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PES Volume 27, Issue 2, May

Original Research

 

Aerobic Training Increases Expression Levels of SIRT3 and PGC-1α in Skeletal Muscle of Overweight Adolescents Without Change in Caloric Intake


2015, 27, 177 – 184
Katya Vargas-Ortiz, Victoriano Perez-Vazquez, Francisco J. Diaz-Cisneros, Arturo Figueroa, Lizbeth M. Jiménez-Flores, Gustavo Rodriguez-DelaRosa, Maciste H. Macias


 

Left Ventricular Morphology in Different Periods of the Training Season in Elite Young Swimmers


2015, 27, 185 – 191
Eszter Csajagi, Ipoly Szauder, Zsuzsanna Major, Gábor Pavlik


 

Acute Effects of Energy Deficit Induced by Moderate-intensity Exercise or Energy-Intake Restriction on Postprandial Lipemia in Healthy Girls


2015, 27, 192 – 202
Alice Emily Thackray, Laura Ann Barrett, Keith Tolfrey


 

In Nonobese Children, Fitness and BMI are Independent Predictors of Fasting Insulin


2015, 27, 203 – 207
Andrew M. Watson, Jens Eickhoff, Blaise A. Nemeth, Aaron L. Carrel


 

The Contribution of Youth Sport Football to Weekend Physical Activity for Males Aged 9 to 16 Years: Variability Related to Age and Playing Position


2015, 27, 208 – 218
Sally A.M. Fenton, Joan L. Duda, Timothy Barrett


 

Sedentary Time and Screen-Based Sedentary Behaviors of Children With a Chronic Disease


2015, 27, 219 – 225
Rachel G. Walker, Joyce Obeid, Thanh Nguyen, Hilde Ploeger, Nicole A. Proudfoot, Cecily Bos, Anthony K. Chan, Linda Pedder, Robert M. Issenman, Katrin Scheinemann, Karen McAssey, Brian W. Timmons


 

Associations Between Home Environment and After-School Physical Activity and Sedentary Time Among 6th Grade Children


2015, 27, 226 – 233
Erica Y. Lau, Daheia J. Barr-Anderson, Marsha Dowda, Melinda Forthofer, Ruth P. Saunders, Russell R. Pate


 

The UP4FUN Intervention Effect on Breaking Up Sedentary Time in 10- to 12-Year-Old Belgian Children: The ENERGY-Project


2015, 27, 234 – 242
Maite Verloigne, Sveinung Berntsen, Nicola D. Ridgers, Greet Cardon, Mai Chinapaw, Teatske Altenburg, Johannes Brug, Elling Bere, Ilse De Bourdeaudhuij, Wendy Van Lippevelde, Lea Maes


 

Perceptions of the Neighborhood Environment and Children’s Afterschool Moderate-to-Vigorous Physical Activity


2015, 27, 243 – 251
Samantha M. McDonald, Marsha Dowda, Natalie Colabianchi, Dwayne Porter, Rod K. Dishman, Russell R. Pate


 

Measuring Perceived Barriers to Physical Activity in Adolescents


2015, 27, 252 – 261
Katie E. Gunnell, Jennifer Brunet, Erin K. Wing, Mathieu Bélanger


 

The Concurrent Validity of the 3-Day Physical Activity Recall in Australian Youth


2015, 27, 262 – 267
James Dollman, Rebecca Stanley, Andrew Wilson


 

Validity of the Pediatric Running-Based Anaerobic Sprint Test to Determine Anaerobic Performance in Healthy Children


2015, 27, 268 – 276
Bart C. Bongers, Maarten S. Werkman, Donna Blokland, Maria J.C. Eijsermans, Patrick van der Torre, Bart Bartels, Olaf Verschuren, Tim Takken


 

Kinematics and Kinetics of Maximum Running Speed in Youth Across Maturity


2015, 27, 277 – 284
Michael C. Rumpf, John B. Cronin, Jonathan Oliver, Michael Hughes


 

The Influence of Organized Physical Activity (Including Gymnastics) on Young Adult Skeletal Traits: Is Maturity Phase Important?


2015, 27, 285 – 296
Brittney Bernardoni, Paula F. Rosenbaum, Jill A. Kanaley, Lindsay N. Raab, Lindsay N. Raab, Sijian Wang, Jodi N. Dowthwaite


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