Injuries associated with sports participation. <br />Session 2.1 <br />
Aim and Objectives<br />Aim:<br />By the end of this session students will explain some of the ways injuries can occur  in...
Sporting injuries<br />Common sporting injuries involving bat and balls <br />Injuries per 1000 hours played. <br />Alpine...
Sporting injuries. <br />Horrific Sporting Injuries<br />Think piece. (Groups of 3)<br />Each person will be given 1 minut...
Sports injuries<br />are injuries that occur to athletes participating in sporting events. In many cases, these types of i...
Causes of sports injury. <br />What are the common causes of sporting injuries?<br />Come up with a list. <br />Overloadin...
Intrinsic and extrinsic factors. <br />Intrinsic factors<br />Extrinsic factors<br />These refer to a person’s physical ch...
Intrinsic factors<br />Age<br />Performance<br />How often a person gets injured.<br />How quick they recover.<br />Body t...
Extrinsic factors. <br />Surfaces:<br />Running or participating in sporting activities on different surfaces. <br />Shoes...
Task.<br />From the intrinsic and extrinsic factors on the previous slides, try and define the other areas. ((IN) Lack of ...
Alignment.<br />Correct posture and body alignment is crucial not just for sports people but for everyone else too. <br />...
Over-use <br />Can you think of any sports that can results in this type of injury. <br />Racquet sports,<br />Golf. <br /...
Training at the wrong intensity – on e that is to high. Can lead to injury. <br />This can also be linked to poor alignmen...
Session re-cap<br />In groups of three you will be given a different type of injury. <br />With this you need to describe ...
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  1. 1. Injuries associated with sports participation. <br />Session 2.1 <br />
  2. 2. Aim and Objectives<br />Aim:<br />By the end of this session students will explain some of the ways injuries can occur in sporting situations. <br />Objectives:<br />Identify different injuries that can occur in sport<br />Describe how these injuries can affect sport.<br />Explain the effects these can have sporting performance. <br />
  3. 3. Sporting injuries<br />Common sporting injuries involving bat and balls <br />Injuries per 1000 hours played. <br />Alpine skiing (8) <br />Rowing machine exercise (6) <br />Treadmill walking or jogging (6) <br />Resistance training with weight machines (4) <br />Resistance training with free weights (4) <br />Outdoor cycling (3.5) <br />Stationary cycle exercise (2)<br />
  4. 4. Sporting injuries. <br />Horrific Sporting Injuries<br />Think piece. (Groups of 3)<br />Each person will be given 1 minute to talk to the rest of the group what they think sporting injuries is. <br />After each have spoken, the group will be given 1 more minute to bring their individual ideas. <br />These will then be shared with the rest of the group. <br />
  5. 5. Sports injuries<br />are injuries that occur to athletes participating in sporting events. In many cases, these types of injuries are due to overuse of a part of the body when participating in a certain activity.<br />Sports injuries<br />the damage or wound of trauma as caused by playing sports.<br />Sports injuries clinic<br />
  6. 6. Causes of sports injury. <br />What are the common causes of sporting injuries?<br />Come up with a list. <br />Overloading <br />Intrinsic factors<br />Extrinsic factors<br />Overuse <br />Alignment <br />Intensity<br />Effect of leavers<br />Gravity <br />Resistance.<br />
  7. 7. Intrinsic and extrinsic factors. <br />Intrinsic factors<br />Extrinsic factors<br />These refer to a person’s physical characteristics.<br />Example: - an individual’s body type or size could make them more prone to injuries. <br />These are caused by an external forces (Outside of the body).<br />Example: - Equipment, inappropriate footwear. <br />
  8. 8. Intrinsic factors<br />Age<br />Performance<br />How often a person gets injured.<br />How quick they recover.<br />Body type<br />Endomorph<br />Mesomorph<br />Ectomorph<br />
  9. 9. Extrinsic factors. <br />Surfaces:<br />Running or participating in sporting activities on different surfaces. <br />Shoes:<br />Injuries can be caused by incorrect footwear. <br />Equipment:<br />Which is inappropriate for the activity, broken/faulty or worn equipment. <br />
  10. 10. Task.<br />From the intrinsic and extrinsic factors on the previous slides, try and define the other areas. ((IN) Lack of flexibility, Muscle imbalance. (EX) Training Principles, Environmental conditions)<br />Working in groups, discuss the reasons why you think each of the intrinsic and extrinsic factors given could potentially cause a sporting injury. (Give an example for each.)<br />
  11. 11. Alignment.<br />Correct posture and body alignment is crucial not just for sports people but for everyone else too. <br />Poor alignment may result in frequent injuries.<br />They won’t be able to perform to their best due to restrictions in their movements. <br />
  12. 12. Over-use <br />Can you think of any sports that can results in this type of injury. <br />Racquet sports,<br />Golf. <br />This is one of the most common causes of sports injuries.<br />Physical demands of some sports require the athlete constantly use specific but repetitive movements. <br />These injuries tend to be sports specific and come on as a gradually increasing pain, <br />This associated with repetitive movements. <br />
  13. 13. Training at the wrong intensity – on e that is to high. Can lead to injury. <br />This can also be linked to poor alignment because the body has to compensate for the extra work.<br />i.e. arching the back. <br />Intensity<br />
  14. 14. Session re-cap<br />In groups of three you will be given a different type of injury. <br />With this you need to describe what it is and its affect it can have on sporting performance. <br />

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