Protective Equipment in Sport

Protective Equipment in Sport - Announcements 1. 2. 3. Exam...

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10/4/11 Announcements 1. Exam grades posted by Friday 2. Rough draft of research paper due November 5th (weave sources together now; go back to your original outline) 3. No in-class meeting on Friday 1. Code of Ethics Homework Due next week Monday, October 18th
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10/4/11 Protective Equipment
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10/4/11 How can equipment reduce injury potential? n increase impact area n transfer/disperse impact n limit motion n add mass to limit deformation and displacement n reduce friction n use materials resistant to bacteria, fungus, and viruses
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10/4/11 Hard vs Soft Materials n Orthoplast n Thermoplast n Casting materials n Open v Closed ¡ Air passage ¡ Cushioning ¡ Protection ¡ Comfort
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Rules regarding protective pads n Hard, abrasive pads may be used on the hand, wrist, forearm, or elbow if covered on all exterior surfaces with no less than 1/2” thick, high density, closed-cell polyurethane (or similar) material. n
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course ATHLETIC T SES 220 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Barry Univesity.

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Protective Equipment in Sport - Announcements 1. 2. 3. Exam...

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