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Test yourself to revise your knowledge on movement terminology ... abduction or adduction??

Test yourself to revise your knowledge on movement terminology ... abduction or adduction??

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  • 1. Sixth Form RevisionAS and A-Level P.E.
    Monday 6th March
    Miss Bowe
  • 2. Objectives
    Revise some AS level topics
    Complete an exam style question
    Discuss answers and view a model answer
  • 3. Unscramble these words
  • 4. Question 1
    Which sequence of movement types is best represented by the picture? 
         Abduction at both hips.#
         Rotation at both hips.
         Adduction at both hips.
  • 5. Question 2
    Which sequence of movement types is best represented by the picture? 
    Rotation / extension at the hips. #
    Extension / rotation and circumduction at the hips.
    Abduction / adduction at the hips
  • 6. Question 3
    Which sequence of movement types is best represented by the picture? 
      Abduction at both knees, flexion at the left hip, extension at the right knee
      Flexion at both hips, flexion at both knees, extension at both elbows.#
      Rotation at both elbows, flexion at left knee, extension at both hips
  • 7. Question 4
    Which sequence of movement types is best represented by the picture? 
      Abduction at the right hip, adduction at both shoulders.
      Rotation at the hips and adduction at both knees.
      Adduction at the right hip, adduction at both shoulders.
  • 8. Question 5
    Which sequence of movement types is best represented by the picture? 
      Flexion at the left knee, flexion at the left hip, extension at the right hip and extension at the right knee.
      Rotation at the hips, flexion at the left knee, flexion at the right knee.
      Flexion at the right knee, extension at the left knee, extension at hips.
  • 9. Question 6
    Which sequence of movement types is best represented by the picture? 
      Flexion at both knees, adduction at the shoulders.
      Flexion at both knees, abduction at the shoulders.
      Extension at both knees, adduction at the shoulders.
  • 10.
  • 11. AS Exam Question – Have a go!
    (a) Fig 1 shows an athlete putting a shot
    (i) Apply your anatomical and physical knowledge to complete the joint analysis table below[4]
  • 12. Figure 2 shows a gymnast holding a crucifix position on the rings.
     
     
     
    (ii) What type of contraction is occurring in the shoulder muscles to hold the position in fig 2? [1] [1]
     
    (iii) What movement is occurring in the shoulder jointof the performer in fig 2?
    [1]
     
    (iv) What movement is occurring in the ankle joint of the performer in fig 2?
    [1]
    AS Exam Question – Have a go!
  • 13. AS Exam Question – Have a go!
    (b)
    (i) State Newton’s 3 Laws of Motion and apply them to a strength training exercise
    [6]
     
     
    (ii) The muscle fibre type that would be used during a maximal strength contraction is fast glycolytic (type 11b).
     
    Give one structural and one functional characteristic of this muscle fibre
    [2]
  • 14. … the answers
  • 15. End of the session
    You should now be able to …
    Revise some AS level topics
    Complete an exam style question
    Discuss answers and view a model answer
    Practice tips for the A2 EPIP