Aims & Scope
The aim of Topics in Exercise Science and Kinesiology iis to provide research practitioners with an open access in two formats: original research, and brief communications.
Original research is expressed in two main practical areas: 1) the "Process of Science" (aspects surrounding scientific discovery and practice, which could include findings from investigations, novel scientific applications, or experience gained through completing research), and 2) "Implementation Strategies" (processes by which aspects can be applied to the performance or practice of exercise, including pre-exercise routines, novel training applications, or methods for improving performance). The journal accepts original research submissions in the following categories 1) Expedited Articles, 2) Review Articles, and 3) Case Studies.
Short communications, or “Topics Briefs”, distill evidence-based information into a content format more easily implemented than the typical publication written for an academic audience. The aim is to provide clear, digestible, and practical information for specific populations in the area of exercise science and kinesiology.