year 12, Issue 1 (Spring 2024)  

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  • In the case of flexibility exercise, it was found to be effective for athletes performing high-intensity exercise or for fast muscle fibers, and it was said that repetition of motions was more effective than repetition of motions by allocating the number of times and sets to motions. Maintain muscle lengthening motions for long periods.
  • In the case of cold compresses, it can be applied mainly when power is used or when minute damage is suspected, and the temperature and application time should be considered depending on the subject.
  • Massage may have subjective differences depending on skill level and tools used, but it was found to have a recovery effect in any case as it can help the subject's whole body blood circulation. It should be recognized that different effects may occur depending on the sport.


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  • This study, unlike the others, focused on the applicability and the effects of Kinesio taping on younger age groups.
  • It is suggestible that training or competition performance for the younger age group should incorporate Kinesio tape application to the peroneal muscles with the muscle technique.


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  • The highest knee flexion torque can be produced in a flexed hip position with a dorsiflexed ankle, while the smallest torque is produced in a flexed hip position with a plantar flexed ankle.
  • The isolation of the hamstrings can be achieved by reducing the influence of the gastrocnemius by placing the ankle in a plantar flexion position.


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• In this study, we have established a noteworthy association between proprioception measures of shoulder and elbow flexion as well as wrist extension and the motor abilities of children diagnosed with learning difficulties, denoted by a statistically significant relationship.
• Furthermore, our findings unveil compelling correlations between upper extremity proprioception and a range of motor skills, including fine motor accuracy, fine motor integration, endurance, coordination, and balance.


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  • The TD-DTC technology provides a database whose information can be used in the strategic management of costs, in order to achieve the possibility of reducing costs from the conceptual design stage of the product.


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• Intricating the current status of the Turkish health and fitness industry in terms of the top fitness programs, services and products in the post-COVID-19 period.
• Supporting health and fitness industry stakeholders on how to develop and implement safe, efficient and pleasant fitness services related to the top industry trends.
• Translating the present outcomes into client-centered services may enhance positive exercise experiences nationwide.


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  • Evaluating cognitive skills in a motor task is more effective in predicting climbing performance than evaluating cognitive skills in laboratory conditions.
  • Cognitrom assessment system and the Witty SEM system are two novel technological methods that evaluate cognition in climbing and can predict climbing on-sight and red-point performance.
  • Cognitive agility and visual memory are key factors for performance in climbing.
  • Visual processing speed and reactivity are not predictors of climbing performance in lead climbing or bouldering.
  • A high level of image generation can lead to overstimulation in the climber's mind and can lead to falling.
  • School background influences the relationship between cognition and climbing performance, a higher education protects the climber from the negative effect of cognitive errors on climbing performance.
  • The present research evaluated all elite youth climbers from Romania and highlighted the importance of cognitive training in supporting performance.


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  • Using the regulatory impact analysis (RIA) for creating and improving the new rules and regulations was the best option for fixing the problems, and improving the regulation regarding the golf driving range. The relevant organizations should consider the result of this research, and effort to be concrete and applicable in the future.


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  • When examining the gender variable, it was found that the factors motivating participation in e-sports were lower among female participants than among male participants.


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  • At the end of this study, the views of physical education and sport teachers on their managerial skills were determined.
  • It is recommended that the training curriculum for physical education teachers should be updated in this direction.


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  • It may be suggested yoga training (60-minute yoga practice session, twice a week for 3 months) in low and moderate intensity should be implemented in the old population to enhance physical and mental health.
  • Assists yoga instructors for better teaching and instructing in the community.


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  • The need to adopt a communicative Intelligence Scale.
  • Continue to develop methods that increase, develop, and develop the personality and intelligence of students.
  • To give students the opportunity to appreciate their talents and abilities on an ongoing basis.
  • The need to pay attention to the gymnastics lesson, especially for students.
  • Undertaking additional research encompassing diverse metrics and competencies, in conjunction with selecting alternative samples.



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