Section A: Short Answer Questions – Please Answer All Questions in this Section 

1. What are the gross and net yield of ATP after one cycle of glycolysis? Explain the reason for the difference in these values. [3] 

2. Explain the difference between internal load and external load. Provide one example of how a coach could monitor internal load and one example of how a coach could monitor external load. [4] 

3. a). List the pathways of ATP resynthesis in order of their rate of energy provision (from fastest to slowest). [4] b). Which of these pathways would you expect to be predominant in a 200m run? [1] 

4. Explain the advantages and limitations of field-based fitness testing protocols. [5] 

5. Using the appropriate terminology, complete the table below to outline the movement seen in the lower body during the propulsive phase of a vertical jump. [5] 

6. Briefly outline the benefits of performing a familiarisation trail when performing a laboratory-based fitness assessment on an athlete. [3]

 7. Discuss why trained individuals can reach steady state oxygen uptake more rapidly and have a smaller oxygen deficit than untrained individuals. [4] 

8. Which two processes of aerobic respiration occur in the mitochondria. [2]

9. Identify two factors that can affect the reliability and validity of data collected by global positioning systems (GPS). [2] 

10.Identify the processes that occur during the fast component of excess post exercise oxygen consumption. [2] 

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Section B: Short Answer Questions – Please Answer ONE Question from this Section 

11.Explain the benefits of using systematic observational strategies when analysing athlete performance. Discuss the advantages and limitations of the various systems that can be used when analysing sports techniques. [15]

 12.Critically discuss the benefits and application of using Small Sided Games (SSG) as a method of training in team sports