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Football Passing

Shapiro videotaped 12 collegiate football quarterbacks to quantify the dynamics of the passing motion.43 They found results similar to those of Fleisig et al., but discrepancies existed between the magnitudes of certain pa-rameters.43 One explanation for the differences is the sampling rates used for each study.42 Fleisig et al. collected data at 200 Hz, and Rash and Shapiro collected data at 60 Hz. Although football passing is qualitatively similar to baseball pitching, it requires markedly less force and torque production to decelerate elbow extension than pitching requires. The lower incidence of elbow injury in quarterbacks who repetitively throw than in baseball pitchers may be attributed to the lower forces and torques generated during the deceleration phase. In junior high and high school, an athlete with a strong arm often becomes a football quarterback and a baseball pitcher. Because of the kinematic differences between the throwing motions, throwing a baseball and throwing a...

Chat over Corned Beef

A husky former high school football star from Derry, Pennsylvania, Boyer was a year and a half younger than Cohen, having been born on July 10, 1936. Boyer had studied biology and chemistry at St. Vincent College in Pennsylvania, obtaining a bachelor's degree in 1958. He earned his master's degree in 1960 and his Ph.D. in 1963 from the University of Pittsburgh. After doing postgraduate work at Yale University, Boyer joined the UCSF faculty in 1966 as an assistant professor.

Endothelial cells and other cell types

Blood vessels are lined with a single layer of flat cells, endothelial cells this lining is called the endothelium (Fig. 4.19). The whole endothelium in humans is large, weighing around 1.5 kg, with an area similar to that of a football pitch. Endothelial cells provide a smooth lining that reduces resistance to blood flow, but they are also very active in a number of ways. They regulate the contraction or relaxation of blood vessels (by sending signals to the muscle surrounding the

The integrity of the metarepresentational system

A second source of disruption to the observing and overarching representational agent may arise from a direct assault. It is likely that this high-invariant agent, or self, contains some general and some core assumptions. These, as our discussion of Stern's work has indicated, are related to the sense of self as having continuity, and to a differentiation of the continuity of the self from that of the external world. In other words the predictability of the physical world, the world of other people, and of the individual, with their different rhythms promotes the differentiation into the distinctive sense of self. Crucially, a central assumption is that action is possible. Where elements of intentional causal processes are contradictory, and hence do not provide the basis for action, elements of that contradiction may be ignored in the service of action. Suppose however, that action is not possible. Severe trauma may pose a threat to the self because of the break in the continuity of...

The Parents Survival Guide

Today the sun is shining, the birds are singing .and the house is in chaos - nothing new It is Anna's birthday and as usual I am the first one up, having been dragged out of bed by my nose by Ben. He had actually awoken at 2.30am and so I had positioned him in front of a video with a bowl of popcorn and fallen asleep on the settee. Awaking with a start two hours later I realized that I hadn't locked the kitchen door .the sight when I left the living room was a wonder to behold Joe was fast asleep on the hall floor, dummy in mouth and fully clothed with three sets of clothes on, football kit and goalie gloves included. In the kitchen, cling film was wrapped around all the chairs and woven in and out of the door handles. Sticking plasters were stuck to all the doors and work surfaces and raw sausages were impaled on chopsticks and scattered around the kitchen - all in all a total mess

Dispersed systems make it possible to get a lot from a little

Cookbooks often say that one egg yolk is enough to yield a large bowl of mayonnaise. But in fact the physical chemistry of mayonnaise makes it possible, as we have already seen, to obtain liters of sauce from a single yolk The quantity of tensioactive molecules in an egg yolk (proteins and phospholipids, equal to about 5 grams) is sufficient to cover a football field with a monomo-lecular layer and when these molecules cover oil droplets whose radius in on the order of a micrometer (a millionth of a millimeter), as in the case of mayonnaise, they suffice to stabilize several liters of sauce.

Osteitis Pubis Description

Osteitis pubis is a painful, inflammatory, noninfectious condition of the bone, periosteum, cartilage, and ligamentous structures around the pubic symph-ysis.1-5 It is considered the most common inflammatory condition of the pubic symphysis.5 It is not a rare condition, as proven by the large number of patient series published since its first description in 1923.6 The first description within the English literature was by Beer in 1924.7 Most of the early literature on this subject emerged from the field of urology. The first descriptions of osteitis pubis revealed its close association with urologic, gynecologic, and obstetric procedures and complications related to pelvic surgery.1,8 It is a diagnosis seen in almost every patient population, permitting most medical specialists some familiarity with the diagnosis nonetheless, it remains poorly understood. Various clinical forms of osteitis pubis are believed to exist.2,8,9 No single etiologic factor has been identified as the cause...

Particle Size Distributions

If one considers a single particle of the size of a football and then imagines that particle broken down into many smaller particles, each the size of a pea, it can be readily appreciated that the same mass of material can comprise one very large particle or many thousands of much smaller particles. When the surface area of the smaller particles is summed, it is much greater than that of the original football-sized particle. This is expressed numerically in Table 1, in which the start point is a single particle of 10 mm diameter, which is then broken down into successfully smaller particles such that when it has been broken down into particles of 0.01 mm (or 10 nm) diameter, it has produced 109 particles with an increase of a factor of 106 in surface area. Figure 3 shows a particle size distribution measured in the atmosphere of Birmingham expressed in terms of number, surface area and particle volume. When the number of particles is expressed as a function of particle size, it is...

Helmet use and design

In military, recreational and occupational settings, a helmet is often worn for protection from impact or collision. Helmet use for the purpose of reducing collision impact is generally accepted as standard practice in many sports such as motor racing, equestrian, American football, and cricket. There have been notable exceptions, such as the initial attempt by the Union Cyclistes Internationale to make protective helmets mandatory for professional bike racing in 1991 being met with united resistance by the athletes, primarily over the issue of perceived heat stress. Indeed, it was not until after the death of a pro cyclist during racing in 2003 that a mandatory helmet law was enforced, albeit until 2005 with a provision for the removal of helmets at the finish of mountain stages. While the wearing of protective headgear has clear importance in the prevention of trauma injuries and advances in material technology has greatly reduced their weight and increased their ventilation in some...

Pathogenesis of Injury

Elbow Ossification Center Fusion

Little League elbow is predominately an overuse syndrome of immature baseball pitchers but its manifestations are also seen in all positions of baseball and in other overhead activities, such as tennis, volleyball, javelin, and the quarterback position in football.10 Passing a football, serving a tennis ball, and spiking a volleyball place similar forces on the elbow as the pitching motion does. These overuse problems also occur in young gymnasts who place similar forces on the elbow by using it as a weight-bearing joint during maneuvers.11,12

Developmental Dysplasia

A 16-year-old boy presented with a 9-month history of pain and locking of his left hip. This first occurred while playing football as a freshman in high school. He had received no previous specific treatment, but was known to have a developmental abnormality of his hip since early childhood. Radiographs revealed evidence of a separate bone fragment within the femoral

Bovine growth hormone

Recently a professional football player who had received recognition as the outstanding college offensive lineman in the nation in the early 1990s made a very interesting observation. He played at a weight of about 290 pounds, and he was physically larger than most of his peers throughout the country at that time. He noted that he felt like the small guy by today's standards. Today, less than a decade later, many offensive linemen weigh over 300 pounds, and a substantial number weigh 330 pounds or even more. Although some of these large players are grossly obese, many of them are not. Instead, they are just well-proportioned giants. It's hard not to conclude that the unrelenting hormonal attack on our commercial milk production isn't turning our nation into one large laboratory experiment. Androgenic steroids are also making a contribution to this emerging class of giants, but these drugs have been available now for decades and have not been steadily escalating their presence among...

Manager of Largescale Ornithological Projects Dr LC Sanford

Sanford was on the surgical staff of the New Haven Hospital and the physician of the Yale Football team. Because of his hunting and conservation interests he was, at that time, also one of the leading personalities of the Connecticut Fish and Game Commission and came in close contact with Theodore Roosevelt while he was President of the United States. Sanford's activities regarding the AMNH had been triggered by his friend Dr. Thomas Barbour (18841946), curator and later director of the Museum of Comparative Zoology (MCZ), Harvard University, who had pointed out to him that the MCZ's collections were more complete than those of the AMNH. Thus, as a trustee of the AMNH since 1921, Sanford competed with Barbour and the MCZ (Mayr, pers. comm., and Bock 1994a). He was a born collector and particularly enjoyed possessing things which others did not have and partly because they did not have them. However, he wanted nothing for himself and took delight in...

Biceps Tendon Ruptures

The mechanism of injury is an eccentric loading of the biceps muscle that can occur as a result of actions, such as suddenly lifting a heavy load, catching a heavy load, carrying an unbalanced object, or reaching up to prevent a fall. Ruptures also occur following relatively routine activities, such as throwing a football, carrying a large sheet of plywood, or going for a slap shot while playing hockey. The association of biceps tendon ruptures with relatively routine activities suggests that the problem may be due to chronic attritional tears that eventually weaken the distal biceps tendon. Degeneration of the tendon identified at the time of surgery and shreds of tendinous material still attached to the radial tuberosity support this supposition.5'7'8

Carbohydrates and Athletic Performance

Carbohydrate present in muscle (300 g), liver (90 g), and body fluids (30 g) is the major fuel for physical performance. The ATP stored in muscle cells can only give high-power output for a few seconds. It can be resynthesized anaerobically for a further few seconds (5-8) by using the phosphate from creatinine phosphate. These short, intense bursts of muscular activity are found in sprints (100 meters), track and field events, and sports such as tennis, hockey, football, gymnastics, and weightlifting. If the maximum effort lasts for 30 seconds, then breakdown of muscle glycogen can supply the energy, with buildup of muscle lactic acid. Most physical activity, however, requires an energy source that can power muscles for longer periods. The duration and intensity of exercise determines the mix of fuel used. In resting or light activity, about 60 is from free fatty acids (FFAs) and tri-glycerides in muscles. At moderate levels of activity (approximately 50 of the maximum O 2 uptake),...


Brisk walking, heavy housework (scrubbing, spring cleaning), heavy gardening (digging), heavy DIY (sawing, mixing cement), football, tennis, cycling, swimming, aerobics, all at a level to produce some breathlessness and a feeling of warmth, working as a labourer, roofer or refuse collector Sport and exercise at a level to induce sweating and breathlessness, e.g. squash, running, football, rugby, swimming, tennis, aerobics, cycling, gym work, any work or occupation involving frequent climbing, lifting, carrying, e.g. mining, forestry

Patterns of use

The typical pattern of use is a half to two tablets per evening (although the time of use often extends into the next morning) with a usual frequency of between once or twice a week to less than monthly. There has been increasing recognition of a minority of users who take the drug in a binge fashion, consuming up to 30 tablets in a weekend. Although primarily a social drug, MDMA may be used while alone and is not confined to clubs, with use extending to public houses, bars, and football terraces as well as occasional solitary use.

Athletic Pubalgia

Algorithm For Testicular Pain

For years, lower abdominal groin pain has ended the careers of many gifted athletes. These injuries in Major League Soccer, the National Hockey League, the National Football League, and other sports organizations during the past few years have heightened the awareness of this problem. However, the pathophysi-ologic processes involved in these presumptive injuries have been poorly understood. In 1992 we reported success with an operation for a particular pattern of inguinal pain in a limited number of ath-letes.32 We found that a distinct syndrome of lower abdominal adductor pain in male athletes appeared correctable by a procedure designed to strengthen the anterior pelvic floor. The operation we developed was based on some concepts first suggested by the work of a Yugoslavian surgeon named Nesovic (personal communication). This success led to a much larger ex-perience.90 The experience now numbers about 1800 patients. The location and pattern of pain and the operative success suggest...

Atoms and Elements

Atoms, the basic units of all matter, are made up of three major components the negatively charged electrons positively charged protons and uncharged neutrons (figure 2.1). The protons and neutrons, the heaviest components, are found in the heaviest part of the atom, the nucleus. The very light electrons orbit the nucleus. The number of protons normally equals the number of electrons, and so the atom as a whole is uncharged. The relative sizes and motion of the parts of an atom can be illustrated by the following analogy. If a single atom were enlarged to the size of a football stadium, the nucleus would be the size of a marble and it would be positioned somewhere above the 50-yard line. The electrons would resemble fruit flies zipping around the stands. Their orbits would be mostly inside the stadium, but on occasion they would travel outside it.