Journal of Sports Economics (JSE), peer-reviewed and published quarterly, publishes scholarly research in the field of sports economics. JSE is unique in that it is the only journal devoted specifically to this rapidly growing field. The aim of the journal is to further research in the area of sports economics by bringing together theoretical and empirical research in a single intellectual venue
British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) is a multi-media information portal that provides original research, reviews and debate relating to clinically-relevant aspects of sport and exercise medicine. We contribute to innovation (research), education (teaching and learning) and knowledge translation (implementing research into practice and policy). We use web, print, video and audio material to serve the international sport and exercise medicine community.
The primary aims of the Journal are to provide a means of communicating the advances being made in the areas of biomechanics and biomedical engineering and to stimulate interest in the continually emerging computer based technologies which are being applied in these multidisciplinary subjects. The Journal will also provide a focus for the importance of integrating the disciplines of engineering with medical technology and clinical expertise. Such integration will have a major impact on health care in the future.
High quality research articles form the main body of the Journal. These contributed papers will cover both the engineering and clinical aspects of computer methods in biomedical engineering. Topics covered include the mechanical response of bone and bone/tissue/implant analysis, tissue mechanics, mechanobiology, modelling of biomaterials, material identification, human body impact, motion analysis, kinesiology, mechanotransduction, computer assisted surgery, surgical simulation, computer animation, computational and systems biology and medical imaging. Dental mechanics, biofluids, cardiovascular mechanics, soft-tissue modelling and joint/ligament mechanics are also topics of primary importance. As well as providing a forum where advances in these complex areas can be published and discussed in open academic debate, the Journal also contains special issues and feature articles, techical notes and reviews, and short communications.
Ergonomics, also known as human factors, is the scientific discipline that seeks to understand and improve human interactions with products, equipment, environments and systems. Drawing upon human biology, psychology, engineering and design, ergonomics aims to develop and apply knowledge and techniques to optimise system performance, whilst protecting the health, safety and well-being of individuals involved. The attention of ergonomics extends across work, leisure and other aspects of our daily lives.
The journal Ergonomics is an international multi-disciplinary refereed publication, with a 50 year tradition of disseminating high quality research. Original submissions, both theoretical and applied, are invited from across the subject, including physical, cognitive, organisational and environmental ergonomics. Papers reporting the findings of research from cognate disciplines are also welcome, where these contribute to understanding equipment, tasks, jobs, systems and environments and the corresponding needs, abilities and limitations of people.
The European Journal of Sport Science (EJSS) is the official journal of the European College of Sport Science and is published 6 times per year by Taylor & Francis. The editorial policy of the Journal pursues the multi-disciplinary aims of the College: to promote the highest standards of scientific study and scholarship in respect of the following fields: (a) natural sciences of sport; (b) social and behavioural sciences and humanities (c) sports medicine; and (d) sport itself. The Journal also aims to facilitate and enhance communication across all sub-disciplines of the sport sciences. The Journal publishes original research as well as review articles of topics of contemporary importance or interest. The College is not exclusively committed to any particular schools of thought or methods of research.
The European Sport Management Quarterly (ESMQ) publishes articles that contribute to our understanding of how sport organizations are structured, managed and operated. Founded by the European Association for Sport Management, the Journal sets out to enhance our understanding of the role of sport management and sport bodies in social life and the way social, political and economic forces and practices affect these organizations.
ESMQ covers all types of sport organization and examines public, voluntary and commercial sport bodies, both amateur and professional; businesses that produce sport-related commodities; and service organizations in the sport industry. ESMQ also explores how non-sporting bodies, such as the state, regulatory authorities, sponsors and so forth, affect the structure and processes of sport organizations. While the Journal welcomes papers with a European perspective, it has a broad geographic range and encourages comparative studies and articles with an international perspective.
The Journal sets out to enhance our understanding of the role of sport management and sport bodies in social life and the way social, political and economic forces and practices affect these organizations. ESMQ covers all types of sport organization and examines public, voluntary and commercial sport bodies, both amateur and professional; businesses that produce sport-related commodities; and service organizations in the sport industry. ESMQ also explores how non-sporting bodies, such as the state, regulatory authorities, sponsors and so forth, affect the structure and processes of sport organizations. While the Journal welcomes papers with a European perspective, it has a broad geographic range and encourages comparative studies and articles with an international perspective.
The International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology ( IJSEP ) publishes empirical and theoretical contributions in the science of physical activity, human movement, exercise, and sport. The journal’s Editors and Editorial Board encourage researchers and scholars worldwide to submit their work for publication, since the journal emphasizes its international perspective. Innovative applications, cross-cultural research and position statements of international organizations are especially welcomed.
The primary purposes of IJSEP are to promote understanding of sport psychology research and practice around the world, enhance theoretical and practical knowledge in these fields and promote high-quality scientific and applied work in sport and exercise psychology.
Sections in the Journal are devoted to areas including group dynamics, moral and ethical issues, social aspects in sport and exercise, and biological aspects of behavior.
The Journal of Applied Sport Psychology is a refereed journal designed to advance thought, theory, and research on applied aspects of sport and exercise psychology. Submissions such as position papers, reviews, theoretical developments specific to sport and/or exercise and applied research conducted in these settings or having significant applied implications to sport and exercise are appropriate content for the JASP .
The purpose of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) is to promote the development of psychological theory, research, and intervention strategies in sport psychology. The journal is a direct benefit of membership in AASP and is received by student and professional members.
Peer Review Policy: All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review based on initial editor screening, anonymous blind reviews, and associate editor input.
The Journal of Sport & Tourism (JS&T) is a multidisciplinary publication featuring high quality articles on all aspects of the relationship between sport and tourism. It welcomes submissions from all relevant subject areas, such as sport, leisure, physical education and tourism, and from a wide range of disciplines including, but not confined to: sociology, psychology, geography, policy studies, management studies, economics and marketing.
Journal of Sport and Social Issues (JSSI), published monthly, brings you the latest research, discussion and analysis on contemporary sport issues. Using an international, interdisciplinary perspective, JSSI examines today's most pressing and far-reaching questions about sport.
The Journal of Sport Psychology in Action is an official publication of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology , and is a refereed journal, designed to promote the application of scientific knowledge to the practice of sport, exercise, and health psychology.
Topics covered in this journal include interdisciplinary work — drawing from the fields of exercise physiology, sport science, and health psychology — that target knowledge and application for professionals and practitioners.
The journal differs from other sport and exercise psychology journals because of the target audience and style of writing. The Journal of Sport Psychology in Action is written for practitioners, coaches, athletes, and individuals from various sport organizations.
The Journal of Sports Sciences publishes articles of a high standard on various aspects of the sports sciences covering a number of disciplinary bases, including anatomy, biochemistry, biomechanics, psychology, sociology, as well as ergonomics, kinanthropometry and other interdisciplinary perspectives. In addition to reports of research, review articles and book reviews are published. The emphasis of the Journal is on the human sciences, broadly defined, applied to sport and exercise. Besides experimental work in human responses to exercise, the subjects covered will include human rersponses to technologies such as the design of sports equipment and playing facilities, research in training, selection, performance prediction or modification, and stress reduction or manifestation. Manuscripts dealing with original investigations of exercise, validation of technological innovations in sport or comprehensive reviews of topics relevant to the scientific study of sport will be considered for publication.
The Journal presents research findings in the growing area of exercise and sports sciences to an international audience. The readership for this journal is varied and ranges from academic research workers to professionals in recreation, sports coaching and training.
Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science (MPEES) covers a wide variety of subjects in the area of measurement research in physical education and exercise science. Each journal section is devoted to theoretical and methodological issues in measurement and statistics. This journal is essential reading for anyone who has a use for quality measurement information in the fields of physical education and exercise science. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science presents the best research, test reviews, tutorials, commentaries, and discussion of theoretical and methodological issues in measurement and statistics as they apply to this field of study.
Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health is a landmark publication – it is the first international journal solely dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of qualitative research in the sport, exercise, and health sciences. Providing a forum for qualitative researchers within all the social scientific areas of sport, exercise, and health the journal offers researchers, practitioners, and students’ access to cutting edge empirical inquiry, scholarly dialogues, and the latest developments in qualitative methodologies and methods.
Open to all qualitative approaches, Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health aims to be eclectic in content. It will publish refereed articles covering the diverse landscape of qualitative research. There are four issues a year to include empirical research articles, methodological articles, theoretical articles that address conceptual issues underlying qualitative research, review essays, and book reviews.
Quest is the official journal of the National Association for Kinesiology and Physical Education in Higher Education (NAKPEHE) and the leading scholarly journal for professionals in kinesiology and physical education today. Each issue presents new scholarly developments and addresses challenging issues facing professionals across the sub-disciplines of kinesiology.
Quest’s primary purpose is to publish manuscripts that address issues and concerns relevant and meaningful to kinesiology and physical education in higher education. The journal does not publish original research reports but welcomes manuscripts that are based on, complement, or review empirical research related to our profession. Both theoretical and practice-based articles are considered. Quest serves a broad readership that includes academicians, teachers, and administrators by providing a public forum for scholarly and creative thought about the profession.
Soccer and Society is the first international journal devoted to the world’s most popular game. It covers all aspects of soccer globally from anthropological, cultural, economic, historical, political and sociological perspectives. Soccer and Society encourages and favours clearly written research, analysis and comment.
The South African Journal of Sports Medicine is an international, refereed journal published for professionals with a primary interest in sports medicine and exercise science practice. The journal publishes original research and reviews covering diagnostics, therapeutics and rehabilitation in healthy and physically challenged individuals of all ages and levels of sport and exercise participation.
Sport in History is a history journal that publishes original, archivally-based research on the history of sport, leisure and recreation. The journal encourages the study of sport to illuminate broader historical issues and debates.
Includes an extensive reviews section, an annual compendium of sports-related accessions to British archives and a ’Sport in Public History’ section dealing with issues of sports-related heritage and memory in society.
Forthcoming special issues will focus on the history of drugs in sport, sport in Ireland and Roger Bannister and the four minute mile.
The considerable growth of interest in commerce, media and politics in the modern world and their relationship to sport in international academia has resulted in academics not only in sports studies but in business, economics, law, management, politics, and media and tourism studies writing in ever-increasing numbers about sport. Sport in Society is a multi-disciplinary and inter-disciplinary forum for academics to discuss the growing relationship of sport to these significant areas of modern life.
Sports Biomechanics is the scientific journal of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports (ISBS). The journal sets out to generate knowledge to improve human performance and reduce the incidence of injury, and to communicate this knowledge to scientists, coaches, clinicians, teachers, and participants. The target performance realms include not only the conventional areas of sports and exercise, but also fundamental motor skills and other highly specialized human movements such as dance (both sport and artistic).
Sports Biomechanics is unique in its emphasis on a broad biomechanical spectrum of human performance including, but not limited to, technique, skill acquisition, training, strength and conditioning , exercise, coaching, teaching, equipment, modeling and simulation , measurement, and injury prevention and rehabilitation. As well as maintaining scientific rigour, there is a strong editorial emphasis on 'reader friendliness'. By emphasising the practical implications and applications of research, the journal seeks to benefit practitioners directly.
Sports Biomechanics publishes papers in four sections: Original Research, Reviews, Teaching, and Methods and Theoretical Perspectives.
Now in its 28th year, The International Journal of the History of Sport (IJHS) is the world’s leading sport history academic periodical with its fully-refereed global coverage of the subject. As well as regular issues, the IJHS also offers regionally-focused issues on the Americas, Africa, Asia, Australasia and the Pacific, Europe, and from 2012 the Middle East. Additionally there are special issues each year on topics and themes of international significance. A reviews section ensures that readers are kept up to date with publications in the field. As befits an international journal, abstracts for the regular issues are translated into French, German, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin and Spanish.
Peer Review Statement
All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing by at least two referees.
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science aims to advance the science and philosophy of human-centered design. The journal focuses on a broad array of theoretical issues, methodology, and philosophical dialogues within the science of human factors and ergonomics, and is a highly respected forum for interdisciplinary discussion within this field, cutting across the design, engineering, technology, and management of human-compatible systems in the broadest sense. The Journal is proactive in its mission to develop a unique discipline, and seeks to define and promote theories of ergonomics as distinct and inherently valuable for the global knowledge community, including human factors scientists and engineers, ergonomists, industrial designers, industrial engineers, systems engineers, design engineers, cognitive and organizational psychologists, occupational health specialists and human-computer interaction specialists.
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science emphasizes new knowledge, publishing original, high-quality, peer-reviewed papers as well as commissioned reviews and peer-reviewed commentaries. Topics include both qualitative and quantitative methodological frameworks and theories of ergonomics. The Journal presents papers that discuss principles of the investigative process in ergonomics research, social and historical issues, and science of science perspectives on ergonomics. Papers that examine the discipline itself, including bibliographical analyses of classic papers, are also published.
Unlike other ergonomics journals that deal primarily with applications, Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science focuses on theoretical aspects of the science, such as causality and the underlying aspects of behaviour in a complex human-technology-environment systems sense. Above all, the Journal provides a vehicle for the dissemination of research on the underpinning scientific foundation of the discipline of ergonomics that no other publication covers. It creates the opportunity to consider the newest approaches of associated domains and to implant them in work system design. Authors are encouraged to discuss extensive and coherent theories that stimulate future empirical and modelling research within the ergonomics discipline.
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Food and drink choices before,duringandaftertrainingandcompetitionhave a direct impacton health, body mass and composition, nutrient availability and recovery time, and an optimaldietcansignificantlyimproveexercise performance. Nutrition for Sport and Exercise outlinesthefundamentalprinciplesofnutritionin relation to sport and exercise and then applies these principles through practical tools such as food and nutrient lists, recipes and menu options. This practical guide translates the athlete's goals into achievable strategies and shortens the gap between theory and practice. Equipping the reader to successfully implement dietary changes, this is an invaluable resource for athletes, sports physicians and undergraduate students of nutrition and sport and exercise science courses. SpecialFeatures Dedicatedchaptersontheimpactandrelevanceofspecificnutrientsandfoodgroups Includesrecipesandmenuoptions Coverstheareaofsportandexercisenutritionwithan evidence-basedapproach Conciseandaccessible,combiningtheoryandpractice
What are the most effective tools, techniques and technologies available to coaches and sport scientists in the assessment of player and team performance? This is the first book dedicated to the assessment of performance in field sports such as soccer, rugby, hockey and lacrosse. It provides detailed and clear information about the laboratory and field-based methods that can be used to evaluate improvements in individual and team performance, from basic physiological assessment to the use of video and information technologies. Standing at the interface between sport sciences and sport coaching, the book examines a wide range of performance criteria, including: physiology strength, conditioning and fitness decision-making coordination and motor skills sport specific skills team play.Integrating cutting-edge theory, research and technology with best practice in applied sport science, this book is important reading for all students of sport sciences, kinesiology, human movement science, sports performance, or sports coaching. Christopher Carling is Head of Sports Science at Lille Football Club. Thomas Reilly is Director of the Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Sciences at Liverpool John Moores University. He is President of the World Commission of Science and Sports. A. Mark Williams is Professor of Motor Behaviour at the Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University.
The second edition of "Skills and Strategies for Coaching Soccer" is fully updated and revised, bringing the book right up-to-date with current coaching trends and practices. Building on the success of the first edition Alan Hargreaves together with Dick Bate have produced a resource that is truly relevant to every coach irrespective of individual style and experience. It covers all aspects of the job; from philosophy to match management, providing key advice for coaches working with players of all abilities. Every essential soccer skill is covered in a progressive manner in order to get optimum results from players in real match situations. There are extensive chapters on tactics, which provide advice on team formation and set-pieces for offensive and defensive situations. Skills will be built up from basic practices through to drills that are practiced by professional players. What's more, all of the technique illustrations from the first edition have been replaced with photos and all drills are accompanied with informative illustrated diagrams.
Sport and Exercise Science introduces students to the essentials of the major contributing disciplines biomechanics, physiology and psychology. It provides detailed knowledge and understanding of each subject area combined with explicit advice on how to study effectively, research further and think critically. Case studies clearly relate theory to practice and learning exercises support readersthroughout the text.
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Hip & Groin Exam (6 of 7): Special tests
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6. Special tests: SI Joint, piriformis syndrome, stress fracture, snapping hip
Dr. Mark Hutchinson's Knee, Shoulder and Hip/Groin Exam is a combined project of the University of British Columbia (UBC), the University of Illinois, Chicago (UIC), the Norwegian University of Sport Sciences, Oslo. The project is a teaching initiative of the Centre for Hip Health and Mobility (CHHM) (Vancouver).
The faculty leads are Drs Mark Hutchinson, Teresa Liu-Ambrose, Karim Khan and Roald Bahr. Additional faculty support has come from Drs Michael Koehle, Ian Scott, Navin Prasad as well as Tyler Dumont. Project coordinators: Tonia Timperley and Julian Cooper (UBC School of Human Kinetics, Faculty of Education) Funding: UBC Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund (TLEF) through the Faculty of Education and the Faculty of Medicine.
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