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Journal of Sports Science and Medicine
ISSN: 1303 - 2968
       SCImago 2016     SJR: 0.981   Cites per Doc. 2-Year: 2.04    3-Year: 2.17
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    IF 2-Year: 1.797    3-Year: 1.970    5-Year: 2.061    Average Citations PI: 7.7

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2017 - Volume 16, Issue 1 - Research article
125 - 136
Within Session Sequence of Balance and Plyometric Exercises Does Not Affect Training Adaptations with Youth Soccer Athletes
 
Mehdi Chaouachi, Urs Granacher, Issam Makhlouf, Raouf Hammami, David G Behm, Anis Chaouachi
 

2016 - Volume 15, Issue 3 - Research article
451 - 459
Psycho-Physiological Responses of Obese Adolescents to an Intermittent Run Test Compared with a 20-M Shuttle Run
 
Olivier Rey, Christophe Maïano, Caroline Nicol, Charles-Symphorien Mercier, Jean-Marc Vallier
 

2015 - Volume 14, Issue 1 - Research article
103 - 109
Physical Activity is Related to Fatty Liver Marker in Obese Youth, Independently of Central Obesity or Cardiorespiratory Fitness
 
Clarice Martins, Luisa Aires, Ismael Freitas Júnior, Gustavo Silva, Alexandre Silva, Luís Lemos, Jorge Mota
 

2015 - Volume 14, Issue 1 - Research article
163 - 171
A Multilevel Latent Growth Modelling of the Longitudinal Changes in Motivation Regulations in Physical Education
 
Timo Jaakkola, John Wang, Sami Yli-Piipari, Jarmo Liukkonen
 

2015 - Volume 14, Issue 3 - Research article
568 - 573
Adolescent Self-Reported Physical Activity and Autonomy: A Case for Constrained and Structured Environments?
 
Jerome N. Rachele, Timo Jaakkola, Tracy L. Washington, Thomas F. Cuddihy, Steven M. McPhail
 

2014 - Volume 13, Issue 3 - Research article
522 - 528
Do Parents’ Exercise Habits Predict 13–18-Year-Old Adolescents’ Involvement in Sport?
 
Saulius Sukys, Daiva Majauskienė, Vida J. Cesnaitiene, Diana Karanauskiene
 

2014 - Volume 13, Issue 4 - Research article
888 - 893
Physical Activity and Suicide Attempt of South Korean Adolescents - Evidence from the Eight Korea Youth Risk Behaviors Web-based Survey
 
Kang-Ok Cho
 

2014 - Volume 13, Issue 4 - Case report
751 - 757
A Boxing-Oriented Exercise Intervention for Obese Adolescent Males: Findings from a Pilot Study
 
Sarah P. Shultz, Lee Stoner, Danielle M. Lambrick, Andrew M. Lane
 

2013 - Volume 12, Issue 1 - Research article
182 - 189
Time of Day – Effects on Motor Coordination and Reactive Strength in Elite Athletes and Untrained Adolescents
 
Alessandra di Cagno, Claudia Battaglia, Arrigo Giombini, Marina Piazza, Giovanni Fiorilli, Giuseppe Calcagno, Fabio Pigozzi, Paolo Borrione
 

2012 - Volume 11, Issue 1 - Research article
156 - 161
The Effect of a Silicone Swim Cap on Swimming Performance in Tropical Conditions in Pre-Adolescents
 
Olivier Hue, Olivier Galy
 

2011 - Volume 10, Issue 1 - Research article
215 - 221
Step Counts and Body Mass Index Among 9-14 Years Old Greek Schoolchildren
 
Maria Michalopoulou, Vassilios Gourgoulis, Thomas Kourtessis, Antonios Kambas, Martina Dimitrou, Helen Gretziou
 

2011 - Volume 10, Issue 4 - Research article
679 - 684
Prevalence of Obesity in Korean Adolescents and its Relationship with the Weekly Frequency of the Physical Education Classes
 
Wi-Young So, Dong-Jun Sung, Brenda Swearingin, Seong-Ik Baek, Soung-Yob Rhi, Daniel Webb, Tiffany M. Fuller
 

2010 - Volume 09, Issue 3 - Research article
490 - 498
Study of Day, Month and Season Pedometer-Determined Variability of Physical Activity of High School Pupils in The Czech Republic
 
Jana Pelclová, El Ansari Walid, Jana Vašícková
 

2009 - Volume 08, Issue 2 - Review article
169 - 178
Reflecting on the Delivery of a Longitudinal Coping Intervention Amongst Junior National Netball Players
 
Tracey J. Devonport, Andrew M. Lane
 

2009 - Volume 08, Issue 1 - Research article
9 - 16
Proximal and distal factors associated with dropout versus maintained participation in organized sport
 
Julie C.S. Boiché, Philippe G. Sarrazin
 

2009 - Volume 08, Issue 1 - Research article
97 - 106
A randomised placebo-exercise controlled trial of Kung Fu training for improvements in body composition in overweight/obese adolescents: the “Martial Fitness” study
 
Tracey W. Tsang, Michael Kohn, Chin Moi Chow, M Fiatarone Singh
 

2009 - Volume 08, Issue 4 - Research article
629 - 638
Scale Development for Measuring and Predicting Adolescents’ Leisure Time Physical Activity Behavior
 
Francis Ries, Santiago Romero Granados, Silvia Arribas Galarraga
 

2008 - Volume 07, Issue 3 - Research article
320 - 326
Suitability of FIFA’s “The 11” Training Programme for Young Football Players – Impact on Physical Performance
 
Andrew E Kilding, Helen Tunstall, Dejan Kuzmic
 

2008 - Volume 07, Issue 4 - Research article
437 - 445
Impact of diet, exercise end diet combined with exercise programs on plasma lipoprotein and adiponectin levels in obese girls
 
Omar Ben Ounis, Mohamed Elloumi, Mohamed Amri, Abdelkarim Zbidi, Zouhair Tabka, Gerard Lac
 

2007 - Volume 06, Issue 3 - Review article
313 - 318
Effects of Exercise Training on Blood Lipids and Lipoproteins in Children and Adolescents
 
Kerstin Stoedefalke
 

2007 - Volume 06, Issue 3 - Review article
319 - 326
Effect of Obesity on Cardiac Function in Children and Adolescents: A Review
 
Thomas W. Rowland
 

2007 - Volume 06, Issue 3 - Review article
327 - 336
Energy Regulation in Young People
 
Caroline J. Dodd
 

2007 - Volume 06, Issue 3 - Review article
343 - 352
Carbohydrate Intake Considerations for Young Athletes
 
Veronica Montfort-Steiger, Craig A. Williams
 

2007 - Volume 06, Issue 4 - Research article
538 - 542
Nutritional Intake of Young Italian High-Level Soccer Players: Under-Reporting is the Essential Outcome
 
Riccardo Caccialanza, Barbara Cameletti, Gianfranco Cavallaro
 

2006 - Volume 05, Issue 2 - Research article
202 - 207
Left Ventricular Systolic Function During Treadmill Walking with Load Carriage in Adolescents
 
Moran Sagiv, Michael Sagiv, Ruthie Amir, David Ben-Sira
 

2006 - Volume 05, Issue 4 - Research article
615 - 620
Perceived Barriers to Physical Activity in University Students
 
Daskapan Arzu, Emine Handan Tuzun, Levent Eker
 

2005 - Volume 04, Issue 3 - Research article
272 - 277
Adolescent Athletes and the Demand and Supply of Drugs to Improve Their Performance
 
Patrick Laure, Caroline Binsinger
 

2004 - Volume 03, Issue 4 - Research article
254 - 260
Comparison of VO2Peak during Treadmill and Cycle Ergometry in Severely Overweight Youth
 
Mark Loftin, Melinda Sothern, Barbara Warren, John Udall
 

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