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Green pen exercise Review your books and check for: Spelling Any unanswered questions Underlining using a ruler
Title: Exam questions Under each answer leave a gap so that you can write in the correct answers at the end
A1.1 What are the alternative names for for aerobic endurance?
A1.2 What does the cardiorespiratory system consist of?
A1.3 If you train to improve muscular endurance what intensity should you work at, if you were using resistance training?
A1.4 What is the definition of flexibility?
A1.5 What is the formula to work out speed and what are the units of measurement?
A1.6 Describe the three basic types of speed.
A1.7 Using stick men draw and label the three different types of somatotype
Answers A1.1 Aerobic fitness or cardiorespiratory fitness or cardiorespiratory fitness A1. 2 Heart, blood and blood vessels A1.3 Low / medium intensity (Low weights, higher reps) A1.4 Having an adequate range of movement at all joints so that you have the ability to move through its complete range of movement A1.5 Distance / Time – Metres per second (m/s)
Answers A1.6 Accelerative speed (up to 30 metres) Pure speed (up to 60 metres) Speed endurance (sprints with rest periods) A1.7 Ectomorph (skinny) Mesomorph (muscular) Endomorph (obese)
A2 – Skill related fitness
A2 Which of the following is not a skill related component of fitness? Agility Co-ordination Power Muscular Endurance
A2.1 During a handstand what type of balance does a gymnast use? During a cartwheel what type of balance does a gymnast use?
A2.2 Name two specific examples in sport when you will require reaction time
A2 Answers A2.Muscular endurance A2.1 Static and then dynamic A2.2 React to a gun in athletics or the ball in a penalty kick (must name the stimuli)
Why do you require skill related fitness and physical related fitness to take part in sport?
A3 - Answers To meet the demands of the sport To perform efficiently Dependent upon the position / role
What is the formula to work out your maximum heart rate?
A4.1 What is the range for the recommended cardiovascular zone?
A4.2 What is the Borg scale?
A4.3 Mr Trendell is not working hard enough in his training sessions. What basic principle of training must he apply to work harder?
A4.4 Work out the speed zone for a 20 year old
A4 Answers A – your age A – 85% of your maximum heart rate A2.2 Rate of perceived exertion scale of A4.3 Intensity A – 20 = / 100 = 2 95% x 2 = % x 2 = 200
Mr Trendell is get bored with his training. What additional principle of training could he use to change this?
A5.1 Define the principle of reversibility
A5.2 When does adaptation occur?
A5. 3 List all of the basic and additional principles of training
Answers A5 A5 – Variation A5. 1= If training stops or training is not intense enough training effects are reversed A5. 2 During recovery time and after the training is completed A5.3 Basic – FITT Additional SPORV R and R
WWW What areas did you score well in and why? Example I scored very well in Section A1 and A2 because I’ve got really good understanding of the principles of skill related and physical fitness
EBI What do you need to improve? I need to revise the principles of training I need to work out the calculations for heart rates