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SHHS PDHPE 11 LHS

Matching left hand side of syllabus

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Skeletal system -major bones involved in movement -structure and function of synovial joints −joint actions, eg extension and flexion
Muscular system − major muscles involved in movement − muscle relationship (agonist, antagonist) − types of muscle contraction (concentric, eccentric, isometric)
respiratory system − structure and function − lung function (inspiration, expiration) − exchange of gases (internal, external)
circulatory system − components of blood − structure and function of the heart, arteries, veins, capillaries − pulmonary and systemic circulation − blood pressure.
health-related components of physical fitness − cardiorespiratory endurance − muscular strength − muscular endurance − flexibility − body composition
skill-related components of physical fitness − power − speed − agility − coordination − balance − reaction time
aerobic and anaerobic training – FITT principle
immediate physiological responses to training − heart rate − ventilation rate − stroke volume − cardiac output − lactate levels.
motion − the application of linear motion, velocity, speed, acceleration, momentum in movement and performance contexts
balance and stability − centre of gravity − line of gravity − base of support
fluid mechanics − flotation, centre of buoyancy − fluid resistance
force − how the body applies force − how the body absorbs force − applying force to an object.
Created by: lisagass