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    Both watching and playing all different types of sport during the course of my life has always popped thoughts into my mind about how our body works and how to get the most out of it to suit our sporting activities, this is what leads to me to want to pursue a career in sports science. I have also always taken measure for me and others to prevent bad diet and fitness related injuries since I acquired tennis elbow and shin splints within a couple of months of each other which made me focus more on injury prevention within sports. At the moment I am currently studying A2 P.E, Psychology, and history, these subjects are very influential in my aspiration to study sports science as they have all have research aspects within a wide selection of…

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    Exercise Science In Sports

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    recently, baseball is the true definition of a children’s game. Anybody, regardless of age, height, or weight, can play this beautiful game. Baseball is a sport that involves many instances of injury, especially the infamous Tommy John surgery that a large population of pitchers are getting done, as well as players wanting to better themselves and get an edge on their competition. Baseball recently has looked into the many areas of Exercise Science with new measurements and technology to reduce…

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    Sports Science Vs Exercise

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    someone and have good health yourself? If yes, then Exercise and Sports Science is probably the right degree for you to be in. Pursuing a degree in Exercise and Sports Science, opens many opportunities for you to choose a career that you enjoy doing. A few careers in pursuing a degree in Exercise and Sports Science can be: Personal trainer to working in a fitness center or working with professional athletes, Sports Medicine Clinics, being a Clinical Exercise Physiologist, Physical Therapist,…

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    The tides of time are turning, and with it, the way that things are done. We live in a progressive world with many scientific advances, and politically correct lifestyles. Society is changing for the better, and with it, our schools. Today, more than 3.2 million SMART Boards have been integrated in classrooms all around the world; sixteen years ago, SMART Boards did not exist. Science and technology has sprung forward and helped the world create and discover so much, such as cybernetic implants,…

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    and there was a student that was bound to a wheel chair a way to make the activity diverse or different is by using a larger beach ball instead of a regulation ball. This allows the ball to float more so the student that in the wheelchair is able to get to and return it to the other side. The rules can change depending on the severity of the student’s disability. Volleyball isn’t the only sport that can be modified to accommodate a student that is disabled. Every activity and sport be made…

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    Teaching Styles

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    The topic I was given was “Teaching Styles”. This topic is very important when teaching a Physical Education class. This Topic is both Student and Teacher Centered. Both Teacher/Student centered can be a direct, indirect, and interactive type of teaching style. It is up to the instructor to decide how he/she can perform these tasks. These teaching styles are used for students who might need any modifications to their teaching because not every student learns the same exact way. Also, you want…

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    school and truly believe that it is a “good school”. Without this connection, students may be neutral towards school, dislike or even hate school because it has no meaning to them, and the students do not see the purpose of school. Recess establishes this crucial connection through the nature of exercise and how it affects our minds, releasing chemicals like adrenaline that naturally make us as human beings more alert and attentive and connected to our environment in a physical sense rather than…

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    I decided to research and study: Do balance bands increase an athlete's performance? Athletics is a critical part of a child's development and many athletes resort to their sport skills to enter college and pay for it. Many people ask how can their sons or daughters become better at their favourite sport to be successful with it in their future. Balance bands were manufactured in the early 2000's and immediately became popular after many famous athletes like David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo…

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    Kinesiology And Physiology

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    perspective of the physical sciences. The investigation of the human body as a machine for the execution of work has its establishments in three noteworthy zones of study—in particular, mechanics, anatomy, and physiology. The 3 main studied in kinesiology are biomechanics, musculoskeletal anatomy, and neuromuscular physiology. The gathered knowledge of these three fields shapes the establishment for the investigation of human development. This is critical on the grounds that A few experts allude…

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    Sport Related Injuries

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    Sport related injuries in children and young adults (ages 5-24) account for over 2.6 million visits to the emergency room each year in the United States alone (Goldberg, Moroz, Smith, Ganley, 2007, pg. 265). The increase in sport participation among junior high, high school and college sports, which has led to the rise in injuries, strains for improved rehabilitation and better injury prevention. As the sport world ever changes and the societal demand for more efficient athletes becomes…

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