BMC Sports Science Medicine and Rehabilitation

(The H4-Index of BMC Sports Science Medicine and Rehabilitation is 14. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Novel causes and consequences of overtraining syndrome: the EROS-DISRUPTORS study28
The effect of exercise on cytokines: implications for musculoskeletal health: a narrative review28
Effects of high intensity interval training on exercise capacity in people with chronic pulmonary conditions: a narrative review24
Disrupting prolonged sitting reduces IL-8 and lower leg swell in active young adults23
Effectiveness of exercise on fatigue in hemodialysis patients: a randomized controlled trial21
Physical activity induced alterations of gut microbiota in humans: a systematic review21
The effect of regular aerobic exercise on sleep quality and fatigue among female student dormitory residents20
Match running performance in Brazilian professional soccer players: comparisons between successful and unsuccessful teams19
The feasibility of implementing high-intensity interval training in cardiac rehabilitation settings: a retrospective analysis19
Fear-avoidance beliefs are associated with exercise adherence: secondary analysis of a randomised controlled trial (RCT) among female healthcare workers with recurrent low back pain18
What is the impact of fitness on injury risk during police academy training? A retrospective cohort study17
The effect of low level laser irradiation on oxidative stress, muscle damage and function following neuromuscular electrical stimulation. A double blind, randomised, crossover trial16
How can we get more people with long-term health conditions involved in parkrun? A qualitative study evaluating parkrun’s PROVE project15
LOAD-intensity and time-under-tension of exercises for men who have Achilles tendinopathy (the LOADIT trial): a randomised feasibility trial15
Improved maximal strength is not associated with improvements in sprint time or jump height in high-level female football players: a cluster-randomized controlled trial14
Patterns of rapid weight loss in elite sambo athletes14
Validity of simplified, calibration-less exercise intensity measurement using resting heart rate during sleep: a method-comparison study with respiratory gas analysis14
The effect of a sand surface on physical performance responses of junior male handball players to plyometric training14