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Advances in Physical Education

Effect of an Integrated Resistance Program Based Weightlifting Exercises on Improving Physical Performance of Young Table Elite’s Tennis Players

Author(s): Kaabi Sofiene, Souhail Hermassi, Kaabi Safa, Phillipe Passelergue ABSTRACT The purpose of our study was to find out the results of a training program based on the Olympic exercises (weightlifting), on the performance of strength and power in high-level … Continue reading

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Playing through the Pain: A University-Based Study of Sports Injury

Author(s):Geneviève Jessiman-Perreault, Jenny Godley ABSTRACT This paper presents findings from a survey that assessed university students’ opinions about sports injury. Specifically, the paper seeks to understand whether university students who participate in sports at different levels would choose to participate … Continue reading

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Changes of Children’s Motivation in Physical Education and Physical Activity: A Longitudinal Perspective

Author(s): Xiangli Gu, Tao Zhang ABSTRACT Children’s motivation towards Physical Education (PE) decreases over the elementary school year, but little is known about how and why those declines influence changes of children’s intention and Physical Activity (PA). Guided by the … Continue reading

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Hippotherapy in Children with Developmental Delays: Physical Function and Psychological Benefits

Author(s) :Freda Thompson, Caroline J. Ketcham, Eric E. Hall Hippotherapy, or horse therapy, is an innovative form of physical therapy that involves the use of a horse as a therapeutic tool in order to effectively challenge a rider’s core muscles. The rhythm of … Continue reading

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