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Health related fitness

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BETHAN REES

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Health and Fitness
Definition of Health – Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well being.

Definition of Fitness – the ability to meet the demands of the environment .
Components of Fitness
Definition: The ability to work for long periods of time without getting tired.
STAMINA
Cardiovascular Endurance
Muscular Endurance
Definition: ability to work the muscles over a prolonged period of time without the onset of fatigue
Definition: ability to work the heart and lungs over a prolonged time period without becoming fatigued.
Test:
- Multistage Fitness Test
- Cooper's run
Test:
- Sit-up bleep test
Definition: maximum force a muscle or group of muscles can exert against a resistance in one single voluntary contraction

MAXIMUM STRENGTH
Test: Hand Grip Dynamometer
One rep max
Definition: the range of movement possible around a/at joint.
FLEXIBILITY (SUPPLENESS)
Test: Sit and Reach Test
MESOMORPH
Body Composition
ENDOMORPH
ECTOMORPH
Definition: a combination of speed and strength or
the ability to contract muscles with speed and force in one explosive act
Explosive POWER
Test:
-standing long jump/broad jump
-standing vertical jump
Definition: The ability to carry out several movements at once or in sequence smoothly & effectively.
CO-ORDINATION
Test: Hand wall alternate throw
Definition:
- maintain equilibrium whilst moving or stationary
- Static balance is the ability to hold the body in a position of stillness
- Dynamic balance is the ability to maintain a balanced position while moving.
BALANCE
Test: Stork Stand
Definition: The ability to respond to stimulus quickly. This can be simple or involve a choice.
REACTION TIME
Test: Ruler drop test
Definition: the ability to change direction of the body at speed without losing control
AGILITY
Test: illinois agility test
Definition: the ability to move the body or limbs as quickly as possible
SPEED
Test: 30m Sprint
Factors affecting fitness
- Physique
-Diet
-Exercise
-Physical Disability
-Illness & fatigue
-Drug taking
-Stress
-The environment
FACTORS:
Age
-Muscles get weaker
-Bones get lighter
-Heart rate decreases
-Joints stiffen
-Movement is slower
-Body fat increases

Sex
-Strength
-Cardio respiratory endurance
-Bone structure
-Speed
-Flexibility
-Body composition
Can you guess which components of fitness are being shown?
GCSE 2016
Characteristics needed to be an outstandning GCSE pupil
ORGANISED
MOTIVATED
REFLECTIVE
Course overview
THEORY:
PRACTICAL:
50% (100 marks) - 2 hour paper (Year 11)
50% (100 marks)
- 3 sports (team, individual and other) (28 marks each - 14% each)
- PFP (personal fitness programme) (16 marks - 8%)
Your organisation is key:
Expectations:
File
Dividers
Exercise book (formal assessment book)
Target tracker
Syllabus
You will need:
Your file will be neat and organised (nothing falling out)
Feedback will be responded too
There will be FILE CHECKS
DON'T LET ME DOWN!!!!!!!!!!
Google classroom
Code: x7cd13
Your first assignment is online.
Instructions:
Join the google class (+ icon top right)
Type in the code above
click on the assignment to get a copy
complete
upload and hand in
Feedback dialogue
Why?
Sometimes the only one on one conversation you have with a teacher based directly on your work and progress
What's expected of me?
Each piece of work that's formally marked, whether that be peer, self or teacher assessment, NEEDS TO BE ACTED UPON (do the actions)
You will be given time in lessons to do this or set as homework
Theory topics:
Fitness, health and training

Anatomy and Physiology

Participation and Provision

Sport Psychology
Good exercise habits:
e.g. walk to school
Can you think of anymore?
Relationship between
Health and Fitness:
Exercise
-You must be fit to be healthy
- However, you don't need to be
healthy to be fit
Some jobs/Sport require better fitness than others:
Task:
1. rank the jobs in order and justify
2. rank the sports in order and justify
How could you motivate/encourage somebody Sedentary to become more active?
How could you adhere to this?
Homework
IS ON GOOGLE CLASSROOM!!!
Are all sports performers healthy?
the % of bone muscle and fat in the body
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