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    How'd everyone find today's exam and what sections did you chose?


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    didn't really have a clue what to put for the ex phys 20 marker?
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    about alacticd, lactic acid, glycogen replenishment, cooling aids, warm up cool down
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    Any one do biomechanics?


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    (Original post by Charlesg95)
    about alacticd, lactic acid, glycogen replenishment, cooling aids, warm up cool down
    I wrote about this just forgot warm up and cool down. What other sections you do?
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    physcology and history
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    (Original post by Charlesg95)
    physcology and history
    Same, glad football came up on history section
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    For the exercise physiology question, as it was after 5 minutes of recovery why wouldn't it be only lactacid recovery system?
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    (Original post by hannnahhh:))
    Same, glad football came up on history section

    For the exercise physiology question, as it was after 5 minutes of recovery why wouldn't it be only lactacid recovery system?
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    what did people right for evaluation of sociocultural factors that impact the development of football? it waas a bit unpredictable. i was expecting public schools etc
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    (Original post by Arsenallllllllll)
    For the exercise physiology question, as it was after 5 minutes of recovery why wouldn't it be only lactacid recovery system?
    I just wrote about both because alactacid comes before lactaicid and takes 2-3mins and so I think that's why PC stores were restored as that's what it does. Not 100% sure though
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    (Original post by tomproudlock)
    what did people right for evaluation of sociocultural factors that impact the development of football? it waas a bit unpredictable. i was expecting public schools etc
    We thought it was quite predictable as it's World Cup this year I wrote about industrialisation, transport and communications and public schools for in the past and then things today that help it develop
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    I wrote about the amateurs and professionals, the working time payments, increased free time (Saturday half days) which promoted spectatorism, the transport revolution, public school influences over the three stages. Then for today I talked about the media hype, how it's a cheap accessible game, role model and the fact that it has become a boom sport for girls, I also mention a few downsides which affected participation such as poor behaviour by the minority and less street football taking place due to concerns over safety regarding cars


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    What did everyone write about for the attitude 20 marker?


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    [QUOTE=Tramplife;48109388]What did everyone write about for the attitude 20 marker?


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    I think I did two main paragraphs; sport and habl I believe. Content: cognitive dissonance theory, persuasive communication theory and the triadic model.

    What the actual question??//??//
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    (Original post by hannnahhh:))
    I just wrote about both because alactacid comes before lactaicid and takes 2-3mins and so I think that's why PC stores were restored as that's what it does. Not 100% sure though
    Thanks for replying

    What did you think was hard in sports psychology and exercise physiology?
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    (Original post by Arsenallllllllll)
    Thanks for replying

    What did you think was hard in sports psychology and exercise physiology?
    Ermmm thought sport psychology was alright I think as a while , can't remember all questions I think. And on exercise phys all were alright just hope I've written right thing.

    What about you??
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    (Original post by hannnahhh:))
    Ermmm thought sport psychology was alright I think as a while , can't remember all questions I think. And on exercise phys all were alright just hope I've written right thing.

    What about you??
    What do you think the grade boundaries will be like this year?


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    [QUOTE=Tramplife;48117478]What do you think the grade boundaries will be like this year?


    I haven't a clue tbh
 
 
 

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