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Science of the Summer Olympics

Science of the Summer Olympics | Senior PE | Scoop.it
NBC Learn and NBC Sports, in partnership with the National Science Foundation, explore the engineering and technology helping athletes maximize their performance at the 2012 London Games. Check back in August 2012 for lesson plans by NSTA.
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Great link to Biomechanics analysis of Usain Bolt's 100m 

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Legalise all drugs in sport – Alberto Contador was just unlucky

Legalise all drugs in sport – Alberto Contador was just unlucky | Senior PE | Scoop.it

Contador has been banned from sport for two years for doping. Contador has been stripped of his 2010 Tour de France win for steroid use...


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Short term Effects of Exercise

Short term Effects of Exercise | Senior PE | Scoop.it
The short-term, immediate effects exercise has on the body and systems such as the heart, lungs...

Via Nicola Richards, Julia J Breen, Health & PE NZ
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Paige Stanners's comment, June 5, 2014 7:01 PM
Dan, Arron, and I I also find that interesting!
Craig Crossley's curator insight, June 5, 2014 7:02 PM

YEAR 10 HPE - RESPONSE TO EXERCISE (Immediate/Acute changes)

Cassandra Thompson's comment, May 5, 2015 8:35 PM
most of this i knew and remembered from last year but there were a few good points that re jogged my memory
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ANATOMIC.US | Virtual human anatomy atlas and anatomy games

ANATOMIC.US | Virtual human anatomy atlas and anatomy games | Senior PE | Scoop.it

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Cassie Beaton's curator insight, May 7, 2013 11:02 PM

Excellent resource to help you learn the muscular, skeletal, cardivascular, respiratory and lymphatic systems

Craig Crossley's curator insight, May 8, 2013 6:38 PM

YEAR 11/12 HPE - ANATOMY (Training program / Biomechanics links)

Health & PE NZ's curator insight, May 13, 2013 8:10 AM

Senior PE training, skill acquisition, biomechanics.

Systems of the body. Good pictures, high level detail of parts.

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Interval Training Infographic - Pick the Right Workout - TRAINING METHODS

Interval Training Infographic -  Pick the Right Workout -  TRAINING METHODS | Senior PE | Scoop.it

'This Interval Training Infographic Helps You Pick the Right Workout'
Interval training, we've noted quite a few times, is a great way to get fit in a short amount of time.


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Craig Crossley's curator insight, June 5, 2013 7:11 AM

YEAR 11/12 HPE - TRAINING PROGRAM DESIGN - TRAINING METHODS (INFOGRAPHIC for the the Visual learner)

Cassie Beaton's curator insight, July 18, 2013 7:04 PM

Training program design - training methods

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Inquiry in PE

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Inquiry based learning is the future! Children are naturally inquisitive and helping them to become better independent thinkers, problems solvers should be the aim of every educator, including...

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ANATOMIC.US | Virtual human anatomy atlas and anatomy games

ANATOMIC.US | Virtual human anatomy atlas and anatomy games | Senior PE | Scoop.it

Via Cassie Beaton, Health & PE NZ
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Cassie Beaton's curator insight, May 7, 2013 11:02 PM

Excellent resource to help you learn the muscular, skeletal, cardivascular, respiratory and lymphatic systems

Craig Crossley's curator insight, May 8, 2013 6:38 PM

YEAR 11/12 HPE - ANATOMY (Training program / Biomechanics links)

Health & PE NZ's curator insight, May 13, 2013 8:10 AM

Senior PE training, skill acquisition, biomechanics.

Systems of the body. Good pictures, high level detail of parts.

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

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