Unit 1: Fitness for Sport & Exercise. Let’s Get Started!  Planners out  Equipment out (Pens, Pencils, Ruler etc.)  Bags under desks  Ready to Learn!

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  • Unit 1: Fitness for Sport & Exercise
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  • Lets Get Started! Planners out Equipment out (Pens, Pencils, Ruler etc.) Bags under desks Ready to Learn!
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  • Unit 1: Unit 1: Fitness for Sport and Exercise (Exam) Learning Aims Know about the components of fitness and the principles of training Explore different fitness training methods Investigate fitness testing to determine fitness levels.
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  • Success Criteria Know about the physical components of fitness (Pass) Apply the components of physical fitness to relevant sporting examples. (Merit)
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  • Competition Lesson This lesson will be a series of team competitions to re-cap everything we have covered about components of fitness. Your team needs a name!
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  • Round 1: Mind Map In your groups create a mind map with as many components of fitness you can remember! There are 11 in total. Whole group must raise hands when done.
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  • Round 2: Skill/Physical In a different colour pen put the components of fitness into either a physical or skill-related category. There are 11 in total. Whole group must raise hands when done.
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  • Round 3: Video Watch the following videos and as a group decide the 3 most important components of fitness for that performer. Weight Lifter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=366FtzOMRtE Gymnast https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Le6fNx5IWRI Sprinter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nbjhpcZ9_g
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  • Round 1 & 2 Answers Physical Components Aerobic Endurance Muscular Endurance Muscular Strength Speed Flexibility Body Composition Skill-Related Components Agility Balance Reaction Time Coordination Power Round 1: /11 Round 2: /11
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  • Round 3: Answers Weight Lifter Muscular Strength Power Body Composition (Endomorph/Mesomorph) Gymnast Balance Flexibility Muscular Strength Sprinter Reaction Time Speed Power Round 3: /9
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  • Quiz, Quiz, Trade Everyone in the room has a different card. You must go around the room trying to guess what your partner has on their card from the clues that they give you. Keep count of how many cards you complete correctly.
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  • Round 4: Quiz 1. Which component delivers blood to working muscles? 2. Which component is measured in metres per second (m/s)? 3. Is Muscular Endurance a physical or skill-related component? 4. Does an Ectomorph have a high or low percentage of body fat? 5. Which component defines the ability to be able to respond to a stimulus? 6. Strength x Speed = ? 7. Is Balance a physical or skill-related component? 8. Someone that is 20 years old wants to improve their anaerobic endurance, what thresholds should they work between? 9. Formula for BMI 10. What is the percentage of intensity thresholds to improve aerobic endurance?
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  • Round 4 Answers 1. Aerobic Endurance 2. Speed 3. Physical Component 4. Low Body Fat 5. Reaction Time 6. Strength x Speed = Power 7. Skill-Related Component 8. 170bpm 190bpm 9. BMI = Weight (kg) / Height (m) 2 10. 60-85% MHR
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  • Aerobic training What are the four methods of training to improve aerobic endurance? what intensities do you need to work at? Muscular endurance, strength and power training What are the three methods? What intensities for Maximum strength? Muscular endurance Elastic strength (power)
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  • Answers Continuous, interval, fartlek, circuit. (4) 60-85% MHR, Work to rest ratio of 3:1 Free weights, circuit, plyometric 90%- 1-6 reps 50-60% - 20 reps 75% - 12 reps
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  • Warm up cool down Three stages of a warm up? Three stages of a cool down?
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  • Answers Pulse raising, stretching (dynamic) joint mobilization. Pulse lowering, static stretching developmental stretching.
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  • Speed Name the three types of speed training Name the three types of speed What intensities should we work at?
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  • Speed training Hollow sprints Acceleration sprints Interval training Speed types Accelerative Pure Endurance 95-100% MHR
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  • Conducting fitness tests Can you name 5 things that we need to consider before performing a fitness test?
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  • Answers Checking of equipment safety Calibration Informed consent giving consent Informed consent medical information Choosing the fitness test is it valid? Choosing the fitness test practicality Carrying out the fitness test protocol Carrying out the fitness test normative data Reliability
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  • Competition Lesson Mind Map Skill or Physical Video Round Quiz Round TestTOTAL