1.6.2014 (Sunday)
17:00 - 19:15
Registration M&H 2014


2.6.2014 (Monday)
8:30 - 10:00
Registration M&H 2014
10:30 - 11:00
Opening ceremony
11:00 - 12:00
Keynote lecture: James Sallis
New and Evidence-Based Strategies for Promoting Youth Physical Activity In Schools and Communities
12:00 - 13:00
13:00 - 14:00
Keynote lecture: Jude Hirsch
Win:Win Collaborations in the Experiential Learning Classroom & Beyond: Student Assessment
14:00 - 15:30
Session 1A

Mitáš, J. Neighborhood walkability in physical activity of Czech adults – national representative study

Lee, S. Parents’ Perceived Neighborhood Environment as a Determinant of Physical Activity Engagement and Resilience among Children

Pelclová, J. Associations between proximity to destinations and meeting walking recommendations when walking for transport: Differences between men and women

Neuls, F. Monitoring of physical activity using internet maps: A verification study

Liou, Y.M. The Construct and Verification of the Pattern of Environments for Predict the Obesity Rate of Elementary School: A National Based Study.

Rubín, L. IPEN Adolescent Czech Republic: A pilot study from Hradec Králové
14:00 - 15:30
Session 6

Práger, L. Sports, Heroes, and Personal Narratives: A Cognitive Narratological Approach

Halák, J. The concept of „institution“ (Stiftung) as a contribution to the theory of experiential education

Svoboda, J. Spiritual growth through experiential education? Towards more accurate research design

Hájková, Z. Wellness program: a way to healthy and quality life?

Stará, J. Experiental wellness program: a way to healthy and quality life?
14:00 - 15:30
Session 4A

Botek, M. Association between vagal activity and aerobic capacity response after eight weeks winter preparation in soccer players

Suchý, J. Usefulness of training camps at high altitude for well-trained adolescents

Cieśla, E. Levels of Physical Fitness Among 6-7 Years-Old Children in Poland

Hedari Nik, H. The effects of velocity and angle of takeoff on standing long jump in children with different age groups

Xaverová, Z. Changes in muscle strength of adolescent soccer players

Muckova, A. Kinematic analysis of motor behaviour in preterm infants
15:30 - 16:00
Coffee break and Poster session 1

Balaban, V. Analysis of correlations between fundamental motor skills, motor abilities and intensity of physical activity in primary school age children

Halawani, H. Relationship of school obesity and motor skills of elementary age students

Honzikova, L. COP movement during gait in children with flexible flat foot

Idrizović, K. Talent identification model in women’s long jump

Illona, P. Restoration of body fluid volumes after a heat stress and exercise-induced dehydration in unacclimated men

Klugarová, J. The highest level of Evidence – Efectiveness of hallux valgus surgery: systematic review protocol

Lauermanová, L. Laughter Yoga in the context of active leisure of children and adolescents: A narrative review of the literature of potential benefits of laughter yoga and practical use laughter yoga in children and adolescents.

Liou, Y.M. Impact of urbanization on obesity-related environmental factors in Taiwan.

Lubowiecki-Vikuk, A.P. Personal and environmental determinants of junior high school youth participation in sport (Central Poland)

Matochkina, A. Social educational aspects of the formation of physical activity among school-aged children.

Miao, L. Energy expenditure during skipping rope to explore teen weight lose

Muckova, A. Kinematic analysis of motor behaviour in preterm infants

Mikkola, H. The physical activity of 1st graders – using new physical activity technology with children to research and to learn about physical activity

Nama, A. Effect of Six-week Breathing Exercise and Yogaasana on Motor Learning of Simple Basketball Shooting Skills

Żbikowski, J. Assessment of occupational mobility and recreational physical activity of the disabled: a cross-sectional study of countrymen with disabilities in Poland

Šelingerová, M. Relationship between bone mineralisation and skeletal maturity in adolescent athletes

Tománková, K. Static foot geometry among Czech adults age 45 years and older: body composition as a risk factor.

Wittmannová, J. Playwork: Project VIPER as gap-bridging instrument of volunteering and out of school childcare sector in the Czech Republic

Xing, R. Comparison different ways of sit-ups abdominal exercise effect adolescent lumbar muscles
16:00 - 17:00
Keynote lecture: Lee Gillis
Adventure Therapy and adolescent mental health
Social evening - CAESAR
Folklor night
The social meeting in the regional folklore style. Cultural program, music, warm and cold reception, lease of this historical place and welcome drink is included within the conference fee. Please, be aware that the drinks are not included within the conference fee and are covered by the participants on their own.


3.6.2014 (Tuesday)
7:00 - 8:00
Optional physical activities
For Conference participants, we organize a common morning jogging in historical parks, tai-chi, common and adapted cycling ride to the Olomouc rounds.
8:30 - 9:30
Keynote lecture: Joseph Hamill
Does changing footfall patterns improve running performance?
9:30 - 10:00
Coffee break
10:00 - 11:30
Session 4B

Svoboda, Z. Variability of pressure distribution during gait in children with heel valgus

Martinásková E. Foot kinematic analysis in children with clinical flatfoot

Kubisová, M. The effect of motor proficiency to pressure distribution during gait in pre-school children – pilot study

Hirjaková, Z. Visual and vibrotactile biofeedback for balance control in young people

Muckova, A. Kinematic analysis of motor behaviour in preterm infants

Valdmanová, L. Musculoskeletal computer model used for gait analysis
10:00 - 11:30
Session 1B

Sigmund, E. Effect of Longitudinal School-Based Physical Activity Intervention on Reducing Overweight and Obesity of Czech Children Aged 6-12 Years

Robinson, D. Making Tracks 1.0: Action Researching a School-Based Active Transportation Education Program

Salonna, F. Is the increase of BMI among Czech adolescents and young adults associated to the perception of environmental factors and physical activity?

Buergi, R. Where are children physically active? Localization of physical activity in primary school children using accelerometer and GPS

Bešić, D. The Influence of Socioeconomic Factors on Healthy Active Lifestyle in Elementary School- aged Children
10:00 - 11:30
Session 2A

Tomatis, L. Reference values of fitness tests for Swiss first grade school children

Kokštejn, J. Motor competence in Czech children aged 11-15 years: What is the incidence of DCD?

Valtr, L. The effect of gender, age, height, weight and body mass index on performance in Movement Assessment Battery for Children 2nd edition in adolescents

Šlachtová, M. The different movement strategy in preschool children

Palomo, M. The effects of various visual conditions on the gait cycle in children with different level of motor coordination-a pilot study
11:30 - 12:30
12:30 - 13:30
Keynote lecture: Mark De Ste Croix
Physical activity and sport aren't good for you: Examining injury risk in youth sport
13:30 - 15:00
Session 2B

Gába, A. Is moderate-to-vigorous physical activity or steps per day more related to adiposity in a sample of Czech children?

Abdollahipour, R. Performance of a gymnastics skill benefits from an external focus of attention

Collard, D. Physical activity and overweight are associated with physical fitness elements in primary school children

Allawy, M. Differences in Athletic Agression among Egyptian Junior Players according to Type of Sport Activity

Roztočil, T. Efficiency of P.E. lessons with short relays and parcours
13:30 - 15:00
Session 5A

Stelzer, J. How a different level of motivation to participate in physical activity affects the professional knowledge and healthy lifestyle of two groups of university students located in two countries.

Jakubec, L. Association between physical activity, well-being and physical fitness during school days in adolescents

Křen, F. The usage of the Internet for the research and promotion of physically active and health lifestyle

Klimešová, I. Gender differences in eating habits of elementary school children

Brovey, A. Using Tablet Computers to Support and Encourage Physical Activity in the School

Kudláček, M. Competencies of general physical educators for inclusive physical education
13:30 - 15:00
Session 7

Schwartzhoffová, E. Summer Camps as a Phenomenon in Children’s Travel

Stloukalová, B. Monitoring of swimming education at swimming schools

Sala, J. Prerequisites and the directions for restructuring of spas in Poland

Vičar, M. Comparison of the Children Sport Talent Models in the UK
15:00 - 15:30
Coffee break and Poster session 2

Agricola, A. The relative age effect on tennis performance in the adolescents

Cristi Montero, C. Critical periods in body weight gain in Chilean schools: Winter vacation and National Holidays.

Dimitrijoska, S. The mentors' program for children in the conflict

Drobek, W. Active tourism in the Nysa-Jeseník borderland and the local and regional historical-cultural heritage

Dvorak, D. Consumers and Health in H&WB Destinations – Partial Results from Project WelDest

Chmelík, F. Level of physical activity in adolescent boys playing active video games

Kasuyama, T. Comparison of the deep squatting pattern in the upper and lower grades of Japanese elementary school children

Korvas, P. The analysis of Tourism in Brno region

Kowalik, K. Sport, tourism and recreation as a form of religiosity on the basis of selected examples of Catholic youth ministry in Poland

Lelonek, M. Appropriate body mass and motor fitness in children and teenagers stemming from Kielce

Lelonek, M. Comparative analysis of physical development level in children and teenagers living in Poland and The Czech Republic

Lelonek, M. Level of motor skills and motor fitness in 5-year-olds participating in extra motor classes

Martínez-Bello, V. Older people can not move! A content analysis of the motor level activity in the pictures of early childhood education textbooks

Opočenský, J. Opinions of Czech and Norwegian cross-country skiing coaches to youth sports training

Pirsl, D. The influence of physical education curricula on the development of balistic and and repetitive muscle potential in primarys school pupils

Plewnia, D. Recreation and sport In pre-school athletics

Pyky, R. Profiles of physically inactive young men

Stelmach, M. Compliance with the recommendation of physical activity using accelerometers as the controller and motivating method in the treatment of obesity in children

Šafář, M. Psychosocial risks of excessive movement activities in children and youth along with the factors linked to the dropout of the girls organized movement activities

Tokimoto, K. Children’s Play and Exercise in Fukushima Prefecture Following the 2011 Nuclear Accident

Zaręba, M. The level of motor skills developed by children at the age of 6 in relation to birth weight

Zhuang, J. Effectiveness of 12-wk Jump Rope Intervention on Elementary Students’ Physical Fitness
16:30 - 18:00
Optional workshops & activities Tandem jump
Sports competition in selected sports and target sports
Tandem jump
(In addition to the theoretical programme is ready for a tandem jump with a trained instructor)
17:00 - 18:00
Round table
(for the Czech participants) - Co je MABC-2 a jak může pomoci v diagnostice motorického vývoje dětí ?
Social evening - PODKOVAparticipants are encouraged to bring fashion accessory from the 30s.
Jazz night
This social evening will be in the Jazz tuning/atmosphere and should be taken as the optional/complementary event. In case you don’t want to spend the evening on your own/alone on some other place you can use this “partly organized” entertainment. There will be also chance to play Casino (roulette, black jack, dices), which will be managed by the organizing staff members. This part will be in the spirit of the 30s and the participants are kindly encouraged to bring some fashion accessory from this era. Music, lease of the place, basic opening refreshments are included within the conference fee. You will also have the opportunity to buy a dinner and drinks from the Restaurant Podkova offer.


4.6.2014 (Wednesday)
7:00 - 8:00
Optional physical activities
For Conference participants, we organize a common morning jogging in historical parks, tai-chi, common and adapted cycling ride to the Olomouc rounds.
8:30 - 9:30
Keynote lecture: Keynote lecture: John Cairney
Motor coordination as a fundamental cause of inactivity and health in children and youth: what's the evidence?
9:30 - 10:00
Coffee break
10:00 - 11:30
Session 3A
Invited speaker: Scheetz, N.A. Communication Strategies Coaches and PE Teachers Use To Communicate with Players/Students at Residential Schools for the Deaf in the US

Válková, H. Special Olympics Healthy Athlete program: concept and relation with HBSC study

Liu, Y. Study on Prospective Physical Education Teachers’ Intentions toward Inclusive Physical Education in China

Popiel, M. Physical activity by tourism of people with special needs

Halawani, H. Barriers to participation in physical activity/exercise for students with physical disabilities

Zounková, I. Objectivizing the Assessment of Motor Development in Infants and Young Toddlers
10:00 - 11:30
Session 5B

Borraccino, A. Association between Sedentary behaviors and eating behaviors in Italian 11, 13, 15 old young adolescents

Bezerra, J. Excessive TV watching time among adolescents from the state of pernambuco, Brazil: what has happened over a five-year period?

Cristi Montero, C. Changes in body composition, physical activity and food intake during the national holidays in Chilean children.

Baďura, P. Test-retest reliability of the questionnaire on physical activity and sedentary behaviour

Vasickova, J. Popularity of school physical education and its effect on performed number of steps

Adar, B.Z. Prolonged sitting and physical inactivity in relate to postural deformities and back pain complains among school children
10:00 - 11:30
Session 8A

Neumannova, K. The effect of 4-week pulmonary rehabilitation programme on chest expansion in children with mild bronchial asthma disease

Valouchova, P. Motor Coordination Disturbance in Preschool and School Age Children – Movement Therapy according to Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)

Smékal, D. Diagnostics and physiotherapy of Sinding-Larsen-Johansson syndrome

Kobesova, A. Kolar’s approach to Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS): A Developmental Kinesiology Approach for Pain, Dysfunction and Optimal Performance

Suzan, Z. Kolar’s approach to Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) A Developmental Kinesiology Approach to Prevent Athletic Injuries and Achieve Optimal Sport Performance
11:30 - 12:30
12:30 - 12:45
Keynote lecture: Józef Opara
Sequelae of traumatic brain injury in childhood and adolescence
13:30 - 15:00
Session 8A

Opavský, J. Motor skills in child with a unilateral congenital below elbow deficiency performed with the use of myoelectric prosthesis – a case report

Jančíková, V. How should we treat elbow fractures in children?

Nemcová, N. The quality of the CTh erection of infants and its influence on the function of the posture and performance in adulthood

Kasbparast Jui Ray, M. Effect of physical activity on blood pressure among hypertensive patients

Chválová, O. Oscillation- anti-gravity method - one of possible answers to the challenge of the IT age?
13:30 - 15:00
Session 5C

Allen, K. Validity and Reliability of the Test of Gross Motor Development-3 (TGMD-3) with the Use of Visual Supports for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Foran, A. Exergame play for physical activity and social engagement in young adults with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder

Ferreira, J. Physical Activity of ambulatory and non-ambulatory youngsters with Cerebral Palsy: A descriptive profile

Kwok, N. Personal Factors in serial mediation with physical activity in Finnish adolescents with Long-term illness and Disabilities
15:00 - 15:30
Coffee break and Poster session 2

Abdolmaleki, Z. A structural equation model of physical self-concept among girl children and adolescents: with role of puberty

Baloun, L. The results of the pilot comparative study SE-PETE-D questionnaire at the selected public Universities

Djordjevic, I. Assessment of motor development in 5-7 years old children involved in organized physical activity

Djordjic, V. Experience of Physical Education Teachers in Inclusive Education and Perceived Needs for Support

Đorđić, V. Previous experience of general education PE teachers from Serbia in teaching students with disabilities, difficultiesand disadvantages

Gasilewski, J. Selection of a dominant leg in hurdle races

Hong-Min, L. Sport Education as a Pedagogical Application for Students with disabilities in Physical Education

Iskra, J. Recreation and sport in pre-school athletics

Krejčí, E. The Effect of Hippotherapy on Level of Memory and Attention of Children with Cerebral Palsy

Martínez-Bello, D. Silenced bodies in the pictures of early childhood education textbooks

Migdauová, A. Results of the research project: Inclusion of pupils with physical disabilities into physical education in schools in Prague and Central Bohemian region

Petrová, L. Using elements of Adventure Therapy for children and youth with special needs

Protić, M. Impact of Physical Activity on Inhibitory Control Component of Executive Functions in Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities: A Review

Protić-Gava, B. Motor abilities of typically developing adolescents and adolescents with mild intellectual disabilities

Sabzi, A. The effect of different intensity exercises-induced arousal on Discriminative Reaction Time

Sklenaříková, A. Temporal and Content Trends in Research: Analysis of Abstracts Presented at EUCAPA Congresses from 2004 – 2012

Sklenaříková, J. Training Methods for Paravaulting Athletes: Theoretical Overview

Struhár, I. Effects of core stability programme for young football players on the level of postural stability

Vařeková, R. Obesity in asthmatic children

Wittmannová, J. Structure of leisure time activities in youth with physical disability

Yang, L. Effects of Inclusive Physical Education Intervention on Students without disabilities in the Current Chinese Compulsory Education

Zaręba, M. The level of physical fitness in prematurely born children in early school years

Zhang, X. The comparison of adapted physical education teacher training program between Palacky university and Xi’an university of sport
15:30 - 16:30
Keynote lecture: James H. Rimmer
Adapted Physical Activity Guidelines for Promoting Inclusion and Wellness of Czech Youth with Disabilities into Existing Evidence-Based Physical Activity/Obesity Prevention Programs for Non-Disabled Czech Youth
16:30 - 17:30
Session 3C Round table – „dis” HBSC
Social evening - KONVIKT
Closing ceremony of the conference and opening ceremeny of the HBSC meeting.
The closing ceremony of the 7th International Movement and Health 2014 conference and the opening ceremony of the HBSC meeting will be held in the Konvikt. This unique opportunity will connect two main events of the Scientific Week in Olomouc, organized by the Faculty of physical culture, Palacký University Olomouc (Movement and Health 2014 conference and HBSC Spring meeting: Olomouc 2014. This social event will be also opened for the other members of the international projects of the Faculty of physical culture. The essential part of this event will be the concert of the famous Czech musicotherapist, which will take place in the chapel of the beautiful architectonic building of the Konvikt – the number of visitors of this concert is limited (the capacity of the chapel is 100 people). Music, rich refreshments, soft drinks, the basic offer of different kinds of wine and beer, as well as the lease of the place are included within the conference fee. The other drinks and food will be available for you to buy on site.
Music therapy
Music therapy -concert of the professional music therapist. He will perform play on various instruments, which are useful for particular psycho-somatic issues and illnesses. The concert will be situated in the Chapel next to the main social event on Wednesday evening.


1. Environmental Factors of Physical Activity
2. Movement in the Development of Children
3. Physical Activity and Sport in Children and Adolescents with Special Needs
4. Biomechanical and Physiological Aspects of Movement in Children and Adolescents
5. Sedentary Behavior in Children and Adolescents
6. Experiential Education in Movement and Health
7. Sport Management and Tourism for Quality of Life
8. Movement in Management of Injuries and Diseases in Children and Adolescents

Workshops and activities:
EOES - Experimental and Outdoor Education Symposium
Round table (for the Czech participants) - Co je MABC-2 a jak může pomoci v diagnostice motorického vývoje dětí ?

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