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Advantages of ATP-PC System
Re-sysnthesised quickly, no fatiguing by-products, creatine supplementation
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Disadvantages of ATP-PC System
Limited supply of PC in the muscles, PC re-sysnthesis can only take place in the presence of oxygen
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Advantages of Lactate Anaerobic System
Can be used in sprint finishes, in the presence of oxygen lactic acid can be converted back into glycogen
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Disadvantages of Lactate Anaerobic System
Accumulation of lactic acid causes denaturation of enzymes and cramps through the localised acidity of H ions
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Advantages of the Aerobic System
36 molecules of ATP are produced per molecule of glucose, no fatiguing by-products
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Disadvantages of the Aerobic System
Takes 2 minutes to get up and running, production of ATP is slow
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Fast Component of EPOC
Restore ATP and PC, re-saturate myoglobin with oxygen
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Slow Component of EPOC
Removal of lactic acid via the Cori Cycle, glycogen replenishment
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What does PAM stand for?
Plyometrics- Pre-loading phase, amortisation phase, muscle contraction phase
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Give examples of the senses used in a rugby pass
Sight, Hearing, Touch, Kinesthesis (apply)
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What three aspects of activity occur in the perceptual mechanism?
Detection, Comparison and Recognition
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State the function of the episodic buffer
Co-ordinates all displays from the working memory into sequence to be sent to the long-term memory
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Name strategies used to store information in the LTM
Mental practice, association, focus, chunking, rewards, chaining, repetition
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Name the two parts of recall schema
Initial conditions, response specifications
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Name the two parts of recognition schema
Sensory consequences, response outcomes
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Give an example of simple and choice reaction time
Simple - Restarting with a dropkick on the referee's whistle, Choice - Passing to the lead or trail runner
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Name injury rehabilitation methods
Proprioceptive training, strength training, hyperbaric chambers, cryotherapy, hydrotherapy
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Define impulse
Force applied to an object over time
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Recall Newton's First Law of Angular Motion
A rotating body will continue to turn about its axis of rotation with constant angular momentum unless an external rotational force is exerted upon it
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Recall Newton's Second Law of Angular Motion
The rate of change of AM of a body is proportional to the force causing it and the change that takes place in the direction in which the force acts
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Recall Newton's Third Law of Angular Motion
When a force is applied by one body to another, the second body will exert an equal and opposite force on the other body
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Angular Velocity =
Angular displacement/time taken
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What three factors determine the horizontal displacement of a projectile?
Angle, speed and height of release
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What three factors reduce and increase drag?
Velocity of the moving body, cross-sectional area of the moving body. shape and surface characteristics of a moving body
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State three personalities of a performer displaying a NACH
Welcome competition, confident, welcome feedback and evaluation
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State four factors affecting self-efficacy
Performance accomplishments, vicarious experience, verbal persuasion, emotional arousal
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What are the two types of leader?
Prescribed and emergent
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Give three cognitive stress management techniques
Positive self-talk, imagery, visualisation
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Give three somatic stress management techniques
Biofeedback, progressive muscle relaxation, centring
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Give the benefits of sports participation for society
NHS strain reduced, increased social control, increased employment opportunities, economic benefits
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How do NGB's try to provide equal opportunities
PAMPER, name them
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Name the key features of an effective Talent ID programme
TALENT, name them
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Give the causes of player violence
WINNER, name them
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Give a two-sided argument on drug testing
Should be three points for each and a conclusion
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Identify two types of adaptive equipment or technology used in rugby
TMO, GPS, Wheelchair Rugby
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Disadvantages of ATP-PC System

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Limited supply of PC in the muscles, PC re-sysnthesis can only take place in the presence of oxygen

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Advantages of Lactate Anaerobic System

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Disadvantages of Lactate Anaerobic System

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Advantages of the Aerobic System

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