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PE
THE Notes
COLLECTOR
Healthy, active lifestyles
· There are many reasons why people become involved and take part in healthy active lifestyles
· There are also many choices that the individual makes to having a healthy lifestyle like, these
include:
· Taking part in physical activity
· Eating a…

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Physical benefits of Exercise (Cont)
· Burns up stored fat
· Look good/ feel good
· Body image
· Muscle tone and posture improvement
· Bone strengthening
· Improves flexibility
· Cardiovascular improvement
· Less prone to injury
· Can increase life expectancy

Mental benefits of…

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Some More Definitions
Fitness - the ability to meet the demands of the environment
FITT - frequency, intensity, time, type (used to increase the amount of work the body does in order to
achieve overload
Self - esteem - respect for, or a favorable opinion of…

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· Cardiovascular fitness increases as the heart pumps more blood per beat so works more efficiently
· The heart becomes bigger and stronger reducing the risk of heart disease
· Bones become stringer and less susceptible to damage and osteoporosis
· Weight control gives more energy…

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· The performer will learn and progress in a clear structure, their school can teach and develop the
fundamental skills required, a club will train them and enter them in competitions on all levels
regional - internationals

· Sports leaders UK is a registered charity and…

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· The government have invested £978 million over a 4 year period to develop and deliver PESSCL
strategy (PE, SCHOOL SPORT AND CLUB LINK)
· This strategy involves 9 links:
Sports Colleges, promote excellence in PE, involve families, Link
with sports bodies and committees, share resources,…

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The Effects of Lack of Physical Performance
· Weight increase, if more calories are taken in than are burned off, the result is weight gain. The
effect on performance is that extra weight can increase fatigue as there is more fat to shift, fat
takes up…

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· Coordination - the ability to use 2 or more body parts together
· Power - the ability to do strength performances quickly ( power = strength x speed)
· Reaction time - the time between the presentation of a stimulus and the onset of a…

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· Specific - these goals are to the point which could be time or distance for an athlete
· Measurable - these results can be measured and so set against recognized norms
· Achievable - Goals that are challenging but reachable
· Realistic - these goals…

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· Oxygen debt - the amount of oxygen consumed during activity above that which would ordinarily
have been consumed in the same time at rest (this results in a shortfall in oxygen available
· Continuos training - aerobic exercising at a moderate to high level with…

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