Year 10 revision PE

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What is a Skill A learned ability practised to the point where it can be performed with minimal effort
What is ability The level of competence someone shows without having learnt it. It is often inherited
List the 6 fundamental motor skills Running Jumping Throwing Catching Hitting Kicking
What does ALPS stand for Ability + learning + practice = skill
List two examples of an ability Height, speed, flexibility, balance
What are the components of fitness (SSSSME) Strength Stamina Speed Suppleness Muscular Endurance
Define Speed The ability to cover a given distance in the fastest time
Define Suppleness The range of movement around a joint
Define Strength The ability of the muscles to apply force and overcome resistance
Define Stamina The ability of the body to work for long periods of time without tiring
Define Muscular Endurance The ability of the muscle or muscle group to continue contracting without rest
List reasons why we warm up Raise heart rate, prevent injury, mental preparation, get supple, to activate muscle memory, get get the body ready for maximum exertion
What are the three phases of a warm up? Pulse raiser Dynamic stretching Sport specific exercise
Name some characteristics of a skill Aesthetically pleasing, good technique, control, efficiency, consistency, concentrated, minimal effort, coordinated, predetermined, learned, speed
Define a performance goal Usually connected with improvements in technique or skill
Define a target/outcome goal Specific targets in overall performance e.g. improving a personal best
What is a SMARTER goal Specific Measurable Accepted Realistic Time phased Enjoyable Recordable
Name 7 health screening tests to assess readiness for sport BMI, hyrdration, blood glucose, blood cholesterol, flexibility, blood pressure, systolic and diastolic heart rate
What makes up a healthy balanced lifestyle? Regular exercise, minimal alcohol intake, not smoking, balanced diet, minimising stress, healthy body weight
What are the six components of healthy eating? Carbohydrates, proteins, minerals, vitamins, fats, fibre
What are the six main methods of training? Circuit Fartlek Interval Weight Continuous Flexibility
Define fartlek training Involves the athlete working anaerobically and aerobically by varying the pace and terrain during the training. Can improve VO2 max and recovery process
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