- Created by: Bex
- Created on: 23-05-12 08:22
Name giving to the system, consisting of the heart and the blood vessels that transport oxygen around the body.
- Blood vessels
- Breathing rate
- Heart rate
- Blood pressure
Respiration that occurs in the presence of oxygen
Glucose + Oxygen → engery + carbon dioxide + water
Respiration that occurs in the absence of oxygen:
Glucose → engery → lactic acid
The role of the skeletal system
- Movement, bending the arm at the elbow
- Extenstion, such as straighting the arm or leg
- Abduction, the bones or limbs move away from the body, example star jump.
- Addicton, the bones or limbs move towards the body, example of this is the return of a star jump.
Structure of the skeletal system
- Blood-cell production in bone marrow
Continuous - Sustained for a long period of time, eg: Jogging, Cycling or Swimming.
Interval - Training that has periods of work and rest.
Fartlet - Form of interval training that can include walking, brisk walking or jogging.
Physical Education School Sport and Club Links
- Two hours of high quality PE delivered within the cirriculum
- Two or more hours beyond the school day
- Sports colleges
- Sport partnerships
- Professional development
- Step into sport
- School/club links
- Gifted & Talented
- Pe and sport investigation
Physical Education and Sport Strategy for Young People
- Two hours of PE
- Further three hours beyond cirriculum
9 work strands to PESSYP
- Club links
- Extending activities
- Gifted & Talented
- Leadership and volunteering
Speed: Ability to move parts of the body as quickly as possible
Cardiovascular endurance: Is stamina
Flexiblity: Range of movement around a joint
Strength: The ablitity to bear weight
Agility: Combination of flexiblity and speed, ability to move quick, changing direction.
Balance: Maintaining a giveing posture
Co-ordination: Ability to link all the parts of movement into one
Reaction time: The time it takes to react
Timing: The time it takes to do something
Aspects of training
- Warm up
- Warm down