year 11, Issue 3 (Autumn 2023)  

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• This study supports that self-myofascial release improves the performance of Futsal players.


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• Sports governing bodies in Burundi should consider investing in human resources to place the right people in the right place.
• Obtaining professional athletes necessitates the hiring of professional administrators and coaches.
• Moreover, sports federations are recommended to provide the existing personnel with adequate development training, as it is a key success factor in yielding the best results at the international level.
• The government and the Department of Sports in Burundi should assist sports promotion by increasing public sports facilities for federations to obtain enough sports training centers where talent may indeed be cultivated as future sports ambassadors.
• Sports federations/teams in Burundi territory should work to put in place academies with a clear mission statement for getting athletes started in their training sessions at a very young age.
• For this suggestion to have an effect, the Ministry of Sports should consider onboarding physical education graduates so that they will be able to educate those youths at a grassroots level.
• The study will provide insights into talent management as well as new information on athlete development programs.
• The government of Burundi, together with the sports department, will take advantage of this study to initiate a policy that encourages the growth of sports in various disciplines.


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• This study finds that the Calf Raise application is a useful tool for measuring the muscle fatigue of the calf muscle.
• In the future, various measurement tools that are simple and can prove reliability will be needed.


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• This analysis offers a comprehensive overview of not just the visual skills necessary for netball, but also the reasons why they contribute to peak performance.
• The eleven crucial visual skills for netball established in this study serve as a foundation for the acquisition of new visual abilities to be added in future studies.
• Additionally, it provides the basis for sport-specific Visio-spatial test batteries that can be created to aid in the high performance of netball players.


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• Tai chi has a controlling and restorative effect on the risk factors that trigger cardiovascular disease.
• Although the style of Tai Chi is slow, the practice should still pay attention to the rhythm to prevent injuries during the exercise.
• Tai chi practice combined with medication is a common treatment nowadays, and it is beneficial to develop an exercise prescription suitable for Tai Chi practice combined with medication is a common treatment nowadays, and it is beneficial to develop an exercise prescription suitable for the patient's health.


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• The low reality of investing human resources to achieve a competitive advantage in sports institutions in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
• The absence of effective planning for human resources management to achieve a competitive advantage in sports institutions.
• The weakness of the mechanisms used to train human resources to achieve a competitive advantage in sports institutions.
• The lack of effective methods for developing administrative and organizational policies to strengthen the competitive advantage in institutions.
• The absence of evaluation and follow-up methods to measure the organizational and economic feasibility of financing, investment, and marketing that distinguish the sports institution from others.
• The absence of an approved system for performance evaluation that is applied to all employees of the institution based on scientific foundations.
• Non-participation of employees in expressing their opinions about evaluation methods within the institution.
• The absence of a clear strategy of competition within sports institutions and the inability of those in charge of managing institutions to formulate and implement strategies.


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• The Questionnaire on the incidence of knee pain and injuries has satisfactory metric characteristics (reliability and sensitivity).
• There is no early specialization of basketball players.
• A small percentage of knee injuries indicate that coaches did good work with the players.


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• Based on the results of the research, the researchers recommend implementing the program, including the six thinking hats strategy to develop students’ creative thinking and gymnastic skills.
• It is also necessary to include pre-service physical education teacher-preparation programs and training in the use of the six thinking hats strategy for developing students’ creative thinking and gymnastic skills.
• Directing those involved in the physical education sector to hold courses for physical education teachers to train them to use the six thinking hats strategy to develop innovative thinking and the gymnastic skills of primary school students will require further research and studies to design programs using the six thinking hats strategy to determine its efficacy in developing other motor skills, in addition to diverse activities and variables.
• Conducting more research and studies of the design and use of motor dexterity programs to determine their effectiveness in the learning and development of other motor skills and abilities, as well as possible activities and variables, is recommended in the future.


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• Social media can be a useful tool for athletic training.
• Coaches can use social media to research new training techniques and stay up-to-date on the latest trends in the industry.
• Social media is used as a supplement to traditional training methods, not as a replacement.


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• Guided physical activity should be explored as a potential means of enhancing fundamental motor skill development in children with autism.
• These interventions may be feasible to implement in multiple settings, including schools and therapy settings.


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  • In 21 scenarios, controlling athlete performance had an impact on the relationship between nutrition, athlete weight, and athletic performance.
  • Given that the study correlated energy and power, nutrition and exercise have an impact on the cycle ergometer model and simulation of energy-power.
  • The athletes in the scenario had anaerobic power capacities between 10.2 [kW] and 16.7 [kW] and anaerobic fatigue efficiency greater than 80%.
  • The body produces and uses ATP, which improves performance.


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  • Improved understanding of factors leading to hamstring injury can inform practices that reduce injury occurrence.


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  • Circuit resistance training (at least 8 weeks, 3 sessions/week) with low to moderate intensity prescribed for the reduction of fasting blood glucose and insulin resistance of men with T2DM and without retinopathy, neuropathy, nephropathy, and etc.



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