As you read articles you found to support your research, you should consider the following criteria:
What are scholarly articles? What's peer-reviewed? What's a refereed article?
Why do I have to use scholarly articles in my paper?
Examples of a peer-reviewed Kinesiology/EXHP journals:
Kinesiology Review is the official, peer-reviewed publication of the National Academy of Kinesiology and the American Kinesiology Association.
Sports Biomechanics is the scientific journal of the International Society of Biomechanics in Sports (ISBS). The journal sets out to generate knowledge to improve human performance and reduce the incidence of injury, and to communicate this knowledge to scientists, coaches, clinicians, teachers, and participants.
An Example of a Kinesiology Trade Magazines:
Kinesiology Today magazine is a quarterly publication of the American Kinesiology Association. KT features informative articles on current research in the field of kinesiology