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Journal of Sports Science and Medicine
ISSN: 1303 - 2968
       SCImago 2015     SJR: 0.682   Cites per Doc. 2-Year: 1.61    3-Year: 1.72
JCReports 2016
    IF 2-Year: 1.797    3-Year: 1.970    5-Year: 2.061    Average Citations PI: 7.7

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2016 - Volume 15, Issue 1 - Research article
41 - 49
Effects of Cycling Versus Running Training on Sprint and Endurance Capacity in Inline Speed Skating
 
Carolin Stangier, Thomas Abel, Julia Mierau, Wildor Hollmann, Heiko K. Strüder
 

2016 - Volume 15, Issue 1 - Research article
80 - 91
Acute Physiological Responses to Short- and Long-Stage High-Intensity Interval Exercise in Cardiac Rehabilitation: A Pilot Study
 
Gerhard Tschakert, Julia M. Kroepfl, Alexander Mueller, Hanns Harpf, Leonhard Harpf, Heimo Traninger, Sandra Wallner-Liebmann, Tatjana Stojakovic, Hubert Scharnagl, Andreas Meinitzer, Patriz Pichlhoefer, Peter Hofmann
 

2015 - Volume 14, Issue 1 - Research article
29 - 36
How to Regulate the Acute Physiological Response to “Aerobic” High-Intensity Interval Exercise
 
Gerhard Tschakert, Julia Kroepfl, Alexander Mueller, Othmar Moser, Werner Groeschl, Peter Hofmann
 

2015 - Volume 14, Issue 2 - Research article
386 - 393
Individual versus Standardized Running Protocols in the Determination of VO2max
 
Paula F. Sperlich, Hans-Christer Holmberg, Jennifer L. Reed, Christoph Zinner, Joachim Mester, Billy Sperlich
 

2014 - Volume 13, Issue 1 - Research article
36 - 43
The Effect of Additional Dead Space on Respiratory Exchange Ratio and Carbon Dioxide Production Due to Training
 
Lukasz Smolka, Jacek Borkowski, Marek Zaton
 

2014 - Volume 13, Issue 2 - Research article
410 - 416
Physiological Responses during Cycling With Oval Chainrings (Q-Ring) and Circular Chainrings
 
Alfredo Cordova, Iban Latasa, Jesus Seco, Gerardo Villa, Javier Rodriguez-Falces
 

2014 - Volume 13, Issue 3 - Research article
708 - 714
Sex-Based Effects on Immune Changes Induced by a Maximal Incremental Exercise Test in Well-Trained Swimmers
 
José P. Morgado, Cristina P. Monteiro, Catarina N. Matias, Francisco Alves, Pedro Pessoa, Joana Reis, Fátima Martins, Teresa Seixas, Maria J. Laires
 

2014 - Volume 13, Issue 4 - Research article
774 - 781
Influence of Acute Normobaric Hypoxia on Physiological Variables and Lactate Turn Point Determination in Trained Men
 
Michael Ofner, Manfred Wonisch, Mario Frei, Gerhard Tschakert, Wolfgang Domej, Julia M. Kröpfl, Peter Hofmann
 

2013 - Volume 12, Issue 3 - Research article
454 - 460
Energy System Contributions During Incremental Exercise Test
 
Rômulo Bertuzzi, Eduardo M.F. Nascimento, Rodrigo P. Urso, Mayara Damasceno, Adriano E. Lima-Silva
 

2013 - Volume 12, Issue 4 - Research article
744 - 752
Adaptation of Endurance Training with a Reduced Breathing Frequency
 
Jernej Kapus, Anton Ušaj, Mitch Lomax
 

2009 - Volume 08, Issue 1 - Research article
67 - 76
Serum IGF-I and hormonal responses to incremental exercise in athletes with and without left ventricular hypertrophy
 
Aleksandra Żebrowska, Zbigniew Gąsior, Józef Langfort
 

2009 - Volume 08, Issue 2 - Research article
259 - 264
Differences in Ball Sports Athletes Speed Discrimination Skills Before and After Exercise Induced Fatigue
 
Kaivo Thomson, Anthony P. Watt, Jarmo Liukkonen
 

2008 - Volume 07, Issue 1 - Research article
15 - 22
Lack of Agreement Between Gas Exchange Variables Measured by Two Metabolic Systems
 
Djordje G. Jakovljevic, David Nunan, Gay Donovan, Lynette D. Hodges, Gavin R. H. Sandercock, David A. Brodie
 

2008 - Volume 07, Issue 2 - Research article
279 - 285
Lactate Kinetics After Intermittent and Continuous Exercise Training
 
Adnene Gharbi, Karim Chamari, Amjad Kallel, Saîd Ahmaidi, Zouhair Tabka, Zbidi Abdelkarim
 

2008 - Volume 07, Issue 4 - Research article
475 - 479
Effects of the Menstrual Cycle on Expiratory Resistance During Whole Body Exercise in Females
 
Alethea J. Anderson, Mark A. Babcock
 

2005 - Volume 04, Issue 4 - Research article
482 - 488
Respiratory Rate is a Valid and Reliable Marker for the Anaerobic Threshold: Implications for Measuring Change in Fitness
 
Daniel G. Carey, Leslie A. Schwarz, German J. Pliego, Robert L. Raymond
 

2004 - Volume 03, Issue 3 - Research article
174 - 181
Relationship between Fat Oxidation and Lactate Threshold in Athletes and Obese Women and Men
 
Stefan Bircher, Beat Knechtle
 

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