Special Issue "Physiological Responses During Exercise"
A special issue of Sports (ISSN 2075-4663).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2018)
Dr. Petros Botonis
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, School of Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Division of Sports Medicine and Biology of Exercise, Athens, Greece
Phone: +30 6974709907
Interests: exercise physiology and exercise performance; thermal and cardiovascular physiology
Athletes in all sports, and exercising people, use various types of exercise and several combinations of exercise modes in their regular training. Each mode and type of exercise presents unique characteristics and difficulties related to its duration, intensity, rest interval duration the environmental conditions and personal abilities. The physiological responses of any exercise type may reflect muscular, cardiovascular, metabolic, hormonal, energetic and several other regulatory alterations. Advancing the knowledge and understanding of physiological responses in all types of exercise will facilitate training planning for performance enhancement and health benefits. This Special Issue within Sports, entitled “Physiological Responses During Exercise”, will accept experimental research, including literature reviews, as applied to any mode and type of exercise. A 50% discount for a future publication in "Sports" will be offered to the three best accepted papers as selected by the editors.
Assist. Prof. Argyris Toubekis
Dr. Petros Botonis
Manuscript Submission Information
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- interval exercise
- continous exercise
- young athletes
- individual and team-sports