extrinsic injury

extrinsic injury

one which results from factors external to the body. Extrinsic factors include equipment, footwear, opponents or environmental factors (such as the sporting surface and weather), poor training methods (such as dramatic changes in intensity or duration or excessive load), poor technique and lack of warm-up.
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2008) Parachute ankle brace and extrinsic injury risk factors during parachuting.