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Application of Virtual Reality in Competitive Athletes – A Review

‐risk occupational groups such as medical doctors, pilots and flight‐crew or even in mining industry. Thus, we would like to stress that there is still a huge, unexploited potential in the area of VR training among athletes. Only Tornese et al. (2011) introduced a VR training programme for figure skaters to improve their balance skills. Athletes underwent one training session for about 12‐15 min a day for a total of 20 days involving the one‐leg stance on an unstable platform with a cylindrically curved base. The proposed intervention brings significant modifications in

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Comparative Leisure Physical Activity: A Comparison Between Polish and European Population

References Biernat, E. (2011). Aktywność fizyczna mieszkańców Warszawy na przykładzie wybranych grup zawodowych /Physical activity of Warsaw’s population, based on selected occupational groups/. Warszawa: Szkoła Główna Handlowa, Urząd m. st. Warszawy. Biuro Sportu i Rekreacji. Biernat, E. (2013). International Physical Activity Questionnaire - Polish long version. Polish Journal of Sports Medicine , 29(1), 1-15. Biernat, E., Stupnicki, R., Gajewski, A.K. (2007). Międzynarodowy Kwestionariusz

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Quality Perception of the 2012 World Indoor Athletics Championships

service quality aimed at occupational groups ( Landrum et al., 2010 ). In the study of Ko and Pastore (2007) in which 82% of the sample group consisted of students, and which concentrated on the service quality as well as customer satisfaction of campus recreation programmes, it was determined that participants had a high average concerning the general service quality. The authors of that study stated that while the dimension of result had the highest average, the dimension of physical environment quality had the lowest average. The high average of students concerning

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