Healthy active lifestyle

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  • Healthy and Active Lifestyles
    • Access
      • Many people dont have equal access to sport often due to cultural discrimination, however there have been target groups set up to get sport to these people so everyone has a equal opportunity
    • Opportunity
      • There are many barriers that can  stop people participating  Some of these are
        • Ability/disability
        • Ethnicity race/religion
        • Social Class
        • Age
        • Gender
    • Provision
      • are the facilities available?
        • Some sporting activites need more equipment than others like football for a kick about you need a park and a football, whereas something like horse riding is extremley expensive and only for 'upper class' people as it needs a lot of money to be maintained
        • Transport?
        • Poorer than some
        • Inner city
    • There are different types of stress
  • The body reacts to stress in different ways , as performers undertake specific pre-event rituals which 'stress' the body, it makes temporay changes to help it deal with the stress
    • There are different types of stress
    • Adrenal glands (adrenalin) (Cortisol)
      • Speeds up heart rate, breathing rate and metabolism
        • Dilate blood vessels to let more blood flow to large muscle groups
          • Dilate pupils to improve vision
            • Promp the liver to release some of its stored glucose to increase the bodys nergy
              • Prompt thermoregulation in the form of sweat to cool the body down
  • Adrenal glands (adrenalin) (Cortisol)
    • Speeds up heart rate, breathing rate and metabolism
      • Dilate blood vessels to let more blood flow to large muscle groups
        • Dilate pupils to improve vision
          • Promp the liver to release some of its stored glucose to increase the bodys nergy
            • Prompt thermoregulation in the form of sweat to cool the body down

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