P.E Revision

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GCSE P.E Mind Map on P.E Revision, created by nicolej on 11/26/2013.

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P.E Revision
1 Body Shapes
1.1 Endomorph
1.1.1 Wide, short legs, lots of fat
1.1.2 Succeed in sports like sumo wrestling
1.2 Mesomorph
1.2.1 Succeed in strength, agility and speed sports like Swimming
1.2.2 Muscular , little fat, broad shoulders and narrow hips.
1.3 Ectomorph
1.3.1 Skinny, Narrow and little muscle or fat
1.3.2 Succeed at endurance events
2 Disability
2.1 Types of disability
2.1.1 Mental
2.1.2 Physical
2.1.3 Temporary
2.1.4 Permenant
2.2 Sporting adaptions
2.2.1 Wheelchairs
2.2.2 Bells in footballs
2.2.3 Adapted rules
2.2.4 Guides
2.3 Facilities
2.3.1 Wide doors
2.3.2 Specialist Parking
2.3.3 Provision - Lifts, ramps, disabled toilets e.t.c
2.4 Inclusion - everyone gets to get involve if they want to with no barriers related to predidice or discrimination
3 Gender
3.1 Differences between men and women
3.1.1 Body shape
3.1.2 Size
3.1.3 Physique
3.1.4 Oxygen Capacity
3.2 Women compared to men
3.2.1 Samller
3.2.2 Smaller lungs and heart
3.2.3 Higher fat %
3.2.4 Less max strength
3.2.5 Mature faster
3.2.6 Hormonal inbalance
3.2.7 More flexable
4 Effects of Age
4.1 Old
4.1.1 Less time to train
4.1.2 Reduced flexability
4.1.3 Arteries lose elasticity
4.1.4 Increased blood pressure
4.1.5 Reduced oxygen capacity
4.1.6 Less efficient heart
4.1.7 Experienced
4.1.8 Past peak
4.2 Young
4.2.1 High fitness level
4.2.2 Strength at peak when fully grown
4.2.3 High stamina
4.2.4 Injuries heal quicker
4.2.5 Less experience
4.2.6 Desire to suceed
4.2.7 More time to train
5 The heart
5.1 Pulmonary vein takes oxygenated blood to the heart
5.2 Arteries take blood away from the heart (oxygenated)
5.3 Veins take blood to the heart (deoxygenated)
5.4 Pumps blood around the body
6 Respiration
6.1 Aerobic Respiration
6.1.1 Respiration that occurs with oxygen
6.1.2 Glucose + oxygen = energy + carbon dioxide + water
6.1.3 Aerobic respiration is when an activity is carried out for long periods of time
6.1.3.1 e.g- Cross country
6.2 Anaerobic Respiration
6.2.1 Respiration that occurs without oxygen
6.2.2 Glucose + Energy = Lactic acid
6.2.3 Anaerobic respiration occurs when the body works without sufficient oxygen to working muscels
7 Recreation
7.1 Just realaxing and enjoying yourself
7.2 Doing something that is active and helthy but is not competitive
7.3 Intrinsic reward
7.3.1 Something that gives the individual satisfaction for doing well
7.4 Extrinsic rewards
7.4.1 Something thats done for a reason and is given a physical reward
7.4.1.1 e.g - Trophy
7.4.1.2 e.g- money