PE CROSSWORD DEFINITIONS

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A type of power training where muscles undergo eccentric to concentric contractions.
PLYOMETRICS
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Splitting training into periods in order to focus better on specific objectives.
PERIODISATION
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: The process by which athletes identify aspects of their training to concentrate on.
PERFORMANCE PROFILING
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The recognised & accepted way of executing a given skill or sequence.
PERFECT MODEL
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The internal mechanisms & external stimuli that arouse & direct our behaviour. (Intrinsic/ Extrinsic/ Achievement)
MOTIVATION
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The point at which lactate starts to accumulate in the bloodstream more quickly than it can be removed (also known as OBLA; onset of blood lactate accumulation)
LACTATE THRESHOLD
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Training based on a work to rest ratio.
INTERVAL TRAINING
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A training module to enhance aerobic performance.
HYPOXIC CHAMBER
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A physiological state of optimal water balance. (3 Types of sports drinks; Isotonic (same particles as blood) Hypotonic ( Fewer particles than blood) Hypertonic (more particles than blood)
HYDRATION
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An objective or target that athletes set themselves to increase motivation.
GOAL SETTING
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A natural plant extract that enhances glycogen synthesis.
GINSENG
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A natural plant extract that enhances glycogen synthesis.
FATIGUE
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training intensity to stress aerobic & anaerobic systems.
FARTLEK
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Splitting training into periods in order to focus better on specific objectives.

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PERIODISATION

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: The process by which athletes identify aspects of their training to concentrate on.

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The recognised & accepted way of executing a given skill or sequence.

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The internal mechanisms & external stimuli that arouse & direct our behaviour. (Intrinsic/ Extrinsic/ Achievement)

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