The following is a curated list of resources for the material you'll need to be successful in Human Physiology. For more help, contact Annie Zeidman-Karpinski, the subject specialist librarian for Human Physiology.
Sport Discus provides extensive, interdisciplinary coverage of sport-related topics from approximately 300 sport and physical education periodicals from 1949 to present. Try this database when PubMed is too narrowly focused to help.
Google for academics. Be sure to set up LIBRARY LINKS in Scholar Preferences, either from the gear icon on the black navigation bar or by setting it up from the page below: http://scholar.google.com/intl/en/scholar/librarylinks.html
Journals focusing on many medical disciplines and especially nursing and allied health. This should duplicate material in other databases, but try it if you're not getting the articles you need in your other searches.
Extensive coverage of theses and dissertations in all fields of health as it relates to physical activity, physical fitness, activities of daily living, work, sport and athletics, recreation, dance, and play. Indexed very well.
With full text for over 3,600 academic, social sciences, humanities, general science, education and multi-cultural journals, this is a good database for almost any topic. It can also really help if you're researching a multidisiplinary aspect of exercise or sport.
A measure of the relative importance of a specific journal in it's academic discipline. This one now includes the Eigen Factor.
Related information about the relative ranking of journals is at the Eigen factor web site. Some international journals can be found with the SCImago Journal and Country Rank index. (This used to be Journal Citation Report (JCR) information.)