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The Journal of Sports Sciences publishes articles of a high standard on various aspects of the sports sciences covering a number of disciplinary bases. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: OVERHEAD THROWING IN CRICKETERS: A BIOMECHANICAL DESCRIPTION AND PLAYING LEVEL CONSIDERATIONS by Megan Dutton, Janine Gray, Danielle Prins, Nikhil Divekar & Nicholas Tam.
RQES publishes research in the art and science of human movement that contributes significantly to the knowledge base of the field as new information, reviews, substantiation or contradiction of previous findings, development of theory, or as application of new or improved techniques. Editor’s pick from the current issue: PHYSIOLOGICAL DEMANDS OF TRAMPOLINING AT DIFFERENT INTENSITIES by Nick Draper, Tane Clement & Keith Alexander.
IJSEP publishes empirical and theoretical contributions in the science of physical activity, human movement, exercise, and sport. Editor’s pick from the current issue: Editor’s pick from the current issue: The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: TO DIVE OR NOT TO DIVE IN THE PENALTY AREA? THE QUESTIONABLE ART OF DECEPTION IN SOCCER by Eran Sabag, Ronnie Lidor, Elia Morgulev, Michal Arnon, Ofer Azar & Michael Bar-Eli.
Kinesiology Review is a peer-reviewed publication whose mission ir is to advance the field of Kinesiology by publishing evaluative, insightful, and integrative scholarly reviews of kinesiology research, both basic and applied. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: GROUPNESS: PROVIDING A ROADMAP FOR AN EMERGING CONSTRUCT IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY SETTINGS by Alyson J. Crozier, Luc J. Martin, Kevin S. Spink.
JSSM is a non-profit, open access scientific electronic journal, publishing research and review articles, together with case studies, in the fields of sports medicine and the exercise sciences. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: NORDIC WALKING INCREASES DISTAL RADIUS BONE MINERAL CONTENT IN YOUNG WOMEN by Takeru Kato, Toru Tomioka, Takenori Yamashita, Hidehiro Yamamoto, Yasuhiro Sugajima, Norikazu Ohnishi.
JCSP seeks to promote an understanding of theory, technique, and empirical findings specifically related to clinical sport psychology. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: ACCEPTANCE AND COMMITMENT TRAINING TO PROMOTE PSYCHOLOGICAL FLEXIBILITY IN ICE HOCKEY PERFORMANCE: A CONTROLLED GROUP FEASIBILITY STUDY by Tobias Lundgren, Gustaf Reinebo, Markus Näslund, Thomas Parling.
The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: INVESTIGATING THE WORKLOAD, READINESS AND PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE CHANGES DURING INTENSIFIED 3-WEEK PREPARATION PERIODS IN FEMALE NATIONAL UNDER18 AND UNDER20 BASKETBALL TEAMS by Inga Lukonaitienė, Sigitas Kamandulis, Henrikas Paulauskas, Aurelijus Domeika, Vytautas Pliauga, Rasa Kreivytė, Jūratė Stanislovaitienė & Daniele Conte.
«Sports» links several scientific disciplines in an integrated fashion, to address critical issues related to sport science and public health. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: EFFECT OF TWO STRENGTH TRAINING MODELS ON MUSCLE POWER AND STRENGTH IN ELITE WOMEN’S FOOTBALL PLAYERS by Martin Pacholek and Erika Zemková.
Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology, Volume 9, 2020, Issue 2 | Self-Control in Sport and Exercise Psychology
SEPP publishes papers in all areas of sport, exercise, and performance psychology for applied scientists and practitioners that supports the application of psychological principles. The Forum Editor’s pick from the current issue: DOES A BRIEF MINDFULNESS INTERVENTION COUNTERACT THE DETRIMENTAL EFFECTS OF EGO DEPLETION IN BASKETBALL FREE THROW UNDER PRESSURE? by Fatemeh Shaabani, Aynollah Naderi, Erika Borella, Luís Calmeiro.
Call for Papers | “Health Promotion and Sport”, Special Issue of International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Call ends April 30, 2021
Health promotion can be understood in different ways in relation to sport, and this Special Issue aims to explore this relation in-depth. The objective is to better understand how the sport sector can act as a health-promoting setting. We consider sport in a broad sense, including both competitive and recreational sport, targeting all groups across the lifespan and socioeconomic gradient, including every-day and non-organized sport practice.