Essay on Training Principles Assignment 2015

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Stage 1 Physical Education Practical
Training Principles & Methods Specific to Fitness Components and To Physical Activities

Investigate a 6 week training program aimed at improving Two Fitness Factors and a focus on one energy system being predominant in a particular sport of your choice. In your report you must include the following:

Q1) Describe and explain the two fitness components which are the focus of your training program. Also explain how they are relevant/important for success in your chosen sport and provide examples.

Q2) Detail the energy system that the program will predominately be working on. Outline how the system resynthesises ATP and any advantages and disadvantages of using this system predominately.

Q3) Prepare a training program in table format outlining how many sessions per week and include what training principles will be incorporated to ensure development.

Q4) Describe and explain two training methods that the program will focus on outlining their benefits and importance to developing the key components you are working on.

Q5) Outline 2 possible fitness tests that will be used to monitor/measure fitness development whilst detailing how they will be performed and reliable and valid results.

Performance Standards for Stage 1 Physical Education
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Knowledge & Understanding
Practical Skills Application
Initiative and Collaboration
Analysis and Reflection
A
Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the nature of physical activity.
Clear and accurate knowledge and understanding of appropriate terminology.
A high level of proficiency in practical skills and techniques in a variety of physical activities.
Accurate interpretation and highly effective application of skills, specific concepts, ideas, strategies, and techniques.
Constructive initiative and leadership in areas of physical activity.
Proactive collaboration in team activities.
Insightful and proactive analysis of, and reflection on, practical techniques and performance.
In-depth analysis of an issue related to physical activity and clearly relevant to local, regional, national, or global communities.
Thorough and focused use of information from different sources, with appropriate acknowledgment.
B
Well-considered knowledge and understanding of the nature of physical activity.
Mostly clear knowledge and understanding of appropriate terminology.
Proficiency in practical skills and techniques in most physical activities.
Mostly clear interpretation and effective application of skills, specific concepts, ideas, strategies, and techniques.
Capable initiative and leadership in areas of physical activity.
Active collaboration in team activities.
Well-considered and mostly proactive analysis of, and reflection on, practical techniques and performance.
Well-considered analysis of an issue related to physical activity and relevant to local, regional, national, or global communities.
Mostly focused use of information from different sources, with appropriate acknowledgment.
C
Considered knowledge and understanding of the nature of physical activity.
Competent knowledge and understanding of appropriate terminology.
Competent practical skills and techniques in different physical activities.
Competent interpretation and generally effective application of skills, specific concepts, ideas, strategies, and techniques.
Some initiative and contribution to…