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What two major theories have been advanced to explain the stress-injury relationship?
Attentional Disruption and Increased Muscle tension
What is attentional disruption?
stress disrupts an athlete's attention by reducing peripheral attention which increases likelihood a player will be injured.
What are some ways increased stress can effect the body physically?
generalized fatigue, muscle inefficiency, reduced flexibility and motor coordination problems
What are some attitudes held by some coaches that could increase probability of injury for an athlete?
Act tough and give 110%, if you're injured, you're worthless
what is a the book's suggestion for not getting injured while still pushing through training?
athletes and exercisers must be taught to distinguish the normal discomfort that accompanies overloading and increased training volumes from the pain that accompanies the onset of injuries.