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Andrzej Klusiewicz, łukasz Zubik, Barbara Długołęcka and Małgorzata Charmas

References 1. Sheel A.W. (2002). Respiratory muscle training in healthy individuals. Physiological rationale and implications for exercise performance. Sports Medicine 32, 567-581. 2. Klusiewicz A. (2008). Characteristics of the inspiratory muscle strength in well trained athletes. Biology of Sport 25, 13-22. 3. Klusiewicz A., Borkowski L., Zdanowicz R., Boros P., Weso-łowski S. (2008). Inspiratory muscle training in elite rowers. Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 48, 279-284. 4. Ozkaplan A., Rhodes E.C. (2004). Exercise induced

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Sandro Souza, Rodrigo Vale, Adriana Kauffmann, Nelson Pacobahyba, Humberto Miranda, Rover Lima and Estélio Dantas

(2005) Periodization essentials and innovations in resistance training protocols. Strength Cond. J. 27:80-85. Brownlee K. K., A. W. Moore, A. C. Hackney (2005) Relationship between circulating cortisol and testosterone: influence of physical exercise. J. Sports Sci. Med. 4:76-83. Cadore E. L., M. A. Brentano, F. L. R. Lhullier, L. F. M. Kruel (2008) Fatores relacionados com as respostas da testosterona e do cortisol ao treinamento de força. Rev. Bras. Med. Esporte 14:74-78. Caruso J. F

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Kateryna Skyba

References 1. Casey, J. (2009). Interdisciplinary Approach - Advantages, Disadvantages, and the Future Benefits of Interdisciplinary Studies. ESSA1, Volume 7, Article 26. Retrieved 15.08.2015 from : <http://dc.cod.edufessai/vol7/iss1/26 2. Gile, D. (2009). Basic Concepts and Models for Interpreter and Translator training. Amsterdam, Philadelphia : John Benjamins, 283 p. 3. Kelly, D. (2005). A Handbook for Translator Trainers. A Guide to Reflective Practice. Manchester : St Jerome Pub, 173 p. 4

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Michal Wilk, Michal Krzysztofik, Mariola Gepfert, Stanislaw Poprzecki, Artur Gołaś and Adam Maszczyk

Introduction The American College of Sports Medicine recommends using external loads of at least 70% 1RM in resistance training in order to develop muscular strength. With regard to muscle hypertrophy, the literature shows a much wider range of training options. Some studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of both low (LL) and high (HL) values of the external load. Other studies have shown a substantial advantage of HL over LL exercise protocols in the effectiveness of muscle hypertrophy. It should be noted that in case of conventional resistance training

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Vesna Bulatović

: Multilingual Matters, pp. 243-265. Laursen, Anne Lise & Ismael Arinas Pellon. 2012. “Text Corpora in Translator Training. A Case Study of the Use of Comparable Corpora in Classroom Teaching” in The Interpreter and Translator Training 6(1): 45-70. Laviosa, Sara. 1998. “The Corpus-based Approach: A New Paradigm in Translation Studies” in Meta, XLIII, 4: 1-6. Nebot, Monzó Esther. 2008. “Corpus-based Activities in Legal English Translator Training” in The Interpreter and Translator Trainer 2:2: 221-252. Zanettin

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Rafal Hebisz, Paulina Hebisz, Jacek Borkowski and Marek Zatoń

Introduction In recent years, there has been a great deal of research on the effects of all-out interval training (AIT) and high-intensity interval training (HIT). All-out interval training, based on glycolytic activity, consists of on repetitions of maximal intensity exercise, usually performed for about 45 s and interspaced with rest periods lasting from 30 s to 4 min ( Billat, 2001 ; Tabata et al., 1997 ; Tschakert and Hofmann, 2013) . Extending the recovery period may improve phosphocreatine resynthesis, allowing for increased power at the beginning

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James D. Turner, Michael J. Mazzoleni, Jared A. Little, Dane Sequeira and Brian P. Mann

References 1. Allen H., A. Coggan (2010) Training and Racing With a Power Meter. VeloPress. 2. Asteroth A., A. Hagg (2015) How to successfully apply genetic algorithms in practice: Representation and parametrization. 2015 International Symposium on Innovations in Intelligent Systems and Applications (INISTA). DOI: 10.1109/INISTA.2015.7276778. 3. Banister E.W., T.W. Calvert, M.V. Savage, T.M. Bach (1975) A systems model of training for athletic performance. Aust. J. Sports Med., 7: 57-61. 4. Busso

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Felipe José Aidar, Dihogo Gama de Matos, Ricardo Jacó de Oliveira, André Luiz Carneiro, Breno Guilherme de Araújo Tinôco Cabral, Paulo Moreira Silva Dantas and Victor Machado Reis

References Aidar FJ, de Oliveira RJ, Silva AJ, de Matos DG, Carneiro AL, Garrido N, Hickner R, Reis VM. The influence of the level of physical activity and human development in the quality of life in survivors of stroke. Health Quality of life outcomes, 2011; 3(9): 89 Aidar FJ, de Oliveira RJ, Silva AJ, de Matos DG, Mazini Filho ML, Hickner RC, Machado Reis V. The influence of resistance exercise training on the levels of anxiety in ischemic stroke. Stroke Res Treatment, 2012; 5: 3 Aidar FJ, Silva AJ, Reis VM

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Marcin Maciejczyk, Grzegorz Sudoł and Zbigniew Szyguła

References 1. Loffredo B.M., Glazer J.L., The ergogenics of hypoxia training in athletes . Curr Sports Med Rep , 2006, 5 (4), 203- 209, doi: 10.1097/01/CSMR.0000306508.63482.f8. 2. Richalet J.P., Gore C.J., Live and/or sleep high: train low, using normobaric hypoxia. Scand J Med Sci Sports , 2008, 18, Suppl. 1, 29-37, doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0838.2008.00830.x. 3. Bärtsch P., Dehnert C., Friedmann-Bette B., Tadibi V., Intermittent hypoxia at rest for improvement of athletic performance. Scand J Med Sci

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Bojana Maric

References 1. Stanković, M., & Radovanović, D. (2012). Oxidative stress and physical activity. SportLogia, 8(1), 1-10. 2. Pešić, S., Jakovljević, V., Čubrilo, D., Živković, V., Jorga, V., Mujović, V., & Stojimirović, B. (2009). Evaluation of the oxidative status of top athletes-karateists in the training process. Vojnosanitetski Pregled, 66(7), 551-555. 3. Powers, S. K., & Jackson, M. J. (2008). Exercise-induced oxidative stress: cellular mechanisms and impact on muscle force production. Physiological reviews