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• Entrepreneurship topics to be one of the compulsory courses in university both theoretically and practically.
• Holding entrepreneurship festivals and workshops with the cooperation of owners of the industries.
• Businesses of male sports science graduates of various universities of the country can explain the appropriate results for planners of the country.
• It is recommended for researchers to conduct studies on the comparative investigation of employment of domestic and foreign sports science university graduates.


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• Holding internship sessions, executive coaching, and leadership books for those seeking to acquire skills in order to increase political skill, political will and perception of the organizational policy is suggested.
• Managers should evaluate individuals' performance in the context of transparent objective criteria, and evaluate and promote staff as much as possible on their competency.
• In the field of political behavior management, it is suggested that organization should clarify the foundations in the assessment process. 
In a rewarding system, those who have high or poor performance should be distinguished.
• It is suggested that students and researchers should investigate this research in the private sector and in other organizations such as services, etc. Also, it is suggested that other factors affecting the political behavior including extra-organizational factors, national culture, etc, should be investigated.


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• For adults, instructions on the 
external focus of attention result in more effective performance.
• For children, instructions on the 
internal focus of attention result in more effective performance.
• Children with DCD need repeated instructions related to both types of internal and external focus of attention during the 
execution of the task.


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• Based on the results, it can be suggested that technology spillover should increase through the import of equipment and raw materials for the production of sports goods.
• However, spillover technology has a positive impact on economic growth. It is suggested that the 
import of consumable goods must decrease.


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• Asymmetrical loading on the limbs applied by athletes who practice martial arts may be unrelated to their LBP symptoms.
• Other biomechanical risk factors which may be related to the problem of martial arts athletes must be examined carefully.


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• For people who suffer from obesity and for counteracting the destructive effects of obesity on fat oxidation factors, including desnutrin, continuous training can be an effective method.
• For weight loss, however, high-intensity interval training is the best method.


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• Regular physical activity is a major factor in disease prevention and the improvement of physical and mental health. However, the chief concern is non-adherence to regular exercises. Therefore, physicians and counselors can use cognitive-behavioral therapy as a method to improve commitment and adherence to a regular exercise routine.
• The ease of access to training facilities is potentially beneficial for persuading workers to participate in these programs, but it can be challenging to persuade them to participate regularly. Therefore, it is recommended that if organizations, institutes, and industrial centers want to enhance their staff participation in sports programs, they can apply such a protocol.


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• The number of rotations is a key predictor of the final score in men´s competition. The relation between these two variables is quadratic. This means that there is an optimal number of rotations from which the final score starts to decrease.


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• Mean hip flexion angle in athletes with AE-LBP was significantly different to the control group, as was the mean angle of knee flexion so it is recommended to flex knees more while jump-landing in the training sessions.
• Mean lordosis angle while standing in the group with AE-LBP was significantly higher than in those without LBP, so we recommend cognitive functional exercise therapy to realign the spine in more dynamic positions.


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• It seems that neurotrophins and their receptors are main factors in muscle response to resistance exercise as a mechanical stimulus.
• Increased activity as resistance training has a potential 
for skeletal muscle remodeling via alteration in neurotrophins expression.


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• Regarding anthropometric properties, Rugby :::::union::::: forwards are significantly taller than backs at the elite level. The lower the classification level, the smaller the height difference between forwards and backs.
• Across all levels, the forwards are significantly heavier than the backs reflecting the demands of each playing position.
• As the level increases, so does the speed of the backs in sprints.
• Regardless of playing level, the backs performed significantly better in sprints and attained higher jump values than the forwards.
• In contrast, forwards achieved higher 1RM results in lower and upper body strength assessments.


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APPLICABLE REMARKS
• Through planning to develop the personality of the brand, managers and planners of the league can increase their brand power and attract and retain more customers.
• Through shaping of the league brand personality based on the culture and tradition of the people of the country, 
sport marketers can reduce the conflict of the soccer culture with the culture of the people and perhaps eliminate it in the long-term.



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