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    PDHPE revision Outdoor Recreation Reasons for participating in outdoor recreation: * Offers opportunities * Enjoyment of natural environment * Can contribute to development maintenance of fitness * Benefit physical, social, intellectual, emotional benefits * Fitness * Chall...
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  • Anaerobic Digestion Essay 1
    Anaerobic digestion Anaerobic digestion is a series of processes in which microorganisms break down biodegradable material in the absence of oxygen, used for industrial or domestic purposes to manage waste and/or to release energy. The digestion process begins with bacterial hydrolysis of the inpu...
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  • Pdhpe Core 2
    ------------------------------------------------- Part A: ------------------------------------------------- Week One: ------------------------------------------------- | Mon | Tues | Wed | Thurs | Fri | Sat | Sun | Am | A1 | R1 | A2 | Rest | A1 | R1 | AR | Pm | R2 | Rest | AR | rest | R...
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  • Anaerobic Digestion Essay 2
    Microbiology coursework Introduction Anaerobic digestion (AD) is globally used technology for managing waste. It enables the production of renewable energy in the form of biogas by the degradation of organic waste such as animals manure and slurries, food waste or sewage sludge. Governmental org...
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  • Pdhpe Factors Affecting Performance
    HSC Core 2: Factors Affecting Performance Chapter 5: How does training affect performance? Energy systems * alactacid system (ATP/PC) * lactic acid system * aerobic system Energy Systems * The human body requires energy for its organs to function, internal processes to take plac...
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    Structured Fartlek Sessions
 The 800m runner needs to develop oxygen uptake capabilities (VO2 max). This type of runner should perform repetitions of 1-4 minutes in duration with a recovery of half the repetition duration. By performing this session over undulating parkland, forests or trails you...
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  • Anaerobic Pond in Wastewater Treatment
    DEFINITION ANAEROBIC POND Anaerobic ponds are deep treatment ponds that exclude oxygen and encourage the growth of bacteria, which break down the effluent. It is in the anaerobic pond that the effluent begins breaking down in the absence of oxygen "anaerobically". The anaerobic pond acts like an u...
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    PDHPE assessment The aerobic based sport I have chosen is basketball Basketball is a fast paced game and requires a large amount of fitness and skill 1. Four health or skill related components of fitness that are needed for Basketball -Cardiorespiratory endurance Cardiorespiratory enduranc...
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  • Core 1 Pdhpe Study Notes All
    CORE 1: HEALTH PRIORITIES IN AUSTRALIA PDHPE STUDY NOTES How are priority issues for Australia’s health identified? Australia is one of the healthiest countries in the world; however, Australia’s population still experiences a range of health problems. The challenge for the Australian govern...
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  • Advanced Training (Anaerobic/Aerobic & Weight Training)
    1 Dr.s Paul and Robert Ward are the authors of “Encyclopedia of Weight Training.” For reviews and where to order the book, See details at the end of this chapter. ADVANCED TRAINING (ANAEROBIC/AEROBIC & WEIGHT TRAINING) DR. PAUL WARD 2/28/01 – 11/24/01 – Revised 5/15/02 BEYOND THE BA...
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  • Summary on Aerobic and Anaerobic Endurance in Badminton
    INTRODUCTION: Badminton requires a high level of energy to quickly move around the court, deliver effective shots and sustain a match. Knowing how this energy is generated is crucial.All other things being equal, the player with more stamina will most likely win a match in baminton. This is because...
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  • Basketball (Pdhpe)
    Account for the different physiological responses, which Jack encountered in both games. (This should include specific details of what is occurring with the cardiovascular system and at the cellular level.) In the first basketball game that Jack played, his heart rate had fluctuated between...
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  • Pdhpe Soccer Kick
    PDHPE Factors Affecting Performance The Soccer Kick Soccer is the biggest and most popular sport in the world, played by millions and millions of people. Skill Classification The soccer kick is the essence of association football (soccer). This move is performed in every single game of f...
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  • Pdhpe Core Summaries
    Better Health For Individuals * Physical health is the wellness of the body and the absence of chronic pain or discomfort. * Social health is our ability to interact with other people in an interdependent and cooperative way. * Mental or emotional health is a state of well-being where we...
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  • Pdhpe Notes
    Outline the benefits of health promotion based on the five action areas of the Ottawa Charter. The five action areas of the Ottawa Charter include developing personal skills, creating supportive environments, strengthening community action, reorienting health services and building healthy public p...
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    AROMATHERAPY CHichi Year 12 PDHPE, Assessment 6/14/2012 AROMATHERAPY Aromatherapy is the use of essential oils from plants for healing. Although the word makes it sound as if the oils are inhaled, they can also be massaged into the skin or rarely taken by mouth. Whether inhaled or applied...
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    ------------------------------------------------- PDHPE by XXXXXXX HOW CAN A SAFE AND A SUPPORTIVE ENVIROMENT CAN HELP TO MINIMIZE RISK AND HARM? With a safe and supportive environment within the community, children feel safe with no risk of getting hurt. When children stay in such environ...
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  • Pdhpe Research
    Diabetes PDHPE assessment task 2013 Questions: 1. Describe the nature of the condition. 2. Describe the extent of the condition and identify current trends. 3. Describe the risk factors and protective factors which relate to the condition. 4. Discuss the sociocultural, socioeconomi...
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  • Aerobic Anaerobic Biodegradation
    Aerobic and Anaerobic Biodegradation This document provides an in‐depth explanation, detailing the processes of aerobic and  anaerobic biodegradation.  It is intended for general audiences and will provide the reader with  the necessary information to understand wh...
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  • Pdhpe Cvd Paper
    Health Priorities Report Health Priorities Report yuliya sadaunichaya yuliya sadaunichaya Cardiovascular Disease Cardiovascular Disease Cardiovascular disease (CVD) has been identified as a health priority area because it is major health and economic burden on Australia. It is one of the leading...
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