INVITATION TO JOIN US AT

The INSHS 13th International Christmas Sports Scientific Conference (digital)

in collaboration with
Global Sports Innovation Centre (GSIC) powered by Microsoft, Spain
and
International Human Motricity Network (IHMN)

 

1st-3rd December 2021

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The Christmas Conference
is intended to

Extend your Network of international colleagues from sport science.

Provide an opportunity for students to learn, present and publish.

Listen to presentations from the best experts and high profile academicans.

Enable new initiatives, involvement in international research projects.

Introduce your research in a warm friendly atmosphere.

Learn what GSIC and INSHS can do for you.

ABOUT INSHS and the Xmas Conference

The International Network of Sport and
Health Science (INSHS) and
The 13th International Christmas Sports Scientific Conference

The International Network of Sport and Health Science (INSHS) is a non-profit organization registered in Nancy, France. Established in 2005, INSHS operates as a digital hub dedicated to bringing academics and researchers together providing with worldwide collaboration in the field of sports and health sciences.
For more information about INSHS please follow this link: www.inshs.info.

The 13th International Christmas Sports Scientific Conference aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of sport, health and exercise science, sport medicine, physical education, and sport management.

This traditional international academic event will run this year only as a digital event over 3 days on Google Meet. With its history of high quality presentations, workshops and seminars, this year’s Conference provides exceptional value for PhD students, academics, and industry researchers. It will provide a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers and professionals to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges and solutions under the motto “Science Meets Practice“.

Why to participate?

  1. Strong history of organising successful international conferences
  2. Respected high quality speakers on a broad range of topics
  3. Opportunity to join our worldwide network of academics in collaboration and friendship
  4. Opportunity to present your research or important contemporary issues
  5. Commitment to the development of opportunities for young researchers
  6. Guaranteed publication of your paper (subject to meeting publication conditions)

INVITED PARTICIPANTS

Dr Ian Whyte

Dr Ian Whyte

Chair of The Scientific Committee

Prof. Dr. Henriette Dancs

Prof. Dr. Henriette Dancs

General Secretary of INSHS

Jose Perez Turpin

Jose Perez Turpin

Honorary Co-Chair of the Organising Committee

Dr Eddie Bradley

Dr Eddie Bradley

Dr Anne Elliott

Dr Anne Elliott

Prof. Istvan Soos

Prof. Istvan Soos

Dr Laura Forrest

Dr Laura Forrest

Full Prof Estélio Dantes

Full Prof Estélio Dantes

Dr Juan Pedro Fuentes-Garcia

Dr Juan Pedro Fuentes-Garcia

Ass Prof Dr Antonello Lorenzini

Ass Prof Dr Antonello Lorenzini

Dr Lisa Board

Dr Lisa Board

Ass Prof Dr Michal Kumstat

Ass Prof Dr Michal Kumstat

Inigo Bonilla

Inigo Bonilla

Nenad Stojiljkovic

Nenad Stojiljkovic

Alfonso Valero

Alfonso Valero

Prof Rudy José Nodari Júnior

Prof Rudy José Nodari Júnior

David Manzano Sánchez

David Manzano Sánchez

Dr Biljana Popeska

Dr Biljana Popeska

Ass Prof Dr Francisco José Félix Saavedra

Ass Prof Dr Francisco José Félix Saavedra

Dr Amapola Arimany

Dr Amapola Arimany

Katalin Kovacs

Katalin Kovacs

Dr Martinique Sparks

Dr Martinique Sparks

ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Chair of the Organising Committee: Prof. Henriette Dancs
Co- chair of the Organising Committee: Prof. Joel Gaillard
Media/Marketing and Spanish Sessions, GSIC Partner management: Esther Soler
JHSE Partnership Management: Mariajose Gomis Gomis
Finances, invoicing: Attila Markus
Technical Issues: Laszlo Pongracz and Mark Szegner
Communication and Technical Issues: Daniel Bella and Tamás Kristóf Németh

Scientific Committee

Chair of The Scientific Committee: Dr. Ian Whyte

Honorary Chair: Prof Mike Hughes

Members:
Joel Gaillard (France)
Jose Perez Turpin (Spain)
Katalin Kovacs ( Hungary)
Szilvia Boros (Hungary)
Ferenc Köteles (Hungary)
Soos István (Hungary)
Estelio Dantas (Brazil)
Mauro Gurgel (Brazil)
Carlos Pernambuco ( Brazil)
Rudy Nodari Juniors( Brazil)

ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Chair of the Organising Committee: Prof. Henriette Dancs
Co- chair of the Organising Committee: Prof. Joel Gaillard
Media/Marketing and Spanish Sessions, GSIC Partner management: Esther Soler
JHSE Partnership Management: Mariajose Gomis Gomis
Finances, invoicing: Attila Markus
Technical Issues: Laszlo Pongracz and Mark Szegner
Communication and Technical Issues: Daniel Bella and Tamás Kristóf Németh

Organising Committee

Chair of the Organising Committee: Prof. Henriette Dancs

Co- chairs of the Organising Committee: Dr. Ian Whyte and Prof. Joel Gaillard

Media/Marketing and Spanish Sessions, GSIC Partner management: Esther Soler

JHSE Partnership Management: Mariajose Gomis Gomis

Finances, invoicing: Attila Markus

Technical Issues: Laszlo Pongracz and Mark Szegner

IT-background: Zsófia Czupi

Communication and Technical Issues: Daniel Bella and Tamás Kristóf Németh

Cornerstone Of Success

A number of esteemed, internationally acknowledged professors and experts will be invited to give keynote addresses.
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Language Of Conference

The official Conference language is English BUT some afternoon sessions will be conducted in Spanish language.

Type of Participation

  1. Invited speakers (30 minutes ppt presentation and/or moderated stage thematic talks)
  2. Participants with oral presentation (10 minutes ppt)
  3. Participants with e-poster (without oral presentation)
  4. Participant without any presentation (listener)

The conference organizers wish to invite
individuals, research groups, or organizations
to submit abstracts from a variety of perspectives.

IMPORTANT DATES and SUBMISSION DETAILS

Early-bird registration
for presenters/authors and for participants with paper
30th September 2021

Abstracts submission and Registration
for presenters/authors
25th November 2021

Registration
without paper
30th November 2021

The Conference
1st-3rd December 2021

Full paper submission
15th January 2022

THEMES

Submissions can represent the results of quantitative, qualitative, or interdisciplinary empirical research.
Evaluations and reports of current or historical initiatives, policies and developments,
or discussion papers of contemporary interest are also welcomed.

The main themes are noted below

Sport Performance Analysis
Motor Control and Learning
Exercise Physiology
Measurement and Evaluation
Sport Bio-mechanics
Sport and Olympic Movement
Training methods and programming
Physical Education and Adapted Physical Education
Sport, health and fitness
Aging and Physical Activity
Injury Prevention and Therapy in Sport and Exercise
Health Education
Nutrition and Physical Activity

Osteopathy, Recreation and Sport for All
Leisure activities and recreation
Management and Marketing in Sport
Sport and Health Management and Administration
Marketing in sport
Sport and Mass Media
Sport and Technology, Innovation
Sport and Health Tourism
Sport Practices- sport of disabled and elderly
Sport Philosophy and Sport History

Other topics for consideration are welcome and we also encourage applications from across a variety of theoretical perspectives.
The main requirement for submissions are that they should satisfy intellectual and academic rigour.
Submissions are encouraged that include substantial content about groups
who are nationally and internationally underrepresented in society.

Each author may only submit one abstract in which s/he is first author.

Guidelines for Authors – Open Presentations

It is intended that this Conference will be an on-line Conference and OPEN presentations will take two forms:

  1. Oral presentations (10 minutes) DURATION with 5 minutes for QA
    Method: PPT presentation
    Minimum Font Size 20
  2. e-Posters (see Appendix 2 for poster format)
    Posters MUST include the logos of INSHS and of your own institution/organisation (INSHS logo below for use).
    Also please ensure that your email address is noted for QA communications.

Guidelines for Authors – Conference Publications

Papers from Open Oral Presentations and e-Posters

We are committed to publishing accepted conference papers in peer-reviewed journals. We are presently in negotiations with a number of publications and will inform you of the commitment for publication in the next two weeks.
Irrespective, accepted papers will be published in an e-book of proceedings with DoI based on JHSE guidelines. (see Appendix 3 and JHSE for guidelines). The e-book will have a link from JHSE website.
Deadline for Submission of Full Papers: Full paper submission: 15 January 2022

Papers from Invited Speakers

Full papers will be published in the INSHS e-book Recent Research in Sport Science (ISSN: 2732-1274) subject to peer-review and meeting the RRISS guidelines for publication. RRISS follows the publication guidelines of JHSE; Appendix 3.
Deadline for Papers Submission from Invited Speakers: 15 January 2022

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Guidelines for Authors – Abstracts

Abstracts

An abstract is a summary of your paper and should include aim, background details, purpose and rationale for the study/paper, hypothesis or research question, methodology, results, and conclusion. The format for the INSHS Annual Conference is noted below.  All abstracts should comply with the guidelines.

General formatting: 1 cm. indent from both sides of the normal text (i.e. 4 cm. margin in total), title and headings in bold (see template – Appendix 1), affiliations in italics, all other types in normal text, Times New Roman font, 12pt, single-line spaced.

Title:                                      In bold, UPPER CASE
Authors:                                 APA style
Affiliations:                             Institution/organisation, city, country, email address of first author (in italics)
Introduction:                           Aim of paper, the rationale for the work, hypothesis/research question
Methods:                                Sample, recruitment, location, data collection, data analysis
Results:                                  Summary of the results with key findings

Discussion and Conclusion:   Interpret and describe the significance of findings, explain any    new understanding or insights, and state how the study advanced the reader’s understanding of the research problem

Keywords                               Four or keywords that define your research

 

PLEASE STATE AT THE FOOT OF YOUR ABSTRACT IF YOU WISH TO OFFER AN ORAL PRESENTATION OR AN e-POSTER

All accepted abstracts (from participants who have completed their registration; registered and paid) will be published in the e-book of Abstracts and in the pre-Conference booklet.

Each author may only submit one abstract in which s/he is the first author.

Submission Deadline: Abstract proposals are due by Monday, 15 November 2021 (11:59 p.m. CET) and are only being accepted by email as attachments.

Acceptance of Abstracts

All submitted abstracts will be automatically accepted if they meet the guidelines.
No acceptance letter will be sent out.
If an abstract does not meet the guidelines, it will be returned to the first author with comments. An opportunity to edit and resubmit will be offered.

Your abstract will be sent for review and comment today and our aim is to respond positively to you within seven days.

 

THE FINAL PROGRAM

The time slots in the program are all CET times.

10.00 Welcome Thoughts (I. Whyte, H. Dancs, J. Gaillard – INSHS Board Members, France)
Chair: Professor Henriette Dancs
10.20 Invited Speaker keynote: Henriette Dancs (Eötvös Loránd University, Institute of Sports Science, Szombathely, Hungary) Internationalization in HE in Sports and Health Science – during pandemic time period
10.50 Invited Speaker keynote: Inigo Bonilla (GSIC, Madrid, Spain) – Title of The unstoppable growth of sport-tech
11.20 Invited Speaker keynote: Goran Sporiš (Faculty of Kinesiology, Zagreb, Croatia) BRAIN AND EXERCISE
11.50 Thematic session oral presentations ( 10mins +5 min Q+A):
11.50 Stanislava Stráňavská, Štefan Adamčák, Gabriel Bujdoš (Department of Physical Education and Sports, Faculty of Arts, Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica, Slovakia) USE OF SMARTPHONES IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES OF FEMALES AT GRAMMAR SCHOOLS AND SECONDARY VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS
12.05 Aleksandra Aleksić Veljković 1, Dušanka Đurović 2, Tijana Stojanović 1 (Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Niš, Niš, Serbia; 2Faculty of Sport and Tourism, Educons University, Novi Sad, Serbia) ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN LOW ENERGY AVAILABILITY, EATING DISORDERS RISK AND BODY DISSATISFACTION IN ADOLESCENT FEMALE ATHLETES
12.20 Borisova V., Belyukov D., Ershova N., Dytko E. (Velikie Luki State Academy of Physical Education and Sports, Velikie Luki, Russia) THE PLACE OF INTELLECTUAL GAMES ON THE PROBLEMS OF OLYMPISM IN THE EDUCATION SYSTEM IN VELIKIE LUKI

12.30- 13.30 Break e-Poster presentations

Chair: Professor Joel Gaillard

13.30 Invited Speaker: Biljana Popeska (Univerzitet Goce Delcev, Macedonia) Physical Education Teachers’ Opinions About Online Physical Education Teaching: What We Learned and How to Move forward?
14.00 Invited speaker keynote Dr Anne Elliot (University of Middlesex, England, UK) Was Physical Education as Bad as People Remember It?
14.30 Invited Speaker keynote Dr Martinique Sparks (North-West University, South Africa) Global Positioning Systems: more than just a load monitoring tool
15.00 Thematic session oral presentations (10mins +5 min Q+A):
15.00 Štefan Adamčák1, Pavol Bartík1, Michal Marko2 (1Department of Physical Education and Sports, Faculty of Arts, Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica; 2Department of Music-Theoretical and Academic Subjects, Faculty of Performing Arts, Academy of Arts in Banská Bystrica) ROLE OF SMARTPHONES IN INCREASING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS
15.15 Barkanov M.G., Ershova N.G., Dytko E.V. (Velikie Luki State Academy of Physical Education and Sports, Velikie Luki, Russia) STUDENT SPORTS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION – GOALS, OBJECTIVES & DEVELOPMENT PROSPECTS
15.30 Invited Speaker keynote: João Rafael Valentim-Silva (Federal University of Rondônia, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Exercise as protection against COVID19: enhancing immunologic system
16.00 Invited Speaker keynote: Nenad Stojiljkovic (University of Nis, Serbia): Historical Journey through Research Methods in Sport and Physical Education
16.30 Ongoing Researches a project at FH Joanneum: Helmut Simi

17.00 Coffee Break

Spanish language session
Chair: Esther Soler

17.00 Invited Speaker keynote Professor Jose P Turpin (University of Alicante, Spain) Artificial intelligence and sports science: new perspectives – La Inteligencia Artificial Y Las Ciencias Del Deporte: Nuevas Perspectivas
17.30 Invited Speaker keynote Professor Estelio H.M. Danteas (The Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Ejercicio en la Salud y Calidad de Vida en Personas Viviendo con SIDA” (Exercise for Health and Quality of Life on Persons Living With AIDS)
18.00 Invited Speaker keynote Amapola Arimany (Guatemalan Olympic Committee (COG), AND the Guatemalan National Sports Confederation (CDAG)? Guatemala) Modelo de Educación Olímpica – HOODLINKS – Programa de deporte y valores. Expansión y transferencia
18.30 Invited Speaker: Juan Antonio Moreno Murcia (Universidad Miguel Hernández en Elche (Alicante, España), Motivación en el deporte. Claves para el éxito
19.00 Invited Speaker: Carlos Soares Pernambuco (Universidade Estácio de Sá, Brazil) ACUPSPORT: Using acupuncture to enhance athletes performance
19.30 Invited Speaker: Mauro Cesar Gurgel de Alencar Carvalho (Instituto Colégio Pedro II – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Aplicacion de la Realidad Mista para enseñansa del Judo
20. 00 Invited Speaker keynote: Oscar Fabián Rubiano Espinosa (Universidad Libre: Bogota, Colombia) Análisis biomecanico y electromiografico en ciclistas de alto rendimiento
20.30 Invited Speaker keynote: Paula Paraguassú Brandão (Universidade Estácio de Sá – Brasil) Nutrición Deportiva y Sostentabilidad

Chair: Dr Ian Whyte

9.30 Thematic session oral presentations (10mins +5 min Q+A):
9.30 Klára Vomáčková1, Jiří Nykodým1 (1Masaryk University Brno – Faculty of Sport Studies, Czech Republic) STANDARDIZATION OF THE ADULT DEVELOPMENTAL CO-ORDINATION DISORDER/DYSPRAXIA CHECKLIST (ADC) IN CZECH LANGUAGE
9.45 Možná, T., Válková, H. (Department of Social Sciences and Sport Management, Faculty of Sports Studies/Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic) VERIFICATION OF THE MABC-2 IN CHILDREN WITH ASD AGED 7-10 YEARS IN THE CZECH SOCIO-CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT
10.00 Emeljanovas, A.1, Mieziene, B.1, Jusiene, R.2, Girdzijauskiene, S.2, Breidokiene, R.2, Kasalyniene, J.2, Sabaliauskas, S.1, Eiliakaite, I.1, Babkovskiene, E.1, Speicyte-Ruschhoff, E.2, Budiene, V.1, Zvirdauskas, D.1 (1Vilnius University, Faculty of Medicine; 2 Vilnius University, Faculty of Philosophy) PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IS A PROTECTIVE FACTOR FOR PSYCHOSOCIAL RISKS AMONG SCHOOL STUDENTS DURING QUARANTINE
10.20 Invited Speaker keynote Dr Michal Kumstat (Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic) Sports nutrition: Where are we? Where do we go?
10.50 Invited Speaker keynote: Istvan Soos (University of Physical Education, Budapest, Hungary) Behaviour Change Models and Physical Activity Promotion
11.20 Invited Speaker keynote Dr Lisa Board, University of Sunderland, England, UK: Homeworking during a global pandemic – Impact on physical and mental health in healthcare workers
12.00 Thematic session oral presentations ( 10mins +5 min Q+A):
12.00 Robert Çitozi1, Ferdinand Mara1, Aurora Hila2, Klajdi Xhebexhiu1, Henri Dibra2 (1Faculty of Physical Activity and Recreation, Department of Physical Activity Recreation and Tourism, Sports University of Tirana, Albania, 2Teachers of Physical Education in Shkodra and Tirana, Albania) COVID-19 AND ITS EFFECTS ON BEHAVIORS AND HABITS TOWARDS PROPER NUTRITION, ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION AND SMOKING IN OUR STUDENTS.
12.15 Zhavoronkova K., Belova Ju., Ershova N., Dytko E. (Velikie Luki State Academy of Physical Education and Sports, Velikie Luki, Russia) ORGANIZATION OF FUNCTIONAL AQUA FITNESS CLASSES FOR WOMEN IN GYM (ON LAND) AND IN THE WATER IN A SPORTS POOL
12.30 Pavlína Vaculíková1, Adéla Paclíková1, Michaela Kotková2, Ivan Struhár3, and Dominika Nancy Balousová1 (1Department of Gymnastics and Combatives, Faculty of Sports Studies, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic; 2Department of Sports, Faculty of Sports Studies, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic; 3Department of Health Promotion, Faculty of Sports Studies, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic) IMPACT OF WHOLE-BODY ELECTROMYOSTIMULATION AND RESISTANCE TRAINING ON BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN WOMEN AT RISK OF OSTEOPOROSIS
12.45 Alena Skotáková1, Jitka Čihounková1, Andrea Martincová1 (1Department of Gymnastics and Combatives, Faculty of Sports Studies, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic) A LEVEL OF ASSURANCE OF SELF – DEFENSE INSTRUCTORS FOR WORKING WITH PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

13.00- 14.00 Break and Poster Sessions

Chair: Prof Nenad Stojiljkovic

14.00 Invited Speaker: Laura Forrest (University of the West of Scotland, UK) Women and Girls’ Participation in Sport and Physical Activity: The Impact of the Menstrual Cycle
14.30 Invited Speaker Dr Antonello Lorenzini (University of Bologna, Italy) Aging and Obesity: their links and lifestyle strategies to counteract them
15.00 Invited speaker keynote: Pablo Perez Aleixandre (Head Analyst of Sheffield United FC, UK) The Challenges of Analysts in Elite soccer
15.30 Invited Speaker: Ivan Krakan (Facultly of Kineziology, Croatia) Conditioning in Soccer
16.00 ORAL PRESENTATIONS: ( 10mins +5 min Q+A):
16.00 Josip Cvenić, Jurica Lovrinčević, Karla Kurbalić (Faculty of Kinesiology, J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia) DIFFERENCES IN SITUATION-RELATED INDICATORS OF THE HANDBALL GAME IN DIFFERENT TOURNAMENT DESIGNS AT EUROPEAN MEN’S CHAMPIONSHIPS 2018 AND 2020
16.15 Tonća Jukić1, Dora Mimica1, Biljana Popeska2 ( 1Department of Pedagogy, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Split, Split, Republic of Croatia, 2Department of Humanities, Faculty of Educational Sciences, University Goce Delcev Stip, Stip, Republic of North Macedonia) MENTAL TOUGHNESS OF YOUNG FOOTBALL PLAYERS: DIFFERENCES REGARDING THEIR AGE AND SPORTS EXPERIENCE
16.30 Petr Vajda1, Kateřina Strašilová1, Jan Cacek1, Zdenko Reguli1 (1Department of Gymnastics and Combatives, Faculty of Sports Studies, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic) HORMONAL RESPONSE TO SIMULATED BOXING MATCH AND RELATION TO PERCEIVED SELF-EFFICACY AND IMPORTANCE OF WINNING
16.45 Selecka, Michaela1, Hagovska, Magdalena2 ( 1Department of Health Promotion, Faculty of Sports Studies, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic; 2Department of Physiatry, Balneology, and Medical Rehabilitation, Institution – Faculty of Medicine, PJ Safarik University, Kosice, Slovak Republic) THE PREVALENCE AND IMPACT OF STRESS URINARY INCONTINENCE ON QUALITY OF LIFE IN YOUNG NULLIPAROUS SPORTSWOMEN PRACTICING HIGH- INTENSITY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
17.00 Jitka Čihounková1, Zdenko Reguli1, Lenka Svobodová1 ( 1Department of Gymnastics and Combatives, Faculty of Sports Studies, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic) RELIABILITY OF THE CZECH VERSION OF THE FALLS EFFICACY SCALE INTERNATIONAL (FES-I) AND SHORT FALLS EFFICACY SCALE INTERNATIONAL (SHORT FES-I) IN ELDERLY PEOPLE
17.15 Zakharova A. and Dytko E (Department of Physiology and Sports Medicine, Faculty of Physical Education and Sports, Velikie Luki State Academy of Physical Culture and Sports, Velikie Luki, Russia) Development of physical culture and sports in the Pskov region from 2016 to 2021

Spanish language Session
Chair: Esther Soler

17.45 Invited speaker: Danielli Mello (Army Physical Education School (EsEFEx), Fort São João, in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Termografia infravermelha aplicada às ciências do esporte – Infrared Thermography Applied to Sports Science
18.15 Invited speaker: Dr Juan Pedro Fuentes-Garcia (Universidad de Extremadura, Spain) Analysis of psychophysiological stress in sports performance
18.45 Invited Speaker keynote: Richard Haiti Cabral (University Tiradentes, Aracaju, Brazil, Cardiologia, Ejercício y Salud) – title to follow
19.15 Invited Speaker keynote: José Alberto Frade Martins Parraça ( Universidade de Évora, Portugal) and Maria Dolores Apolo (University of Extramadura, Spain) El Porcentage de saturación de O2 y Frecuencia cardíaca em distintas intensidades de ejercicio vibratório corporal
19.45 Invited Speaker keynote: Pablo Marco Pardo (Catholic University San Antonio of Murcia (UCAM), Spain) Entreinamiento de la fuerza para envejecimiento saludable en personas mayores.
20.15 Invited Speaker keynote: David Manzano-Sánchez (University of Murcia, Spain) Motivation and personal and social responsibility in physical education: a step further
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.45 Invited Speaker keynote: Rudy Jose Nodari Junior (Universidade do Oeste de Santa Catarina, Brazil) Dermatoglyphics: Fingerprints as a mark of biological individuality

Chair: Professor Joel Gaillard

9.30 Invited Speaker keynote: Alfonso Valero-Valenzuela (University of Murcia, Spain) Motivation and personal and social responsibility in physical education: a step further
10.00 Invited Speaker keynote: Eddie Bradley (University of Sunderland, England, UK) Factors Affecting Injury and Performance in Police Firearms Officers
10.30 Invited Speaker keynote: Katalin Kovács (Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary) Motivation of Physical Activity among University Students. Is there a Future for Online Physical Activity Courses?
11.00 Invited Speaker keynote: Ferenc Köteles (Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Hungary) Keep moving. The psychological background of recreational physical activity?
11.30 Invited Speaker keynote: Francisco José Félix Saavedra (Universidade, de Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Portugal) Related outcomes of strength training in children and adolescents
12.30 Conference Closing

 

Šerbetar, I., Peharda, P., Plečko, A. (Department of Kinesiology, Faculty of Teacher Education, University of Zagreb, Čakovec, Croatia) OLDER CHILDREN’S INFLUENCE ON THEIR YOUNGER SIBLINGS’ FITNESS

Tijana Purenović-Ivanović1*, Raša Dejanović1, Danijela Živković1, Saša Bubanj1, Anđela Đošić1 and Anne Elliott2 1 (Faculty of Sport and Physical Education, University of Niš, Niš, Serbia; 2 Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of London Sport Institute, Middlesex University, London, United Kingdom) THE EFFECTS OF RESISTANCE TRAINING ON BONE MINERAL DENSITY IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN

Orsolya Nemeth-Toth1, Judit H. Ekler1, Miklos Koltai1, Julia Patakine Bosze2 (1Institute of Sports Science, Faculty of Education and Psychology, Eotvos Lorand University, Szombathely, Hungary, 2 Institute of Health Promotion and Sport Sciences Eotvos Lorand University, Faculty of Education and Psychology, Budapest, Hungary) PROBLEMS AND ADVANTAGES DURING ONLINE EDUCATION IN THE FIELD OF SPORTS SCIENCE

Nemeth, T. Z1 Bella, D 2.; Dancs, H.1 (1ELTE Savaria University Centre (Szombathely, Hungary; 2ELTE Faculty of Education and Psychology, Institute of Health Promotion and Sports Science, Budapest, Hungary; 1ELTE, Faculty of Education and Psychology Institute of Sports, Szombathely, Hungary) SUSTAINABILITY ASPECTS AT AN INTERNATIONAL INDOOR GYMNASTICS EVENT

Bella, D1 .; Nemeth, T. Z2.; Dancs, H.1 (1 ELTE, Faculty of Education and Psychology, Institute of Health Promotion and Sports Science, Budapest, Hungary; 2ELTE Savaria University Centre, Szombathely, Hungary; 1ELTE, Faculty of Education and Psychology Institute of Sports Science, Szombathely, Hungary) SUSTAINABILITY ASPECTS AT AN INTERNATIONAL OUTDOOR WATER EVENT

Rosca, S.1, Davis, P.1 & Whyte, I.2 (1University of Sunderland, Sunderland, UK; 2International Network of Sport and Health Sciences) Staying Dry or Taking the Plunge? Factors That Influence Participation in Masters Swimming?

Juhász Rebeka 1 , Kiss-Geosits Beatrix 2 , Bárdos György 1 (1Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, Pedagógiai és Pszichológiai Kar, Neveléstudományi Doktori Iskola, Sport-és Egészségnevelés Program; 2Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, Pedagógiai és Pszichológiai Kar, Sporttudományi Intézet, Szombathely) LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF THE MENTAL HEALTH OF THOSE EMPLOYED AS TEACHERS IN A HUNGARIAN PUBLIC EDUCATION INSTITUTION IN THE LIGHT OF THE SITUATION CAUSED BY THE SARS-COV-2 PANDEMIC, WITH A 5-ITEM WHO WELL-BEING QUESTIONNAIRE (WBI-5)

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