Sports, Exercise & Health Science SL

18

Chapters

196

Notes

Chapter 1 - Musculoskeletal Anatomy

Chapter 2 - Cardio - Respiratory Exercise Physiology

Chapter 3 - Nutrition & Energy Systems

Chapter 4 - Movement Analysis

Chapter 5 - Skill In Sport

Chapter 6 - Measurement & Evaluation Of Human Performance

Chapter 7 - Training To Optimize Physiological Performance

Chapter 8 - Environmental Factors & Performance

Chapter 9 - Non-Nutritional Ergogenic Aids

Chapter 10 - Individual Differences In Sport

Chapter 11 - Motivation In Sport & Exercise

Chapter 12 - Arousal, Anxiety & Performance

Chapter 13 - Psychological Skills Training

Chapter 14 - Overtraining, Stress & Burnout In Adolescent Athletes

Chapter 15 - Physical Activity & Health

Chapter 16 - Nutrition For Sport & Exercise

Chapter 17 - Internal Assessment & Practical Work

Chapter 18 - Perparing for your exams

Sports, Exercise & Health Science SL

667 words

4 mins read

Last edited onย 5th Nov 2024

**Definition:**Study of**motion**- how a body or object changes its position.**Types of Motion****Linear Motio**n**(Straight Line):**Imagine an ice hockey puck zooming straight across the ice. ๐**Curvilinear Motion****(Curve):**Like a shot-put making a big arc in the sky before it lands. ๐๐**Angular Motion (Rotational):**Think of a gymnast flipping around a high bar like they're the Earth rotating around its axis. ๐คธโ๏ธ๐**General Motion**: Combo of linear + angular. Most common in sports. Even if you're sprinting straight, your limbs are rotating! ๐โ๏ธ

**Fun Fact**: Even when you're just running in a straight line during a race, your legs are spinning like the wheels on a car! ๐

**Vector**: Has size and direction. If you're walking 5km to the North, the distance and North part make it a vector! ๐ถโ๏ธ๐งญ**Scalar**: Only size. If you've eaten 3 pizzas - that's a scalar (and also impressive). ๐**Mixing & Matching**- Same direction vectors? Just add 'em up!
- Different direction vectors? You'll need some fancy math.
- Scalars? Simple arithmetic works. Add, subtract, multiply, divide.

**Think of it this way**: A scalar is like telling someone how many apples you have. A vector is telling them how many apples you have and where you're throwing them!

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Sports, Exercise & Health Science SL

667 words

4 mins read

Last edited onย 5th Nov 2024

**Definition:**Study of**motion**- how a body or object changes its position.**Types of Motion****Linear Motio**n**(Straight Line):**Imagine an ice hockey puck zooming straight across the ice. ๐**Curvilinear Motion****(Curve):**Like a shot-put making a big arc in the sky before it lands. ๐๐**Angular Motion (Rotational):**Think of a gymnast flipping around a high bar like they're the Earth rotating around its axis. ๐คธโ๏ธ๐**General Motion**: Combo of linear + angular. Most common in sports. Even if you're sprinting straight, your limbs are rotating! ๐โ๏ธ

**Fun Fact**: Even when you're just running in a straight line during a race, your legs are spinning like the wheels on a car! ๐

**Vector**: Has size and direction. If you're walking 5km to the North, the distance and North part make it a vector! ๐ถโ๏ธ๐งญ**Scalar**: Only size. If you've eaten 3 pizzas - that's a scalar (and also impressive). ๐**Mixing & Matching**- Same direction vectors? Just add 'em up!
- Different direction vectors? You'll need some fancy math.
- Scalars? Simple arithmetic works. Add, subtract, multiply, divide.

**Think of it this way**: A scalar is like telling someone how many apples you have. A vector is telling them how many apples you have and where you're throwing them!

Dive deeper and gain exclusive access to premium files of Sports, Exercise & Health Science SL. Subscribe now and get closer to that 45 ๐