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Skill-related Components of Fitness

BTEC Sport
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Samantha James

on 22 September 2013

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Transcript of Skill-related Components of Fitness

TASK
Video Round
TASK
Picture Round
Which components of fitness are shown in the pictures?
Watch the video clips and THINK about the importance of the components of fitness
TASK
Harvard Business Review
BTEC Sport
Skill-related fitness
Definitions
You can use any of the following:
In groups of 4 find out the definitions of each component of fitness
Balance
TASK
Compare your definition
The Components of Fitness
Unit 1: Fitness for Sport and exercise
Learning Objective: to know the skill-related components of fitness
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Agility
The ability of a sports performer to quickly move or change direction without losing balance or time.
The ability to maintain centre of mass over a base of support. There are two types of balance:
static
and
dynamic

Examples?
The smooth flow of movement needed to perform a task accurately and efficiently.
Coordination
Speed times strength
Power
Reaction Time
The time taken for a sports performer to respond to a stimulus and the start of their response.
* successfully meet the physical demands of the sport in order to reach optimal performance

* successfully meet the skill-related demands of the sport in order to reach optimal performance

* to perform efficiently

* give due consideration to the type of event/position played.
Why are fitness components important for successful participation in given sport?
Performers are able to:
Choose a sport.

Explain each bullet point above using your experiences in sport. For example, rugby is a very physical sport with many tackles being made. To make sure I don't get injured I must make sure that I am fully fit, have good muscle tone and strength. This will mean that I won't get injured when someone tackles me or I tackle them.
Agility
Balance
Coordination
Reaction Time
Power
Grading Criteria:

P1 -
describe
the fitness requirements for achieving excellence in a selected sport


M1 -
explain
the fitness requirements for achieving
excellence in a selected sport
EXAMPLES

Flexibility
- this is the amount of movement around a joint. For example a gymnast needs to be flexible to perform the movements correctly such as back flips and somersaults.

Speed
- this is how fast you get from A to B for example a hundred metre runner needs speed so he/she can beat their opponents.

Body composition
-this is the amount of muscle, bone and fat on the body for example long distance runners are really skinny and don’t have much fat because it suits their sport they can keep running for longer and there is less stress on the joints.
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