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Observation of a player/competitor/participant or self analysis in a practice/game/activity situation. Activity: Cricket

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ANALYSING PERFORMANCE TASK SHEET GCSE EXAMINATIONS Summer 2005 Specification Physical Education Candidate Name Alqaas Chaudhry Centre Name Rickmansworth School Centre Number 1 7 6 3 7 Candidate Number 9 3 3 8 Observation of a player/competitor/participant or self analysis in a practice/game/activity situation. Activity: Cricket Name of player/competitor/ participant: Waqas Position/role: Opening Batsman Identify the important skills/techniques needed for a participant in his/her position/role: The following important skills and techniques are needed for an opening batsman: * Hand eye co-ordination * Balance * Reaction time * Mental application * Good batting technique to counteract fast and swing bowling. All of these skills and techniques are measurable and the most important for an opening batsman is the last bullet point of the batsman having a good batting technique to counteract fast and swing bowling against the new ball. The second most important skill and technique is the mental side of the game with mental application. The batsman has to have a mental game either they will get out on any delivery. Mental application is measurable as you can to do various tests for it such as switching your attention and Use a batting routine that tells you that you are back 'on'. First, if you are going to switch back on, it is important to switch off by stretching, practicing a swing, anything as long as it is relaxed and easy; and appropriate to whether you are on strike or not. ...read more.

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This can be the length of each of your sessions overall or you can increase the amount of time you spend on one particular aspect of your training. This is one of the main principles that the performer will be concentrating on: > F- Frequency I- Intensity T- Time T-Training activity Progression The training you are doing, and particularly the amount of overload you are including, must be increased gradually but stage by stage at increasing levels. As this can make your body to adjust to the amount of it is being asked to do must then increase it so your body carries adjusting to the new workload. If you stay at the same levels the enhancement you are looking for will not continue, however you must be very careful not to do too much too soon. If you do, it may lead to injury or muscle damage which will the set your training programme back. A sporting example is a professional weightlifter lifting too much weight in one session. Reversibility Just as progression can lead to an improvement through your training, if you either stop or decrease the training you can go into reverse and lose all effects you have worked so hard to achieve. Sometimes you cannot avoid stopping if you have an injury, in this case you would be very unwise to continue. An example of the effects of stopping training can be seen with anyone who has had a broken bone. ...read more.

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It is 20m length and there are 21 levels and each level will last for 1 minute. The number of beats changes per minute as this measures stamina, cardiovascular endurance and muscular endurance. This will be the main part of training programme and can last up to 15mins or more. 12 min cooper run Illinois shuttle runs Running between wickets batting Standing stork test Week 1 Station Stn no. Time completed in (sec) and meters How many done in time. Rest between each Stn. Press ups 1 1 min Sit ups 2 1 min Weight machine 3 1 min Rowing machine 4 1 min Multi fitness test 7 1 min 12 min cooper run 6 1 min Illinois shuttle runs 5 1 min Running between wickets 10 1 min batting 9 1 min Standing stork test 8 1 min A/TY Warm up 1A 2 2A 3 3A 4 4A 5 5A WK1 WK2 WK4 WK5 WK6 Station Stn no. Time completed in (sec) and meters How many done in time. Rest between each Stn. Press ups 1 ------------ 43 1 min Sit ups 2 ------------- 30 1 min Weight machine 3 ------------- 53 1 min Rowing machine 4 243m ------------- 1 min Multi fitness test 7 ------------- 15 1 min 12 min cooper run 6 ------------- 18 1 min Illinois shuttle runs 5 18 sec --------- 1 min Running between wickets 10 ------------- 32 1 min batting 9 ------------- 21 1 min Standing stork test 8 ------------- 24 1 min Week 2 Teacher's Mark ?? ?? ?? ?? GCW503 Devised April 2003 APT1970/1971/1071 Rickmansworth School S. Jump ...read more.

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