Analysing Training Sessions

Report
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Heart rate
Resting Heart Rate
Working Heart Rate
Maximum Heart Rate
Target Heart Rate/Target
zone
Recovery Rate
◦ Pg 78-79
Event
Predicted time if we
Current World Record
could work at the same (to nearest second)
pace throughout the
event
100m
10 secs
10 secs
200m
19 secs
19 secs
400m
40 secs
43 secs
800m
1 min 20 secs
1 min 41 secs
1500m
2 mins 30 secs
3 mins 26 secs
3000m
5 mins
7 mins 21 secs
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Aerobic Activity
◦ Working with oxygen
◦ If exercise is not too fast and is steady, the heart
can supply all the oxygen muscles need
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Anaerobic Activity
◦ Working without oxygen
◦ If exercise is done in short, fast bursts, the heart
cannot supply the muscles with the blood and
oxygen they need to release energy for exercise.
◦ Muscles work without oxygen and repay the oxygen
debt once the exercise has been completed.
Glucose (from Carbohydrates) is broken down in
our tissues in the presence of Oxygen to release
energy.
Glucose
Oxygen
Carbon
Dioxide
Water
Energy
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If the level of exercise is too intense, oxygen
cannot be supplied quickly enough to release
energy aerobically.
Glucose
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Energy
Lactic Acid
During recovery from anaerobic exercise the performer
will still be breathing heavily even if they are not
working hard.
This is so that they can pay back the oxygen debt that
they have developed.
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‘The amount of oxygen consumed during
recovery, above that which would normally
have been used at rest. It results from a
shortfall in availability of oxygen during
exercise.’
200
180
Heart Rate (bpm)
160
140
120
100
Session 1
80
Session 2
60
40
20
0
0
2
4
6
8 10 12 14
Time (mins)
16
18
20
180
Upper threshold
160
TARGET ZONE
Heart Rate (bpm)
140
120
Lower threshold
100
80
60
40
20
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Time (mins)
7
8
9
10
11
12
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Heart rate
Resting Heart Rate
Working Heart Rate
Maximum Heart Rate
Target Heart Rate/Target
zone
Recovery Rate
Aerobic
Anaerobic

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