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Transcript: Prevention Different Factors: saddle handlebars knee to pedal foot to pedal check weather reports check bike's condition before and during rides check trail terrain bring water "Transforming society by optimizing movement to improve human experiences" Stretching * include at least a 10 minute WARM UP before your ride Vision statement by the APTA for the Physical Therapy Profession References: Equipment What can health professionals do to help? Self-Reliance The leading factors contributing to injury are OVERUSE or EXCESSIVE FATIGUE LEVEL OF EXPERIENCE MUSCULAR IMBALANCE INAPPROPRIATE EQUIPMENT USE Training Mountain Biking: Patient Education Aitken, S., Biant, L. & Court-Brown, C. (2011). Recreational mountain biking injuries. Emergency Medicine Journal, 28(4), 274-279. doi: 10.1136/emj.2009.086991. Aleman, K. & Meyers, M. (2010). Mountain biking injuries in children & adolescents. Sports Medicine, 40(1), 77-89. doi:10.2165/11319640-0000000000-00000. Ashwell, Z., McKay, M.P., Brubacher, J., & Gareau, A. (2012). The Epidemiology of Mountain Bike Park Injuries at the Whistler Bike Park, British Columbia (BC), Canada. Wilderness & Environmental Medicine (Allen Press Publishing Services Inc.) 23(2), 140-145. Kronisch, R.L. & Pfeiffer, R.P. (2002). Mountain biking injuries: an update./Les traumatismes en VTT:mise a jour. Sports Medicine, 32(8), 523-537. Kronisch, R.L., Chow, T.K., Simon, L.M., & Wong, P.F. (1996). Acute Injuries in Off-Road Bicycle racing. American Journal of Sports Medicine, 24(1), 88-93. Romanow, N., Hagel, B., Nguyen, M., Embree, T., & Rowe, B. (2014). Mountain bike terrain park-related injuries: an emerging cause of morbidity. International Journal of Injury Control & Safety Promotion, 21(1), 29-46. doi: 10.1080/17457300.2012.749918. retrieved May 20, 2014: retrieved May 20, 2014: retrieved May 22, 2014: : retrieved May 22, 2014: retrieved May 22, 2014; retrieved May 30, 2014: retrieved June 1, 2014: retrieved June 1, 2014: retrieved June 1, 2014: Most injuries are prevented by BEING PREPARED - powerful legs for rough and uphill terrain maintain a squat position over bike seat core strength for posture maintenance upper body strength for handle bar control knee alignment over pedals balance WEAR A HELMET! Facts 7% of injured participants are hospitalized Most injuries occur in AUGUST Most common traumatic injuries were FRACTURES mainly shoulder followed by wrist and fingers The SHOULDER COMPLEX was most injured During DOWNHILL riding, speeds up over 100 km/h have been obtained As rider, you need to be INFORMED and AWARE sustained postures over handlebars cause tight scapular stabilizers and back muscles hands, wrists, & forearms from gripping handlebars IT bands commonly need stretching amongst bikers Requires: ENDURANCE BALANCE CORE STRENGTH BIKE HANDLING SKILLS Self-Reliance Bike Fitting Equipment Training Strengthening "Mountain biking is the sport of riding bicycles off-road, often over rough terrain, using specially designed mountain bikes..[that] incorporate features designed to enhance durability and performance in rough terrain." ACUTE: cuts and abrasions fractures head injuries sprains & strains CHRONIC: hand or foot numbness (compression neuropathy) perineal pain or saddle sores patellofemoral pain syndrome IT band friction syndrome neck and back pain due to poor posture Bike Fitting Common Injuries know your limitations

Mountain Biking

Transcript: Introduction difference between hard tail and normal full suspension bike Equipment If you are wanting have a try at this you may want to Get all the right Equipment. Mountain biking is on a mountain with rocky trains and steep slopes. the conditions can be any weather for example wet, windy, muddy, dry, really hot, raining, ect. When i talk about Mountain biking its not just getting on a bike and rolling down a hill it about having the courage and knowledge of what to do. I'll be talking about EXTREME mountain biking. Mountain Biking is a sport which consists of riding bicycles off-road, often over rough terrain, using specially adapted mountain bikes are used they have back suspension and front most mountain biking is help in steep rocky and rough terrain areas Gloves so your hands don't slip from the handle bars Goggles, to keep the dust out of your eyes clip on shoes for your bike #2 This helmet is mainly for EXTREME mountain biking. Whistler but the most popular mountain biking course is..... #9 #6 Neck brace Has no back suspension. Contents People do it because its a thrilling and a adrenalin rush. this is probably your first option when you are going EXTREME mountain biking. the cost all up would be about...... 3500 if were to go with the standed gear it would be about 5000 if u were to get all the best gear. Mountain Muddy #3 This is probably the normal bike that you ride around on the road, and rocky trails But it can still be used for mountain biking Full Suspension front suspension or sometimes called front forks. #4 the Land form Hard Tail. Mountain Biking Hydration System #5 Raining Why do people do it . ??? Extreme Mountain biking 1. introduction. 2.Why people do it. 3.different types of bikes. 4. Equipment. 5.Land form 6.Injury's 7.finishing Mountain Bike (Main Piece of Equipment) . Still has front suspension Just a couple Front suspension This is the back suspension for extra comfort going down the rocky terrains. this helmet is just for normal mountain biking Injury's #8 #7 thanks for watching #1 Padding for the legs this is only for EXTREME mountain biking There are many injury's in mountain biking Like Spine,Back,collar bone ect Mostly around the back area. Back Suspension thank you for watching g Dusty

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