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

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