Editor-in-Chief: William Kochen, Nova Southeastern University
Editors: Allison Brager, United Stated Army Recruiting Command
  Darren Candow, University of Regina
  Kristen Craven, National Library of Medicine
  Scott Forbes, Brandon University
  Ellen Glickman, Kent State University
  Stephen Lippi, Angelo State University
  Henriette van Praag, Florida Atlantic University

Welcome to NeuroSports, the Journal of the Society for Neurosports - an academic society dedicated to interdisciplinary collaboration in the fields of exercise science and neuroscience. This society is the first of its kind in the field of Sports Neuroscience.

We are a society for passionate scientists and practitioners with an interest in furthering research-based athletic performance and brain health. It is our hope that the interdisciplinary discussions taking place in this society will increase the effectiveness and potential to reach greater levels of performance.

This double-blind peer-reviewed journal accepts manuscripts that contain original research related to the overlap of neuroscience and sports science.

See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

Current Volume: Volume 1 (2020)



An Objective Method to Assess and Recommend Exertion and Exercise Targets for Return to Play Post concussion
Joseph F. Clark PhD ATC, Robert E. Mangine PT MEd ATC, Kimberly A. Hasselfeld MS, Violet T. Schramm, Angelo J. Colosimo MD, Aaron Kuehn-Himmler AT MS, Gerald M. Holloway MS ATC, Faniel Fosselman DO MBA, Jon Vincent, Nicole Giordano, and Jon G. Divine MD MS


Survey of Prevention and Intervention Strategies Reducing Return to Play Post-Concussion in Division 1 Football
Joseph F. Clark, Enna Selmanovic, Kip Drewry, Jon Vincent, Aaron Himmler, Bob Mangine, Kim Hasselfeld, Jane Khoury, David Polanski, and Jon Divine


Creatine supplementation on cognitive performance following exercise in female Muay Thai athletes
Lawert A.M. Pires, Scott C. Forbes, Darren G. Candow, and Marco Machado


Muscular Performance and Neuromuscular Fatigue are not Sex-Dependent During Low-Load Fatiguing Bilateral Leg Extension Exercise
Taylor K. Dinyer, Evangeline P. Soucie, Pasquale J. Succi, Caleb C. Voskuil, M. Travis Byrd, and Haley C. Bergstrom


Creatine and Cognitive Functioning: What is the role of Exercise Frequency?
Jonathan B. Banks, Jose Antonio, Amanda S. Holtzman, Mykola Marang, Catherine Weber, Alexsandra Alvarez-Beaton, Aysha Patel, and Jaime Tartar