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Core 2 Syllabus testing Right hand side

energy systems • analyse each energy system by exploring: – source of fuel – efficiency of ATP production – duration that the system can operate – cause of fatigue – by-products of energy production – process and rate of recovery
types of training and training methods #1 • assess the relevance of the types of training and training methods for a variety of sports by asking questions such as: 
types of training and training methods #2 which types of training are best suited to different sports?  which training method(s) would be most appropriate? Why?  how would this training affect performance?
principles of training analyse how the principles of training can be applied to both aerobic and resistance training
physiological adaptations in response to training examine the relationship between the principles of training, physiological adaptations and improved performance
motivation evaluate performance scenarios to determine the appropriate forms of motivation, eg golf versus boxing
anxiety and arousal explain the difference between anxiety and arousal in terms of the effects on performance
psychological strategies to enhance motivation and manage anxiety research case studies of athletes from different sports and ascertain the nature of their motivation and the psychological strategies they employ
nutritional considerations compare the dietary requirements of athletes in different sports considering pre-, during and post-performance needs
supplementation critically analyse the evidence for and against supplementation for improved performance
recovery strategies research recovery strategies to discern their main features and proposed benefits to performance.
stages of skill acquisition examine the stages of skill acquisition by participating in the learning of a new skill, eg juggling, throwing with the non-dominant arm
characteristics of the learner, describe how the characteristics of the learner can influence skill acquisition and the performance of skills
the learning environment #1 • design a suitable plan for teaching beginners to acquire a skill through to mastery. The plan should reflect:
the learning environment #2 appropriate practice methods for the learners the integration of relevant performance elements 
the learning environment #3 an awareness of how instruction may vary according to characteristics of the learner  how feedback will be used as learners progress through the stages of skill acquisition
assessment of skill and performance develop and evaluate objective and subjective performance measures to appraise performance
Created by: lisagass



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