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Physical Culture and Sport. Studies and Research
The Journal of Josef Pilsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw
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Journal of Human Kinetics
The Journal of Academy of Physical Education in Katowice
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Isokinetic Strength of Rotators, Flexors and Hip Extensors is Strongly Related to Front Kick Dynamics in Military Professionals

.g., Hip flex , Hip ext , knee extensors and abductors have been found to be important during front kicking ( Busko, 2016 ; Jung et al., 2017 ), where different combat sport athletes showed similar peak Hip flex and Hip ext moment values ( Busko, 2016 ). Although the front kick primarily comprises fast muscle action, no study has focused on whether maximum, explosive or speed strength determines the IF peak in a front kick. This may be done by isokinetic measurement at different speeds and types of contraction ( Stastny et al., 2018 ), where low, medium and high

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A Preliminary Analysis of Relationships between a 1RM Hexagonal Bar Load and Peak Power with the Tactical Task of a Body Drag

and system during the deadlift J Sports Sci Med 2014 13 511 515 Cohen J. Statistical power analysis for the behavioral sciences (2nd ed.). Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates; 1988 Cohen J Statistical power analysis for the behavioral sciences (2nd ed.) Hillsdale, New Jersey Lawrence Earlbaum Associates 1988 Dawes JJ, Lindsay K, Bero J, Elder C, Kornhauser C, Holmes R. Physical fitness characteristics of high vs. low performers on an occupationally specific physical agility test for patrol officers. J Strength Cond Res

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Biomechanical Analysis of Successful and Unsuccessful Snatch Lifts in Elite Female Weightlifters

as well as the athlete’s body movements were studied through 3-dimentional kinematic analysis. Participants The study sample consisted of 14 female weightlifters ( Table 1 ) competing during the 2013 World Weightlifting Championships. All of the participants provided informed consent approved by the Józef Pilsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw ethics committee. The official permissions for video recordings were provided by the Polish Weightlifting Federation and the International Weightlifting Federation. Twenty-eight attempts were analyzed (14

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The Determinants of Polish Society’s Participation in Sport and the Directions of Change

., Passeron, J.C. (2010). Reprodukcja. Elementy teorii systemu nauczania /Reproduction in Education, Society and Culture/. Warszawa: PWN. CBOS. (2008). Wypoczynek poza miejscem zamieszkania /Holiday Trips/. BS/177/2008. CBOS. (2010). Zainteresowanie sportami zimowymi w Polsce /Interest in Winter Sports in Poland/. BS/13/2010. CBOS. (2010). Czas wolny Polaków /Free Time in Poland/. BS/133/2010. CBOS. (2012). Polacy o swoim zdrowiu oraz prozdrowotnych zachowaniach i aktywnościach /Poles on Their Health and Pro

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A Foucauldian Analysis on Discourse in Primary School Physical Education Classes in Singapore

REFERENCES Biddle, S.J., & Asare, M. (2011). Physical activity and mental health in children and adolescents: a review of reviews. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 45 (11), 886-895. Doi: 10.1136/886 bjsports-2011-090185 Camiré, M., & Trudel, P. (2010). High school athletes’ perspectives on character development through sport participation. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 15 (2), 193-207. Doi: 10.1080/17408980902877617 Chow, J.Y., & Atencio, M. (2014). Complex and nonlinear pedagogy and the implications for physical education. Sport

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Academic Rigor and Dedication to Competitive Sport in Young People 12-18 Years: Major Social Issues

Academic Rigor and Dedication to Competitive Sport in Young People 12-18 Years: Major Social Issues

Quantitative study with the aim of linking the academic performance of students who are high-level athletes in Catalonia (Spain) and who do not have any institutional support (high-performance centre, reduction of subjects, etc.) or belong to any educational institution with adapted curriculum (90-95% of households), compared to sedentary students who play sports only occasionally.

The study divided students into two groups by age: 12, 14, 16 and 18 years old (secondary school). The general group (GG) was made up of students who did sports at school, did not participate in major competitions, and the weekly training requirement did not exceed 3 hours (N = 262). The group of athletes (AG) is made up of students who at least competed for the Championship of Catalonia (swimming and basketball) and the weekly training requirement exceeded 4.30 in younger students (N = 212). The questionnaires were constructed in order to gather academic information, highlighting the grades of the subjects for the second evaluation of the 2008-09 academic year and full-time sports data for training (day session, hours, competition) and schooling (public or private).

We found a significant correlation (0.99) in comparing the evolution of differences between the grades of the groups. Supporting an extraordinary demand for training, and increasing with age, student athletes have better academic performance throughout secondary education. However, this trend is broken in high school, coinciding with the highest dedication to training.

Two other important considerations are highlighted in the study: first, the GG presented inactivity levels which increase linearly with age and this is more prominent in females, and secondly, the enrolment of the school is basically AD private state-assisted and not public system, which can make us think about whether the family ideology also influences the sports options for children.

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The Effects of Finish Sauna on Hemodynamics of the Circulatory System in Men and Women

The Effects of Finish Sauna on Hemodynamics of the Circulatory System in Men and Women

Finnish sauna is one of the most popular among all the saunas types and as a result is the most commonly used. Bath in the Finnish sauna is a combination of heating with a warm and dry air and the short influence of high humidity and cooling with cold water and air. The article aims to identify pulse and blood pressure in the conditions of thermal heating in the sauna among women and men between the age of 20-25. Hypothetically sauna has a great influence on the basic hemodynamic parameters such as pulse and blood pressure. There were 127 healthy, young women and 74 men, students at the University of Physical Education in Wroclaw taking part in the experiment. Average age of the volunteers was 21.5 and 21.7.

The results indicate that a bath in the Finnish sauna leads to a significant increase of the pulse among men and women. Concurrently the results show a considerable decrease in diastolic pressure, with the systolic pressure remaining at almost the same level. It can be concluded that a bath in a Finnish sauna positively influences the hemodynamics of blood pressure and pulse. A series of bathes in the Finnish sauna leads to a considerable decrease of the systolic and diastolic pressure and an increase of the pulse among male and female volunteers.

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Anaerobic and aerobic performance of elite female and male snowboarders

-550 Bouchard C, Taylor AW, Simoneau J. Testing anaerobic power and capacity. In: Physiological testing of high-performance athletes. Eds MacDougall JD, Wenger HA.; Champaign III: Human Kinetics; 1991 Carey DG, Richardson MT. Can aerobic and anaerobic power be measured in 60-second maximal test? J Sports Sci Med , 2003; 2: 151-157 Carter SL, Rnni CD, Hamilton SJ. Changes in skeletal muscle in males and females following endurance training. Canad J Pysiol Pharm , 2001; 79: 386-392 Chimera NJ, Swanikt AK, Swanikt BC. Effects of

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