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  • Use of salivary HHV-6 is expected to allow for earlier detection of PPhF which other markers fail to do.
  • Salivary HHV-6 levels increased independently of salivary SIgA levels; thus, the viral marker has different meaning from immune marker.


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After stem cell therapy for knee OA, patients should be encouraged to have exercise programs including of WB and non - WB. It will improve the outcomes of stem cell therapy.

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• Participating in a race in another country are a source of concern due to both individual factors and travel restrictions imposed by the countries due to the pandemic expansion.
• Race conditions worry many participants due to COVID-19. Therefore, organizers should take many precautions while carrying out these events and explain them to the participants with an effective communication strategy.

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  • Children in the south-east region should be encouraged to engage in recreational activities in order to increase their awareness of recreation.
  • Children with low and medium family income levels should be encouraged to participate more in recreational activities.
  • Considering that recreational awareness levels are related to children's happiness levels, studies can be conducted.


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  • Psychological skills training increased the self-efficacy beliefs and sporting performance of young handball players
  • Positive feedback strengthened the effect of the psychological skills training even more on self-efficacy beliefs and shot accuracy
  • Mainly the academic and the emotional part of the self-efficacy test increased after the psychological skills training accompanied by positive feedback


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This study has revealed evidence of a correlation between sacroiliac joint dysfunction and the involvement of hip adductor muscles for the first time. According to the results of this study, it is recommended that patients with SIJ pain and dysfunction be examined for hip adductors.

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This study provides a comprehensive insight into the physiological demands of female and male golf players during 18 holes golf game. It can be suggested that the female players should not compete in the same category with male players, despite the game is simplified by changing the length of the course. In addition to that, endurance training programs should be different due to the different cardiovascular requisites of golf game in females and males.

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It is stated that none of authors has any conflict of interest during conduct and publishing of this research from start to an end.

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In line with the results of this study, researchers recommend several things to the government, the community, and researchers. First, the government needs to provide adequate financial support for physical activities as a form of investment related to improving the quality of Indonesian human resources. This study has proven that physical activity carried out regularly can improve the quality of life of the culprit. Therefore, there needs to be a policy that encourages schools, government agencies, and non-governmental institutions, as well as the community to carry out physical activities regularly. Physical activity must be designed as an inexpensive activity so that the whole community can do it. In addition, program diversification needs to be done by taking into account demographic characteristics, local conditions, economic levels, and so on. Second, new awareness must be raised that physical activity is a necessity and therefore needs to be done regularly to fulfill it. The community has the right to receive sports services, including the availability of open space and sports human resources. If these rights have not been fulfilled, they need to be fought for.
Third, this research is ex post facto, in which the researcher does not give treatment to the subjects. So it cannot be ascertained that the positive impact on quality of life is solely as a result of physical activity undertaken by the subjects. Therefore, henceforth the same research needs to be done with an experimental approach. This research has succeeded in proving that physical activity has a positive impact on the psychological condition and health of the culprit, but at the same time has not succeeded in proving that sporting activities have a positive effect on social behavior. Related to this last thing, it needs to be studied further why it happened and is there something that is "wrong" in our sports. Research with a theme like this is still very rare to do, even though this needs to be done on a larger scale to provide empirical evidence as well as provide confidence to anyone, especially policymakers that sports development is an urgent matter.


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This study supports that partial weight-bearing ground gait training in chronic stroke patients can improve the patients' walking ability.

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The teacher should adapt PES learning conditions to the obese student by choosing the activity according to the students, their aptitudes, their level of ability and their motivations; Avoid placing the obese student in an awkward situation with his classmates; Group students who have been partially exempted in a single class, and offer them hours of support; Intervene with parents to incite obese students to follow a suitable diet and to try to practice adapted physical and sports activities.


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The results of this research have an impact on the sport gesture considerations of rugby players and the prevention of rugby-related injuries.

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Time-saving High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) can be used as an alternative to exercise therapy for people with obesity. To see the effect of the 45 bp I/D UCP2 gene requires further research with a larger number of participants and the availability of a more complete 45 bp I/D UCP2 genotype.

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This study supports that YouTube based virtual BL can improve fundamental movement skills learning outcome of 5th grade students in elementary school.

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Our data is applicable in the followings respects:
  • Continuous monitoring of athletes' level of emotional distress, especially among the vulnerable groups such as female and younger athletes, as shown in the data.
  • Ensuring psychosocial support services to these vulnerable population is easily accessible.


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Up to 50% of the volleyball players performed the OSTRC injury prevention exercises. This finding may emphasize the importance of implementing these exercises to reduce the risk of sports-related injuries. 

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  • This article provides detailed suggestions for the inconsistent situation of golf coaches. These suggestions might be helpful to guide them to effectively train in the future. The theoretical model constructed for tacit knowledge transfer can be applied to research on other sports.
  • This study has some limitations. For instance, the model was constructed based solely on transfer and absorption capacities, but variables such as satisfaction, loyalty, and learning burnout could also have been included. Future studies should consider including other variables that could contribute to knowledge transfer performance, such as coaches’ sense of well-being or self-efficacy.


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  • This study is judged to be used as basic information in selecting taekwondo athletes.
  • This study is judged to be used as significant information in nurturing elite athletes as well as to confirm the relative age’s effect in various sports field.


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The findings of this study could be beneficial for provincial government as the only policymakers in developing their own performances and reputation in the national scale sports events. This study also offers such insight in order to create performance-based equal pay among athletes nationally. This is aimed to minimize the problem of the hijacking practices from one province to other.

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  • Further work needs to be done to educate soccer players and coaches about the importance of implementing the CAE and its effectiveness in reducing groin injuries to enhance the CAE implementation.
  • Courses that emphasize most updated Evidence-Based Injury Prevention Programs and exercises such as the CAE should be mandatory for all soccer players and coaches.


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Goalkeeper reactive diving performances (DT) are enhanced by similar mechanisms when ingesting caffeine or completing a PAPE drill. The ergogenic improvements are likely to be transferred to on-field performances on the basis that DT was enhanced within practically meaningful ranges.


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  • Based on the results of this study, it is believed that it can be used as meaningful information for calculating the Taekwondo rankings.
  • This study could be used more fairly in determining the rankings of Taekwondo athletes.


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  • PageRank algorithm has the advantage of evaluating team and player’s performance more reasonably. In this study, MLB’s data is used and applied, but it is applicable in various kinds of sports such as football, basketball, tennis, and others.
  • To apply it to many kinds of sports, it is required to confirm the validity of PageRank algorithm considering the features of each sport.


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To develop the concept of athletic knowledge management, the current study recommends the necessity of adopting the concept of athletic knowledge management and reducing the budgets of this project by the upper management in the sports environment. Moreover, management of knowledge creation should be regarded as the primary responsibility of knowledge athletes, workers, and technicians and accomplished through the adoption of better practices, collaboration, and interpersonal interaction. The study also recommends classifying the workers upon their knowledge, experience, behaviors, and practices. Furthermore, knowledge-sharing strategies ensure that athletes, workers, and technicians have access to the correct information. Finally, the study recommends providing safe, stable, and programmed conditions to all courses that lack development and improvement.



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