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  1. Listing question: Front muscles
    • bicep
    • tricep
    • pectorials
    • rectus abdominus
    • quadriceps
    • obliques
  2. listing question: Back view
    • deltoid
    • trapezius
    • latissimus dorsi
    • gluteus maximus
    • gastrocenemius
  3. Stress types?
    • Distress: negative stress, causing the body to have bad reactions
    • Eustress-positive stress that can help you achieve your goals
    • stressor
  4. Stress
    mind and body's reaction to everyday demands
  5. Stressor
    a stimulus that produces a stress response
  6. combating stress
    • know personality type
    • know that 20% of what you do you will always love and 20% you'll always hate
    • physical exercise relieves stress
    • see life in manageable chunks
    • simplify and prioritize
  7. principles of stretching
    • model stretch
    • should be a static position, bouncing (ballistic) movemnets are used only by the pros
    • breathe while you stretch
    • add variation of stretches
    • stretch past comfort zone but not to point of pain
  8. three principles of training
    • overload: the body adapts to routine, so demands must be increased systematically and progressively to increase stength, flexibility, flexibility, or cardio
    • progression begin in comfort and aim to go further
    • specificity: must be designed for a desired effect.
  9. circuit training:
    • 10-15 stations
    • 30-60 seconds
    • use a whistle, command or tape that notifys when to change stations.
  10. aspects of the movement task
    • content of the task-what is performed
    • goal of the task-objective of the movement
    • organization of the task-where the people and equipment go to perform movement
  11. criteria for grouping
    • p.e. teachers have no criteria for grouping
    • worst way is to let students pick
    • ability (mix skilled and unskilled)
    • gender
    • interest
    • ethnicity
    • social compatibility
    • chance aka random selection
  12. applying p.e. to the classroom
    • partcicpation: groups, enhance individual and class involvement
    • safety:remove sharp objects, keep away from corners and edges
    • noise:modify commands
  13. distractions
    • face class away from;
    • -other classes, workers, bright sunlight
    • form smaller groups
    • acknowledge the distraction, but continue the class as usual
  14. Improving Communication
    • give example of what to do and what not to do
    • personalize the instruction
    • repeat the difficult parts
    • draw on the experience of the students
    • time for questions
    • present material in enthusiastic manner
  15. ways to communicate
    • verbal-student comprehension of sport terminology
    • demonstration-use students whenever possible
    • emphasize important information
  16. throwing activities
    • large balls and targets for young children
    • throw and catch with partner
    • experiment with different ways of throwing
    • increase throwing distance
  17. task presenation
    • attention of the student
    • use whistle in large areas
    • have a set way to get everyone to listen

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