FandT - Fitness and Training I unfortunately injured...

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Fitness and Training I unfortunately injured myself, before starting this piece of coursework. I produced fluid on my hip and was on crutches for one and a half months. I was diagnosed with sever Hyper Mobility Syndrome and I was advised by the specialist to refrain from high impact activities, such as running. I have therefore, been unable to complete this programme myself. However, I have planned it as if I was actually participating in it. Moreover, when it comes to evaluating, I have selected a student to analyse her programme. My chosen event for my training programme is the 200m. I think I have an above average fitness level, my physical activity consists of 20 hours of swimming, a week. I am also on a special athlete’s diet, eating a lot of carbohydrates like bread and pasta, I am also cutting down on chocolate, crisps and anything else fatty. Equally as important, I try to consume at least 2 litres of fluid a day to keep my water levels high and to make sure I don’t dehydrate. In the past I have had many injuries and health problems. At present I
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2012 for the course ENG 111 taught by Professor Hickman during the Spring '08 term at Ivy Tech Community College.

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