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Current Issue: Volume 16, Issue 7 (2023) Digital Health, Physical Activity and Epidemiology
The metabolic and physiological demands of a simulated fire ground test versus a live-fire training evolution in professional firefighters
Drew Edward Gonzalez, Hunter Waldman, and Matthew J. McAllister
Heart Rate Response and Locomotor Activity of Female Skateboarders, BIPOC Skateboarders, and Non-skateboard Users During a Typical Session at a Community Skatepark
Jeff A. Nessler, Alivia L. Lundquist, Natalie Casas Jimenez, and Sean C. Newcomer
Energy Costs of Chair Sitting and Standing Video Exercises in Chinese Older Adults, Ages 60 to 89 years
Zhenghua Cai, Minghui Quan, Muyang Huan, Guangli Sun, Stephen D. Herrmann, Barbara E. Ainsworth, and Peijie Chen
The efficacy of Ruesi Dadton and Yoga on reducing Neck and Shoulder Pain in Office Workers
Bussaraporn Thanasilungkoon, SUNYARN NIEMPOOG, KUSUMA SRIYAKUL, PARUNKUL TUNGSUKRUTHAI, CHUNTIDA KAMALASHIRAN, and SOMBOON KIETINUN
Impact of 10-Week Evidence–Based Falls Prevention Program on Outcomes Related to Falls Risk in Community-Dwelling Older Adults
Mark A. Schafer, Paula Upright, Jana Michalik, and K. Jason Crandall
Muscle Architecture and Maximal Strength between Male Practitioners of Functional Fitness Training and Strength Training
Silas Nery de Oliveira, Grazieli Maria Biduski Zapello, Débora Aparecida Knihs, Gabriela Fischer, and Antônio Renato Pereira Moro
Recovery Effects of Foam Rolling on Psychophysiological Responses in Thai National Male Ice Hockey Players
Fuengfa Khobkhun, Rakchai Sukwiboon, Papatsorn Ramyarangsi, Mark Willems, and Amornpan Ajjimaporn
The Effect of Topical Cannabidiol on the Progression Rate of Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness
Anastasia Alpy, George Yusuff, Michele Aquino, John Petrizzo, Robert M. Otto, John Wygand, and Troy Simpson
Assessing the Validity of Several Heart Rate Monitors in Wearable Technology While Mountain Biking
Bryson Carrier, Robert W. Salatto, Dustin W. Davis, Jacquelyn Sertic, Brenna Barrios, Graham R. McGinnis, Tedd Girouard, Benjamin E. Burroughs, and James W. Navalta
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