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July 2022 - Volume 50 - Issue 3

  • Roger M. Enoka, PhD
  • 0091-6331
  • 1538-3008
  • 4 issues / year
  • 9/81 in Physiology; 8/87 in Sports Science
  • 6.642
    Total Cites:4,281
    Eigenfactor score: 0.00227
    Cited Half-Life: >8.4

The July issue of Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews is available. The Editorial Board has recruited the following excellent articles:

​Perspective for Progress
Translational Potential of High-Resistance Inspiratory Muscle Strength Training"
Time-efficient, high-resistance inspiratory muscle strength training, a novel lifestyle intervention for improving cardiovascular aging, holds translational potential for improving public health.

Articles
Brain Reorganization and Neural Plasticity in Elite Athletes With Physical Impairments"
Use-dependent and impairment-specific plasticity following physical impairments are hypothesized to interact and enhance reorganization in the brains of athletes with physical impairments.

Scaling-up Adolescent High-Intensity Interval Training Programs for Population Health"
A conceptual model outlining key considerations for the design, delivery, and scale-up of high-intensity interval training programs for adolescents.

Mechanisms of Exercise-Induced Cardiac Remodeling Differ Between Young and Aged Hearts"
Exercise is cardioprotective via distinct mechanisms in aged and young hearts.

Mitochondrial and Metabolic Adaptations to Exercise-Induced Fluid Shear Stress in Endothelial Cells"
Exercise-mediated hemodynamic flow confers mitochondrial remodeling and metabolic reprogramming in the vascular endothelial cell.
 
Targeting Physical Inactivity Using Behavioral Theory in Chronic, Disabling Diseases"
Scalable, theory-based behavior change interventions can increase physical activity and reduce comorbidities and consequences among individuals with chronic, disabling conditions.
 
Heat Therapy Can Improve Hepatic Mitochondrial Function and Glucose Control"
Similar to the effects of exercise, improvements in hepatic mitochondrial adaptations and glucose control occur in response to heat treatment.​


ESSR is a quarterly publication that features forward-thinking content written by invited authors either to provide the rationale for a novel hypothesis (Brief Reviews) or to summarize work on a contemporary issue and identify the key gaps in knowledge that need to be addressed to move the field forward (Perspectives for Progress). More details on the requirements for each type of article can be found at https://edmgr.ovid.com/essr/accounts/ifauth.htm. ACSM professional members receive a subscription to this journal as a member benefit​.


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

Translational Potential of High-Resistance Inspiratory Muscle Strength Training

Craighead, Daniel H.; Freeberg, Kaitlin A.; Maurer, Grace S.; More

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 50(3):107-117, July 2022.

Brain Reorganization and Neural Plasticity in Elite Athletes With Physical Impairments

Nakazawa, Kimitaka

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 50(3):118-127, July 2022.

Scaling-Up Adolescent High-Intensity Interval Training Programs for Population Health

Lubans, David R.; Eather, Narelle; Smith, Jordan J.; More

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 50(3):128-136, July 2022.

Heat Therapy Can Improve Hepatic Mitochondrial Function and Glucose Control

Johnson, Chelsea N.; Jensen, Reilly S.; Von Schulze, Alex T.; More

Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews. 50(3):162-170, July 2022.