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The leading textbook for undergraduate exercise physiology courses


Audiences: Textbook for undergraduate courses in exercise physiology.
Physiology of Sport and Exercise, Fifth Edition With Web Study Guide, delivers superior technical content while
maintaining the accessible, reader-friendly format that has made this textbook a favorite of instructors and students alike.
Completely revamped photos, illustrations, and medical artwork offer a higher level of detail and clarity to better illustrate
how the body performs and responds to physical activity.
Physiology of Sport and Exercise, Fifth Edition, features updated content based on new research in the field, including the following:
A complete rewrite of the chapters on resistance training, including updated strength training principles based on the
2009 ACSM position stand and new sections on core strength, stability training, and high-intensity interval training (HIT)
A full update and reorganization, based on instructors feedback, of the chapters on metabolism and hormonal control to
aid students comprehension of these complex systems
New content on lactic acid as a fuel source, muscle cramps, childhood obesity, substrate utilization and endocrine
response to exercise, and vascular aging
Updated coverage of central and peripheral cardiac functions, the female athlete triad, and the menstrual cycle
New research on effects of physical activity on health, including the addition of international data on the incidence
of cardiovascular disease and obesity

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Physiology of Sport and Exercise, Fifth Edition, has been improved
with new full-color animations to supplement the text.This
upgraded ancillary brings 18 full-color art animations to life
to offer a higher level of detail and clarity to better illustrate
how the body performs and responds to physical activity. The
animations are now available as an ancillary resource, and have
been incorporated into the student web study guide. They are
also included in the enhanced e-book format, featuring the
same trusted content found in the print edition, available from
the Apple iBookstore, Barnes & Noble, and Amazon.

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Hands-on training for exercise physiology testing and data analysis


Audiences: Textbook for undergraduate exercise physiology laboratory courses or other exercise science lab courses covering
measurement and evaluation.
Laboratory Manual for Exercise Physiology With Web Resource covers basic testing procedures used in the
assessment of human performance, health, and wellness, exposing students to testing that can be applied in a variety
of professional settings. The books 15 labs, encompassing 49 laboratory activities, lead students through a series
of learning opportunities that explore the basics of testing and pretest screening as well as methods of evaluating
flexibility, blood pressure, oxygen consumption and energy expenditure, aerobic and anaerobic fitness, lactate
metabolism, muscular strength, pulmonary function, body composition, and electrocardiogram assessments.
The labs build in complexity as students progress through the book. Each laboratory is a complete lesson beginning with
objectives, definitions of key terms, and background information that set the stage for learning. For each activity, students
will find step-by-step instructions, making it easier for those new to the lab setting to complete. Data sheets are provided
for each of the tests, allowing students to record their individual findings. Question sets for each activity ask students to put
their lab experiences into context, and case studies help them understand the practical applications of the tests.
Instructors will find that Laboratory Manual for Exercise Physiology offers great flexibility in choosing the activities that suit
the needs of their course and their students. Each lab contains multiple activities that cover distinct methods for introducing
the testing concepts. The activities can be adapted to specific lab settings, available equipment, and time allotted.
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The web resource includes laboratory activity question sets
which can be downloaded to complete online and turned in for
classroom credit. It also features group data sheets found only
in the web resource which allow students to compile data from
the entire class, calculate values such as mean and range, and
compare their findings to the normative data discussed in the
lab.
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Investigate the relationship between exercise and chronic disease


Audiences: Text for upper-undergraduate and graduate-level clinical exercise physiology courses; study resource for
the ACSM Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist exam.
Clinical Exercise Physiology, Third Edition, provides a comprehensive look at the clinical aspects of exercise
physiology by thoroughly examining the relationship between exercise and chronic disease. Updated and
markedly revised throughout, this edition reflects important changes that have occurred in the field. It provides
students with fundamental knowledge of disease-specific pathology and treatment guidelines while also guiding
readers through exercise testing and training principles for patients with chronic diseases.
The third edition builds on information presented in the previous editions with reorganized chapters, updated and
revised content, and the latest information on the key practice areas of clinical exercise physiology: endocrinology,
the metabolic system, the cardiovascular system, the respiratory system, oncology, the immune system, bone
and joint health, and the neuromuscular system. The detailed chapters address 27 diseases and populations that
clinical exercise physiologists encounter in their work and provide guidance for the expert care of the populations
discussed. Each chapter covers the scope of the condition; its physiology, pathophysiology and treatment options;
clinical considerations, including the administration of a graded exercise test; and exercise prescription.

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This text also details how clinical exercise physiologists can most effectively address issues facing special
populations, including children and the elderly. Updates to this edition include the following:
Patient case studies allow students to gain additional insight regarding the material and put their
knowledge into practice.
Revised and updated content throughout the entire book reflects the recent changes in exercise testing and
training principles and practices.
A new chapter on intellectual disability lends evidence to how the field has evolved in considering patients
with more widely diagnosed diseases and conditions.
Practical application boxes offer tips on maintaining a professional environment for clientclinician
interaction, a literature review, and a summary of the key components of prescribing exercise.
Discussion questions highlight important concepts that appear throughout the text to encourage critical
thinking.

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Advanced Exercise Physiology Series


This series offers books for advanced undergraduate and graduate students as well as professionals in exercise science and kinesiology. The books highlight the complex interaction of
the components of the various systems both at rest and during exercise, and offer an explanation of the system and how it is affected by acute exercise and chronic exercise training.

Study the interactions of physical activity and hormone function


Audiences: Text for graduate-level exercise physiology courses and physiotherapy courses.
While the connection between exercise, hormones, and health is well acknowledged, the field had yet to be fully explored.
Advanced Exercise Endocrinology presents a comprehensive examination of the relationship between physical activity and
hormone function. This text will help students from many health fields better understand how interactions between physical
activity and hormone action work to maintain health, improve exercise performance, and prevent metabolic disabilities.
Written by a leading exercise endocrinologist, this text combines foundational concepts and up-to-date research to offer
engaging and accessible coverage of this advanced field of study.
Students will explore topics including body fluid balance during exercise and at rest, endocrine and autonomic control of
cardiorespiratory function, hormonal control of energy expenditure, and the role of reproductive hormones in exercise. Chapter
summaries focus students on the most significant issues presented for each topic, and extensive illustrations, figures, and graphs
provide visual reinforcement of key concepts and important research findings. Special sidebars highlight analyses of interesting
research findings and practical applications. In examining current research, students will be able to identify emerging topics and
possible directions for future exploration.

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The effects of exercise on the neuromuscular system


Advanced Neuromuscular Exercise Physiology uses a mix of biochemistry, molecular biology, neurophysiology, and muscle physiology to provide
a synthesis of current knowledge and research directions in the field. It assists students in understanding research and avenues for exploration. The
author draws attention to a variety of important topics, including motor unit types, muscle blood flow, and metabolism; fatigue and peripheral and
central contributors to fatigue; endurance training and its effects on muscle fibers and the central nervous system; and resistance training and the
responses of muscles to isometric, slow isotonic, lengthening, and plyometric training.

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Explore the cardioprotective benefits of exercise


Advanced Cardiovascular Exercise Physiology systematically details the effect of acute and chronic exercise training on each component of the
cardiovascular system: the heart, the vasculature, and the blood (including blood clotting factors). The book highlights the complex interaction of
the components of the cardiovascular system both at rest and during exercise. Specific attention is paid to the beneficial effects of exercise on the
components of the cardiovascular system and the mechanisms through which regular exercise provides cardioprotection.

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The impact of various environments on the body


Advanced Environmental Exercise Physiology considers the human capacity to exercise in and tolerate various environments and explores how
multiple systems interact during exposure and exercise in different environments. Students will examine the major impact of each environment explored,
and learn about the initial physiological responses upon exposure to an environment a person has not adapted to. They will also look at how the body
adapts to repeated exposure to an environment and how various environments affect the ability to exercise and work.

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Primers in Exercise Science


Classic text examines emerging topics in biochemistry
Biochemistry Primer for Exercise Science, Fourth Edition, combines information from nutrition, physiology, and biochemistry to provide
a clear explanation of the working of metabolism and the human bodys response to physical activity. With its combination of essential topics,
new findings, and future directions in research, this text is a perfect resource for students and professionals looking to build an understanding
of exercise biochemistry.

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Essential bioenergetics concepts and practical applications


Bioenergetics Primer for Exercise Science encompasses all available information regarding human bioenergetics and energy metabolism and
brings together diverse issues that are of theoretical interest and practical importance. The text explains the foundational and critical knowledge
and research findings in bioenergetics and the application of those findings for both students and professionals.

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Understand the links between genetics, health, and performance


Genetics Primer for Exercise Science and Health is the first text dedicated to the basic concepts of genetics in relation to the broad range of
topics in exercise science and health. This text maintains a practical focus and addresses common concerns when preparing to study genetics, such
as how to use online search tools to identify existing research literature and how to identify and select candidate genes using genome databases.

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Aging, Exercise, and Cognition Series


This series presents advanced research and key issues for understanding and researching the links between exercise, aging, and cognition. The three volumes in this series are
essential references for researchers, professionals, and public health administrators interested in scientific evidence demonstrating the beneficial effects of regular physical activity
on cognitive functioning and general health during aging.

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Understand the exercise


health relationship

Learn how leisure-time


activity can prevent disease

Fitness & Health, Seventh Edition, offers a


comprehensive understanding of the exercisehealth
relationship and provides a framework for attaining
health and fitness goals. This handbook explores the
physiology and benefits of fitness while also providing
information and tools for improving health and
wellness.

Physical Activity Epidemiology, Second Edition,


offers more than 100 pages of additional content.
The text provides more detailed coverage of all-cause
and coronary heart disease mortality as well as new
information on physical activity among various racial
ethnic populations and the effects of physical activity
on cognitive function, dementia, and HIV/AIDS.

Updates to the seventh edition include:


A new chapter detailing behavior change,
helping readers understand the psychology

of activity and how to modify individual behaviors
A revised chapter on the physiology of fitness to help readers grasp the science
behind aerobic and muscular fitness
Proven methods for achieving aerobic and muscular fitness, plus strategies for
exercising in extreme conditions
New information on physical activity and brain health
A detailed explanation of the Exercise is Medicine movement

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Students will find comprehensive discussion of:


Evidence that physical activity protect against
the development of coronary heart disease and

stroke and premature death from all causes
Population-based studies and experiments providing evidence that physical activity
and exercise play a role in prevention of mild hypertension, dyslipidemia, and obesity
Epidemiologic evidence that activity reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes and
osteoporosis and protects against the development of certain cancers, some
inflammatory diseases, depression, and anxiety disorders
Considerations in the promotion of a safe, physically active lifestyle among all
segments of the population

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Evidence for the benefits of a


physically active lifestyle
Physical Activity and Health, Second Edition,
brings together the results of studies on the
relationship between physical activity, sedentarism,
and various health outcomes. The text identifies
sedentary habits and poor fitness as major public
health problems and examines the potential of
physical activity to prevent disease and enhance
quality of life.

Learn how kinesiology can


help promote public health

Updates to the second edition include a chapter


on the physiology of inactivity and the effects of
sedentary behavior even in people who engage in appropriate amounts of physical activity;
coverage of physical activity, aging, and the brain, including a new chapter on the
relationship between physical activity and brain structures and functions; and a chapter
on the development of national and international physical activity and health guidelines,
helping students understand how scientific findings are converted into practical
recommendations.

Foundations of Physical Activity and Public


Health offers a solid introduction to the concepts
of public health and kinesiology, the techniques
used to measure physical activity, and the health
effects of exercise and physical activity. The
scientific findings and applications that led to
the emergence of the field of physical activity
and public health are also examined. Students
will come away with a greater understanding of
how experts from both fields can work together
to advance the use of physical activity for the
prevention and treatment of chronic disease and other health issues.
Examples of successful programs from various settings, including community-wide
and school-based interventions, help students understand how to apply the theory to
practice. Students also learn the concepts of evaluation of physical activity programs as
well as logic models, evaluation designs, data collection, and analysis.

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This text provides a clear explanation of the concepts, research


techniques, and results of studies critical to understanding physical
activity and the obesity epidemic.

The text is a series of independent but related chapters authored by the


foremost researchers of insulin resistance, and it presents a wealth of
information to assist the biomedical and research community.

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This text fills a void in the scientific literature by addressing


psychobiologic factors as they relate to exercise and sport.

This text is a comprehensive professional reference of weight


management research and techniques. It provides the most current
and accurate information available today for treating obesity.

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This text applies the science of exercise physiology to an analysis


of the aging process and identifies the positive effects that regular
exercise and physical activity can have.

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This reference challenges professionals, researchers, and students to


implement new solutions and further their research in youth inactivity.

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With Molecular and Cellular Exercise Physiology, youll gain cuttingedge information on how exercise modulates cellular physiology.

Exercise Metabolism, Second Edition, provides a systematic, in-depth


examination of the regulation of metabolic processes during exercise.

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This in-depth sport physiology reference provides a strong


introduction to the physiological principles underlying sport
training and performance.

The second edition of this text is the most comprehensive resource on


the biological growth, maturation, physical performance, and physical
activity of children and adolescents.

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This text draws from the most current research activity in the
area to examine physical activity as a prerequisite to the good
health and physical performance of children.

This reorganized and revised edition presents the most up-todate research, methodology, and approaches related to childrens
physiologic responses to exercise.

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This text combines classical issues in exercise and work


physiology with the latest scientific findings.

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This text contains detailed descriptions of a range of accepted fitness


assessment methods. This resource focuses on the general population,
not just elite athletes.

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This book provides an understanding of the basic physiological


adaptations to exercise and aids health professionals in properly
matching a training program with the impairment, activity, activity
level, and participation goal appropriate for the patient.

Exercise Biochemistry is a highly informative and illuminating text


on the effects of exercise on molecular-level functioning. It presents
the basics of biochemistry as well as in-depth coverage of exercise
biochemistry.

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Learn techniques and strategies for optimal recovery


Audiences: Reference for sport scientists, athletes, coaches, students, and strength and conditioning professionals.
Recovery for Performance in Sport presents techniques and modalities currently used to enhance athletes recovery,
optimize training time, and avoid overtraining. This text encompasses the latest scientific research in the study of
recovery and draws from the experience of applied sport scientists working with elite athletes in leading performance
and recovery centers. Students will find proven strategies for enhancing the recovery process and learn the importance of
structuring an individualized and evidenced-based recovery plan for improving performance.
Recovery for Performance in Sport provides a scientific base of information as well as specific elements that allow for practical
application in the real world. More than 30 international professionals contributed to chapter content, including case studies
of international athletes and coaches. These case studies complement the scientific explanations by bringing additional
context to the discussion of safe recovery modalities and how to apply those concepts to specific sports. Cutting-edge
research and techniques allow readers to maximize the recovery of their athletes by learning from the proven strategies of
international experts.

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Sharpen your ECG diagnostic


skills

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Audiences: Text for undergraduate and graduate


courses in sport science, physiology, physiotherapy,
medicine, and nursing; reference for clinical
exercise physiologists, exercise physiologists,
sport physiotherapists, athletic trainers, health
professionals, and sports medicine specialists.

Human Kinetics online education courses offer an easy-to-use, intuitive interface for
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An essential reference for students and


practitioners working with exercise
electrocardiograms (ECGs), Practical ECG for
Exercise Science and Sports Medicine guides students from theory to applied
interpretation of normal and abnormal exercise electrocardiogram traces. The text is
based on the authors clinical experience, published research, and over a decade of
dedicated study on the interpretation of ECGs from clinical patients to elite athletes
both at rest and during exercise. This resource offers clear protocols for ECGs with
an emphasis on athletes. With over 70 ECG readouts to examine, students can
practice and refine their ECG interpretation skills and increase their understanding of
heart conditions identifiable through ECG testing. Troubleshooting tips throughout
provide quick solutions to problems that may occur during ECG testing, and detailed
information on interpreting the ECGs is provided for numerous conditions that
practitioners are likely to encounter in real-life practice.

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Instructor-tested learning
approach for anatomy and
kinesiology

Essential resource for lab and


field testing of elite athletes

Anatomy & Kinesiology Flashcards offer students a


convenient way to learn the configurations and actions
of musculoskeletal systems. Unlike other anatomy
flashcards that offer only anatomical illustrations, these
flashcards cover all musculoskeletal structures and
movements. The cards are broken down into 10 sections:
shoulder girdle, shoulder joint, elbow joint complex,
wrist and hand joints, neck and atlanto-occipital
joints, back-spinal joints, abdominal and respiratory
area, pelvic girdle and hip joint, knee joint, and ankle and foot joints. Review cards
showing the muscles acting on, joints of, and joint movements of each section. Anatomy
& Kinesiology Flashcards also include cards featuring key abbreviations, definitions
of anatomical directional terminology, classifications of joints, general anatomical
movement terms, and planes and axes of rotation for quick reference.

Physiological Tests for Elite Athletes, Second


Edition, presents protocols used for assessing
high-level athletes. This guide offers the how and
why of both general and sport-specific physiological
testing procedures. This text leads students through
generalized testing procedures for determining
anaerobic capacity, neuromuscular power, blood
lactate thresholds, VO2max, and more, presenting
principles and protocols for common lab- and
field-based assessments of body composition and physique, agility, strength, and power
as well as perceptual and decision-making capabilities. Testing protocols for 18 sports
are introduced, and for each sport-specific test a rationale, list of necessary equipment,
and detailed testing procedures are provided. Normative data collected from athletes
competing at national and international levels serve as excellent reference points for
measuring elite athletes.

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Study the effects of time on


sport performance
The Athletes Clock: How Biology and Time
Affect Sport Performance offers an engaging,
interdisciplinary consideration of some of the most
compelling questions in sport and exercise science. This
unique text takes a broad look at the physiological clock,
offering students, researchers, coaches, and athletes a
unique approach to understanding how various aspects
of time affect sport performance. The Athletes Clock
explores the ways in which time and its relationship to
athletic effort can optimize sport performance, and seeks to provoke thought and further
research that look at the relationship between biology, time, and performance as well as
an understanding of and appreciation for the intricacies of human potential.

Discover the scientific


aspects of tapering

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Tapering and Peaking for Optimal


Performance offers in-depth discussion of
the science, strategy, and program design of
the tapering phase of training. This first-ever
book devoted to the subject presents current
scientific data on tapering, its physiological and
psychological effects, and how these effects relate
to athletic performance. Featuring various training
models and experiential knowledge, this book
allows readers to design optimal tapering programs for each athlete. By combining
scientific research with real-world examples, Tapering and Peaking for Optimal
Performance presents the most complete look at tapering available, and it encourages
further study of this vital and sometimes elusive aspect of training for success.

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For many years, the effect of altitude training on athletic performance
has been a topic of interest among coaches, athletes, and sport
scientists. Altitude Training and Athletic Performance condenses the
latest scientific information into a single, practical source.

This text assists readers in making intelligent and informed decisions


resulting in a safer, healthier, and more productive work force.

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Sport Physiology for Coaches is designed to help coaches assess,


refine, enhance, and improve athletes performance through an
applied approach to exercise physiology.

Overtraining Athletes helps readers understand the dangers of overtraining


and take steps toward prevention. It identifies forces that push athletes to
overtrain by sharing the struggles of those athletes and the sport professionals who seek to help them.

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HUMAN KINETICS JOURNALS


Broad coverage of kinesiology
with a unique focus on review
articles

Authoritative coverage of sports


physiology and performance

Kinesiology Review (KR) provides a forum for


discussion and analysis of kinesiology research and its
applications. Although many journals publish reviews
on select topics, KR stands alone in its focus on
scholarly reviews from any and all of the kinesiology
subdisciplines. This rigorously peer-reviewed online
quarterly journal serves the interests of those in all
areas of study related to health and physical activity,
including movement and exercise science, sport and exercise psychology, sports medicine,
sport history, sociology of sport and physical activity, physical education pedagogy, athletic
training, sport management, and physical and occupational therapy.

The International Journal of Sports Physiology and


Performance (IJSPP) publishes authoritative research in
sports physiology and related disciplines that has direct
practical application in enhancing sport performance,
preventing declines in performance, and enhancing
recovery of athletes. IJSPP is an international peerreviewed journal dedicated to advancing the knowledge
of sport and exercise physiologists, sport performance
researchers, sport physicians, coaches, students, and other
sport scientists. While other journals focus on exercise
physiology research in controlled settings, IJSPP bridges a gap in the literature between theory
and practical application.

Kinesiology Review
Jane E. Clark, PhD, Editor
Frequency: Quarterly (February, May, August, November)
Current Volume: 3 (2014)
Online format ISBN: 978-1-4504-2388-5
Online format ISSN: 2161-6035
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International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance


Editor: Carl Foster, PhD
Frequency: Bimonthly (January, March, May, July, September, November)
Current Volume: 9 (2014)
Online format ISBN: 978-0-7360-6172-8
Online format ISSN: 1555-0273
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Get the latest research from the


pediatric exercise field

Explore the relationship between


sport nutrition and exercise
metabolism

Pediatric Exercise Science (PES) focuses on issues


concerning exercise in children. Its contents are designed
to serve not only as a repository of knowledge in the
field but also as a means of presenting challenging new
ideas. It thereby strives to promote physical activity and
fitness for health in children, recognize limits and training
methods for child athletes, and assess the role of exercise
as a therapeutic intervention in children with chronic
disease. PES crosses disciplines and acts as a means of
communicating information among various groups of
interest in this field, including exercise physiologists, physicians, public health specialists,
and physical educators.

The International Journal of Sport Nutrition and


Exercise Metabolism (IJSNEM) is dedicated to providing
original research in the fields of sport nutrition and
exercise metabolism. Devoted solely to the publication
of findings in these areas, IJSNEM is both an important
outlet for international research and a vital resource for
professionals in the many fields related to nutrition and
metabolism. With an editorial board consisting of the
leading experts from the field who ensure a high-quality
journal, IJSNEM not only presents research findings, but also features articles that relate
principles from biochemistry and physiology to nutrition in sport and exercise.

Pediatric Exercise Science


Editor: Bareket Falk, PhD
Frequency: Quarterly (February, May, August, November)
Current Volume: 26 (2014)
Online format ISBN: 978-0-7360-5314-3
Online format ISSN: 1543-2920
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International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism


Editor: Ronald J. Maughan, PhD
Frequency: Bimonthly (February, April, June, August, October, December)
Current volume: 24 (2014)
Online format ISBN: 978-0-7360-4844-6
Online format ISSN: 1543-2742
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