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As part of the GCSE P.E course I have to make a personal exercise plan to get me playing cricket at my full potential. I have decided to focus on two main aspects of fitness.

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GCSE PE/Games Health-related Exercise/ Training Programme (Games candidates must do a game activity). ________________________________________________________________________________________________ For Teacher use only Planning (Max 20) Performing (Max 20) Monitoring (Max 10) Evaluating (Max 20) BY AADIL SADIQ Planning Purpose/aim of the programme. Personal fitness profile. Explain how fit you think you are, and if you have any injuries or health problems. Outline how much physical activity you get in a typical week. State what targets you expect to achieve by the end of the 5 sessions in terms of aspects of fitness/skills you want to improve. 5 marks Awareness of safety aspects. Outline any potential risks with any apparatus/equipment. What factors will you need to consider when planning the order/types of exercises? Explain how and why you will prepare your body for exercise /and help it to recover afterwards. 5 marks Kjhliuypiuygli75ouyjhvuy Appropriateness of chosen exercises. Explain why you have chosen at least two of the exercises/activities and how they will help you achieve your targets. 5 marks Appropriate application. Explain how your training will progress each time and how you will be working harder. 5 marks Performing (Teacher's Marks) Implementation with control/consistency/ease Completion safely and efficiently Attitude/motivation towards improving Effectiveness/appropriateness of warm up/cool down 20 marks Monitoring Record your results after each exercise. ...read more.

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Refer to your pre-test score(s) for any fitness test(s). /2 Was the programme at the right level for you? I believe the programme was at the right level for me as I worked with great intensity in all of the training sessions as I was out of breath once I had finished each session. The training sessions were just enough to overload my body system. /2 Were the exercises in the correct order? Explain why / why not. The exercises where in the right order, because if I would do something that involves running and then running again I would find it difficult. But instead I done the cone to line first then done some sit ups. /2 Explain how you applied the principles of progression/overload. I applied the principles of progression and overload by using FITT principle. I increased the intensity of my training. /2 Were the exercises/ activities the correct ones to choose? Explain why/why not. The exercises were correct as far as I was concerned. The exercises I chose were specially chosen to help me with cricket. I could have done some continuous training also. /2 Performing Make comments to explain the statements/questions in the first column (max 6 marks) ...read more.

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I applied to the principles of the FITT. I did not suffer any injuries whilst participating in the programme, but I did suffer a injury as I fell down the stairs. /2 Final evaluation Make comments to explain the statements/questions in the first column (max 6 marks) Refer to your post test scores /2 Was the programme easy to manage (set up, do, record progress etc)? I found it quite hard to manage and record, because I didn't heart rate monitor. /2 Explain what progress or improvements you have made as a result of completing the programme. The improvements which I can notice are that I feel like I have a lot more energy than before. I can throw the ball from further and much accurately. /2 Did you enjoy it and work to your limit? How do you know? I found the programme hard, but on the bright side it was very interesting and a enjoyable challenge. I know when I have worked to my limit because I start to sweat a lot and run out of breath. /2 If you were going to continue with the programme what changes would you make? I am going to continue the training programme and will change the circuit training to some continuous training. I will want to use this to increase my stamina. /2 ?? ?? ?? ?? 1 ...read more.

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