The research must be arranged as follows to be accepted by the publisher:
1- Title page.
5- Materials and methods. Provide sufficient details of the techniques employed to enable the work to be repeated. Do not describe or refer to commonplace statistical tests in this section but allude to them briefly in Results.
6- Results. State the results and draw attention in the text to important details shown in tables and figures.
8- Citations and references
Instructions for researchers
The first researcher ( ), the second researcher ( ) etc…
The abstract conveys the information of the existing research, taking into account that promises are not used (it will be presented, will be presented….etc), and the research summary is at a rate of (150-250) words and is written in one paragraph in both English and Arabic. The summary begins in a sequential order by displaying the objectives, then clarifying the research sample, and mentioning the arithmetic mean and standard deviation of the ages, weights and lengths of the research sample. Example: (average length) meters (± standard deviation). In addition to mentioning the procedures used and the most important results that include new facts related to achieving the goals, and finally the main conclusions and their level of significance (Sig).
Keywords: to be (4-6) words, noting the comma placement between one and the other. Examples: neuroplasticity, static stretching, muscle spindles, electromyography.
The good introduction to the research is relatively short, explaining the importance of the study and defining its objectives through searching the relevant literature from references and studies, and this is through a brief review of these studies, which are related to the research problem, which must be no less than five recent studies and appropriate to enhance the research, The introduction also defines the special terms or abbreviations that will be included in the body of the search later, and it is preferable that the number of words in the introduction to the search does not exceed (500) words and that it does not include repetition of phrases or concepts mentioned in any site of the summary, taking into account the avoidance of constructional phrases and sentences that do not It adds to the reader information such as restating facts and axiomatic cases.
Method and tools
The purpose of this section is to present what was done, how it was done, and where it was done, in a direct and simple way, as well as to introduce how the data was collected, presented and analyzed. As this section of the research must provide all the necessary information necessary to allow other authors to judge the study and benefit from it, and the order of the field procedures must be taken into account in time with providing all the necessary information only, and accordingly this section of the research is required to include the following with the importance of paragraphs infiltration :
• Research methodology and design used.
• Exact description of the research sample in terms of (gender, age, weight….etc).
• Designing the experiment with the number of times the test or measurement is conducted, and summarizing the procedures used for sampling (test procedures).
• Mention the used devices and tools with their precise technical specifications, number, source and method of working with them (only the necessary ones that are not commonly used). The scientific names of the devices should be used instead of their trade names, with mentioning the names of the device manufacturers and any information that is useful to the reader.
• Describe the modifications if they are made to the routine measurements (tests), but if a new procedure (a new test) is used, it must be mentioned and explained in detail.
• Clarifying the method of research procedures from experience and paper, practical, oral or computer tests.
• The statistical (or/and) mathematical method used to analyze and summarize the data.
The researcher should also take into account the following:
• It is not permissible to use abbreviations (in any language) before they are defined in the introduction to the research.
• Determining the system of international units of measurement used in the search, such as (meter, kilogram, second…etc)
• Clarify all materials used in the study so that the reader can use them in other similar research.
• A description of the measurement objectives and procedures for each test (pre-test – post-test – retention test … and so on).
• Describe all techniques and tests used by mentioning their name only if they are known and standard, or mentioning the details in case they are new or have be