Volume 8 - Winter Supplementary  

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APPLICABLE REMARKS
  • Establishment of the Iranian Sports Industry Academy as the trustee of specialized training
  • Recognition of the country’s sports system
  • Effective and friendly communication between industry and academia
  • Reform regulations and updating unnecessary rules for sports businesses
  • Facilitate the issuance of licenses for the establishment, construction or renewal of contracts and licenses
  • Establishment of scientific institutes and associations and knowledge-based companies in order to develop economy and marketing of sports industry
  • Support domestic sports brands, manufacturers and service providers
  • Increase private property rights
  • Localization of successful experiences of leading countries for the development of Iran’s sports industry
  • Development and growth of transnational businesses
  • Target large international markets
  • Entry of sports industry sub-sectors into the stock market and competitive market space
  • Brand registration and identity
  • Join the World Intellectual Property Organization and remove its monopoly and government rents
  • Analyze the opportunities and challenges of sports industry to help plan at the macro level
  • Efforts to recognize sports industry as a complete and independent industry in the Ministry of Industries and Mines
  • Remove barriers to gender discrimination in sports such as women’s entering stadiums
  • Remove barriers to broadcasting TV competitions
  • Develop a comprehensive plan for meritocracy and empowerment of managers and employees of sports industry
  • Systematize sports media
  • Form trade unions as the trustee
  • Increase political diplomacy in order to promote the country’s sports industry through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs


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  • Based on this study, it is suggested to managers and athletes that if they want to influence others and especially those who are interested in sports, they can develop his/her personal brand with the set of factors presented in this model.
  • It is suggested that athletes have a strong presence in cultural, political and social activities and have clear ideas and positions on the new issues.
  • It is suggested that future research will present a model of personal brand development for other human resources in sport such as coaches, teachers, referees, and so on.
  • It is suggested that the research examines the barriers to athletes personal brand development and their personal brand injuries.


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  • This study supports that aerobic continuous training can improve non-alcoholic fatty liver disease by reducing weight gain, insulin resistance and myonectin in high‐fat diet‐fed rats.


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  • Developing specific rules regarding the privacy and security of customers and consumers on the sport products websites.
  • Informing costumers and consumers about the rules of sale on the sport products websites.
  • Ensuring online customers and consumers about the reimbursement for technical problems on the sport products websites.
  • Obtaining special licenses from the cyberspace police by sport product websites and presenting them to online customers and consumers.
  • Establishing communication channels between sport products sellers and customers and consumers to increase customer awareness and reduce their concerns.


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  • According to results of present study it is suggested that in PCO situation, use swimming training to improve sex hormones.
  • Regarding to antioxidant effect of swimming training in present study it is supposed that use swimming training to minimize PCO- induced oxidative stress.


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  • It is suggested that uniform assessment and rehabilitation for the MH and LH in NR may be efficient in the clinical (or sports) setting, requiring maximum or equivalent high-intensity resistance training.


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  • Both skilled and novice soccer players can improve their penalty kicking performance after practice. However, an external focus of attention leads to higher kicking accuracy for skilled players, while an internal focus of attention results in greater kicking consistency for the novice.


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  • According to the anthropometric dimension, height and arm span showed a positive correlation with the shooting score, and there are significant differences between the groups. Thus, from a coaching practice perspective, it is suggested that coaches could try to recruit archers with taller height and longer arm span into the team. Also, talent scouter and coaches would consider physical characteristics when conducting archery talent identification programs.
  • According to the fitness test results, handgrip strength and cardiovascular endurance showed a positive correlation with the shooting score. Besides, high-performance archers showed a better fitness level than the low-performance archers. Hence, it is crucial to include a fitness program for the training schedule. Coaches and archers should always monitor the fitness level for improvement in performance.


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  • The design of the L-ball prototype as yet in the defining, designing, and developing stages. To determine the level of use of the L-ball for visual impairment users, the process of dissemination to users is necessary for future research.
  • The global Covid-19 pandemic limits this research to the dissemination process to users, but the dissemination process will still be carried out by researchers with the consideration that after the Covid-19 pandemic ends or dissemination with the Covid-19 health protocol.


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  • PCL reconstruction is enhanced with functional outcome scores and joint laxity.
  • The loss of range of motion and laxity still occurs after surgery.
  • Further studies are needed to determine the factors that cause the loss of range of motion and laxity and how they can be prevented.



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