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    • 1.2.1. - Optimum weight and1.2.1. - Optimum weight andweight-related conditionsweight-related conditions
    • By the end of thislesson studentsshould be able to:Understand thelinks betweenbody weight andsportingperformance.Keywords:OptimumAnorexicObeseOverfatOverweightUnderweightObjectivesObjectivesUnderstand the links between body weight and sportingperformance.• All (D): State the factors that can affect optimumbody weight.• Most (C): Describe how these factors affect bodyweight.• Some (B/A): Explain why people competing indifferent sports may have different optimumweights.A* A B C D
    • By the end of thislesson studentsshould be able to:Understand thelinks betweenbody weight andsportingperformance.Keywords:OptimumAnorexicObeseOverfatOverweightUnderweightOptimum WeightOptimum Weight• Is a person’s ‘most favourable’ weight.• Body weight affects sporting performance.• In some sports it is favourable to be heavier,in others, lighter.• More generally, people can find out theiroptimum weight by calculating their BMI orby measuring their wrist girth.
    • By the end of thislesson studentsshould be able to:Understand thelinks betweenbody weight andsportingperformance.Keywords:OptimumAnorexicObeseOverfatOverweightUnderweightTask 1Task 11 minute - to talk to the person closest to youand see if you can name the 5 physiologicalfactors that can affect optimum body weight.
    • By the end of thislesson studentsshould be able to:Understand thelinks betweenbody weight andsportingperformance.Keywords:OptimumAnorexicObeseOverfatOverweightUnderweightTask 1Task 11 minute - to talk to the person closest to youand see if you can name the 5 physiologicalfactors that can affect optimum body weight.•Height•Gender•Bone Structure•Muscle Girth•Genetics
    • HeightHeightHow would height affect optimum weight?
    • HeightHeight Taller people are usually,although not always,heavier than shorter people
    • GenderGenderHow would gender affect optimum weight?
    • GenderGender Men and women have a differentbody composition Men tend to have more musclesand larger bones Therefore males and femaleshave different charts to find theiroptimum weight
    • Bone StructureBone StructureHow would bone structure affect optimum weight?
    • Bone StructureBone Structure Everybody has a different bonestructure, sometimes referred to asframe size Height cannot determine a personsbone structure Comments such as ‘broad shoulders’and ‘thick wrists’ refer to the bonestructure of a person
    • Muscle GirthMuscle GirthHow would muscle girth affect optimum weight?
    • Muscle GirthMuscle Girth As with bone structure, peoplenaturally have different muscle girth In most cases, muscle girth increaseswith training Because muscle weighs more than fat,some BMI index charts will show aperformer with a large muscle girthas being overweight
    • GeneticsGeneticsHow would genetics affect optimum weight?
    • GeneticsGenetics Body weight and shape arelargely passed on through thegenes from parent to child The body composition of aperformer is bound by genetics,but with training, can be changed
    • By the end of thislesson studentsshould be able to:Understand thelinks betweenbody weight andsportingperformance.Keywords:OptimumAnorexicObeseOverfatOverweightUnderweightTask 2Task 2Draw a table like the one below and completeit by explaining how each factor can affectoptimum body weight.Factor ExplanationHeightGenderBoneStructureMuscle GirthGenetics
    • By the end of thislesson studentsshould be able to:Understand thelinks betweenbody weight andsportingperformance.Keywords:OptimumAnorexicObeseOverfatOverweightUnderweightTask 3Task 31.Explain why a Rugby forward might have a higheroptimum weight than average.2.What other sports performers might need a higher thanaverage optimum weight? Explain why. (think of 1 – 3examples)3.Explain why it is beneficial for a jockey to have a lowerthan average optimum weight.4.What other sports performers might need a lower thanaverage optimum weight? Explain why. (think of 1 – 3examples)
    • By the end of thislesson studentsshould be able to:Understand thelinks betweenbody weight andsportingperformance.Keywords:OptimumAnorexicObeseOverfatOverweightUnderweightLosing WeightLosing WeightIn some sports it may be necessary to lose weight rapidly.1.Can you think of any examples?2.How would they go about losing weight?
    • By the end of thislesson studentsshould be able to:Understand thelinks betweenbody weight andsportingperformance.Keywords:OptimumAnorexicObeseOverfatOverweightUnderweightTask 4Task 41. Using the terms to do with weight sheet, match upthe the statements to the name of the condition.2. Pick one of the conditions and research it. Then write5 key bullet points about the condition on your paper.
    • By the end of thislesson studentsshould be able to:Understand thelinks betweenbody weight andsportingperformance.Keywords:OptimumAnorexicObeseOverfatOverweightUnderweightPlenaryPlenaryDo you…Understand the links between body weight and sportingperformance.1.What 5 factors can affect optimum weight?2.Why might optimum weight vary in different sports?3.In what ways can someone lose weight?4.Name 5 weight-related conditions.A* A B C D