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Potential Injuries Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Injuries relating to Physical Activity GCSE PE 2010
  • 2. Potential Injuries to the Musucalr System
    • People who are actively training gain the benefits for example increased muscle strength.
    • If you are training a become injured what effect may this have on your fitness and more specifically your muscular system?
  • 3. Potential Injuries to the Muscular System
    • If you are training and become injured what effect may this have on your fitness and more specifically your muscular system?
    • Muscle Atrophy = Loss of muscle mass and strength.
  • 4. Soft Tissue injuries to Muscles ?
  • 5. Soft Tissue injuries to Muscles ? Pulls Tears Strains Sprains This is Skeletal!! Damage to a ligament e.g. Twisted ankle
  • 6. Task: What are soft tissue injuries?
    • Use page 145 in your text book to write a short explanation of soft tissue injuries.
    • This should include cause and a sporting example.
  • 7. Minimise risk!!
    • Performers can minimise the risk of injury by ………………………
  • 8. Minimise risk!!
    • Performers can minimise the risk of injury by WARMING UP & COOLING DOWN
  • 9. Treatment for muscular injuries Edexcel pg160 E C I R
  • 10. Video’s
    • If your squeamish look away!!
    • NAME THAT INJURY…
    • Idong Ibok Injury.mp4
    • Mary Pierce falls and injures herself BADLY.mp4
    • Sid Vicious's leg.mp4
  • 11. Injuries to Skeletal System ?
  • 12. Injuries to Skeletal System ? Dislocation (joint) Tennis/Golfer Elbow (joint) Sprain (joint) F ractures (bone) Torn Cartilage (joint) Stress Fractures (bone)
  • 13. Task
    • Complete Skeletal Injuries table using your text book.
    • Page 158 …