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Explain how fit you think you are, and if you have any injuries or health problems

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AQA GCSE PE/Games Health-related Exercise/ Training Programme Candidate name: Candidate no: Centre number: Sport/Activity: football (Games candidates must do a game activity). Training method: circuit training __________________________________________ For Teacher use only Teacher: Mr Longhurst Group: gcse pe year 10 Planning (Max 20) Performing (Max 20) Monitoring (Max 10) Evaluating (Max 20) Blank page for your use Warming * 4 LAPS OF COURT WIDTH WAYS * STRETCH E.G SUMO'S * ANOTHER SMALL RUN * STRETCH OFF MUSLES (DYMANTIC STRETCHES) WARM DOWN * A GENTLE JOG AROUND COURT * STRETCH THE MUSLES STATION 1 SHOOTING 3 MINUTES STATION 2 PRESS UPS 1 MINUTES STATION 3 PASSING THROUGH A CONE 3 MINUTES STATION 4 SHUTTLE RUN 4 TIMES STATION 5 HEADERS TO TARGET 3 MINUTES STATION 6 4 LAPS OF COURT (WIDTH) STATION 7 PASSING WITH MOVEMENT 3 MINUTES STATION 8 LADDERS 3 MINUTES 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. (why you have chosen your components and hw they will help you in your game) 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? ...read more.


5 The last week I pushed myself and tried and I achieved good scores. Session Recording: heart rate 2 marks Recording: recovery rate 2 marks 1 At rest: 70 (bpm) After warm up: 130 (bpm) 3 minutes 2 At rest:74 (bpm) After warm up:111 (bpm) 3 minutes 3 At rest:71 (bpm) After warm up:10 (bpm) 2.55 minutes 4 At rest:70 (bpm) After warm up:111 (bpm) 2.50 minutes 5 At rest:69 (bpm) After warm up:112 (bpm) 2.51 minutes Concluding Statement/summary of results 2 marks The results show that I am improving my scores most weeks for example shooting. The first session i score only 60 goals but by session 5 i scored 85, this shows a big improvement. My results show that i have improved in every activity and shows that the tests were successful . Evaluation Planning Make comments to explain the statements/questions in the first column (max 6 marks) Refer to your pre-test score(s) for any fitness test(s). We did many test at Ludlow, most shown my fitness was average such as bleep test. The results that shown my level as average are aerobic endurance which i reached level 10.2 in the bleep test, i also achieved average in muscular endurance by doing 23 sit ups in 30 secs. /2 Was the programme at the right level for you? Yes I think the programme was the right level for me because I will push myself every session but I won't over do it and cause injury or pain. ...read more.


/2 Were the results you achieved what you expected? Explain why this was/was not the case Yes I achieved my aims and it will help me greatly in football, as iv improve my passing and shooting it will help me create more chances or set up another player in football. i think that my improvement was more than i expected because it has helped my passing and shooting Immensely. /2 Final evaluation Make comments to explain the statements/questions in the first column (max 6 marks) Refer to your post test scores Referring to the scores it shows that the sessions were successful and worthwhile. They have improved our skills but also our specific fitness. /2 Was the programme easy to manage (set up, do, record progress etc)? The way we set the programme out helped and made it easy to set up and record our progress because we made it simple and a easy layout /2 Explain what progress or improvements you have made as a result of completing the programme. The improvements that I feel I have achieved are my shooting and passing but also my specific fitness to football. /2 Did you enjoy it and work to your limit? How do you know? I enjoyed doing the programme and as I enjoyed it I pushed myself the limit, which has made me achieve my target. /2 If you were going to continue with the programme what changes would you make? I would add more progression such as changing the times each week. ?? ?? ?? ?? 1 ...read more.

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