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Warm up

Warm-up for kids. PE classes of first grade of ESO. Spanish bilingual classes.

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Warm up

  1. 1. WARM-UP PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASES
  2. 2. PARTS OF THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION SESSION  WARM-UP (10´ - 15´)  MAIN PART (25´- 30´) Main activities and exercises  COOL DOWN (10´)
  3. 3. WARM-UP  The aim is to prepare the body for workout or physical activity.  Why do we warm up?  To prepare our body physically and psychologically for the physical activity  To increase blood flow to the muscles (oxygen) and the body temperature.  To reduce the risk of injury  To achieve optimal performance.
  4. 4. TYPES OF WARMING UP  GENERAL: for all types of pyshical activity  ESPECIFIC: related to the physical activity or sport you are going to practise.
  5. 5. WARM-UP STAGES (fist example)  MOBILITY EXERCISES prepare joints for the activity  CARDIOVASCULAR EXERCISES (Dinamic stretching and mobility): prepare joints and muscles. It increase the body temperature.  PULSE RAISING EXERCISES (Running, jogging, games): raise gradually the heart rate and prepare energy system.
  6. 6. WARM UP STAGES (second example)  CARDIOVASCULAR EXERCISE (a low intensity race for increasing heart rate)  MOBILITY EXERCISES (prepare joints for the activity, range of motion)  STRETCHING (prepares the main muscles for the activity)  PULSE RAISING EXERCISES (this games raise the heart rate gradually and prepare energy system for the upcoming activity)
  7. 7. Healthy conditions  Make sure your warm-up does the following:  Increases the heart rate  Increases breathing rate  Elevate body temperature  Utilizes muscles you use in the activity  Let you move your joints better.
  8. 8. FACTORS AFFECTING THE WARM UP  ENVIRONMENT: a longer warm-up if it is cold.  TOME OF DAY: morning, afternoon or evening.  INTENSITY OF SESSION/SPORT.  ABILITY LEVELS: a sedentary or unfit person needs longer warm up than a fit or sport person  AGE: adults need to warm up more than children

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