Health Related Exercise & Skill Related Fitness

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Health Related Exercise & Skill Related Fitness

  1. 1. Health Related Exercise & Skill Related Fitness Exercise and fitness as a part of your healthy and active lifestyle part II
  2. 2. Can you remember? On a blank sheet of paper… Using the acronym you made up last lesson write down the five area’s of health related fitness.
  3. 3. Health related exercise List 5 components and provide a definition of each; give one example of a sport for each that is essential for performance. 1. Cardiovascular fitness: the ability to exercise the entire body for long periods of time. E.g. 2. Muscular strength: the amount a muscle can exert against a resistance. E.g. 3. Muscular endurance: the ability to voluntary muscles many times without getting tired. E.g. 4. Flexibility: the range of movement possible at a joint. E.g. 5. Body Composition: the percentage of body weight that is fat, bone and muscles. E.g. 5 minutes
  4. 4. Quick question What type of benefit of exercise are all 5 components of Health related exercise? Answer:
  5. 5. Group task: with the people on your table. Come up with a way of remembering the 6 components of SRF!! You can also do the same for HRE for your revision. 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. P 5. R 6. S Example: ABC Peter power, Rob Reaction Time & Sarah Speed. 5
  6. 6. Skill related fitness List 6 components and provide a definition of each; give one example of a sport for each that is essential for performance. 1. Agility: The ability of the body to change position quickly under control. E.g. Rugby sidestep. 2. Balance: the ability to retain the centre of mass of the body above the base of support with reference to static, dynamic conditions of movement, shape & orientation. E.g. 3. Coordination: the ability to use two or more body parts together. E.g. 4. Power: The ability to undertake strength performance quickly. P = S × S. E.G. 5. Reaction Time: the time between the presentation of a stimulus and the onset of movement. E.g. 6. Speed: The different rate at which an individual is able to perform a movement or cover a distance. E.g.
  7. 7. Individual task ........Sports ClipsRugby try.mp4 ........Sports ClipsHigh World Record.mp4 Watch the video. List in order of importance the components of Health related exercise and Skill related fitness for the sport you are watching. Rugby High Jump HRE SRF HRE SRF
  8. 8. Individual task ......sport videoRugby try.mp4 ......sport videoHigh World Record.mp4 Watch the video. List in order of importance the components of Health related exercise and Skill related fitness for the sport you are watching. Rugby High Jump HRE SRF HRE SRF CV Fitness Muscular strength Body Composition Muscular enduramce Flexibility Power Speed Agility Coordination RT Balance Muscular strength Flexibility Body Comp. CV fitness Muscular endurance Power Speed Coordination Agility RT Balance
  9. 9. Test your knowledge... Match the key terms with the definitions below. The ability of the body to change position quickly under control. The range of movement possible at a joint. POWER = Strength × Speed The different rate at which an individual is able to perform a movement or cover a distance. Coordination Speed Reaction Tim Cardiovascular endurance Power Agility Health Body Composition
  10. 10. Exam questions Give a specific example when a games player would use agility during a match. (1) Explain why agility is not important to a 100m sprinter. (1)

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