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  • Classwork 28th September 2009
    Principles of Training
    Miss Bracken
    11P GCSE PE Short Course
  • Starter
    With a partner, write down all of the HEALTH related & SKILL related fitness components you can remember from last week.
    If you can think of sporting examples of when each is used........BONUS POINTS!!
  • Learning Objectives
    By the end of the lesson you will be able to…..
    Define the principles of training
    Explain why these principles need to be used in a training programme.
  • Bigger Picture
    Unit 2 (Performance)
    Unit 1 (Theory)
    Section B
    (Safety in Sport)
    Section A
    (Exercise & Training )
    A1 Reasons for taking part in activity
    A2 Health, Fitness and Exercise
    A3 Skill related fitness
    A4 Principles of training
    A5 Methods of training
    A6 Diet, health and hygiene
  • Principles of Training
    There are different ways in which we can improve FITNESS and there are certain PRINCIPLES OF TRAINING which need to followed to do so.
    The PRINCIPLES of TRAINING are the rules to follow when using physical activity programmes.
  • Principles of Training
    What would be the difference between these two marathon runners training programmes?
    Write down as many differences as you can
  • Principles of Training
    S- SPECIFICITY
    P- PROGRESSION
    O- OVERLOAD
    R- REVERSIBILITY
    SPOR(T)!
    Specificity—Progression---Overload---Reversibility---Frequency---Intensity---Type---Time
  • Specificity
    Training needs to be specific to the athletes sport/position.
    Specificity—Progression---Overload---Reversibility---Frequency---Intensity---Type---Time
  • Progression
    Progression is when our body becomes use to the overload and then we progress the overload by making the training more difficult.
    Training needs to demonstrate a steady increase if we are to become better through our training.
    Specificity—Progression---Overload---Reversibility---Frequency---Intensity---Type---Time
  • Overload
    In order to improve through training we need to apply greater demands on our body. This is the principle of OVERLOAD.
    Muscular strength is the prime example where we need to ‘overload’ our muscles. By placing greater demands on our bodies means strength will improve.
    Specificity—Progression---Overload---Reversibility---Frequency---Intensity---Type---Time
  • Reversibility
    Your general fitness level changes all the time – therefore if you stop training you will lose fitness.
    If you do not use overload and progression then reversibility will occur.
    USE IT OR LOSE IT!
    Specificity—Progression---Overload---Reversibility---Frequency---Intensity---Type---Time
  • Listen to the callers and see if you can identify why their training programmes are not being successful. What tips would you give them?
    Agony Aunt Time!!!
  • Principle of Training 2
    Frequency – how often we train
    Intensity – how hard we train
    Type – what kind of training we do
    Time – how long we train
    Specificity—Progression---Overload---Reversibility---Frequency---Intensity---Type---Time
  • Exam Style Question
    Read the definitions of each of the principles of training. Decide whether the definition is true or false.
  • ELT Task
    Complete ‘What is a PEP’ section for next Monday 5th October. Should include:
    Definitions of Health, Fitness.
  • What is a PEP?
    What does PEP stand for?
    What different things will we include in our PEP (think of what you have learnt so far in theory lessons that could be applied to a training programme)
    Define Health, Fitness and Exercise.
    What types of fitness are there?
    Skill Related and Healthy Related.
  • What is a PEP
    What must we consider.
    Your training programme needs to consider…
    F.I.T.T
    S.P.O.R.T
  • Recap Learning Outcomes
    By the end of the lesson you will be able to…..
    Define the principles of training
    Explain why these principles need to be used in a training programme.