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July 2021 - Volume 49 - Issue 3

  • Roger M. Enoka, PhD
  • 0091-6331
  • 1538-3008
  • 4 issues / year
  • 9/81 in Physiology; 6/88 in Sports Science
  • 6.230
    Total Cites:4,053
    Eigenfactor score: 0.00277
    Cited Half-Life: >11.0

The July issue of Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews (ESSR), is now available! 

The Editorial Board has again brought a collection of thought-provoking Perspectives for Progress and brief review articles:
  • Perspectives for Progress: “Estimating Exercise-Induced Changes in Human Neuronal Networks"
    • A single motor unit – based method is described to estimate the changes in functional connections in human neuronal networks due to exercise.
  • Perspectives for Progress: “The Impact of Insulin Resistance on Cardiovascular Control During Exercise in Diabetes"
      • This perspective for progress aims to examine the role of insulin resistance in abnormal autonomic cardiovascular control in diabetes.
  • “The Theory of Effort Minimization in Physical Activity"
      • The authors put forward a theoretical framework aiming to develop a more accurate understanding of the neuropsychological determinants of physical activity.
  • “Novel Insights Into Biarticular Muscle Actions Gained From High-Density Electromyogram"
      • Human biarticular muscles are regionally activated for different functional roles, and this should be considered when recording surface electromyography.
  • “Role of Perivascular Adipose Tissue and Exercise on Arterial Function with Obesity"
      • Perivascular adipose tissue contributes to arterial dysfunction with obesity and exercise training can limit its role.
  • “Exercise Is Key to Sustaining Metabolic Gains After Bariatric Surgery"
      • Exercise training is key to improving overall health in patients who have bariatric surgery.
  • “Wearable Monitors Facilitate Exercise in Adult and Pediatric Stem Cell Transplant"
      • Wearable technology can be valuable additions to exercise interventions for hematopoietic stem cell transplant patients.
  • “Skeletal Muscle Nrf2 Contributes to Exercise-Evoked Systemic Antioxidant Defense Via Extracellular Vesicular Communication"
      • The authors hypothesize that exercise training protects remote tissues by exosomal transport of antioxidant proteins dependent on skeletal muscle Nrf2.

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Roger M. Enoka, Ph.D.
ESSR Editor-in-Chief​​
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