year 6, Issue 4 (Winter 2018)  

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• Regular aerobic exercises reduce cardiac fibrosis resulting from diabetes. Thus, diabetic patients can significantly reduce the risk of cardiac fibrosis and heart failure by moderate aerobic exercise training such as running.


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• In the future, this tool can be used as an interventional instrument in volleyball by defining the normative values for tests and determining a cutoff point.
• It is suggested that the results of this research could be used in prospective studies pertaining to various volleyball levels in order to determine the extent to which this tool is capable of predicting injuries.


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• The abovementioned methods are used cautiously not like the certain alternative method but as complementary and combined methods besides classical therapeutic methods, to cover wider aspects of mental, behavioral and cognitive effects of this disorder.


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• To achieve brand personality of the football league from the perspective of the organization, identified factors; can determine the axis of the planning of managers and league strategic planners to achieve this.
• To shape the minds of the football league customers in line with the macro goals of the 
league, determination of the brand personality of the league could be effective.


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• Considering the findings of this study, approaches can be provided to determine the strategy of marketing and special loyalty programs and evaluate the impact of this strategies and programs on purchase behavioral intention of fans as the main customers of volleyball clubs.


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• The results of this research can help sport managers of free zones to:
1) Identify the factors that influence sport development.
2) Identify the context and intervening factors that affect sport development.
3) Formulate strategies for 
sport
development.
4) Identify outcomes of sport development.


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• Managers of federations will actually improve all purposes of staff by using appropriate measures to increase their ability, motivation, staff's support, and the creation of a collaborative and team environment in the organization and staff's assessment.
• Managers pay more attention to the amount of salary received, material incentives, and fairness and equal pay, create opportunities for the improvement of the conditions of the staffs in order to increase the satisfaction of the staff.


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• “Discovering and Growing the Talents”, Legal and Ethical Issues”, Interaction and collaboration with other organizations and institutions”, Training and Promotion human resources including coaches and referees” and “Organizing National Teams” are concepts that improve the performance of sports federations, and managers should pay attention to them.
• The strategies for improving the performance of sports federations for Organizing National Teams Concept included“ Continuous emphasis on applying new methods of coaching and refereeing”, “Using a knowledgeable nutritionist, bodybuilder, physiotherapist, massager, psychologist, and elite coaches in the national teams” and “Establishing internal and external training camps in line with the latest patterns”.
• The strategies for improving the performance of sports federations with regard to the Interaction and collaboration Concept included “Concluding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for cooperation with other organizations (such as the academic centers and universities, Ministry of Education, armed forces, research institutes, municipalities, etc.) for the development of sports” and “Active participation of the federation in sports (Asian and international)”.



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