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Maximizing the Functional Performance Outcomes of Patients Undergoing Rehabilitation by Maximizing their Overall Health and Wellbeing

composition and attributes) ( McArdle et al., 2015 ; Prentice, 2016 ). Such a collaborative approach has become standard practice for athletes aiming to excel in their sports irrespective of the level (physical activity and sports programs for school children and youth, university athletics, amateur sport, as well as high level competition such as the Olympic Games). Despite unequivocal and compelling evidence, this overall health-focused paradigm has only weakly been transferred to the needs of patients participating in rehabilitation programs. Comparable to athletes

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Evaluation of Recovery of Activities of Daily Living in Patients with Sequelae from Cerebral Vascular Disease

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An Exploration of Some Antecedents and Consequences of Creative Self-Efficacy: The Role of Achievement Goals, Enjoyment and Divergent Thinking

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Differences in selected coordinaton abilities between pupils with communication ability disorder and able-bodied pupils

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Evaluation of a Campus Service Quality Recreational Scale

quality performance? Journal of Service Research, 10 (1): 22-42. Denison, C.B. (2013) Perceptions of dimensions of service quality and recreational benefits in collegiate recreational sports programs, Doctoral Dissertation. University of Northern Iowa: Uni Scholar Works. Dhurup, M. (2014) Revisiting the salient dimensions of service quality in commercial health and fitness centres in South Africa: sport marketing. AJPHERD, 2 (20): 381-393. Edginton, C.R., Hudson, S.D., Dieser, R.B. & Edginton, S.R. (2004) Leisure programming: a service-centered and

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The Functional Classification and Field Test Performance in Wheelchair Basketball Players

anaerobic performance of wheelchair basketball athletes. Res Q Exer Sport , 2010a; 81: 69-73 Molik B, Kosmol A, Laskin JJ, Morgulec-Adamowicz N, Skucas K, Dabrowska A, Ergun N. Wheelchair basketball skill tests: differences between athletes’ functional classification level and disability type. Fizyoterapi Rehabilitasyon , 2010b; 21: 11-19 Morgulec-Adamowicz N, Kosmol A, Molik B, Yilla AB, Laskin JJ. Aerobic, anaerobic, and skill performance with regard to classification in wheelchair rugby athletes. Res Q Exer Sport , 2011; 82: 61-69 Sassi RH

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The connection between exertion and the prevalence of low back pain among hospital staff

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Performance and Kinematic Differences in Putting Between Healthy and Disabled Elite Golfers

possible the hole. Putting has been considered the ability which determines the amount of prizes on professional tours (PGA Tour et al) ( Alexander and Kern, 2005 ). Sports performance in subjects with disability is influenced by the range of deteriorated movements and body functions, which influence the range of swing motion and other variables, e.g. the information about the weight distribution (weight-shift) between the limbs ( Gerych et al., 2013 ; Jelen et al., 2005 ), which causes the differences in golf swings ( Stastny et al., 2015 ). The golf literature gives

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Relations of weight status and physical fitness of children in Slovenia

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Evaluation of some physical fitness characteristics at age 11 to 13

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