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what nutrients is needed to maintain a balanced diet?
carbs, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals, water/fluid, fibre
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what type of vitamins are there?
vitamin A,C,D
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what does vitamin A do?
helps to maintain healthy eyes, skin and bones
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what does vitamin C stored?
not in the body and can cause scurvy
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what can be caused if there is a deficiency of vitamin D?
it can cause rickets
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what types of minerals are there?
iodine, iron, calcium
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what is iodine needed for?
needed for hormone formation
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what is iron needed for?
is needed for the transport of oxygen by red blood cells
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what is carbo-loading?
eating foods high in starch to increase carbohydrate reserves in muscles
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failing to maintain a balanced diet could lead to?
anorexia, obesity, malnutrition
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what does basal metabolic rate mean?
the minimum rate of energy required to keep all of the life processes of the body maintained at its rest
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who is most likely to use high-protein diets?
body builders because it builds muscle and loses fat
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why do schools promote physical activity and sport?
to encourage a healthy active lifestyle, to gain knowledge of sport, to help pupils evalute performance, to help pupils improve skills
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what does the healthy schools programme include?
pshe(sex&relationships,drugs) healthy eating(knowing different food types etc) physical activity(extra curricular activities) emotional health and well being
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what is meant by etiquette?
the unwritten rules or conventions of any activity
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why has leisure time increased over the years?
shorter working week, better technology, increasing levels of part time work, higher levels of unemployment
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how can peers have a positive and negative influence to sport?
positive- if they are positive about taking part in physical activity it will influence you to. negative- they might put pressure on you not to go and to take up something else
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how can family help with sport?
assist with transport, provide support, provide financial support
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in a gcse pe course what roles are offered?
offical, player/performer, organiser, coach/leader
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what is an offical?
someone who controls the activity, they interpret rules, laws and regulations
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what is the difference between a player and a performer?
a player takes part in an activity which has levels of competition, and a performer takes part in an activity such as dance or gymnastics
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where do sport england fund there money to?
national governing body works, facility development, county sports partnerships, schools, community sports developments
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what are the 4 aims of national governing bodies?
coaching, officiating, talent development, competitions
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what is the aim of youth sports trust?
to change young peoples lifes through sport, give a child a sporting start in life through high quality pe and sport, develop opportunities, and support
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what are two leadership and volunteering programmes?
learning leaders and yound ambassadors
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what are two programmes to engage young people in pe and sport?
bikeability and change4life sports clubs
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what are the aims of the dame kelly holmes trust?
to get young lives on track by providing support by world class sports stars, inspire participation, mentor young people
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what are 2 trust charities?
get on track and
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what are the highest profile world cups/championships?
cricket, athletics, rugby, football world cup
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what are some advantages of hosting a game?
making a large financial profit, a raised status, provision of brand new or updates facilities
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what are some disadvantages to hosting a game?
high costs of staging and security, possible boycotts, security issues
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what are some high profile events?
wimbledon, golf, american football superbowl, football leagues, one off events
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the game which first suffered from an act of terrorism was?
munich 1972
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montreal had the policy of what?
south africa had the policy of apartheid
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what types of competitions are there?
leagues, knockouts, ladders, round robin, combination events
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what are leagues?
where teams are put into various leagues and all teams and players play against each other
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what are advantages and disadvantages of leagues?
guaranteed muber of games, advance notice of all games and fixtures. disadvantages-can take a long time to play, fixture cancellations
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what are knockouts?
two teams or individuals play against each other and the winner goes to the next round.
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what are advantages and disadvantages of kncokouts?
advantages-quick and relatively easy to organise, cater for large numbers. disadvantages-qualifying rounds need to be set up, player could only play one game
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what are ladders?
number of players all have their names down on a list and they play the person above them
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what are advantages and disadvantages of ladders?
advantages- suited for some sports, simple and easy to run. disadvantages-progress can be slow, entry numbers quite restricted
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