BTEC Nationals in Sport

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Unit 1: Anatomy and Physiology
A Effects of exercise and sports performance on the skeletal system
A1–A2 Structure and Function
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A3 Joints
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A4–A5 Responses, Adaptations and Additional Factors
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B Effects of exercise and sports performance on the muscular system
B1–B3 Characteristics, Functions, Major Skeletal Muscles and Antagonistic Pairs
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B4–B5 Skeletal Muscle Contraction and Fibre Types
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B6–B8 Responses, Adaptations and Additional Factors
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C Effects of exercise and sports performance on the respiratory system
C1–C2 Structure and Function
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C3–C4 Lung Volumes and Control of Breathing
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C5–C7 Responses, Adaptations and Additional Factors
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D Effects of exercise and sports performance on the cardiovascular system
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D3 Nervous Control of the Cardiac Cycle
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D5–D6 Adaptations and Additional Factors
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E Effects of exercise and sports performance on the energy system
E1–E4 The Role of ATP, & the ATP-PC, (Alactic) lactate & Aerobic Energy Systems
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E5–E6 Adaptations and Additional Factors
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Unit 2: Fitness Training and Programming for Health, Sport and Well-being
A Examine lifestyle factors and their effect on health and well-being
A1 Positive Lifestyle Factors
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A2 Negative Lifestyle Factors
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A3 Lifestyle Modification Techniques
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B Understand the screening processes for training programmes
B1 Screening Processes
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B2–B3 Health Monitoring Tests and Interpreting Results
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C Understand programme-related nutritional needs
C1–C2 Common Terminology and Components of a Balanced Diet
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C3 Nutritional Strategies
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D Examine training methods for different components of fitness
D1–1.1 Components of Fitness (Physical and Skill-related)
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D2.1 and D2.3 Training Methods for Aerobic Endurance and Muscular Endurance
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D2.2 and D2.6 Training Methods for Muscular Strength and Speed
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D2.4 and D2.5 Training Methods for Core Stability and Flexibility
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D3.1, D3.4 and D3.5 Training Methods for Agility, Reaction Time and Power
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D3.2 and D3.3 Training Methods for Balance and Coordination
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E Understand training programme design
E1 Principles of Fitness Training Programme Design
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