Intermediate 1/2 & Higher
Physical Education
Preparation of the body
Lesson Objectives
Cycle of analysis
Types of fitness
Aspects of fitness
Fitness requirements for football
General Data Gathering
Preparation of the Body
Key Concepts:
Fitness assessment in relation to personal performance
and the demands of the activity.
Application of different types of fitness in the
development of activity specific performance.
Physical, skill-related and mental types of fitness.
Principles and methods of training.
Planning, implementing and monitoring training. (cycle of
analysis)
Cycle of Analysis
Stage 4
Review
Stage 1
Investigate
Stage 3
Develop
Stage 2
Analyse
Types of Fitness
Q.
How many types of fitness are
there and what are they?
3 Types of Fitness
Physical
Skill-related
Mental
Physical Fitness
Q.
What are the different aspects of
physical fitness?
Physical
Fitness
CRE
Local
Muscular
Endurance
Strength
Power
Speed
Flexibility
Speed
Endurance
Skill Related Fitness
Q.
What are the different aspects of skill
related fitness?
Skill
Related
Agility
Reaction
Time
Balance
Timing
Coordination
Movement
anticipation
Mental Fitness
Q.
What are the different aspects of mental
fitness?
Mental
Level of
Arousal
Rehearsal
Managing
Emotions
Fitness requirements of Football
Football is a fast fluctuating game involving bouts
of intense energy sprints interspersed with periods
of low intense walks or jogs.
Furthermore the demands made on cardio
respiratory endurance and speed endurance can
significantly effect how a performer maintains
his/her skill level throughout the 90 minute period.
Performance level
Time
Specific fitness demands of
different roles
For effective performance you require a wide
repertoire of technical, physical and mental skills
Although all players require a combination of...
cardio respiratory endurance, speed endurance,
muscular endurance, power, speed, strength and
flexibility...
the specific fitness requirements of each player will
vary dependent on their position and role.
Didier Drogba - Forward
Strength
Speed
Power
Steven Gerrard – Central Midfield
Cardio-Respiratory
Endurance
Strength
Managing Emotions
Agility
Cristiano Ronaldo – Right Midfield
Speed Endurance
Agility
Managing Emotions
Specific fitness demands of different roles
Position: Midfielder
Fitness Requirements

Cardio Respiratory Endurance- to cope with the high intensity
demands of continual movement for the duration of the match

Speed Endurance- to continually make repeated sprints over varied
distances

Strength- to hold off strong challenges and win tackles

Agility- to create gaps, move quickly into space and turn quickly with
the ball to change direction

Determination- to continually work hard in defence and attack
throughout the game.
Testing physical fitness
After naming the specific aspects of physical
fitness required for your position it was
important to test your level of fitness.
There are two ways of doing this
Within the activity – General Data
Out-with the activity – Specific Data
Football
Physical
Fitness
Specific
Position
Specific
Aspects of
fitness
Within
Activity
Test Fitness
Outwith
Activity
Time related observation
schedule
Movement Analysis
General Analysis
Video recorded my performance in an 11v11 game of football
against a team of similar ability….
I used this video to complete a movement analysis, time related
observation schedule (TROS)…..
This analysed how often I walked, jogged, mid paced run and
sprinted throughout the game.
The observations were broken down into 5 minute sections this
allowed me to analyse…
The observation schedule looked like…
From the TROS I can see that…
Time related observation schedule
Look at the video of your performance
Every time you walk, jog mid paced run or sprint. Place a tick in the
appropriate box
Ever five minutes you will move on to a new section of this
observation schedule.
If required we can look at this as many times as we like, pause it or
rewind it to ensure the data we collect is as accurate as possible.
What can you tell from the observation schedule
Central Midfield
Right Midfield
Decrease in number of jogs,
mid pace runs
Decrease in number of
sprints
Increase in number of walks
and sprints
Slight decrease in number
of mid pace runs
Increase in number of jogs
Homework
Due - Thursday 26th Aug
Choose an activity
Describe in detail how you gathered general
data on your level of performance.
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Intermediate 2 & Higher Grade Physical Education