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Transcript of DJCSSECTIONB
S P O R T
PRINCIPLES OF TRAINING
CALCULATING WORKLOAD INTENSITIES
PHYSIOLOGICAL & PSYCHOLOGICAL VALUE OF A WARM UP AND COOL DOWN
You have been asked to work with a group of AS level physical education students
to improve their fitness and skill levels..
May '12 Describe the different types of stretching that can be used and how to complete
REASONS FOR TESTING
MAXIMAL V SUBMAXIMAL
ACTIVE, PASSIVE, STATIC, BALLISTIC STRETCHING
Better O2 delivery to muscle tissues
better chemical reactions that rediuce fatigue and improve energy production
improved muscle blood flow and relaxation
increased sensitivity of nerve recptors and speed of nerve conductions
rehearsal of movement
improved psychological preparation
reduces incidence and likelihood of musculoskeletal injuries
supplies adequate blood flow to heart therby increasing it's efficiency
Jan '12 Describe how you would apply the ‘FITT principles’ and ‘specificity’ to improve
May '11 Explain how you could calculate individual workload intensities for a continuous
Jan '11 Identify the main reasons for conducting fitness tests and discuss the possible
limitations of fitness testing.
May ' 10 Explain why a warm-up is needed to start the session.