Proceedings of the II Congresso Internacional de Atividade Física (International Congress of Physical Activity), 28, 29, 30 of September 2023, Castelo Branco, Portugal
Keywords:Physical Activity, Performance Analysis of Sport, Sport Medicine, Nutrition, Health, Biomechanics, Physical Education, Children, Exercise, Olympics
Table of Contents
Memo_Move: Effect of a dual-task exercise program on physical fitness in people aged ≥ 65 years from the community.
Objective internal load in female skydiving athletes.
Inclusion in physical education: Teacher profile.
Despite everything... competing is important.
The return to physical activity, leisure and sports in nature: The necessary (re)encounter.
The body/movement object and instrumental reason: Implications for physical education/sport.
Perceptions about physical education classes and its relationship with the construction of professional identity in future teachers.
Step by step: An ecological momentary assessment physical activity in rural elderly.
Youthful souls: Gerontopsychomotricity intervention in institutionalized elderly.
Making a splash: A multiple case study on the acute mood-boosting effects of aquarobics in seniors.
Exercising the blues away: A multiple case study on the acute mood-boosting effects of multi-component exercise in elderly women.
Happy feet: A multiple case study on the acute mood-boosting effects of a physical exercise session in institutionalized elderly.
The effect of body and muscle composition indices at the beginning of a sports season associated with the risk of injury in futsal players: A pilot study.
Perceived well-being and motives for physical activity: A sex-differentiated approach for young students.
Educate through the movement in higher education: A proposal for the improvement of well-being.
Description of Portuguese students' health-related behaviors during the COVID-19 confinement.
Self-reported physical activity of university education students: Comparative study between Portugal, Italy and Spain.
The impact of objectively-measured physical activity and sedentary behaviour in cardiovascular risk and health-related quality of life in adults: A systematic review protocol.
Differences in neuromuscular load in basketball according to player’s sex.
Land evaluation of suitability for the practice of foot orienteering using a spatial multicriteria method. A case study in the central eastern region of continental Portugal.
Load differences in basketball according to the final outcome.
Boxing injuries in Portugal.
Characterization of external and internal load metrics during the preparation for a male international elite rink hockey championship.
Correlation between squat jump and agility tests in soccer and futsal players.
Correlation between the countermovement jump and agility tests in soccer and futsal players.
Comparison between the countermovement jump in soccer and futsal players.
Comparision of squat jump between soccer and futsal players.
Analysis of the finalists of Qatar Major Premier Padel 2023.
Proposal for improvement through the global analysis of movement in the area of physical education in the primary education stage following the study of the influence of the educational system in spanish society.
Assessment tools for functional ankle instability. What they evaluate!
Association of serum adipokines levels with fat mass, lipid and glycemic profiles in middle-aged sedentary adults.
Normal range glycated hemoglobin A1c is associated with reduced pulmonary function in middle-aged adults.
Effects of a combined training program on pain, stiffness, fatigue and well-being in women with fibromyalgia.
Do teaching model, and out-of-school practice time influence tactical knowledge in school soccer?
Understanding physical activity of patients followed in psychiatry/psychology consultation.
Asymmetry in handgrip strength in children in the 2nd and 4th years of schooling.
Importance of an Intervention for the development of strength and impulse of the lower limbs in acrobatic gymnastics.
The importance of an intervention for the development of flexibility in 7- and 15-year-old children.
Teacher-student contact as a pedagogical tool in the physical-motor expression classroom and in the aquatic environment in a Portuguese school.
Effects of the order of execution of endurance training and resistance on the development of physical condition in secondary school students.
Validation of a program for teaching an alternative invasion team sport.
The good game as content of a lesson in the aquatic environment.
Exploring school PE beliefs and their impact on professional identity in future physical education teachers.
Sociocultural animation and the interaction of playing with football: The importance of multidisciplinary in child.
What do students pay attention in physical education classes?
The level of physical activity of primary school students.
External and internal load of wheelchair basketball players.
Does the goal kick influence in sport performance of blind football players?
Training to win: Analysis of performance indicators in elite football.
Analysis of the predominance of technical actions used in the 2021 European Judo Championship depending on combat time and golden score.
Biomechanical analysis of technical actions used in the 2021 European Judo Championship as a function of combat time and golden score.
Analysis of the frequency and effectiveness of the technical actions used in the 2021 European Judo Championship according to the elapsed time of combat.
Differences in agility performance tests between soccer and futsal players: A comparative study.
Imagery ability in collective sports: Comparison among soccer and futsal young practitioners.
Analysis of pedagogical behaviors among swimming teachers.
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