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Dr. Avery Faigenbaum, Professor

2000 Pennington Road, Packer Hall, Room 227, Ewing, New Jersey 08628
Phone Number: (609) 771-2151 /  Fax Number: (609) 637-5153 / Email: faigenba@tcnj.edu
About Dr. Avery Faigenbaum
Dr. Avery Faigenbaum is a Full Professor in the Department of Health and Exercise Science. He joined The College of New Jersey in 2004 and teaches a range of courses covering health promotion, exercise prescription, and clinical exercise physiology. His research interests focus on pediatric exercise science, resistance exercise, and preventive medicine. He incorporates years of experience as a pediatric exercise scientist into his classes and strives to “bridge the gap” between the laboratory and the playing field. His pedagogical approach which involves reflection and evaluation challenges his students to put theory into practice and to think about what they are doing, why they are doing it, and how it can be a meaningful and long-lasting experience for the students and patients they will work with in the future.

His prospective research involves exercise interventions in public schools and youth centers to understand changes in health, fitness and athleticism in children and adolescents. As an active researcher and practitioner, he has co-authored over 240 peer-reviewed publications, 45 book chapters and 10 books including Youth Strength Training, Strength and Power for Young Athletes, and Progressive Plyometrics for Kids. Dr. Faigenbaum has been lead or co-author on several position statement papers on youth resistance training.

He is a Fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine and of the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and serves as Associate Editor of Pediatric Exercise Science and the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. He was elected Vice President of the National Strength and Conditioning Association in 2005 and served on the Massachusetts Governor’s Council on Fitness and Sports from 1998 to 2004. He has been an invited speaker at more than 300 conferences throughout the United States, Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile, China, Denmark, England, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Portugal, Scotland and Spain. Dr. Faigenbaum was an invited research scholar at the Universidad Europea de Madrid, Spain in 2011 and the Instituto Regionale di Ricerca Educativa del Lazio, Italy in 2003. In 2014, he was invited to the International Olympic Committee in Lausanne, Switzerland to develop guidelines on youth athletic development. Dr. Faigenbaum was awarded the Boyd Epley Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Strength and Conditioning Association in 2017.

Dr. Faigenbaum received his BS, MS and EdD from Boston University, and previously taught at the University of Massachusetts and Lasell College.

Book and Book Chapters

Books 

1. Faigenbaum, A., and Westcott, W. Strength and Power for Young Athletes. Champaign, IL:
Human Kinetics Publishers. 2000.

2. Faigenbaum, A. and Westcott, W. Youth Fitness. American Council on Exercise, San Diego, CA 2001

3. Mediate, P. and Faigenbaum, A. Medicine Ball Training for All. Monterey Bay, CA: Healthy Learning Publications, 2004.

4. Faigenbaum, A. and Westcott, W. Youth Strength Training. American Council on Exercise, San Diego, CA. 2005

5. Chu, D., Faigenbaum, A. and Falkel, J. Progressive Plyometrics for Kids. Monterey Bay, CA: Healthy Learning Publications, 2006.

6. Bazzano, C., Bellucci, M., Faigenbaum, A. Sedentarieta ed Obesita Giovanile: Nuovi Problemi Sociali. Calzetti-Mariucci Editori, 2007

7. Mediate, P. and Faigenbaum, A. Medicine Ball for All Kids. Monterey Bay, CA: Healthy Learning Publications, 2007.

8. Faigenbaum, A., and Westcott, W. Youth Strength Training. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers, 2009.

9. Faigenbaum, A. and Westcott, W. Youth Fitness, 2nd ed. American Council on Exercise, San Diego, CA. 2013.

10. Faigenbaum, A., Lloyd, R., Oliver, J. Essentials of Youth Fitness, Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics Publishers, in progress.

Monograph

Faigenbaum, A. and Bjornaraa, J. Pediatric Resistance Training. Orthopedic Section, American Physical Therapy Association, LaCrosse, WI, 2009.

Book Chapters

1. Faigenbaum, A. Physical activity, exercise and health. In: Character and Health: Cultivating Well-being through Moral Excellence, Yeager, J. (ed.). Needham Heights: Simon and Schuster. 1997.

2. Faigenbaum, A. Age and Gender differences and their implications for resistance training. In:
Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning, 2nd ed. T. Baechle & R. Earle, (eds). Champaign, IL:
Human Kinetics. 2000.

3. Kraemer, W., Faigenbaum, A., Bush, J., and Nindl, B. Resistance Training and Youth: Enhancing Muscle Fitness. In: Lifestyle Medicine. J. Rippe, (ed). Medford, MA: Blackwell Science. 2000.

4. Bachl, N., and Faigenbaum, A. Principles of Exercise Physiology. In: F.I.M.S. Team Physician Manual. L. Micheli, A. Smith, N. Bachl, C. Rolf, & K. Chan (eds). Tsim Sha Tsui, China: Lippincott, Williams & Williams, 2001.

5. Faigenbaum, A. Youth Strength Training. In: Medical and Psychological Aspects of Sports and Exercise. Moftosky, D., and Zaichkowsky, L. (eds). Morgantown, WV: Fitness Technology. 2002.

6. McInnis, K. and A. Faigenbaum. Strength Testing. In: Health Fitness Instructor Guidebook, 4th ed. E. Howley & B. Franks (eds) Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. 2003

7. Faigenbaum, A., and McInnis, K. Strength Training Prescription. In: Health Fitness Instructor Handbook, 4th ed. E. Howley & B. Franks (eds). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. 2003.

8. Westcott, W. and A. Faigenbaum. Clients Who are Pregnant, Older or Preadolescent. In: Essentials of Personal Training, R. Earle & T. Baechle (eds). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. 2004

9. Faigenbaum, A. Sports Physiology and Strength Training. In; The Pediatric and Adolescent Knee, L. Micheli & M. Kocher (eds), Philadelphia, PA: Saunders: 2006.

10. Bachl, N., and Faigenbaum, A. Principles of Exercise Physiology. In: F.I.M.S. Team Physician Manual, 2nd ed. K. Chan, L. Micheli, A. Smith, C. Rolf, N. Bachl, W. Frontera, & T. Alenabi (eds). Tsim Sha Tsui, China: Lippincott, Williams & Williams, 2006.

11. Faigenbaum, A., and J. Hoffman. Strength Training for Beginners, Strength Training, L. Brown (Ed), Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2007.

12. Hoffman, J. and A. Faigenbaum. Strength Training for Intermediate Lifters, NSCAs Guide to Strength Training, L. Brown (Ed), Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2007.

13. Hoffman, J. and A. Faigenbaum. Strength Training for Advanced Lifters, Strength Training, L. Brown (Ed), Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2007.

14. Faigenbaum, A., and J. Hoffman. Strength Training for Youth, Strength Training, L. Brown (Ed), Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2007.

15. Faigenbaum, A., and J. Hoffman. Strength Training for Seniors, Strength Training, L. Brown (Ed), Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2007.

16. McInnis, K. and A. Faigenbaum. Assessment of Muscular Fitness. In: Fitness Professional’s Handbook, 5th ed. E. Howley & B. Franks (eds) Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. 2007

17. Faigenbaum, A., and McInnis, K. Exercise prescription for resistance training. In: Fitness Professional’s Handbook, 5th ed. E. Howley & B. Franks (eds). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. 2007.

18. Faigenbaum, A. Resistance training for children and adolescents. In: Avances en Ciencias de la Actividad Fisica y el Deporte, A. Jimenez (ed). Madrid, Spain: Universidad Europa de Madrid. 2007.

19. Faigenbaum, A. Age and sex-related differences and their implications for resistance exercise. In: Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning, 3rd ed., T. Baechle & R. Earle, (eds). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2008.

20. Faigenbaum, A. Youth. In: ACE Advanced Health and Fitness Specialist Manual, 4th ed., C. Bryant & D. Green, (eds). Monterey, CA: Healthy Learning. 2009.

21. Faigenbaum, A. Strength training strategies for overweight children. In: Resistance Training for Special Populations, Swank, A. & Hagerman, P. (eds), Clifton Park, NY: Thompson Delmar Learning. 2009.

22. Myer GD, Faigenbaum A and Hewett T. SPTS Home Study Course: Strength and Conditioning for the Young Athlete: Guidelines and Safety Considerations. American Physical Therapy Association, 2011.

23. Faigenbaum, A. Resistance Training. In: Complete Guide to Fitness and Health, Bushman, B (ed). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 2011.

24. Faigenbaum, A. Strength training for children and adolescents. In: Strength and Conditioning: Biological Principles and Practical Application, Cardinale, M., Newton, R., Nosaka, K. (eds), Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, 2011.

25. Faigenbaum, A. and F. Naclerio. Prescripcion del entrenamiento en ninos y adolescents. In: Sports Training: Application and Fundamentals for Different Sports. Naclerio, F (ed). Spain: Editorial Medica Panamerica, 2011.

26. Westcott, W. and A. Faigenbaum. Clients who are preadolescent, older or pregnant. In: Essentials of Personal Training, 2nd ed. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. 2012.

27. McInnis, K. and A. Faigenbaum. Assessment of Muscular Fitness. In: Fitness Professional’s Handbook, 6th ed. E. Howley & D. Thompson (eds) Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. 2012

28. Faigenbaum, A., and McInnis, K. Exercise prescription for muscular fitness. In: Fitness Professional’s Handbook, 6th ed. E. Howley & D. Thompson (eds). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. 2012.

29. Faigenbaum, A. Dynamic warm-up program design. In: Strength Training Program Design, Hoffman, J (ed). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. 2012.

30. Bachl, N., and Faigenbaum, A. Principles of Exercise Physiology. In: F.I.M.S. Team Physician Manual, 3rd ed. L. Micheli, F. Pigozzi, K. Chan, W. Frontera, N. Bachl, A. Smith, & S. Alenabi (eds). London: Routledge, 2013.

31. Faigenbaum, A. Muscular strength and muscular endurance assessments and exercise programming for apparently healthy participants. In: ACSMs Resource for the Health Fitness Specialist. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014.

32. Faigenbaum, A. Resistance training for children and adolescents. In: Resistance Training for the Prevention & Treatment of Chronic Disease. Ciccolo, J. & Kraemer, W. (eds). New York: CRC Press, 2014.

33. Faigenbaum, A. Naclerio, F. Pediatric strength and conditioning. In: Strength and Conditioning for Sports Performance. Jeffreys, I. & Moody, J. (eds). Oxon, UK: Routledge, in print.

34.Faigenbaum, A. Pediatric exercise science. In: Exercise Physiology. Bryant, C. (ed). Philadelphia, PA: FA Davis, in print.

35. Straccioloni, A., Myer, G., Faigenbaum, A. Strength training in the young female athlete. In: The Young Female Athlete, Micheli, L. (ed)., Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publication, in review.

36. Faigenbaum, A. Youth. In: Essentials of Training Special Populations. Earle, R. (ed). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, in review.

37. Lloyd, R., Faigenbaum, A. Age and sex-related differences and their implications for resistance exercise. In: Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning, 4th ed., Haff, G, (ed). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, in review.

38. Faigenbaum, A.,. Assessment of Muscular Fitness. In: Fitness Professional’s Handbook, 7th ed. E. Howley & D. Thompson (eds) Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, in review

39. Faigenbaum, A. Exercise prescription for muscular fitness. In: Fitness Professional’s Handbook, 7th ed. E. Howley & D. Thompson (eds). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, in review.

40. Faigenbaum, A. Resistance Training. In: Complete Guide to Fitness and Health, 2nd ed. Bushman, B (ed). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, in progress.

41. Faigenbaum, A. Lloyd, R. Resistance Training. In: The Oxford Textbook of Children’s Exercise Science and Medicine, 2nd ed., N. Armstrong & W. Mechelen (eds). Oxford University Press, in progress.

Current Research
Dr. Faigenbaum’s area of research is in the area of pediatric exercise science, resistance exercise and long term athletic development. Over the past 25 years, he has examined the acute and chronic effects of different exercise training programs on various health, fitness and performance measures in children and adolescents. His prospective research involves exercise interventions in public schools and sport centers to understand changes in health, fitness and athletic performance. Recent investigations have examined the effects of the integrative neuromuscular training on fitness performance in children, the influence of skill-based training on aerobic fitness in school-age youth, and the influence of sports-related injuries on the onset of obesity in young girls.

In 2011, Dr. Faigenbaum and colleagues coined the term “Exercise Deficit Disorder” to characterize children and adolescents who do not meet daily exercise guidelines but are considered to be otherwise healthy. The concept of “Exercise Deficit Disorder” conveys a contemporary view of this emerging health care issue that can be used to educate parents, teachers and insurance providers about the exercise-health link in children and adolescents. In 2017, Dr. Faigenbaum and colleagues introduced the term “pediatric dynapenia” into the literature to highlight the significance of an identifiable and treatable condition characterized by low levels of muscular strength and power not caused by neurologic or muscular disease.

Current research investigations include the following:

  • Effects of integrative neuromuscular training on health and fitness outcomes in primary school children
  • Acute cardiometabolic effects of a battling rope exercise protocol in children
  • A fundamental approach for treating pediatric dynapenia in kids.
  • Youth fitness: A partnership between school nurses and physical education teachers
Peer Reviewed Publications

1. Faigenbaum, A., Skrinar, G., Cesare, W., Kraemer, W., and Thomas, H. (1990). Physiologic and symptomatic responses of cardiac patients to resistance exercise. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 71: 395-398.

2. Skrinar, G., Unger, K., Hutchinson, D., and Faigenbaum, A. (1992). Effects of exercise training in young adults with psychiatric disabilities. Canadian Journal of Rehabilitation. 5: 151-157.

3. Faigenbaum, A., Zaichkowsky, L., Westcott, W., Micheli, L., and Fehlandt, A. (1993). Effects of a twice per week strength training program on children. Pediatric Exercise Science. 5(4): 339-346.

4. Faigenbaum, A. (1993). Prepubescent strength training: A guide for teachers and coaches. National Strength and Conditioning Association Journal. 15(5): 20-29, 1993. Correction: Strength and Conditioning 16(2), 1994.

5. Faigenbaum, A., and Liatsos, N. (1994). The use and abuse of weightlifting belts. Strength and Conditioning. 16(4): 60-62.

6. Faigenbaum, A. Psychosocial benefits of prepubescent strength training. (1995). Strength and Conditioning. 17(2): 28-32.

7. Faigenbaum, A., Kraemer, W., Cahill, B., Chandler, J. , Dziados, J., Elfrink, L., Forman, E., Gaudiose, M., Micheli, L., Nitka, M., and Roberts, S. (1996). Youth resistance training: Position statement paper and literature review. Strength and Conditioning. 18 (6): 62-75.

8. Faigenbaum, A., Westcott, W., Micheli, L., Outerbridge, A., Long, C., LaRosa Loud, R., and Zaichkowsky, L. (1996). The effects of strength training and detraining on children. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 10(2): 109-114.

9. Faigenbaum, A. The youth fitness market: Expanding your services. (1996). Strength and Conditioning. 18(5): 62-63.

10. Hetu, F., and Faigenbaum, A. Conditioning for golf: Guidelines for safe and effective training. (1996). Strength and Conditioning. 18(5): 22-28.

11. Faigenbaum, A., Nye-McKeown, J., and Morilla, C. (1996). Coaching athletes with eating disorders. Strength and Conditioning. 18(2): 22-30.

12. Faigenbaum, A., Zaichkowsky, L, Westcott, W., Micheli, L., Outerbridge, A., Long, C., and LaRosaLoud, R. (1997). Psychological effects of strength training on children. Journal of Sport Behavior 20 (2): 164-175.

13. Faigenbaum, A., Westcott, W., Long, C., Loud, R., Delmonico, M., Micheli, L. (1998). Relationship between repetitions and selected percentages of the one repetition maximum in children. Pediatric Physical Therapy 10: 110-113.

14. Faigenbaum, A. Zaichkowsky, L., Gardner, D., and Micheli, L. (1998). Anabolic steroid use by middle school students. Pediatrics. 101 (5): e1-e6.

15. Faigenbaum, A., Ciccolo, J., and Libonati, J. (1998). Perceptions of the heart rate guide. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 87: 315-320.

16. Faigenbaum, A., and Bradley, D. (1998). Strength training for young athletes. Orthopedic Physical Therapy Clinics of North America. 7:1, 67-90

17. Faigenbaum, A. Fundamental fitness in children. (1998). ACSM Health and Fitness Journal . 2 (2): 18-23.

18. Hetu, F., Christie, C., and Faigenbaum, A. (1998). Effects of conditioning on physical fitness and club head speed in mature golfers. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 86, 811-815.

19. Faigenbaum, A. and L. Micheli. Youth strength training. ACSM Current Comment , March, 1998

20. Faigenbaum, A., Westcott, W., LaRosa-Loud, R., and Long, C. (1999). The effects of different resistance training protocols on muscular strength and endurance development in children. Pediatrics. 104:e5

21. Faigenbaum, A. Youth strength training: Benefits, concerns and program design considerations.
(1999). The American Journal of Medicine and Sports. 1:243-254.

22. Beniamini, Y., Rubenstein, J., Faigenbaum, A., Lichtenstein, A and Crim, M. (1999). High intensity strength training of patients enrolled in an outpatient cardiac rehabilitation program. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation. 19: 8-17.

23. Faigenbaum, A. and Polakowski, C. (1999). Olympic style lifting: Kid style. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 21: 73-76

24. Faigenbaum, A. (2000). Strength training for children and adolescents. Clinics in Sports Medicine.
19 (4): 593-619

25. Faigenbaum, A., and Micheli, L. (2000). Preseason Conditioning for Young Athletes. ACSM Current Comment. Published by American College of Sports Medicine, November, 2000.

26. Pearson, D., Faigenbaum, A. Conley, M, Kraemer, W. (2000). Resistance training guidelines for the
enhancement of health and athletic performance. Strength and Conditioning. 22: 14-27

27. Faigenbaum, A., and Micheli, L. (2000). Preseason conditioning for the preadolescent athlete.
Pediatric Annals. 29:156-161.

28. Faigenbaum, A, Yap, C. (2000). Are plyometrics safe for children. Strength & Conditioning. 22:
45-46.

29. Faigenbaum, A., Glover, S., O’Connell, J., LaRosa Loud, R and Westcott, W. (2001). The Effects of different resistance training protocols on upper body strength and endurance development in children. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 15(4): 459-465.

30. Howell, A., Cairns, M., Faigenbaum, A., and Libonati, J. (2001). The effects of muscle hypoperfusion /hyperemia on repetitive vertical jump performance. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research. 15(4): 446-449

31. Faigenbaum, A. (2001). Strength training and children’s health. Journal of Physical Education Recreation and Dance, 72 (3): 24-30

32. Faigenbaum, A. Preseason conditioning for high school athletes. (2001). Strength and Conditioning, 23 (1): 70-72

33. Libonati, J, and A. Faigenbaum. (2001). Promoting physical activity in adults using the heart rate guide. The American Journal of Medicine and Sports. 3: 69-74.

34. Faigenbaum, A., & Chu, D. (2001). Plyometric training for children and adolescents. ACSM Current Comment. Published by the American College of Sports Medicine, December.

35. Faigenbaum, A. Milliken, L., LaRosa Loud, R., Burak, B., Doherty, C. and Westcott, W. Comparison of 1 day and 2 days per week of strength training in children . (2002). Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 73: 416-424.

36. Faigenbaum, A. (2002). Resistance training for adolescent athletes. Athletic Therapy Today. 7(6): 30-35.

37. Faigenbaum, A., Wein, D. (2002). High school food service: The cost of eating right. CAHPERD Journal Fall. 12-13.

38. Micheli, L. Glassman, R., Faigenbaum, A., Gondek, J., Loud, R., Wein, D., Westcott, W. (2002). Promoting physical activity in children and teens. Consensus Statement from the Massachusetts Governor’s Committee on Physical Fitness and Sports. December.

39. Pikosky, M., Faigenbaum, A., Westcott, W., and Rodriquez, N. (2002). Effects of resistance training on protein utilization in healthy children. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 34 (5): 820-827.

40. Faigenbaum, A., Mediate, P., Rota, D. (2002). Sleep need in high school athletes. Strength and Conditioning 24 (4): 18-19

41. Faigenbaum, A. (2002). Strength Training for Overweight Teenagers. Strength and Conditioning, 24: 67-68.
42. Faigenbaum, A., and Cloutier, G. (2002) Medicine ball training for children. Strategies, 15(5): 15-18.

43. Faigenbaum, A. (2003). Youth resistance training. President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports Research Digest, 4(3): 1-8.

44. Faigenbaum, A. Milliken, L., and Westcott, W. (2003). Maximal strength testing in children. Journal of strength and Conditioning Research. 17: 162-166.

45. Masamoto, N., Larson, R., Gates, T., Faigenbaum, A. (2003). Acute effects of plyometric exercise on maximum squat performance in male athletes. Journal of strength and Conditioning Research. 17: 68-71.

46. Haff, G. Burgener, M. Faigenbaum, A.., Kilmore, L., Lavalle, M., Nitka, M., Rippetoe, M., Proulx, C. (2003). Roundtable discussion: Youth resistance training. Strength and Conditioning. 25: 49-64.

47. Manning, L., and Faigenbaum, A. (2003). Parents perceptions of after-school physical activity, CAHPERD Bulletin, 49: 19-21.

48. Faigenbaum, A., Bellucci, M. (2003), Andamento Della Frequenza Cardiaca Nella Lezioni Di Educazione Fisica. Educazione Fisica e Sport Nella Scuola, 26-30.

49. Faigenbaum, A. Milliken, L., Cloutier, C. and Westcott, W. (2004). Perceived exertion during resistance exercise in children. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 98, 627-637.

50. Faigenbaum, A., and Schram, J. (2004). Can resistance training reduce injuries in youth sports? Strength and Conditioning Journal. 26, 16-21.

51. Faigenbaum, A. Maximize Recovery. (2004). Strength and Conditioning Journal. 26, 77-78.

52. Faigenbaum, A., Bellucci, M., Bernieri, A., Bakker, B., Hoorens, K. (2005). Effects of different warm-up protocols on fitness performance in children. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 19(2): 376-381.

53. Faigenbaum, A., Mediate, P. (2005). Activate Physical Education with Medicine Ball Training. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 27(3): 25-26.

54. Hoffman, J., Kang, J., Faigenbaum, A., & Ratamess, N. (2005). Recreational sports participation is associated with enhanced physical fitness in children. Research in Sports Medicine, 13: 1-13.

55. Faigenbaum, A., Milliken, L., Moultin, L., Westcott, W. (2005). Muscular fitness adaptations in children in response to two different resistance training regimens, Pediatric Exercise Science, 17: 237-248.

56. Hoffman, J., Kang, J., Ratamess, N., & Faigenbaum, A. (2005). Biochemical and hormonal responses during an intercollegiate football season. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 37(7): 1237-1241.

57. Faigenbaum, A. & Kang, J. (2005). Youth strength training: Facts, fallacies and program design considerations. ACSM Certified News, 15(4): 5-7.

58. Hoffman, J., Ratamess, N., Cooper, J., Kang, J., Chilakos, A., & Faigenbaum, A. (2005). Comparison of loaded and unloaded jump squat training on strength/power performances in college football players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 19(4): 810-815.

59. Annesi, J., Westcott, W., Faigenbaum, A., Unruh, J. (2005). Effects of a 12 week physical activity program delivered by YMCA after-school counselors (Youth Fit for Life) on fitness and self-efficacy changes in 5-12 year old boys and girls, Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 76(4): 468-476.

60. Micheli, L., Cassella, M., Faigenbaum, A., Southwick, A., & Ho, V. (2006). Preseason to postseason changes in body composition of professional ballet dancers. Journal of Dance Medicine & Science, 9(2): 56-59.

61. Faigenbaum, A., Kang, K., McFarland, J., Bloom, J., Magnatta, J., Ratamess, N., & Hoffman, J. (2006). Acute effects of different warm-up protocols on anaerobic performance in teenage athletes, Pediatric Exercise Science, 18(1): 64-75.

62. Faigenbaum, A. (2006). Plyometrics for kids: Facts and fallacies. NSCA’s Performance Training Journal. 5(2): 13-16

63. Hoffman, J., Kang, J., Ratamess, N., Jennings, P., Mangine, G., Faigenbaum, A. (2006). Thermogenic effect from nutritionally enriched coffee consumption, Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition. 3(1):35-41.

64. Faigenbaum, A., and J. McFarland. (2006). Strength training for overweight youth. The NJAHPERD Reporter, 77: 47-48.

65. McFarland, J., Keiper, F. & Faigenbaum, A. (2006). Medicine ball training for school-aged youth. The NJAHPERD Reporter, 77:51.

66. Hoffman, J., Ratamess, N., Kang, J., Mangine, G., Faigenbaum, A. Stout, J. (2006). Effect of creatine and B-Alanine supplementation on performance and endocrine responses in strength/power athletes. International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 16: 430-446.

67. Wilcox, J., Larson, R., Brochu, K., Faigenbaum, A. (2006). Acute explosive force movements enhance bench press performance in athletic men. International Journal of Sport Physiology and Performance, 1: 261-269.

68. Faigenbaum, A. and P. Mediate. (2006). Medicine ball for all: A novel program that enhances physical fitness in school-aged youths. Journal of Physical Education Recreation and Dance, 77:25-30.

69. Faigenbaum, A. & Mediate, P. (2006). The effects of medicine ball training on physical fitness in high school physical education students, The Physical Educator, 63:160-167.

70 Faigenbaum, A., and J. McFarland. (2006). Make Time for Less Intense Training. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 28: 77-79.

71. Faigenbaum, A. (2006). Resistance Training for Children. NSCA Japan, 13:46-50.

72. Faigenbaum, A., McFarland, J., Schwerdtman, J., Ratamess, N., Kang, N., Hoffman, J. (2006). Dynamic warm-up protocols, with and without a weighted vest, and fitness performance in high school female athletes. Journal of Athletic Training, 41(4):357-363.

73. Hoffman, J. Ratamess, N., Kang, J., Falvo, M., Faigenbaum, A. (2006). Effect of protein intake on strength, body composition and endocrine changes in strength/power athletes. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, 3(2):12-18.
74. Hoffman, J. Ratamess, N., Kang, J., Falvo, M., Faigenbaum, A. (2007). Effect of protein supplementation on muscular performance and resting hormonal changes in college football players. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 6, 84-91.

75. Thompsen, A., Kackley, T., Palumbo, M, and Faigenbaum, A. (2007). Acute effects of different warm-up protocols with and without a weighted vest on jumping performance in female athletes. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 21, 52-56.

76. Ratamess, N., Faigenbaum, A., Mangine, G., Hoffman, J., Kang, J. Acute Muscular strength assessment using free weights bars of different thickness. (2007). Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 21, 240-244.

77. Kang, J., Mangine G., Ratamess N., Faigenbaum A., Hoffman J. (2007). Influence of intensity fluctuation on exercise metabolism. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 100, 253-60.

78. Hoffman, J., Im, J., Kang, J, Maresh, C., Kraemer, W., French, D., Nioka, S., Kime, R., Rundell, K., Ratamess, N., Faigenbaum, A., Chance, B. (2007). Comparison of low- and high-intensity resistance exercise on lipid peroxidation: Role of muscle oxygenation. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 21, 118-122.

79. Hoffman, J. Ratamess, N., Faigenbaum, A , Mangine, G., & Kang, J. (2007). Effects of maximal squat exercise testing on vertical jump performance in American college football players. Journal of Sport Science and medicine, 6, 149-150.

80. Ratamess, N., Falvo, M., Mangine, G., Hoffman, J., Faigenbaum, A., & Kang, J. (2007). The effect of rest interval length on the metabolic responses to the bench press exercise. European Journal of Applied Physiology, epub ahead of print.

81. Faigenbaum, A., and J. McFarland. (2007). Dynamic motivation with skills and drills. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 29: 74-76.

82. Faigenbaum, A., & McFarland, J. Guidelines for implementing a dynamic warm-up for physical education. (2007). Journal of Physical Education Recreation and Dance, 78: 25-28.

83. Faigenbaum, A., McFarland, J., Johnson, L., Kang, J., Bloom, J., Ratamess, N., Hoffman, J. (2007). Preliminary evaluation of an after-school resistance training program for improving physical fitness in middle school-aged boys. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 104, 407-415.

84. Filippone, B., Vantini, C., Bellucci, M., Faigenbaum, A., Casella, R., Pesce, C. (2007). Trend secolari di involuzione della capacita mototie in eta scolare. Scuolo dello Sport, 72, 31-41.

85. Hoffman, J., Ratamess, N., Klatt, M., Faigenbaum, A., Kang J. (2007). Do bilateral power deficits influence direction specific movement patterns. Research in Sports Medicine, 15:125-132

86. Hoffman, J., Kang, J., Ratamess, N., Jennings, P., Mangine, G., Faigenbaum, A. (2007). Effect of nutritionally enriched coffee consumption on aerobic and anaerobic exercise performance, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 21:456-459.

87. Faigenbaum, A. (2007). Resistance training for children and adolescents: Are there health outcomes? American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine. 1: 190-200

88. Faigenbaum, A. (2007). Youth resistance training. NSCA Hot Topic, 1-10.

89. Faigenbaum, A, Hoffman, J, Farrell A, Ratamess, N. & Kang J. (2007). Health and physical education teachers’ perceptions of anabolic steroid abuse by school children. The Reporter NJAHPERD, 78: 47-54.

90. Annesi, J., Faigenbaum, A., Westcott, W. Smith, A, Unruh, J. & Franklin G. (2007). Effects of the Youth Fit For Life protocol on physiological, mood, self-appraisal, and voluntary physical activity changes in African American preadolescents: contrasting after-school care and physical education formats. International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology, 7 (93): 641-659.

91. Kang, J., Hoffman, J., Ratamess, N., Faigenbaum, A., Falvo, M., Wendell, M. (2007). Effect of exercise intensity on fat utilization in males and females. Research in Sports Medicine, 15, 175-188

92. Faigenbaum, A. Westcott, W. 2007. Resistance training for obese children and adolescents. President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sport Research Digest, 8(3): 1-8.

93. Faigenbaum, A, McFarland, J., Keiper F., Tevlin W., Kang J., Ratamess N., Hoffman J. (2007). Effects of a short term plyometric and resistance training program on fitness performance in boys age 12 to 15 years. Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 6, 519-525.

94. Annesi, J. Faigenbaum, A., Westcott, W., Smith, A., Dixon, G. (2007). Effects of the Youth Fit for Life protocol on physiological factors, mood, self-appraisal, voluntary physical activity and fruit and vegetable consumption in children enrolled in YMCA after school care. Journal of Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences, 1(1): 1-7.

95. Ratamess, N., Hoffman, J., Ross, R., Shanklin, M., Faigenbaum, A., & Kang, J. (2007). Effects of amino acid/creatine energy supplement on the acute hormonal response to resistance exercise. International Journal of Sports Nutrition, 17, 608-623.

96. Ratamess, N., Hoffman, J., Faigenbaum, A., Mangine, G., Falvo, M., & Kang, J. (2007). The combined effects of protein intake and resistance training on serum osteocalcin concentrations in strength and power athletes. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 21(4), 1197-1203.

97. Hoffman, J., Ratamess, N Faigenbaum, A., Ross, R., Kang, J., Stout, J., Wise, J. (2007). Short duration B-alanine supplementation increases training volume and reduces feelings of fatigue in college football players. Nutrition Research, 28:31-35.

98. Hoffman, J., Faigenbaum, A., Ratamess, N., Ross, R., Kang, J., Tenenbaum, G. (2008). Nutritional supplementation and anabolic steroid use in adolescents. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 40(1): 15-24.

99. Mangine, G, Ratamess, N., Hoffman, J., Faigenbaum, A., Kang, J., & Chilakos, A. (2008). The Effects of combined ballistic and heavy resistance training on maximal lower- and upper-body strength in recreationally-trained men. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 22(1): 132-139.

100. Faigenbaum, A. Kirschner, E., Bazzano, C., Libonati, J.Bellucci, M., & Pesce, C. (2007). L’allenamento con sovraccarichi per lo sviluppo della forca. Scuola Dello Sport, 26:37-44.

101. Libonati, J., Bazzano, C. Faigenbaum, A. , Kirschner, E., Bellucci, & Pesce, C. (2007). Gli adattamenti cardiac al carico di allenamento. Scuola Dello Sport, 26:21-28.

102. Bazzanno, C., Bellucci, M., Kirschner, E., Faigenbaum, A. Libonati, J. & Pesce, C. (2007). Attivita intense o moderata?. Scuola Dello Sport, 26:21-28.

103. Ratamess N. Faigenbaum A, Hoffman J. & Kang J. (2008). Self-selected resistance training intensity in healthy women: The influence of a personal trainer. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 22(1): 103-111.104.
104. Faigenbaum, A., & Mediate, P. (2008). Medicine ball training for kids: Benefits, concerns and program design considerations. ACSMs Health and Fitness Journal, 12(3): 7-12.

105. Behm, D., Faigenbaum, A., Falk, B., & Klentrou, P. (2008). Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Position paper: Resistance training in children and adolescents. Journal of Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, 33(3): 547-561.

106. Milliken, L. Faigenbaum, A,. LaRosa Loud, R., Westcott, W. (2008). Correlates of upper and lower body muscular strength in children. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 22(4): 1-8.

107. Hoffman, J., Ratamess, N., Ross, R., Shanklin, M., Kang, J., Faigenbaum, A. (2008). Effect of a pre-exercise energy supplement on the acute hormonal response to resistance exercise. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 22(3): 874-882.

108. Hoffman, J., Ratamess, N., Ross, R., Kang, J., Magrelli, J., Neese, K., Faigenbaum, A., Wise, J (2008). B-Alanine and the hormonal response to exercise. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 29: 1-7
109. Faigenbaum, A., Mediate, P. Balloon training for school-age youth. (2008). Strength and Conditioning Journal, 30: 17-18.
110. Faigenbaum, A., & McFarland, J. (2008). Relative safety of weightlifting movements for youth, Strength and Conditioning Journal, 30:23-25.

111. Hoffman, J., Ratamess, N., Ross, R., Kang, J., Magrelli, J., Neese, K., Faigenbaum, A. (2008) B-Alanine and the hormonal response to exercise. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 29: 952-958.

112. Faigenbaum, A., Ratamess, N., McFarland, J., Kaczmarek, J., Coraggio, M., Kang, J., & Hoffman, J. (2008). Effect of rest interval length on bench press performance in boys, teens and men. Pediatric Exercise Science, 20, 457-469.

113. Hoffman, J., Kang, J., Ratamess, N., Rashti, S., and Faigenbaum, A. (2008). Thermogenic effect of a high energy, pre exercise supplement. Kinesiology, 40, 200-205.

114. Hoffman, J., Ratamess, N.,Klatt, M., Faigenbaum, A., Ross, R., Tranchina, N., McCurley, R., Kang, J., Kraemer, W. (2009). Comparison between different off-season resistance training programs in division III American college football players. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 23, 11-19.

115. Faigenbaum, A., Farrell, A., Radler, T., Zbojovsky, D., Chu, D., Ratamess, N., Kang, J., & Hoffman, J. “Plyo Play”: A novel program of short bouts of moderate and high intensity exercise
improves physical fitness in elementary school children. (2009). The Physical Educator, 66, 37-44.

116. Ross, R., Ratamess, N., Hoffman, J., Faigenbaum, A., Kang, J., and Chilakos, A. (2009).The effects of treadmill sprint training and resistance training on maximal running velocity and power. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 23, 385-391.

117. Hoffman, J. Ratamess, N., Trachina, C., Rashti, S., Kang, J., Faigenbaum, A. 2009. Effect of protein supplement timing on strength, power and body compositional changes in experienced resistance trained men. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 19, 172-185.

118. Howard, R. and Faigenbaum, A. (2009). Issues in training youth that impact high school athletic participation. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 31:55-57.

119. Annesi, J., Tennant, G., Westcott, W., & Faigenbaum, A. (2009). Effects of the Youth Fit for Life protocol on physiological, psychological and behavioral factors at YMCA Calgary after-school care sites. Psychological Reports, 104, 879-895.

120. Faigenbaum, A., Kraemer, W., Blimkie, J., Jeffreys, I., Micheli, L., Nitka, M., Rowland, T. (2009). Youth resistance training: Updated position statement paper from the National Strength and Conditioning Association, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, Supplement 23, S60-S79

121. Annesi, J., Tennant, G., Westcott, W., Faigenbaum, A., Smith, A. (2009). Effects of youth fit for life protocol on physiological, psychological and behavioral factors at YMCA Calgary after-school care centers. Psychological Reports, 104, 879-895.

122. Faigenbaum, A. Overtraining in young athletes: How much is too much? (2009). ACSM Health and Fitness Journal, 13, 8-13.

123. Hoffman, J., Ratamess, N., Tranchina, C., Rashti, S., Kang, J., and Faigenbaum, A. (2009). Effect of protein-supplement timing on strength, power and body composition changes in resistance-trained men. International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, 19, 172-185.

124. Hoffman, J., Ratamess, J., Kang, N., Rashti, S., and Faigenbaum, A. (2009). Effect of betaine supplementation on power performance and fatigue. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, 6(7): 1-10.

125. Hoffman, J., Ratamess, N., Neese, K., Ross, R., Kang, J., Magrelli, J., & Faigenbaum, A. (2009). Physical performance characteristics in NCAA division III champion female lacrosse athletes. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 23(5): 1524-1529.

126. Kang, J., Rashti, S., Tranchina, C., Ratamess, N., Faigenbaum, A. and Hoffman, J. (2009). Effect of preceding resistance exercise on metabolism during subsequent aerobic session. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 107:43-50.

127. Faigenbaum, A., & Avila, K. (2009). Promoting lifetime physical activity in inner-city youth. The Reporter, 80(1):9-11.

128. Farrell, A., Faigenbaum, A. & Buggey, J. (2009). Effects of exercise training with balloons on fitness performance in elementary school children. The Reporter, 80(1):80-85.

129. Rashti, S., Ratamess, N., Kang, J., Faigenbaum, A., Chilokas, A., Hoffman, J. (2009). Thermogenic effect of Meltdown RTDTM energy drink in young healthy women: A double blind cross-over design study. Lipids in Health and Disease, 8(1):57.

130. Faigenbaum, A. (2009). Resistance training for overweight and obese youth: Beyond sets and reps. Obesity Management, 5(6):282-285.
131. Faigenbaum, A. (2009). Youth strength training: Facts and fallacies. ACSM Fit Society Page, Winter, 3-4.
132. Faigenbaum, A. & Myer, G. (2010). Resistance training among young athletes: Safety, efficacy and injury prevention effects. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 44, 56-63.
133. Hoffman, J., Ratamess, N., Kang, J., Rashti, S., Kelley, N., Gonzales, A. Stec, M., Anderson, S., Bailey, B., Yamamoto, L., Hom, L., Kupchak, B., Faigenbaum, A., Maresh, C. (2010). Examination of the efficacy of acute L-Alanyl-L-Glutamine ingestion during hydration stress in endurance exercise. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, 3:7:8

134. National Association for Sport and Physical Education (2010). Task Force: Coakley, J., Sheridan M., Howard, R., Graham, T., Faigenbaum, A. Guidelines for participation in youth sport programs: Specialization versus multi-sport participation (position statement). Reston, VA: National Association for Sport and Physical Education.

135. Faigenbaum, A. McFarland, J., Buchanan, E., Ratamess, N., Kang, J., Hoffman, J. (2010). After-school fitness performance is not altered following physical education in adolescent athletes. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 24(3):765-770.

136. Faigenbaum, A. & Meadors, L. (2010). A coaches dozen: 12 FUNdamental principles for building young and healthy athletes, Strength and Conditioning Journal, 32:99-101.

137. Annesi, J., Faigenbaum, A. Westcott, W. (2010). Relations of transtheoretical model stage, self-efficacy and voluntary physical activity in African American preadolescents. Research Quarterly in Exercise and Sport, 81(2): 239-244

138. Faigenbaum, A. & Myer, G. (2010). Pediatric resistance training: Benefits, concerns and program design considerations. Current Sports Medicine Reports, 9:161-168.

139. Faigenbaum, A. McFarland, J., Kelley, N., Ratamess, N., Kang, J., Hoffman, J. (2010). Influence of recovery time on warm-up effects in adolescent athletes. Pediatric Exercise Science, 22:266-277.

140. Farrell, A., Faigenbaum, A., Radler, T. (2010) Fun and fitness with balloons. Strategies. 24: 26-29.

141. Faigenbaum, A. (2011), Youth fitness. Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine, L. Micheli (Ed). Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, pp 1577-1579.

142. Faigenbaum, A. (2011). Youth strength training. Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine, L. Micheli (Ed). Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA, pp 1406-1409.

143. Faigenbaum, A., Myer, G., Naclerio, F., and Casas, A. (2011). Injury trends and prevention in youth resistance training. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 33(3): 36-41.

144. Myer, G. Faigenbaum, A, Chu, D. Falkel, J, Ford, K, Best, T. Hewett, T. (2011). Integrative Training for Children and Adolescents: Techniques and Practices for Reducing Sports-related Injuries and Enhancing Athletic Performance and in Young Athletes. Physician and Sports Medicine, 39(1):74-84

145. Myer, G., Faigenbaum, A., Ford, K., Best, T., Bergeron, M, Hewett, T. (2011). When to initiate integrative neuromuscular training to reduce risk of sports-related injuries in youth? Current Sports Medicine Reports. 9(3): 161-168.

146. Faigenbaum, A., Stracolinni, A., Myer, G. (2011). Exercise deficit disorder in youth: The hidden truth. Acta Paediatrica, 100, 1423-1425.

147. Myer, G., Faigenbaum, A., Cherny, C., Heidt, R., Hewett, T. (2011). Did the NFL lockout expose the Achilles heel of competitive sports? Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy. 41: 702-705

148. Myer, G., Faigenbaum, A., Hewett, T. (2011). SPTS Home Study Course . Strength and Conditioning for the Young Athlete: Guidelines and Safety Considerations, American Physical Therapy Association.

149. Faigenbaum, A., Farrell, A., Fabiano, M., Radler, T., Naclerio, F., Ratamess, N., Kang, J., Myer, G. (2011). Effects of integrative neuromuscular training on fitness performance in children. Pediatric Exercise Science, 23, 573-584

150. Faigenbaum, A., Perez, T. Naclerio, F. (2011). Resistance training for overweight youth. KRONOS (Universidad Europea de Madrid), X(1): 5-14.

151. Myer, G., Faigenbaum, A. (2011). Exercise is sports medicine in youth: Integrative neuromuscular training to optimize motor development and reduce risk of sports related injury. KRONOS (Universidad Europea de Madrid), X(1): 39-48.

152. Faigenbaum, A., Myer, G. (2011). Resistance training and pediatric health. KRONOS (Universidad Europea de Madrid), X(1): 31-38.

153. Naclerio, F, Faigenbaum, A. (2011). Integrative neuromuscular training for youth. KRONOS (Universidad Europea de Madrid), X(1): 49-56.

154. Faigenbaum, A., McFarland, J, Naclerio, F., Myer, G., Kang, J., Ratamess, N. (2012). Reliability of the one repetition-maximum power clean test in adolescent athletes. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 26(2): 432-437.

155. Faigenbaum, A., Gipson-Jomes, T. Myer, G. (2012). Exercise deficit disorder in youth: An emergent health care concern for school nurses. Journal of School Nursing, 28(4): 252-255.

156. Faigenbaum, A., Myer, G. (2012). Exercise deficit disorder in youth: Play now or pay later. Current Sports Medicine Reports, 11(4): 196-200.

157. Pesce, P., Faigenbaum, A., Crova, C., Marchetti, R., Bellucci, M. (2012). Benefits of multi-sports physical education in the elementary school context. Health Education Journal. 72(3): 326-336.

158. Ratamess, N., Chiarello, C., Sacco, A, Hoffman, J., Faigenbaum, A., Ross, R., Kang, J. (2012).
The effects of rest interval length on acute bench press performance: The Influence of gender and absolute muscle strength. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 26(7): 1817-1826.

159. Faigenbaum, A., Myer, G. (2012). Exercise deficit disorder in youth: Implications for fitness professionals. ACSMs Certified News. 22(2): 6-7.

160. Ratamess, N, Hoffman, J., Kraemer, W., Ross, R., Tranchina, C., Rashti, S., Kelly, N., Vingren, J., Kang, J., Faigenbaum, A. (2012). European Journal of Applied Physiology

161. Faigenbaum, A., Myer, G. (2012). Effective strategies for building young athletes, ACSMs Health and Fitness Journal, 16(5): 9-16.

162. Lloyd, R., Faigenbaum, A., Myer, G., Stone, M., Oliver, J., Jeffreys, I., Moody, J., Brewer, C., Pierce, K. (2012). United Kingdom Strength and Conditioning Association (UKSCA) Position Statement on youth resistance training, Professional Strength and Conditioning, 26, 26-39.

163. Stodden, D., Howard, R., Faigenbaum, A., Richardson, C., Meadors, L., Moore, W., Molony, J., McHenry, P., Graziano, J., Cullen-Carrol, P. (2012). Promoting integrated youth physical development in the United States. Professional Strength and Conditioning, 26, 10-18.

164. Faigenbaum, A., Bush, J. (2012). Exercise training for overweight youth: Why weight? ACSM Certified New. 22, 6-7, 12.

165. Faigenbaum, A., Myer, G., Chu, D., Paterno, M. (2013). Responding to exercise deficit disorder in youth: Integrating wellness care into pediatric physical therapy. Pediatric Physical Therapy, 25:2-6.

166. Faigenbaum, A. Farrell, A., Fabiano, M., Radler, T., Naclerio, F., Ratamess, N., Kang, J., Myer, G. (2013). Effects of detraining on fitness performance in children. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 27(2): 323-330.

167. Stracciolini, A., Myer, G., Faigenbaum, A. (2013). Exercise deficit disorder in youth: Are we ready to make this diagnosis? Physician and Sports Medicine, 41(1): 94-101.

168. Faigenbaum, A., Lloyd, R., Sheehan, D., Myer, G. (2013). The role of the pediatric exercise specialist in treating exercise deficit disorder in youth. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 35(3):34-41

169. Naclerio, N, Faigenbaum, A. Larumbe, E., Goss_Sampson, M., Perez-Bilbao, T. Jimenez, A., Beedie, C., (2013). Effects of a low volume injury prevention program on the hamstring torque angle relationship, Research in Sports Medicine., 21:253-263.

170. Kang, J., Raines, E., Rosenberg, J., Ratamess, N., Naclerio, N., Faigenbaum, A. (2013). Metabolic responses during postprandial exercise. Research in Sports Medicine. 21: 240-252

171. Naclerio, F., Faigenbaum, A., Larumbe_Zabala, Perez-Bibao, T., Kang, J., Ratamess, N., Triplett, T. (2013). Effects of different resistance training volumes on strength and power in team sport athletes. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 27(7):1832-1840.

172. Myer, G., Faigenbaum, A., Dolan, L., Hewett, T., Khoury, J., McCambridge, T. (2013). Injury initiates unfavourable weight gain and obesity markers in youth. British Journal of Sports Medicine, epub ahead of print

173. Faigenbaum, A. Myer, G., Farrell, A., Radler, T., Fabiano, M., Hewett, T. (2014). Integrated neuromuscular training and sex-specific fitness performance in 7-year-old children: An exploratory investigation. Journal of Athletic Training, 49(2): 145-153.

174. Myer, G., Lloyd, R., Brent, J., Faigenbaum, A. (2013). How young is “too young” to start training? ACSM’s Health and Fitness Journal, 17(5): 1-10.

175. Myer, G., Faigenbaum, A., Stracciolini, A., Hewett, T.E., Micheli, L.J. Best, T. (2013). Exercise
deficit disorder in youth: A paradigm shift toward disease prevention and comprehensive care. Current
Sports Medicine Reports, 12(4): 248-255.

176. Myer, G., Kushner, A., Faigenbaum, A., Kiefer, A., Kashikar-Zuck, S., Clark, J. (2013). Training the developing brain Part 1: Cognitive developmental considerations for training youth, Current Sports Medicine Reports, 12(5): 304-310.

177. Balsomo, S., Tibana, R., Nascimento, D., Franz, C., Lyons, S., Faigenbaum, A., Prestes, J. (2013). Exercise order influences number of repetitions and lactate levels but not perceived exertion during resistance training in adolescents. Research in Sports Medicine, 21: 293-304.

178. Faigenbaum, A., Lloyd, R., Myer, G., (2013).Youth resistance training: past practices, new perspectives and future directions. Pediatric Exercise Science, 25(4): 591-604.

179. Lubans, D., Smith, J., Harries, S., Barnett, L., Faigenbaum, A. (2014). Development and test-re-test reliability of a resistance training skills test. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 28(5): 1373-1380.

180. Naclerio, F. Faigenbaum, A. Larumbe-Zabala, E., Ratamess, N., Kang, J., Friedman, P., Ross, R. (2014). Effectiveness of different postactivation protocols with and without whole body vibration on jumping performance in college athletes, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 28(1): 232-239.

181. Faigenbaum, A., McFarland, J. (2014). Criterion repetition maximum testing. Strength and Conditioning Journal, 36(1): 88-91.

182. Lloyd, R., Faigenbaum, A., Stone, M., Oliver, J., Jeffreys, I., Moody, J., Brewer, C., Pierce, K. McCambridge, T., Howard, R., Herrington, L., Hainline, B., Micheli, L., Jaques, R., Kraemer, W., McBride, M., Best, T., Chu, D., Alvar, B., Myer, G. (2014). Position Statement on youth resistance training: the 2014 international consensus, British Journal of Sports Medicine, 48(7): 498-505

183. McGladrey, B., Hannon, J., Faigenbaum, A. Shaw, J. High school physical educators’ and sport coaches’ knowledge of resistance training principles and methods. (2014). Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 28(5): 1433-1442.

184. Faigenbaum A, Myer G, Farrell A, Radler T, Fabiano M, Kang J, Ratamess N, Khoury J, Hewett T. (2014). Integrative neuromuscular training and sex-specific fitness performance in 7-year-old children: An exploratory investigation, Journal of Athletic Training, 49(2): 145-153.

185. Lloyd, R., Oliver, J., Faigenbaum, A., Myer, G., Croix, M. (2014). Chronological age versus biological age maturation: Implications for exercise programming in youth. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 28(5): 1454-1464.

186. Faigenbaum, A., Myer, G., Fernandez, I., Carrasco, E., Farrell, A., Bates, N., Ratamess, N., Kang, J. (2014). Feasibility and reliability of measures of postural control in children in first through fifth grades. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 9(2): 140-148.

187. Moro, T., Bianco, A., Faigenbaum, A., Paoli A. (2014). Pediatric resistance training: current issues and concerns. Minerva Pediatrica. 66(3):217-227.

188. Lloyd, R., Faigenbaum, A., Stone, M., Oliver, J., Jeffreys, I., Moody, J., Brewer, C., Pierce, K. McCambridge, T., Howard, R., Herrington, L., Hainline, B., Micheli, L., Jaques, R., Kraemer, W., McBride, M., Best, T., Ramirez, R., Chu, D., Alvar, B., Esteve, J., Alonso, J., Myer, G. (2014). Position Statement on youth resistance training: the 2014 international consensus, Archivos de Medicina del Deporte, 31(2): 111-124

189. Faigenbaum, A., Best, M., MacDonald, J., Myer, G., Stracciolini, A. (2014). Top 10 questions related to exercise deficit disorder (EDD) in youth. Research Quarterly in Exercise and Sport, 85, 297-304.

190. Bukowsky, M., Faigenbaum, A. Myer, G. (2014). Fundamental integrative training (FIT) for Physical Education, Journal of Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, 85, 23-30.

191. Ratamess, N., Rosenberg J., Klei S, Dougherty B., , Kang J, Smith C, Ross R.,, Faigenbaum A., (2014). Comparison of the acute metabolic responses to traditional resistance, body-weight, and battling rope exercises, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 29: 47-57, 2015.

192. Smith, J., Eather, N., Morgan, P., Plotnikoff, R., Faigenbaum, A. Lubans, D. (2014). The health benefits of muscular fitness for children and adolescents: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Sports Medicine, 44: 1209-1223.

193. Kang, J., Mangine, G., Ratamess, N., Faigenbaum, A., Hoffman, J., (2014). Acute effect of intensity fluctuation on energy output and substrate utilization, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 28: 2136-2144

204. Ratamess, N., Rosenberg, J., Kang, J., Sundberg, S., Izer, K., Levowsky, J., Rzeszutko, C., Ross, R., Faigenbaum, A. (2014.)Acute oxygen uptake and resistance exercise performance using different rest interval lengths: The influence of maximal aerobic capacity and exercise sequence, Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 28(7): 1875-1888.
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194. Benjaminse, A., Gokeler, A., Dowling, A.,Faigenbaum, A., Ford, K., Hewett, T., Onate, J., Otten, B., Myer, G. (2015) Optimization of the ACL injury prevention paradigm: novel feedback techniques to enhance motor learning. Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, 45(3), 170-182.

195. Lloyd., Oliver, J., Radnor, J., Rhodes, B., Faigenbaum, A., Myer, G. (2015). Relationship between functional movement competency and maturation upon athletic performance in male youth academy soccer players, Journal of Sports Sciences, 33:11-19.

196. Lloyd, R., Oliver, J., Faigenbaum, A., Myer, G., Howard, R., De Ste Croix, M., Williams, C., Micheli, L., Best, T. (2015). Long-term athletic development-Part 1: A pathway for all youth. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 29, 1439-1450.

197. Lloyd, R., Oliver, J., Faigenbaum, A., Myer, G., Howard, R., De Ste Croix, M., Williams, C., Micheli, L., Best, T. (2015). Long-term athletic development-Part 2: Barriers to success and potential solutions. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 29, 1451-1464.

198. Faigenbaum, A., Bush, J, McLoone, R., Kreckel, M., Farrell, A., Ratamess, N., Kang, J. (2015). Benefits of strength and skill-based training during primary school physical education. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 29, 1255-1262

199. Bush J , Blog G , Kang J, Faigenbaum A , Ratamess N .(2015). The effects of quadriceps strength following static and dynamic whole body vibration exercise. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 29, 1367-1377
200. Ratamess, N, Rosenberg, J, Klei, S, Dougherty, B, Kang, J, Smith, C, Ross, R, Faigenbaum A. (2015). Comparison of the acute metabolic responses to traditional resistance, body-weight, and battling rope exercises. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 29: 47-57.
201. Bergeron, M., Mountjoy, M., Armstrong, A., Chia, M., Cote, J., Emery, C., Faigenbaum, A., Hall, G., Kriemler, S., Leglise, M., Malina, R., Pensgaard, A., Sanchez, A., Soligard, T., Sundgot-Borgen, J., van Mechelan, W., Weinnensteiner, J., Engebretsen, L., (2015). International Olympic Committee Consensus Statement on Youth Athletic Development, British Journal of Sports Medicine, 15: 843-851.

202. Barnett, L., Reynolds, J., Faigenbaum, A, Smith, J., Harries, S., Lubans, D. (2015). Rater agreement of a test battery designed to assess adolescents skill competency in resistance training. Journal of Sport Science and Medicine, 18(1): 72-76.

203. Kushner, A., Kiefer, A., Lesnick, S., Faigenbaum, A., Zuck, S., Myer, G. (2015). Training the developing brain part II: Cognitive developmental considerations of youth for training instruction and feedback. Current Sports Medicine Reports, 14(3): 235-243.

204. Faigenbaum, A., Bagley, J., Boise, S., Farrell, A., Bates, N., Myer, G. (2015) Dynamic balance in children: performance comparison between two testing devices. Athletic Training and Sports Health Care. 7(4): 160-164.

205. Jakubowski, T., Faigenbaum, A., Lindberg, C. (2015). Increasing physical activity in children: From evidence to action. American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 40(4), 213-219

206. Faigenbaum, A., Lloyd, R., MacDonald, J., Myer. (2015), Citius, Altius, Fortius: Beneficial effects of resistance training for young athletes. British Journal of Sports Medicine, epub before print

207. Myer, G. , Faigenbaum, A , Edwards, N. Clark, J. , Best, T. Sallis, R. (2015). Sixty minutes of what? A developing brain perspective for activating children with an integrative exercise approach. British Journal of Sports Medicine, epub before print.

208. Kang, J., Bush, J., Ratamess, N., Faigenbaum, A., Klei, S., Maconi, D., Kreckel, M. (2015). Acute effects of whole-body vibration on energy metabolism during aerobic exercise. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, epub before print

209. Francis, C., Longmuir, P., Boyer, C., Belanger, P., Anderson, L., Barnes, J., Boiarskais, E., Cairney, J., Corbin, C., Faigenbaum, A., Faulkner, G., Hands, B., Hay, J., Janssen, I., Katzmarzyk, P., Kemper, H., Knudson, D., Lloyd, M., McKenzie, T., Olds, T., Sacheck, J., Shephard, R., Stodden, D., Zhu, W., and Tremblay, M. (2015). The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy: Development of a model of children’s capacity for a healthy, active lifestyle through a Delphi process. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, epub before print.

210. Ratamess, N., Smith, C., Beller, N., Kang, J., Faigenbaum, A., Bush, J. (2015) The effects of rest interval length on acute battling rope exercise metabolism. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, epub before print

211. Myer, G.,Jayanthi, N., Difiori, J., Faigenbaum, A., Kiefer, A.,Logerstedt, D.,Micheli, L.,
Does early sports specialization increase negative outcomes and reduce the opportunity for success in sports? Sports Health, in press

212. Myer, G.,Jayanthi, N., Difiori, J., Faigenbaum, A., Kiefer, A.,Logerstedt, D.,Micheli, L.,
Optimizing opportunities for youth “elite” athlete: Alternative solutions to early sport specialization in young athletes, Sports Health, in press

213. Stracciolini, A., Hanson, E., Kiefer, A., Myer, G., Faigenbaum, A., Resistance training for young female dancers. Journal of Dance Medicine, in press.

214. Walker, G., Straccolini, A., Faigenbaum, A., Myer, G. Physical inactivity: Can exercise deficit disorder create an opportunity for “Bright Futures?” Pediatrics, in review

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