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Physical Education - Fitness Training Principles and Methods


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Low

Equivalent to FETAC

Level 5

Equivalent to QCF (UK)

Level 3

Language

EN

Publisher

XSIQ

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Modules in Physical Education - Fitness Training Principles and Methods

Basic muscle physiology

This free online course is a review of basic muscle physiology and looks at topics such as the motor unit and the regulation of muscular force.

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Muscle groups

This free online course is a review of the major muscles in the body, the types of muscles and their microscopic structure, and how muscles contract.

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Information on the heart

This free online course is an introduction to the heart and looks at the location of the heart, the size of the heart and what regulates the activity of the heart.

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Energy systems

This free online course is a review of the energy systems in the body such as the aerobic system, the anaerobic system and the lactic acid system.

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Converting food to energy

This free online course is a review of how food is converted into energy, and looks at the conversion of carbohydrates, fats and proteins into energy for exercise.

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The principles of training

This free online course is a review of the principles of training such as the overload principle and the principle of specificity.

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Training principles

This free online course is an introduction to training principles such as intensity, overload, duration and variety.

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Training methods

This free online course is a review of training methods such as circuit training, Fartlek training, interval training and plyometrics.

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Maximal oxygen uptake

This free online course is a review of the physiology of the maximal oxygen uptake (VO2 max.) in exercise and how it is measured.

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Acute responses

This free online course is an introduction to acute responses of the respiratory, muscular and cardiovascular systems to exercise.

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Chronic training responses

This free online course is an introduction to chronic responses to exercise and reviews aerobic and anaerobic respiration.

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Fatigue and recovery

This free online course discusses fatigue and recovery from exercise and reviews latic acid build-up and glycogen restoration in muscles.

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The core components of fitness

This free online course is an introduction to the core components of fitness such as agility, flexibility, muscular endurance, balance and reaction time.

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Assessment of fitness

This free online course covers the assessment of fitness using fitness tests.

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Comments & Reviews

  • Denis Tjetjinda Namibia This course teach us how to plan best personal training programs ,in order for the athlete to give the best performance required 2014-04-09 11:04:51
  • Aniekan Udoeden Nigeria Thank you Jesus for bringing this site to my door step. 2014-04-07 12:04:27
  • Kate De Rees United Kingdom Very informative and educational. 2014-03-29 11:03:45
  • Andrew Edmonds United Kingdom Excellent educated course. This has given me a refresher of principles with exercise. I have now completed my second course with Alison Certified Learning. I completely recommend. Andy Edmonds (Advanced Personal Trainer) 2014-03-26 17:03:25
  • Sonu Kumar New Zealand Course Module: Training methods Course Topic: Training methods: flexibility Comment: thank you .it's really a very good exercise to learn. u explaination is very clear. 2013-08-01 11:08:18
  • Annette Horton Australia Found his course quite informative. 2013-03-09 21:03:34
  • Muhammadu Issadeen Mohamed Mawjood Sri Lanka Course Module: Basic muscle physiology
    Course Topic: Basic muscle physiology
    Comment: I'm a Fitness Instructor of POWER HOUSE GYM- MAWANELA, SRILANKA. This course very use full for me to do my job very well. I refer this course to people who wish to live healthy life. 2013-02-04 12:02:27
  • Irfan Munir United Kingdom Course Module: Muscle groups
    Course Topic: Joint actions
    Comment: all of this is new to me p.s wen we take daily breaks for even memorisation and daily activeities do we start from exactly where we left off 2012-11-29 12:11:39
  • Nabil Ali Iraq Course Module: Converting food to energy
    Course Topic: The conversion of food to energy: fats
    Comment: **"A high-fat diet, even for an athlete, is bad, as it leads to obesity, cardiovascular disease and atherosclerosis." link to this page is http://alison.com/topic/learn/875/20944/converting-food-to-energy/the-conversion-of-food-to-energy-fats comment :many new studies showes that fat is a better fuel than carb. see link below for details http://www.marksdailyapple.com/a-metabolic-paradigm-shift-fat-carbs-human-body-metabolism/#axzz28JgrSEIV 2012-10-04 09:10:46
  • Francina Roberts United States of America Course Module: Basic muscle physiology
    Course Topic: The motor unit
    Comment: For example- your rectus femoris(one of the 4 quadriceps muscle) might contain 1million muscle fibre controlled motor nerve. so, on average each motor until will consit entirely of either slow twich or fast or fast twich. the compoistion of slow and fast motor units. 2012-05-31 21:05:23
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