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    Call for Papers | “Strength and Conditioning for Female Athletes” | Special Topics Issue of Strength and Conditioning Journal. Call ends August 2018

    The mission of the Strength and Conditioning Journal is to “…publish articles that report both the practical applications of research findings and the knowledge gained by experienced professionals.” It is inappropriate to submit original research to this journal. Submissions must be directly relevant for strength and conditioning coaches.

    Call for Papers | Psychology and Sociocultural Aspects of Strength & Conditioning | Special Topic Half Issues of Strength and Conditioning Journal | Ends 2017-07-15

    On behalf of Strength and Conditioning Journal (SCJ), we’re pleased to announce a call for papers for two special topics half issues. The topics of these two half special issues are “psychological aspects of S&C” and “sociological aspects of S&C.” Rather than an entire special issue devoted to either of these areas, SCJ will publish two half issues on psychology and sociology.

    Call for Papers | Strength and Conditioning for Female Athletes |Special issue of Strength and Conditioning Journal

    Guest Editor: Nicole C. Dabbs PhD (California State University, San Bernardino) Background and Context Scholarly interest in female athletes is emerging rapidly and is at an all-time high. The need to prepare and enhance the knowledge of strength and conditioning coaches of the considerations for female athletes is essential. As the number of female athletes continues to grow, the amount of literature...
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