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cross-training

Multiskilling Sports medicine
1. The regular participation in multiple sports–eg, basketball and long-distance running.
2. The exercising of muscle groups or participation in a sport differing from than an athlete's primary sport. See Training.

cross-training

1. A cost-containment measure whereby instruction and experience are provided to enable health care workers to perform procedures and provide services previously limited to other members of the health team.
2. In physical fitness training, the use of one or more sports to train for another. For example, training in both cycling and running strengthens all of the leg muscle groups and makes them less vulnerable to injury.
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WHEN it comes to incorporating more cross-training into a running schedule and preventing injury, runners should think about tackling exercises that actively address muscle and strength imbalances in the body.
For organizations that have compliance requirements, cross-training yields professionals that can identify issues beyond their individual subject.
Proper cross-training will not only extend your handball days, it will also increase your overall fitness, balance and stamina.
Luckily, home-station cross-training had familiarized all heavy vehicle operators with hippo operation.
Cross-training is used more broadly now, as a way of encouraging new or moderate exercisers to incorporate all the components of fitness into a weekly workout.
It is hypothesized that location of cross-training will afford nurses with increased clinical competencies to work in all areas of the birthing unit and permit for greater decision-making capacity in the delivery of obstetrical care to their patients.
Therefore in an attempt to minimize injuries and improve or maintain performance, some athletes have tried cross-training. (2-6) Cross-training is defined as training for more than one sport simultaneously, or training for several different components of fitness such as endurance, strength, and flexibility.
"They plan to reduce staffing and provide cross-training,'' Mr.
Other delegates argued that the best way of motivating frustrated housekeeping staff is cross-training both within the housekeeping department and across other departments.
3.b) Shows that the mean value of the Cross-Training and labor turnover pivots is 2.34 which is Moving towards accepting of the research sample on the relationship between Cross-Training and labor turnover, In other words, for training in the area of specialization impact on the survival of workers in the workplace and do not search for jobs in other places.
Cross-training offers a wide range of athletic movements and promotes GPP.
My solution is fairly simple and a principle you utilize every day on your salesfloors: cross-training I'm not talking about cross-training in the traditional sense of the word, but rather cross-training skill sets.