Hire Writer Later in thehowever, Dun experienced behavioral problems emanated from his inability to control his negative emotions at school, and the school authorities required him to suspend class and even suggested his parents to moved him to a special school. However, Dun told me he wanted to stay and was willing to do anything for a chance to go back.
Hire Writer Demonstrate comprehensive understanding of the strength and weaknesses of the application of the method of training. You should show an interrelationship between the biophysical principles.
Anaerobic training is really good in context to the various sports I participate in because in netball, basketball and touch you are not always on the move but you have to exert small bursts of energy at a time e.
The small exerts of energy are using a high build-up of ATP within the muscle cells. Demonstrate comprehensive understanding of the application of biophysical principles. Short interval training I used short interval training in my training programme because I wanted to challenge myself and improve my health and well-being in a short amount of time.
I decided to work at a 2: I tried to move as little as possible during rest time so my body has enough time to lower as low as it possibly can before rising again to the same heart rate. During my training I noticed that I was talking to myself various times in a workout telling myself to keep going and reminding myself of the number of reps that were left.
This showed that my brain was also being trained along with my muscles and the brain is one of the hardest muscles to train in the body. Plyometric training I used plyometric training to build power and speed in my legs by speed skipping and double under skipping.
This type of training is important to building power and speed in my lower body by pushing my muscles to move from extension to contraction in a short time at an explosive rate.
When doing double under skipping I experienced very small shocks on landing in which my hip, knee and ankle extensors endured a powerful eccentric contraction. When this happened my muscles were forced to tense.
The eccentric contraction is then quickly switched to the isometric when I stopped moving downwards and then the concentric contractions, in a rapid time frame which is repeated many times.
This is builds strength in legs which can be important to runners when leaving a starting block. The reason why I used this method of training was mainly to build strength in my legs which is beneficial to my lower body.
Fartlek training Fartlek training was used in my training programme to provide variation to the normal training I did. This placed stress on my aerobic and anaerobic systems and I allowed me to work as fast or as slow as I needed to.
Between the high intensity running, I did easy and less strenuous jogging to recover for the next high intensity sprint and I could alter the periods of time that I did high intensity and low intensity running which was a bonus to myself.
The benefits of the fartlek training were that I could alter the intensity level to suit myself and it was effective to have the two intensities put into one workout.
Having this choice to alter the workout did not stop me from pushing myself though. Fartlek training helped to strengthen my legs and improve my breathing so I could maintain at a high speed for a longer period of time. Choose four principles of training. Principles of training may include the F.
T principle frequency, intensity, time, typeas well as specificity, progression, reversibility, rest and variety. Demonstrate in depth how and why these were applied to the methods of training in your programme.
Intensity How did you apply it to your training programme? I specified the intensity of the workout on my training programme before I started working out so I knew to work at a high intensity or a low intensity.
To work out my max heart rate I used the max heart rate chart on the wall in the weights room and I double checked it by using the max heart rate formula: This would ensure that I was working between bpm.
Why did you apply it to your training programme? I was working at a very high intensity which caused oxygen transfer into my muscles to be harder. Frequency How did you apply it to your training programme?Achievement standard study exemplar ; Knowledge Development in Nursing ; The Impact of the IOM Report on Nursing ; The IOM Report and The Impact of Nursing ; Topic: Nursing Exemplar.
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