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GCSE - Physical Demands of Performance
Transcript of GCSE - Physical Demands of Performance
Define the term stress? (2 marks)
5 or 6 marks = A/A*
4 or 3 marks = B
2 marks = C Practice exam questions A feeling of extreme physical or mental tiredness brought on by extreme exertion and it can result in temporary loss of strength and energy”
“Is the body’s reaction to a change that requires a physical, mental or emotional adjustment or response” Eyes Closed - Hands Up
Stress or fatigue? Amount of determination
Desire to win or succeed
If overly stressed motivation will decrease
Why? MOTIVATION Why? If you become bored easily or find aspects of practicing or performing tedious are you more or less likely to achieve as performers? Arousal levels increase
Positive & negative effects ANXIETY Related to excitement
Can result in tightness in the muscles
Positive & Negative Effects
Nervous – poor performance TENSION What effects can stress have? Can have significant effects on performance
“Is the body’s reaction to a change that requires a physical, mental or emotional adjustment or response” stress A dangerous condition & can result in injury
One reason substitutions are allowed in major sports What effects can fatigue have? 5 or 6 marks = A/A*
4 or 3 marks = B
2 marks = C Decrease in concentration, body may not be able to carry on – muscular fatigue, skill levels decrease so make mistakes, skill levels decrease as speed and strength decrease.
“Is the body’s reaction to a change that requires a physical, mental or emotional adjustment or response” Peer assessment Paul gascoignes stress breakdown
Oct 1998: Admitted to the Priory hospital for stress and drink problems.
One fan described him as “one of the most generous and warm-hearted people I have ever met in football and maybe that has contributed to his problems. He has struggled to come to terms with the end of his playing career.”
Feb 2008: Detained under the Mental Health Act after strange behaviour, INCLUDING THREATENING TO KILL HIMSELF How did the current world record holder, a woman who had run more than two minutes faster than anyone else in the field, not only fail to take gold but also fail to even finish?
Pulled out of the marathon at the 23rd mile in Athens due to tiredness & exhaustion
She knew it would be scorchingly hot in Athens, she knew there was a danger of dehydration, and she would have trained accordingly.
Radcliffe was with the leading group for the first 15 miles but then they began to pull away A feeling of extreme PHYSICAL or MENTAL tiredness brought on by extreme exertion FATIGUE Can result in temporary loss of strength & energy Speed Dating - 60 seconds write down as many as you can - then when buzzer goes go and find someone else & share your ideas and write them down too! Speed Dating - 60 seconds write as many effects that you can think of Create a fact sheet on external injuries, it must include a definition, a picture and a sporting example Learn the definitions for 'tennis elbow' & 'stress fracture'