The manuscript should be submitted according to these instructions and in ‘ready to print’ manner. It should be written in English. The total length must not exceed 6 pages for invited lectures and 4 pages for the others. The authors are requested to submit the paper in WORD format via submission form. Each manuscript will be reviewed before acceptance. There will be a very short time for revision, so please do not wait until the last moment. Just like in 2000, 2004 and 2008, all accepted manuscripts will be printed as a Monography under the title “Current Research in Motor Control V – Bridging Motor Control and Biomechanics”. Since we plan to disseminate the Book already during the conference, please follow the deadlines and other instructions for preparation of the manuscript carefully. Only those manuscripts that will be prepared accordingly and accepted will be included in the Monography.
Text should be single-spaced, with character size 12 points, with an Arial typeface, and justified both sides. Do not hyphenate words at the end of the lines. The manuscript should provide the following sections: Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion and References. Before each section title, two blank lines should be inserted and a single blank line afterwards. The section title should be capitalised, character size 12 points, bold.
The main title should be printed in capitals (character size 14 points, bold). The title should be followed by the author(s) name (full name, character size 12 points) and affiliation(s), city and country (character size 10 points). Do not write university degrees, street address and zip code. Two blank lines (each 12 points) should separate the title and author(s) and a single blank line the author(s) and affiliation(s).

Introduction. It should include the purpose of the paper and a brief overview of relevant literature.

Methods. The subjects should be precisely described. In case of experimental procedures on people, a statement about informed consent must be provided. The procedures should be reasonably described to provide sufficient understanding. State the statistical methods used for data analysis.

Results. Limit the number of tables and figures to a minimum and use them only as a qualification and support for your statements. Do not duplicate information in tables and figures. All given units should be according to the international metric system. Define the abbreviations and symbols. The results should be presented in a logical order.

Discussion. Emphasis should be given to new and important aspects of the study and the conclusions that follow. Avoid statements and conclusions that do not follow from your data.

References. Each statement, finding or thought of others should be backed by a reference. In text, the references should include the surnames of the authors and the year of publication (Kramer, Novak 1998). At the end, the references should be listed in alphabetical order.
Clark D., Irving R. Objective determination of resistance load for ten repetition maximum for knee flexion exercise. Res. Q. 31: 131-135, 1960
Kraemer W., Fry A. Strength testing: Development and evaluation of methodology. In: Physiological Asessment of Human Fitness. P.J. Maud and C. Foster, eds. Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics, 1995. Pp.121-122.

Figures and tables. They must be generated by computer and inserted to the proper place within the text. Each figure and table should have its consecutive number and a corresponding caption and must be cited in the text.