Influence on your healthy, active lifestyle

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GCSE PE (1.1.2) Mind Map on Influence on your healthy, active lifestyle, created by mhancoc3 on 03/21/2014.

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Influence on your healthy, active lifestyle
1 Influences on taking part
1.1 1) People
1.1.1 Influenced by others
1.1.2 Family - Children take part in the same as their parents and follow similar sports or teams
1.1.3 Peers - People the same age may encourage others to take part in 'cool' sports
1.1.4 Role Models - Successful sportsmen as you want to be just like them and succeed the way that they have
1.2 2) Image
1.2.1 Fashion - equipment has fashionable brands, and some sports are more fashionable than others
1.2.2 Media - Media coverage is able to influence what sports are in fashion. Tennis is popular around Wimbledon
1.3 3) Cultural Factors
1.3.1 Disability - Resources and opportunities for the disabled are limited.
1.3.2 Age - affects performance. Some sports have age restrictions such as the fact that you have to be 18 to run the London Marathon
1.3.3 Gender - Some activities are more or less exclusively male or female. Boys may struggle to find a netball team but girls rugby may not be taken seriously.
1.4 4) Resources
1.4.1 Availability - resources and facilities must be available
1.4.2 Location - what is locally available
1.4.3 Access - facilities must be accessible (eg. public transport)
1.4.4 Time - facilities and lessons should be open at the right time
1.5 5) Health and Wellbeing
1.5.1 Illness - ill individuals can not take part
1.5.2 Health Problems - people with asthma may not take part in running or the like.
1.6 6) Socio-economics
1.6.1 Cost - equipment, travel, training costs, etc.
1.6.2 Status - if employed, you would have less time
2 Opportunities for Getting involved in sport
2.1 Possible roles
2.1.1 Teaching
2.1.2 officiating
2.1.3 Volunteering
2.2 Initiatives to keep people involved
2.2.1 Government initiatives - 2 hours PE a week in school by law.
2.2.2 PE school sport and club links (PESSCL) - 5 - 16 year olds get more opportunities through their school
2.2.3 School Sport Partnerships - schools help each other by running competitions
2.2.4 Sport England - Start, Stay and Succeed
2.2.4.1 Start - getting more people involved to create a healthy nation
2.2.4.2 Stay - retain people through an effective network of opportunities
2.2.4.3 Succeed - create opportunities to let talented athletes achieve
2.2.5 The Youth Sport Trust TOP Link - encourage people of all abilities to get involved. Aim at 14-16 year olds to organise things for primary school.
2.2.6 Active Kids Programme - supermarket vouchers is used by schools to buy equipment
3 The sport Participation pyramid
3.1 Foundation - base. Most participants are learning a sport. Eg. Primary PE lessons, Sport centre lessons, etc. This is where most people begin to have good habits.
3.1.1 Participation - young people participate regularly for enjoyment. Eg. after school clubs, joining an out of school club
3.1.1.1 Performance - young people begin to concentrate on specific skills to improve. Eg. Coached at a club, etc.
3.1.1.1.1 Elite/Excellence - Sporting Excellence, Eg. Regional, national or international squad

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