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    • INFLUENCES IN SPORT
      • RESOURCES
        • Resources can influence people to do sport because if there aren't good resources for the sport you want to do you are less likely to do it
        • if there are good resources you might think you can improve your ability in the sport
      • HEALTH
        • health can influence people to do sport because if you are over weight you might want to lose weight by doing sport.
      • MEDIA
        • media can influence someone to do sport because if they watch it on the TV they might like the look of it and join a club.
      • CULTURAL FACTORS
        • cultural factors are things like whether or not you have a disability. this could influence you because you would need special resources in order to a sport.
      • PEOPLE
        • people can influence someone to do sport because if their role model does a sport they might want to copy them and do it too - same as if someones friends does a sport they might want to be with them and do the sport too
      • COST
        • cost is a very important influence because if the sport you want to do is expensive it could be hard for some people to buy the resources needed
    • PRINCIPLES OF TRAINING
    • EXERCISE SESSION
    • SPORT PARTICIPATION PYRAMID
      • the sport participation pyramid starts off with the foundation stage at the bottom
        • the next stage is participation
          • then the next stage is competitive
            • the final stage is elite
              • elite stage is for the proffesionals - people who do a specific sport as there job
            • this is now playing sport against other teams or players in tournaments or leagues
          • this is now for people  who like sport and would like to participate
        • foundation stage is where everyone starts off so it has to be a very big project in sport.
    • COMPONENTS OF HEALTH RELATED FITNESS
    • COMPONENTS OF SKILL RELATED FITNESS
    • METHODS OF TRAINING
    • GOAL SETTING
    • AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC RESPIRATION

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