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7.04 Biology FLVS
Transcript of 7.04 Biology FLVS
I've played football for many years and I know what it takes to be good. You have to have very strong muscles or it won't work for you. You need to be able to run across the field in a matter of seconds while controlling your momentum and proper foot movement is key
High impact sports involve a lot of running and sprinting, along with jumping and pounding with your legs and other body parts. An example of high impact football is screen blocking which involves high speed sprinting then sudden collision upon another player which provides heavy shock damage. These things can stress your bones as well as causing tiny micro damages to the surface of the bones.
The Skeletal System
Football is a very demanding sport that requires you to be fit, posse speed and agility, as well as being able to preform short bursts of extreme exercise. Simply playing the sport helps with all of this. Especially your leg muscles which are used constantly almost nonstop.
While playing you wouldn't want to over heat. It's good that the integumentary system regulates your temperature preventing overheating to happen. As we all know sweating is a way for your body to cool off. This is also why in florida football is require to have a water break every 5-10 minutes for players.
The Sport Itself