Principals of training
S - Specificity - make training specific to what you're trying to achieve
P - Progression - make training gradual to avoid injury
O - Overload - FITT (frequency, intensity type and time of training - work too hard to
R - Reversibility - lack of training makes your muscles weaker
T - Tedium - boredom
P - Periodisation - athlete peak occurs at the correct time
It's up to you. You do get 2 GCSE's if you do BTEC, but from what I've heard, you do less sport time in BTEC and spend more time doing research. That's what happened in my school, I don't know about yours.
No, you don't need a GCSE
you need gcse science and gcse in sports science (sports studies) you can do psychology.
no you don't.
A physical education GCSE is PE (sport). However, I think dance can also be included sometimes as a physical education GCSE. They are taken in year 11 of secondary school at age 15 or 16
talent at the sport, a PE GCSE would help too! Join a team and try to get yourself noticed (scouted). Good luck
You need 5 art GCSE'S, 2 religious education GCSE'S, 9 maths English or science GCSE'S and 20 PE GCSE'S
It can be a sport or general pe. If you don't take a sport, you take general pe
I'd strongly recommend it, i did GCSE PE and am now doing A-level PE and it does help so you have a strong foundation to start learning a-level PE. There's a lot i fall back on now when learning things because i already knew them from GCSE, and all of the people in my a-level class that didn't do GCSE dropped out because it was too difficult. Some schools may not let you do do A-level PE unless you've already done GCSE so you should probably check. good luck in whatever you do :-)
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