GCSE Health, Fitness & Wellbeing

Basic concepts of GCSE Health and Fitness explained including effects of exercise, benefits of exercise, endurance, speed, flexibility and more.

As well as all of the factors we have already reviewed, such as drugs, diet, age, somatotype and personality, other factors can affect performance such as physical factors, psychological, or external factors.

The aim of this lesson is to learn how keeping clean helps us stay healthy and how looking after our feet can avoid foot problems (Equivalent to UK GCSE Physical Education)

The aim of this lesson is to learn about body shapes called somatotypes and how these suit different sports (Equivalent to UK GCSE Physical Education)

The following nutrients can all be used for energy:

People are always talking about a balanced diet, but what does this actually mean? A balanced diet contains all the nutrients you need, in the right amounts to keep you healthy.

The aim of this lesson is to understand what it means to be fit and healthy and what can affect this (Equivalent to UK GCSE Physical Education)

We all know that exercise is good for you, but why? What effect does exercise have on you and your body?