Aims and Scope
Sprint Performance Determinants in High-level Young SwimmersCarolina L. Matos, Ana T. Conceição, Hugo G. Louro, Henrique P. Neiva, Pedro N. Sobreiro, Bárbara L. Viana and Daniel A. Marinho
The Open Sports Sciences Journal, 2022; 15: e1875399X2211240.
Electronic Publication Date: December 30, 2022
A Narrative Review: Exercise Induces Adipose Browning by Altering the Gut Microbiome ProfileDini Suryani, Vita Murniati Tarawan, Imam Megantara, Ronny Lesmana, Nova Sylviana and Hanna Goenawan
The Open Sports Sciences Journal, 2022; 15: e1875399X2211210.
Electronic Publication Date: December 29, 2022
Smartpaddle® as a New Tool for Monitoring Swimmers’ Kinematic and Kinetic Variables in Real TimeDaniel A. Marinho, Tiago M. Barbosa, Ari Auvinen, Tiago Lopes, António J. Silva and Jorge E. Morais
The Open Sports Sciences Journal, 2022; 15: e1875399X2210310.
Electronic Publication Date: December 14, 2022
Predictors of Physical Educators' Attitudes toward including Students with Disabilities in Inclusive ClassesMajed M. Alhumaid
The Open Sports Sciences Journal, 2022; 15: e1875399X2210260.
Electronic Publication Date: December 12, 2022
Chronic Non-communicable Diseases, Pain, and Coping Strategies: An OverviewAmani Mechraoui, Eya Bouzouraa and Nadhir Hammami
The Open Sports Sciences Journal, 2022; 15: e1875399X2209260.
Electronic Publication Date: November 25, 2022
Mental Health and Physical Activity: A COVID-19 ViewpointSunday O. Onagbiye, Zandile June-Rose Mchiza, Ezihe L. Ahanonu, Susan H. Bassett, Andre Travill
COVID-19, which has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation, has become a public health emergency across the globe. It is a highly contagious disease, which elicits high levels of fear amongst the world population and is considered a threat to the world economy. As a response to this pandemic, international governments have devised unconventional measures to guard the health of their citizenry. Among these are the “new normal” country lockdown that mandates working from home, home-schooling of children, and physical/social distancing from friends and family. For the majority, this has resulted in momentary job loss and loneliness, and other psychological illnesses. Hence millions are frightened, depressed and panic easily as a result of the tension due to the uncertainty, which interferes with their job performance, livelihoods, international trade and the world economy. If not mitigated, this is likely to cause physical health deterioration, with severe mental illness being the outcome. To reduce mental health illnesses during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, evidence suggests prioritising regular participation in physical activity and exercise across lifespan. It is also important for medical experts who specialise in the care and management of mental health to recognise physical activity and exercise as a medicine that can ameliorate some mental illnesses and their associated risk factors.
May 24, 2021
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Resilience, Psychological Characteristics, and Resting-state Brain Cortical Activity in Athletes and Non-athletesDecember 29, 2017
Determinative Factors in The Injury Incidence on Runners: Synthesis of Evidence “Injuries on Runners”December 29, 2017
Physiological and Biomechanical Fatigue Responses in Karate: A Case StudyDecember 29, 2017
Numerical Study of Non-Newtonian Blood Behavior in the Abdominal Aortic Bifurcation of a Patient-Specific at RestDecember 29, 2017
Using Wavelet Transform for Speed Fluctuation Analysis During Manikin Carry with FinsDecember 29, 2017
Relationship Between Knee Extensors Power Output and Vastus Lateralis EMG Activation in Elderly Women: Influence of Mother Wavelet Selection