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Mixture of Crushed- Stone Aggregate as Material For Substructure Layers

method of marking the indicator for material requires to conductit after four days of soaking, which simulates unfavourable conditions of water saturation. Unfortunately, the CBR test method is laborious and time consuming [ 22 ]. This article analyses the geotechnical and physical test results with particular consideration of CBR of mixtures of crushed aggregate assessed for their application in road construction as subgrade layer. An attempt was also made to find the correlation between CBR ratio and other physical properties. All aggregate tests were performed at

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Rehabilitation of Patients with Hip Joint Arthroplasty (Late Post-surgery Period – Hospital Rehabilitation)

preliminary investigation into the effects of active interferential current therapy and placebo on pressure pain sensitivity: a random crossover placebo controlled study. Physiotherapy 2011;97(4):291-301. 5. Bankov S. [Manual muscle testing.] Medicine and Sports 1991;81-91:130-5. [Bulgarian]. 6. Donatelli R, Wooden MJ. Orthopaedic physical therapy. 4th edition, St. Louis: Churchill & Livingstone; 2010:400-80. 7. Velkova D. Health and social problems of elderly people living alone in villages [dissertation]. Pleven, 2000 [Bulgarian]. 8. Ilieva E

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Physical Activity in Adolescent with Mental Retardation: Is Adapted Basketball Training Adequate Stimulus to Improve Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Sport Skills Performance?

References 1. Carmeli E, Barchad S, Lenger R, Coleman R. Muscle power, locomotor performance and flexibility in aging mentally-retarded adults with and without Down’s syndrome. J Musculoskelet Neuronal Interact 2002;2(5):457-62. http://europepmc.org/abstract/med/15758414 2. Cowley PM, Ploutz-Snyder LL, Baynard T, at al. Physical fitness predicts functional tasks in individuals with Down syndrome. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2010;42(2):388-93. http://europepmc.org/abstract/med/19927019 3. Chanias AK, Reid G, Hoover ML. Exercise effects on health

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Physical Education Students’ Knowledge of Selected Safe and Non-Recommended Exercises Strengthening the Abdominal Muscles

common movements, maneuvers and exercises. Scandinavian Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine Suppl. 1, 1-40. 14. Halpern A., Bleck E. (1997). Sit-up exercises: an electromyographic study. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research 145, 172-8. 15. Jetté M., Sidney K., Cicutti N. (1984). A critical analysis of sit-ups: A case for the partial curl-up as a test of abdominal muscular endurance. Canadian Association of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation Journal 51(1), 4-9. 16. McGill S.M. (1995). The mechanics of torso

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The Effects of Maximal Intensity Exercise on Cognitive Performance in Children

cognitive performance in children ( Davis et al., 2011 ; Hillman et al., 2014 ). Such programs typically involve daily moderate-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) of 20-60 minutes duration, sufficient to increase cardiorespiratory fitness in children. A meta-analysis of 44 studies found a positive, yet weak, correlation (a general effect size of d = 0.32) between PA and different measures of cognitive performance, such as IQ, academic achievements, math and verbal tests, and perceptual skill tests in children ( Sibley and Etnier, 2003 ). A more recent review of the

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Aerobic Capacity of Elderly Women Engaged in Controlled Physical Activity

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Physical Characteristics Of Female Basketball Players According To Playing Position

., 2008. Rule change incidence on physiological characteristics of elite basketball players: A 10-year investigation. British Journal of Sports Medicine , 42(1), 25-30. 4. DRINKWATER et al., 2008. Design and interpretation of anthropometric and fitness testing of basketball players. Sport Medicine , 38(7), 565-578. 5. ERČULJ, F. et al., 2003. Differences between playing positions in some motor ability tests of young female basketball players. In: Proceedings of 8th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science . Salzburg: University of Salzburg

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Relationship Between Performance Characteristics and the Selection Process in Youth Soccer Players

, Ribeiro B, Aroso J. Maturity-associated variation in the growth and functional capacities of youth football (soccer) players 13-15 years. Eur J Appl Physiol, 2004; 91: 555-562 Malina RM, Pena Reyes ME, Eisenmann JC, Horta L, Rodrigues J, Miller R. Height, mass and skeletal maturity of elite Portuguese soccer players aged 11-16 years. J Sports Sci, 2000; 18: 685-693 Matiegna J. The testing of physical efficiency. Am J Phys Anthropol, 1921; 4: 223-230 Rampinini E, Coutts AJ, Castagna C, Sassi R, Impellizzeri FM. Variation in

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Influence of foam rolling on the functional limitations of the musculoskeletal system in healthy women

References 1. Adamczyk J.G., D. Boguszewski, D. Białoszewski (2015) Functional assessment of male track and field runners through Functional Movement Screen test. Med. Sport., 68(4): 563-575. 2. Adamczyk J.G., I. Krasowska, D. Boguszewski, P. Reaburn (2016) The use of thermal imaging to assess the effectiveness of ice massage and cold-water immersion as methods for supporting post-exercise recovery. J. Therm. Biol., 60: 20-25. DOI: 10.1016/j.jtherbio.2016.05.006. 3. Akuthota V., A. Ferreiro, T. Moore, M

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

physical development. Every April, qualified physical education teachers perform the measurements in all primary and secondary schools, following the official measurement protocol. The SLOfit test battery includes eight motor tests (arm-plate tapping, standing long jump, polygon course backwards, sit-ups, standing reach touch, bent arm hang, 60-meter run and 600-meter run), as well as measurements of child’s height, weight and triceps skinfold thickness. Measurements are always organized in school gyms between 08:00 and 14:00. Subjects are weighed barefoot in their

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