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The October issue of ESSR contains six articles from 5 of the 11 ACSM topic themes: Biomechanics and Neural Control; Cardiovascular, Renal, and Respiratory; Clinical Exercise Physiology; Environmental and Occupational Physiology; and Skeletal Muscle, Bone, and Connective Tissue. Topics in this issue range from mitochondrial plasticity to the prevention of falls in older adults.
This issue’s Journal Club focuses on the article “Revisiting Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing Applications in Heart Failure: Aligning Evidence with Clinical Practice” by authors Ross Arena, Marco Guazzi, Lawrence P. Cahalin, and Jonathan Myers.
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Hickner, Robert C.
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Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews. 42(4):143-144, October 2014.
Roemmich, James N.; Lambiase, Maya J.; Balantekin, Katherine N.; More
Roemmich, James N.; Lambiase, Maya J.; Balantekin, Katherine N.; Feda, Denise M.; Dorn, Joan Less
Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews. 42(4):145-152, October 2014.
Arena, Ross; Guazzi, Marco; Cahalin, Lawrence P.; More
Arena, Ross; Guazzi, Marco; Cahalin, Lawrence P.; Myers, Jonathan Less
Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews. 42(4):153-160, October 2014.
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Grabiner, Mark D.; Crenshaw, Jeremy R.; Hurt, Christopher P.; More
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Exercise & Sport Sciences Reviews. 42(4):161-168, October 2014.
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