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    • WARMING UP & COOLING DOWN H/W= Prevention of Injury sheet
    • Lesson Objectives
      • Identify the reasons for warming up, and the signs of a good warm up.
      • Explore the reasons for warming down.
      • To plan a warm up for the next practical session.
    • Spider Diagram Why Warm Up?
      • WARM UP
      • Prevents Injury
      • Increase Flexibility
      • Mental Preparation
      • WARM UP
      • Increase Heart Rate
      • Team Building
      • Increase Blood Flow
    • Signs of a good warm up
      • Red Face (increase in blood flow)
      • Sweating (body temperature increase)
      • Deep Breathing (increase in heart rate)
      • Flexible (Warmed synovial fluid, stretched)
    • Design your own warm up
      • Remember a warm up should have 3 components:
      • A pulse raising activity . Any cardiovascular activity for about 5 mins.
      • Stretching the major muscle groups , hold each stretch for around 8 – 10 seconds.
      • Now do a skill specific warm up related to the activity you will be doing , EG Basketball lay ups.
    • Cooling Down
      • The cool down helps the body recover after exercise, and returns it to a normal state quickly.
      • A slow jog keeps oxygen circulating to aid in the faster removal of lactic acid = less soreness.
      • Stretching helps loosen the muscles and prevent stiffness .
      Lactic acid in a red blood cell
    • Recovery Rate
      • How much faster is an Active Recovery than a Resting Recovery?
    • Lesson Review
      • Identified reasons for warming up, and the signs of a good warm up.
      • Explored the reasons for warming down.
      • Planned a warm up for the next practical session.