| Post date: 2017/03/28 | 
  • To send electronically, manuscripts should be in Word Document (Microsoft Word 97, 2003, 2007).
  • Please insert "Line Numbers" continuously for the whole document. You can do it in MS Word from the "Page Layout" menu, "Page Setup" tab, clicking on the "Line Numbers" list, and selecting the "Continuous".
  • Manuscripts, well-written in English, should follow the style of the agreement detailed in the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals, a copy of which can be found at www.icmje.org.
  • Please double-check the article for spelling, structure, and format mistakes by an English Native Speaker.

All manuscripts must be written in English, with attention to concise language, a logical structure and flow of information, and correct grammatical style. We appreciate that many of our authors do not speak English as their first language and may need assistance to reach the standards required by the journal. In addition, some younger authors may not be experienced in scientific writing styles. Since manuscripts that fail to meet the journal’s writing standards will not be sent out for review, such authors should ensure that they seek assistance from native English speakers and/or experienced colleagues prior to submitting their paper. Many journals acknowledge the existence of companies that offer professional editing services. An example of such a service can be found at www.aje.com/ or http://englishedit.ir/; this information does not constitute an endorsement of this service. Use of an editorial service is at the discretion and cost of the authors, and will not guarantee acceptance for publication in Ann Appl Sport Sci.


It is noted that all manuscripts go under first revision by editors for three main aspects:

1. Innovation of research title (It should be mentioned in the Introduction)

2. Application of research results (It should be mentioned in the Applicable Remarks)

3. References (all of your references must be trusty references and their abstracts must be researchable from reliable online databases such as Web of Science, Scopus, PubMed, Springer, Emerald, ScienceDirect, Wiley, and etc.)


These Type of References aren't acceptable:

a) Books
b) Theses/Dissertations.
c) Conferences Articles
d) Articles in local publications

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