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P.E. assignment

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GCSE P.E. Assignment GCSE - Assignment Aim: My aim for this coursework is to plan, perform, monitor and evaluate a health-related exercise/training programme for a sport of my choice which is football. Background information: I have chosen football because it's a way to make new friends and to meet new people. Football develops teamwork and co-operation and this helps you in your working life. If you are a good football player you may able to make a career and win lots of money. Football is a sport that burns up your stored body fat and with that your shape improves. It makes you look good and feel good. Football is a sport that is stimulating and enjoyable, it peps you up and it helps you to get rid of aggression. Sometimes I play football in school, once per week, during lunch time I play cricket on the weekends for 2hrs and on some Saturday's myself and my cousins go to gym to do cardio exercises for 3hrs without break. My favourite team is F.C.Porto from Portugal, because it's a team I always supported since little kid, I like it because they win lots of matches, they have good player and they won almost all the championship in Portugal, the reason I like a team from Portugal is because I was born in Portugal. Rules of football : 1. A goal is scored whenever the ball is forced through the goal and under the bar, except it be thrown by hand. 2. Hands may be used only to stop a ball and place it on the ground before the feet. 3. Kicks must be aimed only at the ball. 4. A player may not kick the ball whilst in the air. 5. No tripping up or heel kicking allowed. 6. Whenever a ball is kicked beyond the side flags, it must be returned by the player who kicked it, from the spot it passed the flag line, in a straight line towards the middle of the ground. ...read more.

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It helps you not get injured during the exercise. 2) Cool down completed after finishing the circuit training. 2) It stops the build-up of lactic acid in the muscles, and that's good for you. 3) Wear safe footwear. 3) It makes your probabilities of getting injured low. 4) Do your laces. 4) If you don't do your laces, you can step on them and drop and break a leg or an arm. 5) Remove jewellery. 5) If you don't remove your earrings, rings, watches,.... It can hurt you while you are doing your exercises. Knowledge of Theory Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Therefore Physical, mental and social is the three different types of well-beings of health. Physical health: Physical fitness is good bodily health, and is the result of regular exercise, proper diet and nutrition, and proper rest for physical recovery. A good height, weight is very good, is generally increased by improving nutrition and health care, and is also influenced by the standard of living and quality of life. Mental health: Mental health is a concept that refers to a human individual's emotional and psychological well-being. One way to think about mental health is by looking at how effectively and successfully a person functions. Capable and competent, being able to handle normal levels of stress, maintain satisfying relationships, and lead an independent life. Social health: Social health is if your social life is good, if you don't have problems with your sport partners, and no problems of money, basically social health is if you have a good life, and you don't have many problems with friends and family. Have friends that you can be open with, etc... Fitness can be defined as the capacity to carry out the day's activities without undue fatigue. Physical fitness has two meanings: general fitness (a state of health and well-being) ...read more.

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Session 3-I worked with Habib and was a good circuit with less interruption then the last time. Session 4 -I worked with Habib once again and it was similar as the last circuit in terms of behaviour. But it was much easier to do the exercises. Session 5-I worked with Habib for the last time , the behaviour terms were good and I had to do ma best in the exercises and I did. Planning I think I didn't use any pre-test results. I think that the training should have been harder den what it was. I applied some of the training in my circuit. They were specified to my sport, the sport that I choose was football .I used all the best sections that I think that would apply better to my specific sport. Performing I progressed in almost all my sessions of my circuit, but there was one that I didn't progress that much. The keep-ups, bench raisers. I did all my session for 11min and a rest of 30s. After that I improved a lot in each of the exercises witch is a example that the circuit training resulted and that is worth doing it. Monitoring Over the 5 week my skills in the types of session that I choose improved a lot, the heart rate and the rovery rate stayed the same. Witch is a good result an that shows a bit of improvement and that shows if you do the circuit training properly the results will be great. Final Evaluation My circuit training was good, but not successful enough, because it based in my sport but if it had more sessions it could be improved more. My training was more based in my legs, and my legs work improved a bit. My skills improved a lot and I enjoyed doing this type of circuit. This is very useful to be done in footbal beciuse there is evidence it improves the players skills. Bavin Gamnadasa 10/62 ...read more.

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