year 11, Issue 4 (Winter 2023)  

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• The sample consisted of women athletes who represented and retired from Sri Lanka's national teams competing in the South Asian Games, the Asian Games, the Commonwealth Games, and the Olympic Games from 1995 to 2016.
• Women athletes who represented and still have not retired from the national teams in Sri Lanka in each above-mentioned game and women athletes who have businesses were excluded from the sample.
• Women athletes who are living outside of Sri Lanka were not taken as the sample.
• Contextual variables such as level of education, age, social class, and marital and motherhood status influence the perceptions of the role of the variable factors in forming the GC.
• Perceptions of organizational good practices against GC would promote equity in women's advancement.


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• This study finds that they compare changes in pulmonary function and respiratory muscle, according to diaphragm breathing exercise methods.
• It was concluded that the crocodile breathing method was more effective than the incentive spirometer and DNS breathing method for improving pulmonary function and respiratory muscle strength.


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• Physical literacy is an important variable in explaining women's participation in sports. Therefore, more serious, systematic, and collaborative efforts need to be made to increase physical literacy in women's groups.
• Socioeconomic variables are not correlated with physical literacy in women. Therefore, promotive and preventive efforts to increase women's participation in sports do not need to consider socioeconomic factors. This means that sports activities need to have campaigned at all levels of society regardless of socioeconomic background.
• Physical health as a result of sports activities has been shown to have a direct effect on women's psychological well-being. Therefore, sports activities can be an alternative solution for women in maintaining and improving their mental health.


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• The results obtained can be used by coaches to understand the level of fitness of athletes and to regulate the complex coordination load.
• The results can also be useful for research in the field of physiology when working with force platforms since they indicate the parameters that characterize the degree of development of the vestibular apparatus.


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• Coaches need to have access to several types of training that develop fencers' speed. In this study, we also described the complete training method.
• This research supports that the sets of specific and nonspecific exercises included in fencers' training improved their speed at the level of upper and lower limbs.
• Also, the electronic devices used for testing and developing the speed were practical and efficient.


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• This study is a method for preventing skeletal muscle diseases in office workers, and it can be said that the combined application of flexibility exercise and core exercise brings about a good prognosis.
• Changes by 4 weeks were measured for 12 weeks, and it was confirmed that changes appeared from 8 weeks and were maintained until 12 weeks.
• In the basic study setting, the exercise application of at least 8 to 12 weeks is considered to be a better study.


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• Co Patuih Kick Test a measuring tool can be used in training and matches, thereby making it easier for the performance of teachers, athletes, and referees to assess the speed of kicks both during the training and competitions.
• A measuring digital tool for kick speed “Co Patuih Kick Test” can readily, practically, and accurately be used to determine the speed of Pencak Silat kicks.


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• The perception of the Thai national youth athlete in nutrition issues shall be the fundamental information that all stakeholders should be aware of to improve their performance and ability.
• The result of this research may be applied as important information for developing an effective guideline for Thai national youth athletes in the future.
• Protein and Carbohydrates were considered the favorite food selection for those national youth athletes for their performance at every stage of the competition.


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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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• Managers of swimming pools at summer clubs must work to improve the standard of living of swimming coaches.
• The owner of swimming pools must relieve pressure on swimming coaches.
• The leaders of swimming pools must provide special psychological programs for swimming coaches to help them get rid of the manifestations and symptoms of burnout.


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• It may be recommended that movement training studies supported by rhythm training be implemented in younger age groups.
• It is thought that development can be achieved in many different parameters by Fundamental Movement Skills Training with Rhythm.


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• More outcomes of psychophysiological and shooting performance to provide guidance and evidence to athletes, coaches, and various involved parties to know, identify and understand the psychophysiology status and shooting performance of athletes.
• Most of the previous studies focused on the recurve category and found a lack of research on compound archers.
• By knowing the psychological demands and shooting performance of an archer, will help in designing the appropriate training program and make sure they can perform better in reaching their peak performance.



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