Journal of Human Kinetics

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To the Authors of the Journal of Human Kinetics!

Dear Authors,
The Journal of Human Kinetics has served scientists for close to a quarter of a century. Throughout this time, we have attempted to disseminate the latest knowledge in sport sciences, especially that related to competitive sports. We have expanded our editorial board and systematically improved our services, while maintaining a low publishing fee. On the other hand, we have observed a significant rise in publishing fees throughout the world. Despite that trend, the Academy of Physical Education in Katowice, the owner of the Journal of Human Kinetics, has decided to lower the publishing fee starting from January 1 2023 to 800 Euro.
Additionally, we have expanded the scope of the journal, which now covers topics not only related to competitive sports, but also to physical activity of different populations, kinesiology, exercise physiology & sports medicine as well as psychology & sociology of sport and exercise. Considering our experience with special issues, we also accept guest editorial offers for specific topics related to particular aspects of sport sciences.
We thus encourage all scientists to submit manuscripts to the JHK. We would also like to thank all the authors and reviewers for their great effort and to wish everyone a happy New Year!

Prof. Adam Zajac

The Journal of Human Kinetics is a non-profit organization and most of the publishing expenses are covered by the Jerzy Kukuczka Academy of Physical Education in Katowice along with the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education. However, due to insufficient financial funds and considering that the periodical is an open access journal, the Journal of Human Kinetics has to charge the publishing fee of 800 euro per paper. Yet, please note that there is no submission fee and that the fee is to be paid only following acceptance of the manuscript for print. Below, you may find all the details necessary to make the payment.

For any financial related issues, please contact directly:

Please make sure that you put the following information in the title of your e-mail:

Manuscript ID number - Corresponding Author et al. - First three words of the paper's title

Please note that there is no alternate way of paying, but to make a national/international wire.

Please ensure that you pay the total amount AND ALL BANK CHARGES.

Ensure that in the remittance's information you provide the following information:

Manuscript ID number - Corresponding Author et al. - First three words of the paper's title

We cannot guarantee to allocate your payment correctly without this information.

For the payment purposes, below you may find:

- the name and the address of the Academy:

Academy of Physical Education in Katowice
Mikolowska 72A str., 40-065 Katowice, Poland

- the name and the address of the bank:

ING Bank Śląski S.A.

Sokolska 34 str., 40-086 Katowice, Poland

Account number for foreign Authors:
IBAN PL 54 1050 1214 1000 0007 0000 7784

Account number for Polish Citizens:
ING Bank Śląski o/Katowice
54 1050 1214 1000 0007 0000 7784

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- University / Research Center full name

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