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Compazine (Prochlorperazine Maleate)

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SPORTS INJURIES AND MEN’S HEALTH: TRAINING PREPARATION
The role of the coach in ensuring that athletes are adequately prepared for competition is of vital importance. If you are your own coach, be certain that you are knowledgeable enough to make informed judgments on the following coaching matters.
It is the job of an effective coach to provide exercise programs specifically designed to enhance the overall level of fitness of an athlete. The coach must not just improve performance in the desired sport, but also improve performance in such a way that the risk of injury is minimised.
The development of the special muscle areas required to perform a jump are not necessarily the same as the muscles which protect an athlete from injury when jumping. You may also be well trained to execute a stunning pole vault, for example, but if you haven’t learned the appropriate techniques for the fall, the risk of injury will be high, despite your splendid performance in the jump.
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