JEPonline

Current and Past Issues

The Journal of Exercise Physiologyonline, published by the American Society of Exercise Physiologists, is a professional peer reviewed Internet-based journal devoted to original research and reviews in exercise physiology. The journal is read internationally and welcomes submission by authors from throughout the world. Although encouraged, no affiliation to the American Society of Exercise Physiologists is required. Accepted articles appear in Word and PDF.

Prior to submitting an article to JEPonline, refer to the Submission Guidelines for the "specifics" in organizing the manuscript. Submission Guidelines

The JEPonline journal is directed by the Editor-In-Chief, Tommy Boone, PhD, MPH, MAM, MBA. He can be contacted at tbooneasep@gmail.com

Copyright ©1997-2013 American Society of Exercise Physiologists. All Rights Reserved. Any reproduction, retransmission,or republication (in whole or in part) of any document or information found on this site for "republication purposes or to otherwise take ownership," is expressly prohibited, unless otherwise agreed to by one of more of the ASEP organizational representatives. ASEP does not charge readers or their institutions for access to the electronic journal articles.


PEPonline

Current and Past Issues

The Professionalization of Exercise Physiologyonline is a peer review electronic journal that publishes articles that provide a rationale for professionalism in exercise physiology and the professional development of exercise physiologists. To access the Submission Guidelines, click on the following URL:

Submission Guidelines


JPEP

December 2014 (pdf) ASEP Board Certification and Exercise Medicine

December 2014 (docx) ASEP Board Certification and Exercise Medicine

November 2014 (pdf) Who Is in Charge: Them or You

November 2014 (docx) Who Is in Charge: Them or You

October 2014 (pdf) Problems and Opportunities in Exercise Physiology Higher Education

October 2014 (docx) Problems and Opportunities in Exercise Physiology Higher Education

September 2014 (pdf) Transcending Our Limits: Professionalism

September 2014 (docx) Transcending Our Limits: Professionalism

August 2014 (pdf) Paying the Price for Exercise Physiology Professionalism

August 2014 (docx) Paying the Price for Exercise Physiology Professionalism

July 2014 (pdf) How to Become an Exercise Physiologist

July 2014 (docx) How to Become an Exercise Physiologist

June 2014 (pdf) Exercise Medicine: Are We Missing Something?

June 2014 (docx) Exercise Medicine: Are We Missing Something?

May 2014 (pdf) No Time for Defeat

May 2014 (docx) No Time for Defeat

April 2014 (pdf) The Importance of Thinking Straight

April 2014 (docx) The Importance of Thinking Straight

March 2014 (pdf) A Vision of Something Better!

March 2014 A Vision of Something Better!

February 2014 Exercise Is Medicine

February 2014 (pdf) Exercise Is Medicine

January 2014 (pdf) A Sense Of Personal Purpose

January 2014 A Sense Of Personal Purpose

December 2013 Invitation to Professionalism

December 2013 (pdf) Invitation to Professionalism

November 2013 The Power of Persistence

October 2013 Exercise Physiology is a Healthcare Profession

September 2013 Overcoming Disappointments

August 2013 The ASEP Objectives Are Worth Achieving

August 2013 (pdf) The ASEP Objectives Are Worth Achieving

July 2013 Change

June 2013 (pdf) Lack of Accountability

May 2013 Exercise Medicine

May 2013 (pdf) Exercise Medicine

April 2013 What Are The Limits of Change

April 2013 (pdf) What Are The Limits of Change

March 2013 What Am I Here For

February 2013 Promoting Exercise Physiology

January 2013 Paradox Of Exercise Science

Past Issues

The Journal of Professional Exercise Physiology is a peer review electronic journal published on ASEP with approval from The Center for Exercise Physiology-Online.


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The textbook entitled Introduction to Exercise Physiology is endorsed by the American Society of Exercise Physiologists (ASEP) as the study guide for the ASEP Board Certification exam (EPC). For information to purchase the book, go to Jones and Bartlett Learning . To place an order please visit Introduction to Exercise Physiology. or call 1-800-832-0034. Click here for sample pages of the Table of Contents Samples

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