Volume 4, Number 4 (Winter 2016)  

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  • In dance, not only neuro-scientific markers, but also physical factors are important.
  • ACTN3 RX genotype is higher in Latin and hip-hop dancers.
  • Genetic counseling depending on genetic polymorphisms will be an informative approach in deciding the dance style.


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  • Food restriction and exercise can improve deleterious outcomes following heart failure.
  • Two mechanisms seem to be responsible for early conservation in the heart failure is the restoration of prooxidant-antioxidant balance and enhancing angiogenesis.


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  • Concurrent training (endurance and resistance training) can be more effective on glucose regulation.
  • Concurrent training can be more effective on obesity.


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  • Bodybuilding clubs' managers pay more attention to the needs of customers through innovative measures to manage.
  • It is suggested that bodybuilding clubs managers’ increase innovative behaviors of their employees through coordination between the tasks.


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  • Athletes with LBP do not seem to adopt postures that are automatically the best or most optimum. This explains the flexion pattern cyclists staying in flexion during cycling, the cricketers leaning over onto the painful side even more towards end-range etc., whereas these faulty postures may exacerbate LBP or result in further pain/injuries, so the athletic trainer should be aware of these poor techniques and plan to resolve the MCI in athletes with LBP.


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  • Core stability training may improve fundamental movement skills in low proficient children. In addition to physical activity promotion and health related benefits due to FMS proficiency, skills such as running, kicking, throwing, striking, dribbling and jumping are key components of expert performance in almost all athletic fields, so the appropriate core stability training program may result in a more effective transfer of these skills to actual sport performance. Thus physical education teachers and coaches can make use of these exercises to promote children’s motor competence.
  • It must be noted that because local (deep) core muscles have a significant role in the stability of the core and are better activated under an unstable surface, so using Swiss balls during core stability training is recommended.


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  • Coaches should pay particular attention to especial skills in developing training programmes, and regularly employed skills should be performed in the same manner during practice.


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  • Holding different courses and workshops to promote awareness of visual skills and their impact on performance and daily activities.
  • The use of coaches and athletes from this test in conjunction with other clinical vision tests and the prevention of excessive costs.
  • Conducting a similar research for better and more accurate route selection to provide services to athletes and coaches. Unfortunately, applied research has not been implemented to confirm or exclude this issue, which shows the importance and necessity of such research.



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