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Wheelchair rugby is beneficial, both mentally and physically for people with spinal cord injuries

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Titles: Wheelchair rugby is beneficial, both mentally and physically for people with spinal cord injuries

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This is research paper and i want to focus on how new changes/new technologies /policy/ coaching style/ rules for wheelchair rugby with spinal cord injuries.

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Titles: Wheelchair rugby is beneficial, both mentally and physically for people with spinal cord injuries

 

  1. Introduction of wheelchair rugby
    1. Basic background— rules and participants

Personal Meaning of Wheelchair Rugby Participation by Five Male Athletes.

Litchke, L. G., Hodges, J. S., Schmidt, E. A., Lloyd, L. K., Payne, E., & Russian, C. J. (2012). Personal Meaning of Wheelchair Rugby Participation by Five Male Athletes. Therapeutic Recreation Journal, 46(1), 26-41.

 

  1. Benefits of being active (in general, and history)
  1. Positive effects if wheelchair rugby
    1. Physical

                                                                          i.      Effect of abdominal binding on respiratory mechanics during exercise in athletes with cervical spinal cord injury.

West, C. R., Goosey-Tolfrey, V. L., Campbell, I. G., & Romer, L. M. (2014). Effect of abdominal binding on respiratory mechanics during exercise in athletes with cervical spinal cord injury. Journal Of Applied Physiology, 117(1), 36-45.

 

ii. Effects of abdominal binding on field-based exercise responses in Paralympic athletes with cervical spinal cord injury

 

West, C. R., Campbell, I. G., Goosey-Tolfrey, V. L., Mason, B. S., & Romer, L. M. (2014). Effects of abdominal binding on field-based exercise responses in Paralympic athletes with cervical spinal cord injury. Journal Of Science & Medicine In Sport, 17(4), 351-355.

 

 

  1. Mental

                                                  i.    Development and validation of the motivation scale for disability sport consumption.

Cottingham, M., Carroll, M. S., Phillips, D., Karadakis, K., Gearity, B. T., & Drane, D. (2014). Development and validation of the motivation scale for disability sport consumption. Sport Management Review (Elsevier Science), 17(2), 49-64.

                                                                        ii.      HE IMPACT OF COMPETITION IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SPORT ON THE SELF-PERCEPTION OF INDIVIDUALS WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES

 

Cocquyt, M., & Sigmund, E. (2011). THE IMPACT OF COMPETITION IN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND SPORT ON THE SELF-PERCEPTION OF INDIVIDUALS WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES. / VLIV SOUTĚŽENI PŘI POHYBOVE AKTIVITĚ A SPORTU NA SEBEHODNOCENI JEDINCŮ S TĚLESNYM POSTIŽENIM. Acta Universitatis Palackianae Olomucensis. Gymnica, 41(1), 43-50.

 

  1. Fasten the recovery process (from injuries)
  1. Lack of awareness of activity for individuals with disability
    1. People with disability asked to reserve power/energy
    2. Lack of accessibility for people with disability in sport setting.(

i.      Limited

Reference-Athletic Assistive Technology for Persons with Physical Conditions Affecting Mobility

Hill, D., Moxley Scarborough, D., Berkson, E., & Herr, H. (2014). Athletic Assistive Technology for Persons with Physical Conditions Affecting Mobility. Journal Of Prosthetics & Orthotics (JPO), 26(3), 154-165.

  1. Rise awareness to disability sport by government and sport organization.
  1. Modifications for individuals with spinal cord injuries
    1. Government regulate new rules.

i.      Wheelchair rugby has many modifications (point system of each athletes)

Improvement of the Classification System for Wheelchair Rugby: Athlete Priorities.

Altmann, V. C., Hart, A. L., van Limbeek, J., & Vanlandewijck, Y. C. (2014). Improvement of the Classification System for Wheelchair Rugby: Athlete Priorities. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 31(4), 377-389.

 

  1. Managing disability sport

Managing disability sport: From athletes with disabilities to inclusive organisational perspectives

Misener L, Darcy S. Managing disability sport: From athletes with disabilities to inclusive organisational perspectives. Sport Management Review (Elsevier Science) [serial online]. March 2014;17(2):1-7. Available from: SPORTDiscus with Full Text, Ipswich, MA. Accessed November 22, 2014.

 

  1. The role of coaches (help to improve the quality of sport/ athletes)

The role of coaches of wheelchair rugby in the development of athletes with a spinal cord injury.

 

Tawse, H., Bloom, G. A., Sabiston, C. M., & Reid, G. (2012). The role of coaches of wheelchair rugby in the development of athletes with a spinal cord injury. Qualitative Research In Sport, Exercise & Health, 4(2), 206-225.

 

  1. Conclusion
    1. Wheelchair rugby is bigger than just a sport

The perceived benefits and barriers of sport in spinal cord injured individuals: a qualitative study.

 

Stephens C, Neil R, Smith P. The perceived benefits and barriers of sport in spinal cord injured individuals: a qualitative study. Disability & Rehabilitation [serial online]. December 2012;34(24):2061-2070. Available from: SPORTDiscus with Full Text, Ipswich, MA. Accessed November 22, 2014.

 

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  1. Many positive effects and supports for individuals with spinal cord injuries

Physical Activity, Quality Of Life, and Functional Autonomy of Adults With Spinal Cord Injuries.

 

Kawanishi C, Greguol M. Physical Activity, Quality Of Life, and Functional Autonomy of Adults With Spinal Cord Injuries. Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly [serial online]. October 2013;30(4):317-337. Available from: SPORTDiscus with Full Text, Ipswich, MA. Accessed November 22, 2014.

 

  1. Compare level of self perception/ self esteem of individuals with spinal cord injuries before and after involving in wheelchair rugby

i.      EVALUATING PERFORMANCE PROGRESSION IN BEGINNER WHEELCHAIR RUGBY.

Berzen, J., & Hutzler, Y. S. (2012). EVALUATING PERFORMANCE PROGRESSION IN BEGINNER WHEELCHAIR RUGBY. / BEURTEILUNG DES LEISTUNGSFORTSCHRITTS VON ROLLSTUHL-RUGBY ANFÄNGERN. European Journal Of Adapted Physical Activity, 5(1), 53-64.