Information for the Authors

Requirements for submission

Submitting the paper should be done via the Index Copernicus Publishers Panel – the electronic system for management of the editing process. For this purpose, it is necessary to register on the following website: http://970.indexcopernicus.com/ (Authors Pathway)  

Manuscript registration takes place in accordance with the instructions for authors :

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  • Once registered on the IC Publishers Panel platform, authors should contact the editorial office via the IC Publishers Panel e-mail or the editorial office directly via e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • The author responsible for correspondence with the publisher concerning the article receives notification confirming submission of the article, and information about stages of its publication.
  • Editors will not accept an article in which the phenomena of "ghostwriting " and "guest authorship" is present or showing signs of any aberrancies.
  • All publications are copyrighted on the basis of the Berne Convention and the Universal Copyright Convention, exceptions being only cases allowed by national law.
  • The author submits a statement (in the case of collaborative papers, the lead author submits the statement on behalf of all co-authors) asserting that materials submitted for publication become the sole property of the publisher and cannot be published in whole or in part by other journals or digital media without the permission of the publisher.
  • Submission for publication is tantamount to the author(s) relinquishing ownership rights to the publisher, which is claimed by the lead author i n a statement posted on the website: http://970.indexcopernicus.com/
  • The lead author is required to determine the contribution of the co-authors in creation of the article in accordance with the requirements of the IC Publishers Panel - electronic system for  managing the editorial process .

Regulations regarding eligibility for printing :

  • Articles not prepared in accordance with the requirements of the "Article publication requirements" will be returned to the author for improvement. The publisher reserves the right to remove linguistic defects or apply abbreviations.
  • The publisher reserves the right to adjust or condense the text, make improvements related to terminology standardization.
  • The publisher decides whether the article will be released for publication based on the reviewers’ opinions and the responses of the authors or lead author to the reviewers’ comments.
  • After translated, proofread and edited, the article is sent to the author(s) for approval. The publisher sets a one-week deadline for submission of further modifications by the author.
  • Before publication, the author responsible for correspondence with the publishing office will receive the article by e-mail (in PDF format), edited in accordance with the journal’s style template, t o obtain consent for its publication. At this stage of publishing, only minor, final modifications may be made. Delay in re-submission/consent may cause the article to be moved to the next issue.

Concluding remarks

  • Publication of articles in " Antropomotoryka. Journal of Kinesiology and Exercise Sciences (JKES) " is free of charge.
  • The author responsible for correspondence concerning the article receives a free PDF file with the issue of the quarterly journal, in which his/her paper is published.
  • Abstracts and full texts in English and Polish are posted on the following websites: http://www.antropomotoryka.pl/ and http://970.indexcopernicus.com/
  • Subscription to issues of the journal published in book format can be ordered for a fee at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
  • Distribution and sales of current and archival issues of " Antropomotoryka. Journal of Kinesiology and Exercise Science" can be found at:
    • Department of Academic Research and International Relations at the University School of Physical Education in Cracow. Address: al. Jana Pawła II 78, 31-571 Kraków, Tel./Fax: 48 12 683 1224; Tel.: +48 12 683 1278.
    • Krakow Physical Culture Bookshop. Address : al. Jana Pawła II 78, 31-571 Kraków, T el./Fax: 48 12 681 36 22.

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