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Investigating the relationship between functional movement screen interventions and injury development / Conor Corcoran.

By: Corcoran, Conor.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Bachelor of Arts in Sports Management and Coaching (Institute of Technology Blanchardstown); Undergraduate projects (Institute of Technology Blanchardstown); ITB Past Student Projects: Sports Management.Publisher: Dublin, Ireland : Institute of Technology Blanchardstown , 2016Description: 62p. : charts : 30 cm.Subject(s): Thesis -- AthletesDDC classification: P 481
Introduction -- Literature review -- Methodology -- Findings -- Discussion -- Conclusion.
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Project submitted in part fulfilment for the B.A. in Sports Management and Coaching.

The focus of injury prevention generally lies within recognising muscular strength and flexibility imbalances. One technique of identifying these components is the Functional Movement Screen. The objective of this paper is to investigate the relationship between an FMS based intervention programme and prospective injury development. For this experiment a total of sixteen subjects were selected and videotaped performing the FMS assessment. The population with divided evenly into a control and a treatment group. Based on the scores achieved during the FMS, the researcher prescribed a series of corrective exercises for the treatment group to perform over the course of the data collection period...

Introduction -- Literature review -- Methodology -- Findings -- Discussion -- Conclusion.

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