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International Journal of Sport, Exercise & Training Sciences
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ISSN (Online) 2149-8229
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  • Thematic Examination of Mission & Vision Statements of Universities,
           Faculties and Departments from the Perspective of Recreation Graduates’

    • Authors: Kubilay ÖCAL
      Abstract: Aim: This research carries on a content analysis of the mission and vision statements of higher education institutions at macro (university), meso (faculty) and micro (department) levels in order to reveal expected graduate qualifications of Recreation experts in Turkey. Results were compaired with situation in United States of America.Methods: This research is a qualitative study that is conducted with a document analysis methood. The universe of the research consists of 44 public universities having Recreation Department. Among these organizations, 19 universities with their sub-units which meet the sample selection criteria, were involved in the study. Missions and visions statements were gathered from the web pages of the organizations. Codings were done under predetermined themes and then frequencies of codes were comparatively put forward with tables and graphs.Results: According to the findings; 1. Universities, faculties and departments are all focus on increasing students' "professional knowledge" primarily. 2. Faculties highlight social values such as “patriotism” in order to motivate graduates for doing social utilities with passion. 3. Graduate skills such as “communication”, “teamwork”, “organizational behavior” and “experience” are less emphasized qualifications at macro, meso and micro levels. 4. Recreation departments aim to prioritize “leadership” and “supervisor/manager” qualities for their graduates as well as increasing their “professional knowledge”.Conclusion: It is concluded that, there is an inconsistency on “expected graduate qualifications” between university, faculty and department levels. It is determined that qualifications which can only be gained during internship or work experience are systematically ignored. It is estimated that these inconsistencies and deficiencies may have negative effects on employability of graduates and corporate images of organizations. 
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +030
  • Examination of Physical Appearance Perfectionism, Social Appearance
           Anxiety and Exercise Addiction of Exercise Participants

    • Authors: Arif Mert ÖZKAN; Aslı ÇEKİÇ, Fatma ÇEPİKKURT
      Abstract: Aim: This research was conducted to examine physical appearance perfectionism, social appearance anxiety and exercise addiction of individuals who participate gym exercise programme according to some demographic variables.Methods: The totally 252 exercise participants, 86 female (Xage=28.3) and 166 male (Xage=27.17) joined to the research. In the research “Demographic Information Form”, “Physical Appearance Perfectionism Scale”, “Social Appearance Anxiety Scale” and “Exercising Addiction Scale-21” was used to collect the data. Descriptive statistics, t-test- two-way manova and multiple regression analysis were used in the analysis of the data.Results: The results showed that, the total scores of physical appearance perfectionism and social appearance anxiety did not differ according to gender; however, it was seen that the exercise addiction scores differed significantly according to gender. There have no differences physical appearance perfectionism, social appearance anxiety and exercise scores according to marital status and perceived socioeconomic status. Moreover, the result of multiple regression analysis showed that the body mass indexes of the exercise participants did not affect their exercise addiction.Conclusion: In conclusion, it can be said that the participants have adaptive perfectionism, do not have physical appearance anxiety and continue to exercise programme an optimal level for healthy life.
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +030
  • Ergogenic Aids Used in Football and Effects on Performance

    • Authors: Emre Batuhan KENGER; Defne BAYAR, Ezgi ARSLAN, Tuğçe ÖZLÜ
      Abstract: Aim: Football is a high-tempo sport with excessive physical requirements. With varying energy expenditure according to position, nutritional requirements, training types and rest durations vary. Currently, clubs, trainers and footballers understand the importance of nutrition along with correct training to increase performance. Ergogenic aid products, used in addition to sufficient and balanced nutrition, may assist in developing specific traits of sportspeople, increasing the speed of recovery after matches and reducing risk of injury. With this target, it is necessary to know which product should be taken at which time and which dose.Methods: In this study, the effects of the most commonly used ergogenic aids of creatine, beta-alanine, caffeine and nitrate/nitric oxide on football performance were reviewed.Results: Studies have stated that ergogenic aids increase performance parameters like sprinting, jump power and running speed and have positive effects on factors limiting exercise performance like tiredness and dehydration.Conclusion: There is a need for more studies in order to present clear recommendations related to the dose and duration of use of ergogenic aids in football.
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +030
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