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ey GCSE PE/Games Health-related Exercise/ Training Programme Candidate name: Alex Ormerod Candidate no: Centre number: Sport/Activity: Hockey Training method: Circuit (skills) ___________________________________ For Teacher use only Teacher: Group: Planning (Max 20) Performing (Max 20) Monitoring (Max 10) Evaluating (Max 20) Blank page for your use 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 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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Although I won't be changing the types of exercise. I will keep them the same. Were the exercises/ activities the correct ones to choose? Explain why/why not. I think that the exercises that I picked were the correct ones to do because when I was doing them I thought that that they were helping to improve certain aspects of hockey. However I think that reaction time wasn't really relevant to hockey, because when paying hockey, you don't touch coloured cones on the floor. Performing Make comments to explain the statements/questions in the first column (max 6 marks) Explain how you applied the principles of progression/overload. I used the principals of overload and progression in the exercise for agility by making the cones closer together, and at tighter angles. This meant that I had to shift my weight, go round the cone, and accelerate faster out of the turn. Doing this helped me to become more agile. Were the exercises/ activities the correct ones to choose? Explain why/why not. I think that the exercises that I picked were the correct ones to do because when I was doing them I thought that that they were helping to improve certain aspects of hockey. For example, my agility and coordination improved, this could mean my stick control has improved, meaning these were the right exercises to choose. Was the programme easy to manage (set up, do, record progress etc)? ...read more.

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Refer to your post test scores My post-test scores varied. Some were better than my pre-test scores, and some were worse. This was probably because the exercises that I didn't improve in need lots of specific training to improve those areas. For example if I wanted to improve my power I would have to do lots of explosive weight training. Was the programme easy to manage (set up, do, record progress etc)? I made this programme easy for myself by using simple measurements such as paces, and footsteps to measure the distances between cones. This helped me set up quickly and easily. Explain what progress or improvements you have made as a result of completing the programme. When doing this training programme my agility and coordination improved. However I have learned that if I were to devise a training program again I need to make the exercises more intense, and do them more often. Did you enjoy it and work to your limit? How do you know? I enjoyed the training programme, and feel that I worked to my limit. I know this because my results show that I improved, and where I didn't improve, I wasn't far from improving. If you were going to continue with the programme what changes would you make? If I continued with my programme, would make all the exercises more intense, and do them more often to improve my fitness more. I would also scrap the test for reaction time as it is irrelevant to hockey. ...read more.

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