|Adapted Physical Activity|
|It directs the students. |
It is flexible.
Providing opportunities to evaluate how various concepts are shaped.
|Adds meaning, purpose, and enjoyment to the lives of the students.|
Providing a balance between what is considered to be common to students’ education and the type of flexibility needed for learning within the 21st century.
|· Abilities, for instance, aquatic abilities, dance, games, and team sports.|
· Important motor skills and patterns that entail utilizing every muscle in a synchronized fashion.
|Cultivate, sustain, reinstate and optimize health and function all through the lifespan.|
Dedicated hands-on clinical abilities to evaluate, identify and treat symptoms of injury or disability.
|Restoration of movement and function.||Massages, heat rehabilitation, exercises, electrotherapy, patient education, and recommendation for treating an injury, illness, or malformation.|
|Sport and Exercise Psychology|
|Studying psychological and mental aspects that impact, and are motivated by, partaking in sport, exercise, and physical activity, and implementing this understanding to daily settings.||Decrease or eradicate pain.|
Recuperate from or avert a sports injury.
|Reflective behavior and systematic clinical reasoning.|
|Lesson Plan Football||Precision of Organization.|
Standards and performance principles.
|Follow instructions leading to warm up.|
Comprehend the significance of physical activities at the beginning of a training session.
|Objectives, effectiveness, sequencing, diversity, evaluation, and materials.|
|Nutritional Plan||Fat-free and low-fat milk products comprise lean meat, poultry, fish, beans, eggs, and nuts low in saturated fat, cholesterol, salt (sodium), and additional sugars.||Provide a source of energy vital in undertaking the activity.||Offer fuel for the muscles, promote optimum recovery after exercise and remain hydrated.|
|Treatment Plan||The continuous setting of goals.|
Combination of Physiotherapy and Sport Science
|Return to the similar undertaking and atmosphere in which the injury ensued. Functional capacity after restoration ought to be similar, if not better, than before the damage.||Avert any instance of aggravation.|