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    Circuit Training

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    Circuit Training Introduction I will be performing a circuit over the next several weeks. My circuit will consist of 10 stations, which will last 30 seconds per station. After each station I will rest for 30 seconds. I will go round the circuit twice and will have a rest of 1 minute after one rotation of the circuit (I will do that for 2 weeks, with 2 lessons per week). I will record my results and analyse them. As we have 2 lessons a week, I should be able to keep up with the fitness

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    Circuit Training Testing My Skills at Basketball and My General Fitness Levels For my PE coursework this year, I have taken part in a 6 week circuit testing my skills at basketball as well as my general fitness levels. Before the circuit began, I took part in a bleep test, which was done so that I could find out my level of fitness before the circuit began. There was no reason for me not to put in my full and best effort towards the circuit as I do not have any major illnesses which could

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    whole match with getting too tight. To improve my weaknesses in Football, I will use circuit training doing the following activities: · Bench walk · Bench jump · Triceps dip · Press-ups · Step-ups · Shuttle run I will be using the principle of Progression to make sure my weaknesses improve as much as possible and as quickly as possible. In conclusion after completing the circuit training I wish to become a much better football player. Text Box: Hypothesis: The time

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    Personal Exercise Plan

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    exercises that I do each day. From this I will be choosing two training methods. These will be Circuit Training and Interval Training. My Circuit Training is made up of 5 stations . At each station you do a specific exercise for a set amount of time before moving onto the next station. The good thing about Circuit Training is that it is made up of aerobic exercises which I enjoy doing. I will also do Interval Training. This is a fixed pattern of fast and slow exercise. Each repetition

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    Exercise Program For Football Circuit Training for Football. Circuit training is a method of training. A circuit usually has 8 to 15 stations, where at each station a different exercise is carried out for a certain amount of time. Circuit training can improve: - muscular endurance, cardiovascular endurance, aerobic and anaerobic fitness, muscular strength, speed and agility. A circuit-training program may also be designed for a certain sport. Circuits for this purpose will include exercises

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    turning away from other or opponents. What is circuit training? Circuit training is a method of training. A circuit usually has 8 to 15 stations, where at each station a different exercise is carried out for a certain amount of time. Circuit training can improve muscular endurance, cardiovascular endurance, aerobic fitness, muscular strength, speed and agility. A circuit-training program may also be designed for a certain sport. Circuits for this purpose will include exercises to improve

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    equipped with a paper tape puncher. After verification that the message had been retyped correctly, the message was punched to tape for loading into the Unix-based system via a tape reader. Then messages were transmitted via one of the various available circuits; high frequency (HF), ultra high frequency (UHF), or satellite. This manual process made message processing slow and laborious by shipboard personnel. A new system was required that would reduce the duplication of certain processes, for example,

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    The History of Computing

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    characterized by computers built around integrated circuits. Of these, some historians consider IBM’s system 30 line of computers, introduced in 1963, the single most important innovation in the history of computers. System 360 was conceived as a family of computers with upwards compatibility; when a company outgrew one model it could move up to the next model without worrying about converting its data. System 360 and the other lines built around intergraded circuits made all previous computers obsolete, but

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    Robots and Their Effect on Society

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    they grow tougher, more mobile, and more intelligent, today’s robots are doing more and more of the things that humans can’t or don’t want to do and in many cases taking away the need for human labor. The invention of transistors and integrated circuits I the nineteen fifties and sixties, made robotics possible. Compact, reliable electronics and a growing computer industry added “intelligence” to the strength of already existing machines. In nineteen fifty-nine, researchers demonstrated the possibility

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    Television's Impact on Society

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    bicycle, without training wheels. The miracle of the television is credited  to Philo Taylor Farnsworth, who invented the existing system of the television transmission and reception at his 202 Green Street Laboratory in San Francisco, California in 1927. (Philo Farnsworth, 2002: 1).  Though, visionary inventors first imagined ideas of television?s potentials as the 19th century ended.  George Carey of Boston first hinted transmitting every component of a picture over numerous circuits in 1875, but

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