The primary aim of the International Journal of Exercise Science (IJES) 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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To maintain a happy editorial board and reviewer pool, the International Journal of Exercise Science will reduce our normal staffing during June and July. Any manuscripts submitted during these months may not begin the pre-review process until August. Additionally, manuscripts under review during these months may take longer than our normal time course to complete. It is suggested to submit well in advance of these months in order to avoid any delays.
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Current Issue: Volume 13, Issue 7 (2020) Physical Activity and Epidemiology
Step Count Reliability and Validity of Five Wearable Technology Devices While Walking and Jogging in both a Free Motion Setting and on a Treadmill
Jeffrey Montes, Richard Tandy, John Young, Szu-Ping Lee, and James Navalta
The Effect of Timing and Type of Exercise on the Quality of Sleep in Trained Individuals
Victoria Burgess, Jose Antonio, Helen Bland, Ronald Wagner, Jaime Tartar, and Bridget Melton
A Single Bout of Foam Rolling Increases Flexibility of the Hip Adductor Muscles without Compromising Strength
Gavin Connolly, Roger L. Hammer, Joseph A. Powell, and Paul L. O'Connor
Effects of Intermittent Fasting and Physical Activity on Salivary Expression of Reduced Glutathione and Interleukin-1b
Colton Allen, Brandon Sellers, Mackinzie Smith, Alyssa Edwards, Kirsten Gateless, Bailey Aab, Kalee Sherrard, Carl Bolyard, and Shawn Stover
Effects of Three Modest Levels of Proximal Loading on Marathon Pace Running Economy
Jackson W. Gaddie, Emily P. Kennedy, Matt Green, Lauren G. Killen, Braxton A. Linder, Angela A. Heinkel, and Eric K. O'Neal
Accuracy of 5 Common Age-Predicted Maximal Heart Rate Equations
Daniel Shookster, Bryndan Lindsey, Nelson Cortes, and Joel Martin
Long-term Tennis Participation and Health Outcomes: An Investigation of “Lifetime” Activities
Katherine E. Spring, Megan E. Holmes, and JohnEric W. Smith
A Comparative Analysis Of Army Body Composition Standards For Women
Adam G. Tedford, Veronika Pribyslavska, Lance G. Bryant, and Eric M. Scudamore
Use of Heart Rate Index to Predict Oxygen Uptake – A Validation Study
Jie Kang, Nicholas A. Ratamess, Avery D. Faigenbaum, Jill A. Bush-Wallace, Christopher Roser, Devyn Montemarano, Hannah Mercado, Morgan Choma, Christian Mendez, and Matthew Pollock
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There is a fee to be indexed in PubMed Central. Beginning April 1, 2019, authors agree to pay the following indexing fee if the article is accepted for publication: $150USD if a student is the primary author, $300USD if a professional is the primary author. The other indexing services are free of charge.