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Perspectives for Progress

  • Creator:   ESSR Editor
  • Updated:   3/15/2019
  • Contains:  20 items
Senior investigators who are still active in research provide a synthesis of the current state in a particular field, identify gaps in knowledge, and suggest key questions that need to be addressed. We refer to these articles as Perspectives for Progress.

Exercise and the Gut Microbiome: A Review of the Evidence, Potential Mechanisms, and Implications for Human Health

Mailing, Lucy J.; Allen, Jacob M.; Buford, Thomas W.; More

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 47(2):75-85, April 2019.

Exercise and Vascular Insulin Sensitivity in the Skeletal Muscle and Brain

Olver, T. Dylan; Laughlin, M. Harold; Padilla, Jaume

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 47(2):66-74, April 2019.

The Renin-Angiotensin System and Skeletal Muscle

Powers, Scott K.; Morton, Aaron B.; Hyatt, Hayden; More

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 46(4):205-214, October 2018.

Performance Limitations in Heart Transplant Recipients

Tucker, Wesley J.; Beaudry, Rhys I.; Samuel, T. Jake; More

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 46(3):144-151, July 2018.

Making a Case for Cardiorespiratory Fitness Surveillance Among Children and Youth

Lang, Justin J.; Tomkinson, Grant R.; Janssen, Ian; More

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 46(2):66-75, April 2018.

Cardioprotective Exercise and Pharmacologic Interventions as Complementary Antidotes to Cardiovascular Disease

Quindry, John C.; Franklin, Barry A.

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 46(1):5-17, January 2018.

Physical Activity as Cause and Cure of Muscular Pain: Evidence of Underlying Mechanisms

Søgaard, Karen; Sjøgaard, Gisela

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 45(3):136-145, July 2017.

Exercise Is Medicine, But Does It Interfere With Medicine?

McLaughlin, Mackenzie; Jacobs, Ira

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 45(3):127-135, July 2017.

Mitochondria Initiate and Regulate Sarcopenia

Alway, Stephen E.; Mohamed, Junaith S.; Myers, Matthew J.

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 45(2):58-69, April 2017.

Steps Forward in Understanding Backward Gait: From Basic Circuits to Rehabilitation

Hoogkamer, Wouter; Meyns, Pieter; Duysens, Jacques

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 42(1):23-29, January 2014.

Improving Self-Reports of Active and Sedentary Behaviors in Large Epidemiologic Studies

Matthews, Charles E.; Moore, Steven C.; George, Stephanie M.; More

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 40(3):118-126, July 2012.

The Mechanistic Connection Between the Trunk, Hip, Knee, and Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury

Hewett, Timothy E.; Myer, Gregory D.

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 39(4):161-166, October 2011.

Advancing Physical Activity Theory: A Review and Future Directions

Rhodes, Ryan E.; Nigg, Claudio R.

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 39(3):113-119, July 2011.

Too Much Sitting: The Population Health Science of Sedentary Behavior

Owen, Neville; Healy, Geneviève N.; Matthews, Charles E.; More

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 38(3):105-113, July 2010.

Research in the Exercise Sciences: Where We Are and Where Do We Go From Here-Part II

Baldwin, Kenneth M.; Haddad, Fadia

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 38(2):42-50, April 2010.

The Evolving Definition of "Sedentary"

Pate, Russell R.; O'Neill, Jennifer R.; Lobelo, Felipe

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 36(4):173-178, October 2008.