, and Dustin R. Slivka

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Pilot Study of Endurance Runners and Brain Responses Associated with Delay Discounting
Laura E. Martin, Jason-Flor V. Sisante, David R. Wilson, Angela A. Moody, Cary R. Savage, and Sandra A. Billinger

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Effect of Sedentary and Physical Activities on Children’s Food Choice
Allison M. Barry, Jesse L. Rhoades, John S. Fitzgerald, Dennis J. Caine, Dalonda L. Dalin, and Tanis J. Walch

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Fluid Intake and Sweat Rate During Hot Yoga Participation
Stephanie Campbell, Robert C. Pritchett, Katie Cederburg, Tim Burnham, and Kelly C. Pritchett

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Recovery in Level 7-10 USA Artistic Gymnastics
Stephen Buckner, Nicholas T. Bacon, and Phillip Bishop

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Wrist-Worn Physical Activity Trackers Tend To Underestimate Steps During Walking
Tiffany Sears, Elmer Alvalos, Samantha Lawson, Ian McAlister, L. Chris Eschbach, and Jennifer Bunn

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Run Economy on a Normal and Lower Body Positive Pressure Treadmill
Corey Temple, Erik Lind, Deborah van Langen, Larissa True, Saige Hupman, and James F. Hokanson

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A Prospective Study Comparing Distance-based vs. Time-based Exercise Prescriptions of Walking and Running in Previously Sedentary Overweight Adults
Cody E. Morris, John C. Garner III, Scott G. Owens, Melinda W. Valliant, Hunter DeBusk, and Mark Loftin

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Blood Pressure and Cardiovascular Health Has Relationship with Age in Adults During Adulthood
Allyson K. Getty; Jessica M. Lenzo; Tia R. Wisdo; Joyann E. Oakman; Christina M. Cromwell; Jessica A. Hill; Lauren N. Chavis; and Deborah L. Feairheller, PhD

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Understanding Why Undergraduate Students Declare and Continue to Study an Exercise Science-Related Major
Matthew Vaartstra, Vanessa Kercher, Amanda Start, Amber Brown, Mark Peterson, and Ryan McGrath

Co-Editors-in-Chief

T. Scott Lyons, PhD, FACSM
Western Kentucky University
James W. Navalta, PhD, FACSM
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
 

Associate Editor-in-Chief

Brian K. McFarlin, PhD, FACSM
University of North Texas
 

Assistant Editor-in-Chief

Whitley Stone, PhD
University of Central Missouri
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