mezzamy said:this question wasnt asking about motivation. the first curve was indicating a skill that is relatively easy to pick up, and with further practice, not a huge amount of improvement can be made (i.e long jump). the second curve was indicating a skill that was difficult at the beginning with minimal practice, but as practice increases, improvements in performance are made (i.e riding a surfboard).
truerebecca05 said:I thought that the higher your VO2 max is the fitter you are? (Question 19)
the curves are measured by 'perfomance' and 'practice'. either way, i got the question right after checking with all the teachers in the p.e staff at school.runboynick said:are you saying that long jump doesnt need any improvements, and is easy to pick up!? in terms of motivation for long jump, you need to be highly motivated and explosive when you make the jump...why do you think a long jumper gets the crowd going before they jump? With a golf putt...think about it- if you did that over and over agan, its not highly energetic and it would get boring, the only positive is that it may improve focus
I agree.20. B - another uncertain one. I said B as I thought Long Jump is quick to learn, hard to master, while surfing takes a long time to grasp but can improve rapidly when technique basics are mastered. My teacher thinks it's A (tennis serve / juggling) but I don't think such rapid improvements can be made in learning to serve.
So that's it. 18 or 19 I hope.