Week 2 -Chapter 4

Week 2 -Chapter 4 - Week 2 Chapter 4 Preventing Injuries...

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Injuries Improper conditioning is one of the primary contributing factors to sports injuries. Its essential that that the athlete engage in conditioning exercises that can minimize the possibility of injury while maximizing performance Therapeutic Exercise rehabilitation NSCA – National Strength and Condition Association Principles of Conditioning 1. Safety a. Enviornemt b. Pushing harder vs. stepping back 2. Warm-Up/ cooldown a. Take time to do these things appropriately and do not neglect 3. Motivation a. Varying the program and incorporating techniques of periodization can keep the program enjoyable rather than routine and boring. 4. Overload a. SAID = Specific adaptation to imposed demands i. When the body is subjected to stresses and overloads of varying intensities , it will gradually adapt over time to over come whatever demands are placed on it. 5.
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Week 2 -Chapter 4 - Week 2 Chapter 4 Preventing Injuries...

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