International Journal of Kinesiology and Sports Science

International Journal of Kinesiology and Sport Science (IJKSS), launched in 2013, is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal dedicated to the advancement of kinesiology, exercise and sport science, and health-related sciences related to physical activity. By publishing original research, scholarly reviews, opinion papers, and research highlights/commentaries, IJKSS is committed to constructing a platform for sharing research and scholarly activity to foster international communication and collaboration among researchers.
With a distinguished and expert editorial board, IJKSS is dedicated to maintaining high academic standards, integrity, research ethics, and excellence by publishing scholarly work of the highest quality in the sub-disciplines of the movement sciences, including kinesiology, exercise and sport science, and health-related sciences related to physical activity.

IJKSS Highlights


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  1. Comparison of Resistance and Chair Yoga Training on Subjective Sleep Quality in MCI Women Read 377 Times 
  2. Effects of Short-Term Jump Squat Training With and Without Chains on Strength and Power in Recreational Lifters  Read 341 Times 
  3. Metabolic Demands of Heavy Metal Drumming Read 253 Times
  4. Effects of Five Weeks of Resistance Training and Relatively-Dosed Creatine Monohydrate Supplementation on Body Composition and Muscle Strength, and Whole-Body Creatine Metabolism in Resistance-Trained Males Read 193 Times
  5. The Effect of Gradual Increase in Contextual Interference on Acquisition, Retention and Transfer of Volleyball Skills  Read 151 Times
  1. Decision-making in sport under mental and physical stress Cited 82 Times

  2. Effects of foam rolling on vertical jump performance Cited 45 Times

  3. A review of early sport specialization in relation to the development of a young athlete Cited 40 Times

  4. Estimated aerobic capacity changes in adolescents with obesity following high intensity interval exercise Cited 33 Times 

  5. Effects of kettlebell swing vs. explosive deadlift training on strength and power Cited 30 Times
                                                          Updated on 13 March 2023