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Warm-up and Cool-down - GCSE (Yr10)

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Aaron Hudson

on 26 March 2013

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Transcript of Warm-up and Cool-down - GCSE (Yr10)

Odd one out. Cardiovascular Warm-up In your books design an appropriate warm-up for a sport of your choice. Cool-Down Returns the body to its normal resting heart rate and temperature. Warm-up Continued The Warm-Up Wake up! Task 1: Interval
Cross Fill in the missing word. 1. MHR = ..................
2. BPM = ...................
3. R______y Rate.
4. R_____g Heart Rate.
5. T____t HR. The warm-up is essential to: Prevent Injury
Improve Performance
Practice Skills before the event
Mentally prepare for the event LO: To understand and explain the warm-up and cool down, outlining its importance in a training session. Warm-up The warm-up gradually raises the body temperature and heart rate, providing a smooth transition from rest to the main activity. The Structure of a Warm-up Cardiovascular Warm-up (Pulse Raiser)
Stretching (Static or Dynamic)
Specific Skills Practice The warm up should begin with a cardiovascular activity (jogging, static cycle, skipping), gradually raising the heart rate.
This part of the warm-up should last between 5-15 minutes. Stretching Static: Stretching held for 10-15 seconds. Stretches should be relevant to the activity; i.e. football - hamstrings and quadriceps. Dynamic (Ballistic):Bouncing stretches. Not always recommended. Mostly used just before an event, after static stretches. Specific Skills Practice. Practicing skills specific to the event.
e.g. A goalkeeper catching crosses , kicking and throwing. Layout: Cardiovascular Warm-up:
Intensity (Think I in FITT)
Static/Dynamic or both
Muscles Stretched
If dynamic, explain relevance
Specific Skills Practice:
Activity (Why?)
When will it finish? Most important after an anaerobic workout. Anaerobic: Without Oxygen Aerobic: With Oxygen The recommended Cool-down Structure:
5-10 minutes to return the heart rate to normal
10-15 minutes stretching
Static stretching held for 30-35 seconds
Relaxation of 10-15 minutes Tell me what you've learned. To leave the lesson you must write down 3 things you've learned from today's lesson on a post-it.
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