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SKILL-RELATED COMPONENTS OF FITNESS - AQA GCSE PE

GCSE PE Revision tool covering training; principles, methods and the components of fitness.
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Transcript of SKILL-RELATED COMPONENTS OF FITNESS - AQA GCSE PE

SKILL-RELATED FACTORS OF FITNESS
Skill Related
factors of
fitness
Co-ordination:
Co- ordination
is the ability to link all the parts of a movement into one efficient, smooth movement -
this involves
CONTROL
E.g. Football - foot-eye
Tennis/Netball/Basketball - hand-eye
Agility:
Agility

is the ability to move quickly, changing direction and speed.
Can you think of two other sports where agility is particularly important?
THINK - PAIR - SHARE:

Can you think of the two different
types of balance?
Balance
Balance
is the ability to maintain a given posture in
static
or
dynamic
situations and be able to stay level and stable.
Balance can be:
Static –

for example, a handstand in gymnastics
Dynamic –

for example, keeping your balance on a bike as it goes round a corner or surfing.
Reaction Time
Reaction time
is the time taken for the body, or part the body to respond to a stimulus.

There are two types:
1.
Simple
- must react to something as it happens e.g ???
2.
Choice
- able to size up situation and then decide to react e.g ???


Timing:
The ability to coincide movements in relation to external forces.
It combines
decision-making,

reaction time
and
co-ordination.

Can you think of a sporting example?
Examination questions:
Multiple Choice:
Short answer questions:
1.

What is meant by the term ‘agility’? Give one example from a physical activity.

(2 marks)
Longer question:
Using an example from a named physical activity explain how increased flexibility can help improve performance.
(3 marks)
Multiple Choice:
1.
The combination of speed and strength in one explosive movement is known as what?
(1 mark)

(a)
agility
(b)
power
(c)
balance
(d)
flexibility
2.
Flexibility is.
(1 mark)

(a)
The range of motion possible at a joint
(b)
The ability of a muscle to stretch beyond its normal position.
(c)
The percentage of body-weight that is fat, muscle and bone.
(d)
The extent to which the skeletal will allow movement to occur in a given direction.
3.
Maximum Heart rate (HR) is calculated by:
(1 mark)

(a)
220 multiplied by age
(b)
220 minus age
(c)
220 plus age
(d)
220 divided by age
2.
What is meant by the term ‘co-ordination’?
Give one example from a physical activity
(2 marks)
3.
Glenn is a good gymnast. He is looking to improve by following a flexibility and speed training program.

a)
Suggest another type of fitness he might need to develop.
b)
Explain how your answer to (a) is used in gymnastics.

(2 marks)
STARTER ACTIVITY
By the end of the lesson you should...
ALL
:
Be able to recall all the 5 skill-related components
MOST:
Define what each component is and give an example within sport
SOME:
Explain how these factor interrelate with eachother and also with the components of fitness
LO: Consider the ways in which skill - related factors contribute to fitness and effective performance


Balance is closely linked to agility - WHY?
Homework: Due Thursday 24th
Responding to feedback:
1. Collect your book from Pe office on Monday B1 or B2
2. Respond to the teacher feedback/question
Yesterday we tested our Cardiovascular fitness using the Multi Stage fitness test....
Q: State what is meant by the term Cardiovascular fitness. Using an example from a named activity, explain how increased cardiovascular fitness can help improve performance.
Turn to the
BACK
of your book and answer the following...
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