Sport and health

9 Jun 2013

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Sport and health

  1. Each of you come and through ball in a basket and introduce him self . Hurry up……
  2.   Sport and fitness psychology focuses on research, theory, and practice intended to improve performance in sport and exercise settings. Sport and Health/ fitness therapy
  3.   Researchers in the field attempt to understand how psychological factors affect  motor performance  how participation in physical activity affects psychological development.
  4.   Peak performance Managing stress  Anxiety, managing mood Rehabilitation from injury  Exercise adherence Health promotion. Issues Sports Psychology Focus On:
  5.   Sport and fitness psychology dates back more than 100 years.  Coleman Griffith, was the first American to specialize in the discipline.  The academic discipline of sport psychology began to be established in the time frame 1966-1977 History of Sports / Fitness Psychology
  6.   Since 2000, the field has grown worldwide, research has grown in diversity, and application and consulting have flourished  Elite athletes, college and high school athletes, and coaches utilize the services of sport psychologists in order to increase enjoyment and improve performance. CONT…………..
  7.   Educational sport psychology specialists have training that allows them to deliver knowledge of mental skills, but they do not treat emotional disorders.
  8.   What is sports therapy? video
  9.   Sport psychologists are competent in promoting best practices in mental training techniques.  They have knowledge of psychology and exercise and sport science.  Clinical sport psychologists are trained to address clinical issues such as mood disorders, substance abuse, and disordered eating. Training and Practice of Sports Psychology
  10.   Educational sport psychology specialists have training that allows them to deliver knowledge of mental skills, but they do not treat emotional disorders. CONT…………….
  11.   Sports Therapy is an aspect of healthcare that is specifically concerned with the prevention of injury and the rehabilitation of the patient. What is Sports Therapy?
  12.  A Sports Therapist is a practitioner who  Has the knowledge and ability to provide first aid and attend to injuries in a recreational, training and competitive environment.  Has the knowledge and ability to assess and, where appropriate, refer on for specialist advice and intervention. What is a Sports Therapist?
  13.   Has the knowledge and ability to provide sports massage pre and post activity.  Has the knowledge and ability to implement appropriate rehabilitation programs.  Has the knowledge to utilize sports and exercise principles to optimize preparation and injury prevention programs. CONT………….
  14.   In sport, a Sports Therapist helps injured athletes return to full performance, after injury.  A qualified Sports Therapist advises on prevention of injuries and can examine, assess and treat those that do occur, as well as helping with the rehabilitation process. CONT…………..
  15.   Techniques which are often used in treatment include:  Sports Massage  Electrotherapy (Ultrasound/Interferential/TENS)  Taping (Strapping) What Techniques do Sports Therapists Use?
  16.   Muscle stretching techniques (including muscle energy techniques)  Muscle strengthening  Core stability training CONT………….
  17.   During recent decades, there has been a progressive decline in the level of physical activity in people's daily lives in developed countries.  For a majority of people, little physical effort is involved any more in their work, domestic chores, transportation and leisure. Health, Sport & Well- being
  18.  specific health risks differ between countries and regions, the fact remains that physical inactivity is a major risk factor for most common non-communicable diseases. physical activity can counteract many of the ill effects of inactivity. CONT……………
  19.   muscles relaxation exercise….. I will make to tense and relax sumera’s muscles through specific exercise ……. Activity…….
  20.   a state of complete physical, mental and social well- being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity Defining Health
  21.   Sport and physical activity has long been used as a tool to improve mental, physical and social well- being.  Sport projects that specifically focus on health outcomes generally emphasize:  The promotion of healthy lifestyle choices among children and young people as well as adults to combat inactivity; Physical Activity and Health
  22.   The use of sport as a tool to raise awareness on communicable diseases in developing countries, for example, through district or national health campaigns supported by athletes and sports competitions;  The use of sport as a didactical tool to communicate vital health-related information to ‘at risk’ groups CONT…………
  23.   The use of sport to mobilize hard-to-reach groups as part of large-scale health campaigns, including for example, communities with low population density;  Sport is considered to contribute to achieving mental health objectives, including addressing depression and stress-related disorders. CONT……….
  24.   The positive, direct effects of engaging in regular physical activity are particularly apparent in the prevention of several chronic diseases, including: cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, hypertension, obesity, depression and osteoporosis. The Health Benefits of Sport and Physical Activity
  25.   A number of studies have shown that exercise may play a therapeutic role in addressing a number of psychological disorders.  Studies also show that exercise has a positive influence on depression.  Physical self-worth and physical self-perception, including body image, has been linked to improved self-esteem. Physical activity and psychosocial health
  26.   A number of factors influence the way in which sport and physical activity impacts on health in different populations.  Sport and physical activity in itself may not directly lead to benefits but, in combination with other factors, can promote healthy lifestyles. Sport and Physical Activity as part of a Healthy Lifestyle
  27.   There is evidence to suggest that changes in the environment can have a significant impact on opportunities for participation and in addition, the conditions under which the activity is taking place can heavily impact on health outcomes.  Elements that may be determinants on health include nutrition, intensity and type of physical activity, appropriate footwear and clothing, climate, injury, stress levels and sleep patterns Cont…………….
  28.   Exercise time  Come on 6 girls or more Workout
  29.   Cardiovascular diseases  Cardiovascular diseases include coronary heart disease and stroke and are the leading causes of death globally.  Causes of cardiovascular disease are unhealthy diets, physical inactivity and tobacco use. Sport, Physical Activity and Risk Factors for Major Diseases
  30.   Physical activity reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease by improving glucose metabolism, reducing body fat and lowering blood pressure. CONT……………
  31.   Diabetes is a disease which occurs when the body does not produce or properly use insulin and this may result in Type I or Type II diabetes. Diabetes may be prevented, or at least delayed, by weight loss, a healthy lifestyle, in particular, regular physical activity. Diet, drug therapy and physical activity are also major components of the treatment of diabetes. Diabetes
  32.   Obesity is an abnormal accumulation of fat that may impair health and unlike other diseases, social and environmental factors play a significant role in defining obesity. The incidence of obesity is a growing concern internationally with an estimated 400 million obese people in 2005. The global rise in the incidence of obesity is related to a shift in diet and decreased physical activity levels. Obesity
  33.   Cancer is not a single disease with a single type of treatment and in fact, there are over 200 types of cancer involving abnormal growth of cells in different parts of the body. It has been estimated that 40% of all cancers may be prevented by a healthy diet, physical activity and no tobacco use. Cancer
  34.   Sports therapists give advice to athletes on how to train and compete safely, as well as treat injuries and assist with rehabilitation.  Their aim is to prevent injuries and to help those who are injured to return to full fitness. Sports therapist: Job description
  35.   Sports therapy and rehabilitation is concerned with musculoskeletal conditions arising from sporting activity, not with general healthcare.  It focuses on understanding and preventing sports injuries and dealing with the effects of physical and emotional trauma due to sports injuries. Cont………….
  36.   A sports therapist may be involved in any or all of the following activities:  conducting an assessment of the players' or athletes' readiness and advising on exercises prior to an event or fixture;  testing joints for ease and range of movement;  strapping, taping, offering massage and preparing players or athletes physically and mentally;providing first aid; Typical work activities
  37.   examining and assessing injuries and determining whether the athlete can continue playing or taking part;  examining and assessing injuries and dealing with traumas, e.g. cuts, bruises and blisters;  treating injuries, alleviating pain, mobilising injuries, giving various types of massage;  rehabilitating injuries by using manipulative techniques, apparatus and electrotherapy;
  38.   4 girls…… 2 pairs one partner of each player will stand still…. While other will make him eat an ice cream as fat as she can…… so ready…….. on my mark Game activity
  39.  Association for applied sports psychology provides some remedies for health care:
  40.   Professional Resources for Sport and Exercise Psychology  Professional development includes formal and informal means for improving current skills and acquiring new skills.  It provides students and professionals increased insights into their teaching, research, consulting, and service in applied sport and exercise psychology.
  41.   Why don’t people exercise when they know it’s good for them?  Why do so many people begin an exercise program, only to drop out after a few weeks?  What are the best ways to encourage people to become more physically active?
  42.   The answers to these questions are complex, but have huge implications for people’s health and well- being, particularly in a society that is aging and concerned about living longer and better. ANSWER
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  44.   CC-AASP services offers athletes at all levels of sport participation an opportunity to add mental skills to your physical ones.  For example, you can learn to set effective goals, deal with wins and losses, be a leader, concentrate better, be more confident, stay composed under pressure, and enjoy your experiences in sport. Resources for Athletes
  45.   Such skills are trainable and controllable, and when executed, they can significantly increase the likelihood that your performance will improve. CONT………..
  46.   No one wants to be injured. However, physically active people are likely to sustain some type of injury due to their involvement.  National statistics reveal that about 10% of all emergency room visits are the result of injury due to exercise or sport.  In children and adolescents, sport and exercise injuries Injury & Rehabilitation
  47.   Sport psychology offers a new realm of discovery for coaches and athletes at all levels of sport.  Coaches can apply sport psychology principles to help improve team communication, cohesion, and satisfaction.  Through applying these principles, you can create an atmosphere that can enhance athletes’ learning, build their confidence, and increase their motivation. Resources for Coaches
  48.   Sport psychology also offers strategies you can use to help athletes improve concentration and maintain their composure under pressure.  Such skills are trainable and controllable, and when executed, they can increase the likelihood that team performance will improve. CONT…………
  49.   Being the parent of a child involved in sport participation can be exciting, challenging, and rewarding.  Sometimes it can be frustrating and disappointing.  How parents react during youth sport events can make a big difference in how their children feel about sport Resources for Parents
  50.   As a parent, you want your child to develop confidence, have fun, learn new skills, develop friendships, cope with disappointment, and learn cooperation through sport CONT………