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extrinsic risk factor


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In sports science, an extrinsic factor that increases the risk of sustaining a sports injuries. Extrinsic risk factors include inappropriate training (e.g. too frequent or too intense), improper equipment, inappropriate clothing or protective gear, and poor technique. Compare intrinsic risk factor.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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