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the positive effects last up to 6 months following the program ( Egan et al., 2012 ; Gottlieb et al., 2011 ; Román et al., 2013 ; Verril et al., 2005 ). In the literature, reports regarding the potential application of new technologies in the therapeutic process, including virtual reality (VR), may be found. VR is based on the application of computer programs which record movement patterns using a three‐dimensional camera or sensors placed on the body during exercise, followed by the transfer of the data to a computer‐ generated environment. The majority of

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