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Copy of Copy of GCSE PE - Training Methods

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So... what's the difference between Fartlek and Interval training?
Claverham Community College
GCSE PHYSICAL EDUCATION


Learning Objectives
To explain how the
following methods of
training can improve health
and fitness:
Interval
Continuous
Fartlek
Weight
Circuit
Cross
And...
Explain how each of them
relate to the components
of fitness
methods of training
VIDEO VAULT
fartlek training
'speed play' - running at
different speeds
Fartlek
Continuous
Weight
Interval
Cross
Circuit
Interval training is more disciplined and precise in it's training goal. Fartlek is, often, not as demanding and can be incorporated to suit one's needs.
An athletic training technique, used especially in running, in which periods of intense effort alternate with periods of less strenuous effort in a continuous workout
This method of training would suit a games player e.g. Netball, Football, Rugby
•Interval training is a type of physical training that involves bursts of high intensity work. This high intensity work is alternated with periods of rest or low activity
Interval Training
Continuous training is a type of sports training that involves activity without rest intervals
•Performing a variety of exercises in your exercise routine to avoid overuse injuries and prevent boredom.
•A form of physical exercise using weights to increase the strength and size of muscles
a form of training that takes the participant through a series of exercise stations, sometimes with brief rest intervals in between. Can emphasize muscular strength, muscular endurance, aerobic conditioning or a combination of all three.
Exam Questions
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