Chapter 3 Injury Prevention. Conditioning and Injury Prevention. Purpose – effective, physiologically appropriate physical conditioning program: Improve performance Minimize the risk of injury and illness Must understand basic principles of conditioning to ensure a program:
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Chapter 3Injury Prevention
The fitness component that is generally considered to be the most important is:
The principle of overload is achieved by manipulating which of the following components of an exercise program? (select all that apply)
During a ballistic stretch, which of the following are activated?
The ability of muscle tissue to exert repetitive tension over an extended period is termed:
Instruction of proper technique should be: (select all that apply)
The only responsibility of the coach with regard to athletic equipment is to ensure that the equipment is approved by the appropriate agency.