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Developing Expertise in Sport Coaching Through Engagement with Disability Programmes

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Self-Esteem in People with Physical Disabilities: Differences between Active and Inactive Individuals

domains between active and inactive individuals. In: Physical Activity Review. 4(4): 62-71. 24. NEMČEK, D., 2016(c). Quality of life of people with disabilities from sport participation point of view. In: Acta Facultatis Educationis Physicae Universitatis Comenianae. 56(2): 77-92. 25. NEMČEK, D., 2016(d). Life satisfaction of people with disabilities: a comparison between active and sedentary individuals. In: Journal of Physical Education and Sport. 16(2): 1084-1088. 26. NEMČEK, D., J. LABUDOVÁ, T. JAVANAINEN-LEVONEN, & J

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Quality of Life of People with Disabilities from Sport Participation Point of View

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Gait Training in Orthopedic Rehabilitation after Joint Replacement - Back to Normal Gait with Sonification?

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The Impact of Sport on the Overall Standard of Satisfaction of Students with Physical Disabilities

types and subjective well being. Social Behavior and Personality: An International Journal. 32: 173‐182. 13. Þotvarðardóttir, E., 2014. Adolescents with Physical Disabilities and Their Wellbeing and Peer Relationships Within Secondary Schools in Iceland

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The effects of extracurricular physical education classes on gross motor development in primary school children – pilot study

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Are there correlations between attention, physical endurance and anthropometric parameters of athletes?

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Determination of musculoskeletal system pain, physical activity intensity, and prolonged sitting of university students using smartphone

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Conditions for preparations for the 2008 Beijing Paralympic Games in the opinion of the Polish national team

References Burkett B. J., R. B. Mellifont (2008) Sport science and coaching in Paralympic cycling. Int. J. Sports Sci. Coach. 3:95-103. Coaching Association of Canada (2005) Stages coaches may go through when working for the first time with an athlete with a disability. In: Coaching Athletes with a Disability. Investors Group, Canada, pp. 4-6. DePauw K. P., S. J. Gavron (2005) Disability Sport. Human Kinetics Publishers, Champaign IL. Hanrahan S. (2005

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Characteristics of Physical Training of Persons with Visual Impairment - From Instruction and Workout to Training and Competition

BIBLIOGRAPHY 1. Aleksandra Grbovic and Bojan Jorgic “Motor abilities of children with different levels of visual acuity”, Facta Universitatis, Series: Physical Education and Sport , 15 (1) (2017): 175-184. 2. Deborah Chen, ed. Essential elements in early intervention . Visual impairment and multiple disabilities, New York (NY): AFB Press, 2014 3. Goran Kasum: Sports of disabled persons . Belgrade: Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, 2015 4. Jeanette Kallstrand-Eriksson, Amir Baigi, Nina Buer, Cathrine Hilding “Perceived vision

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