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AQA GCSE PE / GAMES Health-related Exercise/Training Programme Candidate Name: Luke Edwards Candidate Number: Centre Number: 30120 Sport / Activity: Rugby (Games candidates must do a game activity) Training Method: CIRCUIT TRAINING For teacher use only Teacher: Group: Planning (max 20) Performing (max 20) Monitoring (max 10) Evaluating (max 20) Leading a warm-up (max 10) TOTAL /80 PLANNING Purpose/aim of the programme. Personal fitness profile. Explain how fit you think you are (refer to any tests you have done). Do you have any current injuries/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 five sessions in terms of the aspects of fitness you want to improve. (5 marks) Appropriateness of chosen exercises. Explain why you have chosen the activities/exercises and how they will help you reach your targets. (5 marks) No. Activity How Performed What it Improves Why Performed 1 Agility ladder step in and out of the gaps in the ladder The agility ladder improves my agility To be able to change directions quicker. To be able to dodge 2 Bicep curl lift the weights up and down contuniously This improves strength, muscular endurance and power in your arms So I can be more powerful ...read more.

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1 It went ok but I didn't have enough time to do them twice 2 This week went better but I still didn't have enough time to do the activities twice 3 I changed the time on the activities from 30 sec to 45 this made it harder 4 I changed the time again to 1 minute this made it even harder 5 I missed this session due to illness Session Recording: heart rate (2 marks) Recording: recovery rate (2 marks) 1 My heart rate went up when I exercised My heart rate decreased when I stopped doing the exercises and went on my cool down 2 3 4 5 Concluding Statement/summary of results (2 marks) EVALUATION Planning Make comments to explain the statements/questions in the first column (5 marks) Refer to your pre-test score(s) for any fitness test(s). In my fitness test in 6 activities I got excellent in 2 activities I got good and in 3 I got average How did you decide what exercises to do? I decided to use the exercises that I use for rugby training and for football seeing as rugby is my sport and football is a team game like rugby and involves nearly the same techniques How did you decide on the order of the exercises? ...read more.

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Refer to your post-test scores. Was this training programme easy to plan, perform and monitor? Yes we had a partner to count how many times we did an exercise to make sure there was no cheating Explain what progress or improvements you have made as a result of completing the programme. I have improved in every activity I did Have you worked to your full potential? How do you know? Yes I think I have because every activity has slowly improved over the 4 sessions If you were going to continue with the programme what changes would you make? I would try and get some more time so I could do each activity twice BLANK PAGE FOR YOUR USE TEACHER MARK SHEET Section: Planning Mark Purpose/aim /5 Appropriateness of chosen exercises /5 Appropriate application /5 Awareness of safety aspects/warm-up/cool-down /5 TOTAL /20 Section: Performing Mark Implementation with control/consistency/ease /5 Completion safely and efficiently /5 Attitude/motivation towards improving /5 Effectiveness/appropriateness of warm-up & cool-down /5 TOTAL /20 Section: Monitoring Mark Use of table with reference to intensity/quantity etc. /2 Brief comments after each session /2 Recording/explanation of heart rate /2 Recording/explanation of recovery rate /2 Summary of results /2 TOTAL /10 Section: Evaluation Mark Planning /5 Performing /5 Monitoring /5 Final evaluation /5 TOTAL /20 Section: Leading a warm-up /10 ...read more.

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