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2.2 Unit 4 : Fitness training and programming - Planning a fitness session, things you need to consider

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on the scrap paper note down last lessons learning
Checking for
learning
:
Activity 3
Unit 4:
Planning a fitness session-
Things you need to consider
If you are planning a cardio session for someone you will need to decide on the intensity that you want them to work at. This will usually be by setting one of the heart rate training zones.

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Cardiovascular
training - intensity

This will need to be monitored by various methods. The ones you can use are:
observation
,
talk test
,
Rating of Perceived Exertion
,
heart rate monitoring

maximum heart rate
,
heart rate reserve
You can monitor the intensity of a person’s work by observing them.



observation

What type of things would you look for in their appearance, technique and manner?
Activity 1

This is the Talk Test.
(Write notes)



Talk test

And it being performed:
(Again write notes)
Activity 2
Create a
deffinition

for the
Talk Test

This is where the person assesses themselves on how hard they feel they are working.

As you can see from the previous video it is often paired with the Talk Test, although it does not have to be.

Rate of perceived exertion

Monitoring a person’s intensity through their heart rate means using the heart rate training zones. that we will now look at

Heart rate monitoring

Activity 4

This means working out their MHR, WHR and RHR and working out percentage zones from there.
This is the point at which lactic acid begins to build up in the muscles.

Anaerobic threshold

There are several ways to test a person for their threshold, but most of these are expensive and not widely available.
The easiest way to gauge this is by assuming that it takes place at between 75% and 85% of their MRH.

The easiest way to gauge this is by assuming that it takes place at between 75% and 85% of their MRH.
Anaerobic threshold

This is the point at which lactic acid begins to build up in the muscles.
There are several ways to test a person for their threshold, but most of these are expensive and not widely available.
Activity 5
How does she describe it ?
Note down as many of the different types of resistance training as you hear.


Resistance training

One of the types is bodyweight training, here is an example of it for basketball
Activity 6
For activity that you see in the next video, note down the aspect of speed that you think it would work on (technique, reaction time, acceleration, sprinting speed).
How could you put on this session at here?
Speed training
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