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GCSE PE Coursework, 5 Weeks Summary New

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GCSE PE Coursework, 5 Weeks Summary New Over the last week I have been training exceptionally hard to get myself fitter and improve my weaknesses for the up and coming season. This will not just take one week but at least six, over the summer holidays. I plan to be resilient and keep up my work as I am determined to start the new season a better player. What I plan to do and achieve in the remaining five weeks In week the remaining five weeks I plan to push myself more and more to gain more positives from this training programme. At the minute I can see myself getting better but I would like to achieve more. I might sound a bit ambitious but I feel if I put the time and effort into this I can get much better than I am now. I would like to introduce some new drills and keep some old ones to push myself to becoming better: Sunday - Match Monday - Rest and Club training Tuesday - Fitness tests For fitness tests I am planning on keeping the same ones we already do and adding one more. ...read more.

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What you then do is count twelve minutes on the stopwatch and run round this 20 m x 20 m grid as many times as you can, counting how many times you do it. Wednesday - Passing As of such, I haven't used any real drills, I have just been practicing my passing by playing with a friend and using different types of passing to get the ball to him. I am going to set up a drill which will hopefully learn me about the different types of passing and which is best in which scenario. * Passing Drill Equipment Needed: Tape measure, cones, football. What you need to do: What you need to do is measure out different distances and put the cones at the ends of the distance. Then you need to pass the football to another person along that distance using the different types of passing to see which pass is suitable for the distance. Thursday - Shooting Like Wednesday's session I have not been using a specific training drill to improve this weakness, all I have been doing is taking shots at one of the goalkeepers at my club. ...read more.

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What you do it run towards the box with a ball whilst a defender charges you down. You then take a strike, trying now to hit the defender but to get the ball on target and even better, score. Friday - Weights There is no real drill I can think of within weights but what I can do is increase the weight by 5kg every week and do 2 more reps and 1 more set. Saturday - Fitness Along with Friday's weights session, I can't think of a drill to use whilst doing fartlek training apart from organizing a routine for what to do: 10 minutes - Jogging 1 minute - Sprinting 4 minutes - Walking 10 minutes - Jogging 1 minute - Sprinting 4 minutes - Walking 10 minutes - Jogging 1 minute - Sprinting 4 minutes - Walking 10 minutes - Jogging 1 minute - Sprinting 4 minutes - Walking What I aim to do it add 15 minutes every week going from the same style (10 minutes - Jogging, 1 minute - Sprinting, 4 minutes walking), going through different types of surfaces (uphill, through water, along the beach etc.) and hopefully this will build up my fitness levels. ...read more.

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