year 12, Issue 2 (Summer 2024)  

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APPLICABLE REMARKS
  • The problem of insufficient motor activity needs to be solved, this problem is often talked about, but there is still no optimal solution.
  • Teachers at school in physical education classes at school are recommended to include outdoor games in the lesson process. Such games not only increase students' interest in classes but also develop physical qualities, such as coordination abilities.
  • Subsequently, it is possible to study the influence of outdoor games on the development of other physical qualities in school-age children, for example, in the middle level.


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  • This study confirmed the psychometric properties of SCQ-2 which consists of ten factors and two sport commitment dimensions. Through the validation of SCQ-2 in Malaysia, sports psychologists and practitioners can assess Malaysian athletes’ commitment and the factors that drive them to participate in sports.
  • This could help sports psychologists and practitioners to foster the identified factors by designing a proper and inviting environment for athletes to promote active involvement in sports of athletes.
  • In addition, SCQ-2 is also able to provide useful information on the factors and level of sports commitment before and after a period of the intervention program.


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  • This study provides evidence that the 5×5RS-C has sufficient reliability and validity to assess the psychological resilience of Chinese university students.
  • The 5×5RS-C has five factors (adaptability, emotion regulation, optimism, self-efficacy, social support) and 16 items, it is recommended as a tool to assess psychological resilience.


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  • Paying more attention to the required psychological training programs to maintain psychological wellness among volleyball players.
  • Holding guidance courses and workshops specialized in positive psychology for the workers in the sports sector.
  • Carrying out other scientific studies that tackle the relationship between psychological wellness and different social variables for individual and team games.


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  • Exercise protocols characterized by moderate to high intensity appear promising for sustaining or gradually elevating HDL-C levels.
  • High-volume training protocols in conjunction with weight loss and favorable dietary modifications seem to be the optimal strategy for improving HDL-C.
  • Further research with larger sample sizes investigating other types of exercise characterized by varied training parameters is needed to better establish the impact of exercise on HDL-C.


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  • Emphasizing the use of exercises using auxiliary means because of its extremely important impact on the development of the skill of catching and clearance the high-altitude ball among football goalkeepers under 15 years.
  • The researcher recommends goalkeeping coaches use regular scientifically based training curricula when preparing special exercises in terms of the sequence of exercises used, the amount of load given, the duration of breaks during the training unit, and leaving random work.


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  • Relaxation of muscles involved in shoulder joint movement and stability was found to be effective in relieving pain and improving mobility, and the compression area for muscle relaxation was said to be more effective when the bony landmark was used as the standard.
  • If this conditioning method is applied to other sports that require overpowering an opponent or using strong shoulder strength, it is believed that significant effects can be seen, and it should be noted that the timing, time, and number of applications must be taken into consideration.


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  • Although the MCT1 dominant genotype does not affect performance in swimmers, it is believed to have a significant impact on blood lactate levels.
  • Swimming coaches should be aware of the MCT1 dominant genotype when determining the anaerobic/aerobic threshold levels of swimmers with blood lactate levels.


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  • Coaches should train Amateur Boxing athletes to improve their reaction time to stimuli, general agility, and coordination of the nervous system and muscles, especially focusing on throwing double punches or combinations to gain a competitive edge.
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  • The proper physical activity program under expert monitoring can prove that after joining the program for some period of time, all participants were good in the quality of life and life satisfaction dimensions.
  • Therefore, there will be a benefit for those who would like to increase the height, if there would be more tall institutions to use this intervention for increasing the height.
  • Moreover, generalizing the contribution of this study can develop the quality of life and life satisfaction through effective physical activity programs, and also foster the well-being of participants overall.


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  • The research result can be used for creating green tourism management strategies for creating the community’s economic value added from organizing the Jet Ski Competition, such as adding facilities for tourists and setting the group for preserving the environment in order to respond to the sustainable development goals (SDGs).


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  • Current study supports the idea of the prior studies regarding the prevention of bladder cancer by increasing long-term regular physical activity level regardless of gender, intensity, type of physical activity and other criteria.
  • Based on the results of previous research and the present study, we claim that there is a positive relationship between the level of physical activity and the prevention of bladder cancer.


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  • The need to adopt the measures of psychological well-being and career creativity for female teachers of Colleges of Physical Education and Sports Sciences in Iraq.
  • Continue to develop methods and methods that increase and develop the personality of teachers in general and female teachers in particular.
  • Giving female teachers the opportunity to develop their talents.



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