New issue of European journal of adapted physical activity EUJAPA 3(1) released and availeble online Print

browser_online Dear colleagues, I would like to take this opportunity to invite you to read new issue of European Journal of Adapted Physical Activity. At the new issue of EUJAPA you can find four very interesting articles starting with very original study focused on CP Petra Race Runner by O Donnel et al (Kinesiologic and metabolic responses of persons with cerebral palsy to sustained exercise on a Petra Race Runner).

Second article by Rinske de Jong and colleagues looks at Paralympic sports from broader view of participation rates in relation to success in elite sport events (Relationships between mainstream participation rates and elite sport success in disability sports).  Fourth article by Kirsty and Kudláček looks at attitudes of Australian PETE students (Attitudes of pre-service teachers in an Australian university towards inclusion of students with physical disabilities in general physical education programs). Final article by Ehab Georgy from Hampshire Community Health Care in United Kingdom  focuses on more therapeutics topic  with study titled (Freezing of gait in Parkinson's disease: Impact on falls risk, walking aids utilization, and assistance-seeking behaviour). On behalf of EUJAPA editorial board and EUFAPA board of directors I would like to invite you to read our new EUJAPA and I also would like to with you warm and relaxing summer.

Martin Kudláček (president of EUFAPA)