year 11, Issue 2 (Summer 2023)  

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• The program should be developed to increase high school students’ physical activity levels.
• This study ensured that well-designed PA and nutrition education programs increased high school students’ motivation.


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• It is important for coaches and archers to apply the correct and proper shooting posture and techniques to excel in the sport.
• Subsequently, the use of simple technology such as video cameras and motion analysis software were able to analyze shooting movements. This method is ideal and applicable for the coaches and archers to analyze and understand their shooting techniques in field settings.


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• Using vibrating exercises and linking them to different parts of the body in light of the nature and requirements of each specialized sport because of their effective impact on performance.
• Doing other research to identify the effect of vibration training using the Power Plate device to rehabilitate sports injuries for players.
• Conducting various research to identify the effect of vibration training for different sports and to identify its effect on performance during competition.
• Using modern scientific methods in preparing training programs for players in proportion to their abilities and preparations.


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• This study supports that functional training and weight training improve physical fitness, aerobic capacity, and anaerobic capacity in university baseball players.


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• Kinematic analysis should be utilized with energy flow analysis to understand how energy flows through the kinetic chain on specific movement patterns in each sport.


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• The necessity of using mental visualization during the educational unit, which has an effective effect in teaching some types of shooting in basketball.
• Conducting research and studies similar to the current one on skills and other games.
• Dissemination of the results of the study for clubs and the concerned union of the game.
• Organize training courses and workshops for trainers in the basketball game on the importance of visualization and mental imagination and its impact on exercise and sports training.


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• S-HIIE elicited greater affective responses for the entire work interval phases than P-HIIE.
• Similar enjoyment responses were evident following P-HIIE and S-HIIE.
• S-HIIE generated comparable heart rate responses pattern as in P-HIIE.


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• The K-tape can be applied to prevent and diminish postural malalignment in athletes and sedentary people.
• Functional correction using the K-tape for forward shoulder reduction can enhance sports performance, endurance capacity, and respiratory muscle strength among individuals.
• The activation of proprioception, blood circulation, and lymphatic movement can be the underlying mechanisms of the K-tape-improved poor posture problems in daily life and sporting events.


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• Gaze behavior in children with Autism is atypical and is likely to affect early-life development and social learning.
• Characterizing gaze behavior using quantifiable variables could pave the way for newer behavioral therapies.


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• The application of this research is to differ the condition motor level of kindergartens during the COVID-19 Condition and the normal condition.


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• Preschoolers are often seen as active and prefer exciting activities; however, the yoga training program appealed to them as they expressed their positive attitudes towards the yoga training and wished to have further practice in the future.
• The training could improve some fitness components which meet the requirements of the basic physical education programs for preschoolers.
• The findings of this study may allow educators and trainers to popularize yoga in physical education classes to improve preschoolers’ fitness and fit the poor facility conditions in Vietnam.



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