Volume 2, Issue 3 (2009)
Academic and Research Programs in Exercise Science, South Korea
Kyung-Shin Park and Wook Song
Active Video/Arcade Games (Exergaming) and Energy Expenditure in College Students.
Shannon R. Siegel‡, Bryan L. Haddock‡, Andrea M. DuBois*, and Linda D. Wilkin‡
Physical Activity is Associated with Percent Body Fat and Body Composition but not BMI in White and Black College Students
Michael Zanovec†, Anantha P. Lakkakula†, Lisa G. Johnson‡, and Georgianna Tuuri‡
Predictors of ADL Disability in Culturally Diverse Older Adults
Fernanda Winchester†, Rebecca Ellis‡, Maria Kosma‡, Katie E. Cherry‡, Priscilla D. Allen‡, Pamela A. Monroe‡, and Robert H. Wood‡
Comparison of the Power Plate and Free Weight Exercises on Upper Body Muscle Endurance in Young Athletes
Elisabeth Boland*, Dan Boland*, Thomas Carroll‡, and William R. Barfield‡
Consequences of Weight Cycling: An Increase in Disease Risk?
Kelley Strohacker†, Katie C. Carpenter†, and Brian K. McFarlin‡
The Effects of Tempur Insoles on Ground Reaction Forces and Loading Rates in Running
Crystal Ruano*, Douglas Powell‡, Elizabeth T. Chalambaga*, and Doug Renshaw*
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