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ACCLIMATISATION:
The process by which athletes prepare by becoming used to different environments Eg Heat / Altitude
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AEROBIC/ ANAEROBIC
Refers to energy system being utilised (ATP-PC/ Lactic Acid or Aerobic system)
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ANXIETY:
A natural reaction to threat in the environment. Cognitive (worry & negative feelings) Somatic (physiological symptoms) behavioural (experiencing tension)
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ATTRIBUTION THEORY
: An approach that attempts to categorise the reasons we give for winning & losing.
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BLOOD DOPING:
The process of boosting the number of red blood cells to enhance aerobic performance.
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CARBOHYRATE LOADING
: A method to boost the amount of glycogen in the body before a competition.
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CENTRAL GOVERNOR THEORY
Refers to the theory that fatigue is an emotional response that begins in the brain and not in the muscles.
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CENTRALISED MODEL
: Elite sports are supported directly by the state Eg Australian Institute of Sport/ East German system.
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CHOKING
The inability to perform to an athlete’s optimum performance due to anxiety.
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COHESION
total field of forces that cause members to remain in a group.
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CONTINUOUS TRAINING
: A training method that involves working at a steady intensity over long periods.
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CORE STABILITY
Training to target the core muscles
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CREATINE LOADING
Refers to the ingestion of creatine supplements to enhance anaerobic performance.
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DECENTRALISED MODEL
No single agency takes control of elite sport but there is a system that supports through higher education institutions.
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DRAFT SYSTEM
The US system by which top college players are recruited into professional leagues.
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D.O.M.S
Delayed onset of muscle soreness
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E.P.O.C
post exercise oxygen consumption
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ERGOGENIC AID
A substance or device that enhances energy production, use or recovery, and provides athletes with a competitive advantage.
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FARTLEK
Varying training intensity to stress aerobic & anaerobic systems.
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FATIGUE
: A reduced capacity to complete work brought about by a lack of oxygen, energy or muscle tiredness
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GINSENG
A natural plant extract that enhances glycogen synthesis
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GOAL SETTING
An objective or target that athletes set themselves to increase motivation.
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HYDRATION:
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)
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HYPOXIC CHAMBER
training module to enhance aerobic performance
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INTERVAL TRAINING:
Training based on a work to rest ratio.
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LACTATE THRESHOLD
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)
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MOTIVATION
The internal mechanisms & external stimuli that arouse & direct our behaviour. (Intrinsic/ Extrinsic/ Achievement)
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PERFECT MODEL
The recognised & accepted way of executing a given skill or sequence.
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PERFORMANCE PROFILING
The process by which athletes identify aspects of their training to concentrate on.
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PERIODISATION
Splitting training into periods in order to focus better on specific objectives.
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PLYOMETRICS
A type of power training where muscles undergo eccentric to concentric contractions.
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PRE-MATCH CAMP
as a training facility prior to sports competitions
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RITUAL
A routine to help athletes prepare before competition.
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SAQ TRAINING
Speed, agility, quickness training designed to target neuromuscular system.
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SCANNING
Visual perception technique when an individual attends to many aspects in their field of vision.
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SELF EFFICACY
confidence in a specific situation
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STRETCHING
Training to improve or maintain muscle elasticity & flexibility or to prevent injury Eg warm up (Static/ Ballistic/ Dynamic/ PNF)
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SOCIAL FACILITATION
Refers to the influence other people can have on sports performance.
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SYNERGY
Two or more separate influences or agents acting together to create and effect greater than that of the separate parts. Eg Environment & clothing.
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VISUALISATION
: The process of creating a mental image of what you want to happen in a sports performance.
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V02 MAX
The maximum capacity of an individual’s body to take in, transport & utilise oxygen.
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WORLD CLASS PERFOMANCE PATHWAY
The model for the funding & training of elite athletes in the UK.
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WEIGHT TRAINING
A series of resistance exercises designed to target skeletal- muscular system.
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AEROBIC/ ANAEROBIC

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Refers to energy system being utilised (ATP-PC/ Lactic Acid or Aerobic system)

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ANXIETY:

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ATTRIBUTION THEORY

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BLOOD DOPING:

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