year 10, Issue 3 (Autumn 2022)  

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• The results of this research impact the sporting gesture considerations of rugby players and the prevention of rugby-related injuries.


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• This study is used as basic information in selecting volleyball athletes.
• Athletes and coaches need real-time biomechanics analysis data of the serve volleyball technique.


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• This study’s findings demonstrate reduced performance in the testing during hard training sessions due to the increased training load and strain. Conversely, physical performance increases during a reduced training session. Thus, a coach needs to consider the timing of testing to get valid and reliable data.
• Due to its simplicity, low cost, and applicability in many sports types, a short fatigue questionnaire with the session-RPE approach for perceived changes in training load and strain throughout training is recommended to help the coaches monitor the athletes to avoid overreaching or overtraining.


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• The difference between the left and right sides of BMD was not improved but showed the potential to increase BMD through corrective exercise.
• Although not statistically significant, there was a positive change in the mean value when applying taping treatment and corrective exercise together.


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• This study has revealed 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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• 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 self-efficacy test's academic and emotional part of the self-efficacy test increased after the psychological skills training accompanied by positive feedback.


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


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• Participating in a race in another country is a source of concern due to 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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• It is important that school feeding and physical activity programs be implemented to promote health-related quality of life in school-going children and adolescents.


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• Children in the southeast region should be encouraged to engage in recreational activities to increase their awareness of recreation.
• Children with low and medium family income levels should be encouraged to participate more in recreational activities.
• Studies can be conducted because recreational awareness levels are related to children's happiness levels.



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