Which of the following is not associated with sports

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2) Which of the following is not associated with sports training and performance? a) Power b) Balance c) Skill d) Reaction time 3) Name 3 of the 6 principles of training. 4) Doing a bicep curl once is considered 1 _____. 5) True or false: When training for power you should perform more reps with a lighter weight. 6) When training for ______ you should only train 2 days/week 7) What are the different types of stretches? 8) True or false: When exercising you should do smaller muscles before larger muscles 9) Which of these is not a specialized training routine? a) pyramiding
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b) circuit weight training c) plyometrics d) Extreme weight lifting 10) What are the 2 positives of periodization? 11) P = Force x _____/time 12) What is the intensity level needed to achieve wellness (health)? 13) What is the equation used to estimate maximum heart rate? 14) True or false: When doing strength development you should concentrate on eccentric contractions. 15) What is the definition of physical activity? 1) The maximum force a muscle or muscle group can generate 2) C 3) Individuality, specificity, reversibility, overload, progression, recovery 4) Rep 5) False 6) Strength 7) Static, ballistic, PNF 8) False 9) D 10) Increase standard of performance, reduce chance of overtraining 11) Distance 12) Under 50% 13) A 14) True 15) A sport related ability to carry out a task Athletic Injuries Questions 1. What are some of the consequences of inflammatory responses? 2. What are the 3 Healing Phases?
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3. _________ is scraping away layers of skin 4. _________ is accumulation of fluid between epidermis and dermis 5. _________ is described as the accumulation of blood within the sin? 6. Laceration is an irregular tear. True or False? 7. Incision is a complete separation of the skin. True or False? 8. What type of injury is this? 9. What type of injury is this? 10. What does “NSAIDs” stand for? 11. What does the acronym PRICE stand for? 12. What are the symptoms and treatment for Tendinitis? 13. What are the symptoms and treatments for Shin Splints? 14. What is the difference between heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke? 15. What are the treatments for Heat (muscle) Cramps?
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ANSWERS: 1) Redness, Swelling, Increased temperature, loss of function, and pain 2) Inflammatory Response Phase (0-4 days), Repair Phase (4-6 weeks), and finally, Remodeling Phase (3 weeks to two years). 3) Abrasion 4) Blister 5) A 6) True 7) False 8) Puncture (says on diagram, sorry) 9) Avulsion (says on diagram, sorry) 10) Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (Ibuprofen, Naproxen, Acetaminophen, Aspirin) 11) Protect, Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation 12) Symptoms: Pain & tenderness, look of use. Treatment: R-I-C-E, Apply heat after 36- 48 of the affected area if swelling has disappeared. Stretch and strengthen the affected area. 13) Symptoms: Pain & tenderness. Treatment: Rest, apply ice to affected area on the front several times a day, before exercise wrap with tape for support, stretch & strengthen muscles in lower leg, Purchase good quality footwear, run on soft surfaces, orthotics 14) Heat cramps: Electrolyte imbalance. Heat Exhaustion: Inability to cool oneself. Heat Stroke: Build up of heat, life threatening.
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  • Winter '12
  • ChantalComeau
  • physical activity, heart attack

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