Higher Physical Education Preparation of the body
Lesson Objectives • Describing a training programme • Reassessing Performance • What’s next…. • October break homework
Introduction • Aspect of Fitness • Phase of season • Duration of programme • Method of Training • Each training session followed a similar pattern • Warm–up • Fartlek/Interval session • Conditioned game • Cool down • Week 1 & 2 • Referring to the principles of training - describe Week 1&2 of your programme • Frequency • Duration • Intensity • Explain that you retested at the end of week 2 – name the test (don’t describe the test)
Week 3 & 4 • Explain how you progressively overloaded as a result of your interim test results • Explain changes to • Frequency • Duration • Intensity • Explain that you retested at the end of week 4 – name the test (don’t describe the test) • Week 5 & 6 • Explain how you progressively overloaded as a result of your interim test results at the end of week 4 • Explain changes to • Frequency • Duration • Intensity • Explain that demands of session were game-like as you were about to enter competition phase
Describing a training programme Introduction • Aspect of Fitness • Phase of season • Duration of programme • Method of Training • Each training session followed a similar pattern • Warm–up • Fartlek/Interval session • Conditioned game • Cool down To improve my ___________________ during the __________________of the season I completed a ____________________.To improve my SE/CRE I used _________________as it was specific to SE/CRE and nature of my position. Although I applied progressive overload every two weeks each session within my 6 week training programme followed a similar pattern. Sessions started with a _____________ before starting my __________________ session. After completing my _____________ work I participated in a _____________________ before completing a _____________.
Improvements in performance • Instructions: • Get into a group of three with people who used the same method of training • Number yourselves 1-3 • Task: • Describe your training programme • Number 1 – Week 1&2 • Number 2 – Week 3&4 • Number 3 – Week 5&6
Reassessing Performance • Introduction • Re-tested every two weeks using an interim test to monitor • At end of 6 weeks repeated initial tests and compared for improvement • Why is it important to re-test • Explain how you reassessed performance at end of 6 week training programme • What you discovered from data gathered • Specific data – discuss improvements • General data – discuss improvements • How your overall football performance improved on completion of your six week training programme • What can you now do as a result of improved fitness • How does it impact on skill level • How does it impact on mental fitness • How does it impact on team • A future development need and how you would plan to develop it.
Improvements in Performance • Instructions: • Get into a group of four • Number yourselves 1-4 • Task: • Each of you will create a four square graffiti poster on improvements in performance in your jotter • You will each have to add specific information to your square of the graffiti poster • Number 1 - What can you now do as a result of improved fitness • Number 2 - How does it impact on skill level • Number 3 - How does it impact on mental fitness • Number 4 - How does it impact on team
What’s next… Monday 21st October – Football Tuesday 22nd October – Nab preparation Wednesday 23rd October – Outcome 1 of NAB Thursday 24th October – Outcome 2 & 3 of NAB Friday 25th October – Outcome 4 of NAB Monday 28th October – End of Unit Assessment
Revision Homework Successful performance in football requires a variety of fitness aspects. With reference to Physical, Mental, and Skill Related fitness explain the aspects of fitness you require to fulfil your role. During the preparation phase it’s important to develop your physical fitness ahead of the competition phase. Explain in detail how you identified a weakness in your performance. Explain how you used the Principles of Training to create an improvement programme to develop your identified weakness. Describe a training session you completed to improve your performance. Explain how you monitored your training programme to ensure your improvements didn’t plateau.