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Energy Systems in Taekwondo

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Transcript of Energy Systems in Taekwondo

Energy Systems
In Taekwondo
Energy
Vital factor when making movements small or large
The ability or capacity to do work
Created by the breakdown of adenosine triphosphate
The Three Systems
Creatine Phosphate
Lactic Acid
Aerobic

Creatine Phosphate
Least complex system
Anaerobic- Doesn't require oxygen
Uses creatine phosphate to resynthesise the ATP
Lactic Acid
More complex then the Creatine phosphate system
Anaerobic- Doesn't require oxygen
Used after the Creatine Phosphate has run out
Uses glycogen
Aerobic System
Most complex system
Requires a number of reactions
Requires oxygen
Unlimited supply of energy
Taekwondo
attack the opposition by sparring
the energy system used depends on the duration an intensity of the activity
need physical requirements- components of fitness.
Components of Fitness
Muscular Strength and Power
Coordination and Flexibility
Agility
Anaerobic Capacity
Endurance
Elite Sparring
Elite Players
Extremely high intensity
Can get their heart rates up to 100%
Depend on their anaerobic system
Comparison
Unable to master required techniques
Unbalanced, not agile, inflexible
To Improve
Work on intensity and duration
Shorten duration and train in short intervals with reasonable recovery time
Conclusion
Reference List
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