Participant as an individual

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    • AGE & SPORT
      • Flexibility
        • decreases with age. If put on weight flexibility reduces
      • Strength
        • decreases as we get. Young people will not achieve maximal strength until fully grown in early 20s.
      • Oxygen
        • Capacity reduces with the heart and becomes less efficient.
          • Arteries gradually lose elasticity, increasing blood pressure and reduce blood flow
      • Skill Levels
        • improves with age & experience
      • Age (recoveries)
        • Older you get the longer it takes you to recover from injuries. More chance from suffering with diseases & disorders. Gradual build up of wear & tear on the body
    • DISABILITY & SPORT
      • Things done to help disabled people
        • Adaptations
          • rule changes, size of pitch/court
        • Access
          • need to get into the leisure centre or facility. Ramps, lifts, bigger changing rooms & also a hoist
        • Parking
          • parking spaces near entry. Also made wider & deeper
        • Provision
          • Specialist coaches & training for teachers.
          • Special clubs  & sessions
    • GENDER & SPORT
      • Physique
      • Cardiovascular endurance
      • Strength
      • Bone Structure
      • Flexibility
      • Fat
    • PHYSIQUE
      • Ectomorph
        • narrow shoulders & hips, small chest, low fat, low muscle bulk
          • long distance runner
      • Endomorph
        • pear shaped body, wide hips wide shoulders
          • weightlifter
      • Mesomorph
        • wedge shaped body, narrow hips, broad shoulders, low % of body fat
          • swimming
    • ENVIRONMENT & SPORT
      • Weather
      • Pollution
      • Alltitude
      • Terrain
    • RISK
      • The possibility of suffering harm, loss or danger.
    • CHALLENGE
      • a test of your ability or resources in a demanding situation

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ccurnick98

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