The Journal of Clinical Exercise Physiology (JCEP) is devoted to the issues routinely faced by the practicing clinical exercise physiologist. JCEP was designed to provide brief, specific reviews of contemporary topics relevant to the practicing clinical exercise physiologist. Each issue includes multiple reviews, a case study, and a point/counterpoint topic. Volume 2, Number 1 of JCEPincludes reviews on Cancer Rehabilitation and Cancer-Related Fatigue; Resistance Training Strategies for the Clinician: Focus on the Novice Exerciser; High Intensity Interval Training in Patients With Cardiovascular Disease: A Brief Review of Physiologic Adaptations and Suggestions for Future Research; Updates and Evidence Concerning Concussion in the Physically Active Population; and Exploring Avenues for Raising HDL Cholesterol. This issue's case study is Exercise Training for Peripheral Arterial Disease and the point/counterpoint section covers the topic of exercise testing in patients with heart disease who participate in exercise training.