P.E - Health and safety and Principles of training

What does SPORT/V mean?
Specific, Progressive, Overload, Reversibility, Tedium/Variance
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What does FITT stand for?
Freguency of training/exercise, Intensity, Time and Type
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Definition of Interval training
Training that consists of alternating periods of high intensity and low intensity activity
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Definition of Fartlek Training
An aerobic session with continuous yet varied speeds
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Definition of Weight Training
Physical training that includes weights
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Definition of Plyometrics Training
Activities that enable a muscle to reach maximal force in the shortest amount of time
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Definition of Flexibility Training
Exercise that help your muscles stretch farther in a given direction
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Definition of continuous training
A type of physical exercise without rests or intervals
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Definition of circuit training
A form of body conditioning or resistance training using high intensity aerobics
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Provide examples of potential hazards when taking part in sport
Litter, Benches, Not following the rules of the game, Gamesmanship, Weather, Poor coaching, Poor equipment, Poor fitness, Poor skill level
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Card 2

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What does FITT stand for?

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Freguency of training/exercise, Intensity, Time and Type

Card 3

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Definition of Interval training

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Card 4

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Definition of Fartlek Training

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Card 5

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Definition of Weight Training

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