Exercise Physiology – Tuesday 23 November | 9.30-12.30
Tuesday 23 November 9.30-12.30
Outline: This event is for you if you’re starting out with Exercise Physiology or have some experience and wish to increase your knowledge and confidence
It will equip you with a variety of tools to enable your students to engage with and apply their knowledge to some of the more challenging topic areas.
A variety of teaching and learning strategies will be explored, as well as essential revision and examination technique.
- Diet and Nutrition
- the athlete v the sedentary person
- energy intake, expenditure and balance
- linked to strength and endurance
- Training methods and fitness components
- strategies to enhance students’ understanding
- exemplified through strength training
- Physiological adaptations – different training methods
- exemplified through aerobic training
- Periodisation of Training – planning a programme
- Injuries: Hard and Soft v Acute and Chronic
- Synoptic: explored via varied Exercise Physiology topic areas
- improving performance in the 20-mark question
- approaches for accessing the higher mark scheme level
9.30 – 10.45 Session one
10.45 – 11.00 Stretch break / refresh / discussion
11.00 – 12.15 Session two
12.15 – 12.30 Chat will remain open
Tim is head of academic PE & Sports Science at Lord Wandsworth College, Hampshire. He is a highly experienced A-Level PE Principal and Senior examiner with >20 years’ experience teaching A-Level PE. Tim is a subject expert and trainer for a leading exam board.