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The Asian Journal of Exercise and Sports Science (AJESS) is the official publication of the Asian Council of Exercise and Sports Science (ACESS). The journal publishes empirical and theoretical contributions that enhance knowledge in the art and science of human movement. Areas of interest include: adapted physical education, anatomy and physiology, biomechanics, dance science, exercise and sports psychology, exercise physiology, health and fitness, history and philosophy of sport, measurement and evaluation, motor control and learning, motor development, nutrition, sociology of sport, sport management and administration, sport medicine, and sport pedagogy.

The main purpose of AJESS is to stimulate and disseminate research and scholarship throughout the international academic and professional community. AJESS is truly committed to publishing contributions from all regions of the world, thus promoting international communication among scholars and practitioners. Innovative applications and unique studies of cross-cultural nature are especially encouraged.


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Vol 11, No 1 (2014)

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Table of Contents


Sport Coaching Context and Social Organization PDF
Marcio Domingues, Fernando Renato Cavichiolli, Carlos E. Gonçalves
Effects of Sport Camps on Traveling Habits of Adults in Slovakia and Hungary PDF
Beata Dobay, Miklos Banhidi
The Development of a Field-Based Test of Unplanned Agility PDF
Julian Smith, Ross Cloak, Ian LaHart, David Williams
Effects of Bioelectrical Impedance-Derived Fat and Lean Mass on Fitness Levels in 8- to 13-Year-Old Children PDF
Michael John Hamlin, Meegan Fraser, Catherine Ann Lizamore, Nick Draper, Gavin Blackwell, Jeremy Shearman
Swimming Performance of Applicants on the Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Comenius University, Bratislava PDF
Ľubomír Kalečík, Branislav Antala, Helena Rychtáriková
Effects of Tai Chi Exercise on People of Middle/Senior Age with Sub-Health Condition: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis PDF
Shihui Chen, Yanjie Zhang, Hairui Chen, Chunxiao Li
Measuring subjective well-being in exercise interventions. Overview and recommendations. PDF
Stefan Peters, Heiko Ziemainz


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ISSN: 1975-2938