Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews

(The TQCC of Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews is 12. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
The Theory of Effort Minimization in Physical Activity68
The Accurate Assessment of Muscle Excitation Requires the Detection of Multiple Surface Electromyograms60
The Interplay Between Exercise Metabolism, Epigenetics, and Skeletal Muscle Remodeling49
Exercise and GLUT445
Exercise Snacks: A Novel Strategy to Improve Cardiometabolic Health41
The Central Role of Osteocytes in the Four Adaptive Pathways of Bone’s Mechanostat33
Strength Training: In Search of Optimal Strategies to Maximize Neuromuscular Performance29
On the Influence of Group III/IV Muscle Afferent Feedback on Endurance Exercise Performance28
The Interaction between Mobility Status and Exercise Specificity in Older Adults27
Consistent Morning Exercise May Be Beneficial for Individuals With Obesity25
Bioenergetic Mechanisms Linking V˙O2 Kinetics and Exercise Tolerance24
Enhancing Adaptations to Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation Training Interventions23
Novel Insights Into Biarticular Muscle Actions Gained From High-Density Electromyogram23
Synergy between Acute Intermittent Hypoxia and Task-Specific Training22
Engineering Person-Specific Behavioral Interventions to Promote Physical Activity20
Assessment of Neuroplasticity With Strength Training20
Exercise Counters the Age-Related Accumulation of Senescent Cells19
Stepping Back to Minimal Footwear: Applications Across the Lifespan18
Skeletal Muscle Nitrate as a Regulator of Systemic Nitric Oxide Homeostasis18
Rethinking the Statistical Analysis of Neuromechanical Data17
Exercise as a Moderator of Persistent Neuroendocrine Symptoms of COVID-1917
l-Citrulline Supports Vascular and Muscular Benefits of Exercise Training in Older Adults17
The Importance of Muscle Capillarization for Optimizing Satellite Cell Plasticity17
Skeletal Muscle Nrf2 Contributes to Exercise-Evoked Systemic Antioxidant Defense Via Extracellular Vesicular Communication16
Novel Strategies for Healthy Brain Aging15
Inactivity Causes Resistance to Improvements in Metabolism After Exercise14
The Legacy of Pregnancy: Elite Athletes and Women in Arduous Occupations13
Exercise Is Muscle Mitochondrial Medicine13
Static Stretching Reduces Motoneuron Excitability: The Potential Role of Neuromodulation12