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Analysing Training Sessions - GCSE (Yr10)

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Aaron Hudson

on 10 November 2016

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Analysing Training Sessions
Target Heart Rate and
Recovery Rate
Analysing Training Sessions
Plotting and Reading Your
Recovery Rate
1. Outline the FITT Principle.
2. What is Reversibility?
3. Explain Progressive Overload.
4. Outline goal setting using the SMART acronym.
5. List the 6 different training methods.
1. Frequency, Intensity, Time, Type
2. The gradual loss of fitness as a consequence of stopping training.
3. Gradually increasing the load so that a fitness gain occurs without injury
4. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, realistic, Time-bound.
5.Interval, Continuous, Fartlek, Circuit, Weight, Cross.
Heart Rate:

The number of times the heart
beats per minute.

Measured in BPM
Maximum Heart Rate (MHR):
MHR is calculated by subtracting a
persons age from 220.
220 - Age = MHR (BPM)
Mr Hudson's MHR:
220 - 27 = 193 bpm
Can be done by checking the radial pulse,
by putting the index and middle fingers on
the wrist just below the thumb.
Find your pulse using the
radial method. Together
we'll measure for 30 secs.
Resting Heart Rate
Resting heart rate is the heart rate
when your body is at rest.
Average is between 60 -80 bpm

NAME - Resting Heart Rate = ?? bpm
Plot your Resting HR and Maximum HR
Working Heart Rate:
The measurement of the heart rate during or immediately after exercise.
This is an accurate guidance to the intensity,
the (I in FITT).
Measure and plot your Working HR
Discuss - 30 secs
Target Heart Rate
Your target heart rate can be found by taking
of your MHR as the lower threshold and
of your MHR as the upper threshold.
-- (206 or 205 / 100) x 60 =
123 bpm
-- (206 or 205 / 100) x 80 =
164 bpm
Plot your Target Zone on your Graph
Target Heart Rate
The idea is to be within your target
zone whilst training to ensure an
increase in fitness occurs .
(Working harder than usual)
Recovery Rate
Recovery rate is the measure of how long it takes for a person's heart rate to return to its resting level after exercise.
The sooner the heart rate returns to normal,.......
Resting and Recovery Rates are a good guide to fitness level and will increase and decrease dependent on fitness.
1. How many minutes did it take you to get out of your target zone?
2. How long did it take for you to recover to your resting heart rate after exercise?
Compile the first 3 weeks of your training plan. This
must include:
Types of Training
Reps and Sets
Lay out as a weekly table

Analysing Training Sessions
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