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Physical Education; Warm Up 3º ESO
Transcript of Physical Education; Warm Up 3º ESO
Warm Up and Cool Down Activities
I; WARM UP!? COOL DOWN!?
WHAT IS THAT!!!???
is a group of progressive activities that we have
to do before practice any kind of Sport or Physical Activity.
It is a brief period of low intensity exercises to prepare our
body (physically, psychically and physiologically) for a more
- Then… what happens when we finish the PE Lesson or the
games? Our body needs the inverse process, the
, what is a
brief period of slower or less vigorous exercises and stretches after an intense activity.
II; WHY IS THIS SO IMPORTANT? WHAT ARE THE MAIN GOALS?
when doing the Warm-Up:
- Prepare our body for a
more rigorous activity
- Prevent and avoid possible
Víctor M. Sánchez Vegas
Physical Education Department
IES Colmenarejo (Madrid)
, even when we think that we
are not going to need it (for example,
when we are going to play a basketball
game with our friends in the park...)
should do some of these exercises for
at least 10 minutes… Just in case!
two types of Warm-Up:
GENERAL and SPECIFIC
: It is the one that we do after the General Warm Up, and we usually practice different movements and exercises linked with the Sport that we are going to play later on.
: It is the one that we could use for almost all the sports, and it has 3 parts that we are going to explain in the next point (see STAGES)
During the PE lessons, what we usually
do in this part is running slowly for
5-8 minutes to increase the body temperature.
But it does not mean that in all the sports
this part is going to be the same; for
instance, if we were swimmers we should
swim to reach the same objective.
2.- JOINT MOBILITY EXERCISES
In this part, we move all the joints of our body (bending – extending, rotating…)
If you do not want to forget any joint, do it always following a logical pattern; you can start with your ankles finishing
with your wrists.
This is the last part of the General Warm-Up,
where we stretch all the muscles of our body
paying special attention to those that we are
going to use more.
- We have to keep the position between 10”-15”
- We have to feel muscle tension, but not pain
- Use the same trick that you have used for the
Joint Mobility, do it always following a logical
pattern! You can start with your calves finishing
with your triceps (remember that this is only