Journal of Exercise Physiologyonline
        Official Journal of the
         American Society of Exercise Physiologists

    ISSN 1097-9751

     Vol 11 No 3 June 2008

Editor-in-Chief:  JEPonline
Jon K. Linderman, PhD, FACSM, EPC
University of Dayton
Managing Editor:  JEPonline
Tommy Boone, PhD, MPH, FASEP, EPC
The College of St. Scholastica

Review Board
Todd Astorino, PhD
Julien Baker, PhD
Lance Dalleck, Phd
Hermann Engels, PhD
Robert Robergs, PhD, EPC
Eric Goulet, PhD
Len Kravitz, PhD
Derek Marks, PhD
Ben Zhou, PhD
Dan Drury, DPE

Cristine Mermier, PhD
Daryl Parker, PhD
Brent Ruby, PhD
Jason Siegler, PhD
Greg Tardie, PhD

Lesley White, PhD
Chantal Vella, PhD
Thomas Walker, PhD
M. Knight-Maloney, PhD, EPC
Robert Gotshall, PhD


Body Composition
Ball SD, Bolhofner AT. Comparison of a commercial weight loss program to a fitness center.
online 2008;11(3):1-12. 

Clinical Exercise Physiology 
Sollis PD, Cisar CJ. Assessing osteoporosis learning needs and preferences of exercise
physiologists. JEPonline 2008;11(3):13-19.

Exercise and Health
Duncan MJ, Lyons, M. The effect of hiking poles on oxygen uptake, perceived exertion and
mood state during a one hour uphill walk. JEPonline 2008;11(3):20-25. 

Sports Physiology
Mercer J, Dolgan J, Griffin J, Bestwick A. The physiological importance of preferred stride
frequency during running at different speeds.
JEPonline 2008;11(3):26-32.

Systems Physiology: Immune Function
Cosio-Lima LM, Schuler PB, Reynolds KL, Taylor L, Kellog G, Cerney J, Hodges T,
LeBlanc PA
. The effects of age and type-2 diabetes on the release of interleukin (IL)-6, IL-10,
TNF-alpha, and cortisol in response to acute exercise.
JEPonline 2008;11(3):33-41.


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