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Relationships Between Anaerobic Performance, Field Tests and Game Performance of Sitting Volleyball Players

Jadczak Ł, Kosmol A, Wieczorek A, Śliwkowski R. Motor Fitness And Coordination Abilities vs. Effectiveness of Play in Sitting Volleyball. Antropomotoryka, 2010; 49: 57-67 Jadczak Ł, Śliwkowski R, Wieczorek A, Wieczorek J. The Degree of Disability and the Level of Physical Fitness and Co-Ordination Abilities of Sitting Volleyball Players. Med Sport, 2009; 6(6) 25: 377-385 Lode. Operator manual Wingate software. Groningen, the Netherlands; 1998 Molik B, Kosmol A, Skucas K. Sport – specific and general sporting physical fitness of sitting volleyball

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Game Performance Evaluation in Male Goalball Players

of Disability and Anthropometric Parameters. Clin J Sport Med, 2012; 22: 65-69 Morgulec-Adamowicz N, Kosmol A, Bogdan M, Molik B, Rutkowska I, Bednarczuk G. Game efficiency of wheelchair rugby athletes at the 2008 Paralympic Games with regard to player classification. Hum Movement, 2010; 11: 29-36 Pilianidis T, Christodoulos A, Douda H, Anastos A, Tokmakidis PS. Heart rate responses and blood lactate concentration of goalball players during the game. 10 th Annual Congress of the European College of Sport Science, July 13-16, Belgrad-Serbia. Book

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Cyborgsportpersons: Between Disability and Enhancement

, S.D. (2008). Should Oscar Pistorius Be Excluded From the 2008 Olympic Games? Sports Ethics and Philosophy , 2(2), 112-125. Fukuyama, F. (2002). Our Posthuman Future: Consequences of the Biotechnologicaly Revolution . London: Profile Books. Greely, H. T. (2004). Disabilities, Enhancements, and the Meanings of Sports. Stan L & Pol'y Rev , 15, 99-155. Hoberman, J. (1992). Mortal Engines. The Science of Performance and the Dehumanization of Sport . New York: The Free Press. King, M. (2011). A league

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Sport for All Frail Bodies

Regulatives 2010. Copenhagen: Statens Byggeforskningsinstitut. Hansen, J. (2015). The Origin of the Term Handicap in Games and Sports - History of a Concept. Physical Culture and Sport. Studies and Research, 65, 7-13. DOI: 10.1515/pcssr -2015-0006. Imrie, R. (2012). Universalism, universal design and equitable access to the built environment. Disability & Rehabilitation, 34(10), 873-882. International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity (IFAPA: 2004). By Laws. Retrieved March 2, 2015, from http

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The Contribution of Sport as a Means of Inclusion in Discussions of Sustainable Development for Visually Disabled People

agenda . Retrieved September 15, 2001, from http://www.un.org/disabilities/default.asp?id=358/ Urzanqui, A. (1995). Psimotricidad, deficiencia visualy y deporte. /Psicomotricity, visual disability and sport/. Revista Blind Sport International , 9, 52-98. Vieira, C. S. (1998). Influěncia da Prática do Judô no Comportamento Ansioso de Adolescentes Deficientes . /Influence of the Practice of Judo on Anxious Behavior of Adolescents with Disabilities/. Unpublished master's thesis. Rio de Janeiro: Rio de Janeiro State

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Disabled People in Play.Toward an Existential and Differential Phenomenology of Moving with Dis-Ease

References Ahler, M. (2013). Lars Legemester & Handileg /Lars master of the game and play with disabled people/. Odense, Denmark: Center for Handicap og Bevægelsesfremme. Aggerholm, K., & Jespersen, E. (2013, September 6). Life on Mount Obstacle: Dis-ease of existence as condition and possibility. Paper presented at the 41st Annual Conference of the International Association for the Philosophy of Sport (IAPS), Fullerton, California. Bakhtin, M. (1968). Rabelais and his world. Cambridge, MA: MIT

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Neuromuscular Control During the Bench Press Movement in an Elite Disabled and Able-Bodied Athlete

people with locomotor system dysfunctions, equalizing their occupational and sporting opportunities with these of the healthy population ( DeJong et al., 1991 ). Recently the disabled population has attracted much attention of researchers from different fields of science ( Franceschini et al., 2012 ). The locomotor disability leads to a number of posttraumatic problems, both early and delayed, which stimulate the search for new methods of improving the life of disabled subjects. Sport and physical activity are widely accepted as necessary components of health. One of

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Effect of Virtual Reality‐Based Rehabilitation on Physical Fitness in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

available range of rehabilitation programs for people with disabilities. The use of virtual reality in rehabilitation has also become one of the new challenges for physiotherapists and software developers, whose task is to develop rehabilitation programs for patients with various conditions and dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal system. VR technologies have been explored as a possible adjunct to physical rehabilitation programs ( Bonnechère et al., 2016 ; Jastrzębski et al., 2018 ; Kiper et al., 2018 ). The use of VR in the analysis of breathing mechanics has been

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Challenge of Sport Towards Social Inclusion and Awareness-Raising Against Any Discrimination

References B Almeida, J. (2011). O Capital Social. Lisboa: INCM. Arnold, P.J. (1998). Sport, Ethics and Education (2). London: Cassel. Bourdieu, P. (1979). La Distinction Critique Sociale du Jugement. Paris: Les Éditions de Minuit. Bourdieu, P. (1980). Le capital social: notes provisoires. Actes de la Recherche en Sciences Sociales, 31, 2-3. Bourdieu, P. (1985). The forms of capital. In J.G. Richardson (org.), Handbook of Theory and Research for the Sociology of Education (pp. 241

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Global Initiative of the Special Olympics Movement for People with Intellectual Disabilities

, 2008; 52(Pt 6): 520-528 Janusiewicz-Kunder M, Strzałkowska M, Krogulec M. Organization of Special Olympics sport competitions. Warszawa, training materials of the Special Olympics Poland; 1999 Marchewka A. Special Olympics and sport and recreation activities as a measure for adaptation and social integration of people with more profound intellectual disability In: Sport in rehabilitation of disabilities. Red. J. Ślężyński. PSON, Kraków; 1999 Marchewka A. Special Olympics as a measure affecting motor abilities of people

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