About the Journal

Integrated Sport Journal (ISJ) is a biannual peer-reviewed journal focusing on Sports, Health, and Recreation. The journal aims to provide a platform for researchers, educators, and practitioners to contribute and disseminate knowledge in the fields of Physical Education, Sports Education, Public Health, Physical Health, Achievement, and Tourism Management.

ISJ welcomes original research articles, literature reviews, theoretical papers, and practical applications that address various aspects of sports, health, and recreation. The journal covers a wide range of topics including but not limited to:

  1. Physical Education: Curriculum development, teaching methods, assessment, and pedagogical approaches in physical education.
  2. Sports Education: Coaching, athlete development, talent identification, sports psychology, sports sociology, and sports management.
  3. Public Health: Promotion of physical activity, preventive measures, health promotion programs, and community-based interventions related to sports and physical activity.
  4. Physical Health: Exercise physiology, biomechanics, sports medicine, injury prevention, rehabilitation, and performance enhancement.
  5. Achievement: Factors influencing sports performance, talent identification, skill acquisition, and strategies for maximizing individual and team achievements.
  6. Tourism Management: The impact of sports and recreation on tourism, destination management, event planning, and sustainable tourism practices.

ISJ follows a rigorous peer-review process to ensure the quality and validity of the published research. The journal is published thrice a year, with issues released in January, Mei, and September. It welcomes submissions from researchers and professionals worldwide.

ISJ aims to contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the fields of sports, health, and recreation, and to promote interdisciplinary collaboration and exchange of ideas among researchers, educators, and practitioners. The journal serves as a valuable resource for academics, professionals, and policymakers interested in enhancing sports, health, and recreational practices.