Extrinsic risk factors is injury or harm you have caused to yourself. Extrinsic risk factor can be caused by inappropriate training, improper equipment, inappropriate clothing, inappropriate protective gear and poor technique. Extrinsic risk factors are independent of the injured person and are related to the type of activity during the incident of injury and the manner in which the sport is practiced. Examples of extrinsic factors include weather conditions, footwear and type of sport. heloiedhqwklas
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Extrinsic motivation- it is a kind of motivation that comes from the outside the individual. The motivating factors might be a reward. That reward provides satisfaction and encourage peoples to perform better.
Beer, McDonalds, smoking...stupidity and pride
There were about 500 national sports injuries in 2010
David Sutherland Muckle has written: 'Get fit for soccer' 'Football fitness and injuries' -- subject(s): Athletic Injuries, Football injuries, Physiological aspects, Physiological aspects of Sports, Sports 'Sports injuries' -- subject(s): Athletic Injuries, Sport medicine, Sports accidents, Sports injuries
Fractures account for 5-6% of all sports injuries.
The most common sports injuries are Achilles injuries, groin injuries, hamstring injuries, sprained ankles, wrist injuries, shoulder tendon inflammation and a tennis elbow.
1. lack of stretching your muscles (warm-up) 2. over-working your muscles
It is a sports physiotherapist.
Kenneth Fisher has written: 'The Canadian litigation climate and factors affecting the decision to claim compensation for injuries in a recreation setting' -- subject(s): Attitudes, College students, Liability for sports accidents, Motivation (Psychology), Negligence, Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Liability for sports accidents, Psychological aspects of Negligence, Psychological aspects of Sports accidents, Psychological aspects of Sports injuries, Sports accidents, Sports injuries
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