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Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research

The Official Research Journal of the National Strength and Conditioning Association

Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research

The Official Research Journal of the National Strength and Conditioning Association
ISBN/ISSN
1064-8011
Publication Date
January 1, 2008
2008-01-1
Publication Frequency
Published 12 times per year (Monthly)
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  • Description

    The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (JSCR) is the National Strength and Conditioning Association's scientific journal. Now published monthly, JSCR features original research that addresses optimal physical performance through applied exercise science. Research published in JSCR provides coverage of many topics including: conditioning, sport and exercise demands, the effects of training programs on physical performance, and underlying biological basis for exercise performance.

     

    An individual subscription includes 12 print issues, full-text online access to all current and back issues, as well access to Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research for the iPad! ®.

    Visit the journal online at nsca-scj.com
  • Specs
    ISBN/ISSN
    1064-8011
    Product Format
    PB-Paperback
    Publication Frequency
    Published 12 times per year (Monthly)
    Publication Date
    January 1, 2008
  • About The Editor(s)
    William J. Kraemer Ph.D.
    Professor
    Department of Human Sciences
    College of Education and Human Ecology
    The Ohio State University
    Columbus, OH
  • Features
    --Original research that addresses optimal physical performance through applied exercise science
    --Addresses many topics including: conditioning, sport and exercise demands, the effects of training programs on physical performance, and underlying biological basis for exercise performance
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