Movement Termionolgy

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Movement Termionolgy

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

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