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Personal Exercise Plan.

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Personal Exercise Plan Week 1 Type of Training Netball - Skill related Date Monday 6th October 2003 Session Outline (including intensities & recovery) * Skill related Practices * Match Evaluation of Session In netball I did a warm up, which was stretching, using the same stretches as pg? I then ran up the netball court and sprinted, skipping and walking at a fast pace. I did this to raise my heart rate before I play. I then did skill related activities, which include jumping for the ball, stopping on the lines without going of-side. We then went into a match where I played wing defence. The game was quiet intense to I had to work hard to defend the goals. Considerations for next session Do a longer warm up because although I did one I felt that raising the heart rate before stretching was not very long, also I will spend more time stretching because when I went into the match I didn't felt that I has stretched properly and felt a bit stiff. ...read more.

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Personal Exercise Plan Week 3 Type of Training Netball - Skill related Date Monday 20th October 2003 Session Outline (including intensities & recovery) * Skill Related - Strong passes both receiving them and passing them * Match Evaluation of Session I felt that creating space didn't work as well as I hoped, as I would create space for myself but then someone else would run into it, so in some ways it did work because I was creating space for other people but unfortunately was unable to obtain it for myself. Considerations for next session I think next week I should work on basic things such as footwork, and when I am taking the ball from the sideline I should make sure my foot is on the line, because sometimes I make silly mistakes and that could be critical to the game. Personal Exercise Plan Week 4 Type of Training Netball - Skill related Date Monday 27th October 2003 Session Outline (including intensities & recovery) ...read more.

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* Match Evaluation of Session I felt that I tired getting my distance, but for some reason I always think to put my hands up before getting my distance. I am going to keep working on getting my distance for next session because it is vital that I don't keep getting pulled up for it. I know that aggression is sometimes a good thing and shows that you are keen for the ball, but in a match again a silly mistake like this could lose you the game. Considerations for next session Concentrate on marking and getting my distance before putting my hands up to mark the ball. Personal Exercise Plan Week 6 Type of Training Netball - Skill related Date Monday 17th November 2003 Unfortunately I was unable to attend this session due to illness but when I played a match when I was feeling better I could not maintain a high level of performance throughout the match. And felt tired and puffed out towards the end of the match. This shows that reversibility has taken place. ...read more.

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