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Exercise Energy Systems

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Three exercise energy systems provide energy to your working muscles. The alactic anaerobic, lactic anaerobic, and aerobic exercise energy systems are recruited to varying degrees depending on what type of exercise you are performing. Read this article to learn more about exercise energy systems.
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Activity: To be completed at the start of the unit.

 

Having read this article and gaining an understanding of the three energy systems your body uses, discuss as a class the following questions:

 

1. How do Energy Systems affect an athlete's performance?

(As the teacher, take notes and send it to the class at the end of the lesson)

 

2. Thinking of the three Energy Systems, what common sports could be categorised into each of the Systems?

(Have a student write a table on the whiteboard, listing all the sports that the class think of, so all students can copy it down)

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Volleyball : How to Pass or Bump a Volleyball - YouTube

To pass or bump a volleyball, you need to make sure you're in ready position with your knees bent, weight on your toes and ready to move forward. Pass a voll...
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This video is extremely valuable to a class at the beginning of a unit, in which they study volleyball and/or biomechanics.

 

If they are just studying the sport volleyball it is a handy video to teach the students how to pass the ball, as it goes through all the required movements and also provides a visual of how they are completed.

 

It can also help in the study of biomechanics as the visual it provides allows students to analyse the movements of the entire body, and they can watch it unlimited times, unlike if someone was to demonstrate in person, where the skill can only be viewed a limited amount of times.

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