1. The ability to transfer energy swiftly into force. The key words to think about are SPEED and STRENGTH.
2. Blocking kicks and punches in martial arts relies on fast reactions. Reaction time is defined as:
a. The ability to move your body in space at speed under control
b. The ability to respond quickly to stimuli
c. The ability to perform a movement quickly
d. The ability to move an object such as a Piano or a Plant pot at speed
3. The ability to use the senses and body parts in order to perform motor tasks smoothly and accurately.
b. Reaction time
4. The ability to maintain equilibrium while stationary or moving.
b. Reaction time
5. The ability to rapidly and accurately change the direction of the whole body in space.
6. In a “Sport Related Fitness” context, Speed is:
a. The ability to perform a movement quickly
b. A performance enhancing drug
c. The movement of the limbs over a set period of time
d. The ability to respond to stimuli quickly
7. The range of motion available at a joint or group of joints is known as your:
d. Muscular Power
8. Where the body is able to supply adequate oxygen to sustain performance for long periods of time:
a. Anaerobic Fitness
b. Aerobic Fitness/Endurance
c. Anabolic Threshold
d. Muscular Endurance
9. The relative percentage of muscle, fat, bone, and other tissue of the body:
a. Body Composition
b. Lean Muscle Mass
c. Aerobic Capacity
10. The main difference between Health Related Fitness and Sport Related Fitness is that:
a. Health Related Fitness is to do with the proficiency of the human body whereas Sport Related Fitness is
related to physical skills
b. Health Related Fitness is to do with the strength of your muscles and the movement of your body