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Weight Stereotyping: The Secret Way People Are Judging You Based on Your Body

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It's based on your body type, and it's rampant. In an exclusive Glamour survey, women reveal how harsh the weight stereotyping is--and what you can do about being unfairly sized up.

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AS PE Acq Phases of Learning

AS PE Acquisition of Skill - Phases of Learning wk 4. As per usual, make good notes on the screencast and bring to lesson to discuss! This will be part of yo...
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Sports psychology: More than a good attitude - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

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Looking for an edge on the court or field, teams are increasingly adding focus between the ears.

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Luis Valdes's curator insight, March 12, 2013 2:00 PM

Great article on the increased use of sports psychologists on college campuses.  

Craig Crossley's curator insight, March 12, 2013 10:08 PM

YEAR 12 HPE - TERM 4 SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

Mark A. Taylor's curator insight, March 15, 2013 2:50 AM

attitude=altitude

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The Physiology of an IRONMAN - ENERGY SYSTEMS/RESPONSES TO EXERCISE

The Physiology of an IRONMAN - ENERGY SYSTEMS/RESPONSES TO EXERCISE | 3.3 Resources | Scoop.it
A “Magic School Bus” tour of your body's inner workings over 140.6 miles.

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Hannah Chappell-Dick's curator insight, June 12, 2013 4:26 PM

Pre-Race

-epinephrine release: blood rushing to muscles, jitters

Swim

-Swimming take 4x more energy than running that distance

-thermoregulation easier in cool water

-produce ATP with less oxygen: anaerobic glycolysis

-epinephrine dulls discomfort

Bike

-dehydration causes loss in blood volume, less O2 gets to heart

-fat nearly unlimited resource, but won't keep you moving fast.. need electrolytes. and to build a new source of carbs for the run.

Run

-body starts eating muscle tissue for protein: catabolism

Post-Race

-susceptible to sickness due to low amino acid levels

Peter Mellow's comment, June 13, 2013 9:47 PM
I remember doing my only Full IronPerson back in 1991. I still have the Polar Heart Rate graphs for my bike and run. Fun physiology and fatigue! :-)
Kelly Paduch's curator insight, September 23, 2013 3:26 PM

this is a sport near and dear to my heart; what a great way to have an understanding of what you put your body through during an Ironman

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Overtraining poses injury risk to young athletes - TRAINING PROGRAM DESIGN & EVALUATION (O/T)

Overtraining poses injury risk to young athletes - TRAINING PROGRAM DESIGN & EVALUATION (O/T) | 3.3 Resources | Scoop.it
Young athletes who specialize in one sport and train intensively have a significantly higher risk of stress fractures and other severe overuse injuries.

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William Aplin's curator insight, April 6, 2014 11:30 PM

This article highlights the importance of rest and relaxation to prevent overtraining in adolescents who actively specialise in a sport.

Paige Stanners's comment, June 5, 2014 6:48 PM
Dan, Arron, and I found this article very useful as it explained the importance of not overtraining in a specific sport. This article will relate to principles/methods of training
Paige Stanners's comment, June 5, 2014 6:48 PM
Dan, Arron, and I found this article very useful as it explained the importance of not overtraining in a specific sport. This article will relate to principles/methods of training
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Are elite athletes born or made?

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Notable former champions and coaches argue that a series of unusual circumstances coming together with plenty of practice is often behind a sport star's ascension.

 

PM - The nature vs nurture debate continues!

 


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Craig Crossley's curator insight, June 5, 2013 7:02 AM

YEAR 11 SKILL ACQUISITION TERM 1 2014

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Miami Heat's Ray Allen is "Automatic" - SKILL ACQUISITION

Miami Heat's Ray Allen is "Automatic" - SKILL ACQUISITION | 3.3 Resources | Scoop.it
"Shoot your same shot over and over, and don't have wasted shots.  That's one thing we all noticed. Anytime we're just shooting around, or even playing a game of H-O-R-S-E, he's serious, he's shooting the shot he's going to shoot in the game.

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, June 5, 2013 7:08 AM

YEAR 11 HPE - SKILL ACQUISITION TERM 1 2014

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Practice makes perfect? Not so much - SKILL ACQUISITION

Practice makes perfect? Not so much - SKILL ACQUISITION | 3.3 Resources | Scoop.it

New research led by Michigan State University's Zach Hambrick suggests practice doesn't necessarily make perfect.


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Craig Crossley's curator insight, June 19, 2013 6:24 PM

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Turns out, that old “practice makes perfect” adage may be overblown. New research led by Michigan State University’s Zach Hambrick finds that a copious amount of practice is not enough to explain why people differ in level of skill in two widely studied activities, chess and music.

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The Upside of Stereotypes

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Why you might actually be a better driver than your wife

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Teaching Methods

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To facilitate the learning of new technical skills you will need to develop your knowledge of the learning process and the various teaching methods
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Sports Psychology - Motivation

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A level revision - A summary of motivation, what is motivation and how can it affect performance.
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How important is a Warm-up before Exercise? - TRAINING SESSION DESIGN

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How important is a Warm-up before Exercise? Here is what the ProUnit Performance Trainer has to say... The foundation to any good exercise program like with the ProUnit Performance Trainer starts w...

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, March 14, 2013 10:01 PM

YEAR 11 HPE - TERM 4 2013 (TRAINING PROGRAM/SESSION DESIGN)

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Why CrossFit might be the best exercise style for you - TRAINING METHODS

Why CrossFit might be the best exercise style for you - TRAINING METHODS | 3.3 Resources | Scoop.it

If you love to compete against the clock & feel that you need a challenging workout to keep you motivated then a CrossFit style workout could be for you.


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Cassie Beaton's curator insight, March 14, 2013 9:35 PM

Training methods

Abhishek Kumar's comment, June 5, 2014 6:47 PM
Me, Tyler, and Raul found this article to be interesting and useful as it relates specifically to the tough guy challenge, and the aspects of high intensity and predominantly high impact style. However in our opinion we disagree that cross fit is the best but cross fit is not a one size that fits all situation so can be modified to suit our personal improvement program .
Abhishek Kumar's comment, June 5, 2014 6:47 PM
Me, Tyler, and Raul found this article to be interesting and useful as it relates specifically to the tough guy challenge, and the aspects of high intensity and predominantly high impact style. However in our opinion we disagree that cross fit is the best but cross fit is not a one size that fits all situation so can be modified to suit our personal improvement program .
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Motivation in Sports Psychology - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

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Sports psychology, Motivation - Increase your strength speed and stamina for free at the amazing new Peak Performance sports science Library (RT @sports_perform: Motivation in Sports Psychology - The motivational dynamics of sport

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, May 6, 2013 6:27 PM

YEAR 12 HPE TERM 4 2013 - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

Brianna Norris's comment, February 18, 2014 12:44 PM
This article first talks about motivation, what it is and how important it is. It also discusses the different types of motivation such as, self-determination;how far you want to push yourself and how badly you want something, and what you are going to do to get it. Amotivation: emotional type of motivation where you feel a lack of ability and almost a paralyzed feeling. External and introjected, external is when something is bribing you, like money or a trophy also to avoid punishment. Introjected is when you are involved in something to not feel guilty about something or to be the center of attention. Identified and integrated is when you still choose but you aren't happy. Lastly, intrinsic where you are fully self motivated and you enjoy what you are doing and you carry an interest in it. There are 3 types of intristc; to know, to achieve, and "to experience stimulation"
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Why Warm Up? - General to Sport Specific - TRAINING PROGRAMS/METHODS

Why Warm Up? - General to Sport Specific - TRAINING PROGRAMS/METHODS | 3.3 Resources | Scoop.it
An article about warm up routines and types of warming up that can be conducted before exercise, racing or an event that will reduce risk of injury, increase performance, dispell myths about warming up effectively and change what you were taught in...

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, May 16, 2013 10:33 PM

YEAR 11/12 - TRAINING PROGRAM/METHODS

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10 Amazing Examples of Mind Over Matter - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

10 Amazing Examples of Mind Over Matter - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY | 3.3 Resources | Scoop.it
While we often think of our bodies and minds as two distinct entities, it turns out they are much more entwined than we might assume.

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Craig Crossley's curator insight, June 5, 2013 7:17 AM

YEAR 12 HPE - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY - not strictly a sport psychology article (athough it - SPORT VISUALISATION - gets a run at No.4)...the mind over matter aspect in other situations provides an interesting read.....

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Coaching and skill acquisition - Ric Shuttleworth - SKILL ACQUISITION

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Ric’s philosophy is based on the ‘Game Sense’ or perhaps more accurately the ‘Constraints Led’ model of coaching.


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Craig Crossley's curator insight, June 19, 2013 6:22 PM

YEAR 11 HPE - SKILL ACQUISITION

 

Ric’s philosophy is based on the ‘Game Sense’ or perhaps more accurately the ‘Constraints Led’ model of coaching. He suggests that skill should never be developed outside of a game like training environment, rather coaches should always challenge themselves to create what the successful Australian Hockey Coach, Ric Charlesworth calls ‘designer games’ so that players are learning and developing skills while inside a game like context so that the acquired skill is learned in an integrated sense rather than isolated.

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'You must forget about what's gone while batting' - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY

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'You must forget about what's gone while batting'

In cricket there is a lot of psychology in the game, especially if you are watching people who are not top-class.


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Craig Crossley's curator insight, July 21, 2013 6:37 PM

Mental preparation insight from one of the greatest of all time!

 

"You must always have that relaxing period where there's nothing happening. You must forget about what's gone. That's what I used to do to keep my concentration over a period of time"

 

YEAR 12 HPE - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY