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    Authors: Richard B Kreider, Colin D Wilborn, Lem Taylor, Bill Campbell, Anthony L Almada, Rick Collins, Mathew Cooke, Conrad P Earnest, Mike Greenwood, Douglas S Kalman, Chad M Kerksick, Susan M Kleiner, Brian Leutholtz, Hector Lopez, Lonnie M Lowery, Ron Mendel…

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Editors-in-Chief

Jose Antonio, NOVA Southeastern University, USA
Richard Kreider, Texas A&M University, USA
Douglas Kalman, Miami Research Associates, USA

Aims and scope

Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition (JISSN) focuses on the acute and chronic effects of sports nutrition and supplementation strategies on body composition, physical performance and metabolism. JISSN is aimed at researchers and sport enthusiasts focused on delivering knowledge on exercise and nutrition on health, disease, rehabilitation, training, and performance. The journal provides a platform on which readers can determine nutritional strategies that may enhance exercise and/or training adaptations leading to improved health and performance.

Society information

The International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN) is the only non-profit academic society dedicated to promoting the science and application of evidence-based sports nutrition and supplementation. The ISSN is the world's leader in providing science-based sports nutrition and supplement information.

Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition (JISSN) is the official journal of The International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN). Members of the Society will receive a 25% discount on the article-processing charge for articles they publish in JISSN. Please request the discount code by contacting the journal.

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Use of supplements to aid performance is common practice amongst recreationally active individuals, including those without a sufficient evidence base. This investigation sought to assess whether acute supplementation with 8 g of citrulline malate (CM) (1.11: 1 ratio) would improve anaerobic performance.

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