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  • 2. LESSON 6 1 – First Aid and Injury Prevention
    • Injuries description
    • First contact with injured player
    • First aid.
    • VIDEO
  • 3. LESSON 6 1 – First Aid and Injury Prevention
    • D. Warm up and stretching
  • 4. LESSON 6 1 – First Aid and Injury Prevention
    • 1 - PRE STRETCHING WARM UP
    • Before stretching, a warm up routine should be completed to increase circulation, body temperature, heart rate, oxygen exchange from hemoglobin, speed at which the nerve impulses travel facilitating body movements and decrease in muscular tension.
  • 5. LESSON 6 1 – First Aid and Injury Prevention
    • 2 - STRETCHING & FLEXIBILITY
    • Flexibility is the ability to move muscles and joints through their full ranges of motion. Flexibility is developed when connective tissues and muscles are elongated through regular, proper stretching.
  • 6. LESSON 6 1 – First Aid and Injury Prevention
    • The following are the reasons why athletes should want to improve their flexibility.
    • Stretching can optimize an athlete’s learning, practice and performance of many of skilled movements.
    • Stretching can promote development of body awareness.
    • Stretching can increase an athlete’s mental and physical relaxation.
    • Stretching can reduce the risk of joint sprain or muscle strain.
    • Stretching can reduce muscle soreness.
    • Stretching can reduce the severity of painful menstruation for female athletes.
    • Stretching can reduce muscle tension.
    • Athletes need to stretch gradually, slowly and use the correct techniques to avoid injuring themselves.
  • 7. LESSON 6 1 – First Aid and Injury Prevention
    • 3 - BASIC HYPOTHESES THAT ATTEMPTS TO EXPLAIN MUSCLE SORENESS.
    • Microscope tearing of muscle fibers or connective tissues.
    • Accumulation of lactic acid when there is insufficient blood supply to the muscles.
    • As a general rule, if muscle soreness or an injury occurs, encourage the athlete to rest, apply ice and pressure and elevate the injured part of the body.
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  • 20. DEBATE Football in the present world as a sports and business
  • 21. DEBATE Cayman Islands football matters
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