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Mr Fitzpatrick has taught me rugby in the past and he likes to keep his players fit.

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7th November Aaron Scott Background detail Mr Fitzpatrick has taught me rugby in the past and he likes to keep his players fit. This is so he can get the best possible potential out of the players he teaches, as in the past some teams have not been as fit as they should have been by relaxing over the holidays and not doing much fitness as asked. In the holidays he says we must keep fit and usually prints off fitness sheets to give to us. But I am going to aid him in this matter by making a fitness plan on the computer which he can project onto a screen which players can sit and watch what they are suppose to be aiming at over the holidays. I think this will aid him in his quest to have physically fit players on his squad. Statement of problem I intend to create a computer based project to help sports teachers introduce a fitness plan so that rugby players will be able too see what they need to be aiming for over the holidays and also to introduce the game of rugby to new players to the game presentation projected out. By using a computer based project this will be a lot quicker then having a discussion therefore saving time. Players must also take attention to this as it will stick in their mind for quite a long time as it is presented in the way they like instead of having handouts so they will not be interested in reading them. ...read more.

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Validation explained I think the data is valid because it is an official website and is updated regularly. The nutrition plans on it are also used by professional players as it states on the website. Some of the best rugby players in the world also use the nutrition plans, such as Keith wood and others. Also the information I collect from Mr Fitzpatrick is valid because he is my user and knows what he wants in the PowerPoint presentation. Also to stop my user from getting on slides that he doesn't want to be on I have switched off slide transition. Data manipulation explained During the presentation I intend to show rugby players how they can improve their fitness and diet on a screen. I intend to flick between slides with the click of a mouse but if I were going to let my end user perform the slide show I would have hyperlink slides. So it is easier to navigate around the slides. This would also make the slide show easier to work out for the presenter of the show. Alternative forms of output considered I have discussed that I could also put the presentation to a file or a disk to give to the rugby players and they watch it by themselves on their home computer. Also I could have printed it out into handout form and handed one each to all of the players. ...read more.

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have switched off slide transition, this stops the user from clicking on the background and it taking him to a slide where he doesn't want to be. Annotated hardcopy of implementation On paper attached Annotated hardcopy of test plan On paper attached Have all errors been corrected After carrying out my test plan fully and effectively I have found that I have no errors that need to be corrected but if any do occur later on I will write then on at the end. Original objectives fully evaluated 1. He asked for movies such as fitness techniques such as star jumps and press-ups, which I added several of. 2. Every 8-10 slides will have pictures on but I put a picture on every slide. 3. He also asked me to research and suggest fitness plans and healthy eating plans so I added 3 healthy eating plans. 4. I also added colourful designs, which my user added I did this by using a blue and white background on every slide. 5. I also used a picture of the Hymers first team playing rugby on the opening page. Written evidence of user acceptance On paper attached Comments critical and relevant Further enhancements for the future I could add more slides to the presentation and maybe change the colour of some slides as the same colour on every slide may look a bit boring. I could also use some different pictures as some of them are a bit blared on some of the slides. ...read more.

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