Submited on: 13 May 2012 08:58:11 PM GMT
Published on: 14 May 2012 12:17:46 PM GMT

1 Is the subject of the article within the scope of the subject category? Yes
2 Are the interpretations / conclusions sound and justified by the data? Yes
3 Is this a new and original contribution? Yes
4 Does this paper exemplify an awareness of other research on the topic? Yes
5 Are structure and length satisfactory? Yes
6 Can you suggest brief additions or amendments or an introductory statement that will increase the value of this paper for an international audience? Yes
7 Can you suggest any reductions in the paper, or deletions of parts? No
8 Is the quality of the diction satisfactory? Yes
9 Are the illustrations and tables necessary and acceptable? Yes
10 Are the references adequate and are they all necessary? Yes
11 Are the keywords and abstract or summary informative? Yes
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    This is an interesting and well described piece of research. It sets the basis for further studies on unhealthy populations. I have enjoyed reading it. The paper could be improved by descrbing when the revision took place and the author should clear if there were more reviewers than him involved in the paper. It seems a hard long work to do for a single author. Congratulations

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    I have published myself some reviews on the field of physical exercise.

  • How to cite:  Ayan C .Can Sprint interval training be beneficial for unhealthy populations? Basis for future research[Review of the article 'The Effects of Sprint Interval Training on Aerobic Fitness: A Systematic Review ' by Kent W].WebmedCentral 2012;3(5):WMCRW001803
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