of Exercise Physiologyonline
journal is an electronic professional online journal devoted to
original and review articles from the field of exercise physiology. The
Journal is published monthly by the American Society of Exercise
(ASEP). The manuscript and all
should be submitted to:
Boone, PhD, MPH, MA, FASEP, EPC
of Exercise Physiology
of a manuscript implies: (1) that it has not been published
(except in the form of an abstract or as a published lecture, review,
thesis); (2) that it is not under consideration elsewhere; (3) that its
publication has been approved by all coauthors; and (4) that if and
the manuscript is accepted for publication, the authors agree to
transfer of the copyright to the publisher.
should be submitted in English, typed, and single-spaced on one side of
standard-sized white bond paper. The name and institution of each
author should be inserted under the title of the article. In
to the hard copy sent to the Editor-in-Chief, the author(s) should also
submit a copy of the article on a PC disk in Microsoft Word
The electronic version should exactly match the paper version.
page should include: the title of the paper, institutional
and highest academic degrees of all authors; the name and place of the
institution at which the work was done; disclaimers, if any; and the
name and mailing address (include telephone number) of the
should be prefaced by an abstract. Major articles should include
a structured abstract of not more than 200 words; Case Reports and
Articles (essays) should include an unstructured abstract of not more
60 words. Structured "research" abstracts should consist of four
A statement of the primary focus of the study.
the study was done, including details of research design, statistics,
other important procedures.
salient results of the study.
The conclusions and the applications.
words should be listed.
a research article should begin with an untitled
that conveys the purpose of the study and addresses the relevant
The Methods section should detail the technical and research
(i.e., how the study was done, including research design, and
Results section should present a concise analysis
of the results.
The Discussion section should present the significance of the
with discussion and comparison to relevant literature. The text
special articles (essays) should be more general
in design. Headings and subheadings can be used as needed to get
the author(s) points across to the reader.
should be listed at the end of the article. Arrange the
in numerical order in brackets. That is, the first reference in
article should be number one (1), and the second reference should be
two (2). Complete data should be included for each
The following are examples:
V. H. (1997). Advanced fitness assessment & exercise
(3rd edition). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.
D.C., Boone, W.T., and Lindsey, L.R. (1999). Cardiovascular and
responses during 30 minutes of treadmill exercise shortly after
a small, high-carbodydrate meal. International Journal of Sports
R.B. (1998). Creatine supplement: Analysis of ergogenic value, medical
safety, and concerns.
Journal of Exercise Physiologyonline . 1:1 [Online].
and statistical information should be reported in tables. Each
in the table should have a heading, and each table should be located in
the text of the article. Tables (and figures) should be numbered
according to the order in which they have been cited in the text.
consist of pictures, graphs, and drawings, and are inserted in the
as figures. Submit illustrations via the PC disk format or email
so that the editor can simply copy and paste into the appropriate
page. The format should be one of several, including pdf, gif,
is first reviewed by the editor. Then, the editor sends the
to two members of the editorial committee for further review.
for rejecting articles may include:
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physiologists, you can expect to get it.” -- William Boone
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