6th July 2020
Core (Years 7-11) and CTECH PE (Years 9-11)
The resources below are designed to support your child in their learning of the Core PE and CTECH PE content. The students will be required to check their emails from their specific teachers to ensure they stay on top of their assigned learning. Emails from their teachers will contain more detailed instructions and resources that the students will need.
Core PE Tasks
During the on-going lockdown, exercise is a great way to stay physically and mentally well. We have put together a list of activities that can be undertaken in confined spaces. This week students studying Core PE should focus on general fitness and cardio.
Video 1- HIIT Cardio workout
Video 2- Full body yoga
Video 3- Joe Wick’s HIIT workout
Video 4- Full body workout
Video 5- Intermediate full body workout
Select Gold, Silver or Bronze level workout to complete. You do not have to complete all the repetitions at once. You could complete 20 star jumps then complete one wall sit as long as you complete all the reps at the level you have chosen. If you cannot complete an activity please adapt this so you are still using a similar muscle group.
Tuck Jumps (50 reps)
Wall sit (30 seconds X3)
Body weight squats (50 reps)
Press Ups (20 reps)
Crunches (25 reps)
Mountain climbers (20 Reps)
Plank (30 seconds X3)
Sprints on the spot (shuttles if space available) (30 seconds X3)
Tuck Jumps (80 reps)
Wall sit (45 seconds X3)
Body weight squats (80 reps)
Press Ups (40 reps)
Crunches (50 reps)
Mountain climbers (40 Reps)
Plank (45 seconds X3)
Sprints on the spot (shuttles if space available) (45 seconds X3)
Tuck Jumps (100 reps)
Wall sit (60 seconds X3)
Body weight squats (100 reps)
Press Ups ( 60 reps)
Crunches (80 reps)
Mountain climbers (60 Reps)
Plank (60 seconds X3)
Sprints on the spot (shuttles if space available) (60 seconds X3)
CTECH PE 9PEXA
9PEXA should complete a worksheet about intrinsic factors which can prevent and cause injuries. The focus this week will be on the risk that, lack of exercise, physical defects and fatigue affect a person’s performance and the increased risks of injury. Students should focus on completing the following 3 tasks:
1. Understand that lack of exercise has negative effects on the body and how it can have a negative effect on the outcome of performance.
2. Understand how physical defects, such as weakened muscles play a part in performance and the chances of injury.
3. Shows an understanding of how tiredness and fatigue will gradually offer less muscle support to the skeleton when the body is working.
Deadline for submitting this will be Friday 10th July 2020
Submit work to: email@example.com
CTECH PE 10PEXA
This week 10PEXA should use the Maximal/Sub-Maximal PowerPoint to complete section 12 of their checklist (Maximal or Sub-Maximal). In order to complete this task you will need to answer the following:
- What is maximal exercise?
- What tests would be classed as maximal?
- What is sub maximal exercise?
- What tests would be classed as sub-maximal?
- Describe what is meant by test sequencing?
- Explain why tests need to be completed in the correct order?
- What effect would this have on the test results?
Deadline for submitting this section will be Friday 10th July 2020.
Submit to: MDanagher@whtc.co.uk