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Physical Education

Braunton Academy is a high achieving Physical Education department comprising a team of outstanding, enthusiastic and professional teachers that are proud of the many individual and team successes, which are achieved year in, year out along with our outstanding participation rates in all year groups across the curriculum and extra curriculum.

Our students have access to exceptional physical learning environments enabling all learners to be successful, confident and responsible citizens, and contribute to a balanced healthy lifestyle.

Our departmental vision is based upon a ‘Sport for All’ principle. It is our aim to empower our students to participate in physical activity and understand how this influences their own wellbeing and that of others. By demonstrating the benefits of an active life style, they encourage others to participate in sport, dance, exercise, recreation, and adventure pursuits whilst creating a passion for lifelong participation.

We challenge all our students of all abilities to set and work towards realistic goals and thereby expect our students to take ownership of these goals and achieve their true potential in all areas of Physical Education.

Fitness Testing Data

Parents will be receiving Fitness Testing results for their children from academic year 2018-19, and will be directed to this page to see what it means.

Essential qualities that are central to student progress in Physical Education at Braunton Academy.

  1. Aspiration

  2. Confidence

  3. Courage

  4. Determination

  5. Engaged

  6. Equality

  7. Friendship

  8. High Expectations

  9. High Standards

  10.  Maximum Activity

  11.  Maximum Effort

  12. Maximum Participation

  13. Resilience

  14. Respect

  15. Self-Motivation

 

Curriculum Overview

Key Stage 3

Throughout Key Stage three students are taught 2 hours a week of Physical Education. Students’ work is assessed in 4 weekly units and reported termly.

The Key processes by which we assess in Key Stage 3 PE include:

Developing skills in physical activity
Making and applying decisions
Developing physical and mental capacities
Evaluating and improving
Making informed choices about health, active lifestyles.

Aspire

Netball, Football, Gymnastics, Indoor Athletics, Hockey, Volleyball, Badminton,

Dance, Athletics, Tennis & Rounders

Achieve

Football, Cross Country, Orienteering, Rugby, Gymnastics, Indoor Athletics, Volleyball, Badminton,

Athletics, Tennis & Cricket

Active

Badminton, Gymnastics, Football, Dance, Walking, Orienteering, Tag Rugby, Athletics, Tennis & Rounders

 

Key stage 4:

Core PE at Key Stage 4

It is compulsory for all students to participate in two hours of Core physical education a week.

Core Physical Education

The aim at Key Stage 4 is to allow students to follow a personalised learning programme over the Key Stage, whilst keeping within National Curriculum parameters. Students choose one of three Pathways that offer a wide selection of programmes.

PE for Performance, Excellence, Health and Fitness

Fitness, Football, Rugby, Netball, Hockey, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball, Athletics, Rounders, Cricket, Tennis

PE for Leisure, Recreation, Health and Fitness

Fitness, Badminton, Cycling, Trampoline, Rock Climbing, Orienteering, Boxercise, Table Tennis, Karate,  Walking, Athletics, Rounders, Tennis

PE for Aesthetic Appreciation, Health and Fitness

Fitness, Cheerleading, Gymnastics, Contemporary Dance, Street Dance, Trampoline, Body Tone, Athletics, Rounders, Softball, Tennis

The Competitive Team Games Performance and Leadership  pathway develops performance within competitive team situations, whereas the Competitive Individual Performance and Leadership pathway develops performance within individual physical activities. Both assist the GCSE PE practical grading process. The Aesthetic Performance and Leadership pathway develops performance in specific aesthetic activities such as gymnastics and dance whilst it also provides knowledge and understanding of physical activities for continued health and wellbeing.

All pathways follow a unit each in Athletics, Rounders and Tennis during the summer term.

You can find out the activities planned for each half population by clicking on the download links.

GCSE Courses

Exam Body: AQA

Qualification: GCSE

Subject: Physical Education

Key Topics:

1. Applied anatomy and physiology

2. Movement analysis

3. Physical training

4. Use of data

5. Sports psychology

6. Socio-cultural influences

7. Health, fitness and well-being

Paper 1: The human body and movement in physical activity and sport

Marks

%

What’s assessed

  • Applied anatomy and physiology

  • Movement analysis

  • Physical training

  • Use of data

78

30

How it’s assessed

  • Written exam: 1 hour 15 minutes

  • 78 marks

  • 30% of GCSE

Questions

  • Answer all questions

  • A mixture of multiple choice/objective test questions, short answer questions and extended answer questions.

Assessment:

Paper 2: Socio-cultural influences and well-being in physical activity and sport

Marks

%

What’s assessed

  • Sports psychology

  • Socio-cultural influences

  • Health, fitness and well-being

78

30

How it’s assessed

  • Written exam: 1 hour 15 minutes

  • 78 marks

  • 30% of GCSE

Questions

  • Answer all questions

  • A mixture of multiple choice/objective test questions, short answer questions and extended answer questions.

 

Non-exam assessment: Practical performance in physical activity and sport

Marks

%

What’s assessed

  • Practical performance in three different activities in the

role of player/performer (one in a team activity, one in an individual activity and a third in either a team or in an individual activity).

Analysis and evaluation of performance to bring about improvement on one activity.

100

40

How it’s assessed

  • Assessed by teachers

  • Moderated by AQA

  • 100 marks

  • 40 % of GCSE

Questions

  • For each of their three activities, students will be assessed in skills in progressive drills (10 marks per activity) and in the full context (15 marks per activity).

  • Students will be assessed on their analysis (15 marks) and evaluation (10 marks) of performance to bring about improvement in one activity.

 

Homework / Independent Learning

Core Physical Education

All students in KS3 & 4 are not set regular homework. Instead, students are expected and encouraged to take part in regular physical activity through our extensive extra-curricular programme or through organised sport and activity outside of home. We also expect our students to use both the physical activity at home resource and physical activity record booklets to ensure that they regularly take part in and record their physical activity sessions.

GCSE Physical Education

All students are set regular homework every 2 weeks in line with the department and Academy’s homework policy. This will take the form of a variety of different formats to ensure that all students are challenged and make good or better progress.

Extra-curricular and Enrichment Opportunities

Here at Braunton Academy, the Physical Education Department offer an extensive and wide range of extra-curricular clubs to students in Years 7 – 11 throughout various times in the school day and after school.

We do our very best to offer a variety of rich and diverse clubs to capture the interest and imagination of a wide range of students in both competitive and non-competitive activities, many of which lead into competitive matches/ tournaments against local North Devon, Devon and South West Schools. Each term we reflect on their successes, and do our very best to make improvements when and where we are able to.

We are also exceptionally lucky to be able to employ a number of external coaches in specific activities, providing your children with the very best sporting opportunities and expertise available in North Devon.

I trust that you and your child value the importance of regular physical activity, and understand the benefits of a healthy active lifestyle, and together we hope your child enjoys these enrichment opportunities to their learning, extending their interests further through our extra-curricular provision, and hope to see as many students regularly attending our extra-curricular activities.

Please follow the link to the Extra-Curricular Club List

In addition to the link above the below activities are also available, please visit the Aspire Sports Academy on the Parents section of the website:

Athletics

Badminton

Basketball

Cricket

Dance

Football

Netball

Rock Climbing

Rounders

Rugby

Surfing

Swimming

Volleyball

 

Useful Links

 

Department of Culture, Media and Sport http://www.culture.gov.uk/

International Olympic Committee http://www.olympic.org/

International Paralympic Committee http://www.paralympic.org/

International Paralympic Committee http://www.paralympic.org/

National Coaching Foundation http://www.sportscoachuk.org/

Sport England http://www.sportengland.org/

Youth Sport Trust http://www.youthsporttrust.org/

UK Sport http://www.uksport.gov.uk/

Dame Kelly Holmes Legacy Trust http://www.damekellyholmestrust.org/

Governing Bodies

Athletics http://www.british-athletics.co.uk/

World Athletics http://www.iaaf.org/

Basketball http://www.englandbasketball.co.uk/

Gymnastics http://www.baga.co.uk/

Cricket http://www.lords.org/latest-news/top-stories

Health http://www.thefitmap.com/

World Hockey http://www.fihockey.org/

England Rugby http://www.englandrugby.com/

World Rugby http://www.englandrugby.com/

Football http://www.thefa.com/

Tennis www.lta.org.uk

Netball http://www.englandnetball.co.uk/

Rounders http://www.roundersengland.co.uk/

Volleyball http://www.volleyballengland.org/

Information

1st4Sport www.1st4sport.com

BBC News http://news.bbc.co.uk

Careers in sport www.careers-in-sport.co.uk

Inner Body www.innerbody.com

Sports Science  www.exploratorium.edu/sports/index.html

Sports, science, fitness & nutrition www.topendsports.com

Training Programmes/ Principles www.brianmac.demon.co.uk

Penn Medicine www.uphs.upenn.edu/radiology

Sports Injury Clinic http://www.sportsinjuryclinic.net/

BBC Health www.bbc.co.uk/health/

Peak Performance www.pponline.co.uk

Top Marks Educational Search Engine www.topmarks.co.uk

Physical Education Update www.physicaleducationupdate.com

KEY STAGE 3

Throughout Key Stage three students are taught 2 hours a week of Physical Education. Students’ work is assessed in 4 weekly units and reported termly.

The Key processes of the modernised National Curriculum in Key Stage 3 PE include:

Developing skills in physical activity
Making and applying decisions
Developing physical and mental capacities
Evaluating and improving
Making informed choices about health, active lifestyles.

Please follow the link to the Programme of Study for Year 7

 

 

KEY STAGE 3

Throughout Key Stage three students are taught 2 hours a week of Physical Education. Students’ work is assessed in 4 weekly units and reported termly.

The Key processes of the modernised National Curriculum in Key Stage 3 PE include:

Developing skills in physical activity
Making and applying decisions
Developing physical and mental capacities
Evaluating and improving
Making informed choices about health, active lifestyles.

In years 7, 8 and 9 these processes are delivered through a range of content, click on the link for the Year 8 Programme of Study. Link

 

 

KEY STAGE 3

Throughout Key Stage three students are taught 2 hours a week of Physical Education. Students’ work is assessed in 4 weekly units and reported termly.

The Key processes of the modernised National Curriculum in Key Stage 3 PE include:

Developing skills in physical activity
Making and applying decisions
Developing physical and mental capacities
Evaluating and improving
Making informed choices about health, active lifestyles.

In years 7, 8 and 9 these processes are delivered through a range of content, click on the link for the Year 9 Programme of Study. Link

 

 

 

 

Core PE at Key Stage 4

It is compulsory for all students to participate in two hours of Core physical education a week.

Core Physical Education

The aim at Key Stage 4 is to allow students to follow a personalised learning programme over the Key Stage, whilst keeping within National Curriculum parameters. Students choose one of three Pathways that offer a wide selection of programmes.

Competitive Team Games Performance and Leadership

Fitness, Football, Rugby, Netball, Hockey, Volleyball, Boxercise, HIIT, Leadership, Basketball, Athletics, Rounders, Cricket, Tennis

Competitive Individual Performance and Leadership

Fitness, Badminton, Cycling, Trampoline, Rock Climbing, Orienteering, Boxercise, HIIT, Walking, Athletics, Rounders, Softball, Tennis

Aesthetic Performance and Leadership

Fitness, Cheerleading, Gymnastics, Contemporary Dance, Street Dance, Trampoline, Body Tone, Athletics, Rounders, Softball, Tennis

The Competitive Team Games Performance and Leadership  pathway develops performance within competitive team situations, whereas the Competitive Individual Performance and Leadership pathway develops performance within individual physical activities. Both assist the GCSE PE practical grading process. The Aesthetic Performance and Leadership pathway develops performance in specific aesthetic activities such as gymnastics and dance whilst it also provides knowledge and understanding of physical activities for continued health and wellbeing.

All pathways follow a unit each in Athletics, Rounders and Tennis during the summer term.

You can find out the activities planned for each half population by clicking on the following links:

Year 10 Programme of Study

Year 11 Programme of Study

 

GCSE in PE

Our Current Year 10 & 11 students are following the new AQA GCSE Physical Education syllabus entered in 2010.

Below are the GCSE folder sheets that have been given to all students at the start of term.

GCSE Physical Education - Theory Student Glossary

GCSE Physical Education - AQA Examiner's tip

GCSE Physical Education - Level Descriptors


PE Full Course:

Unit 3 Knowledge and Understanding for the Active Participant

Written paper 1 hour 30 minutes.  80 marks 40%.  Composed of multiple choice short answers, long answer questions and scenario questions.  Scenario issued in January.

Unit 4 The Active Participant

Controlled assessments 20 marks each activity (10 marks for key process A, 10 marks for key process B). 90 marks 60%. 4 assessments from two groups, 2 must be as a player/performer, 1 in a different role.

Activities are assessed in 6 groups or ways of thinking

Group 1 Outwitting opponents as in games activities.

Group 2 Accurate replication of actions, phrases and sequences as in gymnastic activities.

Group 3 Exploring and communicating ideas, concepts and emotions.

Group 4 Performing at maximum levels in relation to speed, height, distance, strength or accuracy as in athletic activities

Group 5 Identifying and solving problems to overcome challenges of an adventurous nature as in life saving and personal survival.
Group 6 Exercising safely and effectively to improve health and well-being as in fitness and health activities.

For a full list of activities that can be assessed in the six areas please visit www.aqa.org.uk

The Roles of the Active Participant:

Player/Performer
Organiser
Leader/Coach
Choreographer
Official

Independent learning for PE

Homework is regularly set on the Show my homework website and it is important that students access extra learning resources that are available on the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) to extend their homework and aid their preparation for examinations and tests.

BBC PE links for both Key Stage 3 and 4

GCSE PE Revision

There are now comprehensive resources available via the Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) for students enroled on this course. The resources now available will greatly improve the revision opportunities for students at Braunton Academy. Many websites will help your son or daughter with their Physical Education studies. Please click on Active Devon link below to find out where you can take part in sport in your local area.

Revision Websites:

GCSE Bitesize http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/

Revision World http://revisionworld.com/gcse-revision/pe-physical-education

S-Cool Revision http://www.s-cool.co.uk/

Teach PE http://www.teachpe.com/

PE4Learning http://www.pe4learning.com/

http://www.kerboodle.com/

Percentage of past pupils who enrolled in GCSE Physical Education and achieved an A* - C grade - please refer to table in the Resource section (left)

 

Boys

 

Year Group

House Team

Autumn Points

Football

Spring Points

Rugby

Summer Points

Tennis

Sports Day

7

Croyde

4

4

1

1

7

Putsborough

3

2

3

2

7

Saunton

1

1

4

4

7

Woolacombe

2

3

2

3

Girls

Year Group

House Team

Autumn Points

Netball

Spring Points

Football

Summer Points

Tennis

Sports Day

7

Croyde

2

2

1

1

7

Putsborough

4

3

3

2

7

Saunton

1

1

4

4

7

Woolacombe

3

4

2

3

Boys

Year Group

House Team

Autumn Points

Football

Spring Points

Rugby

Summer Points

Tennis

Sports Day

8

Croyde

3

2

3

1

8

Putsborough

4

3

4

2

8

Saunton

2

4

1

4

8

Woolacombe

2

1

2

3

Girls

Year Group

House Team

Autumn Points

Netball

Spring Points

Football

Summer Points

Tennis

Sports Day

8

Croyde

3

4

3

1

8

Putsborough

4

2

4

2

8

Saunton

2

1

1

4

8

Woolacombe

1

3

2

3

Boys

Year Group

House Team

Autumn Points

Football

Spring Points

Rugby

Summer Points

Tennis

Sports Day

9

Croyde

1

3

3

1

9

Putsborough

2

1

1

2

9

Saunton

3

2

2

4

9

Woolacombe

4

4

4

3

Girls

Year Group

House Team

Autumn Points

Netball

Spring Points

Football

Summer Points

Tennis

Sports Day

9

Croyde

3

4

2

1

9

Putsborough

2

3

1

2

9

Saunton

1

2

2

4

9

Woolacombe

4

1

4

3

Boys

Year Group

House Team

Autumn Points

Football

Spring Points

Rugby

Summer Points

Tennis

Sports Day

10

Croyde

3

2

2

1

10

Putsborough

2

4

1

2

10

Saunton

3

2

3

4

10

Woolacombe

4

1

4

3

Girls

Year Group

House Team

Autumn Points

Netball

Spring Points

Football

Summer Points

Tennis

Sports Day

10

Croyde

4

4

2

1

10

Putsborough

3

3

1

2

10

Saunton

2

2

3

4

10

Woolacombe

1

1

4

3

Boys

Year Group

House Team

Autumn Points

Football

Spring Points

Rugby

11

Croyde

 

 

11

Putsborough

 

 

11

Saunton

 

 

11

Woolacombe

 

 

Girls

Year Group

House Team

Autumn Points

Netball

Spring Points

Football

11

Croyde

 

 

11

Putsborough

 

 

11

Saunton

 

 

11

Woolacombe

 

 

 

Extra-Curricular Clubs at Braunton Academy

Here at Braunton Academy, the Physical Education Department offer an extensive and wide range of extra-curricular clubs to students in Years 7 – 11 throughout various times in the school day and after school.

We do our very best to offer a variety of rich and diverse clubs to capture the interest and imagination of a wide range of students in both competitive and non-competitive activities, many of which lead into competitive matches/ tournaments against local North Devon, Devon and South West Schools. Each term we reflect on their successes, and do our very best to make improvements when and where we are able to.

We are also exceptionally lucky to be able to employ a number of external coaches in specific activities, providing your children with the very best sporting opportunities and expertise available in North Devon.

I trust that you and your child value the importance of regular physical activity, and understand the benefits of a healthy active lifestyle, and together we hope your child enjoys these enrichment opportunities to their learning, extending their interests further through our extra-curricular provision, and hope to see as many students regularly attending our extra-curricular activities.

Please follow the link to the Extra-Curricular Programme Half Term 1

In addition to the link above the following activities are also available:

Aquathon

Athletics

Badminton

Basketball

Cricket

Dance

Karate

Netball

Rock Climbing

Rugby

Surfing

Swimming

Table Tennis

Volleyball

Sports Personality of the Year sponsored by DryRobe

2008 Joe Parish

2009 Linford Brock

2010 Lucy Campbell

2011 Peony Knight

2012 Peony Knight

2013 Anaya Evans

2014 Anaya Evans and Oliver Gardner

2015 Ellie Austin

2016 India Martin

2017 Mark Wild

2018 Alex Townsend

 

Outstanding Contribution to School Sport sponsored by Tiki

2017 Joe Hill

2018 Mia Roome-Goodwin

 

Team of the Year 

2010 Year 7 Boys Athletics

2011 Year 8 Boys Athletics and Football

2012 Year 7 Boys Athletics

2014 Year 10 Boys Athletics and Rugby

2016 Year 7 Boys Athletics

2017 Year 7 Boys Athletics and Football

2018 Year 7 Girls Netball

 

Physical Activity Award sponsored by DryRobe

2017 Eva Moorcraft-Holland

2018 Jay Tittle and Denis Psaltis

 

Sports Day Alternative Events

2014 Saunton

2015 Croyde

2016 Croyde

2017 Saunton

2018 Croyde

 

Sports Day

2008 Woolacombe

2009 Croyde

2010 Woolacombe

2011 Woolacombe

2012 Woolacombe

2013 Woolacombe

2014 Croyde

2015 Croyde

2016 Croyde

2017 Croyde

2018 Croyde

Fitness Testing Data

 

  1. Agility – The Illinois Agility Test

Normative Data for the Illinois Agility Run Test

The following are national norms for 16 to 19 year olds.

Gender

Excellent

Above Average

Average

Below Average

Poor

Male

<15.2 secs

15.2 - 16.1 secs

16.2 - 18.1 secs

18.2 - 19.3 secs

>19.3 secs

Female

<17.0 secs

17.0 - 17.9 secs

18.0 - 21.7 secs

21.8 - 23.0 secs

>23.0 secs


 

  1. Balance – The Stork Stand Test

Normative Data for the Stork Stand Test

The following table are national norms for 16 to 19 year olds.

Rating

Males

Females

Excellent

>50

>30

Above Average

41-50

23-30

Average

31-40

16-22

Below Average

20-30

10-15

Poor

<20

<10


 

  1. Cardiovascular Endurance – The Coopers Test

Normative Data for the Coopers Test

The following table are national norms for 13 to 16 year olds.

Male Athletes

Age

Excellent

Above Average

Average

Below Average

Poor

13-14

>2700m

2400-2700m

2200-2399m

2100-2199m

<2100m

15-16

>2800m

2500-2800m

2300-2499m

2200-2299m

<2200m

Female Athletes

Age

Excellent

Above Average

Average

Below Average

Poor

13-14

>2000m

1900-2000m

1600-1899m

1500-1599m

<1500m

15-16

>2100m

2000-2100m

1700-1999m

1600-1699m

<1600m




 

  1. Co-ordination – The Wall Toss Test

Normative Data for the Wall Toss Test

The following table are national norms for 15 to 16 year olds.

Age

High Score

Above Average

Average

Below Average

Low score

15-16 Years

>35

30 - 35

25 - 29

20 - 24

<20


 

  1. Flexibility – The Sit and Reach Test

Normative data for the Flexibility Test

The following table are national norms for athletes aged under 36.

Rating

Men

Women

Excellent

>17.9

>17.9

Good

17.0 - 17.9

16.7 - 17.9

Average

15.8 - 16.9

16.2 - 16.6

Fair

15.0 - 15.7

15.8 - 16.1

Poor

<15.0

<15.8


 

  1. Muscular Endurance – The Sit Up Test

Normative data for the Sit Up Test

The following table are national norms for 16 to 19 year olds.

Gender

Excellent

Above Average

Average

Below Average

Poor

Male

>30

26 - 30

20 - 25

17 - 19

<17

Female

>25

21 - 25

15 - 20

9 - 14

<9


 

  1. Power – The Vertical Jump Test

Normative Data for the Vertical Jump Test

The following table is for 15 to 16 year olds.

Gender

Excellent

Above average

Average

Below average

Poor

Male

>65cm

56 - 65cm

50 - 55cm

49 - 40cm

<40cm

Female

>60cm

51 - 60cm

41 - 50cm

35 - 40cm

<35cm


 

  1. Reaction Time – The Ruler Drop Test

Normative Data for the Ruler Drop Test

The following are national norms for 16 to 19 year olds.

Excellent

Above Average

Average

Below Average

Poor

<7.5cm

7.5 - 15.9cm

15.9 - 20.4cm

20.4 - 28cm

>28cm


 

  1. Speed – The 30m Sprint Test

Normative Data for the 30m Sprint Test

The following are national norms for 16 to 19 year olds.

Gender

Excellent

Above Average

Average

Below Average

Poor

Male

<4

4.0 - 4.2

4.3 - 4.4

4.5 - 4.6

>4.6

Female

<4.5

4.5 - 4.6

4.7 - 4.8

4.9 - 5.0

>5.


 

  1. Strength (Forearm) – The Handgrip Dynamometer Test

Normative Data for the Hand Grip Dynamometer Test

The following are national norms for 16 to 19 year olds.

Gender

Excellent

Good

Average

Fair

Poor

Male

>56

51-56

45-50

39-44

<39

Female

>36

31-36

25-30

19-24

<19


 

  1. Strength (Leg and Trunk) – The Leg and Trunk Dynamometer Test

No Normative data for the Leg & Trunk Strength Dynamometer Test

 

Improving fitness

Below you will find web links as examples of how to improve health and fitness levels and examples of exercises to improve your/your child’s levels of fitness.

Please note the following to optimise training and reduce the risk of injury

  1. Match the type of training and the intensity of work to the performer’s individual needs.

  2. Do not over train.

  3. Wear appropriate clothing and footwear.

  4. Stretch, but do not overstretch or bounce your stretches.

  5. Use taping and bracing, where appropriate.

  6. Always use the correct technique.

  7. Keep hydrated.

  8. Make time for rest and recovery.

  9. Always warm up and cool down.

  10. If necessary, consult your/your child’s GP for advice.

  11. Always use the principles of training. (http://www.teachpe.com/fitness/training_principles.php)

Health and Fitness

www.nhs.uk/live-well/exercise/

Agility

https://www.acefitness.org/education-and-resources/professional/expert-articles/3782/6-exercises-to-improve-agility

Balance

http://www.health.com/fitness/improve-balance

Cardiovascular Endurance

https://www.fitday.com/fitness-articles/fitness/10-tips-to-improve-your-cardio-workout.html

Co-ordination

https://www.livestrong.com/article/506296-10-examples-of-coordination-balance-exercise/

Flexibility

https://www.self.com/gallery/essential-stretches-slideshow

Muscular Endurance

https://www.healthline.com/health/fitness-exercise/muscular-endurance-exercises

Power

https://www.livestrong.com/article/159566-power-exercises-drills/

Reaction Time

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-428903/How-improve-reaction-times.html

Strength

https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/exercise/how-to-improve-strength-flexibility/

Speed

https://greatist.com/fitness/25-ways-run-faster-now