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Changes in Body Composition and Physical Performance in Wheelchair Basketball Players During a Competitive Season

, Müller E. Using physiological data to predict future career progression in 14- to 17-year-old Austrian soccer academy players. J Sports Sci , 2012; 30(15): 1673-1682 Goosey-Tolfrey VL, Batterham AM, Tolfrey K. Scaling behavior of VO 2peak in trained wheelchair athletes. Med Sci Sports Exerc , 2003; 35 (12): 2106–2011 Goosey-Tolfrey VL. Physiological profiles of elite wheelchair basketball players in preparation for the 2000 Paralympic games. Adapt Phys Activ Q , 2005; 22(1): 57–66 Goosey-Tolfrey VL, Foden E, Perret C, Degens H. Effects of

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The Involvement of Budapest Residents with Visual Impairments in Leisure Sports: Barriers and Facilitators

-MSTT. Gál, A. (2008). A magyar lakosság egészségtudatossága és szabadidő-sportolási szokásai /Health status and sporting habits of Hungarian population/. In Sz.Gy. Földesiné, A. Gál, & T. Dóczi (Eds.), Társadalmi riport a sportról / Social report on sport /, (pp. 9-39). Budapest: ÖM Sport Szakállamtitkárság, MSTT. Gombás, J. (2011). Fogyatékosok sportja helyett adaptált sport - avagy a szemléletváltás jótékony hatása /Disability sports or adapted sports: The beneficial effect of new approaches/. Magyar Sporttudományi Szemle / Hungarian Sport Science Review /, 4

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Conforming and nonconforming personality and stress coping styles in combat athletes

expressing (realising) the human capacity for selfactualisation. In accordance with the concept of creative attitude ( Bernacka, 2009 ; Grohman and Schmidt, 2013), conformists are predisposed to a highly adaptive style, whereas nonconformists express themselves in a highly-innovative manner. A general tendency observed in people involves adjustment or creative adaptation. Given the specificity of combat sports, such as work-out routines, rules and regulations, codes of conduct, ceremonial and morale ( Foretić et al., 2011 ; Litwiniuk et al., 2009 ), it can be assumed

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

the Paralympics games (according to the athletes). J. Orthop. Trauma. Surg. Relat. Res. 26:52-70. Steadward R. D., L. F. Sheri (2003) History of disability sport. In: R. D. Steadward, G. D. Wheeler, E. J. Watkinson (eds.) Adapted Physical Activity. University of Alberta Press, Edmonton, pp. 471-498. Tasiemski T., P. Kennedy, B. P. Gardner, R. A. Blaikley (2005) Athletic identity and sports participation in people with spinal cord injury. Adapt. Phys. Activ. Q. 21:364-378. Vanlandewijck

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Low-Carbohydrate-High-Fat Diet: Can it Help Exercise Performance?

range of metabolic risk factors exceeding, or at least matching, those of HCLF diets. A less well explored question is whether LCHF diets may exert beneficial effects on exercise and athletic performance. Despite the concept that eating a LCHF diet goes counter the traditional view that athletes require high-carbohydrate intake to maintain sufficient muscle glycogen for high-intensity and endurance performance, the efficacy of LCHF diets has been explored in various sports. There is emerging scientific evidence that LCHF diets at least maintain, if not enhance

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Communication Strategies Used by Physical Education Teachers and Coaches in Residential Schools for the Deaf in the U.S.

References 1. AMMONS, D.K., 1990. Unique identity of the World Games for the Deaf. Palaestra, 6, 40-43. 2. AMMONS, D.K., 2009. The International Committee on Sports for the Deaf and the Deaflympics. In: MOORES D and M. MILLER (Eds.) Deaf people around the World: Educational and social perspectives (pp. 373-386). Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press. ISBN 9781563684104. 3. ANDERSON, K.L., 2015. Access is the issue, not hearing loss: new policy clarification requires schools to ensure effective communication

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Using Several Types of Virtual Characters in Sports - a Literature Survey

environments. Computer & Graphics 37, 121-136. Argelaguet Sanz, F., Multon, F. & Lécuyer (2015). A methodology for introducing competitive anxiety and pressure in VR sports training. Frontiers in Robotics and AI 2:10. DOI: 10.3389/frobt.2015.00010 Bailenson, J.N., Blascovich, J., Beall, A.C. & Loomis, J.M. (2003). Interpersonal distance in immersive virtual environments. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 29 (7), 819-833. DOI: 10.1177/0146167203029007002 Bandow, N., Emmermecher, P., Stucke, C., Masik, S. & Witte, K

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A Robust Approach For Acoustic Noise Suppression In Speech Using ANFIS

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Mining Automatically Estimated Poses from Video Recordings of Top Athletes

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Examination of Physical Education and Sports Undergraduate Programs of the Bologna Process Countries (Poland-Turkey Case)


With geographical, cultural and economic benefits, Poland has adapted to the Bologna Process and has been one of the countries most preferred by students in Turkey within the scope of Erasmus. Turkey and Poland Physical Education and Sports Undergraduate Curriculum were analyzed with data from government agencies in both countries. Erasmus program has been prepared within the framework of the European Union in order to ensure the development of higher education institutions, to work jointly between the universities and to eliminate geographical and educational boundaries. Bologna Process, founded in 1998, Turkey’s included in 2001, envisages a structure that ensures the mobility of academic staff, comparable, not bounded by country borders, set standards, competitive and very well connected with each other. With over 400 universities, Poland offers a cost-effective and quality education program. Poland’s Physical Education and Sports Undergraduate program is 3 years. The curriculum, which has a weighted structure in the Field Training, also includes Professional Knowledge and General Culture courses. Turkey’s constant Physical Education and Sports Science program, which is determined by Higher Education Council (YÖK), is 4 years. In addition to the Field Training courses, Professions Knowledge and General Culture courses are also covered by the curriculum. There is one year (2 semesters, 60 ECTS) difference between Turkey and Poland curriculum. This difference is mostly composed of the National course elements in the Professions Knowledge and General Culture parts. The Field Training courses are divided into theoretical and practical applications and are processed at similar rates in both countries.

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