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References 1. Schilder P. The image and appearance of the human body. New York International Universities Press, za: Brytek-Matera A., Charzyńska E. Związek pomiędzy niezadowoleniem z ciała i zmiennymi psychospołecznymi współwystępującymi z zaburzeniami odżywiania. Roczniki Psychologiczne, 2009; XII (2): 129-150. 2. Stewart, T.M, Williamson, D.A. Assessment of body image disturbance. W: Thompson J.K. red., Handbook of eating disorders and obesity. New York; Wiley: 2003: 495-514. za: Stetkiewicz-Lewandowicz A., Marciniak M., Sobów T. Wizerunek ciała w opinii

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References Andersen A.E., L.Didomenico (1992) Diet vs. shape content of popular male and female magazines: A dose-response relationship to the incidence of eating disorders? Int.J.Eat.Disorders, 11:283-287. Ata R., A.Ludden, M.Lally (2007) The effects of gender and family, friend, and media influences on eating behaviors and body image during adolescence. J.Youth Adolesc., 36:1024-1037. Ball G.D., J.D.Marshall, L.J.McCargar (2005) Physical activity, aerobic fitness, self-perception, and dietary intake in at risk of overweight and normal weight children. Can

position to minimise the contribution of other untargeted musculature and the momentum which may be generated by the individual’s body weight ( McLester et al., 2004 ; Reiser et al., 2002 ). While the upper and lower body 30 s WAnTs have been extensively researched within the current literature ( Beneke et al., 2002 ; Lovell et al., 2013 ; Richmond et al., 2011 ), alternating upper and lower body repeated WAnT performance is yet to be examined. Examining repeated 30 s WAnT performance is important as many team and individual sports such as rugby league ( Lovell et al

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References Andersen, Charlotte (2006) Modefotografi. En genres anatomi. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press. Arnold, Rebecca (2001) Fashion, Desire and Anxiety. London & New York: I. B Tauris. Aurthur, Karen (2005) ‘It’s Over for ’over There”, New York Times, November 3. Balsamo, Anne (1996) Technologies of the Gendered Body. Reading Cyborg Women. Durham & London: Duke University Press. Beebe, Roger Warren (2000) ‘After Arnold. Narratives of the Posthuman Cinema’, in Sobchack, Vivian (ed.) Meta-Morphing. Visual Transformation and the Culture of Quick

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