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Current Issue: Volume 14, Issue 7 (2021) Digital Health, Physical Activity and Epidemiology
Effect of Large Versus Small Range of Motion in the Various Intensities of Eccentric Exercise-Induced Muscle Pain and Strength
Chakravarthy M. Sadacharan and Sumin Seo
Lumbar Multifidus Muscle Thickness During Graded Quadruped And Prone Exercises
Konstantinos Dafkou, Eleftherios Kellis, Athanasios Ellinoudis, and Chrysostomos Sahinis
Ordinal Statistical Models of Physical Activity Levels from Accelerometer Data
Shafayet S. Hossain, Drew M. Lazar, and Munni Begum
The 6-week Effects of HIIT on Biomarkers of Tissue and Oxidative Damage in Wistar Rats Previously Supplemented with Pyridoxine
Jéssica Danielle Matos, Felipe J. Aidar, Dihogo Gama de Matos, José Uilien de Oliveira, Ailton Santos Sena Júnior, Jymmys Lopes dos Santos, Anderson Carlos Marçal, and Silvan Silva de Araújo
An Assessment of Mobile Applications Designed to Address Physical Activity During Pregnancy and Postpartum
Rachel A. Tinius, Mackenzie Polston, Hannah Bradshaw, Paula Ashley, Ashley Greene, and Angel Parker
Physiological Responses to Active Video Games Compared to Treadmill Walking and TV Watching in Obese Children and Adolescents
Ramzi Majaj, Trent Scott, Ryan Moran, Dana Kimberly, Tamekia Jones, and Webb Smith
Validity and Test-retest Reliability of the Jumpo App for Jump Performance Measurement
Amilton Vieira, Anthony J. Blazevich, Alexandre Souza da Costa, James J. Tufano, and Martim Bottaro
Effects of Resistance Training on Muscle Quality Index, Muscle Strength, Functional Capacity, and Serum Immunoglobulin Levels between Obese and Non-obese Older Women
Paulo Silva, Dahan da Cunha Nascimento, Ivo Vieira de Sousa Neto, Silvana Funghetto, Ramires Tibana, James W. Navalta, Fabiani Beal, and Jonato Prestes
Training on a Lower Body Positive Pressure Treadmill With Body Weight Support does not Improve Aerobic Capacity
David K. Lee, Natalie Maltz, James Becker, and Joshua A. Cotter
Prediction and Cross-validation of an Energy Expenditure Equation in Walking or Running in Asian Adults
XI JIN, Teresa Carithers, and Mark Loftin
The Effect of Compression Socks on Maximal Exercise Performance and Recovery in Insufficiently Active Adults
Alexander H.K. Montoye, Alexandra A. Mithen, Haven L. Westra, Summer S. Besteman, and Brian C. Rider
Reduced Injury Prevalence in Soccer Athletes Following GPS Guided Acclimatization
Montgomery Bertschy, Jeffrey Howard, Sakiko Oyama, and Kelly Cheever
The Effect of Rest Interval Length on Upper and Lower Body Exercises in Resistance-Trained Females
Desmond J. Millender, Zachary A. Mang, Jason R. Beam, Rogelio A. Realzola, and Leonard Kravitz
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