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lyssa Group Title

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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  1. swissgirl Group Title
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    This is def not math hmmmmm

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  2. NotTim Group Title
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    Should relocate this question, but i duno what group. Maybe physics? looks like biophysics

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  3. swissgirl Group Title
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    I dont know this stuff cant help u

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  4. NotTim Group Title
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    anyways, what do you think?

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  5. lyssa Group Title
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    this is HOPE

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  6. NotTim Group Title
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    first, which ones do you NOT want to reduce?

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  7. NotTim Group Title
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    actually, phyisology

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  8. swissgirl Group Title
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    I would say reversibility

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  9. NotTim Group Title
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    really? i wasnt thinking that.

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  10. lyssa Group Title
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    Well I think it is overload.

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  11. swissgirl Group Title
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    So what were u thinking?

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  12. lyssa Group Title
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    but im not sure

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  13. swissgirl Group Title
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    Oh stick to what u think cuz I seriously just guessed this stuff

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  14. NotTim Group Title
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    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

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  15. NotTim Group Title
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    wait. minimize.

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    btw, waht's 'progession' definition in here?

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    also, swissgirl, why reversibility? (Also, what's reversibility? I might be thinking about it in the wrong way)

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  18. lyssa Group Title
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    I am going with OVerload:)

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  19. swissgirl Group Title
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    Ya stick with ur gut feeling u wld know best

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  20. NotTim Group Title
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    why not

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  21. NotTim Group Title
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    not heh heh

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    1 vote for reversibility...

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  23. NotTim Group Title
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    why reversibility?

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    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.

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  25. JakeV8 Group Title
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    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

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  26. lyssa Group Title
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    haha ok thank you:D

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  27. Floridagirl10 Group Title
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    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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