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What is motivation?
Your drive to do something.
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What are the two types of motivation?
Intrinsic and Extrinsic.
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Give an example of intrinsic motivation.
It comes from within so you do it to make yourself happy. Doing a 5mile run to feel active and healthy.
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Give an example of extrinsic motivation.
It comes from an external source. Win medals, sponsorship, money, etc.
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What are the 3 types of goal setting involving time?
Short, medium and long term.
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What is the SMARTER principle?
Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Timed, Exciting& Recorded.
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How can you motivate someone?
Positive feedback, end result, rewards and setting goals.
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Short-term effects of exercise on the cardiovascular system.
Heart rate increases, more blood pumped to working muscles (vascular shunt mechanism)
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Short-term effects of exercise on the respiratory system.
Breathing rate increases and Tidal volume increases (each breath)
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Short-term effects of exercise on the muscular system.
increases muscle fatigue and increases muscle temperature.
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What are the principles of training? (SPORv)
Specific, Progression, Overload, Reversibility, Viviance(mix it up)
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Ways you can learn skills. (3)
Copying/Observing, Trial&Error and Practice.
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