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Raul injures his ankle in a soccer game and cannot run for an extended period of time. The doctor recommends aquatic activity to minimize which principle? specificity progression overload reversibility

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This is def not math hmmmmm
Should relocate this question, but i duno what group. Maybe physics? looks like biophysics
I dont know this stuff cant help u

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anyways, what do you think?
this is HOPE
first, which ones do you NOT want to reduce?
actually, phyisology
I would say reversibility
really? i wasnt thinking that.
Well I think it is overload.
So what were u thinking?
but im not sure
Oh stick to what u think cuz I seriously just guessed this stuff
Either specifity, as swimming is mostly a whole body excercise, or overloard, as swimming isn't as load bearing on oyur knees like walking, running, jogging or parkour
wait. minimize.
btw, waht's 'progession' definition in here?
also, swissgirl, why reversibility? (Also, what's reversibility? I might be thinking about it in the wrong way)
I am going with OVerload:)
Ya stick with ur gut feeling u wld know best
why not
not heh heh
1 vote for reversibility...
why reversibility?
reversibility is a problem of "if you don't use it, you lose it". However, it applies primarily to strength and fitness, not skills.. You don't forget how to throw and catch or ride a bike through lack of practice. So, ankle recovery by couch-sitting would cause loss of fitness. Ankle recovery by swimming would maintain fitness (and minimize the problem of reversibility) while not creating a loss of soccer skills.
This link is where I learned everything I know about this question in the last 5 minutes... http://www.sports-training-adviser.com/reversibilityprinciple.html
haha ok thank you:D
Hi I know it is late, but what did you get? I am having a problem with this question.. was it overload?

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