A2 AQA PE - ALL 2010-2013 14 MARKERS ANSWERED

A2 AQA PE

USING THE MARK SCHEMES I HAVE ANSWERED THE 14 MARK QUESTIONS FROM ALL THE 3 SECTIONS FROM EXAM PAPERS JUNE10, JUNE11, JUNE12 AND JUNE13 - NOTE THEY ARE NOT IN ORDER. 

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SECA) Explain how the majority of energy used during a race would be provided
and outline the process of glycogen loading that may be used by performers to
improve performance.

The majority of energy would be provided by aerobic energy system. The first
stage is glycolysis, glucose would…

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capacity is increased. There is also an increase in lactic acid tolerance. Benefits of
altitude training lasts 6 ­ 8 weeks. However it can hinder performance as it can
causes altitude sickness. Training at the same intensity is difficult so the performer
risks losing fitness. The benefits could be lost…

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which mean core temperature increases. This slows reaction time, causes muscle
fatigues and muscles cramps, an irregular heart beat, and lactic acid build up.

SECB) Explain the concept of social facilitation and how it can affect
performance. Outline the possible strategies which the performer and coach
may use to limit…

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novice performers. The zone of optimal functioning is how some performers have a
wider range of optimal arousal levels.
Somatic stress management techniques include biofeedback, this is measuring
physiological responses. This can be done using a heart rate monitor. It allows the
performer to recognise and control anxiety responses. Another…

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Strategies to develop assertive behaviour, can be; punishing aggressive acts,
developing player's code of conduct, removing the player from the situation,
encourage peer support, give a role of responsibility to the player, highlight
non-aggressive role models, reduce importance of the event, use stress
management techniques, use positive reinforcement for assertive…

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information to provide a more focused training programme. New training
techniques have also been devised to improve performance.
The impact of technology on the spectator, now means they can have improve home
viewing experience through the use of more cameras. There is now a wider range of
sports they can…

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Social factors and support programmes in the UK that encourage the development
of elite athletes and increase the chance of winning medals include: level of media
coverage, equal opportunity policies, school experience, club network, peer
support, socio-economic status, funding to performers such as scholarships,
funding to clubs such as lottery,…

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