This option is closely related to Core 2: Factors affecting Performance. It focuses on how we can apply the knowledge of Core 2 to specifically improving the performance of athletes. Again, with our time contraints, you are going to need to keep checking in with this page to keep updated with work.
Strength Training - Type of Strength Training
Plyometric Training : High Interval training
Plyometric training is a type of training you have probably done before without even realising you are doing it because you've called it 'Boot Camp' or something similar. It is good for building speed & power.
Resistance Training Workout - Resistance Bands
Aerobic Training: Pace Training (Fartlek)
Aerobic vs Anaerobic Training
Run faster with Fartlek Training
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Ethical Issues with Improving Performance: Drugs
Below is the Prezi you need to have copied into your workbooks for Wednesday. You will also need to complete the worksheet given to you in class.
LAST EVER PDHPE ASSESSMENT
Okay here it is, the final PDHPE assessment task you'll ever have to do in your life. Part A is due at the end of the PDHPE Trial Examination. Make sure it is done!!
Stuff to help you with your assessment...
Improving Performance Syllabus
Part 1 requires you to summarise Option 4: Improving Performance using the syllabus as a guide, this is often referred to as a 'Dot Point Syllabus'. Below is a link the Option 4 Syllabus (you need to cover every point!!!).
Outcomes Textbook link
Here is a link to the chapter in our textbook, that you are required to summarise for you assessment using the syllabus document
Technology in Sport
Here is the Prezi that outlines Issues with Technology in Sport - You will need to know about 2 ethical issues. Obviously, we have focused on Drugs and Technology.
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