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What increase our motivation
Arousal
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Becoming weak at the knees, dry mouth and butterflies
Overarousal
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Becoming worried, apprehensian and panic, could lead to stress
Anixety
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Frequency, Intensity, Time and Type are what ?
F.I.T.T
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Listening to music, pep talks, breathing techniques and visualation are ways to control
Anixety
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Poor performance= low motivation & energy
Low arousal
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Poor performance= hight levels of anxiety & stress
High arousal
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New skills are stored in STM and are what phases
Cognitive Associative
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Practised and rehearsed skills are found in LTM and are what phase
Autonomous
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Move arm in all directions
Deltiods
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Hold the shoulder in place and move head back & sideways
Trapezium
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Extend the leg at the knee
Quadricept
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Flex the leg at the knee
Hamstring
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Pointing the toes, help to flex the knee
Gastronemius
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Attached to the skeleton and gives shape to the body plus allows movement under conscious control (muscle)
Voluntary
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Not under conscious control, operates automatically (muscle)
Involuntary
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Never fatigues
Cardiac
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Maximum volume of oxygen that can be used when exercising
Vo2 Max
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In the lab wearing a mask running on a treadmill to see how much oxygen is being used while training
Vo2 Max Test
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The range of movement around a joint
Flexibility
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Pear shaped, wide hips and shoulders, large % of body fat.
Endomorph
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Wedged shaped, wide shoulder, narrow hips, muscular frame, minimal body fat.
Mesomorph
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Linear shaped, long limbs, slender frame, little body fat/ muscle.
Ectomorph
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Any chemical which effect the way your body works
Drugs
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Drug which makes you more alert, masks fatigue, reduces pain and increases both reaction time and aggression
Stimulants
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High blood pressure, addictive, heart failure, strokes, liver & brain damage
Effect of Stimulants
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Strike a football
Hamstinge glutes
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Kick a football
Gastronemius
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Follow through the kick of a football
Hamstringe Quads
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Lack of blood cells, low heart beat
Anemia
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Fatigue, can't compete for long periods of time, dizziness, headaches, chest pains and irregular heart rate
Side effects of Anemia
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Becoming weak at the knees, dry mouth and butterflies

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Overarousal

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Becoming worried, apprehensian and panic, could lead to stress

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Frequency, Intensity, Time and Type are what ?

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Listening to music, pep talks, breathing techniques and visualation are ways to control

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