About the Journal

The Journal of Exercise and Nutrition (JEN) is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that aims to enhance basic and applied research in multiple areas of exercise and nutrition from clinical to athletic populations. The journal provides researchers, practitioners, and students with a platform for novel and cutting-edge practices in the field. ISSN: 2640 - 2572.

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Vol. 7 No. 1 (2024)

JEN is an open access, internationally, peer-reviewed journal, indexed on Google Scholar to track citations, h-index and i10-index for impact. The journal is a Crossref member for digital object identifier (DOI) number assignment and citation tracking.

JEN publishes manuscripts as they are accepted. Published works are dated by year, volume (issue): manuscript number and DOI number.  Example: 2024, Volume 7 (Issue 1): 1, DOI#.

JEN is an affiliate of the International Society of Sports Nutrition

Publication Timeline: From submission to publication, manuscripts in JEN take on averge 35-40 days. Timelines may vary based on reviewer promptness and the time needed for authors to address revisions. 


Attenuation of Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness with Acute Consumption of Essential Amino Acids

Klaudia Szych, Ariel Gomez, MS, Dr. Matthew A. Barlow
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Creatine Supplementation May Attenuate the Decrement in Exercise Performance during Low Carbohydrate Diets in Recreationally Trained Individuals

Stephanie A. Born, Timothy R. Rotarius, Emily Van Wasshenova, Jakob D. Lauver, John R. Thistlethwaite, Barry W. Scheuermann
Abstract 1 | PDF Downloads 1

Carnivore Diet and Athletic Performance: A Case Study Analysis

Victor Romano, Susan Bowser, Emy Cloutier
Abstract 208 | PDF Downloads 158

Reliability of the HUMAC360 to Measure Movement Velocity during Three Equal Segments of the Barbell Back Squat

Edward Z. Pelka, Jennifer Rivera, Ryan W. Gant, Anthony G. Pinzone, Emily C. Tagesen, Modesto A. Lebron, Adam R. Jajtner
Abstract 66 | PDF Downloads 31

The Effects of a Multi-Ingredient Dietary Supplement on Recovery from Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness

Cassandra Evans, Jason Curtis, Flavia Pereira, Jose Rojas, Maria Berrocales, Kristiina Kinnunen, Antonio Crisanti, Kendall Andries, Leilani Batista, Juan Carlos Santana, Lia Jiannine, Jaime Tartar, Jose Antonio
Abstract 105 | PDF Downloads 95

Impact of MCT Oil and Caffeine on Substrate Metabolism during Submaximal Exercise

Christopher J Kotarsky, Benjamin Louchheim, Caroline Saros, Hayden Smith, Kayla Rose, Stephen J Ives
Abstract 141 | PDF Downloads 105

An Examination of Three Bioelectrical Impedance Body Composition Devices in College Students

Fred Miller, Kent Yoder, Morgan Hear, Yenly Londono Calle
Abstract 214 | PDF Downloads 83

The Assessment of Nutrition Knowledge in ROTC Cadets

Lara Boyum, Corbit Franks, Samantha Kostelnik, Thomas Andre, Melinda Valliant, Hyun-Woo Joung
Abstract 322 | PDF Downloads 210

Acute Caffeine Consumption Prior to Aerobic Exercise Does Not Influence Substrate Utilization in Recreationally Trained Males and Females

Christopher Irvine, Mason Browning, Sofia Brustia, Violet Carter, Dylan Beridon, Ryan Gordon, Matthew Sokoloski
Abstract 265 | PDF Downloads 172

Female High School Athletes Regularly Consume Energy Drinks with Moderate and High Caffeine Content

Floris Wardenaar, Brooke Butterick, Anna Meserve, Kinta Schott, Felipe Marticorena
Abstract 491 | PDF Downloads 255

Body Composition as a Predictor of Performance on the Army Combat Fitness Test Total Score for ROTC Cadets

Anthony Acevedo, Zachary Zeigler, Bridget Melton
Abstract 350 | PDF Downloads 184

Eating Habits as a Predictor of Performance on the Army Combat Fitness Test Total Score for ROTC Cadets

Anthony Acevedo, Zachary Zeigler, Bridget Melton
Abstract 420 | PDF Downloads 182
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Scientific Impact

The aim of the Journal of Exercise and Nutrition is to publish, peer-reviewed research in the nutritional and exercise sciences across all populations and disciplines from clinical to athletic populations. While not required, the journal encourages authors to submit "Direct Original Research," which is a compact version of an original research manuscript.