Ardelean Viorel Petru

Ardelean Viorel Petru
Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad · Faculty of Physical Education and Sport

Phd
Lecturer at the Faculty of Physical Education and Sports within A.V.U. Coordinator of Physical Activity Research Center.

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Additional affiliations
October 2001 - present
Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • I carry out teaching activities at the bachelor's and master's study cycles and research activities within the Research Center for Physical Activities.
Education
October 2010 - July 2015
University of Pitesti
Field of study
  • Physical Education and Sport Science

Publications

Publications (19)
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The KIDSCREEN-27 represents a standardized, worldwide instrument, employed to assess the health-related quality of life in children. The purpose of the present study is to validate the KIDSCREEN-27 questionnaire for 6-year-old preparatory school children and verify its reliability, as well as to perform a comparison regarding the quality of childre...
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This work is a chapter in Book: Applied Research in Digital Wellbeing – Implications for Psychological Research (Eds. Dana Rad, Tiberiu Dughi, Roxana Maier, Anca Egerău), Peter Lang Publishing House, Berlin, ISBN: 978-3-631-87105-8. Introduction. It is well known and proven that regular exercise brings health benefits, and the musculoskeletal, card...
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Problem identification. It is known that within the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) there is a personnel crisis, which is trying to be covered from external sources or through schooling in the MIA's own units; but also the increased interest of young people who aspire to a career in MIA structures. We observe that many young people require addit...
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Nowadays, when there are a lot of problems to solve and we are constantly caught up in daily tasks, it is more and more difficult to organize ourselves and make the ideal choices for our lives. We choose to smoke or not, to eat at fast food or not, to lead a sedentary or active life, etc. All these choices and behaviors can affect us to a greater o...
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This work is a chapter in Book: Applied Research in Digital Wellbeing – Implications for Psychological Research (Eds. Dana Rad, Tiberiu Dughi, Roxana Maier, Anca Egerău), Peter Lang Publishing House, Berlin, ISBN: 978-3-631-87105-8 (print), 978-3-631-87136-2 (E-PDF). Introduction. It is well known and proven that regular exercise brings health ben...
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Introduction The concept of progressive overload is one of the most well known and well understood principles in strength training around athletes. To gain muscle mass, this principle consists of progress in weight, number of repetitions, frequency and sets. Aim Although it is a widely used principle, trough our study, we wanted to ascertain if, a...
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This work is a chapter in Book: Applied Research in Digital Wellbeing – Implications for Psychological Research (Eds. Dana Rad, Tiberiu Dughi, Roxana Maier, Anca Egerău), Peter Lang Publishing House, Berlin, ISBN: 978-3-631-87105-8. Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic had a major impact on sports and beyond. People started spending increasing time at...
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Introduction and aim: In Hungary (HUN) there are everyday PE lessons (5 per week), while there are significantly fewer PE lessons (2 per week) in Slovakia (SVK). We compare SVK and HUN children who started to attend primary school in the autumn of 2018 and our main hypothesis is that more regular PE lessons have more positive effect on motor develo...
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Abstract. The study of the equipment used to practice sports as a hobby or performance has become a growing field of applied research. The professional equipment with the sensual comfort properties which it has to fulfill has become more and more a "fashion" accessory; its appearance can have a psychological impact that can influence the outcome of...
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Abstract: The purpose of the paper was to analyze the variability of the pelvis of the two athletes, knowing that there is the center of mass (GCM) and the hara, which in martial arts, especially in the kata exercises, have a special meaning. Methodology. In the study were involved two shotokatan karate practitioners, E.I. (female), age: 21 years,...
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Objectives : To establish the physical condition of “Aurel Vlaicu” Arad University' students, in relation with declared weekly physical activity, assuming that there are statistically significant differences between BMI, recreational physical activities and performances of the monitored samples according to physical condition standards data. Subjec...
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Abstract Scope. It is a well known fact that sports are developing at an increased speed in our days. We can say that sport has become a continually developing industry. Of course when we refer to sports we also refer to competition, improved performance, hard training, restrictions and sacrifices. Achieving and maintaining a high level of performa...
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Introduction: Nowdays martial arts could be practiced as a hobby, for physical and psychological training, as well as professional sport with its own competitive system and rules. In karate, especially in the kata category, it is very important how each movement and technical element is made to achieve victory. A great responsibility have referees...
Conference Paper
Objectives: To establish the physical condition of “Aurel Vlaicu” Arad University' students, in relation with declared weekly physical activity, assuming that there are statistically significant differences between BMI, recreational physical activities and performances of the monitored samples according to physical condition standards data. Subjec...
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In Romania, the secondary effects of the lack of physical activity are becoming more visible now with high incidence in children and young people, and many social and economic difficulties affecting voluntary participation of young people in physical activities. One solution could be increasing the number of hours of physical education in the publi...
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Introduction: Martial arts are practiced both as a hobby, for physical and psychological training, as well as professional sport with its own rules and competitions. How is performed every move in karate is highly important. In this article we analyze some movement in kata exercises. The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the existence of stab...
Conference Paper
Objectives. To establish the physical condition of the students of “Aurel Vlaicu” University of Arad, in relation with declared weekly physical activity, assuming that there are statistically significant differences between BMI, recreational physical activities and performances of the monitored samples according to physical condition standards data...
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Scientific evidence shows that physical inactivity is a leading risk factor for ill health, going well beyond issues related to weight control and influencing both physical and mental well-being. Over the past few years, the promotion of physical activity has increasingly been recognized in Europe as a priority for public health, and many countries...

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I am interested to see if motion analysis technology with inertial sensors can support physiotherapist to speed up the recovery of athletes or patients suffering from various musculoskeletal disorders.