GCSE Physical Education Edexcel (1PE0)

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Component 1: Fitness and Body Systems
Topic 1: Applied anatomy and physiology
1.2.1–1.2.5 The cardiovascular system
1.2.6 –1.2.10 The respiratory system
1.3 Anaerobic and aerobic exercise
1.4 (and 3.4) Short-term (and long-term) effects of exercise
Topic 2: Movement analysis
2.2 Planes and axes of movement
Topic 3: Physical training
3.1 Relationship between health and fitness and 3.2 The components of fitness
3.3 Principles of training and application to personal programmes
Component 2: Health and Performance
Topic 1: Health, fitness and well-being
1.1–1.2 Health, fitness, well-being and consequences of a sedentary lifestyle
1.3 Energy use, diet, nutrition and hydration
Topic 2: Sports psychology
2.1 Classification of skills
2.2 Goal-setting and SMART targets
2.3 Guidance and feedback on performance
2.4 Mental preparation
Topic 3: Sociocultural influences
3.1 Engagement patterns and current trends in sport and physical activity
3.2 Commercialisation of physical activity and sport
3.3 Ethical and sociocultural issues in physical activity and sport


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