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PES Volume 28, Issue 2, May

Editor’s Notes

 

Exercise and the Healthy Child: Is There Anything More We Need To Know?


2016, 28, 165 – 166
Bareket Falk


Commentary

 

Pediatric Exercise Science: A Brief Overview


2016, 28, 167 – 170
Thomas Rowland


 

Aerobic Fitness and Trainability in Healthy Youth: Gaps in Our Knowledge


2016, 28, 171 – 177
Neil Armstrong, Melitta A. McNarry


 

Influence of Exercise and Training During Critical Stages of Bone Growth and Development


2016, 28, 178 – 186
Panagiota Klentrou


 

Protein Needs of Physically Active Children


2016, 28, 187 – 193
Kimberly A. Volterman, Stephanie A. Atkinson


 

Bridging the Gaps: The Promise of Omics Studies in Pediatric Exercise Research


2016, 28, 194 – 201
Shlomit Radom-Aizik, Dan M. Cooper


 

Children’s Neuromotor and Muscle-FunctionalAttributes—Outstanding Issues


2016, 28, 202 – 209
Raffy Dotan


 

Musculoskeletal Proportionality, Biomechanical Considerations, and Their Contribution to Movement in Adults and Children


2016, 28, 210 – 216
Thomas D. O'Brien


 

Exercise and Pediatric Brain Development: A Call to Action


2016, 28, 217 – 225
Sidney J. Segalowitz


 

Endocrine Response to Exercise and Training—Closing the Gaps


2016, 28, 226 – 232
Alon Eliakim


 

Physical Activity and Movement Proficiency: The Need for a Biocultural Approach


2016, 28, 194 – 201
Robert M. Malina, Sean P. Cumming, Manuel J. Coelho e Silva


Reviews

 

Reliability and Validity of Physical Activity Instruments Used in Children and Youth With Physical Disabilities: A Systematic Review


2016, 28, 240 – 263
Lauren White, Zlata Volfson, Guy Faulkner, Kelly Arbour-Nicitopoulos


 

Obesity, Asthma, and Exercise in Child and Adolescent Health


2016, 28, 264 – 274
Kim D. Lu, Krikor Manoukian, Shlomit Radom-Aizik, Dan M. Cooper, Stanley P. Galant


Original Research

 

Cerebral and Muscle Tissue Oxygenation DuringIncremental Cycling in Male Adolescents Measured by Time-Resolved Near-Infrared Spectroscopy


2016, 28, 275 – 285
Goutham Ganesan, Szu-Yun Leu, Albert Cerussi, Bruce Tromberg, Dan M. Cooper, Pietro Galassetti


 

The Effect of Postexercise Milk Protein Intake on Rehydration of Children


2016, 28, 286 – 295
Kimberly A. Volterman, Daniel Moore, Joyce Obeid, Elizabeth A. Offord, Brian W. Timmons


 

Bullying Victimization and Perpetration Among Adolescent Sport Teammates


2016, 28, 296 – 303
Blair Evans, Ashley Adler, Dany MacDonald, Jean Côté


 

Acute Physical Exercise Affects Cognitive Functioning in Children With Cerebral Palsy


2016, 28, 304 – 311
Desiree B. Maltais, Claire Gane, Sophie-Krystale Dufour, Dominik Wyss, Laurent J. Bouyer, Bradford J. McFadyen, Karl Zabjek, Jan Andrysek, Julien I.A. Voisin


 

Association Between Aerobic Fitness and High Blood Pressure in Adolescents in Brazil: Evidence for Criterion-Referenced Cut-Points


2016, 28, 312 – 320
Diego Augusto Silva, Mark Tremblay, Andreia Pelegrini, Roberto Jeronimo dos Santos Silva, Antonio Cesar Cabral de Oliveira, Edio Luiz Petroski


 

Reliability and Construct Validity of Yo-Yo Tests in Untrained and Soccer-Trained Schoolgirls Aged 9-16


2016, 28, 321 – 330
Susana C. Póvoas, Carlo Castagna, José Manuel da Costa Soares, Pedro Silva, Manuel Coelho-e-Silva, Fernando Matos, Peter Krustrup


 

Reliability and Validity of Field-Based Tests to Assess Upper-Body Muscular Strength in Children Aged 6-12 Years


2016, 28, 331 – 340
Jorge R. Fernandez Santos, Jonatan R. Ruiz, Jose Luis Gonzalez-Montesinos, Jose Castro-Piñero


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