Unit 2 Flashcards

What is Fatigue?
A feeling of extreme tiredness either mentally or physically which is caused by exercise
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Effects of Fatigue
Temporary Loss of strength and skill, Body parts may not function properly, concentration levels decrease, skill/speed/strength levels decrease, you will be forced to stop.
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What can managers do when fatigue takes place?
Substitution, Call time, re-arrange playing formations.
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What is stress?
The bodies reaction to a change that requires a physical, mental or emotional change.
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MEAN
Motivation, Excitement Levels, Anxiety Levels and Nervousness.
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Externally caused injuries
Caused by someone or something else
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internally caused injuries
YOU are responsible, its your own fault.
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Overuse Injuries
Stress Fractures
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Sudden Injuries
Sprain and Strain due to over streching or over working
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Precautions of injury
Warm Up, risk assessment, rules.
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Common Injuries
Head injurys, fractures, cuts and hypertherma
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Card 2

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Temporary Loss of strength and skill, Body parts may not function properly, concentration levels decrease, skill/speed/strength levels decrease, you will be forced to stop.

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Effects of Fatigue

Card 3

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Substitution, Call time, re-arrange playing formations.

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Card 4

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The bodies reaction to a change that requires a physical, mental or emotional change.

Back

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Card 5

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Motivation, Excitement Levels, Anxiety Levels and Nervousness.

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