The Journal of Sport Medicine and Physical Fitness focuses on the different scientific facets of sporting activities and publishesarticles about exercise physiology and biomechanics, body composition and nutrition, internal medicine, traumatology and rehabilitation, cardiology and related disciplines. It aims to promote the original investigations and scientific innovations in the spectrum of science applied to physical activity, exercise, and participation in sport. The journal is a tool for scientists, coaches, physicians, physiotherapists and health workers, helping them implement the latest scientific achievements and innovations in their professional practice.
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise is the leading multidisciplinary original research journal for members. Each issue features original investigations, clinical studies and comprehensive reviews on current topics in sports medicine and exercise science. Featured topics include: Sports medicine practice; Physiology; Epidemiology; Biodynamics; Physical fitness and performance.
Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport publishes research in the art and science of human movement that contributes significantly to the knowledge base of the field as new information, reviews, substantiation or contradiction of previous findings, development of theory, or as application of new or improved techniques. The goals of RQES are to provide a scholarly outlet for knowledge that: (a) contributes to the study of human movement, particularly its cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary nature; (b) impacts theory and practice regarding human movement; (c) stimulates research about human movement; and (d) provides theoretical reviews and tutorials related to the study of human movement.
Sports Medicine bridges the gap between science and practice in the promotion of exercise and health, and in the scientific assessment, study and understanding of sports performance. Regular features include: sports injury prevention and treatment; exercise for health; drugs in sport and recommendations for training and nutrition. Designed as a superb reference source for physicians, sports medicine specialists, physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, team doctors and trainers alike, Sports Medicine focuses on definitive and comprehensive review articles that interpret and evaluate the current literature to provide the rationale for, and application of, research findings.