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5.3: Components Of Fitness
Agility
Muscular
Endurance
Balance
Co-Ordination
Cardio-Vascular Endurance
Flexibility
Reaction...
Health Related ComponentsHealth Related Components
Of FitnessOf Fitness
Cardio-Vascular Endurance
Muscular Endurance
St...
Sport Related ComponentsSport Related Components
Of FitnessOf Fitness
Agility
Speed
Reaction Time
Balance (Static and ...
Health Related ComponentsHealth Related Components
Of FitnessOf Fitness
The Definitions
Cardio-Vascular EnduranceCardio-Vascular Endurance
 The ability of the
heart and lungs to
provide energy for
the working
...
Muscular EnduranceMuscular Endurance
 The ability of a
muscle or muscle
group to work
repeatedly over a
period of time.
...
StrengthStrength
 The ability of a
muscle or muscle
group to apply a
force to overcome
a resistance. This
can be static o...
FlexibilityFlexibility
 The range of
movement around a
joint.
 For example, doing
the splits in
gymnastics.
Body TypeBody Type
 There are 3 body types:
endomorph (prop),
mesomorph (swimmer)
and ectomorph (high
jumper). Body type ...
Sport Related ComponentsSport Related Components
Of FitnessOf Fitness
The Definitions
AgilityAgility
 The ability to
change direction at
pace.
 For example,
goalkeeper diving
to save a shot.
SpeedSpeed
 The ability to
perform a
movement quickly.
 For example, 100m
sprint.
Reaction TimeReaction Time
 The ability to
respond quickly to
stimuli.
 For example,
reacting to the gun
at the start of...
Static BalanceStatic Balance
 The ability to
maintain equilibrium
while still.
 For example, a
handstand in
gymnastics.
Dynamic BalanceDynamic Balance
 The ability to
maintain equilibrium
while moving.
 For example,
dribbling a football
at ...
Co-ordinationCo-ordination
 The ability to use
senses and body
parts to perform
motor skills
fluently and
accurately.
 F...
PowerPower
 Speed times
strength.
 For example,
hitting an ice
hockey puck.
Homework: To Be Completed By NextHomework: To Be Completed By Next
LessonLesson
 1. Give a specific example of each of th...
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  1. 1. 5.3: Components Of Fitness Agility Muscular Endurance Balance Co-Ordination Cardio-Vascular Endurance Flexibility Reaction Time Strength Power Speed
  2. 2. Health Related ComponentsHealth Related Components Of FitnessOf Fitness Cardio-Vascular Endurance Muscular Endurance Strength Flexibility Body Type
  3. 3. Sport Related ComponentsSport Related Components Of FitnessOf Fitness Agility Speed Reaction Time Balance (Static and Dynamic) Co-ordination Power
  4. 4. Health Related ComponentsHealth Related Components Of FitnessOf Fitness The Definitions
  5. 5. Cardio-Vascular EnduranceCardio-Vascular Endurance  The ability of the heart and lungs to provide energy for the working muscles over a period of time.  For example, completing a long distance race.
  6. 6. Muscular EnduranceMuscular Endurance  The ability of a muscle or muscle group to work repeatedly over a period of time.  For example, competing a rowing race.
  7. 7. StrengthStrength  The ability of a muscle or muscle group to apply a force to overcome a resistance. This can be static or dynamic.  For example, lifting a heavy weight.
  8. 8. FlexibilityFlexibility  The range of movement around a joint.  For example, doing the splits in gymnastics.
  9. 9. Body TypeBody Type  There are 3 body types: endomorph (prop), mesomorph (swimmer) and ectomorph (high jumper). Body type is made up of body size and composition.  For example, jockeys and darts players can have very different body types and both be successful.
  10. 10. Sport Related ComponentsSport Related Components Of FitnessOf Fitness The Definitions
  11. 11. AgilityAgility  The ability to change direction at pace.  For example, goalkeeper diving to save a shot.
  12. 12. SpeedSpeed  The ability to perform a movement quickly.  For example, 100m sprint.
  13. 13. Reaction TimeReaction Time  The ability to respond quickly to stimuli.  For example, reacting to the gun at the start of a race.
  14. 14. Static BalanceStatic Balance  The ability to maintain equilibrium while still.  For example, a handstand in gymnastics.
  15. 15. Dynamic BalanceDynamic Balance  The ability to maintain equilibrium while moving.  For example, dribbling a football at speed.
  16. 16. Co-ordinationCo-ordination  The ability to use senses and body parts to perform motor skills fluently and accurately.  For example, catching the ball in a lineout.
  17. 17. PowerPower  Speed times strength.  For example, hitting an ice hockey puck.
  18. 18. Homework: To Be Completed By NextHomework: To Be Completed By Next LessonLesson  1. Give a specific example of each of the components of fitness from a sport of your choice. (Different to those already given)  2. Describe the components of fitness most important for the following sportsmen and explain why:  a. A prop in rugby.  b. a goal-keeper in soccer  c. an Olympic gymnast  d. a 100m runner.  e. a downhill skier
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