Topic 1.1.4: Physcial activity as part of your healthy, active lifestyle (GOAL SETTING) Flashcards Preview

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Smart targets are set to help an athlete improve their performance.

Give two reasons why target setting could help improve performance.

Motivates therefore likely to continue to train/makes them work harder
OR
Gives clear/specific goals
OR
Allows them to monitor progress
OR
Encourages training to be planned/structure

2

Give an example of a measureable target for a cross country runner

e.g. Peat PB by 10 seconds
Must give a number (time or distance)

3

Explain how the S in a SMART target can help an athlete improve performance (3 marks)

Using a specific target (1) will mean they focus on an area for improvement (1) therefore improvement is more likely leading to increased motivation (1)

4

Explain how the M in a SMART target can help an athlete improve performance (3 marks)

By setting a measurable goal (1) they can see progress (1) knowing their training is working (1)

5

Explain how the A in a SMART target can help an athlete improve performance (3 marks)

Ensuring a target is achievable (1) they know they can complete it (1) which motivates them to continue to train (1)

6

Explain how the R in a SMART target can help an athlete improve performance (3 marks)

Ensuring a target is realistic (1) they know they can complete it (1) which motivates them to continue to train (1)

7

Explain how the R in a SMART target can help an athlete improve performance (3 marks)

Making a target time bound (1) so there is a definite point when the target must be achieved (1) therefore makes them more motivated to keep training to achieve it within the time set (1)

8

The statement below are all examples of Year 10 students' SMART targets

Apart from 'specific' which principle of SMART target setting have all three Year 10 students applied?

A: I need to take 60 seconds off my 3000m time as soon as possible
B: I want to improve by one lap in the copper's run test within the next month
C: I will complete a two mile run in under 10 minutes

Measurable

9

Explain which of the targets below would be considered to be the most effective target for a performer (3 marks)
A: I need to take 60 seconds off my 3000m time as soon as possible
B: I want to improve by one lap in the copper's run test within the next month
C: I will complete a two mile run in under 10 minutes

Answer: B because it is time bound (1)
This means that performer has a deadline by which they have to achieve their target (1)
Therefore each session they can see if they are moving closer (1)
This allows them to maintain their motivation (1)