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    • yearbook1917i086: Don't be a scrub

    • Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
    • Don't be a scrub! Be Somebody! Do Something! -- The world may owe you a living; but you will have to go around and collect the bill yourself. -- Time and tide wait for no man -- neither does any real man wait for time and tide. -- The kind of...
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    • and Split Jerk play a major role in enhancing lower body power (Comfort & Kasim, 2007; Takano, 1992). Plyometrics are a more modern technique of enhancing lower body power (Ronnestad, et.al 2008). They are quick, powerful movements involving the...
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    • program. The results of the study indicated that CT may provide equal if not greater improvements in performance than the other two programs. Each study on CT appears to raise more questions about how to organize a proper training regimen in order...
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    • demands are different for each sport. There also might need to be differences in routines for football players as opposed to track athletes for similar reasons. Modifications also may need to be made for recreational, untrained, and elite athletes,...
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    • 5 Energizers: Quick, classroom based physical activities that integrate movement activity with academic concepts that teachers can do in the classroom to get students refocused. Physical activity: Any type of body movement that simulates muscle movem...
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    • GIRLS' INTRAMURALS More interest has been displayed this year in Intramural competi-tion than has been exhibited for many years. Teams from the three soror-ities on the campus, the Xi Lambda Tau, Phi Alpha Beta, and Lambda Delta Sigma, participated...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 5 CNS may reduce joint protection mechanisms; therefore, it becomes difficult to coordinate joint movements precisely and increases the athlete’s risk for injury (Parkhurst & Burnett, 1994). Ankle...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 7 Definitions Ankle joint proprioception. Ankle joint proprioception refers to the articular sensations with reference to ankle joint motion and position. Ankle joint proprioceptors. Specialized...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 8 Golgi tendon organ. The Golgi Tendon Organ (GTO) is found within the tendon of a muscle near the musculotendinous junction. GTO’s are sensitive to muscle tension. The pulling force on the tendon...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 12 movements more efficiently than athletes with lower levels of balance and stability. A lack of balance can lead to inefficient flailing, or using unnecessary movements to complete the task. Not only...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 14 joint. It is these three factors that play part in the dynamic stabilization of the joint (Hertel, 2002). The distal tibiofibular joint includes articulation between the medial side of the...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 15 Merriam, 2006). With little movement occurring, the joint is stable, and balance becomes easier. The talocrural joint allows approximately 20 degrees dorsiflexion, and 50 degrees plantar flexion. The...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 21 the toes (Lippert, 2006). The extrinsic muscles are classified into dorsiflexors, plantar flexors, inverters, and evertors. Muscles passing anterior to the malleolar axis of rotation...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 24 Merriam, 2006; Prentice, 2011). Proprioceptors can be divided into three primary categories: (a), fascial/joint proprioceptors; (b), muscle proprioceptors; (c), and inner ear proprioceptors. Inner ear...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 25 part in space is regained. Aside from being located in joint capsules, Pacinian corpuscles and Ruffini endings are found in deep fibrous tissue, such as ligaments, muscle fascia, tendons, aponeuroses,...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 28 powerful, accurate kick with the other. There have been multiple studies done to compare balance abilities between athletes of different sports, usually comparing soccer players to other athletes...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 29 Resistance Training Programs Resistance training programs are common and used for many different purposes and goals. Resistance training improves strength, postural control, rehabilitation,...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 30 tensile strength increases (Cabaud, Chatty, Gildengorin, & Feltman, 1980; Tipton, Matthes, & Vailas, 1979; Woo, Gomez and Sites, 1987; Woo, Ritter, & Amiel, 1980). The mechanical forces created during...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 44 Chapter 5 Discussion The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a 4-week resistance-training program on the BESS and SEBT tests. Balance and stability increased after a 4-week...
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    • RESISTANCE TRAINING AND ANKLE PROPRIOCEPTION 49 Dehghan, M., Eydivandi, K., & Jaafarzadeh, G. (2013). The effect of proprioceptive training associated with the mental imagery exercise programs on the prevention of ankle sprains in young soccer...

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