Exercise Physiology And Training Programs

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Exercise Physiology and Training Programs. Research Report The contents included in this report will outline; the meaning of fitness, components of fitness, measurements and evaluation of physical performance capacities, the three energy systems, oxygen consumption and delivery, training methods and training principles. 2 Table of contents Contents Table of contents 1 Part A 2 Introduction 2 Part B 2 Touch analysis 2 Part C 3 Fitness components and energy systems 3 Part D 3 Process and effects of training 3 Part E 4 Evaluation and conclusion 4 Bibliography 5 Appendices 6 Appendix 1 6 Appendix 2 7 Part A Introduction Exercise physiology, as explained by exercise.com, is the study of how the body reacts to physical…show more content…
Part B Touch analysis Touch Football was only formalized in the 1970’s and is now played in all of Australia. Coaches of Rugby teams used variations of for offseason activities. The game came to be known as Touch Rugby/Football, now simply known as touch. The main differences in the rules of the game of touch and rugby league is that there is no tackling you have to touch the attacking player instead, kicking is not allowed, the dummy half cannot get touched and the ball is not allowed to drop to the ground. In the game of touch there are three positions and two players at each position on the field, the positions are middle, link and wing. The main roles for the middle are to ruck/drive the ball down the field in attack and to close down the defence. The predominant energy system used at a professional level is the lactic acid system but as they are subbed off regularly and at a senior high school level we do not have the luxury of enough players to sub on the energy system used changes to the aerobic system. Knowledge of rucking patterns and organisation helps make a great middle. The key roles in the position of link are to set up tries for the wing position and controlling the defensive and offensive line. The focal energy system used by the link position is the lactic acid system. The ability to find gaps in the defence separates good links from great ones. Lastly, the wing position, finishes off the set plays by scoring
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