Physical Education - Enviroment

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What are the 5 enviromental factors that affect participation?
Pollution,Humidity,Terrain,Weather and Altitude
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How does alitude affect performance and participation?
Altitude- are is thinner at a higher altitude so there is less oxygen for those who train in these conditions. After a while the body adapts and produces more blood cells. This means when you perform you will have better musclar endurance.
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How does pollution affect performance and participation?
There is less oxygen in polluted air meaning the muscles aren't recieving enough oxygen thus negatively affecting muscular endurance.
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How does Terrain affect performance and participation?
If the terrain is e.g wet and slippy, the athlete will stuggle to train porperly and may result in injury.
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How does weather affect participation and performance?
It it is e.g freezing the muscles are colder and work less effienctley than warm muscles therefore providing a disadvantageous performance to other athletes
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How does humidity affect participation and performance?
If your trainin gin humid conditions, you sweat more which means you become dehydrated faster.
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Altitude- are is thinner at a higher altitude so there is less oxygen for those who train in these conditions. After a while the body adapts and produces more blood cells. This means when you perform you will have better musclar endurance.

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