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  • The findings reported in this study suggest that exercise combined with WBVT was a safe and effective strategy to counteract the loss of musculoskeletal function in patients with COPD patients.


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• In primary schools, assessment modules for Health Education should be used as a way to improve the quality and effectiveness of teaching and learning.
• Consideration needs to be taken by teachers when implementing the assessment module in school, as different school and student statuses might affect the assessment approach used such as Apps, softcopy, and hardcopy.


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  • Since this global health crisis will likely continue into 2023, there is critical to consider the interactions between lockdown situations during the COVID-19 pandemic and PA levels/activities across the days or weeks in adolescents.
  • PA interventions among students should also aim to improve cognitive functions related to cognitive flexibility and intrinsic academic motivation. With a view to future similar research, it would be exciting and add value to measuring behavior modification by using different instruments and expanding the target populations, thus increasing the connection between behavior, academic motivation, and PA practice.


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  • The order of intensity can affect the perceived exertion responses when the intensity is gradually decreased from high to low.
  • When establishing an exercise program consisting of varying intensities, practitioners should consider the order of intensity implementation.


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• The organization should use sports activities to stimulate the public's attention by organizing sports activities with supporting standards, and use technology to help public relations in various fields to make people in the area know and pay more attention to using the stadium service.
• Agencies should establish a system for collecting user information on sports facilities, and generate a QR code to educate the people on sports fields and how to exercise and correctly play sports. This will help them to better access sports fields depending on the local context.
• Agencies should increase the green space in the sports fields as they should be useful not only to do exercise but bring the family to relax or do activities together for sustainability and continuality.
• The administrators of the local government organization should support and encourage personnel responsible for sports to have opportunities for training, and study visits on the management of private sports fields.
• The administrators of the local government organization should collaborate with Sports associations to organize sports activities in local sports fields.
• The administrators of the local government organization should establish a sports fields management committee by inviting all sectors which are stakeholders to be committed.
• Personnel should be cultivated in values and awareness of participation in the sports fields ownership.


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• The program should be developed to increase high school students’ physical activity levels.
• This study ensured that well-designed PA and nutrition education programs increased high school students’ motivation.


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• It is suggested that Indonesia should use a sports science approach through a prediction test of athlete talent. According to the results of this study, the athlete's talent prediction test is very helpful in getting information about potential athletes.
• The athletic talent identification program is emphasized only at 12-15 years. According to the study results, this age is a safe range for implementing the talent prediction test. Meanwhile, after 15 years, it is included in the category of talent development.
• Anthropometric measurements and biomotor tests in predicting talent are highly recommended. Test items can also be added with others to complete.
• Based on the results, this athletics talent prediction test can be applied to all regions of Indonesia with the characteristics of children in the age range of 12-15 years. Despite the selection of locations in two cities that are centers of excellent athletes.
• The test item compiled by the researcher is made with easy steps so that it can be used by regional trainers and sports teachers and does not require costly equipment.
• The city of Lombok has a higher number of talented athletes due to an intense training culture factor marked by a large number of athletic clubs. This confirms that the culture of practice influences the results of the aptitude prediction test.
• Considering the results, it is also recommended to look at other factors such as physiological, psychological, sociological, and cultural to see the prize optimally.


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• According to the Brunel Mood Scale result, the subscale of fatigue increased in the fasting month. Thus, the coaches must design a proper training program and daily routine during the fasting month to reduce the fatigue level by manipulating the training volume and intensity.
• The archery shooting score improved in the fasting month according to the performance result. Hence, the result showed that fasting did not impair the archery techniques, and it is suitable for the athletes to continue their training programs during the fasting month.


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• This study supports that functional training and weight training improve physical fitness, aerobic capacity, and anaerobic capacity in university baseball players.


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• Kinematic analysis should be utilized with energy flow analysis to understand how energy flows through the kinetic chain on specific movement patterns in each sport.


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


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• This study is considered important information for athletes who practice voluntary rapid weight loss using dietary restriction.
• This study also allows athletes and trainers to consider the dangers of this method of voluntary weight loss.


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• S-HIIE elicited greater affective responses for the entire work interval phases than P-HIIE.
• Similar enjoyment responses were evident following P-HIIE and S-HIIE.
• S-HIIE generated comparable heart rate responses pattern as in P-HIIE.


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• The K-tape can be applied to prevent and diminish postural malalignment in athletes and sedentary people.
• Functional correction using the K-tape for forward shoulder reduction can enhance sports performance, endurance capacity, and respiratory muscle strength among individuals.
• The activation of proprioception, blood circulation, and lymphatic movement can be the underlying mechanisms of the K-tape-improved poor posture problems in daily life and sporting events.


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• Gaze behavior in children with Autism is atypical and is likely to affect early-life development and social learning.
• Characterizing gaze behavior using quantifiable variables could pave the way for newer behavioral therapies.


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• The result of this study is valuable as basic data for detecting match-fixing in sports.
• This study can be presented as a solution to eradicate sports match-fixing.


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• The findings reported in this study suggest significantly increased RFM and BFM activities in the WBVT+ BFR group compared to the WBVT group. No variation in hemodynamic parameters was detected.
• Based on the findings, the scope of the WBVT with BFR should be extended to include non-healthy individuals.


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• Previously searched benefits of physical activity have shown that aerobic exercise helps increase VO2 and peak working loads in medium to large-size stroke patients.
• From primary to secondary objectives this review has highlighted areas for future research, pointing to opportunities to broaden the scope of the knowledge base.
• It's unknown how training affects death, dependency, and impairment following a stroke.
• There is enough data to recommend incorporating cardiorespiratory training, which includes walking, into post-stroke rehabilitation to increase walking speed, tolerance, and independence.
• More research is needed to find the best exercise prescription after a stroke and to see whether there are any long-term benefits.


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• Enhance the importance of the selected game-related statistics in field hockey.
• Assists coaches and trainers to design more specific training programs in Field Hockey.
• Assists coaches to focus on different players’ contributions to team performance.


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• During the pandemic, officer workers improved overall health, PA, healthy food consumption, and sleep quality, compared to before the pandemic. However, office workers experienced increased levels of stress and SB.
• The pandemic of COVID-19 provided office workers with more time to focus on and care about their health. Therefore, it is a good opportunity to encourage agencies or stakeholders to support and promote both health policy and a health-friendly environment to facilitate better health among returning office workers than during or before the pandemic of COVID-19.


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• The use of fuzzy logic in this study has shown a model as a tool for identification and selection in rowing sports.
• Fuzzy logic is very helpful in minimizing the element of subjectivity in talent identification and talent selection in rowing.



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