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Standard Grade PE. The body: Aspects of fitness CARDIO RESPIRATORY ENDURANCE MUSCULAR ENDURANCE. Learning Outcomes. Pupils will learn: Definition of cardio-respiratory endurance and muscular endurance Test for CRE and muscular endurance

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standard grade pe

Standard Grade PE

The body:

Aspects of fitness

CARDIO RESPIRATORY ENDURANCE

MUSCULAR ENDURANCE

learning outcomes
Learning Outcomes

Pupils will learn:

  • Definition of cardio-respiratory endurance and muscular endurance
  • Test for CRE and muscular endurance
  • Benefits of having a good level of CRE and muscular endurance
  • How to train to develop CRE and muscular endurance
  • Activities which require CRE and muscular endurance
throughout the lesson
Throughout the lesson…..

You will compile all of this information on a mind map

Leave space for the following titles:

  • Definition
  • Test
  • Benefits of a good CRE system
  • Method of training
  • Description of training session
  • How to overload training
  • Importance in team activity
  • Importance in individual activity
  • Benefits through training
example mind map
Example mind map:

Improvements which can

be made through

training

Test for CRE

Cardio-respiratory

endurance

Methods of training

for CRE

Definition of CRE

Description of training

for CRE (including

overload session)

Why is it important

for team & individual

Activities.

Benefits of having

good CRE

cardio respiratory endurance
Cardio-Respiratory Endurance

Definition

  • The ability to provide the working muscles with a sufficient supply of oxygen over a long period of time.
main benefits of a good cardio respiratory system
Main benefits of a good cardio respiratory system:
  • Maintain a high standard of performance for a long period of time
  • Less effort required for the same amount of work
  • You can recover quicker.
method of training
Method of training

To develop cardio-respiratory endurance you could use the following methods of training:

  • Fartlek
  • Interval training
  • Circuit
  • Long distance running. (continuous training)
description of a training session
Description of a training session

Long distance running:

  • I ran for 20 minutes at a steady pace, within my aerobic training zone.

Overload??

  • I ran for 25 minutes at a steady pace, at the higher end of my aerobic training zone.
improvements through training
Improvements through training:
  • Lung capacity gets bigger, more oxygen gets to the muscles
  • Heart size increases, more blood pumped round the body with each stroke
  • More oxygen to the muscles, allowing you to work for longer
  • Heart rate back to normal quicker.
activities which require cre
Activities which require CRE
  • Long distance running
  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Hockey
  • Netball
  • Etc etc…..
test for cre
Test for CRE
  • Bleep test:

Multi-stage fitness test which involves running 20 metre shuttles to exhaustion within a designated time frame.

importance in an individual activity
Importance in an individual activity
  • In badminton I have to move around constantly for the duration of the game, covering the entire court.
importance in a team activity
Importance in a team activity
  • In netball, as a centre, I have to run constantly throughout the game in order to chase after loose balls and cover the court to support my defensive and attacking players.
aerobic anaerobic
Aerobic / Anaerobic
  • Aerobic activity is when the supply of oxygen is sufficient to keep the muscles working. The longer you can work aerobically the longer your skill level will remain high.
  • Anaerobic activity is when you become unable to supply the working muscles with enough oxygen. You can increase you anaerobic endurance with training
muscular endurance
Muscular Endurance

Leave space for the following titles:

  • Definition
  • Test
  • Benefits of having good ME
  • Method of training
  • Description of training session
  • How to overload training
  • Importance in team activity
  • Importance in individual activity
muscular endurance1
Muscular Endurance

Definition

  • A muscle or group of muscles, working continuously, with a sufficient supply of oxygen over a long period of time.
benefits of having good muscular endurance
Benefits of having good muscular endurance
  • Muscles can continue to work at a high level for a long period of time
training to improve me
Training to improve ME
  • Method: Circuit training
  • Description: e.g. 12 exercises using various muscle groups, press ups, squat thrusts, shuttle runs. Work for 1 minute, rest for 30 sec, repeat for 3 laps.
  • Weight training: using LIGHT weights and HIGH repetitions.
test for me
Test for ME
  • Muscular endurance can be tested by measuring the number of repetitions of an exercise that you can complete in 1 minute. e.g. Sit ups, squat thrusts and press ups.
  • The test could be repeated 6 weeks later to check for improvements.
activities which require me
Activities which require ME
  • Cycling
  • Canoeing
  • Long distance swimming
  • Any more….?
why important in individual activities
Why important in individual activities?

Swimming – to be able to maintain a long arm pull for the duration of the race

why important in team activities
Why important in team activities?

Volleyball – ME in arms - to be able to play accurate sets for the duration of the game.

homework
Homework
  • Complete homework sheets for Tuesday!!!