So if a linebacker or the offensive line jump across the scrimmage line before the ball is snapped the team is penalized the number is called out and the yardage is subtracted or added to either team so efficiently the brains message relation is telling the player to get to the player or quarterback right away to be a better player The brain working efficiently here sends the wrong message but it is a natural development of the brain to become more efficient in any situation so is it possible that through testing through sports medicine through stress testing it can be seen that a person’s tolerance level for by the ductility is at a low medium or high level and is it possible that through consistent contact or through consistent stress on the body the level of tolerance to keeping one’s control over one’s temper once inhibitions what activities at a Moderate to low level of upset is possible in effect the testing that was done on athletes should show their temperament level the taller just outside behaviors at the frequency of spikes that occur when anger or frustration or even stress is present these calibrations can be seen in their blood-pressure Pults heart rate and brain activity in effect any doctor who sees these effects on an athlete should not read into them randomly but to have been added intelligence to tell when the athlete is undergoing tendencies which will lead to problems maybe that’s why people think some people are set up to fail


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ASHWORTH MEDICINE-Professional Medical Assisting, Doctor of Science,Legal Assistant Diploma BSc Criminal Justice PhD Computational Neuroscience MD DSC Epigenetics
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