The Journal of

Sport & Exercise ScienceTM

all articles in this issue

delve into the detail

Analysis of cortisol response and load in collegiate female lacrosse athletes: A pilot study

Jenna Carter1, Stephanie L. Mathews2, Brad J. Myers1, Jennifer A. Bunn3, Yvette L. Figueroa3 *
1Department of Physical Therapy, Campbell University, Buies Creek, USA
2Department of Biological Sciences, Campbell University, Buies Creek, USA
3Department of Kinesiology, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, USA

Bilateral lower limb asymmetry characteristics of female amateur high school football players

Regan Standing1 *, Peter Maulder1, Alex Douglas1, Russ Best1
1Centre for Sport Science & Human Performance, Waikato Institute of Technology, Hamilton, New Zealand

Physiological and subjective responses to a novel military specific load carriage treadmill protocol

Christopher A. J. Vine1, Sarah L. Coakley 1, 2, Sam D. Blacker 1, Oliver R. Runswick 1, 3, Stephen D. Myers 1 *
1Occupational Performance Research Group, Institute of Sport, Nursing and Allied Health, University of Chichester, Chichester, UK
2Faculty of Sport, Allied Health and Performance Science, St Mary’s University, London, UK
3Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, Kings College London, London, UK

The characteristics of within match play acceleration and deceleration activity in international hockey

Eoin Cunniffe1, 2 *, Marco Beato3, Adam Grainger2, Walter McConnell4, Catherine Blake1
1School of Public Health, Physiotherapy and Sports Science, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
2Hockey Ireland, Dublin, Ireland
3Department of Science and Technology, University of Suffolk, Ipswich, United Kingdom
4Backfour Analytics, Dublin, Ireland

Characterisation of physiological performance measures in arid and humid military operational environments

Edward T. Ashworth1 *, James D. Cotter2, Andrew E. Kilding1
1 Sport Performance Research Institute of New Zealand, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
2 School of Physical Education, Otago University, New Zealand

The reliability and validity of different jump-test performance metrics for fatigue monitoring in amateur boxing

Callum Blades1, 2 *, Mick Wilkinson2
1Department of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Northumbria University, UK
2School of Sport, Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing, University of Wolverhampton, UK

A comparison of countermovement jump performance and kinetics at the start and end of an international Rugby Sevens season

Ben Lonergan1 *, Phil Price2, Stephanie L. Lazarczuk3, David J. Howarth4, 5, 6, Daniel D. Cohen7, 8
1West Ham Football Club, Physical Development Department, Romford, UK
2Falculty of Sport, Allied Health and Performance Science, St Mary’s University, Twickenham, UK
3School of Allied Health Sciences, Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus, Queensland, Australia
4Faculty of Health, School of Sport, Exercise & Rehabilitation, University of Technology Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
5Connacht Rugby, Galway, Co. Galway, Ireland
6Irish Rugby Football Union, Dublin, Ireland
7Masira Research Institute, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Santander (UDES), Bucaramanga, Colombia
8Mindeporte (Colombian Ministry of Sport), Centre for Sport Science, Bogotá, Colombia

Contralateral muscle fatigue from slow, isokinetic contractions is not velocity-specific

Colin A. Duffett1, Shawn A. Wiseman1, Ashwini Punjabi1, Kevin E. Power1, David G. Behm1 *
1School of Human Kinetics and Recreation, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

subscribe to JSES

in your inbox every issue