Editor-in-Chief: T. Jeff Chandler, EdD, CSCS*D, FNSCA
ISSN: 1524-1602
Online ISSN: 1533-4295
Frequency: 6 issues / year
Ranking: Sport Sciences 65/84
Impact Factor: 0.772
Editor's Notes

Welcome to Strength and Conditioning Journal, October, 2014!   As you will see in the Table of Contents, each issue covers a number of interesting and relevant topics in the field of strength and conditioning.  I hope that you will find both factual and practical information you can use whether you are young practitioner or a seasoned veteran in the strength and conditioning field.   

OPEN ACCESS ARTICLE:  One article in each issue is free open access on the journal webpage.  Encourage your colleagues, students, etc to take advantage of this free article.  The free article for this issue is "Mechanical and Anthropometric Factors of Fast Bowling for Cricket, and Implications for Strength and Conditioning" by Brian J. Stronach, John B. Cronin, and Marc R. Portus. 

VIDEO ABSTRACTS:  SCJ publishes "video abstracts" for inclusion in the electronic version available online. Guidelines for preparation of the Video Abstract, along with links to sample Video Abstracts, can be found here:
http://journals.lww.com/nsca-scj/Documents/LWW_Toolkit_-_How_to_Create_a_Video_Abstract.pdf.

VIDEO FIGURES:  Video figures can be included in a manuscript to provide detailed examples of exercises and more. 

CALL FOR PAPERS:  I encourage you to consider submitting an article to Strength and Conditioning Journal. Go to the Editorial Manager website, http://www.editorialmanager.com/scj/default.asp, and submit your manuscript according to the instructions for authors provided. Please notice the updated Instructions for Authors will be published in December, 2014.

TOPICS OF INTEREST:
-  Strength and Conditioning for Football (SPECIAL TOPIC ISSUE)
-  Tactical Strength and Conditioning (SPECIAL TOPIC ISSUE))
-  Personal Training
-  Special Populations
-  Nutrition

If you need assistance to get started, please contact SCJManagingEditor@gmail.com.

Respectfully,


T. Jeff Chandler, EdD, CSCS*D, NSCA-CPT*D, FNSCA, Editor in Chief

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Strength & Conditioning Journal Call For Papers

If you are interested in publishing and article or column in Strength and Conditioning Journal, submissions to SCJ are open to all, and manuscripts that meet the stated mission of the journal will be peer reviewed prior to a decision on acceptance for publication. 

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