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1 Intermediate 1 Preparation of the Body Testing Agility Testing within the game of football Considerations when creating a training programme

2 Answer the following questions in your jotter 2(a)Name two aspects of physical fitness which are important to your performance in football. Aspect of fitness 1 ____________________ (1 mark) Aspect of fitness 2 ____________________ (1 mark) (b) Why is aspect of fitness 1 required to effectively play midfield? (3 marks) Why is aspect of fitness 2 required to effectively play midfield? (3 marks)

3 Use this slide to mark your partners answer. Q2. (b) How did aspect of fitness 1 affect your performance.  Cardio Respiratory Endurance Effective CRE is the ability to transport sufficient oxygen to the muscles during sustained exercise. Effective CRE is the ability to transport sufficient oxygen to the muscles during sustained exercise. Allows you to cope with the high intensity demands of continually moving for 90 minutes. Allows you to cope with the high intensity demands of continually moving for 90 minutes. As a midfielder I need to get up the pitch to support my forwards and track back to help out in defence. As a midfielder I need to get up the pitch to support my forwards and track back to help out in defence. If had poor CRE wouldn’t be able to keep up with play in later stages of game. Would get caught out of position. If had poor CRE wouldn’t be able to keep up with play in later stages of game. Would get caught out of position. Level of performance would decrease in later stages of game if had poor CRE. Level of performance would decrease in later stages of game if had poor CRE.

4 Use this slide to mark your partners answer. Q2. (b) How did aspect of fitness 2 affect your performance. Use this slide to mark your partners answer. Q2. (b) How did aspect of fitness 2 affect your performance.  Speed Endurance Effective Speed Endurance is the ability to repeatedly make sprints at 100% over a long period of time. Effective Speed Endurance is the ability to repeatedly make sprints at 100% over a long period of time. Allows you to make repeated sprint throughout the full 90 minutes. Allows you to make repeated sprint throughout the full 90 minutes. As a midfielder I need to outsprint my opponent to the ball or dribble past an opponent at speed. Also I need to be able to sprint beyond my forwards to help out in attack. As a midfielder I need to outsprint my opponent to the ball or dribble past an opponent at speed. Also I need to be able to sprint beyond my forwards to help out in attack. If had poor Speed Endurance wouldn’t be able to make maximal sprints repeatedly throughout the game. If had poor Speed Endurance wouldn’t be able to make maximal sprints repeatedly throughout the game. Level of performance would decrease in later stages of game if had poor Speed Endurance. Level of performance would decrease in later stages of game if had poor Speed Endurance.

5 Testing out-with the activity

6 Illinois Agility Test Tests agility The Athlete lies face down on the floor behind the start line. On the timers command the athlete gets to his / her feet and completes the set rout. Course requires athlete to complete two 10m sprints and a 10m cone slalom. After full rest the athlete completes the test a further 2 times and an average is calculate. Agility – the ability to create gaps, move quickly into space, turn quickly with the ball and change direction

7 Testing aspects of fitness relevant to your position

8 Answer the below question in your jotter and complete the diagram After naming the specific aspects of physical fitness required to play midfield we assessed our fitness. Q.There are two ways of doing this, what are they? Test Fitness Specific Aspects of fitness

9 Testing within the activity

10 Using the keywords below answer the following question in your jotter Q.Describe how you assessed your fitness within the activity of football. Keywords Similar abilitybroke my performance down Video recordedcompetitive gamefive minute intervals time related movement observation schedule

11 Mark your answer using the model answer below, add any information you are missing to your answer To assess my fitness within the game of football I was video recorded playing centre midfield during a competitive game against a team of similar ability. After playing I used the video to complete a time related movement observation schedule (see diagram), which broke my performance down into five minute intervals. In these five minute intervals I recorded how many times I walked, jogged, mid pace ran and sprinted.

12 Why is a time related movement observation schedule an appropriate way of assessing your fitness? Model Answer Using a time related movement observation schedule is an appropriate way of assessing my fitness within the activity of football because it ensure the test is SPECIFIC to the activity and my position. The observation schedule is easy to use and shows clearly how I performed in each five minute interval and how my performance changed as time progressed. The observation schedule is easy to use and shows clearly how I performed in each five minute interval and how my performance changed as time progressed. Because my performance is recorded in five minute intervals I can easily compare my fitness levels at different points in the game. As the time related observation schedule provides me with permanent written feedback it can be easily compared to retest data to check for improvement.

13 Considerations when creating a training programme

14 After identifying and testing the specific aspects of fitness relevant to your position you can set about developing your identified weakness. Test Fitness Specific Position Specific Aspects of fitness Within Activity Outwith Activity Develop Fitness

15 Phases of Training Before selecting a method of training and creating a training programme it is important to consider what PHASE of TRAINING you are working in. There are THREE PHASES of training. PHASES OF TRAINING PREPARATION PHASE (Pre-season) COMPETITIONPHASE (During the season) TRANSITION PHASE (End of season)

16 Phase of Training PREPARATION PHASE = PRE SEASON Our training programmes will take place during the preparation phase. In other words our training programme is an example of a pre-season training programme. During the preparation phase general fitness work is followed by. During the preparation phase general fitness work is followed by SPECIFIC FITNESS WORK. As you progress through your programme of work there should be an of your physical fitness work as the start of the new season approaches. As you progress through your programme of work there should be an INCREASE IN THE INTENSITY of your physical fitness work as the start of the new season approaches. The fitness work during this phase should be to the nature of your activity and within the activity. The fitness work during this phase should be SPECIFIC to the nature of your activity and YOUR ROLE within the activity.

17 Physical Fitness Training Methods After identifying the specific aspect of fitness you are going to develop and deciding which phase of the season you are going to be training in you need to select the appropriate method of physical fitness training. Phase of Training Develop Fitness Preparation Phase Method of Training

18 Physical Fitness Training Methods There are FIVE methods of physical fitness training. PhysicalFitnessTrainingMethods ContinuousTrainingFartlekTrainingCircuitTrainingWeightTrainingIntervalTraining

19 Homework Due: Tuesday 10 th Yes a Tuesday, correct your not in PE on a Tuesday but hand it in at interval, lunch time or at the end of the day Questions 1.On Wednesday you undertook an exemplar training session, which method of training did we use? 2.Describe the session of work you carried out. Your answer should contain the key content below. Key Content Part 1. Warm-up, describe all the parts of your warm up. Explain why you carried out each part. Part 2. Describe the work you carried out. Part 3. How did you know what group to work in. Part 4. How did you know you were working at the correct level.


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