martes, 12 de marzo de 2019

PROYECTO "LOS VENGADORES DE LA SALUD"

COMIENZA ESTA EXTRAORDINARIO PROYECTO DEL 2º TRIMESTRE. DURANTE ESTOS MESES 3 CENTROS DE DIFERENTES LOCALIDADES DE ANDALUCÍA PARTICIPARÁN EN UN PROYECTO INTERCENTRO CON EL FIN DE LUCHAR POR SU SALUD. DEBEREMOS ENFRENTARNOS AL SUPERVILLANO THANOS Y CONSEGUIR LAS GEMAS DEL INFINITO QUE REPRESENTAN LOS BLOQUES DE SALUD DE EF. ¿DEJARÉIS QUE THANOS SE HAGA CON TODAS LAS GEMAS Y DESTRUYA EL UNIVERSO?

lunes, 2 de abril de 2018

7 ABRIL, DÍA MUNDIAL DE LA SALUD

Esta semana nuestro IES AL-ÁNDALUS celebrará la SEMANA SALUDABLE tocando alguno de estos bloques temáticos:

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miércoles, 24 de enero de 2018

ATHLETICS. 2º ESO RELAY RACES.





A relay race is a race that is divided into four runners who carry a baton during the whole race, and they hand it to the next person when they have finished their part of the relay.
Relay races are the only team events in Athletics. There are two types:
4 x 100m.
4 x 400m.

1. Ways to hand over the baton.
When handing over the baton synchronisation between runners is very important.
There are two ways:
Palm facing up: The receiver extends his hand behind him at hip height with his palm facing up. The thumb is spread out and tensed so you can receive the baton. The person handing over the baton will do it using a top to bottom movement. It’s the safest way to hand over the baton.
Palm facing down: The receiver puts his hand in same position, but now the palm is facing the ground. The person handing over the baton will do it using a bottom to top movement. This is more natural than the other one, but is less secure.


2. Carrying the baton:
a. 4 x 100 metres. Four by one hundred.
The first and the third runner will carry the baton in the right hand and they will hand it to the left hand of the second and fourth runner.
The first and third runners run the bend, and the second and fourth runner run the straight.
In 4 x 100 metres, the responsibility of handing over the baton lies with the person handing it over because the receiver must not look behind and they must wait for the person to say go and then extend their arms.
b.4 x 400 metres. Four by four hundred.
The main difference in between both techniques is that the receiver can look behind and for this reason the responsibility lies with the receiver.

BASIC RULES.

The rules are different in each event:

a) Relay 4 x 100 metres.

-Each runner has to run all the 100 metres on his assigned lane.
-There is a 20 metres zone ,called “exchanging zone”, where the athlete can receive the baton. There is also a zone of 10 metres ,called “flight zone”, where the athlete who is waiting for the baton starts to run. 
-After passing the baton, the runners should stay in their lanes until the course is clear of other athletes.Obstructing another team means disqualification.
-The athletes are allowed to put marks on the track, but objects are not allowed.

b) Relay 4 x 400 metres.

-The first runner has to run in his assigned lane the whole lap.
-The second runner must run the first 100 metres in his own lane, but once he gets to the bend he can run to lane number one.



ATHLETICS VOCABULARY.

RELAY: Relevos
RACE: Carrera
BATON: Testigo (pieza metálica que se entregan los corredores)
TRACK: Pista
LEG: Tramo, posición, posta, manga.
LANES: Calles o carriles de la pista
INSIDE LANE: Interior de la calle.
OUTER: Parte exterior.(de la calle)
INNER: Parte interior (de la calle)
LAP: Vuelta.
HAND-OFFS: Entregas.
FLY ZONE: Prezona. Es una zona de 10 m de longitud donde el atleta comienza a correr a la espera de la entrega del testigo-
EXCHANGE ZONE: Zona de entrega del testigo. Tiene 20 metros de longitud.
BEND: La curva de la calle.
STRAIGHT: La parte recta de la calle.
BOTTOM TO TOP: De abajo hacia arriba.
TOP TO BOTTOM: De arriba hacia abajo.

sábado, 13 de enero de 2018

1º BACHILLER NO BIL ¿RECONOCES LA IMPORTANCIA DE JUGAR?



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domingo, 7 de enero de 2018

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miércoles, 27 de septiembre de 2017

6 PRUEBAS FÍSICAS // 6 FITNESS TESTS




Fitness testing is a way of gaining information about the health related and skill related components of an athletes fitness. Testing can take place in a number of environments, with laboratory testing being the most accurate, however there is still a large range of tests that can be carried out, away from a lab, which provide a lot of useful information.

Reasons for Fitness Testing

  • To highlight the strengths and weakness of an athlete enabling a training program to be devised which addresses the findings
  • To evaluate a training program, to see if it is helping the athlete in achieving set goals
  • To measure fitness levels following injury, illness or following the off season
  • To assist in setting goals
  • To determine health status (in the non-sporting population)
  • Talent identification
  • To aid motivation

martes, 20 de septiembre de 2016

TALKING ABOUT EMOTIONS

WHAT IS AN EMOTION? Emotions are subjective experiences that arise spontaneously and unconsciously in response to the environment around us. Emotions have two components: - Physical reaction (rapid heartbeat, etc) - Conscious experience or feeling. Emotions are complex and have both physical and mental components. Generally researchers agree that emotions have the following parts: Subjective feelings, physiological responses (body) and expressive behavior. Emotions can rule your life – or you can control them. It’s worthwhile learning to control them, just so you can respond rationally in tough situations, and not allow your thoughts to drag you down into despair and depression. It’s a much lovelier life when you’re in control!