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Health and Skill related components of fitness
Transcript of Health and Skill related components of fitness
Components Fitness 5. Muscular Strength 1. Agility 2. Balance 3. Coordination 4. Power 5. Reaction Time 6. Speed 1. Body Composition
The percentage of body weight which is fat,
muscle and bone. 2. Cardio-vascular Fitness 3. Flexibility 4. Muscular Endurance Reason for Importance
Provides aerobic base. Lots of continuous movement.
Needed for fast passing and passing over a distance.
Shooting from a distance.
Receiving a ball. Intercepting a pass. Defending.
Fast and accurate movement around court.
Passing, shooting, moving into space, defending.
Passing, receiving, shooting.
Passing, shooting from a distance, defending.
Receiving, defending, intercepting a pass.
Movement off ball, movement on ball, speed of hands. Cardio-Vascular
Speed High medium High High High High High High High Level Component Activities:
1. Which of the following is not a health related fitness component?
c) Muscular strength
d) Body composition
e) Muscular endurance 2. The ability to change direction whilst moving, is the definition of
b) Muscular strength
e) Reaction time Agility Power agility agilty Agility 3. What is the difference between health related and skill related components? 4. Which of the following can not be considered a skill related fitness component?
e) Reaction time Flexibility The ability to exercise the entire body for long periods of time. The range of movements possible at the joint. The ability to use voluntary muscles many
times without getting tired. The amount of force a muscle can exert against a resistance. The ability to change the position of the body quickly and to control the movement of the whole body. The ability to retains the body's centre of mass above the base of support with reference to static, or dynamic, conditions of movement shape and orientation. The ability to use two or more body parts together. The ability to do strength performances quickly
(power = strength x speed) The time between the presentation of a stimulus and the onset of movement The differential rate at which an individual is able to perform a movement or cover a distance in a period of time 6. Speed
Affect the overall health i.e. are essential for basic living
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