Piotr Cych's research while affiliated with Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego we Wrocławiu and other places

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Nature sports in general and hiking in particular have become, in our urban and post-industrial societies, a growing phenomenon practiced by millions of citizens. The motivations and interests of this large group are varied, but they have a common element: to disconnect from stressful modern life and reconnect with nature. National parks and other...
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Purpose. The aim of this work is to accurately diagnose risk factors, determine and evaluate existing legal regulations for tourist foot-orienteering competitions set in mountain areas , and to develop procedures for organisers of these events. Methods. Analysis of documents was used as the main method in the work. In addition, the design method wa...
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Purpose This study aimed to examine differences between track and field (T&F) runners and foot-orienteers (Foot-O) in the walking and running tests in the absence of vision and hearing. We attempted to determine whether experienced foot orienteers show better ability to maintain the indicated direction compared to track and field runners. Methods...
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Background: Alcohol consumption is becoming increasingly popular among teenagers in Poland and affects younger and younger people. Many government promotional campaigns are aimed at reducing this phenomenon. There is an opinion that encouraging young people to practice sports and promoting a healthy lifestyle through sports and physical recreation...

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... Although studies about outdoor workers have assessed their KAP toward TBE preventive measures [10,14,[23][24][25][26], occupational physicians have been scarcely investigated. Therefore, the main endpoint of this study is to assess KAP of occupational physicians concerning TBE preventive measures, particularly TBE vaccination, in order to assess factors associated with TBE vaccine acceptancy, and alternative or complementary preventive practices. ...
... Adolescents Among adolescents, null associations (k = 17, mean N = 2,573, SD = 5,299) [27,36,[41][42][43][44]50,57,58,64,77,87,98,100,104,105,112] were slightly more common than positive associations between physical activity and alcohol use (k = 14, mean N = 23,305, SD = 31,248) [23,31,37,48,49,53,61,69,80,83,86,88,91 ,114]. Negative associations between physical activity and alcohol use were relatively uncommon (k = 6, mean N = 2,837, SD = 4,016) [35,38,66,81,103,108]. As seen in Table 1, samples were recruited in the USA, Canada, Europe, Brazil, and South Africa. ...