Volume 3, Issue 3 (2010)
Prevalence of Plagiarism in Manuscript Submissions and Solutions
Brian K. McFarlin, T Scott Lyons, and James W. Navalta
Recreational Cyclists: The Relationship Between Low Back Pain and Training Characteristics
Samantha J. Schulz and Susan J. Gordon
Objective and Subjective Assessments of ‘Normal’ Walking Pace, in Comparison with that Recommended for Moderate Intensity Physical Activity
Kathryn L. Taylor, Claire Fitzsimons, and Nanette Mutrie
Association of Body Surface Area and Body Composition with Heart Structural Characteristics of Female Swimmers
Bahreh Sheikh Saraf, Hojat Allah Nikbakht, and Mohammad Ali Azarbayjani
Monitoring Training Load in Indian Male Swimmers.
Pralay Majumdar Dr. and Sri Vidhya Jr.
Perceived Muscle Soreness In Recreational Female Distance Runners
Dave Burnett, Steve Burns, and Kevin Smith
Does Standing on a Cycle-ergometer, Towards the Conclusion of a Graded Exercise Test, Yield Cardiorespiratory Values Equivalent to Treadmill Testing?
Joshua Mitchell, William B. Kist, Kendall Mears, Jesse Nalls, and Kyle Ritter
Does a Physical Education Bout Alter Percent Body Fat and the Adiposity Health Risk Classification When Using Leg-to-leg Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis in Girls?
Elise Fitzgerald, Angela Fatool, Curt B. Dixon, and Joseph L. Andreacci
Longitudinal, Diet-induced Weight Gain is Associated with Increased Blood Monocytes and Reduced TLR4 Expression
Kelley Strohacker, Richard J. Simpson, Katie C. Carpenter, Whitney L. Breslin, and Brian K. McFarlin
Resistance and Aerobic Training Sequence Effects on Energy Consumption in Females
Rachael Cutts and Steve Burns
The Impact of a Pilot Community Intervention on Health-Related Fitness Measures in Overweight Children
Jenny G. Hutchens, Jennifer L. Caputo, Janet M. Colson, Richard S. Farley, Matthew S. Renfrow, and Eric P. Seguin
A Phenomenological Investigation of Women's Experiences with Personal Training
Melissa N. Madeson, Cherilyn Hultquist, Amy Church, and Leslee A. Fisher
Delayed Wound Healing: Can Exercise Accelerate it?
K Todd Keylock and Hilary Young
- Brian K. McFarlin, PhD
- James W. Navalta, PhD
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