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Effects of perinatal factors on body mass index and physical fitness of school-age children

, functional limitations, and special health care needs of school-aged children born with extremely low-birth-weight in the 1990s JAMA 2005 294 318 25 10.1001/jama.294.3.318 6 Marlow N, Wolke D, Bracewell MA, Samara M. Neurologic and developmental disability at six years of age after extremely preterm birth. N Engl J Med. 2005;352:9-19. 10.1056/NEJMoa041367 . Marlow N Wolke D Bracewell MA Samara M. Neurologic and developmental disability at six years of age after extremely preterm birth N Engl J Med. 2005 352 9 19 10.1056/NEJMoa041367 7 Litt J, Taylor HG, Klein N, Hack

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Effects of Long-term Regular Exercise on Cognitive Function, Lipid Profile and Atherogenic Biomarkers in Middle-aged Men

., Raila J., Mayer F., Schweigert F. J. Exercise increases the plasma antioxidant capacity of adolescent athletes. Ann Nutr Metab , 2008, 53:96-103 Chakravarty E. F., Hubert H. B., Lingala V. B., Fries J. F. Reduced disability and mortality among aging runners. A 21-year longitudinal study. Arch Intern Med , 2008, 168: 1638-1646 Cotman C. W., Engesser-Cesar C. Exercise enhances and protects brain function. Exerc Sport Sci Rev , 2002, 30: 75-79 Cullen P. Evidence that triglycerides are an

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The risk for falls in older people in the context of objective functional studies

adults-a path analysis model. Age and Ageing 39:99-104. Richardson JK, Hurvitz EA. 1995. Peripheral neuropathy: a true risk factor for falls. The J Geront A Biol Sci Med Sci 50:M211-M5. Rikli RE, Jones CJ. 2013. Senior Fitness Test Manual. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics. Rogers MW, Mille ML. 2003. Lateral stability and falls in older people. Exerc Sport Sci Rev 31:182-7. Ryushi T, Kumagai K, Hayase H, Abe T, Shibuya K, Ono A. 2000. Effect of resistive knee extension training on postural control measures in

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Post-surgical physical activity enhancing program for elderly patients after hip fracture: a randomized controlled trial

]; Available from: <http://archive.hshsl.umaryland.edu/handle/10713/999>. 36. McAuley E, Blissmer B. Self-efficacy determinants and consequences of physical activity. Exerc Sport Sci Rev. 2000; 28:85-8. 37. Di Monaco, M. Hip fracture in older people: A rehabilitation perspective. Eur J Phys Rehab Med. 2011; 47:253-5. 38. van de Laar KE, van der Bijl JJ. Strategies enhancing self-efficacy in diabetes education: a review. Sch Inq Nurs Pract. 2001; 15:235-48. 39. Lee LL, Arthur A, Avis M. Evaluating a community

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Effects of top rope climbing therapy on joint health in adult haemophilia patients with severe arthropathies

References 1. Gomis M, Querol F, Gallach JE, Gonzalez LM, Aznar JA. Exercise and sport in the treatment of haemophilic patients: a systematic review. Haemophilia 2009; 15: 43-54. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2516.2008.01867.x. 2. Srivastava A, Brewer AK, Mauser-Bunschoten EP, et al.; Treatment Guidelines Working Grup on Behalf of the World Federation of Hemophilia. Guidelines for the management of hemophilia. Haemophilia 2013; 19: e1-47. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2516.2012.02909.x. 3. Strike K, Mulder K, Michael R. Exercise

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The Effects of a Yoga Intervention on Balance, Speed and Endurance of Walking, Fatigue and Quality of Life in People with Multiple Sclerosis

References Berg K. O., Maki B. E., Williams J. Clinical and laboratory measures of postural balance in an elderly population. Archives of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 1992; 73: 1073-1089. Berger B., Owen D. Stress reduction and mood enhancement in four exercise modes: swimming, body conditioning, Hatha yoga, and fencing. Res Q Exerc Sport 1988; 59: 148-159. Béthoux F. Fatigue and multiple sclerosis. Annales de réadaptation et de médecine physique 2006; 49: 355

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Do Strike Patterns or Shoe Conditions Have a Predominant Influence on Foot Loading?

lower extremity injury within the previous 6 months and no vigorous exercise within 24 hours before the experiment. Before the start of the study, participants were familiarized with the experimental protocol and potential risks. Informed written consent was obtained from each participant and approved by the Institutional Review Board of the Shanghai University of Sport. Instrumentation Two 90 × 60 × 10 cm 3D force plates (9287B, Kistler Corporation, Switzerland) embedded in the laboratory floor were used to register the ground reaction force (GRF) data at 1200 Hz

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Plantar Pressure Differences Between Nordic Walking Techniques

: H1: Increases in walking speed will lead to greater plantar pressure. H2: NW will reduce the plantar pressure compared to W. H3: The mechanical differences between NW techniques (Alpha, Diagonal) will lead to different plantar pressure distribution. Material and Methods Participants Twenty-seven physically active sport science students were randomly assigned to one of the training groups: Alpha Technique (AT, n = 15, age = 20.4 ± 1.6 years; body mass = 75.5 ± 10.2 kg; body height = 179.1 ± 8.8 cm) or Diagonal Technique (DT, n = 12, age = 19.3 ± 0

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The Positive Effects of a Combined Program of Creative Dance and BrainDance on Health-Related Ouality of Life as Perceived by Primary School Students

for older adults. In C.J. Jones & D.J. Rose (Eds.), Physical Activity: Instruction of Older Adults. (pp. 23-36). New Zealand: Human Kinetics. Cummins, R.A. (2005). Moving from the quality of life concept to a theory. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 49(10), 699-706. Dalkey, N.C. & Rourke, D.L. (1973). The Delphi procedure and rating quality of life factors. In EPA, The Quality of Life Concept. Washington, DC: Environmental Protection Agency. Davis, J. (1995). Laban Movement Analysis: A key to

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Bioelectrical Activity of Vastus Medialis and Rectus Femoris Muscles in Recreational Runners with Anterior Knee Pain

5.7-year retrospective follow-up study of 250 athletes. Acta Orthop. Belg 1998; 64: 393-400 Blønd L Hansen L Patellofemoral pain syndrome in athletes: a 5.7-year retrospective follow-up study of 250 athletes Acta Orthop. Belg 1998 64 393 400 Bolgla L, Malone T. Exercise Prescription and Patellofemoral Pain: Evidence for Rehabilitation. J. Sport Rehabil 2005; 14: 72-88 10.1123/jsr.14.1.72 Bolgla L Malone T Exercise Prescription and Patellofemoral Pain: Evidence for Rehabilitation J. Sport Rehabil 2005 14 72 88 Callaghan

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