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PES Volume 26, Issue 1, February

Editor’s Note

 

We Have Grown


2014, 26, 1 – 2
Bareket Falk


Review

 

Application of Stable Isotope Tracers in the Study of Exercise Metabolism in Children: A Primer


2014, 26, 3 – 10
Anthony D. Mahon, Brian W. Timmons


Original Research

 

Changes in Physical Fitness and Sports Participation Among Children With Different Levels of Motor Competence: A 2-Year Longitudinal Study


2014, 26, 11 – 21
Job Fransen, Dieter Deprez, Johan Pion, Isabel B. Tallir, Eva D'Hondt, Roel Vaeyens, Matthieu Lenoir, Renaat M. Philippaerts


 

Short-Term Lower-Body Plyometric Training Improves Whole-Body BMC, Bone Metabolic Markers, and Physical Fitness in Early Pubertal Male Basketball Players


2014, 26, 22 – 32
Anis Zribi, Mohamed Zouch, Hamada Chaari, Elyes Bouajina, Hela Ben Nasr, Monia Zaouali, Zouhair Tabka


 

The Relationship Between Impact Force, Neck Strength, and Neurocognitive Performance in Soccer Heading in Adolescent Females


2014, 26, 33 – 40
Gregory M. Gutierrez, Catherine Conte, Kristian Lightbourne


 

Adjustment of Measures of Strength and Power in Youth Male Athletes Differing in Body Mass and Maturation


2014, 26, 41 – 48
Cesar Marius Meylan, John Cronin, Will G. Hopkins, Jonathan Oliver


 

Oxygen Uptake and Energy Expenditure for Children During Rock Climbing Activity


2014, 26, 49 – 55
Phillip Baxter Watts, Megan L. Ostrowski


 

Cardiorespiratory and Muscular Responses to Simulated Upwind Sailing Exercise in Optimist Sailors


2014, 26, 56 – 63
Margot Callewaert, Jan Boone, Bert Celie, Dirk De Clercq, Jan G. Bourgois


 

Vitamin D Concentrations and Physical Performance in Competitive Adolescent Swimmers


2014, 26, 64 – 70
Gal Dubnov-Raz, Netachen Livne, Raanan Raz, Daniel Rogel, Avner H. Cohen, Naama W. Constantini


 

Acute Effects of Sled Towing on Sprint Time in Male Youth of Different Maturity Status


2014, 26, 71 – 75
Michael Clemens Rumpf, John Barry Cronin, Ikhwan Nur Mohamad, Sharil Mohamad, Jonathan Oliver, Michael Hughes


 

Association Between Accelerometer-Measured Physical Activity Intensities and Sedentary Time in 8- to 10-Year-Old Children


2014, 26, 76 – 85
Katya M. Herman, Gilles Paradis, Marie-Eve Mathieu, Jennifer O’Loughlin, Angelo Tremblay, Marie Lambert


 

Direct and Indirect Effects of Social Support on Youth Physical Activity Behavior


2014, 26, 86 – 94
Pedro Silva, Ryan Lott, Jorge Mota, Greg Welk


 

Patterns of Sedentary Behavior and Weight Status Among Children


2014, 26, 95 – 102
Valerie Carson, Michelle Stone, Guy Faulkner


 

Assessing Preschool Children’s Physical Activity: How Many Days of Accelerometry Measurement


Cheryl L. Addy, Jennifer L. Trilk, Marsha Dowda, Won Byun, Russell R. Pate


 

Validation of activPAL Defined Sedentary Time and Breaks in Sedentary Time in 4- to 6-Year-Olds


2014, 26, 110 – 117
Xanne Janssen, Dylan P. Cliff, John J. Reilly, Trina Hinkley, Rachel A. Jones, Marijka Batterham, Ulf Ekelund, Søren Brage, Anthony D. Okely


Other

 

All Submitted 2013 Reviewers


2014, 26, 118


 

Call for Papers for a Special Issue of PES: Endocrinology and Pediatric Exercise Science


2014, 26, 119


 

Erratum for the article by Taverno et al. in PES 25(2)


2014, 26, 120


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