Edexcel GCSE PE Key Words

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PE
1.1 Healthy, 1.1.1 Healthy, active lifestyles and how they could benefit X
active you
lifestyles
1.1.2a Influences on your healthy, active lifestyles: Key
influences that impact on achieving sustained
involvement in physical activity
1.1.2b Influences on your healthy, active lifestyles: X
opportunities, pathways and initiatives for involvement
in physical activity
1.1.3 Exercise and fitness as a part of your healthy, active X
lifestyle
1.1.4a Physical activity as part of your healthy, active lifestyle: X
training principles and goal setting
1.1.4b Physical activity as part of your healthy, active lifestyle: X
assessing fitness and developing an exercise
programme
1.1.5 Your personal health and well-being X
1.2 Your 1.2.1a Physical activity and your healthy mind and body: your
healthy, body and its effects on participation and performance
active body
1.2.1b Physical activity and your healthy mind and body:
substances and the sportsperson
1.2.2 A healthy, active lifestyle and your cardiovascular
system
1.2.3 A healthy, active lifestyle and your respiratory system
1.2.4 A healthy, active lifestyle and your muscular system
1.2.5 A healthy, active lifestyle and your skeletal system
2.0 Performanc 2.2 Analysis of Performance
e in Physical
Education

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Acronyms to remember:
How do you maintain a healthy, active lifestyle?
PEASED (Personal hygiene, emotional health, alcohol/drug use, safety, environment,
diet)
What factors influence the activities you do?
CHIRPS (Culture, health and wellbeing, image, resources, people,
socio-economics)
Opportunities for people in school
PESSCL (PE in School Sport and Club Links Strategy)
What are the 4 main principles of training?
RIPS (Rest and Recover, Individual needs/differences, Progressive Overload,
Specificity)
How should you plan your training sessions?
FITT (Frequency, intensity, time, type)
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Key Words to remember:
Physical activity Any form of exercise or movement. It can be planned or structured
Exercise Any physical activity you do to improve or maintain your
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Equations to remember:
Maximum Heart Rate 220 - your age
Working heart rate Maximum Heart Rate - Resting Heart Rate
Harvard Step Test (length of exercise in seconds x 100)
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Caitlin Ward

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