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Criteria for publication

The journals receive submissions than they can't publish. To be published in the journal, a paper should meet four general criteria:

  • Provides strong evidence for its conclusions.
  • Novel.
  • Of importance to scientists in the specific field.
  • Ideally, interesting to researchers in other related disciplines.

In general, to be acceptable, a paper should represent an advance in understanding likely to influence thinking in the field.

The review process

All submitted manuscripts are read by the editorial staff. To save time for authors and peer-reviewers, only those papers that seem most likely to meet our editorial criteria are sent for formal review. Those papers judged by the editors to be of insufficient general interest or otherwise inappropriate are rejected promptly without external review (although these decisions may be based on informal advice from specialists in the field).

Manuscripts judged to be of potential interest to our readership are sent for formal review, typically to two or three reviewers. The editors then make a decision based on the reviewers' advice, from among several possibilities:

  • Accept, with or without editorial revisions
  • Invite the authors to revise their manuscript to address specific concerns before a final decision is reached
  • Reject, but indicate to the authors that further work might justify a resubmission
  • Reject outright, typically on grounds of specialist interest, lack of novelty, insufficient conceptual advance or major technical and/or interpretational problems

Reviewers are welcome to recommend a particular course of action, but they should bear in mind that the other reviewers of a particular paper may have different technical expertise and/or views, and the editors may have to make a decision based on conflicting advice. The most useful reports, therefore, provide the editors with the information on which a decision should be based. Setting out the arguments for and against publication is often more helpful to the editors than a direct recommendation one way or the other.

Editorial decisions are not a matter of counting votes or numerical rank assessments, and we do not always follow the majority recommendation. We try to evaluate the strength of the arguments raised by each reviewer and by the authors, and we may also consider other information not available to either party. Our primary responsibilities are to our readers and to the scientific community at large, and in deciding how best to serve them, we must weigh the claims of each paper against the many others also under consideration.

We may return to reviewers for further advice, particularly in cases where they disagree with each other, or where the authors believe they have been misunderstood on points of fact. We therefore ask that reviewers should be willing to provide follow-up advice as requested. We are very aware, however, that reviewers are usually reluctant to be drawn into prolonged disputes, so we try to keep consultation to the minimum we judge necessary to provide a fair hearing for the authors.

When reviewers agree to assess a paper, we consider this a commitment to review subsequent revisions. However, editors will not send a resubmitted paper back to the reviewers if it seems that the authors have not made a serious attempt to address the criticisms.

We take reviewers' criticisms seriously; in particular, we are very reluctant to disregard technical criticisms. In cases where one reviewer alone opposes publication, we may consult the other reviewers as to whether s/he is applying an unduly critical standard. We occasionally bring in additional reviewers to resolve disputes, but we prefer to avoid doing so unless there is a specific issue, for example a specialist technical point, on which we feel a need for further advice.

Selecting peer-reviewers

Reviewer selection is critical to the publication process, and we base our choice on many factors, including expertise, reputation, specific recommendations and our own previous experience of a reviewer's characteristics. For instance, we avoid using people who are slow, careless, or do not provide reasoning for their views, whether harsh or lenient.

We check with potential reviewers before sending them manuscripts to review. Reviewers should bear in mind that these messages contain confidential information, which should be treated as such.

Timing

The journal is committed to rapid editorial decisions and publication, and we believe that an efficient editorial process is a valuable service both to our authors and to the scientific community as a whole. We therefore ask reviewers to respond promptly within the number of days agreed. If reviewers anticipate a longer delay than previously expected, we ask them to let us know so that we can keep the authors informed and, where necessary, find alternatives.

Anonymity

We do not release reviewers' identities to authors or to other reviewers, except when reviewers specifically ask to be identified. Unless they feel strongly, however, we prefer that reviewers should remain anonymous throughout the review process and beyond.

We ask reviewers not to identify themselves to authors without the editor's knowledge. If they wish to reveal their identities while the manuscript is under consideration, this should be done via the editor, or if this is not practicable, we ask authors to inform the editor as soon as possible after the reviewer has revealed his or her identity to the author.

We deplore any attempt by authors to confront reviewers or determine their identities. Our own policy is to neither confirm nor deny any speculation about reviewers' identities, and we encourage reviewers to adopt a similar policy.

Editing referees' reports

As a matter of policy, we do not suppress reviewers' reports; any comments that were intended for the authors are transmitted, regardless of what we may think of the content. On rare occasions, we may edit a report to remove offensive language or comments that reveal confidential information about other matters. We ask reviewers to avoid statements that may cause needless offence; conversely, we strongly encourage reviewers to state plainly their opinion of a paper. Authors should recognize that criticisms are not necessarily unfair simply because they are expressed in robust language.

Peer-review publication policies

All contributions submitted to journal that are selected for peer-review are sent to at least one, but usually two or more, independent reviewers, selected by the editors. Authors are welcome to suggest suitable independent reviewers and may also request that the journal excludes one or two individuals or laboratories. The journal sympathetically considers such requests and usually honours them, but the editor's decision on the choice of referees is final.

As a condition of agreeing to assess the manuscript, all reviewers undertake to keep submitted manuscripts and associated data confidential, and not to redistribute them without permission from the journal. If a reviewer seeks advice from colleagues while assessing a manuscript, he or she ensures that confidentiality is maintained and that the names of any such colleagues are provided to the journal with the final report. By this and by other means, the journal endeavour to keep the content of all submissions confidential until the publication date other than in the specific case of its embargoed press release available to registered journalists. Although we go to every effort to ensure reviewers honour their promise to ensure confidentiality, we are not responsible for the conduct of reviewers.

Ethics and security

The journal editor may seek advice about submitted papers not only from technical reviewers but also on any aspect of a paper that raises concerns. These may include, for example, ethical issues or issues of data or materials access. Very occasionally, concerns may also relate to the implications to society of publishing a paper, including threats to security. In such circumstances, advice will usually be sought simultaneously with the technical peer-review process. As in all publishing decisions, the ultimate decision whether to publish is the responsibility of the editor of the journal concerned. 

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Vol 11 issue 2 June 2011

CONTENTS

 

Art # 1, pp. 5-13

Teacher engagement with teaching games for understanding - game sense in physical education

SHANE PILL BEd (PE) MEd (Leadership) FACHPER

Lecturer in Physical Education Studies, School of Education, Flinders University, Australia

President: Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (SA Branch)



Art # 2, pp. 14-16

Effects of weight training on power performance

KAUKAB AZEEM1, RAJESH KUMAR2

1Lecturer, Physical Education Department, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia

2Associate Professor, Physical Education Department, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India



Art # 3, pp. 17-22

Evaluating the integration of the sensory-motor abilities to facilitate teachinglearning processes: a comparison between Italian and Indian models of teaching through the use of VMI test

STEFANO DI TORE1, PAOLA AIELLO2, FILIPPO GOMEZ PALOMA3 CLAUDIO MACCHI4, MAURIZIO SIBILIO5

1Stefano Di Tore (Corresponding author).Department of Educational Sciences of the University of Salerno.

2Paola Aiello (Co-Author). PhD student in "Methodology of Educational Research" at the Department of Educational Sciences of the University of Salerno.

3Filippo Gomez Paloma (Co-Author). Assistant Professor of Method and Didactic of Motor Activities at the University of Salerno.

4Claudio Macchi (Co-Author). MD, Specialist in Gerontology and Geriatrics, in Cardiology and in Preventive Medicine and Hygiene. Associate Professor and President of the Degree Courses in Master of Science In Preventive and Adapted Motor Activities and in Management of Sport and Motor Activities, Faculty of Medicine, University of Florence, Italy. Director of the Cardiac Rehabilitation Unit of the Don Gnocchi Foundation, Florence, Italy.

5Maurizio Sibilio (Co-Author). Full Professor of "Methods and Teaching of Sports Activities" at the Department of Educational Sciences - University of Salerno-Italy. Director of the Interdepartmental Centre of "Health, Sport and Integration Processes" – University of Salerno-Italy. Responsible of the Handicap Laboratory at the Faculty of Formation Sciences – University of Salerno Italy.



Art # 4, pp.23-27

The acute effect of kinesio taping on hamstring extensibility in university students

MERINO-MARBAN R.,1FERNANDEZ-RODRIGUEZ E.,2 LOPEZ-FERNANDEZ I,.3 MAYORGA-VEGA D.4

1,2,3 University of Malaga, Faculty of Sciences of Education, Human Movement Laboratory, Malaga, Spain

4 University of Malaga, Malaga, Spain



Art # 5, pp.28-31

The teaching of physical education in primary school as the foundation of sports development

ORUNABOKA, T.T1., OGULU, C.B2.

1,2, Faculty of Education University of PORT HARCOURT, Rivers State, Nigeria



Art # 6, pp.32-38

Comparison of times recorded in the 60 m flat and the 60 m hurdles finals at the junior III national indoor championships 2010 and 2011

BOGDAN CONSTANTIN RATA 1, GLORIA RATA 2,DAN IULIAN ALEXE3, ADRIAN SAVA4,

1,2,3, "Vasile Alecsandri" University of Bacau, Romania

4 University of PitestI (PhD candidate), Romania



Art # 7, pp.39-42

Technical Skills Leading in Winning or Losing Volleyball Matches During Beijing Olympic Games

ASTERIOS PATSIAOURAS1, ATHANASIOS MOUSTAKIDIS2, KONSTANTINOS CHARITONIDIS3, DIMITRIOS KOKARIDAS4

1 Department of Physical Education & Sport Science in Trikala, University of Thessaly, Greece

2 Department of Physical Education & Sport Science in Komotini, Greece

3 Department of Physical Education & Sport Science in Thessaloniki, Greece

4 Department of Physical Education & Sport Science in Trikala, Greece



Art # 8, pp.43-48

A study on italian primary school rules: neurophysiological and didatics aspects in phisical education and sport

GAETANO RAIOLA

Public school head of Naples & contract professor University of Salerno, Italy



Art # 9, pp.49-56

A comparison of ball velocity in different kicking positions with dominant and non-dominant leg in junior soccer players.

MÁRIO C. MARQUES1, FILIPE PEREIRA2, DANIEL A. MARINHO3, MAFALDA REIS4, MARIAN CRETU5, ROLAND VAN DEN TILLAAR6

1,2,3,4, Department of Exercise Science, University of Beira Interior, Covilhã, Portugal

1,2,3,6, Research Centre for Sport, Health and Human Development, Vila Real, Portugal

6 Department of Teacher Education and Sports of Sogn and Fjordane University College, Norway

5Physical Education and Sport, University of Pitesti, Romania



Art # 10, pp.57-63

Skeletal muscle strength in older adults. Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) genotype affects: an UPDATE

ANA PEREIRA1, ANTÓNIO J. SILVA2, ALDO M. COSTA3, ESTELA BASTOS4, MÁRIO C. MARQUES5

,1,2 University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro/ CIDESD, Vila Real, Portugal

3,5 University of Beira interior/CIDESD, Covilhã, Portugal

4 University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro, IBB/CGB, Vila Real, Portugal



Art # 11, pp.64-67

Strength in power sports: the latest scientific results.

MÁRIO C. MARQUES

Department of Sport Sciences, University of Beira Interior, Covilhã, Portugal

Research Centre for Sport, Health and Human Development, Vila Real, Portugal



Art # 12, pp.68-71

A Pilot Study on the influence of fatigue on kicking velocity in the soccer players

RICARDO FERRAZ1 , ROLAND VAN DEN TILLAAR2, SÉRGIO FERRAZ3, ALBANO SANTOS4, ROMEU MENDES5, DANIEL A. MARINHO6, MARIAN CRETU7, MÁRIO C. MARQUES8

1,3,4,5,6,8 Department of Exercise Science, University of Beira Interior, Covilhã, Portugal

1,2,4,5,6,8 Research Centre for Sport, Health and Human Development, Vila Real, Portugal

2,3 Sogn and Fjordane University College, Norway

7 Physical Education and Sport, University of Pitesti, Romania



Art # 13, pp.72 - 77

A comperison of selected kinemetical parameters between male and female intervarsity long jumpers

IKRAM HUSSAIN1, ASIM KHAN2, ARIF MOHAMMAD3, MOHD. ARSHAD BARI4, AHSAN AHMAD5

1Professor and Chairman, Department of Physical Health and Sports Education, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, (U.P.), INDIA.

2,3,4,5Research Scholar, Department of Physical Health and Sports Education, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, (U.P.), INDIA.



Art # 14, pp.78 - 83

Is there a "Mourinho" effect over the psychological performance profile of elite soccer players?

PEDRO GUEDES DE CARVALHO1, TIAGO GUADALUPE2

1Department of Sport Sciences, UBI, Portugal, CIDESD, Center for Research in Sports, Health and Human Development, Portugal

2Department of Sport Sciences MsC student, U.B.I., Portugal



Art # 15, pp.84 - 89

How can we get to know local governance of sports? – A case study in a Lagged region

PEDRO GUEDES DE CARVALHO1 , ANTÓNIO ALBINO ALVES2

1Department of Sport Sciences, UBI, CIDESD, Center for Research in Sports, Health and Human Development, Portugal

2 Instituto Politécnico da Guarda, MsC student at UBI, Portugal



Art # 16, pp.90 - 94

New tendencies in the application of altitude training in sport preparation

RANISAVLJEV IGOR1, ILIC VLADIMIR2, MARKOVIC MILOS3, BABIC GORAN4

1,2,3,4 Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Belgrade, Serbia



Art # 17, pp.95 - 100

The effect of aquatic plyometric training with and without resistance on selected physical fitness variables among volleyball players

K. KAMALAKKANNAN1 , DR. KAUKAB AZEEM2, DR. C. ARUMUGAM3

1Director of Physical Education, Arunai Engineering College, Tiruvannamalai, Tamil nadu, India. 2Lecturer, Physical Education Department, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, S.A

3Asst Prof Dept of sports coaching, Tamilnadu Physical Education and Sports University, Chennai, India.



Art # 18, pp.101 - 104

Relationships between somatotype, anthropometry and physical fitness variables in untrained university students

MASOUD NIKBAKHT

Physical education collage, Islamic Azad University, Shoushtar branch,Iran



Art # 19, pp.105 - 110

Aerobic evaluation of young swimmers using the critical velocity test a brief report

FERNANDES, RICARDO (PhD)

Centre of Research, Education, Innovation and Intervention in Sport, Faculty of Sport, University of Porto Rua Dr. Plácido Costa, 91. 4200 Porto, Portugal.



Art # 20, pp.111 - 116

Influence of anthropometric characteristics on speed abilities of 14 years old elite male basketball players

SAŠA JAKOVLJEVIC1, MILIVOJE KARALEJIC2, ZORAN PAJIC3, BRANKO GARDAŠEVIC4, RADIVOJ MANDIC5

1,2,3,4,5University of Belgrade, Faculty of sport and Physical Education



Art # 21, pp.117 - 125

Effects of an 8-week physical activity program on body composition and physical fitness on obese and pre obese female students

JÚLIO C. MARTINS1, ANDREIA F. MARIALVA2, MARIANA AFONSO3, NÁDIA F. GAMEIRO4, ALDO M. COSTA5

1,2,3,4,5University of Beira Interior. Department of Sport Sciences (UBI, Covilhã, Portugal)

1,Research Centre in Physical Activity, Health and Leisure (CIAFEL, Porto, Portugal)

5Research Centre in Sports, Health and Human Development (CIDESD, Portugal)



Art # 22, pp.126 - 130

Comparison of the acute effects of an incremental exhaustive aerobic exercise session by upper-body and lower-body on the NK and T cells response

DR. MASOOD NIKBAKHT1AHMAD PARSAEIFAR2

1Assistant Professor of Department of Sports Physiology, Shahid Chamran University, Ahvaz, Iran.

2MA, of Physical Department of Sports Physiology, Shahid Chamran University, Ahvaz, Iran.



Art # 23, pp.131 - 133

A study on the physiological traits of sportsmen with different aerobic capacities

SYED IBRAHIM,1, RAJESH KUMAR2

1King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia, ,

2Hyderabad, India.

 

CONTENTS

Volume 11 issue 1 march, 2011

Art # 1, pp. 5-17

Psychological characteristics of male university athletes

RAJKUMAR SHARMA 1 & ASHISH KUMAR NIGAM2

1RajKumar Sharma, S.A.I Traning Centre Department of Sports and Youth Welfare, District Sports Complex, Bilapur (C.G.), India.

2Ashish Kumar Nigam, Guru Ghasidas Central University Bilaspur (CG), India.



Art # 2, pp. 18-21

Study of trunk flexibility and body composition between football and badminton players

NANDALAL SINGH, N.D.1, RANJIT SINGH, R.2, KUMAR SINGH, S.V.3

1Department of Physical Education, Panjab University, Chandigarh ,India.

2Department of Physical Education, , Imphal, Manipur,India.

3Research Scholar, Panjab University, Chandigarh ,India.



Art # 3, pp. 22-31

A study of managerial job system of open water swimming

KHALIL SAMIRA

Department of Management, Faculty of Physical Education, Zagazig University, Egypt



Art # 4, pp.32-41

Influence of tactics efficiency on results in serbian soccer super league in season 2009/2010

ALEKSANDAR JANKOVIC1, BOJAN LEONTIJEVIC2, VESELIN JELUŠIC3, MILAN PAŠIC4, BRANIMIR MICOVIC5

1-5,University of Belgrade, Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, Belgrade, Serbia



Art # 5, pp.42-47

Study between neurophysiological aspects and regulation documents on preschool in Italy

GAETANO RAIOLA

Public school head of Naples, Italy, contract professor University of Salerno, Italy



Art # 6, pp.48-55

A study on stress stimuli among the students of physical education

J.P.VERMA1, .J.P.BHUKAR2, SANJEEV KUMAR3

1-3Lakshmibai National University of Physical Education, Gwalior, India.



Art # 7, pp.56-64

Effect of swiss ball exercises on some physicaland physiological variables and their relationship with kata performance level

ELTANAHI NAGLA

Department of Combat Sports, Faculty of Physical Education, Zagazig University, Egypt.



Art # 8, pp.65-69

Effect of high intensive football match on selected physiological variables

VINAY PAWAR1, JAIPRAKASH BHUKAR2, THEPFUKOLIE PUNYU3

1-3 Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education, (NERC), Guwahati, India



Art # 9, pp.70-74

Does regular physical activity in children affect the quality of life?

SAHIN GÜLSAH1, OZGIDER CAN2, GULÇIN GÖZAYDIN 3

1-3 Canakkale Onsekiz Mart Universitesi Beden Egitimi ve Spor Yuksekokulu-Canakkale- Türkiye



Art # 10, pp.75-80

Determination of maximal oxygen consumption of algerian soccer players during preseason

DADI ABDELAZIZ 1, ABABSA NADJIB 2

1-2 Department of Physical Education, University of Mentouri, Algeria



Art # 11, pp.81-86

Promote the equality and fairness for everyone in physical education activity-the case of mixed group

SIMONA PETRACOVSCHI1, SORINEL VOICU2, MIHAELA FAUR3, FELIX SINITEAN-SINGER4

1-4Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, West University, Timisoara, Romania.



Art # 12, pp.87-93

The use of short physical training intervals of female juniors in basketball

IOAN FEFLEA1, GHEORGHE SIMION2

1UniversityOradea, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Romania

2University of Pitest, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Romania



Art # 13, pp.94 -101

The influence of anthropometric parameters and of muscle-joint mobility on the speed of execution in the handball game

BASTIUREA EUGEN1, STAN ZENOVIA2, MIHAILA ION3, CRElU NICOLETA4

1-2University „Dunarea de Jos" of GalaNi, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Romania

3University of Pitesti, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Romania

4Gymnasium „Maria Grecu" Odaia Manolache, GalaNi, Romania


Art # 14, pp.102 -113
A project for the education  psychomotor for developmental age
FRANCESCO PERROTTA,
Department of Human Sciences  Faculty of Education, Univesity of Perugia, Italy

 

CONTENTS

Vol 29 no 4 December 2010




ORIGINAL RESEARCH

Art # 1, pp 5 - 10
THE EFFECT OF CONTINUOUS VIGOROUS EXERCISE AND LIFESTYLE-EMBEDDED
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY UPON ACUTE GLYCAEMIC REGULATION- A CASE STUDY

ASH C. ROUTEN1, ANTHONY G. CLUETT2
1Institute of Sport and Exercise Science, University of Worcester, Worcester, UK.
2School of Sport and Health Sciences, University of Exeter, Exeter, UK.

Art # 2, pp 11 - 15
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT OF WHITEWATER SPORTS IN THE SOUTHERN ALPS

BERNARD MASSIERA
PhD Communication, Associate Professor in Sport management
LAURA SCHUFT
PhD Sociology, Assistant Professor in Sociology of sport


Art # 3, pp 16 - 23
COMPARATIVE SUDY OF THE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC ACTIVITY AT
PROFESSIONAL HANDBALL AND FENCERS PLAYERS

DENISA ENESCU BIERU1, MIRELA LUCIA CĂLINA1,2, ALICE GUSTI1,2, VALENTINA
DINU2,GERMINA COSMA1, MIHAI MARIAN DRAGOMIR1, CĂTALIN FORIAN1, CĂTĂLIN POPESCU1
1. Faculty of Physical Education and Sport Craiova, University of Craiova, Craiova, Romania
2. Sport Polyclinic Craiova, Craiova, Romania

Art # 4, pp 24 - 29
ELEMENTS OF KINEMATICS SPECIFIC TO THE JUMP OF THE MALE TRIPLE JUMP EVENT
MIHAI ILIE, Ph.D. University of Pitesti, Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, Romania

Art # 5, pp 30 - 36
ATTITUDES TOWARD PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND ITS MEASUREMENT

VISHNU PETHKAR1, SHRADDHA NAIK2 & PROF. SANJEEV SONAWANE3
1 Research scholar & lecturer, Dept. of Physical Education, University of Pune, Pune, INDIA.
2 Lecturer, Chandrashekhar Agashe College of Physical Education, Pune, INDIA.
3 Head of the Department, Dept. of Education and Extension, University of Pune. Pune, INDIA.


Art # 6, pp 37 - 40
ANALYSIS THE DIURNAL VARIATIONS ON SELECTED PHYSICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS

Dr. A. MAHABOOBJAN, Director and Principal, Faculty of Physical Education, Vinayaka Missions University, Salem, Tamilnadu.

Art # 7, pp 41 - 47
MODALITIES OF TRAINING PARAMETER ALTERNATION IN NOWADAYS STRENGTH TRAINING PRACTICE
RANISAVLJEV IGOR 1, ILIC VLADIMIR 1
1 Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University in Belgrade, Serbia

Art # 8, pp 47 - 51
NON-TRADITIONAL SPORTS AT SCHOOL. BENEFITS FOR PHYSICAL AND MOTOR DEVELOPMENT
AMADOR J. LARA-SÁNCHEZ1 , MARÍA L. ZAGALAZ-SÁNCHEZ1 , EMILIO J. MARTÍNEZ-LÓPEZ1 , DANIEL BERDEJO-DEL-FRESNO2
1Universidad de Jaén (Spain)
2British Cycling Federation and Manchester Futsal Club (Manchester, United Kingdom)

Art # 9, pp 52 - 56
THE TEACHING RESEARCH FOCUSED ON THE MOVEMENT: HEURISTIC APPROACHES AND ELEMENTS OF COMPLEXITY
AIELLO PAOLA1, MAURIZIO SIBILIO2
1,2Department of Educational Sciences, University of Salerno, Fisciano, Italy

Art # 10, pp 57 - 67
RELATION OF EFFECTIVENESS IN PICK N' ROLL APPLICATION BETWEEN THE NATIONAL GREEK TEAM OF AND ITS OPPONENTS DURING THE MEN'S WORLD BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP OF 2006
POLYKRATIS MATTHEOS1, TSAMOURTZIS EVANGELOS1, MAVRIDIS GEORGIOS1, ZAGGELIDIS GEORGIOS2
1 Demokritus University of Thrace, Department of Physical Education & Sport Science, Komotini, Greece,
2 Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, Department of Physical Education & Sport Science, Thessaloniki,Greece

Art # 11, 68 - 74
ANABOLIC ANDROGENIC STEROIDS AND DEPENDENCE
IHSAN SARI
Sakarya University

Art # 12, 75 - 80
THE RELATION BETWEEN MAXIMAL AEROBIC CAPACITY AND LIPIDS PROFILE OF STUDENT AGED 12-15.
GEORGIOS X. LAPOUSIS
Department of Physical Education and Sports Sciences,
Democritus University of Thrace, Komotini, Hellas

Art # 13, 81 - 85
COMPARING PROSOCIAL TENDENCIES OF ATHLETES AND NONATHLETES
SEMIYHA DOLASIR TUNCEL, PhD.
Ankara University, School of Physical Education and Sport, Tandogan, Ankara, Turkey.

Art # 14, 86 - 89
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE REPS NUMBER WITHIN TWO TRAINING MACROCYCLES OF THE WEIGHTLIFTING OLYMPIC TEAM
ULĂREANU MARIUS VIOREL1, POTOP VLADIMIR2,
1,2Ecologic University of Bucharest, Romania

Art # 15, pp 90 - 93
STUDY ON THE CORRELATIONS BETWEEN CERTAIN FUNCTIONAL INDICES AND THE CONDITIONAL MOTOR SKILLS ON AGE GROUPS IN ATHLETES
CARMINA LIANA MUSAT1, ALEXANDRU PACURARU2, MIRELA PRAISLER3, MĂLINA COMAN4
Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy, "Dunarea de Jos" University of Galati

Art # 16, pp 94 - 101
THE OPTIMIZATION OF THE TRAINING STRATEGIES IN WHAT CONCERNS OBTAINING A BIGGER TRANSFER OF THE TRAINING EFFECT FOR THE COMPETITION

DULGHERU MIRELA1, VAIDA MARIUS1
1Petroleum and Gas University from Ploiesti, Bucharest Bvd, no. 39

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