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What is a risk assessment?
Making sure that any potential dangers or hazards are identified before any physical activity.
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Give an example of a risk assessment
a wet or slippery surface might mean that it would not be safe to continue
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What is risk control?
Risk control is about making sure that an activity is carried out as safely as possible.
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What is a carbohydrate?
these are the main energy sources for the body and there are two catergories: 1) simple carbohydrates found in foods such as sugar, milk and fruit. 2) complex carbohydrates found in foods such as bread, pasta, potatoes, rice, and pulses/beans.
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What is a high protein diet?
Diet made up of a lot of protien and a reduced intake of carbs and fats.
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What are 3 types of sponsorships?
money payments, equipment, clothing.
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Give an example of a risk assessment

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a wet or slippery surface might mean that it would not be safe to continue

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What is risk control?

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What is a carbohydrate?

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What is a high protein diet?

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