1.3 Educating students of how
to have a healthy lifestyle
1.4 Incentive programs
1.5 Providing sports
2 Barriers to physical activities
People with higher incomes can participate in a wider variety of activities and more often.
Gym memberships and sporting club memberships are usualy expensive.
Greater proportions of males participate in sport and physical activity than females. Females generally have less opportunity and less access to sporting activities.
2.3 Race or culture
People born in Australia are more active than those who were not. Race is often used as a form of discrimination, thus reducing participation.
Well educated white collar workers are the most physically active Australians.
2.5 Geographic Location
Where you live can limit access to facilities and specific sports.
For example if you live in a remote area, there is a lesser chance that you will be able to participate in group sports or make use of leisure centres.
3.1.1 Reduce risk of heart attack
3.1.2 Manage your weight
3.1.3 Lowers blood pressure
3.2.1 Reduce Stress
3.2.2 Release endorphins
Makes you happy
3.2.3 Improve self confidence
3.3.1 Meet new people
3.3.2 Increase your confidence
4 Motivation and Goals
4.1 Goal Setting
Specific – Clear goals to focus on
Measurable – Need to be assessed against previous performances
Accepted – Acceptance by the all parties involved
Realistic – Goals need to be within the athlete’s capacity
Time Phased – Specific date for completion needs to be set
Exciting – Challenged, inspired and rewarding goals
Recorded – Goals should be written down and kept
4.1.2 How does it improve
18.104.22.168 Organising an
22.214.171.124 Promoting new learning
126.96.36.199 Refining movements
and set plays
188.8.131.52 Encourages athlete
MOTIVATION - is an athlete's reasons for participating. It is the driving force that makes you decide what to do and how much effort to put in.
4.2.2 Types of Motivation
INTRINSIC MOTIVATORS come from the activity itself.
184.108.40.206.2 Stress Release
220.127.116.11.4 Fitness and Health
EXTRINSIC MOTIVATORS come from outside the activity.
18.104.22.168.3 Fame and Recognotion
5 Stages of the lifespan
5.1 Infancy (0-2)
5.2 Early Childhood (3-6)
5.3 Late Childhood (7-12)
5.4 Youth or Adolesence (13-18)
5.5 Young Adulthood (19-39)
5.6 Middle Adulthood (40-64)
5.7 Late Adulthood (65+)
the study of the development, structure, and functioning of human society.
7 Women in
8 Who are providers of facilities
8.1 Private enerprises
May be run by businesses
8.2 Local Authorities
Park, Pools, etc.
8.3 Voluntary Organisations
To a need, not to make a profit.
8.4 Sports council
'Centres of Excellence'- Professional use.
8.5 What they keep in mind while choosing a location
8.5.2 Natural Environment
8.5.5 Planning permission
9.1 Types of disabilities
9.2 Modifying sport for the disabled
9.2.1 Also known as adaptive sports.
9.2.2 Some modifications include
- Changing the size of the playing field.
- Modifying the equipment.