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PEP - The programme will help to develop my running skills further, as it is specific to running. I will take into account my current fitness

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AQA GCSE PE / Games Health-related Exercise / Training Programme Candidate Name :aqws Candidate Number Centre Number Sport / Activity :Running (Games candidates must do a game activity). Training Method : Increase/decrease the intensity of movement as appropriate 2 Exercises/stretches appropriate to sport activity muscle group 2 Ability to organise and lead the group 2 Verbal communication skills 2 Non-verbal communication skills - demonstration of exercises 2 Total 10 Marks Teacher : Group : For Teacher use only Leading a warm up/down Training programme marks 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. 5 marks Outline how much physical activity you get in a typical week. My current level of fitness: I already exercise and have a fairly good level of general fitness. General fitness concerns of every day life as follows: every morning I wake up and do 2 minutes press ups and have a shower to relax my muscles, I mainly try to relax my biceps and triceps. Well as you all know school is very tiring. I have 3 pe lessons (1 hour), which I think is lot for a 15 year old, as well as I have started playing football for the school team. I also help with household duties as well, hovering my room and iron my clothes. It takes 1 hour only cleaning my room and an extra half hour to iron my clothes. I have started going playing with my dad, every week for 3 hours, I played tennis long time ago when I was 9 years old and I played for 3 years and stopped now I started again and I'm getting better and better. Explain how fit you think you are, and if you have any injuries or health problems. My current level of health: I do not suffer from any persistent illnesses like asthma and at the moment I have no injuries that will effect me when doing my circuit training. ...read more.

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I though the dips was a bit challenging, but if I want to increase my cardiovascular system I have to challenge my self but I have to be careful not to do too much. 2 I found that the shuttle runs was a bit too much but if I want to increase my cardiovascular system I have to work hard, I think I did not have enough sleep so I felt tired this morning. 3 Humid weather, I found the shuttle run easier. I felt a bit dizzy, I think it was the weather, I slept well. 4 Well it was in morning I felt really tired but I think that my cardiovascular system has improved. But I won't stop here I have to continue to work hard however I have to be careful not to injure myself. I felt more energetic today than the other sessions. 5 Today has been a perfect day for doing sports and activities. It wasn't too cold or too hot. The hurdle jumps I did one less than last session. I was a bit disappointed, I did not do any exercise over the weekend so that's why I did rubbish. Session Recording : heart rate 2 Marks Recording : recovery rate Rhr 94 1 1= 102 5=120 2=114 6=138 3=100 7=140 4=84 8=128 End 128 +1 Min 135 +2 min 110 +3min 110 +4min 102 +5min 98 84 2 1=112 5=94 2=108 6=100 3=100 7=128 4=102 8=112 End 112 +1 Min 110 +2 min 108 +3min 110 +4min 94 +5min 86 70 3 1=154 5=103 2=148 6=98 3=162 7=120 4=95 8=112 End 82 +1 min 82 +2 min 84 +3min 80 +4min 78 +5min 74 76 4 1=92 5=104 2=86 6=126 3=138 7=112 4=110 8=87 End 87 +1 Min 88 +2 min 86 +3min 80 +4min 76 +5min 76 76 5 1=100 5=102 2=94 6=113 3=120 7=120 4=112 8=92 End 92 +1 Min 89 +2 min 81 +3min 78 +4min 76 +5min 76 Concluding Statement/Summary of results 2 marks Evaluation Planning Make comments to explain the statements/questions in the first column (max 6 marks) ...read more.

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/2 Was the programme easy to manage (set up, do, record progress etc)? It wasn't too hard to manage, but I found it hard at first to record the heart beat after a while I got used to it and learned to find my pulse easier. It was a bit tiring to do it the morning. I used the beams to do pull ups it took the long time to set up but the mats and benches were the easiest and fastest. I found that the benches and mats are safer to set up and the beams for the pull ups. If the beams are not bolted in probably it could fall down and you would fall down on the ground and the beam will fall on your head. /2 Explain what process or improvements you have made as a result of completing the programme. Well I ran 1 mile a week after the bleep test which is a massive improvement. I could never run 1 mile before the programme. I was a sprinter not a long distance runner, but I could now actually run long distances, which I though I would never do. /2 Did you enjoy it and work to your limit? How do you know? Yes I did enjoy it and I did work to the limit. Sometimes I could not go and further, and also I can see how I worked to my limit because I set up targets, the targets was not too high that I would kill my self but I had to push my self for cardiovascular improvement.. /2 If you were going to continue with the programme what changes would you make? I would add more exercises to challenge my self. Nothing else really because it works you could see that because from 7.1 to 10.1 is a big difference I thought I would do worse but no I improved a lot, so no changes except add few more activities to make it challenging I like challenging my self that's the only way of improvement. /2 ?? ?? ?? ?? 1 ...read more.

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