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The best way of revising is to Q and A eachother. This is the official Q & A thread.

What is meant by the principle of overload? (2 marks)

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The best way of revising is to Q and A eachother. This is the official Q & A thread.

What is meant by the principle of overload? (2 marks)

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Cheers for doing this mate; really appreciate it I just need to revise the heck out of it and get really **** hot.

Train over or above normal training intensity level.

How does lifting weights make you stronger?
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Cheers for doing this mate; really appreciate it I just need to revise the heck out of it and get really **** hot.

Train over or above normal training intensity level.

How does lifting weights make you stronger?
Lifting weights causes you to provide resistance to the muscles, which improves muscular strength and endurance.

Tell me if I'm wrong
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The best way of revising is to Q and A eachother. This is the official Q & A thread.

What is meant by the principle of overload? (2 marks)

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Hint: microscopically tears your muscles
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Hint: microscopically tears your muscles
is it gradually increasing the overload of your exercises which tears your muscles making them bigger (hypertrophy)

omg i think im gonna fail this tomorrow
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Hint: microscopically tears your muscles
Miss Tears has brought a washing machine how could this improve her cardio-vascular fitness? (3 marks)
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Hint: microscopically tears your muscles
Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is a result of microscopically tearing your muscles after doing intensive training (usually weight training). By eating protein, you gradually rebuild your muscles and they increase in size each time <-- BLAG

Q) Give the four forms of diability
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Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is a result of microscopically tearing your muscles after doing intensive training (usually weight training). By eating protein, you gradually rebuild your muscles and they increase in size each time <-- BLAG

Q) Give the four forms of diability
Metal (retardation)
Physical
Economic cant afford to pay off the mortgage
Laziness -> can't be bothered to walk gypsie
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Metal (retardation)
Physical
Economic cant afford to pay off the mortgage
Laziness -> can't be bothered to walk gypsie
Correct but you forgot social - JAC
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Correct but you forgot social - JAC
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebit...h/skeleton.swf

Have you seen KPB email (asked him to go over kicking and throwing cos i got a feeling that it will come up in the exam)
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebit...h/skeleton.swf

Have you seen KPB email (asked him to go over kicking and throwing cos i got a feeling that it will come up in the exam)
We should both email him asking to revise the same thing, with our emails both deeply passionate
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is it gradually increasing the overload of your exercises which tears your muscles making them bigger (hypertrophy)

omg i think im gonna fail this tomorrow
me too I'm actually so scared that its going to be really hard
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me too I'm actually so scared that its going to be really hard
got a feeling that kicking and throwing will be on there + did you do biology (B2&3) if you did then all you have to revise is principles of training/training zones/types of training/bones & muscle movement. The rest is either common sence or you would have already revised for biology (e.g. breathing in/out & circulatory system.
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How did you guys find it? And what did you put as the other social grouping other than peers?
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Family
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what did you put for the 5 marker on how taking part in a non competitive activity can benefit you?
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Stress relief
Socialise- make new friends, cooperation
Health
Fitness
Feel good factor- Intristic reward, make yourself feel good

I wasn't sure about the last one (intristic reward)
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What did you guys put for the last 8 marker one??
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What was the 8 marker question asking us?
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