i learnt about barriers its easy, just it slows down peformance (ie. helmets in bike racing, lots of protection on goalie keepers) and eyesight gets blocked. thats all i could rememberbb11 said:Barriers easy??? Did we ever learn anything close to this? All i did is talk crap on the options
ROFL ROFL ROFL i cant believe u did that cultural thing with muslims head scarf and helmets using baseball as an example?(i couldent think of another sport with helmets at the time), i wrote the exact same thing out of desperation, more than likely wrong but hey, atleast i wrote something also wrote about age/gender a social views, i literally had nothing lol.kemp05 said:man, i did for barriers
- Cultural restrictions, e.g Helmets with muslim head scarf
- Access to equipment e.g Rural access to shoulder pads! lol, i had nothin else
- the 'cool' factor
5) Cultural issues. (people from certain religions may have objections to wearing various safety equipment.)1) Financial constraints on the participant
2) Lack of funding from the govt to provide the sporting organisation with sufficient funds for protective equipment
3) Its condition - whether it was well-maintained or not.
4) It's effect on the player - Limiting movement
i reckon you took it too far, if you look in ure book protective equipment has 3 parts apparel headgear and shit, playing surface, and playing equipment i just wrote how environment, funding, and mobility can all affect these 3 forms of protective equipmentNot-That-Bright said:5) Cultural issues. (people from certain religions may have objections to wearing various safety equipment.)
6) Physical issues (i.e. bodily condition which makes standard safety equipment redundant).
7) Look of the equipment - Some people (particulary teens) may not wish to wear equipment which is seen as being 'unattractive'.
true, although i wrote about it aswell, it was not withing sylb scopejohnny_87 said:Sandrakanan - When an athlete tears a muscle, taking anabolic steroids or human growth hormone helps the muscle to repair quicker. Diuretics also fits in, as it acts as a masking agent for drugs (such as steroids). It causes the athlete to urinate more, thus diluting the concentration of drugs present in urine