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PE GCSE COURSEWORK SECTION 1

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PE GCSE COURSEWORK Section 1: Introduction: My name is Ahsanul Islam and I am a 14 year old male P.E GCSE student. I would say that I fit in to ectomorph, I am 162cm tall and I weigh 44 kilograms. I have not finished growing yet so it's hard to say. How fit I am: General fitness: Definition: For general fitness, an individual needs to be in good health and be able to carry out every day tasks comfortably. She or he should also take part in a number of physical activities at a low level of performance some individuals may be able to compete at a relatively high level in a particular activity due to natural ability or because they have acquired a high skill level in that activity. General Fitness is a type of fitness that is done by a person everyday without getting tired e.g. walking. I go to Allerton Grange High School and I come to school on the a bus and when I walk from my house to the bus stop I don't run out of breath plus when I am ...read more.

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Health and Injuries: I don't smoke, take any drugs or drink therefore I don't have any sort of health problems and I don't have any injuries at the moment so as a result I can play any sports what so ever to the best of my ability. This shows that I am in peak condition. Sport and Position: I have chosen football as my favourite sport because I generally think that out of all the sport I enjoy playing football, I am a good player and it is entertaining to watch professional players play on TV as well. When I play for my 11 a side football team I play in defence (Left Back) because I enjoy sliding about, winning the ball back for my team and running down the wing and crossing the football in to the 6yrd box for my team mates to head the ball towards goal or to volley the ball into the top corner. I admire Roberto Carlos Da Silva who plays in defence (Left Back) ...read more.

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Agility is important to football as it's a starting and stopping game. There are three types of strength and they are: 1. Static Strength is required when competing for the football in situations where not a lot of movement can be made e.g. defending a free kick close to the goal that drops into a congested goal mouth. 2. Explosive strength this is when we use our muscles to produce a very quick movement e.g. this is needed to jump up to catch a football and to quickly accelerate when running to raise a ball or to get away from opposition players. 3. Dynamic strength e.g. muscular force is needed to compete for any sort of challenge in a football match. Improving my agility and lower body strength will improve my football because with my lower body strength I will be able to jump high up in the air and then head the football away from danger and agility will improve my skills on the ball and on how to get past players while breaking from defence. You're Sincerely Ahsanul Islam ...read more.

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