Aim and scope: International Journal of Sport, Exercise and Training Sciences (IJSETS) is a peer-reviewed online journal supported entirely by volunteer efforts. ISJETS is a respected interdisciplinary periodical offering the latest research in the science of sport, exercise and training sciences. IJSETS is to provide access to refereed articles that can have a contribution to assessment and evaluation practice the latest research in the sports sciences. IJSETS publishes original papers, reviews, and research letters to the Editors. Manuscripts submitted to the journal must contain novel data on theoretical or experimental research or on practical applications in the field of sports sciences. The topics may deal with every discipline of sports sciences. The comprehensive professional journal features articles and research notes encompassing such topic areas as: Exercise and Sports Training Athletics Health Sports Nutrition Exercise and Sports Psychology Sports Information Technology Sports Management Physical Education and Sport Leisure Studies The articles in the journal are open access to different users in different countries around the world.
Aim: The objective of this study is to observe and verify the effect of dehydration in relation to the performance of physical abilities of endurance and vertical elasticity among high-level basketball players and compare them to the various studies that[…]
Aim: This aim study is to examine the effect of 8-week pyramidal strength training applied to handbal players on speed, vertical jump and strength.Methods: This study consists of 17 male handball players playing in Manisa Celal Bayar University Sport Sciences[…]
Aim: The aim of this study is to determine the relationship between the reactive strength index of young athletes and the parameters of agility, sprint and eccentric usage rate. The current research is expected to raise awareness for trainers, conditioners[…]
Aim: The aim of this study is to examine the effect of the strength exercise program applied on unstable surfaces after anterior cruciate ligament surgery on limb symmetry index of female athletes.Methods: Women aged between 18-32 years (n:50) undergoing anterior[…]