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    • 1. Take out a paper for notes Use a proper heading. Due at the end of the class period
    • 2. “ Anyone who is good at sports is physically fit.” Do you agree, or disagree? Why? Physical Fitness
    • 3. Health Related Physical Fitness Skills Related
    • 4. Health Related Physical Fitness . . . parts of physical fitness that help a person stay healthy.
    • 5. Health Related
      • Aerobic Endurance
      • Flexibility
      • Muscular Endurance
      • Body Composition
      • Muscular Strength
    • 6. Health Related Aerobic Endurance
      • The ability to exercise your body for long periods of time.
      • Requires a strong heart, healthy lungs and clear blood vessels to supply the cells in your body with oxygen they need.
    • 7. Health Related Muscular Endurance
      • the ability to use your muscles without tiring.
      • People that have good muscular endurance are likely to have better posture and fewer back problems.
      • They are also better able to resist fatigue.
    • 8. Health Related Muscular Strength
      • the amount of force your muscles can produce.
          • Often measured by how much weight you can lift.
      • People with good strength can perform daily tasks efficiently– that is, with the least amount of effort.
    • 9. Health Related Flexibility
      • You are flexible when your muscles are long enough and your joints are free enough to allow movement
      • the ability to use your joints fully through a wide range of motion
      • Flexible people have fewer sore or injured muscles.
    • 10. Health Related Body Composition
      • The % of body weight that is made up of fat compared to other body tissue. (bones, muscles, organs, tissue)
      • People who are in a healthy range of body fatness are more likely to avoid illness and have lower death rates than people who are outside of the healthy range.
      • Extreme ranges are the most dangerous; too little fat, like too much, can cause health problems
    • 11. Skills Related . . . parts of fitness that help a person perform well in sports and activities that require certain skills.
    • 12. Skills Related
      • Agility
      • Coordination
      • Power
      • Speed
      • Reaction Time
      • Balance
    • 13. Skills Related Agility
      • The ability to change the position of your body quickly and to control your body’s movements
      • Good agility: good at activities like wrestling, diving, soccer and ice skating
    • 14. Skills Related Balance
      • The ability to keep an upright posture while standing still or moving.
      • Good balance: good at activities like gymnastics and ice skating
    • 15. Skills Related Coordination
      • The ability to use your sense together with your body parts, or to use 2+ body parts together
      • Good eye/foot or eye/hand coordination: good at activities like baseball, softball, soccer, golf, tennis
    • 16. Skills Related Power
      • The ability to use strength quickly. It involves both strength and speed.
      • Good power: good at activities like shot put, discus throw, high jump, football, speed swim.
    • 17. Skills Related Reaction Time
      • The amount of time it take to move once you realize the need to act.
      • Good reaction time: activities like fast starts in track or swimming
    • 18. Skills Related Speed
      • The ability to perform a movement or cover a distance in a short period of time.
      • Good leg speed: can run fast
      • Good arm speed: can throw or hit a ball that is thrown fast.
    • 19. List 10 sports. After each sport, name the part of the health related or skill related fitness to which the sport would apply. Example: Fencing: Agility (Skill related)