My principal research interests lie in the field of sports science related to health and fitness. I am currently doing research on game therapy and conventional balance training to improve Proprioception, mobility and balance of elderly people as fall prevention. Further, I have experience of psychological mental skills training. I am also Managing Editor of International Journal of Kinesiology and Sports Science (IJKSS) in Australia.
Amani, A. R., Sadeghi, H., & Afsharnezhad, T. (2018). Interval training with blood flow restriction on aerobic performance among young soccer players at transition phase. Montenegrin Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, 7(2), 5-10.
Montenegrin Journal of Sports Science and Medicine
The purpose of current study is investigating effect of Blood Flow Restriction Interval Training on aerobic performance among young football players during transition phase of periodization. Twenty eight young male football players were recruited in this study. Subjects were randomly divided into three groups: control, Normal Interval without Kaatsu, and Interval with Kaatsu. Exercise protocol was based on aerobic interval at 400 meters with maximum effort for 3 sets in per sessions (First week) and 4 set (Second week). The results shown that there is a significant difference in aerobic power between groups p< 0.05. Post hoc comparisons indicated that the mean of aerobic power was significantly different between all three groups. It has been shown, there is a significant difference in rate of perceived exertion between groups at the p< 0.05. Post hoc comparisons indicated that the mean of RPE was significantly different between groups. This study has been shown that aerobic power and RPE was improved by both normal and BFR interval method. We also found that there is not significantly difference in NIWK and IWK group at rate of perceived exertion. This results may be explained by reducing intensity of exercise by subjects during exercise with BFR in cause of pain in their legs during exercise. The result of current study suggest that Intermediate-intensity, interval training with BFR improves aerobic capacity and RPE concurrently in young football players and prevent decline of VO2max at result of retraining at transition phase.
Shakoor, E., Salesi, M., Jahromi, M. K., Sadeghi, H., Karimi, M. H., & Yusof, A. (2018). The effect of exercise on interferon gamma, body fat and bmi of kidney transplant patients. Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte, 24(5), 333-337.
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte
SHAKOOR, Elham et al. EFECTO DEL EJERCICIO SOBRE EL INTERFERÓN GAMMA Y EL IMC DE LOS PACIENTES CON TRASPLANTE DE RIÑÓN. Rev Bras Med Esporte [online]. 2018, vol. 24, n. 5, pp. 333-337. ISSN 1517-8692. http://dx. doi. org/10.1590/1517-869220182405187030.
Abdollahi, A., Hosseinian, S., Sadeghi, H., & Hamid, T. A. (2018). Perceived Stress as a Mediator Between Social Support, Religiosity, and Flourishing Among Older Adults: The Moderating Roles of Religiosity and Gender. Archive for the Psychology of Religion, 40(1), 80-103.
Archive for the Psychology of Religion
This study was designed to examine the relationships between social support, perceived stress, religiosity, and flourishing and to test the mediating role of perceived stress in the relationships between social support and religiosity with flourishing. This study also examines the moderating roles of religiosity and gender in the relationship between social support and flourishing among 2301 Malaysian older adults. Structural Equation Modelling showed that older adults with high levels of social support, high levels of intrinsic religious motivation, high levels of extrinsic religious motivation, and low levels of perceived stress were more likely to experience flourishing. Bootstrapping analysis provided evidence of perceived stress as a significant partial mediator in the links between social support, intrinsic religious motivation, and extrinsic religious motivation with flourishing. Multi-group analysis revealed that religiosity …
D’Gasper, D., Bains, B. S., Sadeghi, H., & Kumar, P. (2018). Comparing Exercise Prescription Methods in Knee Osteoarthritis Patients in Malaysia. Acta Medica Bulgarica, 45(1), 26-31.
Acta Medica Bulgarica
This study was a qualitative study that investigated the exercise prescription method in knee osteoarthritis patients in Malaysia. It purposed to find out the most common and effective method used by physiotherapist in prescribing exercises for knee osteoarthritis patients in Malaysia.
This study used a self-administered survey questionnaire. The subjects recruited for this study were diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis, age range of between 50 to 80 years old. The methods of delivery were divided into three categories, which include only verbal instructions, verbal instruction together with demonstration and lastly a combination of all three methods including verbal instruction, demonstration and handouts with diagrams.
The results showed that 52% received their exercise prescription with verbal instruction and together with demonstration, about 43% of them received all three types of methods
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