I would like to recognize many groups of people who help make the SCJ a quality journal.

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Now published monthly, JSCR features original research that addresses optimal physical performance through applied exercise science. Request for Manuscripts for SCJ Sports Medicine special topics Issue Call for Papers The purpose of this special issue is to bridge the gap between research and techniques used in the sports medicine profession within the strength and conditioning realm.

Welcome to Volume 42, the 2020 edition of the Strength and Conditioning Journal! The term “tactical athlete” can refer to police officers, Tier 1 soldiers, firefighters, or even emergency medical service personnel. At this time we are soliciting manuscripts for a Sports Medicine SCJ special topics issue. military, law enforcement, etc.) Follow topic How do strength gains transfer to sport? Strength and Conditioning - Science topic Explore the latest questions and answers in Strength and Conditioning, and find Strength and Conditioning experts. View Strength and Conditioning Research Papers on Academia.edu for free. We have a first-class senior editorial team composed of a Managing Editor/Assistant and Associate Editors in Chief, along with an outstanding group of Associate Editors and Column Editors. The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research (JSCR) is a monthly publication that provides original research, symposia, reviews, technical reports, and research notes to provide educational content with a mission to advance the strength and conditioning industry. Tactical strength and conditioning is the application of strength and conditioning principles in a tactical (e.g. Should strength coaches stop using the hip thrust to improve sprinting performance? How do strength gains transfer to sprinting?
Consistent with the mission of the Strength and Conditioning Journal, this special topics issue is devoted to empowering personal trainers with evidence-based knowledge that has true practical value. Strength training for sport. The S&C Research Review is a monthly summary of the latest strength and conditioning, biomechanics, physiology, and physical therapy research. Strength and Conditioning is an interesting field because personal experience and academic research need to be used together to develop the best methods. The university particularly likes the students to use a peice of equipment like force plates, biomechanics software, etc which gets the students extra marks. It comes out on the first day of every month, and you can subscribe to it on PayPal for just $10 per month and no long-term commitment!