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Yogita Ingle 1 week ago

Physiotherapists help people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice. They maintain health for people of all ages, helping patients to manage pain and prevent diseases.

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Robin Gupta 6 days, 1 hour ago


Ashish Singh 1 week, 6 days ago

It is an individuals expression of technique in motor action, therefore each sports person due to his specific or particular psyshic, phyaical and biological capacity realize the technique in different way.
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Babita Sweet 1 week, 5 days ago

Because we are without knowing our health our study is not mind so physical education is important for economics growth
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Pawni Chaudhary 1 week, 6 days ago

In the names of all competitors, i promise that we shall take part in these Olympic games respectively and abiding by the rules which govern them committing ourselves to a sports without doping and without drugs in true spirit of sport's manship for the glory of sports and the honour of our terms
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Sameer Gupta 2 weeks, 1 day ago

When the rate of forward reaction is equal to rate of backward reaction then at that instant the reaction is known as equilibrium

Harender Singh 2 weeks, 3 days ago

When the rate of forward reaction becomes equal to the rate of backward reaction then the reaction will be said to at equilibrium.

Yadav Ashutosh 2 weeks, 3 days ago

The rate of forward and backward reaction become constant at a instant is known as equilibrium.
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Yogita Ingle 2 weeks, 3 days ago

Yama means restraints or abstention. Yamas are practices to eliminate wrong, harmful or disturbing behaviour. They create a foundation of right living. Yama consists of five moral codes of conduct. These are :
(i) Ahimsa or non-violence : It means not to hurt any creature mentally or physically through mind, speech or action. We must not display any negative emotions or injure anyone.
(ii) Satya or truthfulness : It is a presentation of a matter with truthfulness in thought, word and deed. We must not tell a lie in all the dealings of life.
(iii) Asteya or Non-stealing : of anything in life such as money, material, ideas, speeches or writings. We should feel satisfied, whatever God has given us.
(iv) Celibacy or Brahmacharya : It means refraining from all the activities related to sexual enjoyment directly or indirectly.
(v) Aparigraha or non-possessiveness : It means to lead a life with minimum requirements.

Niyama  literally means positive duties or observances. In Indian traditions, particularly Yoga, niyamas and its complement, Yamas, are recommended activities and habits for healthy living, spiritual enlightenment and liberated state of existence.

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Gaurav Seth 2 weeks, 3 days ago

This flame ignited by the Olympic torch which is brought to the venue of modern Olympics by a relay of torchbearers. Torch is kept burning throughout the game at the venue of the modern Olympics by a relay of torchbearers. Torch is kept burning throughout the games at the venue of the Olympic games. Olympic flame was kept burning throughout the Olympic games of Amsterdam in Holland in the year 1928.

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Yadav Ashutosh 2 weeks, 3 days ago

8 elements of yoga are following: 1. Yama 2. Niyam 3. Asana 4. Pranayama 5. Pratyahara 6. Dhrana 7. Dhyana 8. Samaadhi
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Sameer Gupta 2 weeks, 1 day ago

Simply by going gym

Yogita Ingle 2 weeks, 4 days ago

Effects of Exercises on Muscular System : Following changes in our muscular system can be seen if exercises are done on regular basis :

  1. Efficiency in the Movements of Muscles.
    The movements of muscles become efficient and smooth. The movements during different activities become attractive.
  2. Change in the Connective Tissue. The connective tissue, which connects fibres, becomes powerful. These tissues can bear stress of strenuous activity and can be extended up to some degree.
  3. Controls Extra Fat. Regular exercise controls the extra fat of body. Exercises burn the calories which is taken in the form of fat.
  4. Musele Remains in Tone Position. When exercises are done on regular basis then our muscles remain in toned position. Indeed, muscle remains under some degree of contraction. Muscle becomes firm and maintains a slight, steady pull on the attachments.
  5. Formation of More Capillaries. When exercises are done, the colour of muscles is changed, because a number of new capillaries are formed for a better efficiency of blood circulation.
  6. Change in Shape and Size of Muscle. Through regular exercise, the shape and size of muscle is changed. In fact, cells of muscles are enlarged which change the shape and size of muscle.
  7. Delays Fatigue. Regular exercise delays fatigue. The fatigue is mainly due to formation of carbon dioxide, lactic acid and acid phosphate. The accumulation of C02 acid phosphate and lactic acid becomes less in an individual who performs exercise regularly, Hence, fatigue can be delayed if exercises are performed daily.
  8. Improves Reaction Time. Due to regular exercise, the speed of nerve impulses increases which ultimately improves the reaction time. These nerve impulses move very quickly through motor nerves from nervous system to muscle fibre. Owing to this the reaction time improves.
  9. Body Posture Remains Correct. By doing exercise regularly, the strength of muscles increases, which in turn, keeps the body posture in correct position. The postural deformities do not occur. If there is any physical deformity, it is removed by doing regular exercise.
  10. Non-functioning Fibres Become Active.
    When we do not do any strenuous work, all the muscle fibres of our body do not perform any work. In fact, these fibres do not need to be active. But when we perform exercise regularly, the non-functioning fibres also begin to be active. Consequently, the strength of the body increases, because the total contractile power of the muscle fibres increases.
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Gaurav Seth 2 weeks, 5 days ago


Special Olympics



The world's largest sports organization for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, providing year-round training and competitions

A major international multi-sport event involving athletes with a range of disabilities


July 20, 1968

22 September 1989


The Special Olympics organization

International Paralympic Committee (IPC)


169 countries

105 active member countries


Recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC)

Not hosted in tandem with the Olympics

Recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC)

Hosted in tandem with the Olympics

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Abhay Rana 2 weeks, 5 days ago

Leader Ka hmesha lund bada hona Chahiye and kbhi bhi leader assa mt banana jo ki ak muthiya ho aur dhela dhala ho leader hamesha furtila hona Chahiye tabhi vo on the spot kisiki bhi gand le skega

Shobit Rawat 2 weeks, 5 days ago

leader is intelligent
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Prince Kumar 2 weeks, 5 days ago

Thank you

Yogita Ingle 2 weeks, 5 days ago

Clayton P. Alderfer's ERG theory from 1969 condenses Maslow's five human needs into three categories: Existence, Relatedness and Growth.

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Yogita Ingle 2 weeks, 5 days ago

Limber-down: After the training session a limber down of 15-20 minutes is essential to help an athlete to recover. Some light exercises are performed without giving jerk to the body to bring back the body temperature near to normal level. Limbering-down is also known as cooling-down exercises.
(a) Promotes quick recovery from fatigue.
(b) Slow exercise done after strenous activity continues the blood pumping action of the muscles, thus preventing pooling of blood in extremities,
(c) Muscular stiffness and soreness is prevented
(d) Reduces aches, pains and one feels fresh for training session next day.

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Padma Changmai 2 weeks, 4 days ago

Humerus and femur

Abhay Rana 2 weeks, 5 days ago

Lund ki

Ankush Das 2 weeks, 5 days ago

Femur kr thigh bone
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Prince Kumar 2 weeks, 4 days ago

There are two types of warm up:- (i) :- General warm up:-> It is usually performrd in all types of activities such like jogging, running, jumping, striding, stretching, calisthenics etc. It increases coordinative abilities and flexibility of muscles and joints. (ii) :- Specific warm up:-> In this type of warm up specific types of exercises are performed after the activities of general warm up. Specific types of warming up differs from activity to activity. Specific warming up is done in Cricket, Badminton, Hockey, Basketball, Lawn Tennis and Shot put.

Abhay Rana 2 weeks, 5 days ago

Phla toh ye hai ki *** kro then thoda hilao. Then jhado then sojao yll
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