Training Required To Be A Soccer Player

23 Mar 2015 09 Jan 2018

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Soccer players need a combination of fitness attributes such as strength, endurance, power, co-ordination, speed and agility, in order to perform and play at a high intensity considering games last 90 minutes plus, therefore as stated by (Stolen et al, 2005) success depends on players being mentally, physically, technically and tactically prepared for competition. Within this assignment I will outline the preparation requirements for a soccer player ...

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Efficacy of Growth Factors Concentration after PRP

01 Aug 2017 18 Sep 2017

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Efficacy of growth factors concentration (hGH, IGF-1, FGF-2, PDGF, VEGF) after autologous Platelet-rich plasma injection (PRP) on accelerating healing of proximal hamstring tear for athletes. Ahmed Gaballah 1- Department of Sports Health Sciences, Damietta University, Damietta, Egypt. 2- Kinesiology and Health Sciences Department, Utah State University, Logan, UT, USA Abstract Platelet rich plasma (PRP) become popular biologically method used to accelerate healing in sports medicine ...

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Rehabilitation for Anterior Glenohumeral Subluxation

01 Aug 2017 11 Sep 2017

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6-weeks Physical Rehabilitation Protocol for Anterior Glenohumeral Subluxation in Athletes Abstract: Background: Anterior shoulder dislocations and subluxations are common in young athletes. The mechanism for the first or primary shoulder dislocation may involve a collision or a fall typically with the arm in an abducted and externally rotated position. Contact sports, such as rugby and ice hockey, provide frequent opportunities for this injury to ...

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Models of Teacher and Student Centred Learning

01 Aug 2017 11 Sep 2017

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In this part of the essay, I will examine reasons for the shift from teacher-centered to student-centered learning and arguments to why models based approaches are considered more effective than traditional approaches, reflecting on the education value of Siedentop's (1994) sport education model. Modern education is shifting from being teacher-led to being more student-centered. Traditional approaches in Physical education (PE) originally follows a sequence which ...

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Physiology of Athletes

01 Aug 2017

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Extended Response 1 This is fun run is effective as it incorporates factors affecting performance.  The two competitors which participated in the long distance (14km) fun run must have used the dominant energy system which is the Aerobic Energy System even though in the certain parts of the event the ATP energy system could have been used.  The aerobic system is initiated during continuous activity ...

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Rheumatoid Arthritis Physiology

01 Aug 2017

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Introduction Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is defined as a chronic, autoimmune condition that affects 400,000 people in the UK (Cooney et al. 2010). It is both bilateral and symmetrical in pattern and is typically presented in individuals between 30 to 50 years with females being more afflicted than men (Cooney et al. 2010). Although, RA is of unknown aetiology, causes are said to be both genetic ...

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Levers in the Body

23 Mar 2015 10 Jul 2017

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First-class Levers Typical examples of first-class lever are the crowbar, seesaw, and elbow extension. An example of this type of lever in the body is seen with the triceps applying the force to the olecranon (F) in extending the nonsupported forearm (W) at the elbow (A). Other examples of this type of lever may be seen in the body when the agonist and the antagonist muscle groups ...

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How To Keep Yourself Healthy Essay

18 May 2017 16 Jun 2017

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Keywords: keeping yourself healthy, keep oneself healthy Maintaining a healthy body is not that easy and not so difficult also. Always there is a need to be healthy because unhealthy body will be attacked by many diseases. Here we will discuss about some tips which will help to have a happy and healthy life. Most important tip for a healthy body is to have healthy food and ...

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Comparing Structures of the Heart

23 Mar 2015 13 Jun 2017

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Keywords: sheep heart vs pig heart, fetal pig heart structure, heart dissection structure This exercise was conducted so that the anatomical construction of the cardiac structures would be evident.There were no safety precautions necessary as all dissections were done on line as virtual dissections. Activity 1: Microscopic Anatomy of Cardiac Muscle Observations: Sketch and label your slide in the space provided. Include a description of the structures ...

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Exercise Through Dance

23 Mar 2015 08 Jun 2017

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Keywords: benefits of dancing Dance is another form of exercising which require you to use most of your body muscle. Dancing has come around for along time. Dancing is a part of ancient ritual and is pair with music. People dancing with music, without music dancing is not complete. In Egypt, dancing before god is a vital elements in the temple ritual. Beside for ritual, dance is ...

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Jump Shot In Handball

23 Mar 2015 07 Jun 2017

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Keywords: shooting in handball, handball shooting skills The jump shot is one of the most important elements of handball as in the game, motor behavior are performed in specific conditions with the presence of players of the opposing team and while adhering to the regulations. However which areas can be controlled and are used to make the handball action more efficient? Thus we will look into the ...

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Types of Exercise in Sports

23 Mar 2015 06 Jun 2017

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Sport was known as part of exercise where most people used to stay in healthy lifestyle. Exercise is the body's physical exertion. The main function of exercise is to achieve a higher level of fitness and health, for both physically and mentally. Sport is an competitive,organized, skillful, and entertaining physical activity. To be the winner, the player requiring commitment, strategy, and fair play that can be defined ...

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Effects of Sedentary Lifestyle on Obesity

23 Mar 2015 05 Jun 2017

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Keywords: obesity sedentary lifestyle, sedentary lifestyle effects, obesity inactive lifestyle Introduction Currently, obesity and overweight is a main global health problem plaguing almost the whole planet. Studies show that in 2005 1.6 billion adults were overweight and 400 million adults were obese. As it is portrayed, obesity and overweight is a problem of the contemporary societies that cannot be confronted. According to a recent study of the ...

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Physiological Demands Of The Marathon

23 Mar 2015 19 May 2017

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Mark Speedie is a national level runner, aged 25. Historically his training has involved continuous running training but he understands that interval training and/or resistance training may further enhance his performance. The aim of the marathon is to maintain a high power output over the official 42.195km distance, a feat which requires substantial physical and psychological preparedness (John A. Hawley & Fiona J. Spargo, 2007; McLaughlin, Howley, ...

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Function Of The Cardiovascular System

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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In this assessment i will be writing about that structure and function of the cardiovascular system. The cardiovascular system includes the heart, blood vessels, blood and the lymphatic system. The heart is an organ that is a none fatiguing muscle; it passes amino acids and other key nutrients. It transports other gases like oxygen and hormones. It carries waste products and then they are removed from the ...

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Manual handling injuries at the gym

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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Working out at the gym is everyones business from education to big companies. In the US, schools have introduced physical activities such as weight training in their daily program. This is because researchers agreed that children doing physical exercises often have better grades at school. Big companies have found out that healthy employees are more productive and so pays fitness club for their employees. Like a phoenix, ...

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Structure And Functions Of The Skeletal System

23 Mar 2015 17 May 2017

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HUMAN SKELETON - is the internal structure that holds the human body up and with the help of the muscular system allows us to move, also works to protect the delicate and vital organs found inside it from being damaged. At birth the human skeleton is made up of 275 different bones and as the body matures some of these bones start to fuse together leaving only ...

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Performance Enhancing Drugs In Sports

23 Mar 2015 17 May 2017

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Performance enhancing drugs have been used in sports for years. Professional athletes like Barry bonds, Mark McGuire, and Lance Armstrong have been using PEDs for years. Sjöqvist, Garle, & Rane, states, "Notable examples include Ben Johnson's gold medal for the 100 m at the Seoul Olympics in 1988, and hundreds of other winning elite athletes who have been caught in doping tests" (Sjöqvist, Garle, & Rane, 2008). ...

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Purpose Of The Wingate Test

23 Mar 2015 16 May 2017

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Introduction The Wingate anaerobic test was developed to determine peak anaerobic power and mean power output in 30 seconds (Powers & Howley, 1990) (Dekerle, 2008)The test was developed to be highly reproducible and the bench mark for all other anaerobic power tests. The test will use different energy systems in which to power the muscles, with the main energy system being used for a cycle ergometer test ...

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Definition Of Motivation In Sport

23 Mar 2015 16 May 2017

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This reviewed research is on motivation in sport. A variety of definitions and approaches to the study motivation will be discussed. One of the forms of motivation being discussed will be intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. Intrinsic motivations are very important for promoting satisfaction and long term participation in sport. There are three academic approaches to the study of intrinsic motivation: behavioral, cognitive, and motivational. Researchers have found ...

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The effect of exercise on blood pressure

23 Mar 2015 16 May 2017

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Introduction: The Cardiopulmonary System is the system in the body that is responsible for collecting and distributing oxygen to all parts of the body for use in cellular respiration and is also for removing the waste carbon dioxide that the body produces after burning the oxygen. This system is comprised of the respiratory and circulatory systems which include the heart, lungs, veins, arteries, and capillaries. The respiratory ...

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The Importance Of A Electrocardiogram

23 Mar 2015 12 May 2017

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An electrocardiogram is an important part of the initial evaluation of a patient who is suspected to have a heart related problem. There are 12 small sticky electrodes that applied to the patient's chest, arms and legs. However, with some systems, the electrodes may be applied to the chest, shoulders and the sides of the lower chest, or hips. The wires are used to connect the patient ...

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General Swimming Fitness Testing

23 Mar 2015 12 May 2017

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Science can help fine tune the athlete, as in the end even a few hundredths of a second often decide the result of races. An exercise physiologist, strength coach or fitness trainer uses the science of muscle physiology and training to prepare the swimmer physically for their competition. There are many aspects to a race, and the training needs to address each of these. The muscles should ...

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Effects Of The Pocari Sports Drink

23 Mar 2015 11 May 2017

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The purpose of this study is to find what effects the sport drink Pocari sweat has on some selected physiological variables. The main aim of the sports research world is to improve athlete's performance. The ways in which this is accomplished is by either developing products to aid in performance or determining how to make an athlete's body more efficient in sport activities. Two main research areas ...

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The Dental Induced Bacteraemia

23 Mar 2015 11 May 2017

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Your Uncle not the same as last time who has been taking clopidogrel for a number of years approaches you, a dental student, to explain something to him. After two weeks of weariness and fever, his doctor recently diagnosed Infective Endocarditus by blood cultures. An echocardiogram indicated a bicuspid aortic valve, and listening to the chest using a stethoscope the doctor could also detect a slight murmur. ...

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The Benefits Of Youth Sports

23 Mar 2015 09 May 2017

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A sport is a competitive, organized, entertaining, and dexterous physical movement requiring dedication, fair play, and strategy, and in which a winner can be distinct by objective means. It is controlled by a set of customs or rules. In sports the main factors are the xl capabilities which are physical and skills of the contestant when determining the ending be it losing or winning. The physical activity ...

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Successful Coaching Of Jose Mourinho

23 Mar 2015 08 May 2017

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Jose Mourinho is known as a no-nonsense football coach that carry out his role based his vast experience, supreme knowledge, principal values, valuable opinions and strong beliefs. His coaching philosophy is not only based during field play but also during training. His coaching philosophy during field play is as such: Football possession is not important, (Knowing himself) Winning a football match is more important than playing a ...

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Comparison Of Olympic And Paralympic Games

23 Mar 2015 08 May 2017

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Commonwealth, World Cup, English Premier League are sports event that is very popular. Besides all those events, the Olympics and Paralympics are one of the most well-known sporting events in the world now. Everybody knows about Olympics and Paralympics. The background of Olympics is founded by a young Frenchmen named Pierre de Coubertin. In 1890, he organized and founded a sports organization, Union des Sociétés Francaises de ...

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Evaluation Of A Netball Coaching Session

23 Mar 2015 05 May 2017

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The responsibility of a coach is to develop an athlete's physical, technical, tactical and mental abilities. Moreover, their overall aim is to win in competition. As Martens(1987) suggests, one of the most important roles of the coach in competitive sport is to help athletes become more proficient in their performance. A good quality coach, meeting these criteria will be identified as 'superior.' The media may play a ...

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The History Of Manchester United Football Club

23 Mar 2015 05 May 2017

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Manchester United is the biggest most famous football club not only in England but worldwide. It has the largest fan base in the world with over 50 million supporters. They have had the greatest average attendance in England for 36 out of the last 40 years and their stadium old Trafford located in greater Manchester is consistently full to capacity for every home game which is about ...

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Effect Of Exercise On Arterial Blood Pressure

23 Mar 2015 05 May 2017

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The aim of this experiment is to investigate the effects of different intensity of exercise on heart rate and arterial blood pressure in young healthy human subjects. Jumping jack exercise is used in this experiment by increasing the frequency of jumping which are 5, 10, 20, 25 and 30 cycles continuously for 5 sessions. The HR and BP were measured before and after the exercise for the ...

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The Classification Of Fundamental Movement Skills

23 Mar 2015 04 May 2017

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The objective of this paper to have a literature review on fundamental movement skills and also to use the integrated approach of qualitative analysis of human movement to study the FMS performed by the child subject. The definition of FMS Fundamental movement skills are movement patterns that involve different body parts such as the legs, arms, trunk and head. Fundamental movement skills are the building blocks for ...

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The Gas Exchange And Transport

23 Mar 2015 03 May 2017

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The changes in pulmonary ventilation and blood flow are actually regulated by the central nervous system through the respiratory and cardiovascular areas located in the brain. According to Sir Joseph Barcroft in 1934, exercise actually 'forces' both cardiovascular and respiratory system to perform at a higher level of function. [1] This helps us to understand better how both respiratory and cardiovascular systems interact with each other to ...

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The Development Of Fundamental Movement Skills

23 Mar 2015 03 May 2017

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The Development on Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) during childhood is important for the development of that child as well as them being successful in sport, so they can learn other life skills. (Okely & Booth 2004) To understand when Children should start to learn FMS is to understand the long term development model (LTD), knowing this will help indentify when children need to learn which skill by ...

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What Limits Vo2 Max?

23 Mar 2015 02 May 2017

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Vo2 max is the maximum capacity of an individuals body to use and transport oxygen during exercise. Vo2 stands for the maximum volume consumption of oxygen. To measure an individual's vo2 max accurately the subject will undertake an athletic test usually on a treadmill or cycle ergometer, as the intensity of the workout increases the intake of oxygen and the concentration of carbon dioxide exhaled is monitored. ...

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The Effects Of Exercise On Pulse Rate

23 Mar 2015 02 May 2017

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Aim: To find out how exercise affects the human body, by measuring changes in pulse rate and blood pressure. Introduction The glucose is broken down in our tissues into Adenosine Tri-Phosphate (ATP). ATP provides energy for processes such as muscle contraction (the process needed for exercise). The glucose and oxygen necessary for respiration are transported to the cells through the blood stream. The heart muscles contract to ...

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Parameters For Noise Pollution Measurement

23 Mar 2015 02 May 2017

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Noise is defined as the sound which is unwanted or undesired for a particular community in a particular place. Sound is the form of energy which gives the sensation of hearing. It is produced by longitudinal mechanical waves in the matter and is transmitted by the oscillations of atoms and molecules of matter. Noise is basically a form of unwanted sound with a specific pitch, intensity, frequency, ...

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The Main Functions Of The Nervous System

23 Mar 2015 01 May 2017

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The nervous system is the control and communication system of the body. It sends and receives messages. The nervous system controls all our body movements. It is made up of two parts, the central nervous system (CNS), and the peripheral nervous system (PNS). The central nervous system consists of the brain and the spinal cord, and the peripheral nervous system is made up of the nerves and ...

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Orthokinesis In Slaters Relative To Humidity

23 Mar 2015 28 Apr 2017

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There are many different species slaters and for this experiment I chose to test the Porcellio scaber or more commonly known as the Rough Common Woodlouse. This humidity test links to the slaters ecological niche through examining its preferred habitat which is known to be dark, damp and sheltered areas. The Slaters that I collected for testing, I found under old flat pieces of wood that were ...

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Exercise For Beating Obesity

23 Mar 2015 27 Apr 2017

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Some people consider fitness a physical activity that includes rigorous daily exercise regime, others consider it is being slim-trim or having muscular body or having stamina to do a marathon run. Fitness is a sign of having fit body and healthy mind. Nowadays, the worldwide percentage of obese people is increasing and it became the centre stage of healthcare industry. Previously, obesity was considered a sign of ...

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Health And Fitness Structure

23 Mar 2015 27 Apr 2017

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To-day health and fitness or wellness services industry is also a fast growing sector in India. In the previous unit we have discussed about the hospitality industry wherein offering health club services are considered as an additional feature of a hospitality business. Now, in this unit let us discuss exclusively about the health and fitness industry that is booming in India. This segment includes a number of ...

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A Report Of The Nervous System

23 Mar 2015 27 Apr 2017

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The report are divided into two parts. first we will be talking about the Organization of the Nervous System, that includes the Peripheral Nervous system, and the Central Nervous system, then we will move on to the Brain and Behavior part, where we will start to talk about the brain and listing down the three major regions of the brains, and how each brain has its own ...

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The Vital Capacity Test In Football

23 Mar 2015 27 Apr 2017

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Football has become a sport that interest by all population in this world. To play or become a good football player, the person must master many skills and have a healthy physical and mental. Football players also must combine speed, strength, agility, power, and endurance as basic qualities before the individual skills inherent to the playing of soccer can be utilized and depend on the position such ...

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Techniques Of Javelin Throwing

23 Mar 2015 25 Apr 2017

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Observation and analysis is imperative to coaches in order to provide the learner with detailed feedback about their performance (Hay, 1994). Javelin throwing has shown little change in technique throughout the years and elite performers virtually show identical techniques. Some athletes differ with their techniques by rotating the javelin arm forward, down and then extend it back prior to throwing. The most common technique of javelin keeps ...

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Energy Systems Assignment Task

23 Mar 2015 24 Apr 2017

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For example: goalie position is in the aerobic glycolysis (breakdown of glucose) system. They are treading water in one position until someone takes a shot. When someone takes a shot, the goalie has to react fast and powerful to get maximum power. Utility players are going as fast as possible for the entire game. Center forward plays at a med-high speed, generally in the anaerobic system throughout ...

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Physical Activity And Academic Performance

23 Mar 2015 24 Apr 2017

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The recommendations for participating in physical activity for children is 60 minutes per day, or more. Physical education is insufficient for children nowadays (Carlson, et. al., 2008). Children can benefit a great deal from physical activity; the beneficial effect comes in many forms. For example, physical activity is considered good for cardiovascular health, musculoskeletal health, blood pressure, among other forms (Strong, et. al., 2005). Depression is a ...

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How the heart functions as a pump

23 Mar 2015 24 Apr 2017

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The objective of this essay is to show how the heart functions as a pump in transporting oxygen to the different parts of the body and how reduction in coronary blood flow can impair the cardiac function. The first part of the essay describes the location, structure, electrical activity within the heart and how the heart transports oxygen throughout the body. The second part describes how reduced ...

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The Human Dive Reflex

23 Mar 2015 21 Apr 2017

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INTRODUCTION: The dive reflex is portrayed as bradycardia caused by submerging an individual's head underwater. In diving vertebrates this occurs in a remarkable manner than compared to humans (Hurwitz & Furedy 1986). A diving seal where baseline heart rate rises 100 beats to 10 beats per minute when diving would be an example of this (Hurwitz & Furedy 1986). Bradycardia is stated as slow resting heart rate ...

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Bio Mechanical Analysis Of Throwing Techniques

23 Mar 2015 21 Apr 2017

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The game of cricket is believed to have been played in organized form hundreds of years ago. Cricket was introduced to North America via the English colonies in the 17th century (Bowen., 1970), probably before it had even reached the north of England. In the 18th century it arrived in other parts of the globe. It was introduced to the West Indies by colonists (Bowen., 1970), and ...

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Upper Body Tests Of Muscular Strength

23 Mar 2015 20 Apr 2017

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Muscular strength and endurance are one of the health-related physical fitness components (ACSM, 2003). McManis, Baumgartner, & Wuest(2000)mentioned that the level of muscular strength and endurance affects an individual's ability to perform daily functions and various physical activities throughout the life span. Upper-body strength and endurance are also considered important for performing functional and daily activities as well as preventing injury and osteoporosis. Because of the importance ...

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The Plyometric Training In Badminton

23 Mar 2015 20 Apr 2017

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PHYSICAL TRAINING IN SPORTS Physical fitness is a very important factor affecting performance in sports. As in the preparatory phase of periodization plan for any training programme, the physical fitness is always the first to be developed before focusing into other training factors such as technical training, tactical training, and psychological training. Physical fitness contributes to sports performance. It serves as a foundation that leads to high ...

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Training Cycles For A Basketball Player

23 Mar 2015 18 Apr 2017

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I am designing a years training program for a basketball player who is at an academy level. I will be providing four cycles, a macrocycle, mesocycle and two detailed microcycle Key components of fitness for the player to improve are: Position: small forward 6ft 4 age 18- They are generally the most versatile player in the team. Should be an explosive player because they have to rebound ...

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Body Building And Training

23 Mar 2015 18 Apr 2017

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Like any other sport, body building requires one to go through a lot of body building training in order to perfect ones skill as well as build up the desired mass of body muscle. This entails the body builder enrolling in weight lifting sessions where you are assigned to a coach. Through hard work and training routines the coach helps you to achieve the desired mass of ...

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Physical Activity Among School Age Children

23 Mar 2015 18 Apr 2017

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I am looking at physical activity among school ages children K-12. Physical Education programs and recess are being cut across the country, so that more time and can be spent on increasing test scores. It is no secret that, today's kids are much less active than in past generations and their health is suffering due to their lack of activity. I want to create a survey, or ...

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Physical Education In Schools | Essay

23 Mar 2015 18 Apr 2017

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Education, in the broad sense, can be considered as any act or experience that has a formative effect on the mind, character, or physical ability of an individual. Formal education is the process by which society, through schools, colleges, universities and other institutions, deliberately transmits its cultural heritage, accumulated knowledge, values, and skills from one generation to another. It involves planned programs and distinct methods for the ...

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Benefits Of The Olympic Games

23 Mar 2015 18 Apr 2017

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This essay will analyse the benefits of the 2012 Olympic Games which will bring and has brought to the UK. The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games will bring a lot of benefits to the UK this essay intends to look at several of these opportunities; these opportunities include the development of sport, increase in tourism and increase in economic activity throughout the UK. (reference) Local authorities ...

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The Importance Of A Sports Doctor

23 Mar 2015 14 Apr 2017

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A sports doctor is a type of doctor who pursues in the prevention and treatment of injuries that affiliated with sports athletic activity. In professional sports, a sports medicine will be in group with a specific team and will be paid to care for the health for athletes. Sports doctors are most frequently associated with injuries to the joints, bones, and muscles. They focus primarily on injuries ...

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The Benefits Of A Pacemaker

23 Mar 2015 14 Apr 2017

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What is a Pacemaker? An artificial pacemaker is an electronic medical device which is used to treat abnormalities in the rhythm of the human heart. These devices are used internally inside the body, are usually small and implanted into the chest. The pacemaker provides electrical impulses that allow the heart to beat at its normal rate, if the heart were not able to do so by itself. ...

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The Life Of Sachin Tendulkar - Essay

23 Mar 2015 13 Apr 2017

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As said by the legend - Amitabh Bachchan himself "Sachin (Tendulkar) is the heartbeat of our nation. The country breathes every time he goes out to play and when he is out, the country stops breathing." Demi - God, The Master Blaster, Bombay Bomber, the little master, Sach, slashin sachin, 4+6=10ulkar, 10ulkar, God of Cricket and so on and so forth . This is the presence of ...

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Effect Of Exercise On The Human Body Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015 13 Apr 2017

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The increase in the prevalence of obesity has seemed to lead to an increase in the trend of healthy eating and exercise over the years (Flegal, Carroll, Ogden & Johnson, 2002). Interestingly, exercise is actually considered a form of stress, as it is a "disruption of homoeostasis" (Plowman & Smith, 2011, p.22). Exercise is defined as "a single acute bout of bodily exertion or muscular activity that ...

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Analysis of the Basketball Free Throw

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Analysis of the Basketball Free Throw Abstract The purpose of this paper is to analyze free throw shooting in basketball and to demonstrate the relationship between structural and functional anatomy and movement performance. This paper will discuss the muscles and actions that are important for the movement and how these muscles relate specifically to the movement outcome, limiting/facilitating joints and associated structures. Also discussed is the ...

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Respiration Values Of Athletes Vs Non Athletes Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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The purpose of this lab was to compare the lung capacities of six different individuals, within three different categories: smoker, athlete, and non-athlete. This report in particular focuses on the specific lung volumes and capacities of an athlete and a non-athlete. Physical activity has a very definite effect on how deeply a person can breathe. It was therefore hypothesized that due to their increased amount of aerobic ...

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Hamstring Muscle Strains A Common Injury Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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Hamstring muscle strains are one of the common problems for many athletes which results in significant loss of on-field time. These injuries tend to heel slowly. Hamstring injuries are more common in sprinters and athletes, as they perform high-speed skilled movements. Once hamstring injury occurs, without proper rehabilitation and rest the athlete is at high risk for recurrence. Some pose complicated challenges remains after the injury rehabilitation, ...

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Maintaining A Healthy Lifestyle Through Sport Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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Sport was known as part of exercise where most people used to stay in healthy lifestyle. Exercise is the body's physical exertion. The main funtcion of exercise is to achieve a higher level of fitness and health, for both physically and mentally. Sport is an competitive,organized, skillful, and entertaining physical activity. To be the winner, the player requiring commitment, strategy, and fair play that can be defined ...

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Observation Study On Physical Education On Children Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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This field observation study was conducted during a school PE lesson during the 30 minute period between 12:00-12:30pm. The lesson was an indoor dance lesson taken at a secondary school by a PE teacher. The participants of the dance lesson were year 7 (11-12 year old) girls. The CBAS (Coaching Behaviour Assessment System) developed by Smith, Smoll and Hunt (1977) was used to measure the coaches obvious ...

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The Bounce Of A Ball Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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The bounce height of the ball is a function of the intrinsic qualities of the ball. Elevating the ball to a certain height will cause it to gain gravitational potential energy that is equal to the amount given by the equation E = mass x gravity x height. (The value of gravity on earth is approximately 9.81m/s²) Therefore, the higher the ball is, the higher the potential ...

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Investigating Effect Of Exercise Intensity Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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Cardiovascular fitness refers to the ability of the heart and lungs to supply oxygen-rich blood to the working muscle tissues of the body and the ability of muscles to use oxygen to produce energy for movement. Cardiovascular fitness is developed by sustained physical activity and is a health-related measure of physical fitness. An individual's ability to deliver oxygen to working muscles is affected by many physiological parameters, ...

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How Altitude Training Improve Efficiency And Performance Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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As most know, altitude training has been a part of the competitive endurance world for the past few decades. The concept of altitude training, in retrospect, is that the athlete trains at an intermediate altitude above sea level for an extended period of time, thus causing the body to compensate for the reduced amount of oxygen by increasing the size of red blood cells and hemoglobin; as ...

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The High Altitude Physiology Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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The term high altitude has no precise scientific definition (see section on epidemiology for working definitions). Physiologically, high altitudes are generally accepted as altitudes above 2700 m. At this altitudes the arterial partial pressure of oxygen (PaO2) is around 66 mm Hg giving an arterial oxygen saturation of hemoglobin (SaO2) of 92%. During sleep the resultant hypoventilation produces a further drop of PaO2, and the SaO2 drops ...

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Needs Analysis Greco Roman Wrestling Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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Introduction Greco-Roman wrestling is a style of wrestling that is practiced worldwide. Originating from Ancient Greece, it reappeared in the first modern Olympic Games in 1896 and has been performed in every edition of the Olympic Games since then (1). Two wrestlers compete and are being evaluated by their performance in 3 two-minute periods, which can be terminated sooner by a pin. For this paper we are ...

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Fitness Levels In Circuit Training Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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The chosen activity for this assignment is circuit training.Circuit training improves general fitness which is health-related and specific fitness,for a specific activity; here circuit training.In pursuing such activity I may improve both my strength and cardiovascular fitness.Circuit training is essentially structured exercise.Aerobic fitness,strength and flexibility are all improved pursuing circuit training.Incorporated into such an exercise structure are fixed weights/machine 'stations' which isolate specific muscle groups.A complete exercise ...

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Mock Circulation Loop For Biomedical Device Testing Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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As biomedical devices are become ever more high-tech, research in them is spreading wider across various engineering disciplines. In order to allow the advancement of technologies in this area to continue, it is necessary that companies and research organisations have access to their own low cost, pulsatile Mock Circulation Loop (MCL) for developmental testing. A Mock Circulation Loop simulates pressure-flow response of the human circulatory system, for ...

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Effects Of Concentration Level On Academic Performance Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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This report sets out research based on level of concentration a student gains which helps academic performance after having breaks during lectures. In essence the research proposal seeks to understand more about the effect and cause relationship to come out with precise results. The aim of the study is to see the level of student concentration on academic performance during lectures in relation to breaks they get. ...

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History Of The Premier League Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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Premier League Premier League or just Premiership (English: Premier League / Premiership) division is the highest level of English football. It officially named Barclays Premier League (Barclays Premier League) because of its sponsor - English Barclays Bank. The Premier League is the most watched sports league in the world and the richest Cup in Europe. Founded in 1992 and currently competing in her twenty team. In sixteen ...

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Factors Influencing Participation In Physical Activity Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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When promoting physical activity to improve and maintain health, the socio-environmental influences that influence participation have to be taken into consideration. Physical activity is very important to public health as it has physical and mental health benefits (Kruk, 2009). It is crucial for prevention of disease but also improves a person's health and well-being and there are social benefits (Kruk, 2009). Chronic diseases such as diabetes, stroke ...

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Drop And Cut Shot In Badminton Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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Badminton is one of the most popular racket sports in the world. In Badminton, there are various skills- long service, short service, drop shot, overhead smash forehand smash, backhand smash etc. The most commonly used stroke is the Short service. It is the best skill of execution that determines to surmount the other player. Badminton is foremost racket sports; however, there is still a lack of scientific ...

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Professionalization With In Sports Coaching Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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According to Semotuik (1982) sport coaching goes back to the fourth century B.C to ancient Greece. It is evident that by the fifth century B.C coaching became more structured and organised, where the coaches were responsible in giving the athletes technical instruction, fitness and motivation leading up to festival participation (Semotuik, 1982).In ancient Greece sport coaching was recognised as a leading profession. At one point Greek maritime ...

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Energy Requirement For A Triathlon Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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This paper aims to profile the endurance sport: triathlon on its metabolic energy systems requirements and to suggest 2 training strategies that allow the triathletes to meet those requirements and to achieve higher performance. A triathlon is a multi-sport endurance event consisting of swimming, cycling, and running over different distances. Triathletes compete for fastest overall course completion time, including timed "transitions" between the individual swim, bike, and ...

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Academic Problems Facing College Students Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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Post-secondary education is facing many problems today. One of the most significant issues is that students are not prepared for the academic demands of college, which can lead to dissatisfaction, poor grades and non-completion. Nationally, academic preparedness is deficient (Moore, 2006). Idaho has witnessed this problem and is working to overcome the challenges (Idaho State Board of Education, 2009). College enrollment of young adults in Idaho has ...

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General Fitness And Training Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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My chosen pursued activity is general fitness which is health-related;specifically circuit training. In pursuing such activity I may improve both my strength and cardiovascular fitness.Circuit training is essentially structured exercise.Aerobic fitness,strength and flexibility are all improved pursuing circuit training.Incorporated into such an exercise structure are fixed weights/machine 'stations' which isolate specific muscle groups.A complete exercise set is achieved within a given period of time,usually 20 minutes.An uninterrupted ...

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Advanced Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation For Neurological Patients Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF) consists of patterns and techniques used for stimulating the human's proprioceptors to promote neuromuscular system response (1) PNF techniques: PNF techniques, aims, and principle: The first PNF technique is timing for emphasis, whose aim to strength and improve endurance in weak muscle groups, correct muscle imbalance, and increase ROM. This technique is based on the principle of using strong component to facilitate movement ...

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Sport And Physical Activity Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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1. INTRODUCTION Sport and physical activity are powerful tools and by engaging all sections of the community, they can help to break down barriers, bring people together to share positive experiences and gain a greater understanding of each other's lives. Sport can enrich people's quality of life, by improving health and well-being. It can help raise self-esteem and confidence and provide enjoyment, which in turn builds stronger, safer ...

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Investigating The Structure Of Pig Heart Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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Introduction There are three layers of the heart: the epicardium, myocardium and the endocardium. The heart, like a dual pump, which is to pump blood around the whole body, pick-up nutrients and oxygen, at the same time, helping eliminate deleterious wastes, such as carbon dioxide. Moreover, the heart consists of four chambers: two ventricles and two atria. The upper chambers are called atria while the lower chambers ...

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Injuries Within Sports Games Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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A great number of injuries occur in the context of recreational rugby games. It has been generally presumed that after a sports injury, the sports injury management programme is highly depend on compliance to sports physiotherapist recommended rehabilitation regime. Even the best treatment plan made by sports therapist specially designed for the patients could not guarantee that the patient would follow that treatment plan. Effectiveness of the ...

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Skills Needed For Futsal Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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Good kicking is needed in futsal. Accuracy and fast kicking could be achieved when players have good technique. Usually the coach will identify the major characteristics that can help players to train in improving their instep kicking techniques as instep kicking is similarly to football instep kicking. Football and futsal players applied the same kicking technique during instep kicking. There are many studies in which the characteristics ...

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Strength And Conditioning Programs Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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Strength and conditioning programs have been a vital ingredient in the physical developments of athletes for so many years. It is vital and prudent to examine the effects of such strength and conditioning programs in order to examine the changes which of occurred as a result. (Stodden & Galitski, 2010).Testing helps athletes and coaches assess athletic talent and identify physical abilities and areas in need of improvement. ...

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The Importance Of A Cardiovascular System Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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The heart is the powerhouse of the cardiovascular system. It pumps the blood throughout the body; it is a double pump because it pumps blood in two different directions. The main parts of the hearts are the vena cava, the pulmonary trunk, the pulmonary arteries, pulmonary veins, the left and right atrium, the left and right ventricle, the septum, the chordate tendineae and the aorta. The heart ...

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Transfer Of Learning From A Overarm Throw Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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The objective of this assignment is to do a study on the transfer of learning from overarm throw to a badminton forehand clear the subject Peter. Transfer of learning The transfer of learning refers to influence of previous practice or performance of a skill or skills on the learning of a new skill (Magill, 2004). Generally, the transfer of learning comes in 3 different ways, they are ...

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Observation Of Anatomy Of A Pigs Heart Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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The purposes for this experiment is observe and describe the external and internal anatomy of a mammalian (pig) heart, and draw and label the structure by hand. Introduction The heart is an important pump organ that all animals possess in some forms. Mammalian heart consisted of four chambers, left atrium, left ventricle, right atrium and right ventricle, however, Lane, R. (2010a) stated that the amphibian only contains ...

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Prevalence Of Physical Activity Among Physiotherapy Students Physical Education Essay

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The aim of this study was to investigate the and to examine the exercise barriers which are prevailing in today's generation. A total of 212 physiotherapy students aged between 18 and 25 years participated in the study, out of which 127 were girls and 85 were boys. The students were categorised based on the metabolic equivalent (MET) values in the International Physical activity Questionnaire and an External ...

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Sleep Deprivation And Academic Performance Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between sleep deprivation and academic performance. Specifically, this study examined the awareness of students on the importance of sleep, to determine the average amount of sleep a student get a night, to show the correlation between sleep deprivation and academic performance as well as to investigate the comparison on sleep deprivation between Arts and Sciences students. This ...

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Premier League Football Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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The Premier League is the most watched football league in the world and it's at the first level of the English football league system. Contested by 20 clubs, it operates on a system of promotion and relegation where each club plays every other club twice, once at home and once away, getting three points for a win, one point for a draw and zero for a loss. ...

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Clubhouse Facilities For The Youth Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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Young people are trying to make an impact and make a positive transition to adulthood. This research will provide an over view of what facilities the youth need and want. Out of school services for the youth is essential. Youth are concerned about not having enough facilities for them. Most youths even use this as an excuse when they end up in trouble. When most youths are ...

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The Importance Of Exercise In Older People Physical Education Essay

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In older adults, physical activity is a necessary action to provide and maintain health.1 A substantial amount of empirical evidence has demonstrated that the health benefits associated with participation in physical activity can maintain functional independence and ultimately improve quality of life.2-.3 In addition, participation in physical activity improves self-esteem, mental alertness and social interaction, and decreases levels of depression.4-5 Physical activity is also a major independent ...

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New Fitness Trends And Crazes Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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The fitness industry is constantly diversifying with new fitness trends and crazes. The most recent trend is Zumba. Zumba is being marketed as a new exciting way to stay active and healthy. It boasts of its fun aspect and its ability to bring people together to get fit and have fun at the same time. Founder, Alberto Perez a Miami based dancer once forgot his traditional music ...

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The Link Segment Model Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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Past few years, there is remarkable growth is happening in the study of human movement because of low cost of digital system and cameras although it has been more advancement and their technology it quite still expensive storage and analysis of massive amounts of data that are required to accurately characterize complex motion. This growing interest in the study of human movement is coming from following predominate ...

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How Does Nutrition Affect Athletic Performance Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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Athletes are dedicated to their sport. They exercise daily, train with professionals, lift weights, engage in team practices, and compete against one another. All this commitment is made in an effort to make the human body work more efficiently. Continuous exercise and training, conditions the muscles to work better alongside the bones. For example, baseball pitchers would want to train the muscles in the arm to throw ...

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Physiology Lab Skeletal Muscle Physiology Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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This first lab activity is intended to familiarize you with the elements of this lab. No assignments are connected to it, and there is no required data collection. If you do not conduct this activity, you may not understand Activities 5, 6 and 7. Activity 5: Fatigue in Isolated Skeletal Muscle Note: After reading the Overview and Introduction, Click on Experiment. Follow the directions on the left ...

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Unhealthy Lifestyles And Obese Children Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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The figure of obesity children is rapidly increasing due to their unhealthy lifestyle and eating habit such as addicted to fast food, video games, and online games which occur in most of the children community nowadays. Unhealthy lifestyle caused most of the children dislike physical bodily movement and lack of physical fitness. A number of researchers involved in teaching physical classes always emphasize the relationship between decreasing ...

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Coaching Theoretical Principles And Models Physical Education Essay

23 Mar 2015

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Coaching is a multi-disciplinary science, enabling the production of a strategy to enhance performance effectively by co-ordinating fundamental features. The coach is required to develop an athlete's physical/technical/tactical skills. They should be able to enhance an individual's psychological/theoretical knowledge/ of a particular sport. As suggested by Bompa(1994), the optimisation of these factors is important to an athlete's readiness for competition. The coach should treat each individual athlete ...

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