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Fbxccc

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Idealism:
Idealism has three main implications for education:
+ an emphasis on theory before practice; + an emphasis on logical thinking; + a high value attached to liberal education.

Empiricism

Educational implications of the technical-rational model
+ Learning is a science and has general principles.
+ The teacher or designer determines what is learned and how, according to scientific principles.
+ The purposes or ends of education are not discussed; values are taken for granted. + The learner will respond to learning stimuli in a predictable way. + The technical-rational model works best in the training of skills and competencies, where behaviour can be observed.

Romanticism
Educational implications of child-centred education
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Case

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1. Classifique as variáveis em qualitativa e quantitativa. () Cor preferida. () Índice de liquidez. () Sexo. e) qualitativa, quantitativa, qualitativa .
2. Classifique as variáveis quantitativas em contínuas (c) ou discretas (d).
( ) População: atletas Variável: altura ( ) P.: pacientes de um hospital Variável: pacientes com insuficiência cardíaca. ( ) P.: bebês monitorados em uma UTI neonatal Variável: peso b) contínua, discreta, contínua.
3. Em uma escola de ensino médio, há 300 alunos divididos em 6…..b)36
4. São fases do método estatístico:
1. A apuração. 2. A coleta. 3. A crítica. 4. A definição do problema. 5. O planejamento.
Qual a ordem correta dessas fases? b. 4, 5, 2, 3, 1
5. Considere a série abaixo. Podemos

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LETS GO!!!!

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WARM UP: (just what u gonna do)

 - cardio 5 min.
- Scapula push up (10) no doblar codo
 - Scapula dip (10) colgado, no codo.
 - Scapula dominada (10)colgado, no codo
 - Scapula Foam roll (20-30sec)
 - Armpit Foam roll (10 each)
 - Rotator cuff (30s)
 - Chest + hombro stretch (30s) chest down, waist up.
 - Hombro dislocado (30s) palo alante y atras depie.
 - Back foam roll (30s) abrazado.
 - side leans o Jesucristo (10) palo, depie, arms wide.
 - Vasto externo Foam Roll (15s each)
 - Aductores Foam Roll (15s each)
 - Rollovers + knee circles (10) opcional
 - Escalador y frog (10) opcional
 - Hip flexor (10s each) + squat fondo (max. Obj 5min).
 - 10-20 push-ups (Upper)
 - 4-10 pull-ups. (upper)
 - 10-30 squats (lower)
 - 10-30 lunges (lower)

UPPER
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Physical valences

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2.Warm-up:Warming up is part of the initial phase of any PE session. It prepares the body to make an effort, it improves perfomance and it helps to prevent possible injuries. 2.1Factors that must be considered: Age, The sport/activity, Personal level, The time of the day. 2.2Types of warm-ups: General warm-up, Specific warm-up, Preventive warm-up, Active warm-up. 2.3General characteristics: Between 10 and 20 minutes, The rhythm should be progressive, Adapted to the activity is going to follow, Done individually or in pairs, equipment can be used.2.4Phases of the warm-up: Slow run, Joint mobility exercises and dynamic stretching, General exercises, Specific excercises.3.Endurance: It is defined as the capacity that allows us maintain physical
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Training "mixed fibers" muscle

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Accesory muscle aidiing in Ventilation: Transverse abdominis, diaphragm, rectus abdominis, obliques.

Site in the body where respiration occurs: Alveoli(blood) Capillary(Muscle)

Inside human body where partial pressure of oxygen is highest: base of the lungs

Where do the cells produce CO2: In the tissues

Primary way of gas exchange takes place in human body from areas of high flow to areas of low flow: Pressure gradiant

Hemoglobin to tissues Curve associated with loading and unloading of oxygen. Changes in blood acidity, blood temp: Oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve

Why does AVO2 diff go up in exercise intensity: Muscles are consuming more oxygen so there is less oxygen being returned to heart.

Overload principle: Stressor must be greater than habitual... Continue reading "Training "mixed fibers" muscle" »

Training "mixed fibers" muscle

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Strength related adaptations: hypertrophy, increase mitochondria number, antioxidant status, steroids, hyperplasia

Overload: for training effect to occur, a system or tissue must be challenged with an intensity, duration or frequency of exercise which it is unaccustomed. Emdurance training program that increase VO2 max involve large muscle mass in activity for 20 to 60 min three or more times per week, at 50 to 85% inten.

Once a week endurance training is not sufficient to maintain gains

Strength training once a week is enough to maintain strength.

Fitness/Fatigue model: Fatigue continues to increase until you take an extended break

Safest form of stretching: Static or passive

Central Fatigue cause: excessive use, heat, serotonin/dopamine ratio(... Continue reading "Training "mixed fibers" muscle" »

Tactic Cards To Play

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Tactic Cards To Play

Clear and Hold: Only card That can be played outside of your turn; Play when your opponent draws on their turn, And you then draw as well.


Coercion: Take hold of an Opponent’s warrior.


Countervalue: Choose an Opponent’s card and shuffle it back into the deck.


Deception: A warrior card You pick up can be placed face down in any placement you choose.


Heavy Force: Choose a Warrior class and take the same number of warriors in that set out of the number of Warriors your opponent has in total.


Shock and Awe: Draw 2 More cards.


Fabian Strategy: Choose a Card to discard from your opponent’s hand.


Battle of Annihilation: Winning card once you have all 6 warriors; if against multiple players, card is used to Knock out a player,... Continue reading "Tactic Cards To Play" »

Physical valences

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The benefits of developing our physical abilities: Although the basic physical abilities of a person are determined genetically and are different for each person, it is always possible to increase the level through training and physical preparation.  The development of our abilities not only allows us to get better results from our physical activities, it also, and more importantly, improves the response of our body to illness. Also, in a well-trained, fit body you can detect possible health problems early on.

-Flexibility: allows for maximum movement of our joints thanks to the elasticity and the ability to stretch of our muscles. We would be able to deflect a deficiency or health problem if our joints were rigid or if we had difficulty or... Continue reading "Physical valences" »

Training "mixed fibers" muscle

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1 to 4 hours: Int at or slightly below lactate threshold 50-75% vo2max. Increase type 1, moderate to high type 2a recruitment. Lactate threshold, CHO economy and movement efficiency important to performance. Hydration and nutrition are vital.

Predictor in long distance running perf. Factor that will increase performance: Carbohydrate intake

In terms of VO2max, which has greater effect: Transport of oxygen

Common used measurement in strength: 1 rep max

Periodization training: Off season(body composition, rest regeneration, repair, skill work or cross training) Pre-season( Increase strength- power or aerobic capacity, low intensity/high volume- higher intensity/lower volume, skill work) In-season( Maintenance of strength/power or peaking of aerobic... Continue reading "Training "mixed fibers" muscle" »

swag

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Training to Improve Aerobic Power: Interval Training( high intensity 85-100% HRmax work & recovery periods. Overload and recruitment order principles) Low to Moderate intensity continous( body recompisition increase fat usage lower glycogen usage. Specificity and recruitment order principles) High intensity continous(longer duration & slightly lower intensity than interval training)

Training to improve Anaerobic: ATP-PCR training( supra high intensity sprint intervals 5-10 sec. Goal is to inc ATP turnover rate) Glycolytic training(very high inten intervals 20-60sec. Goal is to inc tolerance to H+ & glycolytic capacity

Training strength: Overload to neural gains/hypertrophy to overload to hypertrophy to maximal strength.