Female participation and popularity in sports increased dramatically in the twentieth century, especially in the last quarter-century, reflecting changes in modern societies that emphasized gender parity. Although there has been a rise in participation by women in sports, a large disparity still remains.
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Technology is changing every facet of sport, from how it is played to the way we watch it. It's changing the way we engage with sport, and how we experience it. However with the increase in technology comes a battle for consumer attention and sports organisations are facing fierce competition for fan loyalty.
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I've always been curious about how technology changes sports. What advances have we seen in the last 100 years that make a difference? How are sports different today? In this video I describe some of the most noticeable changes to the sports we know and love in the last few decades.
One of the biggest changes we have seen in sports because of technology is SAFETY. Our athletes are much better protected, and in the case of any injuries, are able to recover more faster and more completely than they have in the past.
Another excellent example of tech in sports is HIGH PERFORMANCE. We see world records being broken every year because athletes can train smarter, use better technology, and continue to make micro-adjustments in their play to be even better year after year. Much closer interaction between the equipment companies and the athletes has led to new innovations in sports technology that I am very excited about!
So many more reasons that sports have changed because of technology, but you’ll just have to check out the video for the rest! I hope you enjoy!
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Inclusive Physical Education: Students with disabilities in PE/Sport
This video gives a brief introduction into what is inclusive physical education. The video also covers the various impairment types seen in schools as well as giving brief introduction to the TREE framework tool. Physical Education is designed around participation, development of fundamental skills and progressing in sport and games. PE is not a place to exclude based on ability or perceived weakness. Inclusive Education ensures students with impairment are immersed into the lesson one way or another.
A video on Sportsmanship and Gamesmanship for GCSE PE.
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The Olympics are upon us, and unfortunately, many athletes use performance enhancing drugs to boost their ability. What exactly does doping and steroids do to your body?
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In this video we take a look at the physical and mental benefits of an exercise program.
What are the benefits of an exercise program?
In this video we are going to look at some of the major benefits, both physical and metal, that an exercise program can bring to your life. Let’s start with the physical benefits.
A. Physical benefits.
1. Cardiovascular and respiratory improvement
Over time, you end up strengthening the cardiac muscle that surrounds your heart, you also pump a greater volume of blood with each stroke, which causes a decrease in resting heart rate. You develop more red blood cells which improve your ability to bring oxygen to your muscles, and your lungs become stronger and better at supplying your body with the oxygen it needs.
2. Reduction in health risk factors
Regular exercise can reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease, developing type 2 diabetes, and metabolic syndrome. Research also shows active people have a lower risk of colon and breast cancer. Regular exercise can also increase your chances of living longer.
3. Increased metabolic rate
Metabolic rate is the rate at which your body burns calories. During exercise, you obviously burn more calories than when at rest, however, your metabolic rate at rest is enhanced even after your workout session is completed as your body uses energy to repair muscles and replenish atp storage and glycogen storage. This does depend on several factors, including the intensity of the exercise and your current fitness level.
4. Decreased risk of falls
Incorporating balance, coordination and muscle strengthening activities into your exercise program can improve your motor skills thus reducing the risk of falling.
5. Bone health improvement
Impact activities such as plyometrics and jumping, and resistance training can slow the loss of bone density that comes with age. Playing sports that involve running and jumping can be advantageous as well.
6. Weight loss and reduced obesity
Physical activity can be a key part of a complete weight management plan to avoid excessive fat gain, and to maintain a healthy weight. Regular exercise burns more calories, and increases muscle mass, both of which are key to weight loss and weight maintenance.
B. Mental Benefits
1. Increased feelings of well being
Exercising enhances the action of endorphins and enkephalins, which improve natural immunity and reduce the perception of pain. Regular Exercise can also improve mood, feelings of having more energy and overall quality of life.
2. Better sleep
Research has shown that regular exercise helps people fall asleep faster and enjoy a deeper sleep. It can also improve sleep duration, and decrease middle of the night wake ups providing a better overall sleep quality.
3. Better brain function
Regular exercise can reduce fatigue, improving alertness and concentration. Physical activity improves blood circulation, which delivers oxygen to the brain at a faster pace, which leads to sharper thinking.
4. Increased self esteem
Regular exercise can improve your body shape, increasing your confidence in your appearance, thus increasing your self esteem. Exercise also promotes a sense of accomplishment, which can increase your confidence in taking on other tasks in your life.
And that be some of the major physical and mental benefits of an exercise program.
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A lesson to help explain methods to help demonstrate and capture skill proficiency in different sporting contexts, in line with the Leaving Certificate in Physical Education (LCPE) during a student's Physical Activity Project, Performance Assessment and PE Theory Exam.
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