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2.1 Unit 4: Fitness Training and Programing- Planning a Fitness Training session

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Ryan Farrow

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Transcript of 2.1 Unit 4: Fitness Training and Programing- Planning a Fitness Training session

Fitness Training and Programing:
LO2- Planning a Fitness Training Session

England Under 20 fitness session

Different types of Individuals
Elite Athletes
Trained vs Untrained
Activity 1:

List the information required on a session plan

To develop a safe and effective training programme you will need to consider the principles of training
Activity 2
In pairs define the
How often the athlete will train per week,month or year
It is recommended A beginner may train 3 times a week
Where as a a competitive athlete may train ten or twelve times a week
How hard the athlete will train
It us usually expressed as % of maximum intensity
Increased by adding more weight or speed gradient
How long they will train for during each session
Recommended length of a training session is 45 minutes before fatigue, waste product build up and loss of technique
Training they will perform
Needs to be individual to the person / group
You need to be prepared to train a range of individual athletes
Elite Performers
Trained or well conditioned individuals/groups
Untrained or de conditioned individuals/ groups
Activity 3
What may you specifically
need to consider when
training each of these groups.

1. Elite
2. Trained
3. Untrained
Elite means people that are considered to be the best at something within their category.

Watch this video of an elite training session and make notes on the types of activities and things you can see going on, which have been chosen because it is for an elite group.

If a person is trained this means that they have had some relevant training.

An untrained person is someone who has not.
It is important to remember that the training must have been relevant. A 100m sprinter trying to take up squash, would not count as a trained person.

Activity 4


Using the flip chat and working in groups come up with the pros and cons of training these specific types

More time to focus on technique

No loss of concentration

Can motivate them easier

Can monitor them closely

Must be varied for one person

Requires good communication

Limits activities


More exciting

Motivate through competition

Keeps the session varied and upbeat

Has to be suitable for all

More organisation

More H&S issues

Describe today's learning for you on the paper provided
Checking for
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