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GCSE PE by Mind Map: GCSE PE

1. Performance-enhancing drugs

1.1. Beta blockers

1.1.1. Maintain low heart rate

1.1.2. Side effects

1.1.2.1. Nausea

1.1.2.2. Diarrohea

1.1.2.3. Tirdness

1.1.2.4. Depression

1.1.2.5. Insomnia

1.2. Diuretics

1.2.1. Increases the amount of urine production

1.2.2. Side effects

1.2.2.1. Dehydration

1.2.2.2. Kidney problems

1.3. Anabolic steroids

1.3.1. Mimic the male horemone testosterone

1.3.2. Side effects

1.3.2.1. Increased risk of heart attacks

1.3.2.2. High blood pressure

1.3.2.3. Liver disease

1.3.2.4. Increased risk of muscle injury

1.3.2.5. infertility in women

1.3.2.6. Death

1.4. Narcotic analgesics

1.4.1. Painkillers

1.4.2. Side effects

1.4.2.1. Loss of concentration

1.4.2.2. Loss of balance

1.4.2.3. Loss of coordination

1.4.2.4. Emotional effects

1.4.2.4.1. Hallucinations

1.5. Peptide horemones

2. Topic 1.1.3

2.1. Health

2.1.1. Positive state of complete physical, social and mental wellbeing

2.2. Fitness

2.2.1. The ability to meet the demands of the environment

2.3. Exercise

2.3.1. Form of Physical activity which maintains or improves health and fitness

2.4. Health related exercise

2.4.1. CV fitness

2.4.2. Muscular strength

2.4.3. Muscular endurance

2.4.4. Flexibility

2.4.5. Body composition

2.5. ABCPRS

2.5.1. Agility

2.5.1.1. The ability to change the body quickly to control movement

2.5.2. Balance

2.5.2.1. Ability to retain the center of mass

2.5.3. Coordination

2.5.3.1. The ability to use two or more body parts together

2.5.4. Power

2.5.4.1. The ability to undertake strength performance quickly

2.5.5. Reaction time

2.5.5.1. The time between presentation of a stimulus and the onset of movememnt

2.5.6. Speed

2.5.6.1. The differential rate at which an individual can move

3. Topic 1.1.2

3.1. Influences

3.1.1. People

3.1.1.1. Family

3.1.1.2. Peers

3.1.2. Images

3.1.2.1. Fashon

3.1.2.2. Media coverage

3.1.3. Cultural

3.1.3.1. Disability

3.1.3.2. Age

3.1.3.3. Gender

3.1.3.4. Race

3.1.4. Resources

3.1.4.1. Avalibility

3.1.4.2. Location

3.1.4.3. Access

3.1.4.4. Time

3.1.5. Health and wellbeing

3.1.5.1. Illness

3.1.6. Socio-economic

3.1.6.1. Cost

3.2. Oppertunities

3.2.1. Government initiatives

3.2.2. PESSCL

3.2.2.1. PE School Sport and Club Links

3.2.3. School Sport Partnerships

3.2.4. The organisation Sport England

3.2.4.1. Start

3.2.4.2. Stay

3.2.4.3. Succeed

3.2.5. The Youth Sport Trust TOP Link

3.2.6. Active Kids programme

3.3. Sports Participation

3.3.1. Foundation

3.3.1.1. PE Lessons in school

3.3.2. Participation

3.3.2.1. Participate regularly

3.3.3. Performance

3.3.3.1. Concentrating on sport specific skills

3.3.4. Elite/Excellence

3.3.4.1. Competing Counties/Regionals/Nationals/internationally

4. Topic 1.1.1

4.1. A healthy lifestyle has a positive effect on physical and mental welbeing

4.2. Reasons for exersising split into Physical, Mental and Social

4.2.1. Physical

4.2.1.1. Challenge

4.2.1.2. Fitness

4.2.1.3. Performance

4.2.2. Mental

4.2.2.1. Relieve stress

4.2.2.2. Mental Chalenge

4.2.2.3. Feel good

4.2.3. Social

4.2.3.1. Make new friends

4.2.3.2. Teamwork

4.3. Benefits

4.3.1. Increased fitness

4.3.2. Feeling good

4.3.3. Relieve stress and tension

4.3.4. increase confidence

4.3.5. Improve health

4.3.6. Enjoyment

4.3.7. Mental challenge

4.4. Other reasons

4.4.1. Cooperation

4.4.1.1. Teamwork

4.4.2. Competition

4.4.2.1. Psycological

4.4.3. Physical challenge

4.4.3.1. Challenging

4.4.4. Asthetic appreciation

4.4.4.1. Beautiful moments in sport

4.4.4.1.1. Trophys

4.4.4.1.2. Medals

4.4.5. Friendships

5. Topic 1.1.4

5.1. Personal Rediness

5.1.1. PAR-Q

5.1.1.1. Physical Activity Rediness Questionnaire

5.2. Exercises to asses fitness level

5.2.1. Cooper 12 minute run

5.2.2. Hand grip strength test

5.2.3. Sit and reach flexibility test

5.2.4. Harvard step test

5.2.5. Illinois agility run

5.2.6. Standing stork test

5.2.7. Sergeant jump test

5.2.8. Standing broad jump

5.2.9. Ruler drop test

5.2.10. 30-metre sprint

5.2.11. Three ball juggle

5.3. Ptinciples of training

5.3.1. Individual needs

5.3.2. Specificity

5.3.3. Progressive overload

5.3.4. Rest and recovery

5.4. FITT

5.4.1. Frequency

5.4.2. Intensity

5.4.3. Time

5.4.4. Type

5.5. SMART

5.5.1. Specific

5.5.2. Measurable

5.5.3. Achievable

5.5.4. Realistic

5.5.5. Time-bound

5.6. Methods of training

5.6.1. Interval

5.6.2. Continous

5.6.3. Fartlek

5.6.4. Circuit

5.6.5. Weight

5.6.6. Cross

5.7. The exercise session

5.7.1. Warm up

5.7.1.1. To prevent injury

5.7.1.2. Improve performance

5.7.1.3. Practise skills

5.7.1.4. Prepare psycologically

5.7.2. Streching

5.7.2.1. Static

5.7.2.2. Dynamic

5.7.3. Specific skills practice

5.7.4. Main activity

5.7.4.1. Aerobic

5.7.4.2. Anerobic

5.7.5. Cool down

5.7.5.1. Reduce heart rate

5.7.5.2. Reduce temperature

5.8. Analysing sessions

5.8.1. Heart rate

5.8.1.1. Measuring

5.8.1.2. Working

5.8.1.3. Maximum

5.8.1.4. Recovery

6. Topic 1.1.5

6.1. Exerccise, diet, work and rest