Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews

Editor-in-Chief: Roger M. Enoka, PhD
ISSN: 0091-6331
Online ISSN: 1538-3008
Frequency: 4 issues / year
Ranking: 11/83 in Physiology; 4/81 in Sports Science
Impact Factor: 4.451
From the Editor

​​

The October 2016 issue of Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews is available online now! Make sure to check out the paper by Inge Zijdewind and colleagues on the important distinction between fatigue and fatigability. 

Online-Only Content: Have your issue but want to see more? Articles with additional online-only content are indicated on the table of contents and on the first page of the article. View the Journal Club questions covering the article "The Age-Associated Reduction in Propulsive Power Generation in Walking" Dr. Franz has also provided a video abstract for his article.


Roger M. Enoka, Ph.D.
ESSR Editor-in-Chief
Online-Only Content for October 2016 Issue

 

Current Issue Highlights

Actions
View
Actions
View
Login

(Detailed login instructions for members.)


ESSR: Research Perspectives in Exercise and Sport Science from the
American College of Sports Medicine.

 

Journal Club

​​View the article selected from the October 2016 issue and the accompanying questions: “The Age-Associated Reduction in Propulsive Power Generation in Walking” by Jason R. Franz.

To download the questions, just look for the  icon near the article title or visit the Journal Club section in the Topical Collections.

ESSR for the iPad(R)
Connect With Us