9780419221005

Children and Exercise XIX: Promoting Health and Well-being

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    9780419221005

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    041922100X

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1998-08-07
  • Publisher: Taylor & Franci

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Summary

Based on the International Symposium of the European Group of Pediatric Work Physiology in September 1997, this book offers a compendium of current research in pediatric health and exercise science. It will be a useful source for health professionals, researchers and students.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements xi
Preface xiii
The Joseph Rutenfranz Lecture 1997 1(2)
The 1997 Rutenfranz memorial lecture
A scientific voyage through research in children's health --- from heart via muscle to bone
3(20)
H.C.G. Kemper
T. Tsahalina
Part I: Lifestyle, Health and Well-Being
Keynote Lecture
The effects of lifestyle on children's health and well-being
23(8)
P-O. Astrand
Exercise tolerance and quality of life in paediatric lung transplant recipients
31(6)
P.A. Nixon
D.M. Orenstein
P.J. Rebovich
B.E. Noyes
G. Kurland
S.A. Webber
F.J. Fricker
Weight-bearing physical activity and bone health in prepubertal girls
37(5)
J.S. Carlson
G.A. Naughton
F. Morris
J. Wark
Experienced health: longitudinal relationships with lifestyle and objective health parameters
42(5)
J.W.R. Twisk
H.C.G. Kemper
W. Van Mechelen
J. Snel
G.B. Post
F.J. Van Lenthe
Longitudinal relationships between resting heart rate, maximal oxygen uptake and activity
47(6)
W. Van Mechelen
H.C.G. Kemper
J.W.R. Twisk
F.J. Van Lenthe
G.B. Post
Biological maturation in relation to lifestyle from adolescence into adulthood
53(4)
G.B. Post
H.C.G. Kemper
J.W.R. Twisk
The longitudinal association between physical fitness and fat distribution
57(6)
F.J. Van Lenthe
H. C. G. Kemper
W. Van Mechelen
J.W.R. Twisk
Aerobic fitness and fat patterning in adolescent boys
63(6)
W. Bell
Aerobic fitness, physical activity and body fatness in adolescents
69(6)
C.A.G. Boreham
J.J. Strain
J.W.R. Twisk
W. Van Mechelen
J.M. Savage
G.W. Cran
A biopsychosocial approach to family-based management of obese children
75(6)
G. Biltz
J. Seigal
T. Davis
K. Pfaffinger
T. Rondeau-Ambrose
Secular trend changes in Hungarian schoolboys
81(7)
A. Farkas
R. Frenkl
Physical characteristics and fitness measurements of intellectually impaired boys
88(5)
A. Barabas
J. Buday
Developmental coordination disorder: exploring the condition through single case study
93(6)
J. Hammond
A. Philpott
Physical and motor structure characteristics of 11 to 17 year olds
99(6)
T. Szabo
J. Papai
Lipids and lipoprotein(a) as atherosclerosis factors in young athletes
105(6)
S. Clavel
S. Leaute
P. Jouanel
E. Van Praagh
Selected predictor variables and lipid-lipoprotein profile in prepubertal children
111(6)
K Tolfrey
A.M. Batterham
I.G. Campbell
Plasma fibrinogen, physical activity and aerobic fitness in children
117(10)
A.D. Mahon
C.C. Cheatham
K.Q. Kelsey
J.D. Brown
Part II: Physical Activity Patterns
Validity of two physical activity monitors in children and adolescents
127(5)
P.S. Freedson
J. Sirard
N. Debold
R. Pate
M. Dowda
J. Sallis
Validation of the Tritrac-R3D™ activity monitor during typical children's activities
132(7)
R.G. Eston
A.V. Rowlands
D.K. Ingledew
Physical activity patterns of 5 to 11 year old children
139(6)
J.R. Welsman
N. Armstrong
The free-living physical activity of schoolchildren: a longitudinal study
145(6)
S. Atkins
G. Stratton
L. Dugdill
T. Reilly
Moderate to vigorous physical activities in preadolescent children
151(6)
M. Sallo
J. Harro
A. Viru
Does the personality of parents influence the physical activity of their children?
157(6)
J. Harro
M. Sallo
N. Jaanimagi
A. Paevloo
I. Villa
H. Rimm
Familial influences on adolescents' physical activity
163(6)
S. Aznar
K. Barnes
A. Page
J. McKenna
C. Riddoch
M. Christopher
J. Goldberg
G. Simmonds
Do adolescents achieve appropriate levels of physical activity?
169(10)
U.M. Ekelund
A. Yngve
M. Sjostrom
Part III: Aerobic Performance Keynote Lecture
Keynote Lecture
The development of aerobic fitness in children
179(12)
T.W. Rowland
Keynote Lecture
Interpreting young people's exercise performance: sizing up the problem
191(13)
J.R. Welsman
Ventilatory responses to exercise in relation to sex and maturation
204(7)
N. Armstrong
B.J. Kirby
J.R. Mosney
N.C. Sutton
J.R. Welsman
Exercise induced hypoxaemia in children at altitude
211(6)
R.R. Wolfe
P.L. McCool
Acquisition of stable treadmill walking mechanics in young children
217(4)
D.W. Morgan
W. Tseh
J.L. Caputo
I.S. Craig
D.J. Keefer
P.E. Martin
Submaximal exercise in prepubertal children
221(7)
N. Armstrong
B.J. Kirby
J.R. Welsman
A.M. McManus
Oxygen uptake during continuous and discrete steady state running
228(5)
K.J. Meldrum
J.S. Carlson
G.A. Naughton
Keynote Lecture
Developmental aspects of oxygen uptake kinetics in children
233(15)
B.J. Whipp
Response of children and adolescents to onset of exercise
248(5)
W.F. Riner
M. McCarthy
L.V. DeCillis
D.S. Ward
Ratings of perceived exertion in prepubescent girls and boys
253(5)
A.M. McManus
N. Armstrong
B.J. Kirby
J.R. Welsman
Effort perception in children: a focus on testing methodology
258(9)
K.L. Lamb
S. Trask
R.G. Eston
Part IV: Anaerobic Performance and Muscular Strength
Keynote Lecture
Developmental aspects of anaerobic function
267(24)
E. Van Praagh
Comparison of muscle power between legs
291(6)
H. Hebestreit
S. Hilbert
V. Strassburg
Wingate anaerobic test performance in relation to thigh muscle volume
297(4)
M. Chia
N. Armstrong
J.R. Welsman
R.J. Winsley
G. Parsons
P. Sharpe
Test-retest reproducibility of a new isokinetic cycle ergometer
301(5)
C.A. Williams
P. Keen
Lactate, ammonia and catecholamine metabolism after anaerobic training
306(7)
L.S. Prado
A study of knee isokinetic strength in preadolescence
313(6)
A. Faro
J. Silva
A. Santos
P. Iglesias
Z. Ning
Relationship of muscle strength with muscle volume in young children
319(6)
M.B.A. De Ste Croix
N. Armstrong
J.R. Welsman
R.J. Winsley
G. Parsons
P. Sharpe
Assessment of maturity status and its relation to strength measurements
325(6)
L. Hansen
K. Klausen
J. Muller
Extension and hyperextension of the knee joint among young children
331(6)
V. Hein
Part V: Cardiovascular Function in Health and Disease
Keynote Lecture
What ``just doing it'' revealed --- a personal story for young clinicians and researchers
337(29)
W.B. Strong
Symposium: Cardiac risk factors in children
Cardiovascular stress responses predict cardiovascular functioning: a four-year follow-up
366(7)
F. Treiber
J. Del Rosario
H. Davis
B. Gutin
W.B. Strong
Relationship of total and visceral adipose tissue to cardiovascular health
373(9)
S. Owens
B. Gutin
W. Karp
M. Ferguson
S. Moorehead
J. Allison
N-A. Le
Effect of physical training on cardiovascular health in obese children
382(8)
B. Gutin
S. Owens
S. Riggs
M. Ferguson
S. Moorehead
F. Treiber
W. Karp
W. Thompson
J. Allison
M. Litaker
K. Murdison
N-A. Le
Psychosocial and lifestyle predictors of cardiovascular reactivity in youth
390(8)
L.B. Wright
F. Treiber
H. Davis
W.B. Strong
Keynote Lecture
Observations on human microvascular function in health and disease
398(7)
J.E. Tooke
A young to adult comparison of exercise plasma volume decrease
405(7)
J. Meszaros
A. Prokai
J. Mohacsi
R. Frenkl
T. Szabo
Peripubertal period decreases insulin sensitivity and glucose utilisation during exercise
412(6)
N. Boisseau
F. Rannou
P. Delamarche
M. Monnier
A. Gratas Delamarche
Estimates of glycaemic condition during exercise in children with IDDM
418(6)
G. Stratton
N. Hendry
C. Smith
S. Kerr
Cardiovascular adjustment to supine versus seated posture in prepubertal boys
424(5)
G. Koch
J. Mobert
E-M. Oyen
Cardiovascular adjustment to supine and seated postures: effect of physical training
429(5)
J. Mobert
G. Koch
O. Humplik
E-M. Oyen
Heart rate variability in 11 - to 16-year-olds
434(6)
B.J. Kirby
R.M. Kirby
An exploratory study of cardiac output responses to submaximal exercise
440(6)
C.R. Potter
N. Armstrong
B.J. Kirby
J.R. Welsman
Keynote Lecture
Cardiac rehabilitation in children. An interdisciplinary approach
446(9)
A. Calzolari
G. Biondi
Exercise testing and 24h ABPM in children after coarctation repair
455(5)
E. Pastore
U. Giordano
A. Turchetta
A. Calzolari
S. Giannico
P. Ragonese
Exercise haemodynamics and left ventricular parameters in children
460(5)
B. Gutin
S. Owens
F. Treiber
G. Mensah
Cardiopulmonary performance during exercise after paediatric bone marrow transplantation
465(7)
A.N. Hogarty
A. Leahey
N. Bunin
H. Zhao
A. Cnaan
A. Carey
S.M. Paridon
Exercise capacity following successful treatment of childhood cancer
472(7)
G. Barber
C.T. Heise
Part VI: Sport and Physical Education
Keynote Lecture
Fuels used for different athletic events: quantitative and qualitative analysis
479(15)
E.A. Newsholme
Cardiac structure and function in highly-trained prepubertal gymnasts and swimmers
494(7)
P. Obert
D. Courteix
P. Germain
A.M. Lecoq
P. Guenon
F. Stecken
Cardiac responses to exercise in elite male junior cyclists
501(6)
V.B. Unnithan
T.W. Rowland
N.T. Cable
N. Raine
Cardiovascular adjustments following maximal exercise in elite male junior cyclists
507(7)
N.T. Cable
N.M. Raine
V.B. Unnithan
T.W. Rowland
Dietary intake in adolescent orienteering athletes in Sweden
514(7)
A.K. Yngve
U.M. Ekelund
M. Sjostrom
Calcium, iron, vitamins and caloric intake among female dancers
521(6)
M.A. Violan
M.N. Zetaruk
E.W. Small
L.J. Micheli
Bone status in highly trained prepubertal girls: preliminary report
527(6)
D. Courteix
P. Obert
P. Germain
E. Lespessailles
S. Loiseau Peres
C.L. Benhamou
B. Ferry
Delayed growth and decreased energy intake in female gymnasts
533(4)
M.L. Zonderland
A.L. Claessens
J. Lefevre
R. Philippaerts
M. Thomis
The ulnar variance phenomenon: a study in young female gymnasts
537(5)
A.L. Claessens
J. Lefevre
R. Phillippaerts
M. Thomis
G. Beunen
Keynote Lecture
Moral well-being: the role of physical education and sport
542(21)
M. Lee
Author index 563(4)
Keyword index 567

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