Intermediate 1 Physical Education by HC120620232245

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									  Intermediate 1
Physical Education


      Badminton -
 Preparation of the Body
Preparation of the Body
Key Concepts:
   Fitness assessment in relation to personal performance and the
    demands of the activity.
   Application of different types of fitness in the development of
    activity specific performance.
   Physical, skill-related and mental types of fitness.
   Principles and methods of training.
   Planning, implementing and monitoring training. (cycle of
    analysis)
Cycle of Analysis

 Stage 4     Stage 1
 Review    Investigate




 Stage 3    Stage 2
 Develop    Analyse
Lesson Objective
   How many types of fitness are there and what are they?
   What aspects of fitness are required for a skilled performance
    in Badminton?
   What is the main aspect of physical fitness in badminton and
    why is it important?
Types of Fitness
   How many types of fitness are there
    and what are they?

   Physical Fitness
   Skill-related Fitness
   Mental Fitness
Physical Fitness
   What are the different aspects of
    physical fitness?
   Cardio-respiratory endurance
   Local muscular endurance
   Flexibility
   Speed
   Strength
   Power
Aspects of Physical Fitness
   TASK: Match the aspect of physical
    fitness to the activity it’s required in
    most.

   Cardio-respiratory endurance, local muscular
    endurance, speed, strength, flexibility, power

   100m Sprinting, Badminton, Gymnastics,
    Weightlifting, Marathon, shot putt
Aspects of Physical Fitness


   Cardio-respiratory endurance – Marathon
   Local muscular endurance – Badminton
   Speed – 100m Sprinting
   Strength – Weightlifting
   Flexibility – Gymnastics
   Power – Shot Putt
Local Muscular Endurance in
Badminton
   TASK: Watch this short clip of badminton and think
    about why local muscular endurance is important to
    a successful performance.
Why is muscular endurance
important for badminton?
For effective performance you need to be able
  to repeatedly:
 move forward to the net and to the back
  corners of the court
 reach up to play overhead shots and down to
  return smashes and drop shots
 return to base between shots.
Why is muscular endurance
important for badminton?
   If your muscles become tired you will move
    more slowly.
   This will mean you arrive late to play the
    shuttle and your returns are not as effective.
   You will start to make more errors.
   Your level of performance will drop.
Fitness testing
   How do we test this aspect of fitness?

   Standardised tests?

   Activity based tests?

   To Be continued………………….
Homework
   What is the main aspect of physical fitness required in
    badminton?
   How will being effective in this aspect of fitness help your
    badminton performance?
   What effect would being poor in this aspect of fitness have on
    your performance?
   Give a detailed description of how you could test your muscular
    endurance.
   What exercises or training could you do to improve muscular
    endurance in A. your legs B. your arms

								
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