Physical Activity- Sociocultral

Physical activity, Sociocultural

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Physical Activity

Physical Activity- anything that gets the body moving and the heart pumping harder that at rest eg, running

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Play
Physical recreation
physical education
sport

Lifetime sports- eg, table tennis, badmminton
life long physical activity- eg, yoga, gardening

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Healthy balanced Lifestyle

Healthy Balanced Lifestyle
regular exercise
nutricious diet
hobbies
personal hygeine
healthy relationships

Physical- Healthy diet, protection from illness
I
nterlectual- stress relief, self esteem
Emotional- improve confidence, achieve goals
Social- make friends

 

RECOMMENDATIONS
ADULTS-
30 mins X 5 days a week
YOUNG ADULTS- 60 mins X 7 days a week (2 at high intensity)

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barriers/ sedimentary lifestyle

BARRIERS
no facilities
cost
religon
injury
weather
lack of confidence
risk of injury

FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO SEDIMENTARY LIFESTYLE

Cars- dont walk to shops, rather drive
more time working- less time for leasure
gadgets- would rather play games than go out and exercise
internet/computer- can do shopping online rather than go to supermarket
role models- Parents have a less active lifestyle- rub off on kids
Desk job- less manual labour


7/10 adults in the UK do less than one 30 minuite period of physical exercise a day

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sport

PHYSICAL RECREATION
WHO? avalible to all amaturs
WHERE?
decided by participant- park, school
WHEN?
decided by particpant- free time
HOW?
unsophisticated level, limited funding, no rewards, limited competition
BENEFITS? PIES-
eg, learn, stress relief, enjoyable, health benefits

OUTDOOR EDUCATION
WHO? young people, qualified specialists
WHERE?
national environment eg, climbing wall
WHEN?
as part of a structured school programme
HOW? expernsive, lack of staff expertise, lack of facilities
BENEFITS?
personal/social development, enhancement of quality of life

SPORT
WHO?
those who are skilled (elite), some professionals
WHERE? at a designated place with fixed boundries
WHEN? at a designated time/length
HOW? high level, strict, with officals, high organisation
BENEFITS?
intrinsic results (praise), extrinsic results (money, fame, medals)

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PE

PHYSICAL RECREATION
activities volontary entered into when free time.
focus on participation rather than the result.

OUTDOOR RECREATION
share characteristics of physical recreation
eg, park, garden, roads, mountains, coastline
natural benefits- appreciation for nature
                             respect for natural environment
                             gaining sense of adventure
                             its free

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
set PE curriculum
extra curiculum sports
recreational oppotunities
benefits- improve quality of life
                influence lifestyle
                experience
                disapline

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Characteristics of sport

Skilled players/ sponsorship
Proffesional/ paid/ prowess
Organised
Rewards/ rules/ regulation
Time efficent/ tactical/ training

  • competetive
  • high skill level
  • commitment
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sportsmanship, gamesmanship, devience

Sportsmanship- playing by the rules
helps flow and success of an event
admired by spectators
increase good will
provides positive role models

gamesmanship- bending the rules to gain an advantage
disrupts continually of event
can irritate spectators
cause bad feeling and friction
streching rules

Devience- seriously breaking rules and norms
going in for a dirty tackle
can risk a ban for a match

PHYSICAL PROWESS- someone who is  skillful/ expert
PHYSICAL ENDEVOUR- is effort enterprise or trying hard
SPORTSMANSHIP- fair play

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