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Arosław Domaradzki, Zofia Ignasiak and Weronika Stodółka

Geriatr Soc , 2001, 49 (5), 664–672, doi: 10.1046/j.1532-5415.2001.49115.x. 16. Oliver D., Daly F., Martin F.c., McMurdo M.E., risk factors and risk assessment tools for falls in hospital in-patients: a systematic review. Age Ageing , 2004, 33 (2), 122–130, doi: 10.1093/ageing/ath017. 17. Osiński W., Szeklicki r., The development of gerokinesiology: one of the most urgent challenges in physical culture [in Polish]. Antropomotoryka , 2012, 58, 117–126. 18. rikli r., Jones c.J., Senior Fitness Test Manual. Human Kinetics, champaign 2001. 19. Stanisz A., An

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Daniel Castillo, Jesús Cámara, Carlo Castagna and Javier Yanci

related with match physical performance in elite ARs ( Krustrup et al., 2002 ). Although no differences were found in any of the variables in T1, FR registered better results than AR in the MATF (ES = 0.70, p > 0.05), in YYIR1 performance (ES = 0.97, p < 0.05) and VO2max (ES = 0.97, p < 0.05) at T2. Furthermore, despite a higher reported RPEres score in AR, RPEmus values were lower than that for FR in T2. Only FR showed significantly better results in the distance covered and VO2max in the Yo-Yo intermittent recovery test (level 1) after the offseason period

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Reguig Madani, Mohammed Zerf and SBA Bouabdellah

://www.asjp.cerist.dz/en/article/8472 8. LÉGER, L. A., D. MERCIER, C. GADOURY & J. LAMBERT, 1988. The multistage 20- metre shuttle run test for aerobic fitness. J Sports Sci . 6 (2), 93-101. doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/02640418808729800 9. Ling Qian, Lok-Wa Yuen, Yonghua Feng, Ian Newman, Duane Shell, Weijing, 2018. Effect of a Comprehensive Health Education Program to Increase Physical Activity among Primary School Students in China. Advances in Physical Education. 8 (2), 196-204. doi: https://doi.org/10.4236/ape.2018.82018 10. MOHAMMED, Z., 2018. Physical Condition Test

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Jakub Kortas, Katarzyna Prusik, Łukasz Bielawa, Monika Wiech, Zbigniew Ossowski, Seweryna Konieczna and Krzysztof Prusik

. 7. Kuński H., Janiszewski M. (1999). Medicine of physical activity for educators. Łódź: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego. [in Polish] 8. Bohannon R.W., Wang Y.C., Gershon R.C. (2015). Two-minute walk test performance by adults 18 to 85 years: normative values, reliability, and responsiveness. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 96(3), 472-477. 9. Chung P.K., Zhao Y., Liu J.D., Quach B. (2016). Functional fitness norms for community-dwelling older adults in Hong Kong. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 65, 54

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Annie McGee, Skip M. Williams, Margaret M. Coleman, Amy Hurd and Kelly R. Laurson

-referenced standards for youth health-related fitness tests: A tutorial. Res. Q. Exerc. Sport., 61: 7-19. 4. Dale D., C.B. Corbin, K.S. Dale (2000) Restricting opportunities to be active during the school day: Do children compensate by increasing physical activity levels after school? Res. Q. Exerc. Sport., 71: 240-248. 5. Dencker, M., O. Thorsson, M.K. Karlsson, C. Linden, S. Eiberg, P. Wollmer, L.B. Anderson (2007) Gender differences and determinants of aerobic fitness in children aged 8-11 years, 99: 19-26. 6. Fairclough S., G

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Souhail Hermassi, Ridha Aouadi, Riadh Khalifa, Roland van den Tillaar, Roy J. Shephard and Mohamed Souhaiel Chelly

References Atkins SJ. Performance of the Yo-Yo Intermittent Recovery Test by elite professional and semiprofessional rugby league players. J Strength Cond Res, 2006; 20: 222-225 Bangsbo J, Iaia FM, Krustrup P. The Yo-Yo intermittent recovery test: a useful tool for evaluation of physical performance in intermittent sports. Sports Med, 2008; 38: 37-51 Bangsbo J, Lindquist F. Comparison of various exercise tests with endurance performance during soccer in professional players. Int J Sports Med, 1992; 13: 125

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Carlos-Alberto Becerra Fernandez and Rafael Merino-Marban

References 1. Chodzko-Zajko W.J., Proctor D.N., Fiatarone Singh M.A., Minson C.T., Nigg C. R., Salem G.J., Skinner J.S. (ACSM) (2009). Exercise and Physical Activity for Older Adults, Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 41(7):1510-1530. 2. Borras X., Comella A., Marín F., Comella R.R., Cirera, E. (2007) Aplicabilidad de la goniometría mediante videografía en el seguimiento de programas de flexibilidad , Biomecánica, 15 (1):28-33. 3. Kanásová J. (2008). Reducing shortened muscles in 10-12-year-old boys through a physical exercise

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Vicol Eduard Șuță, Tiberiu Tătaru, Lizia Ioana Șuță and Marinela Vasile

References 1. Dragnea A. et colab. (2006). Educaţie fizică şi sport – Teorie şi didactică , Editura Fest, Bucureşti, 121-130. 2. Winnick J. P., Short F. X. (1999). The Brockport Physical Fitness Test Manual , Human Kinetics, 70-146 3. Labăr A. V. (2008). SPSS pentru științele educației , Editura Polirom, Iași, 136-145. 4. Popa M. (2008). Statistică pentru psihologie. Teorie şi aplicaţii SPSS , Editura Polirom, Iaşi, 196-212. 5. Şerbănoiu S. (2002). Lecţia de educaţie fizică , Editura AFIR, Bucureşti, 40-46.

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Daniel López-Plaza, Fernando Alacid, José María Muyor and Pedro Ángel López-Miñarro

Georgieff, 2007 ; Mielgo-Ayuso et al., 2015 ). In most sports, the athletes’ overall status may be determined by means of general and specific field tests, since a strong correlation has been consistently reported between the fitness level and the individual performance attained ( Pyne et al., 2006 ; van Someren and Howatson, 2008 ). Traditionally, the determination of a physical profile in a given sport involves the use of predictive testing as a measure of power and strength ( Cronin and Hansen, 2005 ), speed ( Gabbett and Georgieff, 2007) , aerobic fitness ( Leone et

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Pedro Antonio Sánchez-Miguel, Francisco Miguel Leo, Diana Amado, Juan José Pulido and David Sánchez-Oliva

that test five factors: fitness (six items, such as “I feel very confident to continually exercise and maintain my fitness”), appearance (six items, such as “I am very satisfied with how I am physically”), perceived competence (five items, such as “I am very good at almost every sport”), physical strength (five items, such as “I think that I am not as good as many others when I deal with situations in which strength is required”) and self-esteem (six items, such as “I feel a little uncomfortable in places where physical exercise and sports are practiced”). Items were