Exercise physiology is one of the basic subjects of sports science and a branch of human physiology. The research findings of related subjects have been widely used in the intelligent sports industry. The journal Exercise Physiology not only focuses on human physiology, but also attaches importance to human anatomy, biological chemistry, sport dynamics, sports medicine and other basic subjects. Only by combining with these related disciplines and making comprehensive research, can we achieve better research achievements.
This journal aims to encourage experts and scholars to actively share advanced techniques in this field, such as muscle biopsy, SEM observation, microelectrode physiology and ultramicro analysis, which have brought the study of exercise physiology into the microworld based on molecular. Meanwhile, the experimental data presented by journal fully integrated the computer memory, system processing, synthetic analysis and other data processing methods, so that the dynamic and overall level of research has reached a new height.
Original articles on exercise physiology, or other disciplines of infiltration such as pedagogy, physical education, clinical medicine, etc., and their corresponding research topics are welcomed.
Liang Zhou, Changsha Normal University, China
Haidu Zhou, School of Physical Education & Sports Science, China
Kaijie Chen, Northwest University, China
Zhou Yang, Dalian Polytechnic University, China
Mengyu Hao, Hebei Institute of Physical Education, China
Jia Zeng, Guangxi Police College, China
Bingnan Zhou, No.1 Meddle School Hengnan County, China
Yide An, Tianjin Medical University, China
Shangbin Li, Harbin Engineering University, China
Haitao Yang, Beijing University of Technology, China
Bo Wen, Jilin Engineering Normal University, China