Free Athletic Journals
Free Athletic Journals provide free full-text access to quality open access, peer-reviewed journals. There will be no charge to the authors for submitting manuscripts and can be benefitted with cost savings. Articles from free Journals can be permanently free for everyone to read and download online. Free Journals also benefits funding agencies in increasing the return on their investment in research, making the results of the funded research more widely disseminated and useful. Free Journals also promotes democracy by sharing non-classified government information as widely as possible. Free Journals gives access to peer-reviewed research, most of which is unavailable in public libraries, and gives citizens access to the research. Free Journals also accelerates not only research but the translation of research into new medicines, useful technologies, solved problems, and informed decisions that benefit everyone. Athletics is defined as sporting competition on physical events. Athlete is a person possessing the natural or acquired traits, such as strength, agility, and endurance necessary for physical exercise or sports, especially performing in competitive levels. Athletics generally include running, jumping, race walking, rowing, or boxing, etc. Athletes depend on accuracy, precision and power giving them synchronized muscular contractions. Increasing strength and power production is a common goal for sports persons in competitions. Athletics include activities, such as sports, exercises, and games and require physical skill and stamina. Journal of Athletic Enhancement (JAE) focuses on the topics include sporting events, aspects of enhancement process, use of performance-enhancing substances, psychological and physical health of the athlete, rehabilitate injuries related to sport or recreational activity, athletic physiology and nutrition of athletes. The Journal is using Editorial Manager System for quality in review process. Editorial Manager is an online manuscript submission, review and tracking systems. Review processing is performed by the editorial board members or outside experts.