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Chapter 4: Preventing Injuries through Fitness TrainingPrinciples of Conditioning and Training-Warm-up/cool-down-Motivation-Overload and SAID principle-Consistency/routine-Progression-Intensity-Specificity-Individuality-Relaxation/minimizer stress-SafetyWarm-Up-Precaution against unnecessary musculoskeletal injury and soreness-May enhance certain aspects of performance-Prepares body physiologically for physical work-Stimulates cardiorespiratory system, enhancing circulation and blood flow to muscles-Increases metabolic processes, core temperature, and muscle elasticityGeneral-Activities which bring a general warming to the body (break a sweat)-Not related to sportSpecific-Specific to sport-Stretching, jogging, running, throwing, catchingShould last 10-15 minutes resulting in effects that will last 45 minutesCool-down-Essential component of workout-Bring body back to resting state-5-10 minutes in duration-Often ignored-Decreased muscle soreness following training if time used to stretch after workoutFlexibility-

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Term
Spring
Professor
Hazelwood
Tags
circuit training

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