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  • CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Training in Sports Assignment

    Ques 1. What are pace races? Ans. Pace races are an effective training method for improving speed endurance. A pace race generally means running race of 800 metres or more at a uniform speed, with another athlete running 10-15 metres ahead of the other athletes who sets the pace of running. This...

  • CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Psychology Sports Assignment

    Ques 1. What is anxiety? Ans. Anxiety is a disturbed state of the body or an unrealistic and unpleasant state of body and mind. It is accompanied by nervousness, restlessness, increased heart rate, sweating, drying of the mouth, and apprehension of danger, fear and rapid shallow breathing.   Ques...

  • CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Biomechanics in Sports Assignment

    Ques 1. Elaborate the term Biomechanics. Ans. Biomechanics is the science that examines the internal and external forces acting on a human body and the effects produced by these forces.   Ques 2. Elucidate projectile motion. Ans. When a body is thrown at a certain angle with a certain amount of...

  • CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Sports and Medicine Assignment

    Ques 1. Define sports medicine. Ans. Sports medicine is a branch of healthcare. It deals with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of Injuries related to participation in sports and / or exercise.   Ques 2. what are acute injuries? Ans.  Acute Injuries are the injuries that occur due to sudden...

  • CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Physiology and Sports Assignment

    Ques 1. Calculate how much blood is pumped by the heart in one minute. Ans. Blood pumped by the heart in one minute is Cardiac output = heart rate X stroke volume -72 beats/min x 70 ml approximately 5 L approximately.   Ques 2. Define physiology and sports. Ans. Physiology is the study of how the...

CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Training in Sports Assignment

Ques 1. What are pace races?
Ans. Pace races are an effective training method for improving speed endurance. A pace race generally means running race of 800 metres or more at a uniform speed, with another athlete running 10-15 metres ahead of the other athletes who sets the pace of running. This uniform speed running is repeated at intervals fixed according to the standard of the athlete.
 
Ques 2. Define cardiovascular endurance,

 


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CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Psychology Sports Assignment



Ques 1. What is anxiety?
Ans. Anxiety is a disturbed state of the body or an unrealistic and unpleasant state of body and mind. It is accompanied by nervousness, restlessness, increased heart rate, sweating, drying of the mouth, and apprehension of danger, fear and rapid shallow breathing.
 
Ques 2. What is ethics in sports?

 


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CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Biomechanics in Sports Assignment

Ques 1. Elaborate the term Biomechanics.
Ans. Biomechanics is the science that examines the internal and external forces acting on a human body and the effects produced by these forces.
 
Ques 2. Elucidate projectile motion.
Ans. When a body is thrown at a certain angle with a certain amount of force into the air, it travels in the air and covers some distance following a curved path called a parabola. This is called projectile motion.
 

 


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CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Sports and Medicine Assignment

Ques 1. Define sports medicine.
Ans. Sports medicine is a branch of healthcare. It deals with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of
Injuries related to participation in sports and / or exercise.
 
Ques 2. what are acute injuries?
Ans.  Acute Injuries are the injuries that occur due to sudden trauma to the tissue. The symptoms of acute injuries present themselves almost immediately. For example sprains, fracture etc.

 


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CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Physiology and Sports Assignment

Ques 1. Calculate how much blood is pumped by the heart in one minute.
Ans. Blood pumped by the heart in one minute is Cardiac output = heart rate X stroke volume -72 beats/min x 70 ml approximately 5 L approximately.
 
Ques 2. Define physiology and sports.

 


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CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Test and Measurement In Sports Assignment

 

 


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CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Women and Sports Assignment


Ques 1. Who was the first Indian woman to win a bronze medal at the Sydney Olympics ?
Ans. Karnam Malleswari was the first Indian woman who won a bronze medal at the Sydney Olympics in 2000 in the weightlifting event.
 
Ques 2 What do you mean by menarche?

 


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CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Children and Sports Assignment


Ques 1. Define motor development.
Ans. It refers to the development of general body control, fine motor skills and large muse \ e movements.
 
Ques 2. How many stages of motor development are there in children ?
Ans. There are three stages of motor development in children as given below infancy or infancy hood early childhood later childhood.
 

 


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CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Posture Assignment

Ques 1. What do you mean by posture?
Ans. Posture concerns the way in which an individual carries himself while sitting, standing, walking and lying down.
 
Ques 2. What is correct posture?
Ans. Correct posture means the balancing of body in accurate and proper manner while sitting, standing, reading, and writing, walking, running or during any other action.
 

 


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CBSE Class 12 Physical Education Sports and Nutrition Assignment

Ques 1. What are vitamins?
Ans. Vitamins are compounds of carbon which are essential for the normal growth and working of the body. They are required in very small quantities. The important vitamins are A, C, D, E. K and B-complex (B1, B2, B6 B 8,B12). Vitamins are found in milk, butter, eggs, Breen vegetables, oil, nuts, fish, etc.
 
Ques 2.What are carbohydrates?

 


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