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Debunking Sport Myths: Stretching, Compression Garments & D.O.M.S!
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Debunking Sport Myths: Stretching, Compression Garments & D.O.M.S!

Debunking Sport Myths: Stretching, Compression Garments & D.O.M.S! ๐Ÿ”ฌ Welcome to "Sports Science for Young Athletes - Amateur to Pro"! In this enlightening snippet video, we're here to bust some common myths that have been circulating in the world of sports and fitness. ๐Ÿ’ช ๐Ÿง˜ Myth 1: Should you stretch before exercise? ๐Ÿค” We'll dive into the science behind stretching and whether it's as crucial as we've been told. ๐Ÿ‘• Myth 2: Can compression garments actually improve your athletic performance? ๐Ÿšดโ€โ™‚๏ธ Let's dissect the claims and find out if they're worth the investment. ๐Ÿ˜ซ Myth 3: Does stretching after exercise reduce soreness? ๐Ÿ‹๏ธโ€โ™€๏ธ We'll uncover the truth about post-workout stretching and its impact on muscle soreness. Join us on this journey as we separate fact from fiction, backed by the latest sports science research. Whether you're a young athlete aspiring to go pro or a fitness enthusiast looking to optimize your workouts, this video provides valuable insights you won't want to miss. ๐Ÿ“š This snippet is just a taste of what our comprehensive online course, "Sports Science for Young Athletes - Amateur to Pro," has to offer. Don't miss the opportunity to gain a deep understanding of sports science principles and take your performance to the next level! ๐Ÿ”” Subscribe, hit that notification bell, and give us a thumbs up if you found this video helpful. Share it with your fellow athletes and fitness enthusiasts to help them make informed choices in their training routines. Ready to explore the science behind sports? Click the link below to access the full course and take your athletic journey to new heights! ๐ŸŒ https://www.udemy.com/course/sport-science-for-athletes/ #SportsScience #AthleticPerformance #DebunkingMyths #YoungAthletes #AmateurToPro #FitnessMyths #Stretching #CompressionGarments #SorenessRelief
Sports Science for Athletes Online Course!
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Sports Science for Athletes Online Course!

Get this course for FREE by using the code WELCOMETOSUCCESS for 5 days only at https://www.udemy.com/course/sport-science-for-athletes/ Are you a young athlete with dreams of getting to the next level in your chosen sport? Are you ready to ignite your potential, elevate your knowledge, and amplify your performance? Look no further! Embark on this journey toward athletic excellence with our online, "Sports Science for Young Athletes - Amateur to Pro! 2023." We are extremely proud and excited to share this knowledge with you and see what you do with it! My name is Jamie De Smit and this is the course I wish I had as a young athlete. I've spent the past 15 years researching, experimenting, studying and now teaching everything I could possibly find on improving athletic performance. This is where I fell in love with sport science. I used to drink Bicarb soda, inhale caffeine tablets and go for 5km runs whilst dribbling a soccer ball: all in the name of gaining an edge. Since then, I've played soccer semi-professionally around Australia and have worked with and learnt form the best in the business! It's time for you to take the next step towards your goals! This course isn't just an education; it's the ticket to your future success. Created in collaboration with leading sports science research and elite-level athletes, it is meticulously crafted to empower young athletes like you to soar to the pinnacle of professional sports. Course Highlights: 1. Foundations of Sports Science: Prepare to unravel the secrets of greatness. Immerse yourself in the heart of sports science, where you'll unearth the profound principles that underpin athletic supremacy. From exercise physiology to biomechanics, and the core tenets of strength and conditioning, you'll grasp how these bedrock concepts are the crucible of your athletic prowess. 1. Myths in Sport: As you journey further, dispel the fog of misinformation and gain a razor-sharp discernment of fact from fiction in the sports world. Equip yourself with the wisdom to make astute decisions about your training, nutrition, and performance strategies. 2. Game Day Strategies: Brace yourself for the art of mental fortitude and game day mastery. Learn to craft your personal rituals that channel your inner champion. Conquer pressure, cultivate pre-game routines, and tame stress to ensure you shine brightest when the world watches. 3. Performance Nutrition: Fuel your dreams with the wisdom of sports nutrition. Craft bespoke nutrition plans to unleash boundless energy, sculpt muscular prowess and expedite recovery. Decode the role of macronutrients and micronutrients in sculpting your athletic destiny. 4. Injury-Proofing: In the crucible of athletic excellence, injuries are mere stepping stones. Arm yourself with the strategies to defy adversity. Discover the art of injury prevention, the path to recovery, and the sanctity of rest and rejuvenation in preserving your peak performance. By the course's conclusion, you will not only be armed with knowledge but also possessed by an unstoppable motivation to apply these strategies and see progress. You will stand on the precipice of greatness, poised to soar toward your dream of becoming a professional athlete. Whether you're a soccer sensation, a basketball prodigy, a track-and-field marvel, or a future star in any sporting arena, "Sports Science for Young Athletes - Amateur to Pro! 2023" is your passport to a legendary career. Enrol today and allow us to transform you from an amateur athlete into a colossus of the professional realm. Your future in sports begins here, where every challenge is a springboard to greatness! Jamie De Smit - Course Creator Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfBXoLuby4xOle-h_FAJpvw/join
Oxygen Deficit, Steady State, and EPOC: Understanding the Relationship Between Oxygen and Exercise
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Oxygen Deficit, Steady State, and EPOC: Understanding the Relationship Between Oxygen and Exercise

Welcome to our YouTube channel! In this video, we'll be discussing the crucial aspects of Oxygen Deficit, Oxygen Debt, Steady State, and Excess Post-exercise Oxygen Consumption (EPOC) in exercise. Understanding the relationship between oxygen and exercise is fundamental for optimizing fitness and health outcomes. These topics are regularly discussed in senior PE classes and entry-level university courses worldwide. Our partner, @HartSportAustralia, supports this video, and you can find more information about them by visiting https://www.onlinepebuddy.com/partners. We also offer a PowerPoint version of this video, which you can access on https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/P.... You can also find additional resources on our website at https://www.onlinepebuddy.com/. During exercise, the body's demand for oxygen increases, and the respiratory and cardiovascular systems work harder to provide oxygen to the muscles. Steady State is the point during exercise where oxygen supply matches the body's demand, and aerobic metabolism is the primary energy source. Oxygen Deficit occurs during the initial stages of exercise, where the body's oxygen demands exceed the supply, and anaerobic metabolism takes over. Oxygen Debt is the additional oxygen consumption that occurs after exercise to restore the body to its pre-exercise state, while EPOC refers to the additional oxygen consumption after exercise to restore the body to its resting state. Understanding these concepts is fundamental for individuals who wish to improve athletic performance, lose weight, or achieve overall fitness goals. Make sure to use relevant YouTube keywords such as "oxygen deficit," "oxygen debt," "steady state," "EPOC," "fitness," "athletic performance," and "weight loss" to help others find this informative video. Don't forget to like, share, and subscribe to our channel for more informative videos on health and fitness!
The Science of Muscle Contractions: Understanding the Sliding Filament Theory
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The Science of Muscle Contractions: Understanding the Sliding Filament Theory

Welcome to PE Buddy with Mr. D! In this video, you will learn about the sliding filament theory, an essential concept for understanding how muscles contract and generate force and movement. This topic is commonly included in senior PE courses around the world and at the entry level of university. This video is brought to you by HartSportAustralia, check out more at https://www.onlinepebuddy.com/partners. You can also get the PowerPoint version of this video, which includes videos, quizzes, and more, at https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Sliding-Filament-Theory-PowerPoint-with-Videos-Quiz-8990289. In this video, you will learn about the history of the sliding filament theory, the anatomy and physiology involved, and how the theory works. You will see examples, diagrams, videos, and a quiz at the end. Here is an overview of what this video covers: Introduction: The sliding filament theory is a model that explains how muscles contract. It describes how actin and myosin filaments interact during muscle contraction. Sliding Filament Theory: The sliding filament theory is the most popular model of muscle contraction developed in the 1950s. It explains how myosin and actin interact to generate force and movement at the microscopic level and the larger scale of individual muscles, joints, tendons, bones, and other tissues. Thick and Thin Filaments: Thick and thin filaments have different shapes. The thick filament is a large mass of myosin molecules bound together into a long rod. It is anchored to the Z disc by M-line proteins, which connect it to the neighboring cell's Z disc via bridges called cross-bridges. Thin filaments are made up mostly of actin but also contain tropomyosin. Tropomyosin: Tropomyosin is a protein that covers the actin filaments in muscle cells. It attaches to calcium ions, allowing muscle contraction when stimulated by an action potential. The structure of myosin cross-bridges and their ability to bind with actin filaments are determined by tropomyosins. Myosin: Myosin is a protein found in muscle tissue that uses ATP to generate mechanical work. This process is necessary for muscle contraction. Actin: Actin is a long, thin strand of protein arranged in pairs that form part of the sarcomere. Conclusion: The sliding filament theory is a popular model that describes how muscles contract. It involves two types of filaments that slide past each other when the muscle contracts, causing it to shorten. While this theory is widely accepted, recent research has shown that it may fall short when explaining some aspects of muscle function. For more information about PE Buddy, visit https://www.onlinepebuddy.com/. Thank you for watching!
Online Course: Learn The Science of Fitness!
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Online Course: Learn The Science of Fitness!

Are you an athlete, sportsperson or student? Then this is the course for you! Check it out https://www.udemy.com/course/the-science-of-fitness/ You'll learn the basic theory behind many of the fitness trends, workouts and programs used today, including: Fitness components -The 11 fitness components - Health and skill-related components Fitness testing - How to test each fitness component Training principles - S.P.O.R.T - specificity, progression, overload, reversibility, tedium - F.I.T.T - frequency, intensity, time, type Training types - Aerobic - Anaerobic - Strength - Flexibility Training methods - Fartlek - Continuous - Interval - Plyometrics - Resistance - PNF - Static - Dynamic Workout design structure - Sets - Repetitions - Rest This course will give you the knowledge and understanding to work both hard and smart when you begin or design your fitness program! Not only will you have the key skills to improve any sport performance or fitness component, you'll also know how to design programs, teach others or pass any test you have in your course. This course is perfect for anyone wanting to learn more about fitness, especially students or people beginning their fitness journey. Who would this course benefit? - Students - PE teachers - Athletes - Sportspeople - Fitness instructors - Personal Trainers - Coaches Why do this course? - Improve your understanding of fitness - Professional development - To pass an upcoming test or exam in school or tertiary education - To prepare yourself for success when beginning your fitness journey - To avoid making common mistakes that effect results Where can this course lead? - Certificate 3 in Fitness - Certificate 4 in Fitness - Diploma in Fitness - Degrees in Sport Science, Physical Education, Health and Exercise Science What similar courses does PEย Buddy offer? - Biomechanics for Beginners Online Course https://www.udemy.com/course/biomechanics-for-beginners/ - Anatomy Crash Course https://www.udemy.com/course/anatomy-crash-course/ - Year 12 VCE Physical Education Exam Preparation https://www.udemy.com/course/year-12-physical-education-exam-preparation/ - Sports Nutrition https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-about-performance-nutrition/ Learn more about PE Buddy at https://www.onlinepebuddy.com/
Learn the Glycemic Index & Glycemic Load | What to eat and when for optimal health and performance!
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Learn the Glycemic Index & Glycemic Load | What to eat and when for optimal health and performance!

Welcome to PE Buddy with Mr. D, your go-to resource for all things health and fitness! In this video, we'll be discussing the Glycemic Index and why it's so important for your physical performance and overall wellbeing. The Glycemic Index (GI) is a measure of how quickly carbohydrates in food are converted into glucose and released into the bloodstream. This can have a significant impact on your energy levels, weight management, and athletic performance. By understanding the GI Index, you can make smarter food choices and fuel your body more effectively. In this video, we'll cover: The basics of the Glycemic Index and how it's calculated The difference between high GI and low GI foods, and their effects on the body Glycemic loading, which takes into account the amount of carbohydrates in a particular food How the Glycemic Index can impact your health, weight management, and athletic performance By the end of this video, you'll have a solid understanding of the Glycemic Index and how it can help you achieve your health and fitness goals. Don't forget to leave a comment with any questions or feedback! Want to learn more? Check out our website at https://www.onlinepebuddy.com/ for additional resources and tools to support your health journey. You can also access the PowerPoint version of this video at https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Glycemic-Index-PowerPoint-8459537. Thanks for watching, and stay tuned for more informative videos from PE Buddy with Mr. D!
Learn the Types of Feedback in Sport! Intrinsic vs Extrinsic
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Learn the Types of Feedback in Sport! Intrinsic vs Extrinsic

Welcome to today's video on the types of feedback in sport! Feedback is crucial for all athletes, learners, and sportspeople to improve their performance. As a PE teacher, coach, or leader in sports, it's important to understand the different types of feedback and their effects on performance. In this video, we'll cover the two main types of feedback in detail: Intrinsic feedback (Internal): This type of feedback comes from within the athlete, and is based on sensory information like visual, auditory, touch, and proprioception. Intrinsic feedback is often referred to as "natural feedback" and can be a powerful tool for athletes to improve their performance. Extrinsic feedback (External/Augmented): This type of feedback comes from an external source, like a coach or teammate. Extrinsic feedback can be in the form of knowledge of performance (information about how the athlete is performing) or knowledge of results (information about the outcome of the performance). We'll also discuss the different types of extrinsic feedback, such as: Concurrent feedback: This is feedback given during the performance, allowing the athlete to adjust their technique in real-time. Terminal feedback: This is feedback given after the performance is complete, allowing the athlete to reflect on their performance and make adjustments for next time. Positive feedback: This is feedback that focuses on what the athlete is doing well and encourages them to continue. Negative feedback: This is feedback that highlights areas that need improvement and offers suggestions for how to improve. Understanding the timing, delivery, and type of feedback can make a huge difference in improving performance. So join us and learn how to use feedback effectively in sports! Don't forget to check out the PowerPoint version of this video on our website, and learn more about PE Buddy, your online PE Buddy! 0:00 Introduction 0:20 HERE'S WHAT YOU'LL LEARN 0:30 WHAT IS FEEDBACK? 0:48 WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF FEEDBACK! 1:38 HOW CAN IS FEEDBACK DELIVERED! 1:56 INTRINSIC FEEDBACK (INTERNAL FEEDBACK) 2:55 INTRINSIC FEEDBACK - PROPRIOCEPTION 3:13 EXTRINSIC FEEDBACK (EXTERNAL FEEDBACK) 3:30 EXTRINSIC FEEDBACK - KNOWLEDGE OF RESULTS 3:43 EXTRINSIC FEEDBACK - KNOWLEDGE OF PERFORMANCE 4:16 SCENARIO #1 6:14 SUMMARY - TYPES OF FEEDBACK 6:34 LEARN MORE ABOUT PE BUDDY!
Biomechanics of a Soccer Kick | Biomechanics for Beginners Bonus Video!
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Biomechanics of a Soccer Kick | Biomechanics for Beginners Bonus Video!

Hello and welcome to PE Buddy, Mr D here! Today's video teaches you about 'Biomechanics of a Soccer Kick.' โ˜… Learn more about PE Buddy https://www.onlinepebuddy.com/ โ˜… Was this video useful? Consider supporting PE Buddy to help Mr D keep making awesome videos for students, teachers and schools everyone! https://www.patreon.com/pebuddy โ˜… Take your learning to the next level with our online courses https://www.udemy.com/course/anatomy-... Today's video "Biomechanics of a Soccer Kick" is a bonus video for our Biomechanics for Beginners Series. This crash course series is designed to help students, athletes and sportspeople gain a better understanding of how their body works and how we can use physics, science and Biomechanical analysis to improve performance (And decrease injury!). In this video you'll learn how to analyse a sports movement, in this case it's a soccer kick. We'll review and apply each of the 4 main Biomechanical principles we've learnt about and find out how to improve performance. This is useful for anyone studying VCE PE, HSC PDHPE, GCSE PE or similar courses in Year 11 or 12 as well as first year uni students! What you'll learn in this video! 0:00 Introduction and welcome 0:47 Applying Kinetics (Newton's Laws) to a soccer kick 2:33 Applying Kinematics to soccer kick 4:12 Applying Levers to a soccer kick 5:12 Applying Equilibrium to a soccer kick 7:22 Improving a soccer kick using Biomechanics 8:37 Conclusion Learnt something? Like this video! Got more questions? Comment on this video! Want to learn more? Subscribe and stay tuned for the next video! Thanks legends, Mr D, your online PE Buddy
Top 10 recovery strategies to improve performance
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Top 10 recovery strategies to improve performance

Hello and welcome to PE Buddy, Mr D here! Question: what is the most effective way to improve athletic or sporting performance? Training? No! Nutrition? No! Mindset? No! The best answer is RECOVERY! Why? Because better recovery = more training + less injuries = better performance! Recovery after training, workout, running or sport is key! Recovery strategies for athletes are some of the most interesting and developing spaces in the sport science world, with companies investing lots of money. Watch the whole video to learn about the top 10 recovery strategies to improve performance! These include: 0:00 Introduction 0:52 Key recovery principles 1:17 Recovery strategy 10 - Rest 1:32 Recovery strategy 9 - Foam rolling 1:52 Recovery strategy 8 - Hydrotherapy 2:28 Recovery strategy 7 - Active recovery 2:53 Recovery strategy 6 - Compression 3:22 Recovery strategy 5 - Cool down 3:57 Recovery strategy 4 - Hydration 4:23 Recovery strategy 3 - Watch to find out! 5:03 Recovery strategy 2 - Watch to find out! 5:33 Recovery strategy 1 - Watch to find out! 5:47 Conclusion Learnt something? Like this video! Got questions? Comment! Want to learn more? Subscribe! โ˜… Learn more about PE Buddy https://www.onlinepebuddy.com/ โ˜… Was this video useful? Consider supporting PE Buddy to help Mr D keep making awesome videos for students, teachers and schools everyone! https://www.patreon.com/pebuddy โ˜… Take your learning to the next level with our online courses https://www.udemy.com/course/anatomy-crash-course/ Thanks legends, Mr D, your online PE Buddy!
Learn about Equilibrium: Centre of Gravity & Base of Support | Biomechanics for Beginners Part 5/5
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Learn about classes of Levers in the body | Biomechanics for Beginners Part 4/5
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Learn about classes of Levers in the body | Biomechanics for Beginners Part 4/5

Hello and welcome to PE Buddy, Mr D here! Today's video teaches you about 'Classes of Levers in the Body.' โ˜… Learn more about PE Buddy https://www.onlinepebuddy.com/ โ˜… Was this video useful? Consider supporting PE Buddy to help Mr D keep making awesome videos for students, teachers and schools everyone! https://www.patreon.com/pebuddy โ˜… Take your learning to the next level with our online courses https://www.udemy.com/course/anatomy-crash-course/ Today's video "Classes of Levers in the Body" introduces you to Part 4/5 in the Biomechanics for Beginners Series. This crash course series is designed to help students, athletes and sportspeople gain a better understanding of how their body works and how we can use physics, science and analysis to improve performance (And decrease injury!). In this video you'll learn about the 3 classes of levers - 1st, 2nd and 3rd. You'll learn about the bar, fulcrum, force/effort, resistance/load and much more! This is useful for anyone studying VCE PE, HSC PDHPE, GCSE PE or similar courses in Year 11 or 12 as well as first year uni students! What you'll learn in this video! 0:00 Introduction and welcome 0:27 What are levers? 0:41 1st Class levers 2:05 2nd class levers 3:01 3rd class levers 4:09 conclusion Learnt something? Like this video! Got more questions? Comment on this video! Want to learn more? Subscribe and stay tuned for the next video! Thanks legends, Mr D, your online PE Buddy
Learn about Kinematics | Human Movement & Projectile Motion | Part 3/5 Biomechanics for Beginners
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Learn about Kinematics | Human Movement & Projectile Motion | Part 3/5 Biomechanics for Beginners

Hello and welcome to PE Buddy, Mr D here! โ˜… Learn more about PE Buddy https://www.onlinepebuddy.com/ โ˜… Was this video useful? Consider supporting PE Buddy to help Mr D keep making awesome videos for students, teachers and schools everyone! https://www.patreon.com/pebuddy โ˜… Take your learning to the next level with our online courses https://www.udemy.com/course/anatomy-crash-course/ Today's video "Kinematic Concepts - Human Movement & Projectile Motion" introduces you to Part 3/5 in the Biomechanics for Beginners Series. This crash course series is designed to help students, athletes and sportspeople gain a better understanding of how their body works and how we can use physics, science and analysis to improve performance (And decrease injury!). In this video you'll learn about the main kinematic concepts: Newton's 3 laws, human movement and projectile motion. These relate to motion of the body without considering the forces that cause this movement. This is useful for anyone studying VCE PE, HSC PDHPE, GCSE PE or similar courses in Year 11 or 12 as well as first year uni students! What you'll learn in this video! 0:00 Introduction and welcome 0:12 Overview of Kinematic Concepts 0:47 Distance 1:22 Displacement 2:17 Speed 2:53 Velocity 3:22 Acceleration 3:52 Projectile Motion Overview 4:08 Height of Release 4:32 Angle of Release 5:13 Speed of Release 5:52 Conclusion Learnt something? Like this video! Got more questions? Comment on this video! Want to learn more? Subscribe and stay tuned for the next video! Thanks legends, Mr D, your online PE Buddy
Learn about Kinetics | Newton's Laws, Momentum & Impulse | Part 2/5 Biomechanics for Beginners
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Learn about Kinetics | Newton's Laws, Momentum & Impulse | Part 2/5 Biomechanics for Beginners

Hello and welcome to PE Buddy, Mr D here! โ˜… Learn more about PE Buddy https://www.onlinepebuddy.com/ โ˜… Was this video useful? Consider supporting PE Buddy to help Mr D keep making awesome videos for students, teachers and schools everyone! https://www.patreon.com/pebuddy โ˜… Take your learning to the next level with our online courses https://www.udemy.com/course/anatomy-crash-course/ Today's video "Kinetic Concepts" introduces you to Part 2/5 in the Biomechanics for Beginners Series. This crash course series is designed to help students, athletes and sportspeople gain a better understanding of how their body works and how we can use physics, science and analysis to improve performance (And decrease injury!). In this video you'll learn about the main kinetic concepts: Inertia, Mass, Force, Momentum and Impulse. These relate to motion of the body and forces that cause movement. This is useful for anyone studying VCE PE, HSC PDHPE, GCSE PE or similar courses in Year 11 or 12 as well as first year uni students! What you'll learn in this video! 0:00 Introduction and welcome 0:34 Force 1:02 Mass 1:33 Newton's Laws of Motion 1:47 Newton's 1st Law - Inertia 2:32 Newton's 2nd Law - Force = Mass x Acceleration 3:13 Newton's 3rd law - Equal and Opposite Reactions 3:52 Momentum 4:27 Impulse Learnt something? Like this video! Got more questions? Comment on this video! Want to learn more? Subscribe and stay tuned for the next video! Thanks legends, Mr D, your online PE Buddy
What is Biomechanics? Part 1/5 in Biomechanics for Beginners Series