5-6 1. Has a good fitness level and works to a good intensity level (eg 60%t to 80% maximum heart rate) with good technique on each repetition and set for most of the training session.
2. Able to produce a plan for the PEP after initial teaching and with guidance on the use and application of the principles of training and training methods.
3. Has a little knowledge of the muscles they are using and the effect of training on their muscles, heart and circulatory system and how they work during training sessions.
4. Knows how to take pulse rates and knows the importance and show some understanding of the significance of resting heart (pulse) rate, working heart (pulse) rate and recovery rates in terms of training effect and fitness levels.
5. Able to choose appropriate testing and measuring and evaluating procedures for their programme but needs some direction in setting out their plan.
6. Has a good knowledge of safety and can plan and carry out an appropriate warm-up, main activity and cool-down/recovery with good technique. Capable of supporting the teacher in preparing equipment and storing the equipment after use.
7. Able to monitor and record their programme and make useful notes and comments.
8. Evaluates briefly each training session and overall PEP, making some clear, relevant suggestions for the future development of their training programme.
7-8 1. Has a very good fitness level, which will be demonstrated by working at a very high intensity level (eg working towards the high end of their target zone) and show very go
2. Shows good technique throughout the training session.
3. Knows what exercises to include, in which order and understand why, how to calculate the number of repetitions or time for each exercise, and number of circuits they should perform.
4. Has a good knowledge of the muscles, joints and joint