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An 8-week randomized controlled trial on the effects of brisk walking, and brisk walking with abdominal electrical muscle stimulation on anthropometric, body composition, and self-perception measures in sedentary adult women
Objectives: The aim of this randomized controlled trial was to examine the effects of an 8-week program of regular brisk walking, regular brisk walking with abdominal electrical muscle stimulation (EMS), and no exercise ...
Rannta traidisiúta:(7) chuaigh an mhicín seo ar an aonach, (8) aon dó, muc ís bó, (15) ag iarraidh dul a chodladh
(CDU Coláiste Mhuire Gan Smál & Oidhreacht Chorca Dhuibhne., 2006)
Rabhlaí Rabhlaí is a selection of traditional rhymes in Irish for children, published as a result of the work of Togra Béaloidis i mBunscoileanna Chorca Dhibhne, a unique curriculum development project in the area of ...
The effect of a worksite based walking programme on cardiovascular risk in previously sedentary civil servants
(Biomed Central, 2006)
Background: A significant proportion of Europeans do not meet the recommendations for 30 mins of physical activity 5 times per week. Whether lower frequency, moderate intensity exercise alters cardiovascular disease (CVD) ...
Moving closer to solving the 'mathematics problem' where it arises: The influence of the 'typical' Irish pre-tertiary mathematics experience on under-preparedness among numerate entrants
(St. Patricks College, Dublin, 2006)
The contribution of mathematics proficiency to the numerate (e.g. science, engineering) disciplines is well-documented. Internationally concern exists that graduates of these disciplines are persistently demonstrating ...
Walking and cardiovascular risk: A meta-analysis of randomised, controlled trials 2361 board #93 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM (Pre-published version)
(American College of Sports Medicine, 2006)
Walking is the most popular physical activity among the EU population, and has become an important cornerstone in many physical activity promotion campaigns. Despite this, interventions that have considered the effects of ...
Religious education and the public sphere
(The Furrow:A Journal for the Contemporary Church:Maynooth, 2006)
Dissolving boundaries: building communities of practice
(Ablex Publishing Corporation, 2006)
Dr. Roger Austin and Dr. Aidan Mulkeen in 1999 identified the opportunity that the growth of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) presented to schools and founded the Dissolving Boundaries programme from an ...
Unequal at birth: inequalities in the occurrence of low birthweight babies in Ireland
(Institute of Public Health [Ireland], 2006)