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ATHLETICS: DISCUS

Definition of Discus Discus is a field event which involves throwing a missile called discuss for a horizontal distance. A competitor is allowed three trials; the throwing is made from within a throwing circle of 2.50m in diameter to a landing sector of 40o.   Table of Specification for Discus SEX WEIGHT MEN 2 KG […]

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ATHLETICS: SHOT PUT

Definition of Shot Put Shot Put is a field event that involves the putting of a missile called the shot for a horizontal distance. A competitor is allowed three trials. Put is made from within a circle of 2.135m in diameter to a landing sector of 400.   Table of Specification for Shot Put SEX

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BENEFITS OF RECREATION AND DANCE

The Benefits of Recreation and Dance The following are the benefits of recreation and dance: (i) They are an unconscious use of leisure time. (ii) They reduce juvenile delinquency, crimes. (iii) They create room for social integration. (iv) They help to develop socially acceptable behaviour. (v) They help in physical development, physical fitness. (vi) They

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PHYSICAL FITNESS AND BODY CONDITIONING PROGRAMME

Exercises to Develop Strength, Endurance and Flexibility The following exercises are designed to develop strength, endurance and flexibility: Strength development: Pull up, press up, knee bend, sit up, weight training. Endurance development: Circuit training (running on the spot— squat thrust—- press up—Harvard step up—-tread mill—-windmill—-squat jump—-sit up) Flexibility development: Windmill, duck walk, hurdle stretch, bending

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WATER SUPPLY

What is Water? Chemically a molecule of water is composed of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom held together by covalent bonds. Water is precious to man’s existence as it is needed in agriculture, sports, industry, and domestic affairs. Water may be hard or soft. Hard water is not good economically as more soap

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SEWAGE AND REFUSAL DISPOSAL

Meaning of Sewage and Refuse Refuse refers to all solid wastes such as pieces of paper leaves, garbage, ashes and dead animals while sewage refers to liquid wastes such as urine, kitchen wastes or water from laundry. Types of Sewage There are basically three types of sewage, namely: Domestic Sewage Industrial Sewage Storm Sewage Methods

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CONTACT AND NON-CONTACT SPORTS

SAFETY MEASURES IN CONTACT AND NON-CONTACT SPORTS Safety Measures in Contact Sports The playground must be kept clean; that is, remove all dangerous materials on the field e.g. stones, broken bottles, pegs, etc. Do not perform or play on a slippery ground. Warm-up properly before performing any exercise. Apparatus must be arranged and inspected before

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NON-CONTACT SPORTS

Definition of Non-contact Sports Non-contact sports are those sports where participants should have no possible means of impact, such as sprinting, swimming, darts, snookers where players use separate lanes or take turns of play. Examples of Non-contact Sports The following are examples of non-contact sports: Darts Snooker Chess Swimming Gymnastics Tennis Table tennis Badminton Benefits

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CONTACT SPORTS

Definition of Contact Sports Contact sports are sports that emphasize or require physical contact between players. Some sports such as martial arts are scored based on impacting an opponent, while others include rugby and football which require tackling of players. Examples of Contact Sports The following are examples of contact sports: Wrestling Judo Karate Boxing

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BALL GAMES – SOCCER

History and Development of Soccer The true origin of soccer is difficult to determine but soccer otherwise known as football could be linked to the Greeks and Romans. The game was later brought to England by the Romans Soldiers. In 1863, the London Football Association established the first set of rules of the game. The

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VOLLEYBALL

Volley ball was invented by William Morgan in America in the year 1895. The International Volleyball Association was formed in 1947. Volleyball became an Olympic game in 1964 and was first played at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. The Nigeria Volleyball Federation was formed in 1970 with Dr. J.C. Omoruwa as its first chairman.

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FUNCTIONS OF VARIOUS CLASSES OF FOOD

CARBOHYDRATES Carbohydrates are one of the essential macronutrients that play a crucial role in providing energy for the body. They are composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms, with a general chemical formula of (CH2O)n, where “n” represents the number of repeating units, or monomers. Carbohydrates come in various forms, including simple sugars like glucose,

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FOOD, NUTRITION AND HEALTH

FOOD, CLASSES AND IMPORTANCE Food can be defined as any substance that can be metabolized by any organism to give and build tissues. It is a substance which when taken into the body, yields materials which can produce energy, and yield substances for growth and repair of our body tissues. Good food is one of

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Contact and Non – Contact Sports

Contact Sports Contact sports are a category of athletic activities in which participants engage in physical contact with opponents as an integral part of the game. In these sports, physical contact is not only permitted but is often a fundamental element of the gameplay. Contact sports can vary widely in terms of rules, objectives, and

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