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BTEC Unit 1: Fitness for Sport and Exercise
Transcript of BTEC Unit 1: Fitness for Sport and Exercise
6 Components of Physical Fitness
5 Components of Skill-Related Fitness
The ability of a sports performer to quickly and precisely move or change direction without losing balance or time
The ability to maintain centre of mass over a base of support
The smooth flow of movement needed to perform a motor task efficiently and accurately
The product of strength and speed
How Will I Remember?
Why are fitness components important for success?
To successfully meet the physical demands of the sport to reach optimal performance
To successfully meet the skill-related demands of the sport to reach optimal performance
To perform effectively
Giving due consideration to the type of event/position played
Having an adequate range of motion in all joints of the body; the ability to move a joint fluidly through its complete range of movement
The maximum force (in kg or N) that can be generated by a muscle or muscle group
The ability of the cardiorespiratory system to work efficiently, supplying nutrients and oxygen to working muscles during sustained physical activity
The relative ratio of fat mass to fat-free mass (vital organs, muscle, bone) in the body
The ability of the muscular system to work efficiently, where a muscle can continue contracting over a period of time against a light to moderate fixed resistance load
Distance divided by the time taken. Speed is measured in metres per second (m/s). The faster an athlete runs over a given distance, the greater their speed
The time taken for a sports performer to respond to a stimulus and the initiation of their response