(Original post by MissGeorge-x)
i just thought i'd get this going!
by no means are my answers the correct ones but im just sharing!
tbh i only did about 3days revision because im a2 with a lotta retakes lol
feel free to add to it..or correct my answers
IF ANYONE REMEMBERS THE MARKS WOULD YOU EDIT THEM IN TOO! that way people can get rough idea of what they are aiming for.
last january it was 56/90 = A , 50/90 = B, 44/90 = C, 38/90 = D, 33/90 = E
 Arterioslosis definition
progressive narrowing of the aterial blood vessel walls from fatty deposits which reduces blood flow and increases pressure
 2 chd
heart attack and angina
trip bracii bicep -wasnt sure just bulled it (lack of revision)
----so functions - i remember type 1 fibres functions and how does knowing help sport selection or something like that
really thought this was vague but this is what i wrote!
i wrote that if more type 1 then better suited to aerobic sports such as long distance running
type 2 for more anaerobic explosive sports such as sprinting and shotput
 ----venous return
again wasnt sure just bulled it (lack of revision)
i wrote about increased oxygen in the blood so there is more oxygen to muscles and vital organs = body more efficient during aerobic exercise when oxygen is required to survive the duration
 ----smoking on endurance athlete
used biology knowledge but few bullet points i included
-cigarettes contain carcinogens which can cause cancer - lung or throat
-contains so many harmful chemicals
-over production of mucas causes damage to cilliated cells and excessive coughing trying to clear
-fatty deposits stick to lungs and inside blood vessels
-gaseous exchange is affected and is no longer as effiecient which affects endurance
-increased possibility of emphysema,bronchitis, asthma which affect respiratory system so therefore affect endurance
 gross phsyco motor
gross motor- physical proficiency, involve movement and is related to physical fitness e.g. maximum strength that can be exerted against an external object
pyschomotor- involves information processing and decision making then putting them into action e.g. reaction time - being able to react to the gun quickly
schema - wasnt sure just bulled it (lack of revision)
 multistore memory - wasnt sure just bulled it (lack of revision)
 ----practice methods with examples - massed, distributive, fixed and variable
massed- practice continuously without breaks and intervals. e.g basketball player shooting continuously
distributive- practice with intervals to allow recovery e.g swimmer swimming a length then rest while teacher gives feedback
fixed- movement practiced continuously in stable environment e.g discus thrower practicing n the circle..weight of discus is same etc
variable- skill practiced in different environments with realistic conditions e.g 4vs5 passing in footie
 bandura --- + something about modelling healthy balanced lifestyle
tbh i really hadnt revised Bandura
didnt understand the second part either
but i just wrote healthy balanced lifestyle is day to day equilibrium social, mental and physical with examples?
 ---- physical endevour and prowess
endevour - effort
prowess - skill
 ---- physical recreation differs to sport
physical recreation - 1) for amateurs 2) when and where decided by participant 3)limited funding,not competitive 3)benefits: stress relief, relaxations, sociable
sport - 1)for those with physical prowess and endeavour 2) played in designated places with fixed boundaries or purpose built facilities at a fixed time for predetermined length 4)high level of competition, official and rules, sponsorship and media interest 5)benefits: intrinsic- personal satisfaction/achievement extrinsic-money or fame
 ---- amateurism to proffesionalism
felt question was bit vague..
i wrote only about upper middle class being able to afford to not work and participate.
then public school boys having time,space,money and transport eventually allowed competition against other schools..seen as character development etc
then moving to proffesh...the boys becoming governers of ngbs and estbalishing rules, becoming coaches and officials, training to provide services etc..
did i go off topic?
 ---- australia
I went blank..used a2 knowledge and only wrote...
benchmark against national success against motherland (uk)
 ---- drugs
causes: pressures of media, desire to win - extrinsic and intrinsic
effects: potential death, bad role model, negative media, sanctions (stripped of achievements)
solutions: tougher sanctions, drug awareness, regular random testing