Volume 12 - Spring Supplementary  

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• The benefits of incorporating school-based games and movement programs to promote motor skill development in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are crucial.
• The significant improvements in both gross and fine motor skills among children with ASD are provided by games-based intervention.
• Implementing such interventions in school settings could potentially contribute to the overall well-being and holistic development of children with ASD, emphasizing the significance of integrating motor skill interventions within educational environments to enhance their lives.


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  • There is very little research that focuses on visual-motor coordination. Therefore, it is essential to develop a well-planned invention module that focuses on improving the visual-motor skills of athletes with intellectual disabilities and making it a part of the athlete’s training program.


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  • Educators can improve student and athlete performance through cooperative activities, benefiting motor skills and emotions.
  • Integrating competition can boost motivation and reaction times, but balance is essential to maintain a positive learning atmosphere.
  • Facial recognition can monitor student emotions in real-time during physical activities.
  • Balancing cooperation and competition can enhance performance and well-being in various learning and professional settings.


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  • The results reported in this study suggest that complex breathing exercises have an effect on improving breathing in stroke patients.


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  • The problem of insufficient motor activity of younger schoolchildren can be solved with the help of outdoor games in physical education lessons at school with children.
  • Based on the results of the pedagogical experiment, we claim that the use of outdoor games in physical education lessons at school in working with children aged 7-8 years will significantly improve their speed, strength and coordination abilities.


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  • This program should be developed to increase the motor skill level and satisfaction of secondary school students.
  • This research confirms that a well-designed SE integration program in PE learning improves the movement skills and satisfaction of high school students.


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  • HCMUTE needs to consider the barriers in teaching and learning PE online to promptly adjust the shortcomings in physical education activities at the University as surveyed.
  • It is important to note the indicators selected by the topic to evaluate the effectiveness of teaching and learning PE online, thereby making adjustments and additional changes to make this activity more and more effective and comprehensive, contributing to the general education and training mission of the University.
  • HCMUTE needs to recognize and promote the effectiveness of teaching and learning PE online, continue to apply, and be ready to respond proactively to teaching PE online when there is an epidemic.


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  • A research agenda is proposed to understand the dynamics of research and publications about athletes as communication actors. Various studies have documented their various communication activities with coaches, organizations, fellow athletes, spectators and fans which shows the important role of communication in supporting the success of an athlete at various levels, sports and regions.
  • Those in the sports and communication fields can utilize these research findings to continue to understand how the role of communication can be developed and optimized to increase the performance and prestige of an athlete and the sport they play. Communication involving athletes requires special attention from the academics and stakeholders involved because the development of information technology has penetrated communication aspects in various contexts.


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  • HIIE elicited lower affective responses during the initial week but both groups produced comparable affective responses after a few weeks of interventions.
  • Similar enjoyment responses were evident following HIIE and MIIE.
  • HIIE generated greater improvement in cardiorespiratory fitness and body composition compared to MIIE.


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  • Children's levels of self-efficacy, steps, metabolic equivalents, and moderate to vigorous physical activity increased as a result of the walking intervention. Nonetheless, the influence of the intervention on steps, moderate-to-intense physical activity, and metabolic equivalents was not significantly mediated by self-efficacy. Children's levels of self-efficacy, steps, metabolic equivalents, and moderate to vigorous physical activity were increased as a result of the walking intervention.
  • Walking is a basic activity of daily living and can be made simple. Teachers, parents, or other relevant parties should set up a walking program to help obese youngsters become more active, use more energy, and feel more confident.


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  • The primary aim of this study was to examine the impact of visual training on tennis physical education and skill enhancement, focusing on the introduction of a practical visual training method into university sports courses.
  • The experimental group of students who underwent visual ability training during 8 weeks demonstrated substantial improvements in their visual abilities, including static and dynamic visual acuity.
  • The study's results provided evidence that utilizing a dynamic visual training device was effective in enhancing tennis skill levels, particularly when high ball speed and high-focus tasks were employed.
  • This research contextualized its findings by referring to prior studies in various sports like badminton, baseball, table tennis, and football, all of which supported the idea that visual training can significantly improve athletic performance.
  • The study also acknowledged the need for further investigation to determine which specific skills and techniques benefited the most from this training.



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