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The Involvement of Budapest Residents with Visual Impairments in Leisure Sports: Barriers and Facilitators

.X., & Laferrere, B. (2005). Physical disability and obesity. Nutrition Reviews , 63, 321-331. Osváth, P., & Ramocsa, G. (2006). A sport hatása a vakok életminőségére Magyarországon /The effect of sport on blind people’s quality of life in Hungary/. Kalokagathia , 1-2, 170-175. Osváth, P., Kälbli, K., & Ramocsa, G. (2007). Attitudes of students in sport education to the sport activity of blind people in Hungary and possible reasons for them . Retrieved October 6, 2012, from Perlusz, A. (2008

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Evaluation of the Effects of Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation of The Lower Limbs Combined with Pulmonary Rehabilitation on Exercise Tolerance in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

activities, thus reducing the patient’s self-support. Therefore, COPD is not only a medical issue, but also a social challenge to the patient due to factors such as decreased quality of life, disablement and social isolation. Moreover, exacerbation of COPD symptoms leads to hospitalization of the patients and thus, demands greater funds to support treatment ( Decramer, 2015 ). Currently, COPD is perceived not only as a pulmonary disease, but more as a systemic disease affecting functioning of other organs, including locomotor system. Impaired functioning of skeletal

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An update on osteoporosis

fracture in the year following a fracture. Jama. 2001; 285(3):320-323. 5. Cooper C. The crippling consequences of fractures and their impact on quality of life. The American Journal of Medicine. 1997; 103(2):S12-S19. 6. Cauley JA, Thompson DE, Ensrud KC, Scott JC, Black D. Risk of mortality following clinical fractures. Osteoporosis International. 2000; 11(7):556-561. 7. Sinescu RD, Niculae A, Peride I, Vasilescu F, Bratu OG, Mischianu DL, Checheriţă IA. Uterus neuroendocrine tumor–a severe prognostic factor in a female patient with alcoholic cirrhosis

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Hand Grip Strength Vs. Sprint Effectiveness in Amputee Soccer Players

, 1996; 29(11): 1473-1482 Visnapuu M, Jürimäe T. Handgrip strength and hand dimensions in young handball and basketball players. J Strength Cond Res , 2007; 21(3): 923-929 Yanci J, Granados C, Otero M, Badiola A, Olasagasti J, Bidaurrazaga-Letona I, Iturricastillo A, Gil SM. Sprint, agility, strength and endurance capacity in wheelchair basketball players. Biol Sport , 2015; 32(1): 71-78 Yazicioglu K, Taskaynatan MA, Guzelkucuk U, Tugcu I. Effect of playing football (soccer) on balance, strength, and quality of life in unilateral below-knee amputees

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Attitudes of Iranian Male University Students Toward Sport and Exercise with Reference to Age, Educational Level, and Field of Study

mortabet ba salamat daneshjoyan daneshgah olom pezeshki Ilam dar sal 1384/A study of the quality of students' life in the university of medical sciences of Ilam in 2005/. Toloue Behdasht, 6(2), 31-8. Matthys, J.M., Lantz, C.D. (1998). The effects of different activity modes on attitudes toward physical activity. Iowa Association of Health Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Journal, 31(2), 24-26. Mirsafian, H. (2014). Constraints to participation in physical activity and sport: a comparative study between Hungarian and Iranian Students. Doctoral

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Quality Versus Quantity Debate in Swimming: Perceptions and Training Practices of Expert Swimming Coaches

the swimming community, this has been referred to as the debate over “Quality vs Quantity” ( Maglischo, 2003 ; Salo and Riewald, 2008 ). On the quality side of the debate, there is the suggestion that swimmers can reduce training mileage with no loss of endurance capacity if they perform their swimming intervals at faster speeds, whereas the quantity or HVT side suggests that more swimming mileage will produce greater endurance capacity and thus faster swimming times. A recently published systematic review by Nugent et al. (2016) investigated the effects of low

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The Effect of Aquatic Intervention on the Gross Motor Function and Aquatic Skills in Children with Cerebral Palsy

, 2004; 2(1): 45-59 Declerck M. Effect of aquatic intervention on the gross motor function and quality of life of children with cerebral palsy. [master thesis]. Leuven: Catholic University of Leuven, Faculty of Kinesiology and Rehabilitation Sciences, 2010 Dimitrijević L, Stanković I, Živković V, Mikov A, Čolović H, Janković I. Botulinum toxin type A for the treatment of spasticity in children with cerebral palsy. Vojnosanitetski pregled, 2007; 64(8): 513-518 Dorval G, Tetreault S, Caron C

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Recreational Exercise Motives of Adolescents and Young Adults

of personality and motivation on exercise participation and quality of life. Soc Behav Personal , 2007. 35: 1189-1210. Iso-Ahola S.E. & St.Clair B. Toward a theory of exercise motivation. Quest , 2000. 52: 131-147. Kilpatrick M., Hebert E., & Bartholomew J. College students' motivation for physical activity: differentiating men's and women's motives for sport participation and exercise. J Am Coll Health , 2005. 54: 87-94. Kimiecik J. The Intrinsic Exerciser: Discovering the joy of

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Evaluation of Lipid Metabolism and Nutritional Status in Male Goalball Players

. Lancet, 2002; 360: 7-22 Holbrook E, Caputo J, Perry T, Fuller D, Morgan D. Physical activity, body composition, and perceived quality of life of adults with visual impairment. Visual Impair Blin , 2009; 1: 17-29 Janssen I, Heymsfield S, Allison D, Kotler D, Ross R. Body mass index and waist circumference independently contribute to the prediction of nonabdominal, abdominal subcutaneous, and visceral fat. Am. J. Clin. Nutr , 2002; 75: 683–688 Jones GC, Crews JE, Danielson ML. Health risk profile for older adults with blindness: an application of the

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The El Dorado of Handball? Foreign Female Players Stay, while Domestic Players Return from Abroad

to research of Doupona Topič and Bon (2008) , the number of international transfers in men’s and women’s handball doubled in only three years (1999-2002) and in the next two years it further increased by more than 10%. The number of transfers thus increased from 3.579 in 1999 to 8.597 in 2004. In general, there is a large migration tendency in handball from Eastern and Southern Europe to Central and Northern Europe, where the organizational quality of the discipline is at a higher level. The migration of Danish female handball players is an interesting example