BTEC level 3 national sport : performance & excellence by Jennifer Stafford-Brown

By Jennifer Stafford-Brown

Totally up to date to mirror the 2010 BTEC nationwide activity specification, functionality and Excellence pathway, this new version of the bestselling textbook offers scholars with the entire wisdom, realizing and talents to place them at the route to good fortune with their BTEC nationwide recreation qualification. Written by means of specialist senior verifiers who've been concerned with the hot qualification's improvement. BTEC point three nationwide recreation: functionality AND EXCELLENCE moment variation presents entire assurance of each point of the qualification and contains: --clear studying ambitions and key studying issues --clear structure with student-friendly available textual content --expert overview advice --even extra color images to supply even better context for college students --clear mapping of data and actions to the appropriate go, advantage and contrast standards --practical case reviews associated with overview

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Closes over the trachea when we swallow food to stop the food going down ‘the wrong way’ into our trachea and down into our lungs. The air enters the trachea, which is a membranous tube with horseshoe-shaped cartilage that keeps it open and delivers air to the lungs. The trachea will divide into two bronchi, one into each lung. The two main bronchi will divide into bronchioles, which will further subdivide 23 times and result in 8 million terminal bronchioles in each lung. Around the bronchioles are groups of air sacs, called alveoli.

This will have the effect of making joints stronger and less prone to injury. Strength training increases the strength of muscle tendons, which again makes them less prone to injury. Lastly, the ligaments which hold our bones together are able to stretch to a greater degree, which helps to prevent injuries such as joint strains. Respiratory System Adaptations The respiratory system deals with taking oxygen into the body and also with helping to remove waste products associated with muscle metabolism.

F) This is the area in the lungs where gaseous exchange takes place. (g) When exhaling, this muscle relaxes and moves upwards into a domed position. (h) This is the name of the process in the lungs where oxygen is taken into the blood and carbon dioxide is breathed out. (i) All of our body cells need this gas to survive. (k) The name of the process for breathing in. 6 45 minutes The structure and function of the respiratory system Task 1 By hand draw the structure of the respiratory system. 9 EnergySystems P7  M4  D2 The body needs a steady supply of energy to enable it to perform the functions it needs to stay alive: ●● muscular contractions and movement ●● circulation ●● transmission of nerve impulses ●● digestion of foods ●● repairing and replacing tissue.

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